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Fall 2018 Course Offerings

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Introductory:

  • CVS 0020: Introduction to Civic Studies (Erin Kelly)
  • EXP-0079-XF EPIIC: Migration in a Turbulent World (Abi Williams)

Core Courses

A. War and Peace

  • HIST 0059: Continent in Conflict, Europe 1914-2000 (Elizabeth Foster)
  • HIST 0209: War & Society in Middle East (STAFF)
  • PHIL 0045: War and Terrorism (Lionel McPherson)
  • PS 0061: Introduction to International Relations (many sections)
  • PS 0138-01: Policing the U.S. and Europe (David Art)
  • SOC 0011: Sociology of Race & Ethnicity (Daanika Gordon)

B. Justice

  • CVS 0020: Introduction to Civic Studies (Erin Kelly)
  • ED 0167-01: Critical Race Theory (Shameka Powell)
  • ENG 0176: Earth Matters: American Literature & Environment (Elizabeth Ammons)
  • PHIL 0191-04: The Philosophy of Martin Luther King Jr. (Erin Kelly)
  • PS 0041-01: Western Political Thought (Vickie Sullivan)
  • PS 0188-03: Topics in International Relations: Freedom of Religion, Conscience and Belief – America's Role in Defending the First Freedom Abroad (Katrina Swett)

C. Violence and Peace in Culture

  • ANTH 0168: Anthropology of Colonialism (Amahl Bishara)
  • HIST 0033: African Americans in U.S. History to 1865 (Kendra Field)
  • HIST 0093-55: North America: Our Road to DACA and the Wall: JFK's Nation of Immigrants (Reed Ueda)
  • PJS 0075: War Stories (Gregory Carleton)
  • PJS 0164: Education for Peace and Justice (Deborah Donahue-Keegan)
  • PS 0013: Sophomore Seminar: Race and Class in American Politics (James Glaser)
  • PS 0138-03: Topics in Comparative Politics: Politics of Oil and Energy (Nimah Mazaheri)

D. Conflict Resolution

  • PHIL 0024: Intro to Ethics (David Denby)
  • PHIL 0121: Ethical Theory (Sigrún Svavarsdóttir)
  • PJS 0131: Negotiation, Mediation, and Conflict Resolution (Robert Burdick)

E. Creating Social Change

  • ANTH 0027: Human Rights in Cultural Context (Amahl Bishara)
  • PJS 0050-01: Science and Civic Action (Jonathan Garlick)
  • PJS 0050-02: Dialogue, Identity, and Civic Action (Jonathan Garlick)
  • SOC 0135-01: Social Movements (STAFF)

Advanced:

  • PJS 0099: Internship in Social Change (Deborah Donahue-Keegan)
  • PJS 0190: Integrative Seminar in Peace, Justice, and Social Change (Paul Joseph)
  • PJS 0198: Senior Thesis (May be used to replace one of three required electives. Note: Students undertaking a thesis must still complete PJS 0190 Senior Seminar)

Electives

Conflict and Violence

  • PHIL 0130-01: Moral Psychology: Evolution of Morality
  • EXP 0002-VS: Experimental College: The Bomb: Hiroshima to Today
  • HIST 0043-01: Japan Since 1868
  • HIST 0065-25: Great Britain and British Empire
  • HIST 0071-30: Middle East and North Africa since WWI
  • HIST 0177-28: Advanced Special Topics, Middle East/Central Asia: History of Chemical Warfare in the Middle East
  • RUS 0085-01: Film and Nation: Russia and Central Asia
  • SOC 0094-06: Sociology of Violence
  • PS 0138-03: Topics in Comparative Politics: Policing the U.S. and Europe
  • PS 0139-01: Seminar in Comparative Politics: States, Nations, and Citizenship
  • PS 0188-01: The Causes and Consequences of Foreign Military Intervention
  • AFR 0147-03: Fanon & The Black Textual Revolution
  • CHNS 0092-01: Crime and Justice
  • LST 0194-01: Decolonial Aesthetics in Latin America

Gender / Sexuality

  • HIST 0032-10: Women in America since the 1950's
  • HIST 0093-55: Foundation Seminars - North America: Gender & Containment Post WWII
  • SOC 0030-01: Sex & Gender in Society
  • TCS 0094-02: Queer Arabic Literature and Film
  • WGSS 0072-01: Queering Feminisms: Introduction to Women's Gender, and Sexuality Studies
  • WGSS 0085-01: Trans Studies
  • WGSS 0085-02: Feminism in 20th Century U.S.
  • REL 0104-01: Feminist Theologies
  • WGSS 0190-01: Doing Feminist Research
  • PS 0189-01: Seminar in International Relations: The Pursuit of Gender Equality in US Foreign Policy
  • ANTH 0149-36: Gender and Sexuality in the Middle East
  • DR 0294-01: Feminist, Queer, Transperformance
  • CLS 0110-01: Empresses, Saints, & Scholars: The Women of Byzantium
  • CH 0104-01: Women and Health

Race and Ethnicities

  • JS 0142-01: Jewish Experience on Film
  • FR 0092-A: Ethnicity, Migration and Identity
  • HIST 0173-90: Advanced Special Topics, North America: Indigenous Peoples of North America
  • SOC 0149-10: Racial Identity in Historical Perspective
  • SOC 0188-07: Race and Politics
  • SPN 0092-A: Spanish Civilization
  • PSY 0136-01: Stereotypes, Prejudice & Discrimination
  • PS 0119-01: Seminars in American Politics: American Racial Politics
  • ENG 0020-01: Black World Literature
  • AFR 0047-01: Black Is: The History of African-Americans, Immigration, and Black Identity
  • AMER 0180-02: Indigenous Ethnography
  • AAST 0094-01: Deconstructing the "Coolie"
  • AAST 0094-04: Communities and Diversity in US History
  • DR 0255-01: 19th Century American Theatre
  • CST 0094-04: Global Indigeneity & American Empire
  • AFR 118-01: (MIS-)Translating Vodun
  • CH 0188-05: Race, Ethnicity, and Health

Environment

  • SPN 0022-XA: Composition y Conversation II: Tierra, Clima, y Justicia
  • UEP 0221-01: Climate Change Policy and Planning
  • EC 0008-01/02: Principles of Economics with Environmental Applications
  • EC 0030-01: Environmental Economics

Economic / Community Development

  • SOC 0023-01: Self and Society
  • SOC 0094-16: The American Labor Movement
  • TCS 0261-01: Community Development, Planning, and Politics
  • UEP 0194-01: Urban Design & The Changing Suburb
  • CSHD 0164-01: Cultural Diversity in Child & Family Services
  • PS 0139-02: Seminar in Comparative Politics: Poverty and Public Policy
  • ELS 0107-01/02: Entrepreneurial Leadership
  • ELS 0141-01: Innovative Social Enterprises
  • ED 0013-01: The Global Educator
  • UEP 0181-01: Homeless in America
  • UEP 0183-01: Early Care and Education Policy and Practice
  • UEP 0188-01: Seminar on Government and Family
  • CH 0056-01: Introduction to Global Health

Citizen Action / Social Activism

  • EXP 001-VS: Experimental College: School Leadership and Social Justice
  • EXP 0056-PS: Experimental College: Activism in Authoritarian States
  • PS 0118-01: Topics in American Politics: Organizing for Social Change
  • AFR 0147-13: Justice 1960's American Counter Culture
  • ENV 0190-01: Practicing Food Systems
  • ENG 0150-01: Emerson, Fuller, Thoreau, Whitman
  • DR 0027-01/02: Public Speaking

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