Course pages for previous academic year 2012 - 2013


AFAM

AFAM 422 : Human Rights and Democracy in African Diaspora Communities (fall 2012)
AFAM 560 - 001: The Harlem Renaissance (fall 2012)

AMST

AMST 253 : Mamas and Matriarchs: A Social History of Jewish Women in America (fall 2012)
AMST 337 : Beyond Red Power: American Indian Activism Since 1900 (fall 2012)
AMST 375 : Food in American Culture (spring 2013)
AMST 466 : You Are Where You Live: The American House in Critical Perspective (fall 2012)
AMST 486 : “Shalom Y’all”: The Jewish Experience in the American South (fall 2012)
AMST 488 : Material Culture of the American South (spring 2013)

ANTH

ANTH 297 : Directions in Anthropology (fall 2012)
ANTH 567 : Urban Anthropology (fall 2012)

ARAB

ARAB 150 : Introduction to Arab Cultures (summer1 2013)

ART

ART 054H : Art, War, and Revolution (spring 2013)
ART 061 : Intro to African American Art (spring 2013)
ART 103 - 002: Core Concepts: Space (Bauguss) (spring 2013)
ART 103 - 003: Introduction to Sculpture (fall 2012)
ART 151 : History of Western Art I (fall 2012)
ART 152 : History of Western Art II (spring 2013)
ART 154 : Intro to Islamic Art (spring 2013)
ART 155 : African Art Survey (spring 2013)
ART 157 : Intro to Latin American Art and Visual Culture (fall 2012)
ART 161 : Intro to American Art (spring 2013)
ART 255 : African Art and Culture (fall 2012)
ART 262 : Classical Greek Art (spring 2013)
ART 265 : Medieval Iconography (spring 2013)
ART 265 : Medieval Iconography (spring 2013)
ART 270 : ART 270: Early Renaissance Art in Italy (fall 2012)
ART 271 : High Renaissance Art in Italy (spring 2013)
ART 273 : Arts in Mughal India (spring 2013)
ART 277 : Viceregal Latin America (spring 2013)
ART 284 : Modernism II (fall 2012)
ART 289 : Art in the US, 1890-1945 (spring 2013)
ART 383 : Modern Architecture (fall 2012)
ART 393 : American Art and the Civil War (fall 2012)
ART 393 : Art and the First World War (spring 2013)
ART 458 : Islamic Palaces and Gardens (spring 2013)
ART 467 : Celtic Art and Cultures (spring 2013)
ART 468 : Art in Modern & Contemporary China (spring 2013)
ART 488 : Contemporary African Art (fall 2012)
ART 554 : Imagining Otherness in the Visual Culture of the Americas (fall 2012)
ART 562 : Islamic Urbanism (fall 2012)
ART 77 - 001: FYS: Seeing the Past (fall 2012)
ART 954 : Seminar in Chinese Art (spring 2013)
ART 980 : Seminar in Modern Art (fall 2012)
ART 987 : African American Art (spring 2013)

ASIA

ASIA 056H - 001: Writing Women in Modern China (spring 2013)
ASIA 062 : Women and Spirituality in Turkey (fall 2012)
ASIA 062 : Women and Spirituality in Turkey (spring 2013)
ASIA 435 : The Cinemas of the Middle East and North Africa (spring 2013)
ASIA 452 : Muslim Women and Veiling: Transnational Perspectives (spring 2013)
ASIA 89H : Arab World Photography (spring 2013)

BIOL

BIOL 062 : Mountains Beyond Mountains (fall 2012)
BIOL 101H : Principles of Biology (spring 2013)

CHEM

CHEM 241 : Analytical Methods (fall 2012)
CHEM 241 : Analytical Methods (spring 2013)
CHEM 245L : Honors Laboratory in Separations and Analytical Characterization of Organic and Biological Compounds (spring 2013)
CHEM 550L : Synthetic Chemistry Laboratory I (fall 2012)

CLAS

CLAS 258 - 001: The Age of the Early Roman Empire in Fact and Fiction (fall 2012)

CMPL

CMPL 255 : The Feast in Philosophy, Film, and Fiction (spring 2013)
CMPL 260 - 001: Landscape: Reimagining the Natural World (fall 2012)
CMPL 379H - 001: Cowboys, Samurai, Rebels (Prof. Inger Brodey ) (spring 2013)
CMPL 685 : Race, Ethnicity, Gender and the (Trans)National in Spanish American and Latina Narratives (fall 2012)
CMPL 700 - 001: Introduction to Graduate Study in English and Comparative Literature (fall 2012)

COMM

COMM 082 : First-Year Seminar: Globalizing Organizations (spring 2013)

COMP

COMP 380 - 002: Computers and Society (fall 2012)

DRAM

DRAM 085H - 001: Documentary Theatre: Contemporary Theatre History and Practical Experience (fall 2012)
DRAM 089 - 001: Ecology and Performance (fall 2012)
DRAM 120 - 004: Play Analysis (spring 2013)
DRAM 282 - 001: Theatre History and Dramatic Literature II, (spring 2013)
DRAM 284 - 002: African American Women in Theatre (spring 2013)
DRAM 286 - 001: Modern Irish Drama (fall 2012)
DRAM 288 - 001: Drama 288-001: Theatre for Social Change: Latina/o Performance Traditions (Prof. Ashley Lucas) (fall 2012)
DRAM 289 - 001: Contemporary Irish Drama (spring 2013)
DRAM 290 - 003: Carnivals and Festivals of the African Diaspora (spring 2013)

ECON

ECON 325 : ECON 325/PLCY 327 Entrepreneurship (fall 2012)

ENGL

ENGL 089 - 001: First Year Seminar: The Future (fall 2012)
ENGL 089H : Reading and Writing Women's Lives (fall 2012)
ENGL 105 - 027: Writing in the Humanities - Art (Witzke) (fall 2012)
ENGL 105 - 027: Writing in the Humanities - Art (Witzke) (spring 2013)
ENGL 105 - 054: Writing in the Humanities - Art (Prof. Jennifer Park) (fall 2012)
ENGL 105 - 071: Writing in the Humanities (Brewer) (spring 2013)
ENGL 105 - 079: English 105 (Lodeesen and Rivera) (fall 2012)
ENGL 105 - 082: English 105 (Lodeesen and Rivera) (fall 2012)
ENGL 105 - 087: English 105 (Greene) (fall 2012)
ENGL 105 - 087: Writing in the Humanities (Thananopavarn) (spring 2013)
ENGL 105 - 100: Writing in the Humanities - Art (Geiser) (fall 2012)
ENGL 122 - 001: Introduction to American Literature (spring 2013)
ENGL 122 - 003: Introduction to American Literature (spring 2013)
ENGL 123 - 001: Introduction to Fiction (fall 2012)
ENGL 127 - 002: Writing About Literature (fall 2012)
ENGL 128 - 002: Major American Authors: The Way We Work (spring 2013)
ENGL 265 - 001: Literature and Race, Literature and Ethnicity (spring 2013)
ENGL 366 - 001: Literature and the Other Arts: Words and Pictures: Depictions of and by Children (summer1 2013)
ENGL 445 - 001: American Literature, 1900 - 2000 (spring 2013)
ENGL 786 - 001: Introduction to Graduate Study in English and Comparative Literature (fall 2012)

FOLK

FOLK 560 : Southern Literature and the Oral Tradition (spring 2013)

FREN

FREN 260 - 001: Comment connaître sa place ?: la classe et la littérature (fall 2012)
FREN 260 - 002: L'argent (ne) fait (pas) le bonheur? (fall 2012)
FREN 330 : Dictionnaires de la language française (spring 2013)
FREN 371 : FREN 371: Survey of French Literature II (spring 2013)
FREN 372 : Francophone Literature & Cinema (fall 2012)
FREN 375 : Francophone Literature (fall 2012)
FREN 376 : FREN 376 Identity and Nationhood in Québécois Literature (spring 2013)
FREN 616 : FREN 616 Cultural Representations of Franco-Arab Identities (spring 2013)

GEOG

GEOG 059 : Space, Identity, and Power in the Middle East (spring 2013)
GEOG 232 - 001: GEOG 232: Agriculture, Food, Society (spring 2013)
GEOG 370 : Introduction to Geographic Information (fall 2012)
GEOG 392 : Research Methods in Geography (fall 2012)
GEOG 420 : GEOG 420: Global Geographies of Change (spring 2013)
GEOG 453 : Political Geography (fall 2012)
GEOG 460 : Geography of Economic Change (fall 2012)
GEOG 491 : Introduction to GIS (fall 2012)
GEOG 591 : Applied Issues in Geographic Information Systems (fall 2012)
GEOG 593 : GIS Programming (fall 2012)
GEOG 89 : Vietnam (first year seminar) (fall 2012)

GEOL

GEOL 072H : Field Geology of Eastern California (fall 2012)
GEOL 076 : Energy Resources for a Hungry Planet (fall 2012)
GEOL 079 : Coasts in Crisis (fall 2012)
GEOL 103 : Marine Environment (spring 2013)
GEOL 110 : Earth and Climate for Science Majors (spring 2013)
GEOL 110 : Earth and Climate for Science Majors (fall 2012)
GEOL 202 : Earth System History (spring 2013)
GEOL 432 : Paleoclimatology (fall 2012)

GLBL

GLBL 210 : Global Issues (spring 2013)
GLBL 691 : Honors in Global Studies (spring 2013)

HIST

HIST 128 - 003: American History Since 1865 (spring 2013)
HIST 176H : The Incas and After (spring 2013)
HIST 262 : History of the Holocaust: The Destruction of the European Jews (fall 2012)
HIST 263H - 001: War and Gender in Movies: European Warfare in Twentieth Century Feature Films (spring 2013)
HIST 292 - 001: Britain in World Affairs Since 1945 (fall 2012)
HIST 391 - 001: Living on the Edge: Love, Work, and Death through Jewish Eyes (spring 2013)
HIST 393 : The Life and Times of Che Guevara (spring 2013)
HIST 394 - 006: The Global 1970s (spring 2013)
HIST 395 - 008: Americans at War and Play: The Recreation Homefront in World War II (spring 2013)
HIST 395 - 010: Bodies on Display: Perspectives on the Body in American Culture (fall 2012)
HIST 395 - 011: American Labor History (spring 2013)
HIST 434 : HIST 434 Medieval England (summer1 2013)
HIST 490 : HIST 490 Nazi Society: Spectacle and Terror (spring 2013)
HIST 571 : Southern Music (fall 2012)
HIST 900 - 001: Crafting an Historical Project (spring 2013)

INLS

INLS 200 - 001: Retrieving and Analyzing Information (fall 2012)

JOMC

JOMC 089 - 002: Thinking the "Unsinkable": The Titanic & Mass Communication History (fall 2012)
JOMC 141 : Professional Problems and Ethics (fall 2012)
JOMC 141 - 003: Professional Problems and Ethics (fall 2012)
JOMC 182 : Introduction to Graphic Design (fall 2012)
JOMC 182 : Introduction to Graphic Design (spring 2013)
JOMC 279 - 002: Advertising and Public Relations Research (spring 2013)
JOMC 342 : The Black Press and United States History (spring 2013)
JOMC 424 : Electronic Media Management and Policy (fall 2012)
JOMC 424 : Electronic Media Management and Policy (spring 2013)
JOMC 428 : History of Broadcasting (spring 2013)
JOMC 431 : Case Studies in Public Relations (fall 2012)
JOMC 431 : Case Studies in Public Relations (spring 2013)
JOMC 431 : Case Studies in Public Relations (summer1 2013)
JOMC 434 : Public Relations Campaigns (fall 2012)
JOMC 434 : Public Relations Campaigns (spring 2013)
JOMC 440 : The Law of Cyberspace (spring 2013)
JOMC 441 : Diversity and Communication (spring 2013)
JOMC 441 : Diversity and Communication (summer1 2013)
JOMC 443 : Latino Media Studies (fall 2012)
JOMC 446 : International Communications, (spring 2013)
JOMC 456 : Magazine Writing & Editing (fall 2012)
JOMC 456 : Magazine Writing & Editing (spring 2013)
JOMC 480 : Advanced Photojournalism (spring 2013)
JOMC 484 : Infographics (spring 2013)
JOMC 551 : Digital Media Economics and Behavior (spring 2013)
JOMC 551 - 001: Digital Media Economics and Behavior (fall 2012)
JOMC 552 : Leadership in a Time of Change (fall 2012)
JOMC 552 : Leadership in a Time of Change (spring 2013)
JOMC 560 : Medical Journalism (fall 2012)
JOMC 584 : Documentary Multimedia Storytelling (spring 2013)
JOMC 691 - 001: Undergraduate Honors (fall 2012)
JOMC 701 : Mass Communication Research Methods (fall 2012)
JOMC 716 - 001: Research Methods and Applications (fall 2012)
JOMC 718 : Mass Communication Law (spring 2013)
JOMC 719 : Leadership in Digital Media Economics (spring 2013)
JOMC 740 : Mass Communication Law (fall 2012)
JOMC 742 : Readings in Mass Communication History (spring 2013)

LTAM

LTAM 101 : Latin American Studies 101: Cultures, Societies, and Histories of Latin America (fall 2012)
LTAM 697 : Migration, Community, and Human Rights: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives (fall 2012)

MASC

MASC 101 : Marine Environment (fall 2012)

MATH

MATH 190 - 002: "Going with the Flow":the Mathematics of Fluid Dynamics (fall 2012)

MUSC

MUSC 141 : Survey of Western Music (spring 2013)
MUSC 145 : Introduction to Jazz (spring 2013)
MUSC 146 : Research/Performance Report Assignment (spring 2013)
MUSC 166 : Using Finale in the Music Library (summer2 2013)
MUSC 265 : Using Finale in the Music Library (spring 2013)
MUSC 266 : Using Finale in the Music Library (spring 2013)

PLAN

PLAN 704 : Theory of Planning I (fall 2012)
PLAN 714 : Urban Spatial Structure (fall 2012)

PLCY

PLCY 050 : Environment and Work in the Global Economy (fall 2012)
PLCY 080 : First-Year Seminar: Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Economic Growth (spring 2013)
PLCY 101 : Making (American) Public Policy (spring 2013)
PLCY 110 : Global Policy Issues (fall 2012)
PLCY 210 : Policy Innovation and Analysis (spring 2013)
PLCY 210 : Policy Innovation and Analysis (fall 2012)
PLCY 210 : Policy Innovation and Analysis (summer1 2013)
PLCY 327 : ECON 325/PLCY 327 Entrepreneurship (fall 2012)

POLI

POLI 072 : Entrepreneurship in Economic and Community Development (fall 2012)
POLI 442 - 001: POLI 442.001 International Political Economy (spring 2013)

PSYC

PSYC 058 : The Psychology of Mental States and Language Use (fall 2012)
PSYC 062 : Positive Psychology: The Science of Optimal Human Functioning (fall 2012)
PSYC 063H : Persuasion, Passion, and Participation: The Psychology of Politics (fall 2012)
PSYC 101 : General Psychology (spring 2013)

PWAD

PWAD 101 : Making (American) Public Policy (spring 2013)
PWAD 670 : Challenges to Peace-Making in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (spring 2013)
PWAD 690 : Nuclear Threats in the 20th Century (fall 2012)

RELI

RELI 000 : Resources for the Study of Islam (summer2 2013)
RELI 525 - 001: Seminar in Religion and Literature: The Bible and Its Translation (spring 2013)
RELI 73 - 001: Animals in Japanese Myth, Folklore, and Religion (fall 2012)
RELI 73 - 001: From Dragons to Pokemon: Animals in Japanese Myth, Folklore, and Religion (spring 2013)

ROML

ROML 057 - 001: Nature in Latin American Literature: Ecology, Gender, Race, and Other Issues (fall 2012)
ROML 057 - 001: Nature in Latin American Literature: Ecology, Gender, Race, and Other Issues (fall 2012)
ROML 500 : Research Methods in European Studies (fall 2012)
ROML 505 : ROML 505 Francophone African Cinema (spring 2013)
ROML 57 : Nature in Latin American Literature: Ecology, Gender, Race, and Other Issues (fall 2012)
ROML 700 - 001: Theories and Techniques of Teaching Foreign Languages (fall 2012)

SOCI

SOCI 415 - 001: Economy and Society (fall 2012)
SOCI 469 - 001: Medical Sociology (spring 2013)

SOWO

SOWO 910 : Research Methods for Social Intervention (fall 2012)

SPAN

SPAN 335 : U.S. Hispanic Community (spring 2013)
SPAN 345 - 001: Contemporary Latin America: The Caribbean and the Southern Cone (spring 2013)
SPAN 373 - 002: Panorama de la literatura hispanoamericana (spring 2013)
SPAN 620 : Women in Hispanic Literature (spring 2013)
SPAN 835 : Race, Ethnicity, Gender and the (Trans)National in Spanish American and Latina Narratives (fall 2012)

WMST

WMST 068 : Assumed Identities: Performance in Photography (spring 2013)
WMST 620 : Women in Hispanic Literature (spring 2013)
WMST 695 : Principles of Feminist Inquiry (fall 2012)