Apr 24, 2018  
Course Catalog 2015-2016 
    
Course Catalog 2015-2016 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Oberlin College Courses Offered in 2015-16 (and planned offerings in future years)


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   •  AAST 072 - Blues Aesthetic: Continuity and Transformation
   •  AAST 101 - Introduction to the Black Experience
   •  AAST 117 - Immigrant and Second-Generation American Narratives
   •  AAST 118 - Ritual and Performance I: The World According to the Yoruba and their Descendants in the New World
   •  AAST 122 - Caribbean Survey: Cuba, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic Part II: Introductory
   •  AAST 123 - Caribbean Survey: Cuba, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic Part II: Introductory
   •  AAST 131 - Traditional African Cosmology and Religions: Shifting Contours and Contested Terrains
   •  AAST 132 - Introduction to African Studies: Patterns, Issues and Controversies
   •  AAST 141 - The Heritage of Black American Literature
   •  AAST 161 - Capoeira Angola I
   •  AAST 171 - Introduction to African American Music I
   •  AAST 172 - Introduction to African American Music II
   •  AAST 190 - West African Dance Forms in the Diaspora I: Survey-Half Course
   •  AAST 190F - West African Dance Forms in the Diaspora I: Survey-Full Course
   •  AAST 191 - West African Dance Forms in the Diaspora II: Cuba
   •  AAST 191F - West African Dance Forms in the Diaspora II: Cuba-Full Course
   •  AAST 192 - West African Dance Forms in the Diaspora III
   •  AAST 192F - West African Dance Forms in the Diaspora III-Full Course
   •  AAST 219 - Freedom Movements: Civil Rights and Black Power
   •  AAST 220 - Doin' Time: A History of Black Incarceration
   •  AAST 227 - Saint Domingue/Haiti in the Atlantic World
   •  AAST 229 - Radical Thinkers and Movements in the Caribbean
   •  AAST 231 - African American Politics
   •  AAST 232 - Africana Philosophy
   •  AAST 235 - Government and Politics of Africa
   •  AAST 236 - Politics and Society in Africa since the 1980s
   •  AAST 244 - Modern African Literature
   •  AAST 245 - The Harlem Renaissance
   •  AAST 248 - Resistance and Voice: Literature of the African Diaspora
   •  AAST 258 - Talking Book
   •  AAST 261 - Framing “Blackness”: African Americans and Film In The United States 1915 to the Present
   •  AAST 262 - Capoeira Angola II
   •  AAST 264 - African American Drama
   •  AAST 268 - Black Arts Workshop
   •  AAST 272 - Reading and Writing Horror and Speculative Fiction from the African Diaspora
   •  AAST 280 - Africana Philosophies of Education
   •  AAST 281 - Practicum in Tutoring
   •  AAST 282 - Black Nationalism
   •  AAST 285 - African American Women's History
   •  AAST 290 - Ritual and Performance II
   •  AAST 302 - Marxism and the Black Radical Tradition
   •  AAST 321 - Seminar: Black Feminist Thought: A Historical Perspective
   •  AAST 337 - African Capitalists and African Development: Seminar
   •  AAST 350 - Intermediate Seminar: Research and Practice in Africana Studies
   •  AAST 357 - Empire and Resistance in the Caribbean (Haiti, Jamaica, Grenada, & Trinidad)
   •  AAST 368 - Black Arts Workshop II: African Diasporan Culture in Perfomance from Blues to Hip Hop
   •  AAST 390F - Essence Dance Class - Full
   •  AAST 390H - Essence Dance Class - Half
   •  AAST 391F - Dance Diaspora - Full
   •  AAST 391H - Dance Diaspora - Half
   •  AAST 450 - Senior Seminar
   •  AAST 501F - Senior Honors - Full
   •  AAST 501H - Senior Honors - Half
   •  AAST 502F - Senior Honors - Full
   •  AAST 502H - Senior Honors - Half
   •  AAST 995F - Private Reading - Full
   •  AAST 995H - Private Reading - Half
   •  ACHS 200 - Archaeological Field Course
   •  ACHS 210 - Archaeological Field School Proseminar
   •  ACHS 250 - Advanced Archaeological Field Course
   •  ACHS 300 - Senior Project
   •  ACHS 400 - Honors
   •  ANTH 101 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
   •  ANTH 102 - Human Origins
   •  ANTH 103 - Introduction to Archaeology
   •  ANTH 202 - Fundamentals of Linguistics
   •  ANTH 204 - Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology
   •  ANTH 208 - Nomadic Pastoralism in the Past and the Present
   •  ANTH 278 - Human Rights, Universalism and Cultural Relativism
   •  ANTH 293 - Latin American Ethnography from the “Borderlands”
   •  ANTH 302 - Reconstructing Ancient Worlds: Laetoli, a Pliocene Early Hominim Site
   •  ANTH 353 - Culture Theory
   •  ANTH 376 - Language and Prehistory
   •  ANTH 391F - Practicum in Anthropology
   •  ANTH 391H - Practicum in Anthropology
   •  ANTH 402 - The Native Languages of the Americas
   •  ANTH 410 - Tastes, Appetites and Moral Obligations: The Anthropology of Food
   •  ANTH 415F - Internships in Teaching
   •  ANTH 415H - Internships in Teaching
   •  ANTH 416 - Race, Racism, and Human Variation in Global Perspective
   •  ANTH 490F - Junior Year Honors
   •  ANTH 490H - Junior Year Honors
   •  ANTH 491F - Senior Year Honors
   •  ANTH 491H - Senior Year Honors
   •  ANTH 995F - Private Reading - Full
   •  ANTH 995H - Private Reading - Half
   •  APST 101 - Beginning Piano
   •  APST 110 - Piano Class
   •  APST 111 - Piano Class
   •  APST 112 - Keyboard Accompanying (Vocal)
   •  APST 113 - Keyboard Accomp (Instrumental)
   •  APST 118 - Vocal Studies Seminar
   •  APST 120A; 120B - Time Travel for Pianists
   •  APST 121 - Performing Beethoven's Violin Sonatas
   •  APST 122 - Performing Beethoven's Cello Sonatas
   •  APST 130 - Viola Class
   •  APST 140 - Internalizing Rhythms
   •  APST 141 - Internalizing Rhythms II
   •  APST 142 - Beginning Improvisation
   •  APST 204 - Interpretation of Art Song
 

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