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  • Miller, Jerry (September , 2014)
    This course examines efforts over the last century to engage the ethical without recourse to formal systems or foundational principles. How do we contemplate value outside of an absolute ground as instead a condition of ...
  • Curl, Heather (September , 2014)
    This is designed to be the first course students take if they are interested in pursuing one of the options offered through the Bryn Mawr/Haverford Education Program. These options include state certification at the secondary ...
  • Ngwane, Zolani (September , 2014)
    This course is a historical overview of some classic and contemporary ethnographic studies of Africa. The course focuses on the contribution of social anthropology to our understanding of the history, politics and ...
  • Farber, Paul (September , 2014)
    Whether as statues, walls, plaques, parks, or other commemorative structures, memorials and monuments are regular features of urban topography. Such ”sites of memory” not only instruct us about significant events of the ...
  • DeHaven, Brian (September , 2014)
    This course will focus on recent scientific literature of important disease-causing viruses. Much of the class will be spent on current novel outbreaks (Ebola, Chikungunya, Enterovirus), but time will also be spent on more ...
  • Curl, Heather (September , 2014)
    The primary goal of this course is to teach you how to teach. This will be accomplished using a variety of methods: through readings and reflections, discussions among yourselves and with me, lessons with experienced ...
  • Isaacs, Anita (September , 2014)
    This course is envisioned simultaneously as a research seminar and a seminar about qualitative research in comparative politics. It is designed to guide you through the various stages of the research design process, from ...
  • Borowiak, Craig (September , 2014)
    This is a research-intensive course geared towards advanced students (including especially senior political majors) who are prepared to undertake a significant research project for the duration of the semester. For many ...
  • McGovern, Steve (September , 2014)
    This research seminar is intended to serve two functions for political science majors. First, it is a capstone seminar that gives students an opportunity to reflect upon the condition of democracy in America. Second, the ...
  • Hoang, Rachel (January , 2015)
    When you look around in your everyday life it is possible to find a vast array of different kinds of animals, from ants to humans to squirrels and everything in between! All the more incredible is the fact that this ...
  • Corbin, Kathryne (January , 2015)
    Objectifs du cours Grâce au travail de groupe, à nos discussions, aux exposés et aux travaux écrits, vous pourrez : 1) Identifier et évaluer les grands événements et les principaux changements qui ont marqué la France moderne ...
  • Tensuan, Theresa (September , 2014)
    In this course we will read a range of graphic narratives ranging from Robert Crumb's illustration of The Book of Genesis to Alison Bechdel's "tragicomic" Fun Home to Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely's reimagination of ...
  • Corbin, Kathryne (January , 2015)
    Dans ce cours, nous aborderons l’influence que l’industrie culturelle parisienne exerce sur la littérature, la mode, les divertissements et les loisirs des hommes et des femmes, dont les pratiques culturelles changent ...
  • Manning, Rob (September , 2014)
    It’s an introduction to a big field in applied math: dynamical sys- tems, a name given to a range of mathematical models for systems that evolve over time. We will study both the case where time evolves in discrete steps ...
  • Tecosky-Feldman, Jeff (May , 2014)
    Starting with simple, one-dimensional dynamical systems, we'll look at how to model problems in biology, economics and epidemiology, looking for answers to the question \What happens in the long run?" Later we'll introduce ...
  • Yurdin, Joel (January , 2015)
    How can we think all that we actually do think? What is the nature of human knowledge, and what are its limits? What is mind-independent reality like? What is a person, and what are the identity conditions for persons? ...
  • Jilani, Saleha (January , 2015)
    This is a survey course on the economic development and recent transitional experience in China and India. The course will examine the economic structure and policies in the two countries, with a focus on comparing China ...
  • Parameswaran, Giri (January , 2015)
    This is an advanced course in applied microeconomic theory. Using mathematical tools we study the following topics: (i) Theories of choice under uncertainty, including measures and attitudes towards risk. (ii) Applications ...
  • Ball, Richard (January , 2015)
    In this course, you will learn the basics of using statistical data to do research on economic and social issues. Doing statistical research in the social sciences requires several skills: an understanding of some basic ...
  • Corbin, Kathryne (September , 2014)
    This is the first course in a two-part series of beginning French. This course will help you develop your French skills in a comprehensive manner, including proficiency building in all the four language skills of ...

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