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  • McGuire, Anne (September , 2015)
    This course offers an introduction to the study of religion through the sacred texts, concepts, and practices of four religious traditions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, and Christianity. The major goals of the course are: ...
  • Solomon, Asali (January , 2015)
    What could be funnier than being Black in America? This is the implicit suggestion of American popular culture, which has traditionally linked blackness with comedy quite out of proportion to the comedic dimensions of, ...
  • Henkel, Brook (January , 2016)
    How does scientific knowledge inform and influence fiction? How do scientific texts make use of literary strategies and rhetorical devices in order to produce and disseminate new knowledge? Bringing together primary texts ...
  • Manning, Rob (January , 2015)
    The goal of the course is to provide a bridge between the theoretical and practical aspects of scientific computing, so that you will understand the mathematical ideas behind several numerical algorithms and know how to ...
  • Suzuki, Kimiko; Kobayashi, Minako (January , 2015)
    This course is designed to reinforce the fundamentals of the elementary level Japanese language and to develop the functional ability to communicate in Japanese beyond the survival level. The chapter 19-23 will be covered. ...
  • Suzuki, Kimiko; Kobayashi, Minako (September , 2014)
    This course is designed to reinforce the fundamentals of the elementary level Japanese language and to develop the functional ability to communicate in Japanese beyond the survival level. The chapter 13-18 will be covered. ...
  • Smith, Tyson R. (January , 2016)
    As an institution, the military trains individuals to conduct violence while remaining, at least ideally, healthy. From the standpoint of the institution, a successful soldier is someone who is “an expert in the application ...
  • Smith, R. Tyson (January , 2015)
    As an institution, the military trains individuals to conduct violence while remaining, at least ideally, healthy. From the standpoint of the institution, a successful soldier is someone who is “an expert in the application ...
  • Lilgendahl, Jennifer (January , 2015)
    Who am I? How do I feel about myself? What is the story of my life? The answers people give to these kinds of questions, the factors that shape their answers, and how their answers affect them, over time and across situations ...
  • McCormick, Lisa (September , 2014)
    Microsociology and social psychology are concerned with the processes of interpersonal interaction, with the emergence and experience of the “self”, and with the ways in which the socio-cultural context shapes personal ...
  • Germany, Robert (January , 2015)
    The principal focus of this course will be the plays of Terence, which we will read in Latin, and secondarily those of Plautus and Menander, which we will read however we may. We will also read an article or chapter or ...
  • Velji, Jamel (September , 2014)
    End-time symbolism has provided some of the most powerful impetuses for social change in history. We examine the complex nature of this end-time theology, tracing its variegated resonances across different movements in ...
  • Martinez, Chloe (September , 2014)
    This seminar will consider autobiography as both a literary genre and a mode of speech that has often been used to talk about religion. What does the autobiographical voice allow authors to say about religious experience ...
  • Koltun-Fromm, Naomi (January , 2015)
    This seminar examines the foundation mythologies of a variety of religious traditions, particularly those narratives that revolve around the founding of sacred cities. We will explore the relationship between political ...
  • Settles, Shani (September , 2014)
    As a seminar engaging the significant contributions of Black women writers, this class will broadly and critically examine contemporary contributions from poetry, short stories, film/media, fiction and memoir, to satire. ...
  • Owens, David; Jilani, Saleha; Preston, Anne; Binder, Carola (September , 2015)
    The senior thesis experience at Haverford College is meant to be the culmination of a 4 year educational process. This process aims to develop students’ scholarly interests while challenging them to become independent ...
  • Jilani, Saleha; Owens, David; Parameswaran, Giri (September , 2014)
    The senior thesis experience at Haverford College is meant to be the culmination of a 4 year educational process. This process aims to develop a student’s scholarly interests while challenging them to become independent ...
  • Roberts, Deborah; Quintero, Maria (January , 2016)
    The purpose of this seminar is to provide a forum for presentation and discussion of work in progress on the senior thesis. We will not meet every week, but in the course of the semester each student will give two presentations ...
  • Sabloff, Josh (September , 2015)
  • Macbeth, Danielle (January , 2015)
    Your senior year at Haverford is, among other things, a time for you to integrate the work you have done in philosophy. Senior work involves several components: (1) the Roland Altherr Memorial Symposium, (2) writing and ...

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