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  • Roebuck, Christopher (September , 2014)
    This course is an introduction to medical anthropology. We emphasize how health, illness, and healing are deeply social. We aim to become familiar with broad range of topics, theoretical approaches, and research techniques ...
  • Smith, R. Tyson (January , 2015)
    The specific topics i n t h i s c o u r s e will include mental health, health care reform, medicalization, military health, comparative/international health systems, market-based approaches to health, the Affordable Care ...
  • DeHaven, Brian (January , 2015)
    This is a survey course designed to be an introduction to the wide and wonderful world of viral species that can kill and maim you and your friends. The lectures and topics in class will focus on viruses that cause ...
  • Saleh, Zainab (January , 2015)
    This course is an introduction to major anthropological theories on memory, remembrance, and forgetting. We will approach memory as a site of social practices that is situated in a political and historical context. We ...
  • Counts, Alex (March 24, 2011)
  • Mudd, Shannon (January , 2015)
    An exploration of microfinance as an approach to development and poverty alleviation through meeting the financial needs of the poor. The course will provide theoretical explanations for its methodology, evaluate empirical ...
  • Schoneveld, Erin (January , 2015)
    The art and visual culture that emerged from China, Korea, and Japan during the 20th Century continues to play an important role in global culture today. In this course, we will explore the roots of significant photography, ...
  • Pechkis, Joe (September , 2014)
    From the course catalog: This introductory course provides students who have an advanced background in mechanics with an alternative pathway into physics by exploring applications of introductory physics through a modern ...
  • Kitroeff, Alexander (June 17, 2015)
    This course uses several key countries in Southern Europe and the Middle East to understand the history of social protest in the non-industrialized “South” during the twentieth century. These Mediterranean countries lie, ...
  • Grider, Michael (January , 2015)
    Molecular Neuroscience is a lecture-based course designed to give an overview of the nervous system with a focus on molecules and cells. Student poster presentations will incorporate the molecular mechanisms we learn in ...
  • Londergan, Casey (January , 2015)
    This class will be taught partly as a tutorial, which means that beyond the first 2-3 weeks, the students will take turns presenting the material for discussion. The presentation form will vary to some extent, but the ...
  • Manning, Robert; Sabloff, Josh; Lippel, David (September , 2014)
    We will explore how to extend the fundamental notions of calculus to functions of several variables and vector fields. In particular, we will discuss how to describe and visualize them, and how to differentiate and integrate ...
  • Dugan, Leonardo (January , 2015)
    This course is an intensive introduction to the notational and theoretical materials of music, complemented by work in sight-singing, keyboard harmony, and dictation. This course is intended for students with some musical ...
  • Freedman, Richard (January , 2015)
    Examines the songs, operas, piano music and symphonic works of Berlioz, Liszt, Schubert, the Schumanns, Loewe, Wagner, Verdi, Dvorak, Mahler, and Brahms. We will learn about changing styles and forms, and we will put ...
  • Cacioppo, Curt (January , 2015)
    Through singing, listening and analysis, cultural and political readings, films and guest visits, this course attempts to reveal the diversity, complexity and beauty of representative Native Ame ...
  • Smith, Steven (January , 2015)
    The natural environment yields a large source of economic production. Most production processes rely on them (though not all). In addition, consumption of organic material is essential to our ...
  • Kelly, Mary Ellen (January , 2015)
    Throughout this course we will survey several disorders of the central nervous system, providing students with both a clinical perspective on the disease as well as a research based outlook focused on the pathophysiological ...
  • Akerfeldt, Karin; Blase, Fran; Matz, Kelly (May , 2014)
    Can networks of molecules be used as tiny filters to separate greenhouse gases? Can supramolecular structures deliver drugs to specific human target sites? Can molecules self-­‐assemble to form ...
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    Wright, Kathleen (September , 2014)
    The common understanding of the philosopher, Nietzsche, is that he is a “philosophical warrior” and a “Nay-sayer” based on his attack on Christian morality as a “slave morality” in On the Genealogy of Morality. What this ...
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