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  • Gillihan, Seth (January , 2015)
    This course provides a review of the major clinical and theoretical literature on the definition, etiology, and treatment of important forms of psychopathology.
  • Tecosky-Feldman, Jeff (January , 2015)
    Math 216 studies multivariable calculus using the tools of linear algebra. Basic ideas from one-variable calculus, such as the derivative, integral and Taylor series are studied in the more general setting of n dimensions. ...
  • Huang, Shizhe (September , 2014)
    The courses in the “Advanced Chinese” series are the culmination of language training in the Bi-college Chinese program. Students can repeat such courses in the series since each has a different theme over a two-year (or ...
  • Mudd, Shannon (September , 2014)
    This course introduces the principles of finance needed by financial managers in a corporate environment. The primary focus is developing tools to make capital investment plans and to determine appropriate financing for ...
  • Funari, Vicky (January , 2015)
    This studio class will explore the craft of documentary filmmaking beyond the basics. Students will produce fully-developed short documentaries. We will focus on how to translate a non-fiction idea into a time-based media ...
  • Meneely, Philip (September , 2014)
  • Michelotti, Graciela (January , 2015)
    Students will practice already learned language structures while aiming at obtaining a more complex command of Spanish at the oral and written levels. This will be accomplished while analyzing cultural texts (poems, short ...
  • Michelotti, Graciela (January , 2015)
    Students will practice already learned language structures while aiming at obtaining a more complex command of Spanish at the oral and written levels. This will be accomplished while analyzing cultural texts (poems, short ...
  • Sato, Tetsuya (January , 2015)
  • Suzuki, Kimiko (September , 2014)
  • Amador Kane, Suzanne (January , 2015)
    In this course we will discuss the fundamentals of quantum mechanics, beginning with the physics of finite dimensional Hilbert spaces, illustrated by the important physical concept of spin. This approach allows us to examine ...
  • Cacioppo, Curt (September , 2014)
  • Anyinefa, Koffi (September , 2014)
    En 1994, le monde a assisté, impuissant, au génocide des Tutsi au Rwanda. Comme on pouvait s’y attendre, plusieurs publications on vu le jour au lendemain de cet horrible événement, entre autres de nombreux textes ...
  • Ben-Shai, Roy (January , 2015)
    French philosopher Gilles Deleuze (1925-1995) revolted against the negativity that, he believed, plagues much of the mainstream philosophical canon. Whether by uncovering a hidden truth beneath appearances, or by postulating ...
  • Ben-Shai, Roy (January , 2015)
    French philosopher Gilles Deleuze (1925-1995) revolted against the negativity that, he believed, plagues much of the mainstream philosophical canon. Whether by uncovering a hidden truth beneath appearances, or by postulating ...
  • Reckson, Lindsay (September , 2014)
    In the long history of capital punishment in the U.S., writers and artists have played an active role in shaping—rather than simply reflecting—public discourse around justice and punishment. This course examines the history ...
  • Algebra I 
    Feinberg, Gabriel (September , 2014)
    Course Description: This is the first semester of a two-semester sequence covering the fun- damental structures of abstract algebra (groups, rings, fields, associative algebras, vector spaces, modules) with many important ...
  • Milicevic, Liz (January , 2015)
    The three main players in the field of abstract algebra are groups, rings, and fields. Having studied groups in depth last semester, this course opens with an introduction to rings and fields, and then proceeds to put ...
  • Hall, Barbara (September , 2014)
    This seminar explores major themes in and ethnographically grounded perspectives on the academic study of the United States. We will do so primarily (although not exclusively) through the disciplinary lenses available to ...
  • Oberfield, Zachary (September , 2014)
    This course will introduce you to the American political system and the core theories that seek to explain U.S. politics. We will cover basic information, like what Congress does and how the Electoral College operates, as ...

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