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Fall 2021

ARTS 625
Wednesday
06:00PM - 09:00PM
06-SEP-2021 to
18-DEC-2021
Monotype Printmaking
Shinohara,Keiji

The monotype print is a free form of printmaking more akin to painting than to the traditional woodcut or etched print. It is also a process in which the artist encounters fewer technical difficulties than in other traditional printmaking methods.... more

ARTS 627
Wednesday
06:30PM - 09:00PM
06-SEP-2021 to
18-DEC-2021
Digital Storytelling
Simms,Jason

Synchronous online course The art and practice of storytelling is assuredly almost as old as the advent of formal language itself, and for nearly all of that time, with few exceptions individual storytellers have been bounded within an analog... more

ARTS 634
Monday
06:00PM - 08:30PM
06-SEP-2021 to
18-DEC-2021
The Impressionists and Their World: Painting in 19th Century France
Tokumitsu,Miya

This course focuses on developments in French painting over the nineteenth century. We will examine numerous artistic movements including Romanticism, Realism, and Impressionism against the political upheavals that shaped French society during this... more

EDHD 627
Wednesday
06:30PM - 09:00PM
06-SEP-2021 to
18-DEC-2021
Digital Storytelling
Simms,Jason

Synchronous online course The art and practice of storytelling is assuredly almost as old as the advent of formal language itself, and for nearly all of that time, with few exceptions individual storytellers have been bounded within an analog... more

EDHD 677
Monday
07:00PM - 09:30PM
06-SEP-2021 to
18-DEC-2021
Psychopathology and Society
Garrett,Noel R

The purpose of this course is to provide an introduction to mental disorders in adult humans. We will discuss diagnostic issues and methods used to study psychopathology. We will also examine a variety of mental disorders from several different... more

HUMS 612
Monday
06:00PM - 08:30PM
06-SEP-2021 to
18-DEC-2021
Literature of Travel
Bonner,Jeanne M.

"[W]hat raises travel writing to literature is not what the writer brings to the place, but what the place draws out of the writer." (William Zinsser) Travel literature has been one of the most fundamental subgenres of writing since humans first... more

HUMS 623
Thursday
06:00PM - 08:30PM
06-SEP-2021 to
18-DEC-2021
Writing as Daily Ritual

Students will write a short piece of creative prose - fiction or non-fiction - five days a week for the first eleven weeks of the semester. These daily themes will be based on prompts that can be used flexibly as a springboard for creative writing.... more

HUMS 627
Wednesday
06:30PM - 09:00PM
06-SEP-2021 to
18-DEC-2021
Digital Storytelling
Simms,Jason

Synchronous online course The art and practice of storytelling is assuredly almost as old as the advent of formal language itself, and for nearly all of that time, with few exceptions individual storytellers have been bounded within an analog... more

HUMS 628
Tuesday
06:00PM - 08:30PM
06-SEP-2021 to
18-DEC-2021
Victorian Female Novelists and British Society
Golden,James Joseph

Nineteenth-century Britain was the first society to experience rapid urbanization and industrialization. It was the center of an unprecedented global empire, the workshop of the world, and a deeply Christian society wracked with anxiety. Its... more

SCIE 632
Tuesday
07:00PM - 09:30PM
06-SEP-2021 to
18-DEC-2021
History of Astronomy
Kilgard,Roy E.

Since the dawn of human consciousness, we have gazed at the sky with wonder and pondered our place amongst the heavens. In this class, we will discuss the key discoveries of astronomy and the people who made them, placing these discoveries in... more

SCIE 677
Monday
07:00PM - 09:30PM
06-SEP-2021 to
18-DEC-2021
Psychopathology and Society
Garrett,Noel R

The purpose of this course is to provide an introduction to mental disorders in adult humans. We will discuss diagnostic issues and methods used to study psychopathology. We will also examine a variety of mental disorders from several different... more

SOCS 602
TBA
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06-SEP-2021 to
18-DEC-2021
Gender and International Politics
Rosewarne,Lauren

Fully-asynchronous course This subject will look at issues of gender and sexuality in an international context. It will cover war and militarism and their effect on women, the international division of labor, the effects of religious... more

SOCS 628
Tuesday
06:00PM - 08:30PM
06-SEP-2021 to
18-DEC-2021
Victorian Female Novelists and British Society
Golden,James Joseph

Nineteenth-century Britain was the first society to experience rapid urbanization and industrialization. It was the center of an unprecedented global empire, the workshop of the world, and a deeply Christian society wracked with anxiety. Its... more

SOCS 632
Tuesday
07:00PM - 09:30PM
06-SEP-2021 to
18-DEC-2021
History of Astronomy
Kilgard,Roy E.

Since the dawn of human consciousness, we have gazed at the sky with wonder and pondered our place amongst the heavens. In this class, we will discuss the key discoveries of astronomy and the people who made them, placing these discoveries in... more

SOCS 636
Thursday
07:00PM - 09:30PM
06-SEP-2021 to
18-DEC-2021
Witnessing Justice: Race, Law and American History
Perez,Jonathan Andrew

This course is an exploration of America's history of racial inequality and injustice and the way that narratives about our racial history have been shaped by the law and legal institutions. You should at the end of this course (1) have a... more

SOCS 677
Monday
07:00PM - 09:30PM
06-SEP-2021 to
18-DEC-2021
Psychopathology and Society
Garrett,Noel R

The purpose of this course is to provide an introduction to mental disorders in adult humans. We will discuss diagnostic issues and methods used to study psychopathology. We will also examine a variety of mental disorders from several different... more


Due to the pandemic, Spring 2021 courses have been moved to online/remote-learning formats. All courses subject to change.

Course Options

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.

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