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  • Yurdin, Joel (January , 2015)
    How can we think all that we actually do think? What is the nature of human knowledge, and what are its limits? What is mind-independent reality like? What is a person, and what are the identity conditions for persons? ...
  • Jilani, Saleha (January , 2015)
    This is a survey course on the economic development and recent transitional experience in China and India. The course will examine the economic structure and policies in the two countries, with a focus on comparing China ...
  • Parameswaran, Giri (January , 2015)
    This is an advanced course in applied microeconomic theory. Using mathematical tools we study the following topics: (i) Theories of choice under uncertainty, including measures and attitudes towards risk. (ii) Applications ...
  • Ball, Richard (January , 2015)
    In this course, you will learn the basics of using statistical data to do research on economic and social issues. Doing statistical research in the social sciences requires several skills: an understanding of some basic ...
  • Corbin, Kathryne (September , 2014)
    This is the first course in a two-part series of beginning French. This course will help you develop your French skills in a comprehensive manner, including proficiency building in all the four language skills of ...
  • Swanson, Lucy (January , 2015)
    This course is designed to provide students who have already studied one semester of French (or the equivalent thereof) with the remainder of the fundamentals of the French language. This course will help you develop ...
  • Henkel, Brook (September , 2014)
    Dieses Semester werdet ihr eure deutschen Sprachkenntnisse, d.h. eure Hör-, Sprach, Lese- und Schreibfertigkeiten, vertiefen und gleichzeitig euer Wissen über die deutschsprachigen Länder erweitern. Wie ihr wisst, ist ...
  • Roy, Sydnor (January , 2015)
  • Hilferty, Loryn (September , 2014)
  • Mecugni, Anna (January , 2015)
    This course is designed for beginners who have already some basic knowledge of Italian. Its goal is to give students the opportunity to review and expand their oral/aural and reading/writing proficiency in Italian. During ...
  • Mecugni, Anna (January , 2015)
    This course is designed for beginners who have already some basic knowledge of Italian. Its goal is to give students the opportunity to review and expand their oral/aural and reading/writing proficiency in Italian. During ...
  • Roy, Sydnor (September , 2014)
    his is the first part of a two-semester sequence for elementary Latin. In this semester, we will learn Latin grammar, syntax, and vocabulary. We will also get a good introduction to Latin literature, Roman culture and ...
  • Huberman, Ariana (January , 2015)
    This course is the second part of the introduction to the Spanish language. Both parts of Elementary Spanish need to be taken consecutively in one school year. The goal for this course is to achieve a basic level of ...
  • Huberman, Ariana (September , 2014)
    This course is the first part of the introduction to the Spanish language. You will need to take the second part (Spanish 002) in the Spring. Both parts of Elementary Spanish need to be taken consecutively in one school ...
  • Roebuck, Christopher (January , 2015)
    This is a course about bodies, about power, about violence, about action, about time. It asks: how do technologies of imperialist control and domination work through the racialization and sex ...
  • Velji, Jamel (January , 2015)
    Apocalyptic remains one of the most potent and enduring dimensions of human religiosity. Apocalyptic symbolism has been implicated in the rise and renewal of major religious traditions; revolutions (of both “secular” and ...
  • Curl, Heather (September , 2014)
    This course is an elective offered through the Education Program that both counts towards the Bryn Mawr- Haverford minor in Educational Studies and meets a requirement recently introduced by the Pennsylvania Department ...
  • Smith, Steven (September , 2014)
    This course explores how economists approach and consider the environment. It is primarily the study of externalities. We will understand the ramifications and solutions of missing markets—placi ...
  • Smith, Steven (September , 2014)
    This course explores how economists approach and consider the environment. It is primarily the study of externalities. We will understand the ramifications and solutions of missing markets—placi ...
  • McInerney, Maud (September , 2014)
    Through close readings of texts ranging from the classical to the modern, this course will investigate the poetic and narrative strategies of epic poetry. While the English tradition can, in one sense, be said to begin ...

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