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    Oberlin College
   
 
  Oct 21, 2017
 
 
    
Course Catalog 2012-2013 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Oberlin College Courses Offered in 2012-13 (and planned offerings in future years)


 You may wish to consult inforamation about using the Oberlin Catalog located here: Using the Online Catalog to My Advantage 

 
   •  EDUA 563 - OCEAN Graduate Workshop: American History
   •  EDUA 564 - OCEAN Graduate Workshop: American Government
   •  EDUA 570 - Graduate Workshop: Ohio and the Spanish Civil War
   •  EDUC 300 - Principles of Education
   •  ENGL 107 - Shakespeare and Film
   •  ENGL 112 - One Hundred Poems
   •  ENGL 202 - Medieval British Literature
   •  ENGL 206 - Shakespearean Tragedy
   •  ENGL 212 - Wits, Rakes, Madmen, and Jane: A Survey of Eighteenth-Century Literature
   •  ENGL 218 - Shakespeare and the Limits of Genre
   •  ENGL 224 - History of Science Fiction
   •  ENGL 238 - Contemporary American Fiction
   •  ENGL 239 - History and Structure of the English Language
   •  ENGL 242 - Asian American Literature at the Crossroads
   •  ENGL 255 - In Search of America: The Concept of Nature in Early American Writing
   •  ENGL 257 - American Literature at the Turn into the Twentieth Century: Making and Re-Making “Americans”
   •  ENGL 258 - August Wilson: The Century Cycle
   •  ENGL 260 - Black Humor and Irony: Modern Literary Experiments
   •  ENGL 265 - Anglophone Literatures of the Third World
   •  ENGL 269 - Bristling with Images: Learning to Read Illustrated Texts
   •  ENGL 275 - Introduction to Comparative Literature
   •  ENGL 277 - American Drama
   •  ENGL 282 - Shifting Scenes: Drama Survey
   •  ENGL 285 - History of Science Fiction
   •  ENGL 286 - 19th-Century British Fiction: Engines, Evolution, Empire
   •  ENGL 299 - Introduction to the Advanced Study of Literature
   •  ENGL 301 - Chaucer
   •  ENGL 309 - The Poetry of Love and Seduction in the Renaissance
   •  ENGL 312 - Milton
   •  ENGL 324 - Six Poets: 1945-Present
   •  ENGL 326 - Victorian “Others”
   •  ENGL 348 - Modern Drama: Ibsen to Pirandello
   •  ENGL 359 - “Race-ing” Studies in Classic American Literature
   •  ENGL 366 - Nature and Transcendentalism
   •  ENGL 367 - The French Joyce
   •  ENGL 369 - Looking Across & Thinking Between: Juxtaposing Theoretical Approaches to Visual & Literary
   •  ENGL 370 - Itineraries of Postmodernism
   •  ENGL 372 - Contemporary Literary Theory: Post-Modernity and Imagination
   •  ENGL 373 - American Literature, Movies, and Culture in the 1930s: Art and Social Value
   •  ENGL 377 - Victorian Literature and Science
   •  ENGL 379 - Welfare Queens and Tiger Moms: Reading Transgressive Motherhood
   •  ENGL 381 - Hopeful Monsters: (Mixed-)Media Studies
   •  ENGL 383 - Selected Authors: Vladimir Nabokov
   •  ENGL 390 - Selected Authors: William Faulkner
   •  ENGL 399 - Teaching & Tutoring Writing Across the Disciplines
   •  ENGL 400 - Senior Tutorial
   •  ENGL 437 - Senior Seminar: Poetics
   •  ENGL 448 - Senior Seminar: Words and Things
   •  ENGL 450 - Honors Seminar
   •  ENGL 451 - Honors Project
   •  ENGL 900 - OCEAN: Shakespeare & Performance
   •  ENGL 918 - The London Stage
   •  ENGL 995 - Private Reading
   •  ENTR 100 - Introduction to Entreprenuership and Leadership
   •  ENTR 101 - Business Model Innovation
   •  ENTR 110 - Fundamentals of Finance
   •  ENVS 101 - Environment and Society
   •  ENVS 201 - Nature Culture Interpretation (Humanities)
   •  ENVS 202 - Nature Culture Interpretation (Social Science)
   •  ENVS 208 - Environmental Policy
   •  ENVS 219 - Climate Change
   •  ENVS 220 - Environmental Analysis in Social Science
   •  ENVS 222 - Local vs. Global: Environmental Issues Beyond Borders
   •  ENVS 231 - Environmental Economics
   •  ENVS 302 - American Agricultures
   •  ENVS 303 - Governing the Commons: a seminar in water resources
   •  ENVS 305 - Vulnerability and Resilience of Social-Ecological Systems
   •  ENVS 310 - Ecological Design
   •  ENVS 315 - Seminar: Confronting Consumption
   •  ENVS 316 - Systems Ecology
   •  ENVS 322 - Energy and Society
   •  ENVS 331 - Natural Resource Economics
   •  ENVS 340 - Systems Modeling
   •  ENVS 352 - Practicum in Ecological Communication
   •  ENVS 353 - Practicum in Ecological Communication Part II
   •  ENVS 354 - Practicum in Ecological Communication & Oberlin Project
   •  ENVS 390 - Sustainable Cities: Theory, Analysis and Design
   •  ENVS 501 - Research in Environmental Studies (ARHU)
   •  ENVS 502 - Research in Environmental Studies (ARHU)
   •  ENVS 503 - Research in Environmental Studies (NSCI)
   •  ENVS 504 - Research in Environmental Studies (NSCI)
   •  ENVS 505 - Research in Environmental Studies (SSCI)
   •  ENVS 506 - Research in Environmental Studies (SSCI)
   •  ENVS 995 - Private Reading
   •  ETHN 100 - Introduction to Musics of the World
   •  ETHN 209 - Music of the Balkans and Middle East
   •  ETHN 301 - Research Methods in Ethnomusic
   •  FREN 101 - Français élémentaire I
   •  FREN 102 - Français élémentaire II
   •  FREN 103 - Français élémentaire accéléré
   •  FREN 203 - Français intermédiaire accéléré
   •  FREN 205 - Français intermédiaire I
   •  FREN 206 - Français intermédiaire II
   •  FREN 250 - French Cinema: National Traditions, Global Horizons
   •  FREN 301 - Expression orale et écrite
   •  FREN 309 - Plaisir de lire
   •  FREN 321 - Pratiques de l'écrit
   •  FREN 352 - The Cinema and Culture of Stardom in France
   •  FREN 360 - Colloquium: Le théâtre français et ses héros
   •  FREN 361 - Colloquium: Paris Rêvé, Paris Réel: the Modern City in Literature and Film
 

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