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  • Solomon, Asali (January , 2015)
    Students in the Advanced Fiction Workshop will not only continue to hone the basic elements of their fiction, including character development, dialogue, plot and prose style, but will focus much of their efforts on ...
  • Solomon, Asali (September , 2014)
    This course will explore the glorious art and stringent discipline of storytelling through a focus on the fundamental elements of fiction: character, plot and language, both in narrative and dialogue. Students will develop ...
  • Curl, Heather (January , 2015)
    This is the culminating seminar for students completing the Minor at Bryn Mawr or Haverford Colleges, and is open only to students completing the minor. Drawing on the diverse contexts in which participants complete their ...
  • Grabell, Neal (September , 2014)
    An introduction to financial accounting concepts, financial reporting, and managerial accounting. The course will address how accounting measures, records and reports economic activities for business entities and how ...
  • Grabell, Neal (September , 2014)
    An introduction to financial accounting concepts, financial reporting, and managerial accounting. The course will address how accounting measures, records and reports economic activities for business entities and how ...
  • Ladva, Nimisha (September , 2014)
    This course considers students’ fluid relationship to identities that they examine, explore, and take on through course materials. We begin by examining how difference is perceived/obscured/challenged and/or bridged in ...
  • Sato, Tetsuya; Kobayashi, Minako (September , 2014)
    This course is designed for students learning Japanese as a foreign language to acquire beginning(Novice)-level Japanese language proficiency in an intensive, semi-immersion setting. It is "intense" because we will meet ...
  • Sato, Tetsuya; Kobayaski, Minako (January , 2015)
    This course is designed for you to continue to learn beginning(Novice)-level Japanese language in an intensive, semi-immersion setting. It is "intense" because we will meet six lesson hours in class every week, and you are ...
  • McCormick, Lisa (January , 2015)
    This seminar is the first part of a two-course sequence designed to introduce students to sociology through an examination of its theoretical traditions. While both courses are autonomous, together they provide a solid ...
  • Gordon, Elizabeth (January , 2015)
    Just as we can scientifically study the behavior of other species, so too can we study human behavior and humans. This course provides an introduction to such a scientific approach as we examine human behavior, cognition, ...
  • Lilgendahl, Jennifer (January , 2015)
    The purpose of this course is to provide students with an appreciation for the scientific approach to the study of human behavior, and to expose students to the range of topics that comprise modern scientific psychology. ...
  • Gordon, Elizabeth (September , 2014)
    This course provides an introduction to the scientific study of human experience, including behavior, cognition, and emotion. Topics include biological, cognitive, personality, social, and abnormal psychology, as well as ...
  • Gillihan, Seth (September , 2014)
    This course provides an introduction to the scientific study of mind and behavior. Topics include biological, cognitive, personality, social, and abnormal psychology, as well as a general consideration of the empirical ...
  • Setter, Kevin (September , 2014)
    In the early 17th century, the scientist Galileo Galilei had a very good idea: in order to make sense of this complex world of ours, first imagine stripping the universe down to a tiny, simplified subsystem; next, discover ...
  • Cross, Dan (January , 2015)
    This course is more narrow in scope than 105, focusing almost exclusively on electricity and magnetism as separate and as unified phenomenon. The unification of these two seemingly distinct entities held and continues to ...
  • Mercurio, Jeremiah (September , 2014)
    This course aims to help students develop as academic writers and critical thinkers. To meet this goal, we will engage in a range of activities designed to improve critical reasoning, rhetorical aptitude, and analytical-reading ...
  • Ball, Richard (September , 2014)
    This course will develop the notions of what constitutes a game, how we define an equilibrium to a game, and how our representations of and solutions to games change when we introduce some complications—notably sequential ...

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