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Spring 2016

ARTS 617
Note: Special Schedule
09:00AM - 05:00PM
09-JAN-2016 to
06-FEB-2016
Music and Downtown New York, 1950-70
Charry,Eric S.

Since the early 20th century, downtown New York has been one of the most artistically vital and creative geographic areas in America, known for its avant-garde, counter, and alternative cultural... more


ARTS 617W
Note: Special Schedule
09:00AM - 05:00PM
09-JAN-2016 to
06-FEB-2016
Music and Downtown New York, 1950-70
Charry,Eric S.

Since the early 20th century, downtown New York has been one of the most artistically vital and creative geographic areas in America, known for its avant-garde, counter, and alternative cultural... more


ARTS 618
Thursday
06:00PM - 09:00PM
25-JAN-2016 to
06-MAY-2016
Japanese Woodblock Printmaking
Shinohara,Keiji

This traditional art form, more than 1,000 years old, relies on hand-pressing techniques, watercolors, and rice paste. Quite distinct from Western printmaking traditions, it uses no oil-based inks... more


ARTS 626
Note: Special Schedule
10:00AM - 04:00PM
02-APR-2016 to
30-APR-2016
Landscape Photography/Cultural Geography
Belanger,Marion

We will explore the definition of landscape photography as it relates to the realities of the 21st century where wildness is contained within boundaries or otherwise controlled, developed, or... more


HUMS 629
Monday
06:30PM - 09:00PM
25-JAN-2016 to
06-MAY-2016
Voice and Style: Exercises for Writers
Greene,Anne F.

This course offers practice in a range of prose styles, drawn from works of both fiction and nonfiction, and invites students to try short or long pieces that suit their own interests. We focus on... more


HUMS 668
Wednesday
06:30PM - 09:00PM
25-JAN-2016 to
06-MAY-2016
New World Poetics
Garrett,Matthew Carl

God and money, love and beauty, slavery and freedom, war and death, nation and empire: the themes of early American poetry will carry us from London coffee-houses to Quaker meetinghouses, from... more


HUMS 668W
Wednesday
06:30PM - 09:00PM
25-JAN-2016 to
06-MAY-2016
New World Poetics
Garrett,Matthew Carl

God and money, love and beauty, slavery and freedom, war and death, nation and empire: the themes of early American poetry will carry us from London coffee-houses to Quaker meetinghouses, from... more


SCIE 655
Monday
06:00PM - 08:30PM
25-JAN-2016 to
06-MAY-2016
Life-Span Development
Arsenio,William

In this psychology course, we will study social and cognitive development across the life span. Topics include life-span attachment issues (e.g., early parent-child relationships); developmental... more


SCIE 670
Wednesday
06:30PM - 09:00PM
25-JAN-2016 to
06-MAY-2016
Forensic Anthropology: Human Remains and the Law
West,Jolee

Forensic anthropology is the medicolegal application of biological anthropological methods, generally pertaining to the identification of human remains. When badly decomposed, burned, and... more


SCIE 670W
Wednesday
06:30PM - 09:00PM
25-JAN-2016 to
06-MAY-2016
Forensic Anthropology: Human Remains and the Law
West,Jolee

Forensic anthropology is the medicolegal application of biological anthropological methods, generally pertaining to the identification of human remains. When badly decomposed, burned, and... more


SOCS 613
Tuesday
06:00PM - 08:30PM
25-JAN-2016 to
06-MAY-2016
Fully Enrolled
The Politics of the Modern Global Economy
Gallarotti,Giulio

This course is an introduction to major issues in the politics of today's global economy. We will cover such broad topics as globalization, trade, monetary relations, imperialism, debt, foreign... more


SOCS 646
Monday
06:00PM - 08:30PM
25-JAN-2016 to
06-MAY-2016
Race and Formation of the Modern World System
Eudell,Demetrius L.

This course examines the idea of "Race" as a belief system specific to the epistemological field of Western culture. In this vein, it begins with the emergence of proto-forms of this concept in the... more


SOCS 655
Monday
06:00PM - 08:30PM
25-JAN-2016 to
06-MAY-2016
Life-Span Development
Arsenio,William

In this psychology course, we will study social and cognitive development across the life span. Topics include life-span attachment issues (e.g., early parent-child relationships); developmental... more


SOCS 670
Wednesday
06:30PM - 09:00PM
25-JAN-2016 to
06-MAY-2016
Forensic Anthropology: Human Remains and the Law
West,Jolee

Forensic anthropology is the medicolegal application of biological anthropological methods, generally pertaining to the identification of human remains. When badly decomposed, burned, and... more


SOCS 670W
Wednesday
06:30PM - 09:00PM
25-JAN-2016 to
06-MAY-2016
Fully Enrolled
Forensic Anthropology: Human Remains and the Law
West,Jolee

Forensic anthropology is the medicolegal application of biological anthropological methods, generally pertaining to the identification of human remains. When badly decomposed, burned, and... more



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