Course pages for previous semester fall 2015


AAAD

AAAD 212 : Africa in the Global System (fall 2015)
AAAD 214 : Ethnography of Africa (fall 2015)
AAAD 254 : African Americans in North Carolina (fall 2015)
AAAD 298 : Blacks in Britain and British North America (fall 2015)
AAAD 333 : Race and Public Policy in the United States (fall 2015)
AAAD 395 : Black Cinema History Before Integration (fall 2015)

AMST

AMST 253 : Mamas and Matriarchs: A Social History of Jewish Women in America (fall 2015)
AMST 486 : Shalom Y'All: The Jewish Experience in the American South (fall 2015)
AMST 89 - 002: Mobility, Cars, NASCAR and the South (fall 2015)

ANTH

ANTH 270 : Living Medicine (fall 2015)
ANTH 473 : Body and Subject (fall 2015)
ANTH 490 - 064: Value, Production, and Exchange in East Asia (fall 2015)

APPL

ARTH

ARTH 061 : FYS -- Intro to African-American Art (fall 2015)
ARTH 151 : ARTH 151: History of Western Art I (Douglas) (fall 2015)
ARTH 157 : ARTH 157: Introduction to Latin American Art and Visual Culture (Williams) (fall 2015)
ARTH 297 : ARTH 297: Clothing and Textiles in Africa (Rovine) (fall 2015)
ARTH 485 : Harlem Renaissance (fall 2015)
ARTH 957 : Thinking Photography Through Africa (fall 2015)

ARTS

ARTS 102 : Core Concepts: IMAGE (fall 2015)

ASIA

ASIA 150 : An Introduction (Postcolonial Period) (fall 2015)
ASIA 691H : Asian and American Studies Honors Seminar (fall 2015)

CHEM

CHEM 073 : 073 First-Year Seminar: From Atomic Bombs to Cancer Treatments: The Broad Scope of Nuclear Chemistry (fall 2015)
CHEM 701 : Introduction to Laboratory Safety (fall 2015)
CHEM 732 : Advances in Macromolecular Structure & Function (fall 2015)

COMM

COMM 142 : Popular Music (fall 2015)

COMP

COMP 747 - 001: The Contemporary Spanish American Novel (fall 2015)

DRAM

DRAM 117 - 001: Drama 117 - 001: Perspectives in World Drama (Prof. Kathy Perkins) (fall 2015)

ECON

ECON 325 : Introduction to Entrepreneurship (fall 2015)
ECON 480 : Labor Economics (fall 2015)
ECON 490 : Gender and Economics (fall 2015)
ECON 586 : Economics of the Family (fall 2015)
ECON 691H : Honors Thesis in Economics (fall 2015)

EDUC

EDUC 906 : Education of African Americans (fall 2015)

ENGL

ENGL 105i - 013: English 105i - 013 : Living History and the Wilson Library (Prof. Lindsay Stark) (fall 2015)
ENGL 105i - 018: English 105i - 018f15:Chronicling the People of the Federal Writers' Project (Prof. Michael Gutierrez) (fall 2015)
ENGL 105i - 020: English 105i - 020:Chronicling the People of the Federal Writers' Project (Prof.Michael Gutierrez) (fall 2015)
ENGL 124 - 002: English 124 - 002: Contemporary Literature: Family in the 21st Century (Prof. Laura Broom) (fall 2015)
ENGL 145 - 001: English 145 - 001: Literary Genres (Prof. Laura Broom) (fall 2015)
ENGL 150 - 001: English 150 - 001: Introductory Seminar for Literary Studies (Prof. Susan Irons) (fall 2015)
ENGL 271 - 001: Mixed Race America (fall 2015)
ENGL 283H - 001: English 283H - 001: Life Writing -- London, People and Places (King's College London, Seminar) (Prof. Jane Danielewicz (fall 2015)
ENGL 353H - 001: World War I (London Seminar, King's College), Prof. John McGowan (fall 2015)
ENGL 466 - 001: Art & Social Radicalism (fall 2015)
ENGL 786 - 001: Introduction to Graduate Study in English and Comparative Literature (Prof. Matthew Taylor) (fall 2015)
ENGL 79 - 001: First Year Seminar: Globalization/Global Asians (Prof. Jennifer Ho) (fall 2015)
ENGL 81 - 001: English 81 - 001 : FYS: Jane Eyre and Its Afterlives (Prof. Jeanne Moskal) (fall 2015)
ENGL 88 - 001: First Year Seminar: The Legacy of the Japanese American Internment: From WWII to 9/11, (Prof. Heidi (fall 2015)

FOLK

FOLK 490 : Traditions in Transition: Jewish Folklore and Ethnography (fall 2015)
FOLK 571 : Southern Music (fall 2015)

FREN

FREN 315 - 001: Imposteur!: Faking and False Identities in French and Francophone Drama and Film (fall 2015)
FREN 370 - 001: La Littérature française: Le Moyen Age et la Renaissance (fall 2015)
FREN 372 - 001: Survey of French Literature III (fall 2015)
FREN 377 - 001: Frenchness Since WWII (fall 2015)
FREN 388 - 001: The History of French Cinema I: 1895-1950 (fall 2015)

GEOG

GEOG 064 : Geography of Vietnam (fall 2015)
GEOG 370 : Introduction to Geographic Information (fall 2015)
GEOG 392 : Research Methods in Geography (fall 2015)
GEOG 460 : Geography of Economic Change (fall 2015)

GLBL

GLBL 700 : Introduction to Global Studies (fall 2015)
GLBL 703 - 001: Global Migration and Labor Rights (fall 2015)

HIST

HIST 128 - 001: American History Since 1865 (fall 2015)
HIST 179H - 001: The U.S.-Mexico Borderlands Region (fall 2015)
HIST 398 - 002: Cultural Encounters in Colonial North America (fall 2015)
HIST 398 - 011: HIST 398 Boom Cities: Urban Histories of a Modernizing Age, 1870-1914 (fall 2015)

JOMC

JOMC 101 : The Media Revolution: From Gutenberg to Zuckerberg (fall 2015)
JOMC 141 : Professional Problems and Ethics (fall 2015)
JOMC 153 : News Writing (fall 2015)
JOMC 182 : Introduction to Graphic Design (fall 2015)
JOMC 232 : Public Relations Writing (fall 2015)
JOMC 272 : Advertising Media (fall 2015)
JOMC 279 : Advertising and Public Relations Research (fall 2015)
JOMC 424 : Electronic Media Management and Policy (fall 2015)
JOMC 431 : Case Studies in Public Relations (fall 2015)
JOMC 434 : Public Relations Campaigns (fall 2015)
JOMC 441 : Diversity and Communication (fall 2015)
JOMC 446 : International Communications (fall 2015)
JOMC 456 : Magazine Writing & Editing (fall 2015)
JOMC 458 : Southern Politics: Critical Thinking and Writing (fall 2015)
JOMC 470 : Digital Advertising and Marketing (fall 2015)
JOMC 484 : Infographics (fall 2015)
JOMC 551 : Digital Media Economics (fall 2015)
JOMC 552 : Leadership in a Time of Change (fall 2015)
JOMC 560 : Science & Medical Journalism (fall 2015)
JOMC 691 : Undergraduate Honors (fall 2015)
JOMC 701 : Research Methods (fall 2015)
JOMC 716 : Research Methods (and Beyond!) (fall 2015)
JOMC 718 : Media Law for the Digital Age (fall 2015)
JOMC 740 : Mass Communication Law - Section 1 (fall 2015)
JOMC 740 : Mass Communication Law - Section 2 (fall 2015)
JOMC 753 : Reporting (fall 2015)
JOMC 826 : IHC Colloquium: Assessing Social Media Campaigns (fall 2015)

LTAM

LTAM 697 : Migration, Community and Human Rights: Historical and Contemporary Persepctives (fall 2015)

MUSC

MUSC 089 : From Medieval Manuscript to iPod: Music & Material Culture (fall 2015)
MUSC 120 : Foundations in Music: Thinking Musically (fall 2015)
MUSC 145 : Introduction to Jazz (fall 2015)
MUSC 148 : Introduction to Back Music (fall 2015)
MUSC 254 : Music History Before 1750 (fall 2015)
MUSC 355 : Magnetic Tape: Music, History, and Cultural Practice (fall 2015)

PLAN

PLAN 057 : What Is a Good City? (fall 2015)
PLAN 247 : Solving Urban Problems (fall 2015)
PLAN 547 : Energy, Transportation, and Land Use (fall 2015)
PLAN 591 : Applied Issues in Geographic Information Systems (fall 2015)
PLAN 714 : Urban Spatial Structure (fall 2015)
PLAN 763 : Urban Neighborhood Revitalization (fall 2015)

PLCY

PLCY 101 - 001: Making Public Policy (fall 2015)
PLCY 210H - 001: Policy Innovation and Analysis (fall 2015)
PLCY 220 - 001: The Politics of Public Policy (fall 2015)
PLCY 220H - 001: The Politics of Public Policy (fall 2015)
PLCY 490 : U.S.-Israel Relations (fall 2015)
PLCY 698 : Public Policy Capstone (fall 2015)

POLI

POLI 433 - 001: Immigrant Integration in Contemporary Western Europe (fall 2015)

PSYC

PSYC 602 : Evolutionary Psychology (fall 2015)

PWAD

PWAD 690 : U.S.-Israel Relations (fall 2015)

RELI

RELI 073 : Animals in Japanese Myth, Folklore, and Religion (fall 2015)
RELI 420 - 001: Post-Holocaust Ethics and Theology (fall 2015)
RELI 542 - 001: Religion and the Counterculture (fall 2015)
RELI 582 : Islam and Islamic Art in South Asia (fall 2015)
RELI 697 - 001: Theories-of-Religion (fall 2015)
RELI 700 - 001: Theory & Methods in the Study of Religion (fall 2015)

SOCI

SOCI 111 : Human Societies (fall 2015)
SOCI 691H : Honors Thesis in Sociology (fall 2015)
SOCI 860 : Sociology of Organizations (fall 2015)

SPAN

SPAN 345 - 002: Contemporary Latin America: The Caribbean and Southern Cone (fall 2015)
SPAN 414 : Basque Language and Culture (fall 2015)
SPAN 613 : Colonial and 19th-Century Spanish American Literature: La Sutura Romántica (fall 2015)
SPAN 747 - 001: The Contemporary Spanish American Novel (fall 2015)

STAT

WMST

WMST 352 : “Rahtid Rebel Women: Women in the Caribbean” (fall 2015)
WMST 695 - 001: Principles of Feminist Inquiry (fall 2015)