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Course Catalog 2008-2009 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Oberlin College Courses


 
   •  AAST 070 - Talking Book
   •  AAST 072 - Blues Aesthetic: Continuity and Transformation
   •  AAST 074 - Something From Something
   •  AAST 101 - Introduction to the Black Experience
   •  AAST 118 - Ritual and Performance I: The World According to the Yoruba and their Descendants in the New World
   •  AAST 120 - The Caribbean and the Wider World
   •  AAST 121 - African Presence in the Atlantic World
   •  AAST 131 - Traditional African Cosmology
   •  AAST 141 - The Heritage of Black American Literature
   •  AAST 161 - Introduction to Capoeira Angola
   •  AAST 171 - Introduction to African American Music I
   •  AAST 172 - Introduction to African American Music II
   •  AAST 181 - Education in the Black Community
   •  AAST 190 - West African Dance Forms in the Diaspora I
   •  AAST 191 - West African Dance Forms in the Diaspora II
   •  AAST 201 - African American History to 1865
   •  AAST 202 - African American History Since 1865
   •  AAST 203 - Precolonial West and West Central African History
   •  AAST 206 - History of the Caribbean to 1838
   •  AAST 208 - Slavery and Freedom in the Western Hemisphere
   •  AAST 209 - Society and Politics in the Modern Caribbean, 1838-1970
   •  AAST 210 - The African Presence in the Caribbean
   •  AAST 212 - New Nations in the Caribbean
   •  AAST 214 - Colonization, Appropriation, and Apartheid
   •  AAST 220 - Doin' Time: A History of Black Incarceration
   •  AAST 225 - Women in Caribbean History
   •  AAST 226 - Slave Revolts in Atlantic World
   •  AAST 228 - Katrina and the Black Freedom Struggle in Louisiana
   •  AAST 262 - Capoeira II
   •  AAST 264 - African American Drama
   •  AAST 268 - Black Arts Workshop
   •  AAST 281 - Practicum in Tutoring
   •  AAST 285 - African American Women's Hist
   •  AAST 290 - Ritual & Performance II
   •  AAST 334 - African Literary Theory and Theorizing
   •  AAST 336 - Pan-Africanism Political Perspective
   •  AAST 343 - Langston Hughes and the Black Aesthetic
   •  AAST 346 - Contemporary African American Literature: 1960-Present
   •  AAST 347 - Culture, History, and Identity: Caribbean Literature and the Politics of Survival
   •  AAST 361 - Framing Blackness II: African Americans and Cinema in the Late 20th and Early 21st Centuries
   •  AAST 363 - Capoeira Angola III
   •  AAST 368 - Black Arts Workshop II: African Diasporan Culture in Perfomance from Blues to Hip Hop
   •  AAST 385 - Black Pedagogy
   •  AAST 390 - Essence Dance Class
   •  AAST 391 - Dance Diaspora
   •  AAST 450 - Senior Seminar
   •  AAST 500 - Junior Honors Project
   •  AAST 501 - Senior Honors
   •  AAST 502 - Senior Honors
   •  AAST 995 - Private Reading
   •  ACHS 200 - Archeological Field Course
   •  ACHS 210 - Readings on the Techniques of Archaeological Excavation
   •  ACHS 250 - Advanced Archeological Field Course
   •  ACHS 300 - Senior Project
   •  ACHS 400 - Honors
   •  ACHS 995 - Private Reading
   •  ANTH 101 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
   •  ANTH 102 - Human Origins (Lecture Only)
   •  ANTH 103 - Introduction to Archeology
   •  ANTH 204 - Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology
   •  ANTH 210 - Indigenous Peoples of Latin America
   •  ANTH 212 - Ethnographic Perspectives on Small-Scale Societies
   •  ANTH 249 - Language in the USA
   •  ANTH 278 - Human Rights, Universalism and Cultural Relativism
   •  ANTH 288 - Immigrant America: Then and Now
   •  ANTH 306 - Perspective on Literacy
   •  ANTH 312 - Latino/a and Latin American Folklore
   •  ANTH 353 - Culture Theory
   •  ANTH 391 - Practicum in Anthropology
   •  ANTH 415 - Internships in Teaching
   •  ANTH 416 - Race, Racism, and Human Variation in Global Perspective
   •  ANTH 420 - Approaches to Discourse Analysis
   •  ANTH 432 - Anthropology and Ethics
   •  ANTH 456 - Seminar in Culture Contact and Colonialism
   •  ANTH 490 - Junior Year Honors
   •  ANTH 491 - Senior Year Honors
   •  ANTH 995 - Private Reading
   •  APST 110 - Piano Class
   •  APST 111 - Piano Class
   •  APST 112 - Keyboard Accompanying (Vocal)
   •  APST 113 - Keyboard Accomp (Instrumental)
   •  APST 130 - Viola Class
   •  APST 140 - Internalizing Rhythms
   •  APST 141 - Internalizing Rhythms II
   •  APST 204 - Interpretation of Art Song
   •  APST 208 - Guided Piano Pedagogy Proj
   •  APST 209 - Guided Teaching Observation
   •  APST 210 - Intermediate Piano Pedagogy
   •  APST 211 - Elementary Piano Pedagogy
   •  APST 212 - Advanced Piano Class
   •  APST 213 - Advanced Piano Class
   •  APST 214 - Keyboard Skills I
   •  APST 215 - Keyboard Skills II
   •  APST 221 - Sacred Music Skills
   •  APST 222 - Sacred Music Skills
   •  APST 230 - The Teaching of Singing
   •  APST 233 - Woodwind Performance Pedagogy
   •  APST 234 - Flute Pedagogy
   •  APST 235 - Percussion Instruments
   •  APST 236 - Wrkshp: Writing for Percussion
 

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