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AMERICAN STUDIES
  • AMS 100b: Civil War Fictions
  • AMS 110: America in the Age of Nixon
  • AMS 160: Rights and Representations
  • AMS 175: 9/11 and The War on Terror in U.S. Culture
  • AMS 339: Civil War & Reconstruction
  • AMS 350: Studying the American Experience
  • AMS 370: Global Century
  • AMS 375: U.S. - Middle East Relations

ANTHROPOLOGY

ART & ART HISTORY

ASTRONOMY

BIOLOGY
  • BIO 220: Principles of Physiology and Development
  • BIO 337: Behavioral Ecology

BUSINESS, ORGANIZATIONS & SOCIETY

CHEMISTRY

CLASSICS

EARTH & ENVIRONMENT

ECONOMICS
  • ECO 103: Introduction to Economic Perspectives
  • ECO 173: Inequality in America
  • ECO 201: Macroeconomics
  • ECO 255: Political Economy of Health Care

ENGLISH

FOUNDATIONS

GOVERNMENT

HISTORY
  • HIS 157: War and Gender in Modern Europe
  • HIS 231: History of Latin America I
  • HIS 316: Tudor & Stuart England
  • HIS 360: History Workshop: Methods and Practice (ARCHIVES)
  • HIS 360: History Workshop: Methods and Practice (LIBRARY)
  • HIS 371: U.S.-Mexican Borderlands
  • HIS/WGS 373: European Sexualities
  • HIS 374: Gender and the Nation in the Middle East
  • HIS 420: Lincoln Seminar
  • HIS 475: Irregular Wars

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
  • IST 426: Human Rights/Human Wrongs

LITERATURE & LANGUAGE
  • FRN 170: Americans in Paris
  • GER 117: Germany Secrets Revealed
  • ITA 171: F is for Fake: Forgery, Fiction, and the Art of Lying
  • JPN 221: Introduction to Japanese Popular Culture
  • LIN 101/170: Introduction to Linguistics/Language & Society
  • SPA 171: Hispanic Food and Culture
  • SPA 370: Latin-American Civilization and Culture
  • SPA 470: Cultura Cubana

MATHEMATICS

MUSIC
  • MUS 107/170: Composing/Virtuosity and the Performing Self
  • MUS 228: Middle Eastern Music & Culture
  • MUS 230/231: Music History 1/2: Antiquity to Mozart/Mozart to Modern

PHILOSOPHY
  • PHI 498: Philosophical Research Seminar

PHYSICS

PSYCHOLOGY

RELIGIOUS STUDIES

SOCIOLOGY

THEATER, DANCE & FILM
  • TDF 110: Foundations of World Theatre
  • TDF 111: Solo Performance (Theater)
  • TDF 170: Film Genre: Demons and Dancers
  • TDF 271: Dancing Earth/Dancing Body
  • TDF 272: Dance and World Culture
  • TDF 331: History of Western Theatre Dance
  • TDF 370: Music for Dance

WOMEN & GENDER STUDIES


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