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  • 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 , 2016)
    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 lives. This course will ...
  • 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 ...
  • Been, Laura (January , 2016)
    This seminar will explore the neurobiology of sexual behavior and will focus on systems-level understanding of the neural regulation of both pre-copulatory and copulatory behavior. Although this course will draw heavily ...
  • Smith, Steven (September , 2015)
    When choosing how to allocate our scarce resources, institutions (formal and informal social norms that shape our interactions) serve as constraints at any given time. Overtime, these institutions can form and evolve when ...
  • 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 ...
  • Zadeh, Travis (January , 2016)
    From acts of devotion to encounters with the strange and the monstrous, this course examines the place of wonder in Islamic traditions through readings from the Qur’an, exegesis, and prophetic traditions;literary encounters ...
  • Harrold, Deborah (January , 2015)
    The course offers an historical and comparative approach to understanding the transformations brought by the oil industry, especially in developing nations. Oil has enormous economic and strategic value; countries have ...
  • Harrold, Deborah (January , 2015)
    The course offers an historical and comparative approach to understanding the transformations brought by the oil industry, especially in developing nations. Oil has enormous economic and strategic value; countries have ...
  • Snyder, Terry (September , 2014)
    This course provides a survey on the history of aging in the United States from the seventeenth through the twentieth century. The class will examine broad consideration of aging through lenses of historical, community, ...
  • Ben-Shai, Roy (September , 2015)
    We will read essays by key 20th century feminist philosophers, including Simone de Beauvoir, Julia Kristeva, Luce Irigaray, Judith Butler, and Audre Lorde. Our guiding questions will concern the philosophical and ontological ...
  • Åkerfeldt, Karin (September , 2015)
    Lecture component: Survey of organic chemistry as they occur in an aqueous environment, highlighting reactions important for understanding the properties and reactivity of biomolecules in the cell, particularly proteins, ...
  • Charkoudian, Louise; Stein, Mark (May 19, 2015)
    Welcome to Organic Biological Chemistry! In this semester long course, we will study the properties and chemistry of carboncontaining compounds in living things. As we explore the chemistry-biology interface, we will learn ...
  • Blase, Frances (September , 2015)
  • Blase, Frances Rose (January , 2015)
    GOALS for CHEMISTRY 225 • Learn synthetic organic transformations, mainly in non-aqueous environments • Understand multi-step reaction mechanisms, transformations and molecular rearrangements • Devise synthetic strategies, ...
  • Rosenblatt, Adam (January , 2016)
    Dear student, When I was in college, I took some great classes about human rights. They largely focused on big, theoretical questions that widened my perspective on global justice, but to which I doubted I'd ever ...
  • Krippner, James (September , 2015)
    This course analyzes the first phase of “globalization” in world history. As we shall see, this was a complex historical process rooted in the ancient and medieval worlds, initiated and consolidated from the mid-fifteenth ...
  • Goodrich, Jonathan (September , 2015)

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