Course pages for previous academic year 2014 - 2015


AAAD

AAAD 298 : AAAD 298 Blacks in Britain and British North America to 1833 (summer1 2015)
AAAD 320 : Music in Africa (fall 2014)

AMST

AMST 089 : Native American Artists (Tone-Pah-Hote) (fall 2014)
AMST 253 : Mamas and Matriarchs: A Social History of Jewish Women in America (fall 2014)
AMST 337 : American Indian Activism since 1887: Beyond Red Power (fall 2014)
AMST 339 : The Long 1960s in Native America (spring 2015)
AMST 375 : Food in American Culture (spring 2015)
AMST 390 - 002: Dance in America (fall 2014)
AMST 486 : Shalom Y'All: The Jewish Experience in the American South (fall 2014)
AMST 488 : Material Culture of the American South (spring 2015)

ANTH

ANTH 142 : Local Cultures, Global Forces (spring 2015)
ANTH 277 : Gender and Culture (spring 2015)
ANTH 490 - .47: Human-Animal Relations in the Contemporary World (fall 2014)
ANTH 567 : Urban Anthropology (fall 2014)
ANTH 63 : The Lives of Others: Exploring Ethnography (spring 2015)
ANTH 66H : Saving the World? Humanitarianism in Action (fall 2014)

ARAB

ARAB 150 : Introduction to Arab Culture (spring 2015)

ARTH

ARTH 056H : FYS East Asian Art at the Ackland Art Museum (Lin) (fall 2014)
ARTH 061 : Introduction to African American Art (Bowles) (fall 2014)
ARTH 077 : Seeing the Past (Sheriff) (fall 2014)
ARTH 089 - 001: Islamic Art & Science (Anderson) (spring 2015)
ARTH 152 : History of Western Art II (Essif) (spring 2015)
ARTH 155 : African Art Survey (Rovine) (fall 2014)
ARTH 157 : Introduction to Latin American Art & Visual Culture (Williams) (fall 2014)
ARTH 158 : Introduction to East Asian Art (Lin) (fall 2014)
ARTH 255 : African Art and Culture (Rovine) (spring 2015)
ARTH 273 : Mughal Art & Architecture (spring 2015)
ARTH 282 : Modernism I: Realism, Impresssionism, Post-Impressionism (Sherman) (fall 2014)
ARTH 383 : Modern Architecture (Bauer) (fall 2014)
ARTH 483 : 19th Century French Art Politics (Sherman) (spring 2015)

ARTS

ARTS 102 : Core Concepts: IMAGE (fall 2014)
ARTS 202 : Painting I (Tierney) (spring 2015)
ARTS 302 : Intermediate Painting (Lien Truong) (fall 2014)
ARTS 356 : Introduction to Digital Photography (Cox) (fall 2014)
ARTS 700 : Archive Fever (Valentine) (fall 2014)

ASIA

ASIA 150 : An Introduction (Postcolonial Period) (fall 2014)

ASTR

BIOL

BIOL 101L : Introductory Biology Laboratory (spring 2015)
BIOL 201 : Ecology and Evolution (spring 2015)
BIOL 202 : Molecular Biology and Genetics (spring 2015)
BIOL 205 : Cellular and Developmental Biology (spring 2015)
BIOL 445 : Cancer Biology (spring 2015)

CHEM

CHEM 241 : Analytical Methods (fall 2014)
CHEM 241H : Chem 241H - Modern Analytical Methods for Separation and Characterization – Honors Section (fall 2014)
CHEM 245L : Honors Laboratory in Separations and Analytical Characterization of Organic and Biological Compounds (spring 2015)
CHEM 550L : Synthetic Laboratory I (fall 2014)
CHEM 791 : Introduction to Laboratory Safety (fall 2014)

CHIN

CHIN 346 : History as Fiction or Fiction as History? Early Chinese History in Film and Literature (spring 2015)

CMPL

CMPL 134H - 001: CMPL 134H - 001: Great Books II: Work, Travel, and Identity in World Literature: (Prof. Inger Brodey) (fall 2014)
CMPL 250h - 001: CMPL 250H - 001: Approaches to Comparative Literature: (Prof. Inger Brodey) (fall 2014)
CMPL 260 - 001: Comp. Lit. 260 - 001: Landscape: Reimagining the Natural World, (Prof. Janice Koelb (fall 2014)
CMPL 460 - 001: Romantic Imagination & the Modern World (Prof. Jan Koelb) (spring 2015)
CMPL 500 - 001: Senior Seminar for Comparative Literature Majors, (Prof. Marsha Collins) (spring 2015)

COMP

COMP 380 : Computers and Society (fall 2014)

DRAM

DRAM 286 - 001: Drama 286 - 001 Modern Irish Drama (Prof. Karen O'Brien) (fall 2014)
DRAM 287 - 001: Drama 287-001: African American Theatre (Prof. Kathy Perkins) (spring 2015)
DRAM 287 - 01w: Drama 287 - 01w: African American Theatre (Prof. Kathryn Williams) (summer1 2015)
DRAM 287 - 01w: African American Theatre (Prof. Kathryn Williams) Summer 2 2015 (summer2 2015)
DRAM 289 - 001: Contemporary Irish Drama (spring 2015)
DRAM 297 - 001: Drama 297-001: Afican American Women in Theatre (Prof. Kathy Perkins) (spring 2015)
DRAM 85H - 001: FYS, Documentary Theatre, (Prof. Kathy Williams) (spring 2015)

ECON

ECON 325 : Introduction to Entrepreneurship (spring 2015)
ECON 327 : Commercial Venture Creation (spring 2015)

ENEC

ENEC 225 : Water Resource Management and Human Rights (fall 2014)
ENEC 324 : ENEC/GEOL 324 (spring 2015)

ENGL

ENGL 105i - 001: A World War I Theme Course (Prof. Jane Danielewicz) (spring 2015)
ENGL 105i - 018: A World War I Theme Course (Prof. Michael Gutierrez) (spring 2015)
ENGL 105i - 019: A World War I Theme Course (Prof. Milchael Gutierrez) (spring 2015)
ENGL 146 - 002: English 146 - 002: Science Fiction, (Prof. Lena Brown) (spring 2015)
ENGL 206 - 002: English 206 - 002: Intermediate Fiction Writing Workshop (Prof. Randll Kenan) (fall 2014)
ENGL 225 - 003: Shakespeare (Prof. Melissa Geil) (spring 2015)
ENGL 266 - 001: Science & Literature (fall 2014)
ENGL 344H - 001: English 344H-001: American Literature, 1860-1900 (Prof. Eliza Richards) (fall 2014)
ENGL 376 - 001: Depictions of Childhood in Literature and the Visual Arts (spring 2015)
ENGL 376 - 01M: English 376 - 01M: Depictions of Childhood in Literature and the Visual Arts, Maymester 2015 (Prof. Laurie Langbauer) (summer1 2015)
ENGL 54 - 001: English 54 - 001, FYS: The War to End All Wars? The First World War and the Modern World (Prof. John McGowan) (fall 2014)
ENGL 54FYS - 002: English 54 - 002, FYS: The War to End All Wars? The First World War and the Modern World (Prof. Heidi Kim) (fall 2014)
ENGL 55H - 001: Reading and Writing Women's Lives (fall 2014)
ENGL 57 - 001: English 57 - 001: First Year Seminar: The Future (Prof. Matthew Taylor) (fall 2014)
ENGL 786 - 001: English 786: Introduction to Graduate Study in English and Comparative Literature (Prof. Matthew Taylor) (fall 2014)
ENGL 805 - 001: English 805 - 001: Science as Literature: Reading Gender, Bodies, and Health (Prof. Jordynn Jack) (fall 2014)

ENST

FOLK

FOLK 560 : Southern Literature and the Oral Tradition (spring 2015)
FOLK 571 : Southern Music (fall 2014)

FREN

FREN 330 : French Civilization (fall 2014)
FREN 370 : La Littérature française 1 : Le Moyen Age et la Renaissance (fall 2014)
FREN 371 : Survey of French Literature II (spring 2015)
FREN 372 - 001: Survey of French Literature III (Prof. Dominique Fisher) (fall 2014)
FREN 378 : France with(out) Europe? (spring 2015)
FREN 398 : Séminaire : Cinéma et littérature (spring 2015)
FREN 611 : Histoire(s) d'Algérie(s): Régards Croisés (fall 2014)
FREN 687 : Diaspora et transculturalité dans la littérature québécoise (spring 2015)

GEOG

GEOG 121 : Geography 121: People and Places (fall 2014)
GEOG 259 : Geography of Latin America (fall 2014)
GEOG 370 : Introduction to Geographic Information (fall 2014)
GEOG 392 : Research Methods in Geography (fall 2014)
GEOG 445 : Medical Geography (fall 2014)
GEOG 457 : Rural Development in Latin America (spring 2015)
GEOG 460 : Geography of Economic Change (fall 2014)
GEOG 491 : Introduction to GIS (fall 2014)
GEOG 64 : Geography of Vietnam (fall 2014)
GEOG 650 : Technology & Democracy (spring 2015)

GEOL

GEOL 079 : Coasts in Crisis (fall 2014)
GEOL 700 : Geology Research Seminar (fall 2014)

GERM

GERM 861 - 001: Research in Nineteenth-Century German Theater History (spring 2015)

GLBL

GLBL 2015 - 001: European Studies for Community Colleges (spring 2015)
GLBL 2015 - 002: Latin American Studies for Community Colleges (spring 2015)

HIST

HIST 082 - 001: The Search for Modern Jewish Identity (spring 2015)
HIST 140 - 002: The World Since 1945 (spring 2015)
HIST 234 : Native American Tribal Studies - Lumbee History (spring 2015)
HIST 277 : Conflict over Israel/Palestine (summer1 2015)
HIST 398 - 002: Florence: Cradle of the Renaissance (fall 2014)
HIST 398 - 002: Anti-Semitism: History, Causes, and Consequences (spring 2015)
HIST 398 - 004: Bodies on Display: Perspectives on the Body in American Culture (fall 2014)
HIST 398 - 005: Leisure Time and the Making of Modern America (fall 2014)
HIST 398 - 008: The League of Nations and the Middle East (spring 2015)
HIST 398 - 015: American Labor History (fall 2014)
HIST 581 - 001: American Constitutional History to 1877 (fall 2014)
HIST 691H - 001: Honors in History (fall 2014)
HIST 700 - 001: Thinking Historically (fall 2014)
HIST 72H - 001: Women's Voices: 20th Century European History in Female Memory (fall 2014)

INLS

INLS 585 - 001: Management for Information Professionals (fall 2014)

JOMC

JOMC 101 : The Media Revolution: From Gutenberg to Zuckerberg (fall 2014)
JOMC 141 : Professional Problems and Ethics (fall 2014)
JOMC 153 : News Writing (spring 2015)
JOMC 182 : Introduction to Graphic Design (fall 2014)
JOMC 182 : Introduction to Graphic Design (spring 2015)
JOMC 232 : Public Relations Writing (spring 2015)
JOMC 253 : Reporting (spring 2015)
JOMC 272 : Advertising Media (spring 2015)
JOMC 279 : Advertising and Public Relations Research (fall 2014)
JOMC 279 : Advertising and Public Relations Research: Resources for Secondary Data Project (spring 2015)
JOMC 342 : Black Press and U.S. History (spring 2015)
JOMC 424 : Electronic Media Management and Policy (spring 2015)
JOMC 425 : Voice and Diction (spring 2015)
JOMC 428 : History of Broadcasting (spring 2015)
JOMC 431 : Case Studies in Public Relations (fall 2014)
JOMC 431 : Case Studies in Public Relations (spring 2015)
JOMC 434 : Public Relations Campaigns (fall 2014)
JOMC 434 : Public Relations Campaigns (spring 2015)
JOMC 440 : The Law of Cyberspace (spring 2015)
JOMC 441 : Diversity and Communication (fall 2014)
JOMC 441 : Diversity and Communication (spring 2015)
JOMC 446 : International Communications (spring 2015)
JOMC 456 : Magazine Writing & Editing (fall 2014)
JOMC 456 : Magazine Writing & Editing (spring 2015)
JOMC 458 : Southern Politics: Critical Thinking and Writing (spring 2015)
JOMC 484 : Infographics (spring 2015)
JOMC 490 : American Journalistic Mind (fall 2014)
JOMC 490 - 001: American Journalistic Mind (fall 2014)
JOMC 490 - 004: Oral Histories of North Carolina Journalists (spring 2015)
JOMC 491 - 003: Digital Advertising and Marketing (spring 2015)
JOMC 551 : Digital Media Economics & Behavior (fall 2014)
JOMC 551 : Digital Media Economics (spring 2015)
JOMC 552 : Leadership in a Time of Change (fall 2014)
JOMC 552 : Leadership in a Time of Change (spring 2015)
JOMC 560 : Science & Medical Journalism (fall 2014)
JOMC 691 : Undergraduate Honors (fall 2014)
JOMC 701 : Research Methods (MATC) (fall 2014)
JOMC 716 : Research Methods and Applications (fall 2014)
JOMC 718 : Media Law for the Digital Age (spring 2015)
JOMC 740 : Mass Communication Law (fall 2014)
JOMC 740 : Mass Communication Law (spring 2015)
JOMC 826 : IHC Colloquium: Assessing Social Media Campaigns (spring 2015)
JOMC 89 - 002: Science and Media in Public Life (fall 2014)

KOR

KOR 151 : Education and Social Changes in Contemporary Korea (spring 2015)

MASC

MATH

MATH 53 - 001: Math 53 - Symmetry & Tiling (fall 2014)

MUSC

MUSC 089 : From Medieval Manuscript to iPod: Music as Material Culture (fall 2014)
MUSC 146 : Introduction to World Music (fall 2014)
MUSC 148 : Introduction to Black Music (fall 2014)
MUSC 163 : Jazz Improvisation I (fall 2014)
MUSC 205 - 004: Low Brass Studio (fall 2014)
MUSC 227 : Beginning Strings/Orchestra and Band Techniques (spring 2015)
MUSC 227 : Beginning Voice/Class Voice Techniques (spring 2015)
MUSC 255 : Music History Since 1750 (spring 2015)
MUSC 266 : Advanced Composition: Using Finale in the Music Library (fall 2014)
MUSC 286 - 002: Music as Culture: The American Musical, 1927-52 (fall 2014)
MUSC 286 - 003: Music As Culture: Music & Globalization in the Middle East (fall 2014)
MUSC 355 : Advanced Seminar in Music: Beethoven (fall 2014)
MUSC 355 : Reading Poetry Through Music: Studies in Western Art Song (spring 2015)
MUSC 390H : Writing & Singing About Love in the Middle Ages & Renaissance (fall 2014)
MUSC 390H - 001: Music in America During World War II (spring 2015)
MUSC 390H - 2: Hearing the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (spring 2015)
MUSC 62H : Vienna, City of Dreams (spring 2015)

NUTR

NUTR 780 : Public Health Entrepreneurship (spring 2015)

OPER

PHYS

PLAN

PLAN 052 : Race, Sex and Place in America (fall 2014)
PLAN 055 : Sustainable Cities (fall 2014)
PLAN 057 : What Is a Good City? (spring 2015)
PLAN 246 : Cities of the Future- Introduction to Urban Planning (spring 2015)
PLAN 547 : Energy, Transportation, and Land Use (fall 2014)
PLAN 704 : Planning Theory (spring 2015)
PLAN 714 : Urban Spatial Structure (fall 2014)
PLAN 763 : Urban Neighborhood Revitalization (fall 2014)

PLCY

PLCY 061H : Policy Entrepreneurship and Public/Private Partnerships (spring 2015)
PLCY 210 : Policy Innovation and Analysis (summer1 2015)
PLCY 210 - 001: Policy Innovation and Analysis (spring 2015)
PLCY 430 : Analysis of U.S. National Security Policy (spring 2015)
PLCY 681 - 001: Research Design for Public Policy (spring 2015)

POLI

POLI 054 - 001: The American Worker (spring 2015)
POLI 089 - 002: Ideological Roots of Contemporary Political Commentary (spring 2015)
POLI 190 : Politics, Globalization and World War 1 (fall 2014)
POLI 235 : Politics of the Former USSR and its Successor States (fall 2014)
POLI 238 : Contemporary Latin American Politics (spring 2015)
POLI 691H : Honors Seminar in Research Design (spring 2015)

PSYC

PSYC 058H : The Psychology of Mental States and Language Use (spring 2015)

RELI

RELI 165 - 001: Mysticism (spring 2015)
RELI 444 - 001: Gender and Sexuality in Contemporary Judaism (spring 2015)
RELI 697 - 001: Theories of Religion (fall 2014)
RELI 73H : From Dragons to Pokemon: Animals in Japanese Myth, Folklore, and Religion (fall 2014)

ROML

ROML 062 : What happened to Latin? (fall 2014)

SOCI

SOCI 111 : Human Societies (spring 2015)
SOCI 422 : Sociology of Health and Mental Illness (spring 2015)

SOWO

SOWO 510 : Evidence-Based Practice (spring 2015)

SPAN

SPAN 260 - 007: Introduction to Spanish and Spanish American Literature (spring 2015)
SPAN 265 - 001: Spanish for the Professions (spring 2015)
SPAN 345 - 002: Contemporary Latin America: The Caribbean and Southern Cone (spring 2015)
SPAN 372 - 001: Survey of Spanish Literature Since 1700 (spring 2015)
SPAN 375 : Spanish of the United States (fall 2014)
SPAN 682 : Spanish Sociolinguistics (spring 2015)
SPAN 835 : The Roles of the Author and Reader in Contemporary Spanish American Literature: Comparative, Theoretical, Ethnic, Digital and Ge (fall 2014)

STAT

WMST

WMST 695 : WMST 695: Principles of Feminist Inquiry (spring 2015)