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Course Catalog 2008-2009 
    
Course Catalog 2008-2009 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Oberlin College Courses


 
   •  ECON 322 - Public Policy and Human Happiness
   •  ECON 326 - International Trade
   •  ECON 327 - International Finance
   •  ECON 331 - Natural Resource Economics and Policy
   •  ECON 342 - Monetary Theory and Policy
   •  ECON 343 - Financial Intermediation and Monetary Policy
   •  ECON 351 - Macroeconomic Theory
   •  ECON 353 - Microeconomic Theory
   •  ECON 355 - Advanced Econometrics
   •  ECON 431 - Seminar: Topics in Water Resource Economics
   •  ECON 433 - Seminar: Price Discrimination
   •  ECON 438 - Seminar: Market Failure in Financial Markets
   •  ECON 441 - Seminar: Economics of Labor and Welfare Policy
   •  ECON 491 - Honors Program
   •  ECON 901 - Economics of European Integration
   •  ECON 902 - International Management
   •  ECON 903 - Intercultural Communication
   •  ECON 904 - European Culture: History and Art
   •  ECON 905 - Law and Politics: Current Topics in the European Union
   •  ECON 995 - Private Reading
   •  EDEC 522 - Looking More Closely: Learning & Teaching in Schools I
   •  EDEC 524 - Language and Word Study in a Diverse Society
   •  EDEC 530 - Development & Psychology of Learners: Early Childhood
   •  EDEC 532 - Exploring the Hows and Whys: Learning and Teaching in Schools II
   •  EDEC 534 - Understanding Complexities: Developing and Supporting Literacy
   •  EDEC 536 - Multiple Ways of Knowing: Reading Assessment and Next Steps
   •  EDEC 542 - Creating Possibilities: Learning and Teaching in Schools III
   •  EDEC 544 - Reading the World: Literature for Children and Adolescents
   •  EDMC 522 - Looking More closely: Learning & Teaching in Schools I
   •  EDMC 524 - Language and Word Study in a Diverse Society
   •  EDMC 530 - Development & Psychology of Learners: Middle Childhood
   •  EDMC 532 - Exploring the Hows and Whys: Learning and Teaching in Schools II
   •  EDMC 534 - Understanding Complexities: Developing and Supporting Literacy
   •  EDMC 536 - Multiple Ways of Knowing: Reading Assessment and Next Steps
   •  EDMC 542 - Creating Possibilities: Learning and Teaching in Schools III
   •  EDMC 544 - Reading the World: Literature for Children and Adolescents
   •  EDUA 010 - Spanish Teaching Practicum
   •  EDUC 300 - Principles of Education
   •  EDUC 510 - Education, Learners and Teachers: Introduction and Interrelationships
   •  EDUC 513 - Honoring and Negotiating Differences: Teaching Children with Special Needs
   •  EDUC 538 - Teaching as a Profession: Seminar I
   •  EDUC 548 - Teaching as a Profession: Seminar II
   •  EDUC 555 - Student Teaching Experience
   •  EDUC 559 - Taking the Lead in Inquiry and Reflection: Capstone Experience
   •  ENGL 203 - Medieval and Renaissance Literature
   •  ENGL 204 - Issues in Shakespeare
   •  ENGL 212 - Wit, Rakes, Madmen, & Jane: A Survey of Eighteenth-Century Literature
   •  ENGL 220 - Romantic Literature
   •  ENGL 237 - Joyce’s Ulysses
   •  ENGL 238 - Contemporary American Fiction
   •  ENGL 239 - History and Structure of the English Language
   •  ENGL 250 - Writing America: Comparative Immigrant Narratives
   •  ENGL 256 - American Literary Culture in the 19th Century
   •  ENGL 257 - Late 19th-Century American Literature: The Re-Making of “America”
   •  ENGL 261 - Constructing the Subject: African American Women and the Autotext
   •  ENGL 275 - Introduction to Comparative Literature
   •  ENGL 282 - Shifting Scenes: Drama Survey
   •  ENGL 284 - Contemporary Irish Fiction
   •  ENGL 301 - Chaucer
   •  ENGL 303 - Shakespeare’s Comedies
   •  ENGL 305 - The Age of Discovery
   •  ENGL 306 - Poetry and the Mind: Verse Forms in the English Renaissance and Afterward
   •  ENGL 315 - Eighteenth-Century Fiction: The Rise of the Novel
   •  ENGL 323 - Six Poets: 1855-1955
   •  ENGL 328 - Mod Drama II: Brecht to Pinter
   •  ENGL 329 - Contemporary Irish Poetry
   •  ENGL 330 - Modernist Chicago: Urban Literature and Sociology
   •  ENGL 338 - Modern Fiction and Sexual Difference
   •  ENGL 342 - The Rise of the Novel in the Americas: Seduction, Revolution, Rights
   •  ENGL 343 - The Nineteenth-Century U.S. Novel: Feeling National
   •  ENGL 344 - Power Eroticized: Five Dramatists
   •  ENGL 347 - Contemporary Women of Color Dramatists
   •  ENGL 349 - American Drama in the 1990s
   •  ENGL 353 - American Literature 1825-65: “To write like an American”
   •  ENGL 358 - Literature and Philosophy
   •  ENGL 370 - Itineraries of Postmodernism
   •  ENGL 372 - Contemporary Literary Theory: Post-Modernity and Imagination
   •  ENGL 378 - Contemporary British & Irish Drama
   •  ENGL 381 - European Modernism & The World
   •  ENGL 388 - Selected Authors: Salman Rushdie
   •  ENGL 390 - Selected Authors: William Faulkner
   •  ENGL 395 - Poetry Workshop
   •  ENGL 396 - Nonfiction Workshop
   •  ENGL 397 - Fiction Workshop
   •  ENGL 398 - Playwriting Workshop
   •  ENGL 399 - Teaching & Tutoring Writing Across the Disciplines
   •  ENGL 400 - Senior Tutorial
   •  ENGL 437 - Seminar: Ars Poetica: Poetry, Art, Thought
   •  ENGL 450 - Honors Project
   •  ENGL 451 - Honors Project
   •  ENGL 995 - Private Reading
   •  ENTR 100 - Introduction to Entreprenuership and Leadership
   •  ENVS 101 - Environment and Society
   •  ENVS 208 - Environmental Policy
   •  ENVS 213 - Nature, Culture and Interpretation
   •  ENVS 220 - Environmental Analysis in Social Science
   •  ENVS 222 - Local vs. Global: Environmental Issues Beyond Borders
   •  ENVS 231 - Environmental Economics
   •  ENVS 291 - Colloquium on Sustainable Agriculture
   •  ENVS 294 - Community Food Systems
 

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