Oct 22, 2019  
Course Catalog 2005-2006 
    
Course Catalog 2005-2006 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Oberlin College Courses


 

History

   •  HIST 327 - Borderlands
   •  HIST 330 - Unbearable Whiteness: The Social Construction of a Racial Category
   •  HIST 331 - Asian American Cultural History
   •  HIST 332 - The Radical Challenge
   •  HIST 337 - Colloquium in the Environmental History of Oil
   •  HIST 338 - Colloquium in U.S. Urban Environmental History
   •  HIST 344 - Gender, Marriage, and Kinship in China
   •  HIST 345 - Social Movements in China, Late Imperial Times to the Present
   •  HIST 356 - The British Empire in Asia and Africa
   •  HIST 357 - Non-Violent Opposition to British Imperialism: M. Gandhi
   •  HIST 360 - History of Vietnam
   •  HIST 361 - The Mexican Revolution: Birth, Life, Death
   •  HIST 371 - The Russian Intelligentsia in the Late Imperial Period
   •  HIST 377 - Russia in Asia
   •  HIST 379 - Stalinism
   •  HIST 395 - Method in Modern European History
   •  HIST 501 - Senior Honors
   •  HIST 502 - Senior Honors
   •  HIST 995 - Private Reading

Italian

   •  ITAL 101 - Beginning Italian I
   •  ITAL 102 - Beginning Italian II
   •  ITAL 995 - Private Reading

Japanese Studies

   •  JAPN 101 - Elementary Japanese
   •  JAPN 102 - Elementary Japanese
   •  JAPN 116 - Traditional Japanese Literature in Translation
   •  JAPN 118 - Modern Japanese Literature in Translation
   •  JAPN 201 - Intermediate Japanese
   •  JAPN 202 - Intermediate Japanese
   •  JAPN 218 - Modernity, Politics, and the West in Modern Japanese Literature
   •  JAPN 301 - Japanese Reading and Conversation
   •  JAPN 302 - Japanese Reading and Conversation
   •  JAPN 401 - Advanced Japanese I
   •  JAPN 402 - Advanced Japanese II
   •  JAPN 451 - Readings in Japanese Sources
   •  JAPN 452 - Readings in Japanese Sources
   •  JAPN 500 - Capstone Project
   •  JAPN 995 - Private Reading

Jewish Studies

   •  JWST 101 - Modern Hebrew I
   •  JWST 102 - Modern Hebrew II
   •  JWST 131 - Jewish History from Biblical Antiquity to 1492
   •  JWST 132 - Jewish History from the Spanish Expulsion to the Present
   •  JWST 150 - Introduction to Judaism
   •  JWST 151 - Modern Jewish Thought
   •  JWST 152 - Medieval Jewish Thought: Law, Mysticism, and Philosophy
   •  JWST 205 - Hebrew Bible and its Ancient Near Eastern Context
   •  JWST 208 - New Testament and Christian Origins
   •  JWST 234 - Good and Evil: Ethics and Decision Making in the Holocaust
   •  JWST 235 - East European Jewry: 1772-1939: Adaptation, Innovation, and Crisis
   •  JWST 237 - Women in Jewish Society, Antiquity to Modernity
   •  JWST 255 - Theology, Science, and the Secularization of Europe: 1200-1800
   •  JWST 258 - Introduction to the Talmud: Argument and Interpretation
   •  JWST 303 - Seminar: Anthropological Approaches to the Study of the Bible: Kinship and the Family in Ancient Israel
   •  JWST 306 - Germans and Jews
   •  JWST 307 - Seminar: Jewish Memoirs and Memory: Writing the Self in Jewish Society
   •  JWST 353 - Seminar: Moses Maimonides: Philosophy and Law
   •  JWST 354 - Seminar: Spinoza: Heresy and Modern Judaism
   •  JWST 500 - Honors Project
   •  JWST 995 - Private Reading

Language

   •  LANG 100 - English Diction
   •  LANG 101 - Italian Diction
   •  LANG 200 - German Diction
   •  LANG 201 - French Diction

Latin American Studies

   •  LAST 401 - Honors Project
   •  LAST 402 - Honors Project
   •  LAST 995 - Private Reading

Learning Assistance Program

   •  LRNS 99 - Basic Mathematics
   •  LRNS 101 - Effective Study Strategies
   •  LRNS 102 - Effective Reading Strategies
   •  LRNS 104 - Analytical Reading Skills for the Liberal Arts Curriculum
   •  LRNS 105 - Mastering Skills for Algebra
   •  LRNS 106 - Mastering Skills for Trigonometry
   •  LRNS 107 - Mastering Quantitative Skills for the Natural Sciences
   •  LRNS 108 - Mastering Quantitative Skills for the Social Sciences
   •  LRNS 109 - Communications Skills I
   •  LRNS 110 - Speaking English as a Second Language I
   •  LRNS 111 - English as a Second Language II
   •  LRNS 112 - English as a Second Language III
   •  LRNS 113 - Teaching and Tutoring Quantitative Skills
   •  LRNS 114 - Communication Skills II
   •  LRNS 995 - Private Reading

London Program

   •  London 900 - The Danenberg Lectures on British Culture and Society
   •  London 900 - The Danenberg Lectures on British Culture and Society
   •  London 955 - Emerging Feminisms in British Literature and History, 1790-1930
   •  London 956 - American Reformers in Britain: Race, Gender, Poverty and Sexuality
   •  London 966 - The London Stage
   •  London 980 - New Labour in Power: Has The Third Way Lost Its Way?
   •  London 981 - Producing Power: The Science and Politics of Energy Policy in Britain
   •  London 982 - Climate, Climate Change and the Impact of Climate Change on Great Britain

Mathematics

   •  MATH 030 - Topics in Contemporary Mathematics
   •  MATH 050 - Dots, Lines, and Coin Flips
   •  MATH 090 - Environmental Mathematics
   •  MATH 100 - Elementary Statistics
   •  MATH 113 - Statistical Methods for the Social and Behavioral Sciences
   •  MATH 114 - Statistical Methods for the Biological Sciences
   •  MATH 131 - Calculus Ia: Limits, Continuity and Differentiation
   •  MATH 132 - Calculus Ib: Integration and Applications
   •  MATH 133 - Calculus I: Limits, Continuity, Differentiation, Integration, and Applications
   •  MATH 134 - Calculus II: Special Functions, Integration Techniques, and Power Series
   •  MATH 220 - Discrete Mathematics
   •  MATH 231 - Multivariable Calculus
 

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