Sep 23, 2019  
Course Catalog 2018-2019 
    
Course Catalog 2018-2019 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

College and Conservatory Courses (2018-19 and planned future offerings)


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   •  EAST 221 - The Learning of East Asian Languages and Cultures
   •  EAST 238 - Gender and Sexuality in East Asian Religions
   •  EAST 241 - Living with the Bomb: A Comparative Study of Gender, Race and Nationalism in Japan and The United States, 1945-Present
   •  EAST 248 - Postwar Japan through Music and Film
   •  EAST 249 - Pine, Bamboo, Plum: Nature in Japan’s Arts and Literature
   •  EAST 251 - Breaking the Waves: The Japanese and French New Wave Cinemas and Their Legacy
   •  EAST 255 - Kurosawa’s Cinematic Histories
   •  EAST 280 - Bros at War: Conflict in Korea
   •  EAST 309 - Chinese Popular Cinema and Public Intellectualism
   •  EAST 318 - Irreducible Distance: Japan-Korea Relations Through Literature and Visual Media
   •  EAST 323 - Globalization and East Asian Religions
   •  EAST 367 - Seminar: The Opening of Korea, 1876-1905
   •  EAST 401 - Honors Program
   •  EAST 500 - Capstone Project
   •  EAST 995F - Private Reading - Full
   •  EAST 995H - Private Reading - Half
   •  ECON 099 - Principles of Accounting
   •  ECON 101 - Principles of Economics
   •  ECON 102 - Principles of Economics
   •  ECON 206 - Principles of Finance
   •  ECON 207 - Urban Economics
   •  ECON 211 - Money, the Financial System and the Economy
   •  ECON 220 - The Economics of Labor Markets
   •  ECON 227 - International Trade and Finance
   •  ECON 231 - Environmental Economics
   •  ECON 243 - Economic History of the United States
   •  ECON 245 - Health Economics
   •  ECON 251 - Intermediate Macroeconomics
   •  ECON 253 - Intermediate Microeconomics
   •  ECON 255 - Introduction to Econometrics
   •  ECON 309 - Advanced Development
   •  ECON 315 - Financial Markets
   •  ECON 317 - Industrial Organization
   •  ECON 322 - Public Economics
   •  ECON 332 - Energy Economics
   •  ECON 340 - Financial Derivatives
   •  ECON 351 - Macroeconomic Theory
   •  ECON 355 - Advanced Econometrics
   •  ECON 409 - Seminar: Institutions and Development
   •  ECON 417 - Seminar: Research in Industrial Organization
   •  ECON 421 - Seminar: Human Capital during the Life Course
   •  ECON 430 - Economics of Poverty & Income Distribution
   •  ECON 449 - Seminar: Economics and Immigration
   •  ECON 491F - Honors Program–Full
   •  ECON 491H - Honors Program–Half
   •  ECON 995F - Private Reading - Full
   •  ECON 995H - Private Reading - Half
   •  EDPR 102 - SITES Spanish In The Elementary Schools” Language Teaching Practicum”
   •  EDUA 301 - Language Pedagogy: The Theory & Practice of Teaching and Learning Languages
   •  EDUA 995F - Private Reading - Full
   •  EDUA 995H - Private Reading - Half
   •  EDUC 300 - Principles of Education
   •  ENGL 104 - Supervidere: Surveillance Cultures of the American Canon
   •  ENGL 140 - Arthurian Fictions
   •  ENGL 203 - Early British Literature: Points of Departure
   •  ENGL 207 - Lovers, Philosophers, and Revolutionaries: A Survey of Renaissance Literature
   •  ENGL 213 - Desire and Literature
   •  ENGL 218 - Shakespeare and the Limits of Genre: Problem Comedy and Romance
   •  ENGL 219 - Persona and Impersonation
   •  ENGL 223 - Meaning and Being: Nature in 19th-Century American Narrative
   •  ENGL 227 - Romantic Revolutions
   •  ENGL 233 - Women of Color in the Avant-Garde
   •  ENGL 249 - Introduction to Book Studies
   •  ENGL 253 - Pens and Needles: Gender and Media in Early America
   •  ENGL 254 - Nineteenth-Century New York: Writing the Modern City
   •  ENGL 255 - In Search of America: The Concept of Nature in Early American Literature
   •  ENGL 258 - August Wilson: The Century Cycle
   •  ENGL 265 - Anglophone Postcolonial Literatures
   •  ENGL 271 - Imagining America: Experimental Contemporary Ethnic American Literature
   •  ENGL 275 - Introduction to Comparative Literature
   •  ENGL 282 - Shifting Scenes: Drama Survey
   •  ENGL 299 - Introduction to the Advanced Study of Literature
   •  ENGL 300 - Race and Visual Culture in the 20th and 21st Centuries
   •  ENGL 301 - Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales
   •  ENGL 304 - Shakespeare and Metamorphosis
   •  ENGL 318 - History and Theory of the Novel
   •  ENGL 320 - From Frankenstein to Dracula: At the Margins of 19th-Century Britain
   •  ENGL 328 - Modern Drama II: Brecht to Pinter
   •  ENGL 330 - Modernist Chicago: Urban Literature and Sociology
   •  ENGL 343 - American Gothic
   •  ENGL 366 - Nature and Transcendentalism
   •  ENGL 367 - The French Joyce
   •  ENGL 371 - Politics and Pleasure
   •  ENGL 372 - Contemporary Literary Theory: Post-Modernity and Imagination
   •  ENGL 381 - Hopeful Monsters: (Mixed-)Media Studies
   •  ENGL 385 - Women in/and “Bollywood”
   •  ENGL 387 - ”Bollywood“‘s India: An Introduction to Indian Cinema
   •  ENGL 398 - Applied Literary Studies
   •  ENGL 399 - Teaching & Tutoring Writing Across the Disciplines
   •  ENGL 400 - Senior Tutorial
   •  ENGL 437 - Seminar: Ars Poetica
   •  ENGL 448 - Senior Seminar: Words and Things
   •  ENGL 452 - Honors Project I
   •  ENGL 453 - Honors Project II
   •  ENGL 995F - Private Reading - Full
   •  ENGL 995H - Private Reading - Half
   •  ENTR 100 - Introduction to Entreprenuership and Leadership
   •  ENVS 101 - Environment and Society
   •  ENVS 201 - Introduction to Environmental Humanities
   •  ENVS 208 - Environmental Policy
 

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