Sep 21, 2019  
Course Catalog 2008-2009 
    
Course Catalog 2008-2009 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Oberlin College Courses


 
   •  JAPN 101 - Elementary Japanese I
   •  JAPN 102 - Elementary Japanese II
   •  JAPN 201 - Intermediate Japanese I
   •  JAPN 202 - Intermediate Japanese II
   •  JAPN 301 - Japanese Reading and Conversation I
   •  JAPN 302 - Japanese Reading and Conversation II
   •  JAPN 401 - Advanced Japanese I
   •  JAPN 402 - Advanced Japanese II
   •  JAPN 451 - Readings in Japanese Sources
   •  JAPN 500 - Capstone Project
   •  JAPN 995 - Private Reading
   •  JAZZ 100 - Jazz Aural Skills
   •  JAZZ 110 - Jazz Keyboard
   •  JAZZ 120 - Jazz Theory
   •  JAZZ 121 - Jazz Theory
   •  JAZZ 130 - Basic Arranging/Composition Techniques
   •  JAZZ 131 - Basic Arranging/Composition Techniques
   •  JAZZ 150 - Jazz Improvisation I
   •  JAZZ 151 - Jazz Improvisation II
   •  JAZZ 250 - Advanced Jazz Improvisation III
   •  JAZZ 251 - Advanced Jazz Improvisation IV
   •  JAZZ 290 - Introduction to African American Music
   •  JAZZ 291 - Introduction to African American Music
   •  JAZZ 380 - Special Topic: The Jazz Avant Garde
   •  JAZZ 700 - Jazz Ensemble—Large Group
   •  JAZZ 803 - Jazz Ensemble—Small Group
   •  JWST 101 - Modern Hebrew I
   •  JWST 102 - Modern Hebrew II
   •  JWST 131 - Jewish History from Biblical Antiquity to 1492
   •  JWST 132 - Jewish History from the Spanish Expulsion to the Present
   •  JWST 150 - Introduction to Judaism
   •  JWST 151 - Modern Jewish Thought
   •  JWST 152 - Medieval Jewish Thought: Law, Mysticism, and Philosophy
   •  JWST 197 - The Islamic Remaking of Judaism: 622-1258
   •  JWST 202 - The Nature of Suffering: The Book of Job and its History of Interpretation
   •  JWST 205 - Hebrew Bible in its Near Eastern Context
   •  JWST 208 - New Testament and Christian Origins
   •  JWST 234 - Good and Evil: Ethics and Decision Making in the Holocaust
   •  JWST 235 - Inside the Pale: East European Jewry: 1772-1939
   •  JWST 237 - Women & Gender in Jewish Society, Antiquity to Modernity
   •  JWST 258 - Introduction to the Talmud: Argument and Interpretation
   •  JWST 303 - Anthropological Approaches to the Study of the Bible: Kinship and the Family in Ancient Israel
   •  JWST 307 - Seminar: Jewish Memoirs & Memory: Writing the Self in Jewish Society
   •  JWST 309 - Seminar: Modern Jewish Identity
   •  JWST 321 - Unspeakable–Representing the Holocaust
   •  JWST 353 - Moses Maimonides: Philosophy and Law
   •  JWST 500 - Honors
   •  JWST 995 - Private Reading
   •  LANG 100 - English Diction
   •  LANG 101 - Italian Diction
   •  LANG 200 - German Diction
   •  LANG 201 - French Diction
   •  LATN 101 - Elementary Latin
   •  LATN 102 - Introduction to Latin Prose
   •  LATN 201 - Introduction to Latin Literature: Vergil’s Aeneid
   •  LATN 202 - Cicero in Speech and Letters
   •  LATN 307 - The Roman Historians
   •  LATN 308 - Lucan and Seneca
   •  LATN 309 - Petronius and Apuleius: The Latin Novel
   •  LATN 320 - The End of the Aeneid
   •  LATN 501 - Senior Project
   •  LATN 502 - Senior Honors
   •  LATN 995 - Private Reading
   •  LATS 401 - Honors Project
   •  LATS 402 - Honors Project
   •  LATS 995 - Private Reading
   •  LOND 903 - Introduction to Shakespeare
   •  LOND 904 - Principles of Ethno-National Conflicts & Their Management
   •  LOND 905 - British Theater in Performance
   •  LOND 906 - Modern Literature in Place: Modern Irish Literature
   •  LOND 907 - A History of London
   •  LOND 908 - The London Stage
   •  LOND 909 - Museums in Contemporary Society
   •  LOND 910 - London Internship Seminar
   •  LOND 911 - London Program Internship
   •  LOND 912 - Semiotic City: Reading the Signs, Learning London
   •  LOND 913 - Urban Ethnographic Research
   •  LOND 930 - Globalization: The View from London
   •  LOND 931 - The UK and the EU
   •  LOND 932 - The Place of “Islam” in British Discourses of Multiculturalism and Immigrant Identity
   •  LOND 933 - Colonialism’s Impact on the Shaping of English National Identity
   •  LOND 934 - Museums and the Shaping of Knowledge
   •  LOND 995 - Private Reading
   •  LRNS 099 - Basic Mathematics
   •  LRNS 100 - Effective Learning Strategies
   •  LRNS 101 - Effective Study Strategies
   •  LRNS 102 - Effective Reading Strategies
   •  LRNS 105 - Mastering Skills for Algebra
   •  LRNS 106 - Mastering Skills for Trigonometry
   •  LRNS 107 - Mastering Quantitative Skills for the Natural Sciences
   •  LRNS 108 - Mastering Quantitative Skills for the Social Sciences
   •  LRNS 109 - Communications Skills I
   •  LRNS 110 - English as a Second Language I (Elementary)
   •  LRNS 111 - English as a Second Language II (Intermediate)
   •  LRNS 112 - English as a Second Language III (Advanced)
   •  LRNS 113 - Teaching and Tutoring Quantitative Skills
   •  LRNS 114 - Communication Skills II
   •  LRNS 995 - Private Reading
   •  MATH 030 - Topics in Contemporary Mathematics
   •  MATH 050 - Dots, Lines & Coin Flips
 

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