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  • Lilgendahl, Jennifer (September , 2014)
    The purpose of this course is to examine the fundamental issues and questions addressed by the field of personality psychology, including: What is personality, and how do we best characterize personality differences? What ...
  • Ochoa Espejo, Paulina (September , 2015)
    Political institutions make special demands on us. They demand that we accept the decisions of elected officials, that we pay taxes, that we obey the law. We often comply without even thinking about it, but sometimes the ...
  • Ochoa Espejo, Paulina (September , 2014)
    Political institutions make special demands on us. They demand that we accept the decisions of elected officials, that we pay taxes, that we obey the law. We often comply without even thinking about it, but sometimes the ...
  • Mohan, Rajeswari (January , 2016)
    The term “postcolonial” is a complex and ambiguous one, but it has proven to be a useful rubric for the study of writings that emerge out of varied literary traditions from far-flung regions of the world that have in common ...
  • Feinberg, Gabriel (January , 2016)
    This class will cover basic concepts and methods of elementary probability and quantitative reasoning, with practical applications. Topics include: sample average and standard deviation, normal curves, regression, expected ...
  • Feinberg, Gabriel (September , 2014)
    This class will cover basic concepts and methods of elementary probability and quantitative reasoning, with practical applications. Topics include: sample average and stan- dard deviation, normal curves, regression, expected ...
  • Oran, Christina (2004)
    This paper will lay the foundations of representation theory. Representations of finite groups, the character of a representation, and applications to chemistry will be discussed.
  • Pohl, Walt (1990)
  • HUANG, SHIZHE (January , 2016)
    This course is an introduction to Semantics, the study of meaning in human language. We will explore semantic issues that arise from the lexicon, the sentences, and the discourse. Along the way, we will investigate not ...
  • Huang, Shizhe (January , 2015)
    This course is an introduction to Semantics, the study of meaning in human language. We will explore semantic issues that arise from the lexicon, the sentences, and the discourse. Along the way, we will investigate not ...
  • Shuman, Sara (September , 2014)
    This course will provide an introduction to the key social factors that influence the health and well being of populations. Examples of social factors (often referred to as the “social determinants of health”) to be covered ...
  • Park, Jeannie (2005)
    This paper discusses stable marriage problems, focusing on existence and ordering. I will relate stable marriage problems to distributive lattices, and introduce variations on stable marriage problems including incomplete lists ...
  • Huang, Shizhe (September , 2014)
    This course is a hands-on investigation of sentence structures in human language. This is a participation intensive course. Collectively, the class will develop an increasingly complex syntactic theory starting with some ...
  • Stetson, Craig (1984)
  • Hayton, Darin (January , 2016)
    What is the history of science? When did science begin? Where? Who were the first scientists? What does it even mean to say science has a history? When you think about it for a minute, you begin to see all sorts of interesting ...
  • McGuire, Anne (January , 2016)
    This course offers an introduction to the scholarly study of the New Testament and early Christian literature. Our primary focus throughout the course will be literary and historical analysis of the 27 writings of the New ...
  • McGuire, Anne (January , 2015)
    This course offers an introduction to the scholarly study of the New Testament and early Christian literature. Our primary focus throughout the course will be literary and historical analysis of the 27 writings of the New ...
  • Graham, Lisa (September , 2015)
    This course introduces students to European history from the height of the Roman Empire to the Renaissance and Reformation movements of the sixteenth century. It prepares students for advanced courses in history and related ...
  • Gray, Myron (September , 2014)
    A survey of Western art music from the Middle Ages through the twentieth century. Students explore works by Josquin, Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Wagner, and Stravinsky, among others, with the aim of developing listening skills ...
  • Christine, Cacioppo (January , 2016)
    The purpose of this course is twofold: to develop basic piano skills and experience music through active participation; to explore the classical piano repertoire by listening to music of various forms and historical periods.

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