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Summer 2021

ARTS 633
Monday through Friday
09:00AM - 05:00PM
21-JUN-2021 to
25-JUN-2021
Love, Sex and Marriage in Renaissance Europe
Meere,Michael

This seminar compares literary depictions of love, sex, and marriage from the fourteenth to the seventeenth centuries by writers from England, France, Germany, Italy, the Low Countries, Spain, and Sweden. (N.B. Students will be able to study... more

ARTS 644
Monday & Wednesday
06:00PM - 09:20PM
28-JUN-2021 to
27-JUL-2021
Capturing Stories: Smartphone Documentary Filmmaking
Luckow,Sandra Karen

This course is an introduction to the art and craft of documentary filmmaking, and to the difficult challenges and complex techniques of the form. Students learn to use the basic technological/creative tools to capture and edit moving images and... more

ARTS 665
Tuesday & Thursday
09:00AM - 12:20PM
28-JUN-2021 to
27-JUL-2021
Advanced Photographic Portfolio
Belanger,Marion

This class is for students who wish to work on independent projects with the goal of creating a cohesive and technically strong body of work. The course will address one's understanding of photography's unique vocabulary and will further... more

EDHD 612
Monday & Wednesday
06:00PM - 09:20PM
28-JUN-2021 to
27-JUL-2021
The Science of the Brain
Garrett,Noel R

This course is an introduction to mammalian nervous system, with emphasis on the structure and function of the human brain. Topics include the function of nerve cells, sensory systems, control of movement, learning and memory, and diseases of the... more

EDHD 624
Tuesday & Thursday
06:00PM - 09:20PM
26-MAY-2021 to
24-JUN-2021
Decolonizing Education
Colvin,Demetrius James

Who determines what is true and worth knowing? How has the construction of knowledge and academic traditions from across the globe been impacted by such phenomena as (post)modernity, (neo)colonialism, and (neo)liberalism? Why do any of the... more

EDHD 655
Monday & Wednesday
06:00PM - 09:20PM
26-MAY-2021 to
24-JUN-2021
Psychopathology and Psychotherapy in Film: Portrayal and Impact
D'Andrea,Jennifer

The experience of mental illness as well as the work of psychotherapy are recurrent themes in popular movies. This course will seek to help students understand how portrayals of mental illness and psychotherapy impact the ways in which viewers... more

HUMS 623
Monday & Wednesday
01:00PM - 04:20PM
28-JUN-2021 to
27-JUL-2021
Experience of Time
Greene,Anne F.

This writing course focuses on the way writers can represent complex experiences of time. Writers of both fiction and nonfiction need to be able to set up a chronology of events; suggest duration or change, continuity or discontinuity; define... more

HUMS 633
Monday through Friday
09:00AM - 05:00PM
21-JUN-2021 to
25-JUN-2021
Love, Sex and Marriage in Renaissance Europe
Meere,Michael

This seminar compares literary depictions of love, sex, and marriage from the fourteenth to the seventeenth centuries by writers from England, France, Germany, Italy, the Low Countries, Spain, and Sweden. (N.B. Students will be able to study... more

HUMS 634
Tuesday & Thursday
06:00PM - 09:20PM
28-JUN-2021 to
27-JUL-2021
Cancelled
Writing Poetry: Techniques, Innovation and Social Change
Perez,Jonathan Andrew

The Creative Writing Workshop is open to both new and accomplished poets with an interest in expanding the boundaries of assumptions about what it means to be a writer of color, or writer writing within a social justice context. We will investigate... more

HUMS 635
Monday through Friday
10:00AM - 04:00PM
21-JUN-2021 to
25-JUN-2021
Whose Whale? Approaches to Reading Moby-Dick
Baraw,Charles

Schedule: Students who register for this class will be expected to complete the reading before the start of class and to join a shared discussion on a Moodle blog 1-to-2 weeks before class. One synchronous introductory meeting will be held during... more

HUMS 667
Monday through Friday
09:00AM - 05:00PM
21-JUN-2021 to
25-JUN-2021
The Elements and Tradition of American Dissent
Dunson,Stephanie E.

In the past ten years, American society has increasingly become more polarized. From politics to education, from race relations to climate change, our nation's views seem characterized by deep division and unbendable beliefs. And yet many... more

SCIE 612
Monday & Wednesday
06:00PM - 09:20PM
28-JUN-2021 to
27-JUL-2021
The Science of the Brain
Garrett,Noel R

This course is an introduction to mammalian nervous system, with emphasis on the structure and function of the human brain. Topics include the function of nerve cells, sensory systems, control of movement, learning and memory, and diseases of the... more

SCIE 614
Tuesday & Thursday
01:00PM - 04:20PM
28-JUN-2021 to
27-JUL-2021
Epic Journeys: Animal Migrations Across the Globe
Hammerson,Geoffrey

Wildlife migrations are among Earth's most impressive natural phenomena. Consider the physiological stamina and navigational skills of a shorebird finishing up a grueling nesting season in Alaska, then embarking on a migration that requires a... more

SCIE 655
Monday & Wednesday
06:00PM - 09:20PM
26-MAY-2021 to
24-JUN-2021
Psychopathology and Psychotherapy in Film: Portrayal and Impact
D'Andrea,Jennifer

The experience of mental illness as well as the work of psychotherapy are recurrent themes in popular movies. This course will seek to help students understand how portrayals of mental illness and psychotherapy impact the ways in which viewers... more

SOCS 602
Note: Special Schedule
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28-JUN-2021 to
27-JUL-2021
Sexual Politics
Rosewarne,Lauren

This subject introduces ideas developed in feminist theory about the social and political construction of areas of experience relating to the body, gender and sexuality. Issues analyzed in the subject include transsexualism, reproduction,... more

SOCS 624
Tuesday & Thursday
06:00PM - 09:20PM
26-MAY-2021 to
24-JUN-2021
Decolonizing Education
Colvin,Demetrius James

Who determines what is true and worth knowing? How has the construction of knowledge and academic traditions from across the globe been impacted by such phenomena as (post)modernity, (neo)colonialism, and (neo)liberalism? Why do any of the... more

SOCS 630
Tuesday & Thursday
06:00PM - 09:20PM
28-JUN-2021 to
27-JUL-2021
The Evolution of Government: The Rise of the Modern Nation-State
Gallarotti,Giulio

Schedule: Tuesday & Thursday, 6:00pm-9:20pm. This course is synchronous, but will record class for students who wish to take the course asynchronously. This course will analyze the principal movements and processes which have led to the rise... more

SOCS 639
Monday & Wednesday
09:00AM - 12:20PM
28-JUN-2021 to
27-JUL-2021
Europe in the Age of Violence, 1914-1945
Greene,Nathanael

We will study the history of Europe during a period of unprecedented conflict and nearly uninterrupted turmoil. Two world wars, revolutions, social and national antagonisms, ideological combat, racial hatreds, and extraordinary political leaders,... more

SOCS 655
Monday & Wednesday
06:00PM - 09:20PM
26-MAY-2021 to
24-JUN-2021
Psychopathology and Psychotherapy in Film: Portrayal and Impact
D'Andrea,Jennifer

The experience of mental illness as well as the work of psychotherapy are recurrent themes in popular movies. This course will seek to help students understand how portrayals of mental illness and psychotherapy impact the ways in which viewers... more

SOCS 667
Monday through Friday
09:00AM - 05:00PM
21-JUN-2021 to
25-JUN-2021
The Elements and Tradition of American Dissent
Dunson,Stephanie E.

In the past ten years, American society has increasingly become more polarized. From politics to education, from race relations to climate change, our nation's views seem characterized by deep division and unbendable beliefs. And yet many... 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.).