Fall 2022 Courses

Arts

ARTS 617
Wednesday
07:00PM - 09:30PM
Music and Downtown New York
Charry,Eric

The three square miles south of Fourteenth Street in downtown Manhattan encompassing Greenwich Village, the East Village, the Lower East Side, and SoHo have been a cultural magnet unlike any other place. The music and communities created here in... more

EDHD

EDHD 601
Monday
06:00PM - 08:30PM
The Dig: An Exploration of the Research Process
Knight,Glenn

ONLINE This course is designed for students who are considering writing Capstones, research-based tutorials, and pursuing their doctorates. Throughout this course, we will discuss research methodologies, resources available at Wesleyan, how... more

EDHD 634
Note: Special Schedule
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Family Trauma Through Literature
Wolfsdorf,Adam

IMMERSION - Please Note: Special Schedule When Lear asks his children to attest which of them "doth love us most?", or when Willy Loman screams at Biff "I am not a dime a dozen. I am Willy Loman and you are Biff Loman", what do these parents want,... more

EDHD 634W
Note: Special Schedule
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Family Trauma Through Literature
Wolfsdorf,Adam

IMMERSION - Please Note: Special Schedule When Lear asks his children to attest which of them "doth love us most?", or when Willy Loman screams at Biff "I am not a dime a dozen. I am Willy Loman and you are Biff Loman", what do these parents want,... more

EDHD 655
Tuesday
06:30PM - 09:00PM
Life-Span Development
Arsenio,William

This course provides an overview of developmental issues accross the life span. One theme involves how we are all similar at different ages - what does it mean to be a 1-year-old, a 7-year-old, or a 42-year-old? And how do we change over time, what... more

Humanities

HUMS 634
Note: Special Schedule
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Family Trauma Through Literature
Wolfsdorf,Adam

IMMERSION - Please Note: Special Schedule When Lear asks his children to attest which of them "doth love us most?", or when Willy Loman screams at Biff "I am not a dime a dozen. I am Willy Loman and you are Biff Loman", what do these parents want,... more

HUMS 634W
Note: Special Schedule
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Family Trauma Through Literature
Wolfsdorf,Adam

IMMERSION - Please Note: Special Schedule When Lear asks his children to attest which of them "doth love us most?", or when Willy Loman screams at Biff "I am not a dime a dozen. I am Willy Loman and you are Biff Loman", what do these parents want,... more

HUMS 682
Thursday
06:30PM - 09:00PM
Writing the Novella
Pretorius,Michelle

ONLINE In this course we'll examine the demands of writing long form fiction and the novella in particular. The novella exists as a distinct literary form and has its own demands and expectations. Long enough for the reader to get lost in,... more

Sciences

SCIE 622
Thursday
06:00PM - 08:30PM
Psychology and Religious Experience
D'Andrea,Jennifer

This course seeks to create a dialogue between the disciplines of psychology and religion: participants will learn what the field of psychology has to offer religion and religious experience, and they will also learn the ways in which religion and... more

SCIE 655
Tuesday
06:30PM - 09:00PM
Life-Span Development
Arsenio,William

This course provides an overview of developmental issues accross the life span. One theme involves how we are all similar at different ages - what does it mean to be a 1-year-old, a 7-year-old, or a 42-year-old? And how do we change over time, what... more

Social Sciences

SOCS 622
Thursday
06:00PM - 08:30PM
Psychology and Religious Experience
D'Andrea,Jennifer

This course seeks to create a dialogue between the disciplines of psychology and religion: participants will learn what the field of psychology has to offer religion and religious experience, and they will also learn the ways in which religion and... more

SOCS 642
Thursday
06:00PM - 08:30PM
Leaders Rule Forever! In Films
Bogen,Amir

ONLINE This course explores cinematic biopics of world leaders. Through watching films, reading biographies and critical articles, we will try and understand why these well-known legendary characters - whether heroic or evil - fascinate us so... more

SOCS 649
Tuesday
06:00PM - 08:30PM
Current Topics in Development Economics
Khamis,Melanie

ONLINE In this course we try to understand the puzzle of differential economic development of countries and also specific regions. The main question that we try to understand is: Why are some countries "rich" and others "poor"? Why are some... more

SOCS 655
Tuesday
06:30PM - 09:00PM
Life-Span Development
Arsenio,William

This course provides an overview of developmental issues accross the life span. One theme involves how we are all similar at different ages - what does it mean to be a 1-year-old, a 7-year-old, or a 42-year-old? And how do we change over time, what... more

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Fall 2022 courses will include both on-campus and online options. All courses subject to change.

GLS courses have a 
variety of scheduling and
study options. 

The options available for
each course are indicated
within the 
course's description.

Here is the Key:

CERT: This course will 
count toward the req-
uirements for the 
Graduate Certificate 
in Writing.

Crosslisted: Students may 
enroll in the concentration 
option that best 
meets their academic 
needs.

FDN: This course is offered 
with a Foundational 
Writing Option

FDN-CERT: The 
Foundational Writing 
Option of this course 
will count toward the 
Graduate Certificate 
in Writing.

Hybrid: This course 
includes online class
meetings with other 
special scheduling 
features.

Immersion: This course 
will have fewer class 
meetings that will meet 
for longer periods of 
time (e.g., weekends-only,
five-day immersion, etc.).

Online: A limited number 
of seats will be offered 
for students to attend the 
course online, from 
off-campus. 
Online meetings 
are synchronous, 
meaning that students 
must be available at the 
time that class sessions 
are held so that they 
can fully participate 
in discussions.