Courses for Fall 2005
The listings here are designed to allow Unit students to easily find and select courses relevant to their interests across a wide range of disciplines. All the courses listed here are suitable for fulfilling Unit Certification Requirements. You should note, however, that this list is not exhaustive; with the permission of the Unit Director, courses not listed here may be counted toward certification.
Links to past course listings will be posted in our Archives section soon.
- ANTH480, Gottlieb, "Interpretive Anthropology"
- ANTH512, Keller, "Language and Culture"
- ANTH515B, Bellows, "Nation and the Politics of Fertility and Sexuality"
- ANTH515F, Farnell, "Body, Person, and Cultural Theory"
- ANTH564, Silverman, "Museum Theory and Practice"
- ARTH591, Rush, "Modern and Contemporary (client-driven) African Art"
- CINE503, Hay,"Current Directions in the Historiography of Cinema and Technologies of Visualization."
COMM580 Denzin, Qualitative Methods and Performance Ethnography
COMM590 McCarthy, Globalization Communications and Culture
- COMM577 Christians, Philosophy of Technology
- CWL501 Rushing, Modern Critical Theory
- CWL581, Blake, "Que vuoi? Symptom and desire."
- EALC550, Xu,"Globalization and China."
- ENGL559G, Maxwell. " The Jazz Page: Modern Black Music and American Literary Modernism."
ENGL563E, Hansen. " Terror and the State of Modernity"
- ENGL563G, Nelson. "Holocaust Poetry."
- ENGL564, Lesser and Foote. "Discipline and Publish: Theories of Form and Professional Developments."
- ENGL581E, Markley. "Literature, Science, and Ecology: Contested Pasts, Alternative Futures."
ENGL581V, Rothberg. " Modern Critical Theory: An Advanced Introduction."
- HIST591, Prochaska, "Theorizing History, Historicizing Theory"
- HIST502MT, Todorova, "Comparative Nationalism"
- PSYC525 Garnsey, Psycholinguistics
- SOC560, Pieterse, Globalization Dynamics Debates