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  • Lopez-Sanchez, Ana (January , 2015)
    Este curso explora aspectos de la realidad del aprendizaje y la enseñanza de las segundas lenguas/lenguas extranjeras, y más específicamente del español. Empezaremos con una discusión de qué es una lengua. Aprenderemos ...
  • Velji, Jamel (January , 2015)
    What is religion? Despite centuries of study—and despite the proliferation of Religious Studies departments at colleges and universities across the county—we are still unsure about what exactly religion is and how best to ...
  • McKeever, Matthew (January , 2015)
    In this course, we will examine major theories that seek to explain the foundations of social interaction. These are theories which aim to explain how everyday life is structured and understood by social actors. The main ...
  • Freedman, Richard (September , 2014)
    Core concepts and perspectives for the serious study of music. Students will explore music, meaning, and musicological method in a variety of contexts through a set of six foundational themes and questions: “Music and ...
  • Sato, Tetsuya (September , 2014)
    This course is designed for students learning Japanese as a foreign language and aims to develop four language skills in Japanese (reading, writing, speaking and listening comprehension), with an emphasis on reading and ...
  • Suzuki, Kimiko (January , 2015)
    This course aims at the acquisition of the four language skills in Japanese--- reading, writing, speaking and listening comprehension. - Review, reinforcement and expansion of basic grammar. - Expansion of knowledge of ...
  • Ben-Shai, Roy (September , 2014)
    The experience of time is so deeply engrained in our everyday lives that we tend to take it as a given–we rarely take the time to think about time. Our main objective in this course wil ...
  • Ben-Shai, Roy (September , 2014)
    he experience of time is so deeply engrained in our everyday lives that we tend to take it as a given–we rarely take the time to think about time. Our main objective in this course will be just that: to reflect about time. ...
  • Arauco, Ingrid (January , 2015)
    This course addresses counterpoint principally in eighteenth-century style (the style of J.S. Bach and his contemporaries) through analysis, writing, singing, and playing. We will also study examples of contrapuntal technique ...
  • Cacioppo, Curtis (January , 2015)
    Among the composers and works to be studied, we will closely analyze chorales of Bach, making a comparative study of Freu’ dich sehr, o meine Seele. We will discuss Haydn’s approach to Minuet & Trio form, and his incorporation ...
  • Solomon, Asali (September , 2014)
    Over the past three centuries African American writers have mined the rich vein of the experience of chattel slavery in the cause of literal and artistic emancipation. Slave narratives, as well as poetry, essays and ...
  • Zwarg, Christina (January , 2015)
    This course will use the spectacular life and death of John Brown to examine a common set of interests in a diverse set of texts produced across two centuries. These interests include terrorism and the place of violence ...
  • Blecher, Ian (January , 2015)
    The interest of philosophy in truth and its explication would seem to rule out irony as an epistemological attitude, for the ironist takes a slant view of everything the philosopher should want to express directly. In fact, ...
  • Miller, Jerry (September , 2014)
    This course examines relations of racial and evaluative difference in modernity. Readings will focus on the role of embodiment in determinations of comparative worth and as a site of ethical knowledge.
  • Ibrahim, Raslan (September , 2014)
    During this research seminar we will critically discuss contemporary and major issues in international relations. In the first part of the seminar we will examine the following theories: Neorealism, Neoclassical Realism, ...
  • Schrier, Joshua (January , 2015)
    This course focuses on one-dimensional inorganic semiconducting solids, i.e., “nanowires”. The course is broadly structured around two aspects of these materials: (i) Synthesis (ii) Applications. Because there are many ...
  • McInerney, Maud (January , 2015)
    This seminar will explore the rebirth of classical texts in the Middle Ages in the light of Paul Ricoeur's insistence upon the power of both history and fiction to reconfigure time itself.
  • Wright, Kathleen (September , 2014)
    The subject matter of Heidegger’s Being and Time is human existence in a secular world (Dasein) after the death of God. Heidegger starts with our involvement with tools in everyday worlds of work (in the kitchen using a ...
  • Hyland, John (September , 2014)
    While listening to Louis Armstrong, the unnamed narrator of Ralph Ellison’s novel Invisible Man discovers a “new” way to hear the “unheard sounds” between the beats, so that he is listening in time and space. Ellison’s ...
  • Hyland, John (September , 2014)
    While listening to Louis Armstrong, the unnamed narrator of Ralph Ellison’s novel Invisible Man discovers a “new” way to hear the “unheard sounds” between the beats, so that he is listening in time and space. Ellison’s ...

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