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  • Glassman, Hank (September , 2014)
    This course is an introduction to Japan. It is a chronological survey of Japanese civilization from pre-­‐history through the present. As such, it is by definition selective in its coverage. ...
  • Schoneveld, Erin (January , 2015)
    This seminar will consider the revolutionary transformation of Japanese artistic and exhibitionary practices from the late 19th century through the Postwar period. We will explore how Japanese artists wrestled with issues ...
  • Freedman, Richard (January , 2015)
    A study of jazz and its social meanings. Starting with an overview of jazz styles and European idioms closely bound to jazz history, the course will give students a basic aural education in musical forms, the process of ...
  • Jilani, Saleha (September , 2014)
    This seminar-based course covers topics in international trade theory and policy, and foreign direct investment. Determinants of international trade and foreign investment will be analyzed, and we will examine the ...
  • Parameswaran, Giri (January , 2015)
    This is a seminar course in political economy. The focus is on critical reading of seminal works and developing students own research skills. Topics covered include: (i) models of elections and application of voting ...
  • Preston, Anne (September , 2014)
    This course is a research seminar which examines how organized sports can be used as a laboratory to answer important economics questions. Organized sports are distinct from other multi-million dollar industries in that ...
  • Mohan, Raji (September , 2014)
    Junior Seminar is a year-long course that inducts you into the English major at Haverford. It seeks to expose you to a range of literary texts from Shakespeare to Derek Walcott, introduce you to the major analytical currents ...
  • Gillihan, Seth (January , 2015)
    This course will provide training in how to conduct research in abnormal psychology. Students will learn about methodological issues that address questions related to mood, anxiety, sleep, and other variables, including ...
  • Okeke, Iruke; Melo, Justin (September , 2014)
  • Akerfeldt, Karin (January , 2015)
    You will more or less be running two projects concurrently so it will be absolutely critical to come in well prepared to lab! You will take and active role in the design of these experiments. You will be expected at times ...
  • Blase, Frances Rose; Prigge, Katharine (September , 2014)
    Superlab is a course designed for Chemistry majors (and Biochemistry concentrators), and one of the major goals of Superlab is to prepare you to be an independent chemical researcher. That is, you will be expected to ...
  • Compton, Rebecca (September , 2014)
    Examines methodologies used to study the neural basis of higher mental functions in humans. Students will gain hands-on experience with electrophysiological (EEG/ERP) recording methods and will develop projects using ERP ...
  • Amador Kane, Suzanne (September , 2014)
    The Physics 211 laboratory has two main objectives: (1) to introduce you to some basic skills in electronics, optics and thoughtful experimentation; and (2) to give you a chance to experience, firsthand, some of the phenomena ...
  • Michelotti, Graciela (January , 2015)
    This course explores how literary and visual art texts have recently imagined the Latin American metropolitan space and reflects on the representation of urban communities in Latin American
  • Huberman, Ariana (January , 2015)
    This course looks at the experience of travel as a means to explore the relationship between Spain and Latin America. Readings illustrate the ways by which this relationship changed from the fifteenth century to the present. ...
  • Kontorovich, Vladimir (January , 2015)
    What is the function of legal rules in the economy? Can there be order without law? Should the government compensate people when regulations reduce the value of their property? What about the woman who got burned by hot ...
  • Rich, Kelly (January , 2015)
    DESCRIPTION This course will explore the complex relationship between literature and law, focusing on how each represents and responds to violence and its aftermath, especially in terms of memory and repair. Our goal will ...
  • Rich, Kelly (January , 2015)
    This course will explore the complex relationship between literature and law, focusing on how each represents and responds to violence and its aftermath, especially in terms of memory and repair. Our goal will not be to ...
  • Owen, Judy (January , 2015)
    In this quarter of Biology 200, we will address the biochemistry of the macromolecules that make up cells and living organisms and carry out their essential functions. Our primary focus will be on the proteins and peptides ...
  • Koltun-Fromm, Ken (January , 2015)
    This class will explore the ways in which Americans express, explore, and negotiate their religious identities in and through material objects, rituals, and performances. The course is divided into five themes: 1) The ...

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