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  • Smith, Jakov (January , 2015)
    This course provides an introduction to basic research methods and resources in the field of East Asian studies. Our source materials include a survey history of East Asia; monographic and article-length studies of ...
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  • Solomon, Carol (September , 2014)
    This interdisciplinary course will use a variety of critical approaches to explore European art in the context of political, social, and cultural developments in the period from the late eighteenth century to the mid-nineteenth ...
  • Willman, Beth (September , 2014)
    This is a one semester survey course that satisfies the QU and NA requirements, but is intended for non-science majors. We will discuss and analyze a broad range of astronomical phenomenon, from properties of the night ...
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  • Tamayo, Ana (September , 2014)
    This course aims to give you a working knowledge of Spanish. You will learn the basic intermediate level of the language that will permit them to communicate (with some difficulty) about topics related to their personal ...
  • Huberman, Ariana (September , 2014)
    This course aims to give you a working knowledge of Spanish. You will learn the basic intermediate level of the language that will permit them to communicate (with some difficulty) about topics related to their personal ...
  • Owens, David (September , 2014)
    Behavioral Economics is a field of study based on the belief that economic models should use assumptions that are as reflective as possible of human behavior. In the course, we will relax the assumptions of canonical economic ...
  • Cavanaugh, Dan (January , 2015)
    This course introduces students to the field of behavioral neuroscience. We will begin by providing a solid foundation of fundamental concepts in neuroscience, including functional neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, neurochemistry ...
  • Freedman, Richard (September , 2014)
    This course ranges from the conservatories of Naples to opera houses of Vienna and Paris. Music by Pergolesi, Gluck, Haydn, Mozart, the young Beethoven, and many others; debates on music and language; the craft of ...
  • Finley, C. Stephen (January , 2015)
  • Prokop-Prigge, Kate (January , 2015)
    The ability to read and understand research articles and the ability to present complex topics to others are vital skills for any chemist. These skills will be emphasized in this course. This course will run in a seminar ...
  • Schilling, Carol (September , 2014)
    This seminar asks students returning from their Center for Peace and Global Citizenship internships to deepen their understanding of social injustices regarding health, illness, and healing by integrating their experiential ...
  • Ochoa Espejo, Paulina (January , 2015)
    In the last decade the idea of globalization and mobility across traditional boundaries has become a cliché. Yet for all the talk about “border crossing”, “globalization,” “cosmopolitanism,” and “a borderless world,” the ...
  • Farber, Paul (September , 2014)
    Urban spaces are sites of dynamic connection, but may also be defined by their established boundaries. Walls and fences are just some of the forms of demarcation; legacies of inequality also forcefully structure cities. ...
  • Gangadean, Ashok (September , 2014)
    A critical exploration of classical Indian Buddhist thought in a global and comparative context, focusing on the global influence of Buddha's awakening and the philosophical articulation of this. The course begins with a ...
  • Grabell, Neal (September , 2014)
  • Beazley, Elizabeth; Lippel, David; Tecosky-Feldman, Jeff (September , 2014)
  • Feinberg, Gabriel; Greene, Curtis (January , 2015)

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