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  • Cassidy, Kim; Lytle, Jesse; Weiss, Daniel (September , 2014)
    This course will examine the distinct roles of residential liberal arts colleges in the United States, the current structure and practices of liberal arts colleges, and the future of this type of undergraduate education ...
  • Cassidy, Kim; Lytle, Jesse; Weiss, Daniel (September , 2014)
    This course will examine the distinct roles of residential liberal arts colleges in the United States, the current structure and practices of liberal arts colleges, and the future of this type of undergraduate education ...
  • Roebuck, Christopher (September , 2014)
    How do studies of anthropos proceed? What are their subjects and objects? What sorts of methods, analytics, and theories do they engage and (re)create? Can it be said that anthropology is a form of cultural critique? If ...
  • Roberts, Deborah (September , 2014)
    In this course we investigate central texts in western literary theory from ancient Greece to nineteenth-century Europe, with attention to key critical concepts. Topics of discussion will include the nature and origin of ...
  • Roberts, Deborah (September , 2014)
    In this course we investigate central texts in western literary theory from ancient Greece to nineteenth-century Europe, with attention to key critical concepts. Topics of discussion will include the nature and origin of ...
  • Roberts, Deborah (September , 2014)
    In this course we investigate central texts in western literary theory from ancient Greece to nineteenth-century Europe, with attention to key critical concepts. Topics of discussion will include the nature and origin of ...
  • Burshatin, Israel (September , 2014)
    This course examines cultural production in the frontier cultures of medieval Iberia against a background of collaboration and violence among Islamic, Christian, and Jewish communities, and the subsequent transformations ...
  • Burshatin, Israel (September , 2014)
    This course examines cultural production in the frontier cultures of medieval Iberia against a background of collaboration and violence among Islamic, Christian, and Jewish communities, and the subsequent transformations ...
  • Owen, Judy (September , 2014)
    Immunology is a fluid subject, and, as you will see, each of the topics blends into the ones on either side. The timing with which we will cover the material on this syllabus is therefore quite tentative, and we will ...
  • Mudd, Shannon (September , 2014)
    Economic development efforts were once dominated by large, macro-level projects and efforts to address systemic problems. More recently, efforts have shifted toward smaller scale, narrowly focused strategies that specifically ...
  • Mudd, Shannon (September , 2014)
    Economic development efforts were once dominated by large, macro-level projects and efforts to address systemic problems. More recently, efforts have shifted toward smaller scale, narrowly focused strategies that specifically ...
  • Henkel, Brook (January , 2015)
    Representing the Holocaust has often been posed as a limit or impossibility in the literary and visual arts. Despite such statements, we find numerous instances of artists turning to literature, film, and other aesthetic ...
  • Lambie-Hanson, Timothy (January , 2015)
    The course studies firm behavior in imperfect competition. The course begins by studying topics of monopoly behavior including multiproduct monopolies, price discrimination, and vertical control. ...

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