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    Oberlin College
   
 
  Oct 20, 2017
 
 
    
Course Catalog 2017-2018

Oberlin College Courses Offered in 2017-18 (and planned offerings in future years)


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   •  CINE 995F - Private Reading - Full
   •  CINE 995H - Private Reading - Half
   •  CLAS 103 - History of Greece
   •  CLAS 104 - History of Rome
   •  CLAS 111 - Greek and Roman Epic
   •  CLAS 112 - Greek and Roman Drama in Translation
   •  CLAS 201 - Magic and Mystery Ancient World
   •  CLAS 219 - Sexuality in Ancient Greece and Rome
   •  CLAS 240 - Identity and Citizenship in Ancient Democracy
   •  CLAS 303 - The City in Antiquity
   •  CLAS 306 - Egypt after the Pharaohs
   •  CLAS 307 - Roman Egypt: Art, Culture, History
   •  CLAS 315 - Critical Theory and Classical Lit
   •  CLAS 351 - Pompeii: Life and Afterlife
   •  CLAS 352 - Selfies: Self Representation in the Ancient World
   •  CLAS 401F - Honors - Full
   •  CLAS 401H - Honors - Half
   •  CLAS 995F - Private Reading - Full
   •  CLAS 995H - Private Reading - Half
   •  CMPL 200 - Introduction to Comparative Literature
   •  CMPL 230 - Introduction to Literature and the Visual Arts
   •  CMPL 250 - Introduction to Literary Translation: Theory, History, Practice
   •  CMPL 271 - Italian Lit in Translation
   •  CMPL 272 - Literature and Human Rights
   •  CMPL 302 - Femmes Fatales: Narratives of Feminine Evil, Sexuality, and Perversity
   •  CMPL 342 - Religion and Disenchantment in 20th-century Literature
   •  CMPL 350 - Translation Workshop
   •  CMPL 351 - Advanced Translation Workshop
   •  CMPL 365 - Love and Death: Jewish Literature and Culture of the Americas
   •  CMPL 366 - Love and Death: Jewish Literature and Culture of the Americas LxC
   •  CMPL 367 - The French Joyce
   •  CMPL 372 - Contemporary Literary Theory: Post-Modernity and Imagination
   •  CMPL 377 - Jewish Modernism and the Body
   •  CMPL 391 - European Modernism & World
   •  CMPL 400 - Senior Capstone Project
   •  CMPL 471 - Medicine, Literature, Biopower LXC
   •  CMPL 472 - Medicine, Literature, Biopower
   •  CMPL 474 - La Chine et le Japon dans l'imaginaire français
   •  CMPL 501 - Honors Project
   •  CMPL 502 - Honors Project
   •  CMPL 995F - Private Reading - Full
   •  CMPL 995H - Private Reading - Half
   •  CMUS 100 - Introduction to Western Art Music
   •  CMUS 103 - Introduction to the Anthropology of Music: Case Studies from around the World
   •  CMUS 130 - General Music Theory
   •  CMUS 300 - Musical Studies Senior Seminar
   •  CMUS 400 - Senior Honors
   •  CMUS 401 - Senior Honors
   •  CMUS 800 - Oberlin Arts & Sciences Chamber Music
   •  CNST 110 - Introduction to Body Mapping
   •  CNST 140 - Introduction to Harpsichord Tuning and Maintenance
   •  CNST 141 - Harpsichord Tuning Practicum
   •  CNST 170 - Introduction to Music Criticism
   •  CNST 171 - Practicing Music Criticism
   •  CNST 200 - Prof Development for the Freelance Artist
   •  COGS 101 - Mind, Brain, and Behavior: An Introduction to Cognitive Sciences
   •  COMP 101 - Composition for Non-Majors I
   •  COMP 102 - Composition for Non-Majors II
   •  COMP 201 - Composition Class I
   •  COMP 202 - Composition Class II
   •  COMP 212 - Instrumentation
   •  COMP 222 - Counterpoint I
   •  COMP 301 - Composition Class III
   •  COMP 302 - Composition Class IV
   •  COMP 311 - Orchestration
   •  COMP 332 - Survey of Compositional Forms and Structures
   •  COMP 350 - Composition Seminar
   •  COMP 421 - Counterpoint II
   •  CRWR 110 - Introduction to Writing Poetry
   •  CRWR 120 - Introduction to Writing Fiction
   •  CRWR 201 - Poetry/Prose Workshop
   •  CRWR 212 - Word & Image: Poetry in Dialogue with Visual Art
   •  CRWR 230 - Form and Flexibility
   •  CRWR 250 - Introduction to Literary Translation: Theory, History, Practice
   •  CRWR 255 - Graphic Narrative
   •  CRWR 260 - Writing for Film and Television
   •  CRWR 272 - Writing Speculative Fiction
   •  CRWR 296 - Books Behaving Badly: Narrative Innovations
   •  CRWR 310 - Poetry Workshop
   •  CRWR 311 - Advanced Poetry Workshop 2: Special Topics in Poetry
   •  CRWR 317 - Between Lyric and Narrative: Transitional Prose Forms
   •  CRWR 320 - Fiction Workshop
   •  CRWR 330 - Playwriting Workshop
   •  CRWR 340 - Nonfiction Workshop
   •  CRWR 350 - Translation Workshop
   •  CRWR 360 - Screenwriting Workshop
   •  CRWR 371 - The Short Story Cycle
   •  CRWR 450 - Teaching Imaginative Writing
   •  CRWR 485 - Practicum
   •  CRWR 486 - Writers in the Schools Practicum
   •  CRWR 490 - Capstone Seminar
   •  CRWR 995F - Private Reading - Full
   •  CRWR 995H - Private Reading - Half
   •  CSCI 100 - The Internet and Beyond
   •  CSCI 140 - Introduction to Computer Programming
   •  CSCI 144 - Introduction to Data Science
   •  CSCI 150 - Introduction to Computer Science
   •  CSCI 151 - Data Structures
   •  CSCI 190 - How to Model It
   •  CSCI 210 - Introduction to Computer Architecture
 

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