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Schedule of Classes for Fall 2013 Run Date: 10/23/2013

Run Time: 11:45:07

Core Curriculum - Analytic Reasoning - Subject: Analytic Reasoning

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Subject Catalog Nbr Section Class Nbr Course Title Component Units Topics

AR 210-MA 01 3664 Statistically Speaking Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 220 Days: MWF Time: 8:00am - 8:50am Instructor: Echols,Lacey P

Class Enrl Cap: 24 Class Enrl Tot: 23 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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AR 210-MA 02 3665 Statistically Speaking Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 220 Days: MWF Time: 9:00am - 9:50am Instructor: Echols,Lacey P

Class Enrl Cap: 24 Class Enrl Tot: 23 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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AR 210-MA 03 3666 Statistically Speaking Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 220 Days: MWF Time: 10:00am - 10:50am Instructor: Echols,Lacey P

Class Enrl Cap: 24 Class Enrl Tot: 23 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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AR 212-MA 01 3669 Win, Lose or Draw Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 301 Days: MWF Time: 9:00am - 9:50am Instructor: Holmes,Karen M

Class Enrl Cap: 24 Class Enrl Tot: 24 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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AR 212-MA 02 3671 Win, Lose or Draw Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 301 Days: MWF Time: 10:00am - 10:50am Instructor: Holmes,Karen M

Class Enrl Cap: 24 Class Enrl Tot: 24 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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AR 212-MA 03 3670 Win, Lose or Draw Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Fairbanks Center Room: 146 Days: MWF Time: 10:00am - 10:50am Instructor: Chen,Zhihong

Class Enrl Cap: 24 Class Enrl Tot: 24 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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AR 212-MA 04 3704 Win, Lose or Draw Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 301 Days: MWF Time: 11:00am - 11:50am Instructor: Holmes,Karen M

Class Enrl Cap: 24 Class Enrl Tot: 24 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0


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AR 212-MA 05 3705 Win, Lose or Draw Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 301 Days: MWF Time: 12:00pm - 12:50pm Instructor: Holmes,Karen M

Class Enrl Cap: 24 Class Enrl Tot: 24 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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AR 212-MA 06 4130 Win, Lose or Draw Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Pharmacy & Health ScRoom: 015 Days: MWF Time: 1:00pm - 1:50pm Instructor: Chen,Zhihong

Class Enrl Cap: 24 Class Enrl Tot: 23 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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AR 212-MA 07 4601 Win, Lose or Draw Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Holcomb Building Room: 231 Days: MWF Time: 1:00pm - 1:50pm Instructor: Harsy Ramsay,Amanda Marie

Class Enrl Cap: 24 Class Enrl Tot: 24 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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AR 212-MA 08 4602 Win, Lose or Draw Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 102 Days: MWF Time: 2:00pm - 2:50pm Instructor: Harsy Ramsay,Amanda Marie

Class Enrl Cap: 24 Class Enrl Tot: 24 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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AR 220-CS 01 1205 Robot Programming Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Fairbanks Center Room: 148 Days: TuTh Time: 3:50pm - 5:05pm Instructor: Eglen,Jeremy Ian

Class Enrl Cap: 20 Class Enrl Tot: 20 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

This introductory programming course features personal robots that can move, draw, and take digital pictures. Robot behaviors are programmed and controlled

remotely using a high-level language such as Python from a desktop or laptop computer. Topics include conditional execution, repetition, defining

functions, and using arrays.Robot provided.

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Schedule of Classes for Fall 2013 Run Date: 10/23/2013

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Core Curriculum - First Year Seminar - Subject: First Year Seminar

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Subject Catalog Nbr Section Class Nbr Course Title Component Units Topics

FYS 101 01 3908 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Faith, Doubt and Reason

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 201 Days: TuTh Time: 1:00pm - 2:15pm Instructor: McGrath,James Frank

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 17 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

This is a two-semester course. Students who enroll in this topic in the fall are expected to enroll in this topic in the spring. Semester one is a

prerequisite for semester two.Faith Doubt and Reason. Reading and discussion of classic philosophical religious and literary texts exploring the ways in

which human beings have reflected on their relationship to God; the world and their fellow human beings. In the first semester ('The Search for God'), we

will focus on how human beings have sought to know and understand God and the world and on how that search has shaped the way humans define themselves. In

the second semester ('The Search for Community'), we will focus on how human beings have sought to define themselves in terms of the various communities to

which they belong, including families and clans, ethnic communities, nations and faith communities. The interaction and interconnections of faith, doubt

and reason will receive attention in both semesters.

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FYS 101 02 3913 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 The State: Benevolent Dictator

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 280 Days: TuTh Time: 2:25pm - 3:40pm Instructor: Dale,Robert H

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

All of us live in societies. The society we are born into is a geographical accident. The society we advocate should not be so. To live in a society is to

engage in Politics. What should our leaders be like? How should we pick them? Who should pick them? Greater minds than ours have considered these issues

over the years. This course will give you the opportunity to examine what you, a citizen, owe your government - and what the government owes you. We will

look at works by Sun Tzu (The Art of War), Plato (The Republic), Machiavelli (The Prince), Shakespeare (Coriolanus), Rousseau (The Social Contract), Marx

(The Communist Manifesto), Orwell (1984), and Rand (Atlas Shrugged), among others.

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FYS 101 03 3965 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Spellbound:The Quest for Magic

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Lilly Hall Room: 141 Days: MWF Time: 1:00pm - 1:50pm Instructor: Laurent-Faesi,Stephan

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Spellbound: The Quest for Magic in Speculative Fiction and the Arts. Throughout the ages, the fascination with the otherworldly, the supernatural, the

magical element has been a great source of inspiration for writers, choreographers, musicians, and other artists. From the tales of 1001 Nights to A

Mid-summer Night's Dream, from The Lord of the Rings to contemporary fantasy literature, magic is ever-present, sometimes for the good, now and again in the

purpose of evil. Similarly, the art of dance abounds with tales of the fantastic; musicians have given a voice to many a fairy tale; and artists have

painted or sculpted countless mythological figures. This course will explore the many faces of this quest for magic in an inter-disciplinary way, with

selected readings from the genre of fantasy literature, viewings of masterworks of ballet and modern dance, and musical examples from great symphonic and

operatic works. Note: Semester one is prerequisite to semester two. Students who enroll in this section in the fall are expected to enroll in this section

in the spring.

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Schedule of Classes for Fall 2013 Run Date: 10/23/2013

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Core Curriculum - First Year Seminar - Subject: First Year Seminar

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Subject Catalog Nbr Section Class Nbr Course Title Component Units Topics

FYS 101 04 4004 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Integration and Assimilation

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 207 Days: MW Time: 1:00pm - 2:15pm Instructor: Stigter,Michelle

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

There are few topics more complex and volatile in today's world than the topic of immigration. Many "1st world" nations struggle with political, economic,

and social implications of immigration. What does this influx of "the other" do to the composition of cultural identity? What are the practical

differences between assimilation and integration? Is it wrong to superimpose the norms and values of the dominant culture on new citizens? In European

political circles, the Netherlands is often considered "the gold standard" for diversity and integration. Germany, with its twisted past, is torn between

confronting the atrocities of the 20th century, while maintaining the identity of the German people. In the United States, the scathing rhetoric on both

sides of the political aisle has impregnated the immigration debate with hatred, fear, and confusion. But, what about the people? What are the

observations and experiences of those caught in the crosshairs? In this course we explore their experiences and formulate our own opinions on the topics of

immigration and integration.

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FYS 101 05 4057 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Written by the Body: Medical H

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 301 Days: MWF Time: 1:00pm - 1:50pm Instructor: Campbell,Barbara Jean

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Written by the Body: Medical Humanities & BioethicsJust as the heart pumps our blood and nerve endings send signals to our brains, stories about the

human body exhibit similarly complex and interdependent relationships. These stories reinforce, challenge, or complicate traditional biomedical models. In

this course, we will dissect or analyze depictions of health, illness, and disability through fiction, nonfiction, and film with a particular focus on those

perceived or classed as different. Why do we tell stories about the body? How does language shape our understanding of the human body and mind? How do

cultural representations of the body change over time? What are the social and political implications of terms such as "normal" and "abnormal" in regards to

the body? These are just a few of the ethical considerations we will undertake as we explore the relationships between science and art, medical

professionals and patients, and the body and mind.

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FYS 101 06 4058 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Written by the Body: Medical H

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 301 Days: MW Time: 2:25pm - 3:40pm Instructor: Campbell,Barbara Jean

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 17 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Written by the Body: Medical Humanities & BioethicsJust as the heart pumps our blood and nerve endings send signals to our brains, stories about the

human body exhibit similarly complex and interdependent relationships. These stories reinforce, challenge, or complicate traditional biomedical models. In

this course, we will dissect or analyze depictions of health, illness, and disability through fiction, nonfiction, and film with a particular focus on those

perceived or classed as different. Why do we tell stories about the body? How does language shape our understanding of the human body and mind? How do

cultural representations of the body change over time? What are the social and political implications of terms such as "normal" and "abnormal" in regards to

the body? These are just a few of the ethical considerations we will undertake as we explore the relationships between science and art, medical

professionals and patients, and the body and mind.

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Schedule of Classes for Fall 2013 Run Date: 10/23/2013

Run Time: 11:45:07

Core Curriculum - First Year Seminar - Subject: First Year Seminar

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Subject Catalog Nbr Section Class Nbr Course Title Component Units Topics

FYS 101 07 4113 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Eureka, I've Found It!

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 201 Days: MWF Time: 11:00am - 11:50am Instructor: Freed,Kathie Jane

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

This course develops an appreciation for deductive analytic reasoning and the discovery of new ideas, especially in modern science and mathematics. It will

describe ten great breakthroughs in history and the individuals who made each one, including (the beginning date of discovery is also given): Special

Relativity (early 1900s); the Course of Planets (ca. 1667); the Modern Formulation of Infinity (ca. 1850); the Way to Calculate Probabilities (1654); the

Pythagorean Theorem and Properties of Whole Numbers (ca. BCE 300); the Square Root of -1 (1806); Non-Euclidean Geometry (late 1800s); the Solution to Cubic

Equations (1539); How to Shoot Rockets to the Moon (1969), the Method of Statistical Experimentation (1925); and a Secure Method to Send Your Credit Card

Number Over the Internet (1973). Students will write papers telling the story of these events.

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FYS 101 08 4128 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Gender & the Law

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 307 Days: MWF Time: 10:00am - 10:50am Instructor: Buttrick,Hilary G

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

This course will explore the relationship between gender and the law. Course topics include the suffrage movement, reproductive rights, and workplace

equality. Through the study of case law, essays, films, and short stories, we will explore changing gender roles and discuss the way the law reacts to

those changes. Students will learn to critically read, analyze and discuss important court decisions that show how our legal system deals with

gender-related issues.

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FYS 101 09 4040 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Utopian Novels

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 303 Days: TuTh Time: 1:00pm - 2:15pm Instructor: Reeves,Carol A

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Utopian NovelsUtopian/Dystopian Visions and Political ThoughtThis Freshmen seminar will explore the question of what kind of society works best for

human beings. We will read utopian novels that present strategies for eliminating all factions and instability. We will also read dystopian novels that

present the results of too much control. Our readings will include classics, such as Plato's Republic, as well as contemporary works such as Octavia

Butler's Parable series. We will also read thinkers from both the left and the right, such as John Stuart Mill and Ayn Rand. Be ready to think, argue, and

learn.

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FYS 101 10 4042 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 The Call of the Wild

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 207 Days: TuTh Time: 1:00pm - 2:15pm Instructor: Hofstetter,Angela D

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Drawings of horses, stags, and bulls on the caves of Lascaux illustrate that animals have captured the human imagination since the dawn of the Paleolithic

era as food, workers, companions, and fellow warriors: our path to modernity tells the tales of a relationship paradoxically fraught with violence and


love. The intensity of this primordial fascination erupted with new vehemence in nineteenth-century America, England, and France as discussions of

transmutation (what became evolution) destabilized the already fragile line distinguishing man and beast. This First Year Seminar adopts an

interdisciplinary approach to how questions of animals and animality were developed across both generic and national boundaries: the burgeoning fields of

anthropology, zoology, and sociology will be read alongside art and literature of the period. In addition to the controversial writings of Charles Darwin,

Carol Adams, and Marc Bekoff, texts will include Edgar Allen Poe's "The Murders in the Rue Morgue," Robert Louis Stevenson¿s The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll

and Mr. Hyde, Anna Sewell's Black Beauty, Jack London's The Call of the Wild, and Bram Stoker's Dracula.

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FYS 101 11 4043 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 The Call of the Wild

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 207 Days: TuTh Time: 2:25pm - 3:40pm Instructor: Hofstetter,Angela D

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Drawings of horses, stags, and bulls on the caves of Lascaux illustrate that animals have captured the human imagination since the dawn of the Paleolithic

era as food, workers, companions, and fellow warriors: our path to modernity tells the tales of a relationship paradoxically fraught with violence and

love. The intensity of this primordial fascination erupted with new vehemence in nineteenth-century America, England, and France as discussions of

transmutation (what became evolution) destabilized the already fragile line distinguishing man and beast. This First Year Seminar adopts an

interdisciplinary approach to how questions of animals and animality were developed across both generic and national boundaries: the burgeoning fields of

anthropology, zoology, and sociology will be read alongside art and literature of the period. In addition to the controversial writings of Charles Darwin,

Carol Adams, and Marc Bekoff, texts will include Edgar Allen Poe's "The Murders in the Rue Morgue," Robert Louis Stevenson¿s The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll

and Mr. Hyde, Anna Sewell's Black Beauty, Jack London's The Call of the Wild, and Bram Stoker's Dracula.

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FYS 101 12 4044 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 The Call of the Wild

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 207 Days: TuTh Time: 3:50pm - 5:05pm Instructor: Hofstetter,Angela D

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 9 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Drawings of horses, stags, and bulls on the caves of Lascaux illustrate that animals have captured the human imagination since the dawn of the Paleolithic

era as food, workers, companions, and fellow warriors: our path to modernity tells the tales of a relationship paradoxically fraught with violence and

love. The intensity of this primordial fascination erupted with new vehemence in nineteenth-century America, England, and France as discussions of

transmutation (what became evolution) destabilized the already fragile line distinguishing man and beast. This First Year Seminar adopts an

interdisciplinary approach to how questions of animals and animality were developed across both generic and national boundaries: the burgeoning fields of

anthropology, zoology, and sociology will be read alongside art and literature of the period. In addition to the controversial writings of Charles Darwin,

Carol Adams, and Marc Bekoff, texts will include Edgar Allen Poe's "The Murders in the Rue Morgue," Robert Louis Stevenson¿s The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll

and Mr. Hyde, Anna Sewell's Black Beauty, Jack London's The Call of the Wild, and Bram Stoker's Dracula.

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FYS 101 13 4045 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Memory, Identity, Translation

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Holcomb Building Room: 231 Days: TuTh Time: 11:00am - 12:15pm Instructor: Varga,Adriana

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

We live in a moment of history particularly obsessed with memory and its relationship to identity: how does memory construct identity? What makes us who we

are? At the same time, cultures are constantly exchanging information and goods, affecting and shaping each other. In this course, we will look at how both

individual and cultural memory are shaped and exchanged as individuals cross cultural, geographical, and linguistic borders. We will look at memory from

both a scientific and a literary perspective. By reading fiction, memoir, autobiography, and history, we will also try to understand how identity is

translated across culture.

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Schedule of Classes for Fall 2013 Run Date: 10/23/2013

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Core Curriculum - First Year Seminar - Subject: First Year Seminar

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Subject Catalog Nbr Section Class Nbr Course Title Component Units Topics

FYS 101 14 4046 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Imaginative Sojourns

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 301 Days: TuTh Time: 1:00pm - 2:15pm Instructor: Lynch,Alessandra Jaqueline

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

This course is the first semester offering of the year-long First-Year Seminar. Semester one is not prerequisite to semester two, but students who enroll in

this topic in the fall are expected to enroll in this topic in the spring.In this course we will be reading texts from various genres (personal essay,

memoir, graphic "novel," and poetry), each focusing on some aspect of the Self- self-image, self and community, self and culture. We will discuss how

self-expression manifests itself in each genre--how each genre reveals or clarifies particular insights about the self. The class will be discussion-based,

but students will keep a journal, respond to a variety of writing prompts and write essays triggered by the readings.

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FYS 101 15 4047 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Madness and Creativity

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 202 Days: TuTh Time: 9:35am - 10:50am Instructor: Neville,Susan S

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

What does it mean to be creative? What does it mean to be insane? Is there a connection between genius and insanity, and if so, what is it? In this

year-long course we¿ll study literature, the visual arts, politics and music through the lens of madness or ¿unreason.¿ We'll talk about the connection

between modernism and madness, about the profound differences and similarities between delusions and stories, the work of the mad before psychotropic drugs

and the work of artists after. Texts will include works by Sylvia Plath, David Foster Wallace, Nijinsky, Van Gogh and others (Amy Winehouse? Heath

Ledger?) with the goal of understanding how the diagnosis of a psychiatric illness helped or hindered their work, whether they created in spite of or

because of the illness and how the metaphor of disease helps or hinders our understanding of the mind and of our world. We will be looking at work by and

about the mad, and our studies will include the history and politics of madness.

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FYS 101 16 4048 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Utopian Novels

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 303 Days: TuTh Time: 2:25pm - 3:40pm Instructor: Reeves,Carol A

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 19 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Utopian NovelsUtopian/Dystopian Visions and Political ThoughtThis Freshmen seminar will explore the question of what kind of society works best for

human beings. We will read utopian novels that present strategies for eliminating all factions and instability. We will also read dystopian novels that

present the results of too much control. Our readings will include classics, such as Plato's Republic, as well as contemporary works such as Octavia

Butler's Parable series. We will also read thinkers from both the left and the right, such as John Stuart Mill and Ayn Rand. Be ready to think, argue, and

learn.

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FYS 101 17 4049 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 The Heroic Temper

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 301 Days: MW Time: 3:50pm - 5:05pm Instructor: Ries,Rebecca S

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 17 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0


Homer lays the groundwork for an examination of the epic heroes, with his very personal attention to the lives and characters of his chosen heroes in the

Iliad and the Odyssey. Central to our concern in this seminar will be our own examination of these poems especially with an eye towards understanding what

keeps generation after generation not only reading these classic epics but reworking the heroic form as well as the heroic themes. Besides our reading the

Homeric epics, we will study the modern applications of them in film, such as Troy, Ulysses, and O Brother Where Art Thou? Semester two will look at

further reworking of the Homeric model, with Roman works such as Virgil's Aeneid and Ovid's Metamorphoses, among others. This is a two-semester course.

Students who enroll in this topic in the fall are expected to enroll in this topic in the spring. Semester one is a prerequisite for semester two.

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FYS 101 18 4146 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Shakespearean Temper

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 344 Days: TuTh Time: 2:25pm - 3:40pm Instructor: Ries,Rebecca S

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 10 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Shakespeare: The best playwright in the world "either for tragedy, comedy, history, pastoral, pastoral-comical, historical-pastoral, tragical-historical,

tragical-comical-historical-pastoral" - This is the only man! Ben Johnson says of Shakespeare that "he was not of an age but for all time", and that will

serve as our entry into an examination of one particular artist, William Shakespeare. Within the artificial world of his dramas he will supply the very real

values, morals, and expectations of his time as they compete with the individual's experience and his or her desire. In this course, in addition to reading

some of the most famous of his plays, students will also come to an understanding of what it means to be a man or woman in this historic culture. We may

also be able to answer for ourselves whether or not Johnson is right - that Shakespeare is indeed for our time too, that the concerns of Shakespeare's day

do indeed translate to our own. This is a two-semester course.

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FYS 101 19 4051 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Shakespearean Temper

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 344 Days: TuTh Time: 3:50pm - 5:05pm Instructor: Ries,Rebecca S

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 8 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Shakespeare: The best playwright in the world "either for tragedy, comedy, history, pastoral, pastoral-comical, historical-pastoral, tragical-historical,

tragical-comical-historical-pastoral" - This is the only man! Ben Johnson says of Shakespeare that "he was not of an age but for all time", and that will

serve as our entry into an examination of one particular artist, William Shakespeare. Within the artificial world of his dramas he will supply the very real

values, morals, and expectations of his time as they compete with the individual's experience and his or her desire. In this course, in addition to reading

some of the most famous of his plays, students will also come to an understanding of what it means to be a man or woman in this historic culture. We may

also be able to answer for ourselves whether or not Johnson is right - that Shakespeare is indeed for our time too, that the concerns of Shakespeare's day

do indeed translate to our own. This is a two-semester course.

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FYS 101 20 4053 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Rock and Roll High School

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 303 Days: MWF Time: 10:00am - 10:50am Instructor: Stapleton,Robert L

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

This is a two-semester course. Students who enroll in this topic in the fall are expected to enroll in this topic in the spring. Semester one is a

prerequisite for semester two.Like rock and roll itself, this class will be a hybrid, an extended jam of threads and themes as we map the ideological

geography of youth culture through literature, music, film, and art. This is not a history of rock and roll class, but rather an ongoing inquiry into the

collective expressions of rebellion, coming-of-age, and generational battles. Semester one will examine the rise of youth culture through 1975.

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Schedule of Classes for Fall 2013 Run Date: 10/23/2013

Run Time: 11:45:07

Core Curriculum - First Year Seminar - Subject: First Year Seminar

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Subject Catalog Nbr Section Class Nbr Course Title Component Units Topics

FYS 101 21 4054 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Rock and Roll High School

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 303 Days: MWF Time: 11:00am - 11:50am Instructor: Stapleton,Robert L

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

This is a two-semester course. Students who enroll in this topic in the fall are expected to enroll in this topic in the spring. Semester one is a

prerequisite for semester two.Like rock and roll itself, this class will be a hybrid, an extended jam of threads and themes as we map the ideological

geography of youth culture through literature, music, film, and art. This is not a history of rock and roll class, but rather an ongoing inquiry into the

collective expressions of rebellion, coming-of-age, and generational battles. Semester one will examine the rise of youth culture through 1975.

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FYS 101 22 4055 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Rock and Roll High School

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 303 Days: MWF Time: 12:00pm - 12:50pm Instructor: Stapleton,Robert L

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

This is a two-semester course. Students who enroll in this topic in the fall are expected to enroll in this topic in the spring. Semester one is a

prerequisite for semester two.Like rock and roll itself, this class will be a hybrid, an extended jam of threads and themes as we map the ideological

geography of youth culture through literature, music, film, and art. This is not a history of rock and roll class, but rather an ongoing inquiry into the

collective expressions of rebellion, coming-of-age, and generational battles. Semester one will examine the rise of youth culture through 1975.

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FYS 101 23 4097 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 The Call of the Wild

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Irwin Library Room: GBR Days: TuTh Time: 11:00am - 12:15pm Instructor: Hofstetter,Angela D

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Drawings of horses, stags, and bulls on the caves of Lascaux illustrate that animals have captured the human imagination since the dawn of the Paleolithic

era as food, workers, companions, and fellow warriors: our path to modernity tells the tales of a relationship paradoxically fraught with violence and

love. The intensity of this primordial fascination erupted with new vehemence in nineteenth-century America, England, and France as discussions of

transmutation (what became evolution) destabilized the already fragile line distinguishing man and beast. This First Year Seminar adopts an

interdisciplinary approach to how questions of animals and animality were developed across both generic and national boundaries: the burgeoning fields of

anthropology, zoology, and sociology will be read alongside art and literature of the period. In addition to the controversial writings of Charles Darwin,

Carol Adams, and Marc Bekoff, texts will include Edgar Allen Poe's "The Murders in the Rue Morgue," Robert Louis Stevenson¿s The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll

and Mr. Hyde, Anna Sewell's Black Beauty, Jack London's The Call of the Wild, and Bram Stoker's Dracula.

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FYS 101 24 4052 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Irish Literature

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 176 Days: MW Time: 1:00pm - 2:15pm Instructor: Spyra,Ania

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 16 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

This seminar surveys recent Irish literature to trace Ireland's transformation from a poor province of the British Empire, which produced a great number of


emigrants, into a prosperous European country that attracts immigrants of its own. While majority of the fiction, poetry and plays surveyed here were

created in the last twenty years, they engage the history of Ireland and the Irish since the nineteenth century to highlight issues of nation formation and

national identity, linguistic and religious conflict, bilingualism and multiculturalism. The course is designed to hone the skills necessary for critical

thinking, oral communication, and effective writing.

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FYS 101 25 4016 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Gettysburg in History & Memory

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 348 Days: TuTh Time: 9:35am - 10:50am Instructor: Geib,George W

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 17 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Our topics are the battle of Gettysburg and Lincoln's powerful address. We will use primary sources and two Pulitzer-Prize winning texts to help you develop

your thinking and writing skills.

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FYS 101 26 4056 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Shock of the New - Modernism

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 242 Days: MW Time: 11:00am - 12:15pm Instructor: Sutherlin,Susan J

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 15 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Shock of the New: The Experience of Modern ArtThe term modernism is still being interpreted, although most cultural critics and thinkers believe we have

entered the post-modern era. The movement in literature, visual arts, and music which we will study entered its most productive phase between 1900 and 1930,

although the "big bang" event that set these artists in motion could never be unquestionably located. Experimentation was the hallmark of the period, with

increased attention to the irrational and unconscious elements of artistic expression. The modernists set out to break irretrievably from the old, and in

their designs we find much of our contemporary selves. Our seminar will inquire into the nature of these expressions in literature, psychology, visual arts,

music and dance and explore what the modernists hoped to reject in their culture and what made them part of the larger spirit of their time. Readings

include Conrad, Eliot, Stein, Woolf, and Freud with music by Stravinsky and Schoenberg. Semester one is a prerequisite for semester two.

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FYS 101 27 4041 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Prison Narratives

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Irwin Library Room: GBR Days: TuTh Time: 9:35am - 10:50am Instructor: Dahlie,Michael

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 17 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

This class will look at several narrative works of art dealing with incarceration, in past times and in today¿s society. We'll read books like Aleksandr

Solzhenitsyn's One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich and Edwidge Danticat's Brother, I'm Dying as well as view movies including Lina Wertmüller's Seven

Beauties and the documentary The Trials of Darryl Hunt. Throughout the class we'll examine the reasons governments use to justify incarceration, and how

individuals make sense of worlds where their daily lives are entirely controlled by other people and institutions. The class, then, will deal with

political themes, but the texts themselves will be treated as works of art and self-expression.

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FYS 101 28 4098 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Prison Narratives

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 348 Days: TuTh Time: 1:00pm - 2:15pm Instructor: Dahlie,Michael

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

This class will look at several narrative works of art dealing with incarceration, in past times and in today¿s society. We'll read books like Aleksandr

Solzhenitsyn's One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich and Edwidge Danticat's Brother, I'm Dying as well as view movies including Lina Wertmüller's Seven

Beauties and the documentary The Trials of Darryl Hunt. Throughout the class we'll examine the reasons governments use to justify incarceration, and how

individuals make sense of worlds where their daily lives are entirely controlled by other people and institutions. The class, then, will deal with

political themes, but the texts themselves will be treated as works of art and self-expression.

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FYS 101 29 4017 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Roots and Regions:Cultural Reg

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 307 Days: TuTh Time: 1:00pm - 2:15pm Instructor: Bigelow,Bruce

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 17 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Students will read and write about fiction and nonfiction that reflect the cultural regions of the United States. In the fall we will examine literature

from the Midwest, the South, and the Northeast. In the spring semester we will shift our focus to Southern California, Texas, and the Pacific Northwest. Two

questions we will consider are, do we find regionalism an important influence on our identities and where is home or homeland for us, and why? Semester one

is not a prerequisite to semester two.

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FYS 101 30 4145 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 The World of J.R.R. Tolkien

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 336B Days: TuTh Time: 1:00pm - 2:15pm Instructor: Porter,Jon MB

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

J. R. R. Tolkien is best known for his novels The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, works popular since they were first published, even more so now thanks

to Peter Jackson's cinematic adaptation of The Lord of the Rings trilogy. But Tolkien was more than just a fantasy writer; he was a ground-breaking

medieval scholar who loved his work so much that he created fictional works rooted in the language and traditions of the Anglo-Saxon, Norse, Gothic, and

Celtic cultures that he studied. In this seminar, Tolkien's works and Jackson's films will serve as vehicles for engaging a study of the medieval past and

its cultures, while also comparing the novelist's intentions with those of the film-maker.

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FYS 101 31 4171 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Sex & Politics: Helen of Troy

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 307 Days: MWF Time: 11:00am - 11:50am Instructor: Brabant,Margaret A

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 16 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

The story of Helen of Troy literally and figuratively embodies the struggle between sex and politics and the human propensity to forsake politics for war.

In this course, we will examine how the myth of Helen is intimately connected with misogynistic attitudes, romantic and sexual fantasies, and notions of

political power that may been seen throughout twenty-eight centuries of the telling and retelling of the story of the "face that launched a thousand ships."

Course readings include Bettany Hughes' Helen of Troy: Goddess, Princess, Whore; Euripides' Helen; Aeschylus' Oresteia, among others. Those who take this

topic in the fall will not be permitted to repeat the topic for FYS102 credit.

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FYS 101 32 4226 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Looking for Shangri-La

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 203 Days: TuTh Time: 3:50pm - 5:05pm Instructor: Keating,James R

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 11 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Semester one is not prerequisite to semester two. Students who enroll in this section in the fall are expected to enroll in this section in the spring.

Looking for Shangri-La. This year-long seminar will explore the works of several important writers in their search for their Shangri-La--the perfect

personal expression in the fictions they create. Shangri-La is, of course, elusive for all of them, and our work will be to examine where their searches

have taken them and the legacies they have left behind, found in their novels, plays, prose, and poetry. The writers for our study will likely include

William Shakespeare, Mary Shelley, Joseph Conrad, and Graham Greene, among others.

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Subject Catalog Nbr Section Class Nbr Course Title Component Units Topics

FYS 101 33 4227 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Seriously Funny

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Pharmacy & Health ScRoom: 205 Days: MW Time: 11:00am - 12:15pm Instructor: Furuness,Bryan Mark

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Semester one is a prerequisite to semester two. Students who enroll in this topic are expected to enroll in this topic in the spring. Comedy can be serious

stuff, as rich and dark and heartbreaking a path toward meaning as anything more sober. When it's done right, the ridiculous is the sublime. In this course,

we'll look at serious stuff in a funny way, and funny stuff in a serious way, all to explore the question of whether comedy is a valid way to create

meaning, raise serious questions, and make social commentary. Texts for this class will include works by Kurt Vonnegut, Lorrie Moore, Ambrose Bierce, and

Chris Rock.

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FYS 101 34 4228 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Seriously Funny

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 307 Days: MW Time: 1:00pm - 2:15pm Instructor: Furuness,Bryan Mark

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Semester one is a prerequisite to semester two. Students who enroll in this topic are expected to enroll in this topic in the spring. Comedy can be serious

stuff, as rich and dark and heartbreaking a path toward meaning as anything more sober. When it's done right, the ridiculous is the sublime. In this course,

we'll look at serious stuff in a funny way, and funny stuff in a serious way, all to explore the question of whether comedy is a valid way to create

meaning, raise serious questions, and make social commentary. Texts for this class will include works by Kurt Vonnegut, Lorrie Moore, Ambrose Bierce, and

Chris Rock.

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FYS 101 35 4229 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Contemporary Writers

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Pharmacy & Health ScRoom: 015 Days: TuTh Time: 11:00am - 12:15pm Instructor: Furuness,Bryan Mark

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 16 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

This course is the first semester offering of the year-long First-Year Seminar. Semester one is not prerequisite to semester two, but students who enroll in

this topic in the fall are expected to enroll in this topic in the spring.A year-long course focusing on the works of contemporary writers. Texts for the

course will be chosen primarily from the works of writers who will be coming to campus during the year as part of the Visiting Writers Series, the James J.

Woods Science Writers Series, and other events and series that bring writers to campus. In the course of reading and discussing the works of contemporary

writers, students will cultivate the skills necessary for critical thinking, oral communication, and effective writing. The course will also serve as an

introduction to the vitality of the liberal arts. Class will involve discussion, student presentations, and writing strategies.

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FYS 101 36 4230 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Contemporary Writers

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 335A Days: TuTh Time: 1:00pm - 2:15pm Instructor: Furuness,Bryan Mark

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

This course is the first semester offering of the year-long First-Year Seminar. Semester one is not prerequisite to semester two, but students who enroll in


this topic in the fall are expected to enroll in this topic in the spring.A year-long course focusing on the works of contemporary writers. Texts for the

course will be chosen primarily from the works of writers who will be coming to campus during the year as part of the Visiting Writers Series, the James J.

Woods Science Writers Series, and other events and series that bring writers to campus. In the course of reading and discussing the works of contemporary

writers, students will cultivate the skills necessary for critical thinking, oral communication, and effective writing. The course will also serve as an

introduction to the vitality of the liberal arts. Class will involve discussion, student presentations, and writing strategies.

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FYS 101 37 4231 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Resistance and Revolution

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Irwin Library Room: 007 Days: TuTh Time: 11:00am - 12:15pm Instructor: Carter,Natalie L

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 17 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

This seminar will examine representations of resistance and revolution, both domestically and abroad. As our class investigates the convergence of national

identity and global politics in contemporary narratives (primarily literary fiction), we will pay close attention to the historical, political, and cultural

experience of the 'everyday citizen' in our texts. Of particular interest to this seminar is the role of women and minorities as leaders of protest against

dominant national ideologies.

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FYS 101 38 4232 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Sympathy for the Devil

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 106 Days: MW Time: 1:00pm - 2:15pm Instructor: Carter,Natalie L

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

In this seminar, we will delve into what makes a truly "great" villain. How does the era in which their story is set determine public reaction to a

character? Who¿or what¿defines a character as either ¿good¿ or ¿evil¿? In what ways do race, gender, disability, ethnicity, sexuality, mental illness,

religious devotion, or political activism determine one¿s marker and/or performance as ¿evil¿ in varying cultural contexts? Although the primary focus of

this seminar is literary fiction, we will utilize a variety of mediums, both fiction and non-fiction, to examine these questions in-depth.

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FYS 101 39 4233 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Sympathy for the Devil

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 106 Days: MW Time: 2:25pm - 3:40pm Instructor: Carter,Natalie L

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 15 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

In this seminar, we will delve into what makes a truly "great" villain. How does the era in which their story is set determine public reaction to a

character? Who¿or what¿defines a character as either ¿good¿ or ¿evil¿? In what ways do race, gender, disability, ethnicity, sexuality, mental illness,

religious devotion, or political activism determine one¿s marker and/or performance as ¿evil¿ in varying cultural contexts? Although the primary focus of

this seminar is literary fiction, we will utilize a variety of mediums, both fiction and non-fiction, to examine these questions in-depth.

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FYS 101 40 4234 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Memory, Identity, Translation

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 216 Days: TuTh Time: 3:50pm - 5:05pm Instructor: Varga,Adriana

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 17 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

We live in a moment of history particularly obsessed with memory and its relationship to identity: how does memory construct identity? What makes us who we

are? At the same time, cultures are constantly exchanging information and goods, affecting and shaping each other. In this course, we will look at how both

individual and cultural memory are shaped and exchanged as individuals cross cultural, geographical, and linguistic borders. We will look at memory from

both a scientific and a literary perspective. By reading fiction, memoir, autobiography, and history, we will also try to understand how identity is

translated across culture.

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Subject Catalog Nbr Section Class Nbr Course Title Component Units Topics

FYS 101 41 4235 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 The Art of Literature Now

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 340 Days: MWF Time: 10:00am - 10:50am Instructor: Vecera,Grant

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 17 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

We will study works by Sinclair Lewis, Saul Bellow, Isaac Bashevis Singer, & Chinua Achebe among others in order to better understand ourselves and the

human condition at large. Such texts will function to some extent as models for the types of writing students will perform, but the texts will also

function as artifacts with which we can hopefully make deep & complex philosophical, psychological, social, religious, historical, political, & aesthetic

inquiries intrinsic to the liberal arts tradition. Because the texts will be almost exclusively American, cultural criticism will pervade our intellectual

investigations, and students will have many opportunities to reflect upon their roles and identities as members of various communities and as earthlings.

This course is the second semester offering of the year-long Literary Studies First-Year Seminar. Students who enrolled in this topic in the fall are

encouraged to enroll in this topic in the spring.

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FYS 101 42 4236 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 The Art of Literature Now

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 340 Days: MWF Time: 11:00am - 11:50am Instructor: Vecera,Grant

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 9 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

We will study works by Sinclair Lewis, Saul Bellow, Isaac Bashevis Singer, & Chinua Achebe among others in order to better understand ourselves and the

human condition at large. Such texts will function to some extent as models for the types of writing students will perform, but the texts will also

function as artifacts with which we can hopefully make deep & complex philosophical, psychological, social, religious, historical, political, & aesthetic

inquiries intrinsic to the liberal arts tradition. Because the texts will be almost exclusively American, cultural criticism will pervade our intellectual

investigations, and students will have many opportunities to reflect upon their roles and identities as members of various communities and as earthlings.

This course is the second semester offering of the year-long Literary Studies First-Year Seminar. Students who enrolled in this topic in the fall are

encouraged to enroll in this topic in the spring.

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FYS 101 43 4237 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Rebels with a Cause

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 278 Days: MWF Time: 10:00am - 10:50am Instructor: Smith,Christine M

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

This First Year Seminar will analyze challenges to authority, with attention to the way those challenges are reflected in fiction and non-fiction. Larger

questions such as - what constitutes a rebellion? why and how do we rebel? what role does the rebel serve in society? - these will become topics for

discussion and writing integrated with the texts used. In the course of reading and discussing these works of literature, students will cultivate the skills

necessary for critical thinking, oral communication, and effective writing. The course will also serve as an introduction to the vitality of the liberal

arts. As a seminar the class will be structured around student discussion as well as student presentations, in class writing and writing workshops. The

second semester will consider the American Civil War, called at its outset the War of the Rebellion, will emphasize the common soldier and his family, and

will require a genealogy project. Semester one is not prerequisite to semester two, but students who enroll in this topic in the fall are expected to enroll

in this topic in the spring.

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Subject Catalog Nbr Section Class Nbr Course Title Component Units Topics

FYS 101 44 4238 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Rebels with a Cause

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 242 Days: MWF Time: 1:00pm - 1:50pm Instructor: Smith,Christine M

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 16 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

This First Year Seminar will analyze challenges to authority, with attention to the way those challenges are reflected in fiction and non-fiction. Larger

questions such as - what constitutes a rebellion? why and how do we rebel? what role does the rebel serve in society? - these will become topics for

discussion and writing integrated with the texts used. In the course of reading and discussing these works of literature, students will cultivate the skills

necessary for critical thinking, oral communication, and effective writing. The course will also serve as an introduction to the vitality of the liberal

arts. As a seminar the class will be structured around student discussion as well as student presentations, in class writing and writing workshops. The

second semester will consider the American Civil War, called at its outset the War of the Rebellion, will emphasize the common soldier and his family, and

will require a genealogy project. Semester one is not prerequisite to semester two, but students who enroll in this topic in the fall are expected to enroll

in this topic in the spring.

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FYS 101 45 4250 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Change Agents, Leaders, Decisi

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 106 Days: TuTh Time: 2:25pm - 3:40pm Instructor: Reading,Nicholas James

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 15 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

In this class we will examine the role and characteristics of change agents and leaders on the individual, community and organizational level within a

society. Modern day, historical, fictional and personal perspectives will be explored, examined and compared. We will consider the dilemmas involved in

ethical decision-making and examine the choices change agents and leaders make. The student will have the opportunity to reflect on their own

decision-making process and their roles as change agents and leaders.

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FYS 101 46 4251 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Yielding, Yin/Yang and You

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 105 Days: MW Time: 2:25pm - 3:40pm Instructor: Heinz,Michael

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 14 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Since ancient times the concept of yielding has been used in China as a productive method of problem-solving in fields as (apparently) diverse as medicine,

the arts, mathematics, nutrition, martial arts and philosophy. This one-semester seminar will focus on the concept of yielding (and its cognate concepts

`emptiness', ` softness' and `Yin') in order to explore questions directly related to self, community and world: What is yielding good for? How did it

develop as a problem-solving technique, and why has it been applied in so many venues? Is yielding best understood intellectually or experientially? (The

answer is "both": with experiential learning in mind, part of the course will involve exploration of yielding through practice of Tai Chi). By reading,

discussing and writing about the works of ancient and modern commentators, students will hone their critical thinking and communication skills. A research

project and class presentation will be required.

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Subject Catalog Nbr Section Class Nbr Course Title Component Units Topics

FYS 101 47 4252 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 The Significance of Place

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 176 Days: TuTh Time: 2:25pm - 3:40pm Instructor: Caveda,Ashley Anne

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 17 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

In this class, we will analyze how the components of a place--its landscape, architecture, cultural geography and population--reflect upon and influence the

people who live within it. For this class, we will look at places as rhetorical--that is, we will learn to "read" places to better understand what they

claim about the people who inhabit them. Through analyzing various mediums, including literature, film, advertisements and travel writing, we will answer

several important questions: Is a person necessarily shaped by the places in which she or he lives? What does it mean to be from a place? How can we

capture the spirit and essence of unique places through writing and film? How do advertising companies and travel industries take advantage of our

associations with specific places?

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FYS 101 48 4253 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 The Significance of Place

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 176 Days: TuTh Time: 3:50pm - 5:05pm Instructor: Reading,Nicholas James

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

In this class, we will analyze how the components of a place--its landscape, architecture, cultural geography and population--reflect upon and influence the

people who live within it. For this class, we will look at places as rhetorical--that is, we will learn to "read" places to better understand what they

claim about the people who inhabit them. Through analyzing various mediums, including literature, film, advertisements and travel writing, we will answer

several important questions: Is a person necessarily shaped by the places in which she or he lives? What does it mean to be from a place? How can we

capture the spirit and essence of unique places through writing and film? How do advertising companies and travel industries take advantage of our

associations with specific places?

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FYS 101 49 4275 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 La Musica!: Classical Music in

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Lilly Hall Room: 133 Days: MWF Time: 8:00am - 8:50am Instructor: Brooks,Lisa E

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Classical Music and Society Students will consider the relevance of classical music to 21st century American life. We will study classical music as a

"product" and ourselves as "consumers." Finally, we will focus on the music of a particular society--Nazi Germany--to examine even broader implications of

music, including propaganda and censorship.

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FYS 101 50 4281 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Faith, Doubt and Reason

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 348 Days: MWF Time: 10:00am - 10:50am Instructor: Hege,Brent A

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

This is a two-semester course. Students who enroll in this topic in the fall are expected to enroll in this topic in the spring. Semester one is a

prerequisite for semester two.Faith Doubt and Reason. Reading and discussion of classic philosophical religious and literary texts exploring the ways in


which human beings have reflected on their relationship to God; the world and their fellow human beings. In the first semester ('The Search for God'), we

will focus on how human beings have sought to know and understand God and the world and on how that search has shaped the way humans define themselves. In

the second semester ('The Search for Community'), we will focus on how human beings have sought to define themselves in terms of the various communities to

which they belong, including families and clans, ethnic communities, nations and faith communities. The interaction and interconnections of faith, doubt

and reason will receive attention in both semesters.

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FYS 101 51 4282 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Faith, Doubt and Reason

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 348 Days: MWF Time: 11:00am - 11:50am Instructor: Hege,Brent A

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

This is a two-semester course. Students who enroll in this topic in the fall are expected to enroll in this topic in the spring. Semester one is a

prerequisite for semester two.Faith Doubt and Reason. Reading and discussion of classic philosophical religious and literary texts exploring the ways in

which human beings have reflected on their relationship to God; the world and their fellow human beings. In the first semester ('The Search for God'), we

will focus on how human beings have sought to know and understand God and the world and on how that search has shaped the way humans define themselves. In

the second semester ('The Search for Community'), we will focus on how human beings have sought to define themselves in terms of the various communities to

which they belong, including families and clans, ethnic communities, nations and faith communities. The interaction and interconnections of faith, doubt

and reason will receive attention in both semesters.

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FYS 101 52 4323 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Literature and the Law

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 276 Days: TuTh Time: 3:50pm - 5:05pm Instructor: Pebbles,Darryl Edward

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 8 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

"Literature and the Law," a course that was once a staple of the law school curriculum, has gained in popularity in recent years. We will be studying

issues which arise when law and literature intersect in the larger world: law as depicted in literary works of both historical and literary import; law as

depicted in popular culture, including film and fiction; the depiction of extra-legal recourse in the literary genre of revenge tragedy; the depiction of

gender issues; the literary value of selected landmark legal opinions; and the regulation of literature by the law in cases of obscenity, defamation and

copyright. Texts will include fiction by writers such as Melville, Kafka, Glaspell, Shakespeare, Faulkner and others; the film and the book "Twelve Angry

Men;" landmark arguments by judges such as Thurgood Marshall and Oliver Wendell Holmes and famous obscenity cases involving James Joyce's "Ulysses," and

Allen Ginsberg's "Howl."

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FYS 101 53 4324 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Literature and the Law

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 278 Days: TuTh Time: 3:50pm - 5:05pm Instructor: Scott,Susan Rattray

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 9 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

"Literature and the Law," a course that was once a staple of the law school curriculum, has gained in popularity in recent years. We will be studying

issues which arise when law and literature intersect in the larger world: law as depicted in literary works of both historical and literary import; law as

depicted in popular culture, including film and fiction; the depiction of extra-legal recourse in the literary genre of revenge tragedy; the depiction of

gender issues; the literary value of selected landmark legal opinions; and the regulation of literature by the law in cases of obscenity, defamation and

copyright. Texts will include fiction by writers such as Melville, Kafka, Glaspell, Shakespeare, Faulkner and others; the film and the book "Twelve Angry

Men;" landmark arguments by judges such as Thurgood Marshall and Oliver Wendell Holmes and famous obscenity cases involving James Joyce's "Ulysses," and

Allen Ginsberg's "Howl."

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Core Curriculum - First Year Seminar - Subject: First Year Seminar

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Subject Catalog Nbr Section Class Nbr Course Title Component Units Topics

FYS 101 54 4325 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Re-enchantment:The Grimm Truth

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 335A Days: TuTh Time: 3:50pm - 5:05pm Instructor: Hanna,James Allan

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 17 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

This is a two-semester course. Students who enroll in this topic in the fall are expected to enroll in this topic in the spring. Semester one is a

prerequisite for semester two.Once upon a time, in lands all over the world, fairy tales were passed on through generations, carried over continents by

the voices of storytellers. This semester we will be re-learning how to read fairy tales, working to uncover the layers of meaning hidden to us by our

modern eyes too readily satisfied by the obvious morals of Disney movies; will ask why fairy tales are important, why their shelf lives are so long; will

investigate how the tales themselves have shape-shifted from the oral into text and media and how this affects their worth; all while asking ourselves "what

is a fairy tale"? Our second semester will take a giant leap from the fantasy of fairy tale into the genres of "reality": creative non-fiction and memoir.

This course is the first-semester offering of the year-long First-Year Seminar.

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FYS 101 55 4326 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Apocalyptic Literature

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 242 Days: MW Time: 3:50pm - 5:05pm Instructor: Hanna,James Allan

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Apocalyptic Literature: From Beginning to The EndIn this course we will work with stories about the end of the world from a variety of cultures. We will

explore humanity's seemingly inexhaustible fascination with the apocalypse, examine how the stories we tell about it have changed, and investigate how these

stories affect our lives in both practical and surprising ways.

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FYS 101 57 4603 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 The Poetic History of Hip Hop

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 170 Days: MWF Time: 11:00am - 11:50am Instructor: Speckman,Christopher Michael

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Since rap first rose from the South Bronx nearly three decades ago, the hip hop movement has remixed pop music playlists and redefined American culture.

Though the profound rhythm and rhyme of rap are often obscured by crassness and controversy, the loaded literary wordplay of artists like Common and Mos Def

rewards a sophisticated listener. In this course, we will train our ears to hear rap¿s connection to African-American oral culture and the tradition of

Western poetry, as well as the instrumental lineage that links hip hop to jazz, blues, funk, and soul music. We¿ll examine how MCs past and present relate

to their poetic forefathers and how the inclusive multicultural history of rap reflects the reality of a nation. This is a two-semester course. Students who

enroll in this topic in the fall are expected to enroll in this topic in the spring.

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FYS 101 58 4607 First-Year Seminar Lecture 3 Field to Fork: How What We Eat

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 307 Days: TuTh Time: 3:50pm - 5:05pm Instructor: Bungard,Kara Ann

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Field to Fork: How What We Eat Shapes Our Nation Food, although one of our most basic needs, is often ignored as a powerful shaper of our physical,


cultural, and biological landscape. Looking at authors such as Michael Pollen, M.F.K. Fisher, Novella Carpenter, as well as a variety of text and

multi-media sources, we will examine how food, and the prerequisite farming, impacts our relationships with our communities, economy, and landscape. In

semester one, we will look at our relationships with food and the economy and in the second semester we will explore our food choices in relationship to

farming and ecology.

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Schedule of Classes for Fall 2013 Run Date: 10/23/2013

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Core Curriculum - Global and Historical Studies - Subject: Global and Historical Studies

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Subject Catalog Nbr Section Class Nbr Course Title Component Units Topics

GHS 202 01 4060 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 Postcolonial Studies:Caribbean

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 312 Days: TuTh Time: 1:00pm - 2:15pm Instructor: Garver,Lee A

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 26 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Postcolonial Studies: The Caribbean. Ever since Toussaint-L'Ouverture led the first successful modern slave rebellion in Haiti in the late eighteenth

century, defeating the armies of France, Britain, and Spain, the Caribbean has been a pivotal region in understanding the legacy of colonialism in the

Americas. In this course, we will examine, from an interdisciplinary and comparative framework, the long history of interaction between the Caribbean and

the West. Beginning with Christopher Columbus's 'discovery' of the New World, Europe's development of the Atlantic slave trade, and the world-changing

Haitian Revolution, we will follow the efforts of formerly colonized people of this region to forge new nations, cultures, and identities in the aftermath

of European imperialism. Topics likely to receive particular emphasis this semester include Black Nationalism and Pan-Africanism, Rastafarianism and Obeah

(Voodoo), Bob Marley and Jamaican popular music, international capitalism and the tourist industry, and the role of Caribbean women in the struggle for

postcolonial identity and the development of a diasporic consciousness. Class meets collectively on the second meeting day every week with other GHS classes

scheduled at the same time.

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GHS 202 02 4544 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 South Asian Civilizations

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 238 Days: MWF Time: 1:00pm - 1:50pm Instructor: Cornell,John Shanner

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 26 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Postcolonial Studies: The Caribbean. Ever since Toussaint-L'Ouverture led the first successful modern slave rebellion in Haiti in the late eighteenth

century, defeating the armies of France, Britain, and Spain, the Caribbean has been a pivotal region in understanding the legacy of colonialism in the

Americas. In this course, we will examine, from an interdisciplinary and comparative framework, the long history of interaction between the Caribbean and

the West. Beginning with Christopher Columbus's 'discovery' of the New World, Europe's development of the Atlantic slave trade, and the world-changing

Haitian Revolution, we will follow the efforts of formerly colonized people of this region to forge new nations, cultures, and identities in the aftermath

of European imperialism. Topics likely to receive particular emphasis this semester include Black Nationalism and Pan-Africanism, Rastafarianism and Obeah

(Voodoo), Bob Marley and Jamaican popular music, international capitalism and the tourist industry, and the role of Caribbean women in the struggle for

postcolonial identity and the development of a diasporic consciousness. Class meets collectively on the second meeting day every week with other GHS classes

scheduled at the same time.

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GHS 203 01 4140 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 Modernizing & Contemp Europe

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 203 Days: MWF Time: 1:00pm - 1:50pm Instructor: Porter,Jon MB

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 27 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Modernizing and Contemporary Europe. This course will study the early modern establishment of nation states, the Enlightenment advocacy of human rights and

constitutional government and the revolutionary movements to realize those ideas, the World Wars and the Cold War, and the establishment and expansion of

the European Union. Students who have taken one semester of GHS209 "Change and Tradition in Revolutionary Europe Colonial Nigeria" may not satisfy the

second semester of Global and Historical Studies with GHS203 "Modernizing and Contemporary Europe" due to an overlap in the material.

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Schedule of Classes for Fall 2013 Run Date: 10/23/2013

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Core Curriculum - Global and Historical Studies - Subject: Global and Historical Studies

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Subject Catalog Nbr Section Class Nbr Course Title Component Units Topics

GHS 203 02 4522 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 Modernizing & Contemp Europe

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 348 Days: TuTh Time: 3:50pm - 5:05pm Instructor: Slaboch,Matthew W

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 26 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Modernizing and Contemporary Europe. This course will study the early modern establishment of nation states, the Enlightenment advocacy of human rights and

constitutional government and the revolutionary movements to realize those ideas, the World Wars and the Cold War, and the establishment and expansion of

the European Union. Students who have taken one semester of GHS209 "Change and Tradition in Revolutionary Europe Colonial Nigeria" may not satisfy the

second semester of Global and Historical Studies with GHS203 "Modernizing and Contemporary Europe" due to an overlap in the material.

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GHS 203 03 4523 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 Modernizing & Contemp Europe

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 201 Days: TuTh Time: 5:15pm - 6:30pm Instructor: Slaboch,Matthew W

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 24 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Modernizing and Contemporary Europe. This course will study the early modern establishment of nation states, the Enlightenment advocacy of human rights and

constitutional government and the revolutionary movements to realize those ideas, the World Wars and the Cold War, and the establishment and expansion of

the European Union. Students who have taken one semester of GHS209 "Change and Tradition in Revolutionary Europe Colonial Nigeria" may not satisfy the

second semester of Global and Historical Studies with GHS203 "Modernizing and Contemporary Europe" due to an overlap in the material.

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GHS 203 04 4654 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 Modernizing & Contemp Europe

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 225 Days: MW Time: 3:50pm - 5:05pm Instructor: Townsley,Jeramy A

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 26 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Modernizing and Contemporary Europe. This course will study the early modern establishment of nation states, the Enlightenment advocacy of human rights and

constitutional government and the revolutionary movements to realize those ideas, the World Wars and the Cold War, and the establishment and expansion of

the European Union. Students who have taken one semester of GHS209 "Change and Tradition in Revolutionary Europe Colonial Nigeria" may not satisfy the

second semester of Global and Historical Studies with GHS203 "Modernizing and Contemporary Europe" due to an overlap in the material.

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GHS 204 01 4525 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 Frontiers in Latin America

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 338 Days: MWF Time: 9:00am - 9:50am Instructor: Resnick,Victoria C

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 26 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Frontiers in Latin America. This interdisciplinary course explores the historical development of the notion of 'frontiers' in Latin America through three

units of study: 1) The Frontier as Contact Zone: The Amazon, 2) The Promise of Modernization in the Southern Cone, and 3) Crossing Frontiers: Mexico and the

United States. The themes of social and cultural identity, citizen participation, sustainable development and migration will be interwoven throughout the

course.

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GHS 204 02 4526 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 Frontiers in Latin America

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 203 Days: MW Time: 5:15pm - 6:30pm Instructor: Resnick,Victoria C

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 25 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Frontiers in Latin America. This interdisciplinary course explores the historical development of the notion of 'frontiers' in Latin America through three

units of study: 1) The Frontier as Contact Zone: The Amazon, 2) The Promise of Modernization in the Southern Cone, and 3) Crossing Frontiers: Mexico and the

United States. The themes of social and cultural identity, citizen participation, sustainable development and migration will be interwoven throughout the

course.

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GHS 205 01 4172 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 East Asian Interactions

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 205 Days: TuTh Time: 11:00am - 12:15pm Instructor: Smith,Scott Edward

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 29 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

East Asian Interactions. This course explores the interactions among China, Korea, and Japan. It will examine how each of the three states has contributed

to the evolution of a common tradition, how each of them has benefited from the interactions, and how some of the interactions have caused destruction in

the regions.

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GHS 205 02 4173 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 East Asian Interactions

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 205 Days: TuTh Time: 1:00pm - 2:15pm Instructor: Smith,Scott Edward

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 26 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

East Asian Interactions. This course explores the interactions among China, Korea, and Japan. It will examine how each of the three states has contributed

to the evolution of a common tradition, how each of them has benefited from the interactions, and how some of the interactions have caused destruction in

the regions.

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GHS 205 03 4174 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 East Asian Interactions

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 205 Days: TuTh Time: 2:25pm - 3:40pm Instructor: Smith,Scott Edward

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 24 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

East Asian Interactions. This course explores the interactions among China, Korea, and Japan. It will examine how each of the three states has contributed

to the evolution of a common tradition, how each of them has benefited from the interactions, and how some of the interactions have caused destruction in

the regions.

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GHS 205 04 4175 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 East Asian Interactions

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 205 Days: TuTh Time: 3:50pm - 5:05pm Instructor: Smith,Scott Edward

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 25 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

East Asian Interactions. This course explores the interactions among China, Korea, and Japan. It will examine how each of the three states has contributed

to the evolution of a common tradition, how each of them has benefited from the interactions, and how some of the interactions have caused destruction in

the regions.


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GHS 205 05 4037 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 East Asian Interactions

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 346 Days: TuTh Time: 2:25pm - 3:40pm Instructor: Ooi,Su-Mei

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 24 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

East Asian Interactions. This course explores the interactions among China, Korea, and Japan. It will examine how each of the three states has contributed

to the evolution of a common tradition, how each of them has benefited from the interactions, and how some of the interactions have caused destruction in

the regions.

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GHS 205 06 4293 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 East Asian Interactions

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 336C Days: MW Time: 3:50pm - 5:05pm Instructor: Scarlett,Zachary A

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 25 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

East Asian Interactions. This course explores the interactions among China, Korea, and Japan. It will examine how each of the three states has contributed

to the evolution of a common tradition, how each of them has benefited from the interactions, and how some of the interactions have caused destruction in

the regions.

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GHS 205 07 5618 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 East Asian Interactions

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 172 Days: TuTh Time: 9:35am - 10:50am Instructor: Smith,Scott Edward

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 25 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

East Asian Interactions. This course explores the interactions among China, Korea, and Japan. It will examine how each of the three states has contributed

to the evolution of a common tradition, how each of them has benefited from the interactions, and how some of the interactions have caused destruction in

the regions.

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GHS 206 01 3992 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 Colonialism & Post-Co - Africa

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 141 Days: Th Time: 2:25pm - 3:40pm Instructor: Vanbaelen,Sylvie

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 201 Days: Tu Time: 2:25pm - 3:40pm Instructor: Vanbaelen,Sylvie

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 26 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Colonialism & Post-Colonialism in Africa. This course intends to explore the more complex realities of African responses to the imposition of European

military, cultural and economic domination in the colonial era and the effects of such responses continuing into the post-colonial period up to the present.

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GHS 206 02 4144 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 Colonialism & Post-Co - Africa

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: TBA Room: TBA Days: Th Time: 2:25pm - 3:40pm Instructor: Geertsema-Sligh,Margaretha

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 203 Days: Tu Time: 2:25pm - 3:40pm Instructor: Geertsema-Sligh,Margaretha


Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 25 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Colonialism & Post-Colonialism in Africa. This course intends to explore the more complex realities of African responses to the imposition of European

military, cultural and economic domination in the colonial era and the effects of such responses continuing into the post-colonial period up to the present.

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GHS 206 03 4156 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 Colonialism & Post-Co - Africa

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: TBA Room: TBA Days: Th Time: 2:25pm - 3:40pm Instructor: Garver,Lee A

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 312 Days: Tu Time: 2:25pm - 3:40pm Instructor: Garver,Lee A

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 22 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Colonialism & Post-Colonialism in Africa. This course intends to explore the more complex realities of African responses to the imposition of European

military, cultural and economic domination in the colonial era and the effects of such responses continuing into the post-colonial period up to the present.

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GHS 206 04 4157 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 Colonialism & Post-Co - Africa

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: TBA Room: TBA Days: Th Time: 2:25pm - 3:40pm Instructor: Turner,Robin Lanette

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 216 Days: Tu Time: 2:25pm - 3:40pm Instructor: Turner,Robin Lanette

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 25 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Colonialism & Post-Colonialism in Africa. This course intends to explore the more complex realities of African responses to the imposition of European

military, cultural and economic domination in the colonial era and the effects of such responses continuing into the post-colonial period up to the present.

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GHS 206 05 4527 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 Colonialism & Post-Co - Africa

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 205 Days: MW Time: 5:15pm - 6:30pm Instructor: Henry,Racquel L

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 23 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Colonialism & Post-Colonialism in Africa. This course intends to explore the more complex realities of African responses to the imposition of European

military, cultural and economic domination in the colonial era and the effects of such responses continuing into the post-colonial period up to the present.

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GHS 206 06 4528 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 Colonialism & Post-Co - Africa

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 205 Days: TuTh Time: 5:15pm - 6:30pm Instructor: Henry,Racquel L

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 24 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Colonialism & Post-Colonialism in Africa. This course intends to explore the more complex realities of African responses to the imposition of European

military, cultural and economic domination in the colonial era and the effects of such responses continuing into the post-colonial period up to the present.

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Schedule of Classes for Fall 2013 Run Date: 10/23/2013

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Core Curriculum - Global and Historical Studies - Subject: Global and Historical Studies

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Subject Catalog Nbr Section Class Nbr Course Title Component Units Topics

GHS 207 01 4018 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 Resistance & Rights: Women

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 201 Days: TuTh Time: 11:00am - 12:15pm Instructor: Ramsbottom,John David

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 28 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Resistance & Rights: Global Women. In this course, we will examine the means by which women around the globe work individually and collectively to gain

basic human rights. Issues of culture, religion, tradition, beauty, tourism, health, war, immigration, and the media will be explored as we consider the

possibilities for activism and resistance to oppression.

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GHS 207 02 4239 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 Resistance & Rights: Women

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 205 Days: MW Time: 1:00pm - 2:15pm Instructor: O'Connor-Ledbetter,Robin Ann

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 25 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Resistance & Rights: Global Women. In this course, we will examine the means by which women around the globe work individually and collectively to gain

basic human rights. Issues of culture, religion, tradition, beauty, tourism, health, war, immigration, and the media will be explored as we consider the

possibilities for activism and resistance to oppression.

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GHS 207 03 4240 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 Resistance & Rights: Women

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 205 Days: MW Time: 2:25pm - 3:40pm Instructor: O'Connor-Ledbetter,Robin Ann

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 26 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Resistance & Rights: Global Women. In this course, we will examine the means by which women around the globe work individually and collectively to gain

basic human rights. Issues of culture, religion, tradition, beauty, tourism, health, war, immigration, and the media will be explored as we consider the

possibilities for activism and resistance to oppression.

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GHS 207 04 4520 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 Resistance & Rights: Women

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 201 Days: MW Time: 3:50pm - 5:05pm Instructor: Ayoubi,Laila

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 25 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Resistance & Rights: Global Women. In this course, we will examine the means by which women around the globe work individually and collectively to gain

basic human rights. Issues of culture, religion, tradition, beauty, tourism, health, war, immigration, and the media will be explored as we consider the

possibilities for activism and resistance to oppression.

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Schedule of Classes for Fall 2013 Run Date: 10/23/2013

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Core Curriculum - Global and Historical Studies - Subject: Global and Historical Studies

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Subject Catalog Nbr Section Class Nbr Course Title Component Units Topics

GHS 207 05 4521 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 Resistance & Rights: Women

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 201 Days: MW Time: 5:15pm - 6:30pm Instructor: Ayoubi,Laila

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 27 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Resistance & Rights: Global Women. In this course, we will examine the means by which women around the globe work individually and collectively to gain

basic human rights. Issues of culture, religion, tradition, beauty, tourism, health, war, immigration, and the media will be explored as we consider the

possibilities for activism and resistance to oppression.

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GHS 208 01 4019 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 China &the Islamic Middle East

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 201 Days: MWF Time: 1:00pm - 1:50pm Instructor: Ramsbottom,John David

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 27 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Change & Tradition in China & the Islamic Middle East. This course examines the roots of the oldest continuing civilization today, China, and the origin

and emergence of Islam as a major world culture and religion. It addresses the challenges of modernity for these two traditional cultures, particularly as

they have responded to a world increasingly influenced by the West.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

GHS 208 02 4020 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 China &the Islamic Middle East

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 201 Days: MWF Time: 12:00pm - 12:50pm Instructor: Ramsbottom,John David

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 26 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Change & Tradition in China & the Islamic Middle East. This course examines the roots of the oldest continuing civilization today, China, and the origin

and emergence of Islam as a major world culture and religion. It addresses the challenges of modernity for these two traditional cultures, particularly as

they have responded to a world increasingly influenced by the West.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

GHS 208 03 4021 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 China &the Islamic Middle East

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 203 Days: MWF Time: 10:00am - 10:50am Instructor: Cornell,John Shanner

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 26 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Change & Tradition in China & the Islamic Middle East. This course examines the roots of the oldest continuing civilization today, China, and the origin

and emergence of Islam as a major world culture and religion. It addresses the challenges of modernity for these two traditional cultures, particularly as

they have responded to a world increasingly influenced by the West.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


Butler University Page No. 27 of 54

Schedule of Classes for Fall 2013 Run Date: 10/23/2013

Run Time: 11:45:07

Core Curriculum - Global and Historical Studies - Subject: Global and Historical Studies

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Subject Catalog Nbr Section Class Nbr Course Title Component Units Topics

GHS 208 04 4022 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 China &the Islamic Middle East

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 201 Days: MWF Time: 10:00am - 10:50am Instructor: Hanson,Paul R

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 26 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Change & Tradition in China & the Islamic Middle East. This course examines the roots of the oldest continuing civilization today, China, and the origin

and emergence of Islam as a major world culture and religion. It addresses the challenges of modernity for these two traditional cultures, particularly as

they have responded to a world increasingly influenced by the West.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

GHS 208 05 4023 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 China &the Islamic Middle East

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 203 Days: MWF Time: 12:00pm - 12:50pm Instructor: Swanson,Scott G

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 26 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Change & Tradition in China & the Islamic Middle East. This course examines the roots of the oldest continuing civilization today, China, and the origin

and emergence of Islam as a major world culture and religion. It addresses the challenges of modernity for these two traditional cultures, particularly as

they have responded to a world increasingly influenced by the West.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

GHS 208 06 4059 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 China &the Islamic Middle East

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 201 Days: MWF Time: 9:00am - 9:50am Instructor: Walsh,William P

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 27 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Change & Tradition in China & the Islamic Middle East. This course examines the roots of the oldest continuing civilization today, China, and the origin

and emergence of Islam as a major world culture and religion. It addresses the challenges of modernity for these two traditional cultures, particularly as

they have responded to a world increasingly influenced by the West.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

GHS 208 07 4106 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 China &the Islamic Middle East

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 335A Days: TuTh Time: 8:00am - 9:15am Instructor: Vance,Michael A

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 26 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Change & Tradition in China & the Islamic Middle East. This course examines the roots of the oldest continuing civilization today, China, and the origin

and emergence of Islam as a major world culture and religion. It addresses the challenges of modernity for these two traditional cultures, particularly as

they have responded to a world increasingly influenced by the West.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


Butler University Page No. 28 of 54

Schedule of Classes for Fall 2013 Run Date: 10/23/2013

Run Time: 11:45:07

Core Curriculum - Global and Historical Studies - Subject: Global and Historical Studies

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Subject Catalog Nbr Section Class Nbr Course Title Component Units Topics

GHS 208 08 4141 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 China &the Islamic Middle East

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 205 Days: MWF Time: 9:00am - 9:50am Instructor: Porter,Jon MB

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 26 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Change & Tradition in China & the Islamic Middle East. This course examines the roots of the oldest continuing civilization today, China, and the origin

and emergence of Islam as a major world culture and religion. It addresses the challenges of modernity for these two traditional cultures, particularly as

they have responded to a world increasingly influenced by the West.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

GHS 208 09 4143 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 China &the Islamic Middle East

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 205 Days: MWF Time: 10:00am - 10:50am Instructor: Porter,Jon MB

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 28 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Change & Tradition in China & the Islamic Middle East. This course examines the roots of the oldest continuing civilization today, China, and the origin

and emergence of Islam as a major world culture and religion. It addresses the challenges of modernity for these two traditional cultures, particularly as

they have responded to a world increasingly influenced by the West.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

GHS 208 10 4158 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 China &the Islamic Middle East

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 203 Days: MW Time: 2:25pm - 3:40pm Instructor: Keating,James R

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 25 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Change & Tradition in China & the Islamic Middle East. This course examines the roots of the oldest continuing civilization today, China, and the origin

and emergence of Islam as a major world culture and religion. It addresses the challenges of modernity for these two traditional cultures, particularly as

they have responded to a world increasingly influenced by the West.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

GHS 208 11 4159 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 China &the Islamic Middle East

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 203 Days: MW Time: 3:50pm - 5:05pm Instructor: Keating,James R

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 26 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Change & Tradition in China & the Islamic Middle East. This course examines the roots of the oldest continuing civilization today, China, and the origin

and emergence of Islam as a major world culture and religion. It addresses the challenges of modernity for these two traditional cultures, particularly as

they have responded to a world increasingly influenced by the West.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


Butler University Page No. 29 of 54

Schedule of Classes for Fall 2013 Run Date: 10/23/2013

Run Time: 11:45:07

Core Curriculum - Global and Historical Studies - Subject: Global and Historical Studies

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Subject Catalog Nbr Section Class Nbr Course Title Component Units Topics

GHS 208 12 4160 Global and Historical Studies Lecture 3 China &the Islamic Middle East

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 203 Days: TuTh Time: 5:15pm - 6:30pm Instructor: Keating,James R

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 25 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Change & Tradition in China & the Islamic Middle East. This course examines the roots of the oldest continuing civilization today, China, and the origin

and emergence of Islam as a major world culture and religion. It addresses the challenges of modernity for these two traditional cultures, particularly as

they have responded to a world increasingly influenced by the West.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


Butler University Page No. 30 of 54

Schedule of Classes for Fall 2013 Run Date: 10/23/2013

Run Time: 11:45:07

Core Curriculum - Natural World - Subject: The Natural World

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Subject Catalog Nbr Section Class Nbr Course Title Component Units Topics

NW 200-BI 01 3782 Biology and Society Lecture 5

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 158 Days: Th Time: 8:00am - 8:50am Instructor: Osborne,Charissa Dresden

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 158 Days: MWF Time: 8:00am - 8:50am Instructor: Osborne,Charissa Dresden

Class Enrl Cap: 24 Class Enrl Tot: 24 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

NW 200-BI 01A 3783 Biology and Society Laboratory 5

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 158 Days: Th Time: 9:00am - 10:50am Instructor: Osborne,Charissa Dresden

Class Enrl Cap: 24 Class Enrl Tot: 24 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

NW 200-BI 02 4087 Biology and Society Lecture 5

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 098 Days: MTuWF Time: 1:00pm - 1:50pm Instructor: Anders,Constance M

Class Enrl Cap: 24 Class Enrl Tot: 24 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

NW 200-BI 02A 4088 Biology and Society Laboratory 5

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 098 Days: W Time: 2:00pm - 3:50pm Instructor: Anders,Constance M

Class Enrl Cap: 24 Class Enrl Tot: 24 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

NW 200-BI 50 4598 Biology and Society Lecture 5

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 162 Days: W Time: 6:00pm - 6:50pm Instructor: Moxley,Donovan James

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 162 Days: M Time: 6:00pm - 8:30pm Instructor: Moxley,Donovan James

Class Enrl Cap: 24 Class Enrl Tot: 24 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

NW 200-BI 50A 4599 Biology and Society Laboratory 5

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 162 Days: W Time: 6:50pm - 8:50pm Instructor: Moxley,Donovan James

Class Enrl Cap: 24 Class Enrl Tot: 24 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


NW 202-BI 01 3786 The World of Plants Lecture 5

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 090 Days: MWThF Time: 11:00am - 11:50am Instructor: Schmid,Katherine M

Class Enrl Cap: 24 Class Enrl Tot: 23 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

NW 202-BI 01A 3787 The World of Plants Laboratory 5

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 022 Days: Th Time: 2:25pm - 4:15pm Instructor: Schmid,Katherine M

Class Enrl Cap: 24 Class Enrl Tot: 23 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

NW 203-BI 01 3784 Genetics & Evolution Lecture 5

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 102 Days: TuTh Time: 11:00am - 12:15pm Instructor: Dolan,Thomas E

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 162 Days: W Time: 2:00pm - 2:50pm Instructor: Dolan,Thomas E

Class Enrl Cap: 24 Class Enrl Tot: 25 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

NW 203-BI 01A 3785 Genetics & Evolution Laboratory 5

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 162 Days: W Time: 3:00pm - 4:50pm Instructor: Dolan,Thomas E

Class Enrl Cap: 24 Class Enrl Tot: 25 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

NW 203-BI 02 4529 Genetics & Evolution Lecture 5

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 162 Days: TuTh Time: 9:35am - 10:50am Instructor: Dolan,Thomas E

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 090 Days: Tu Time: 2:25pm - 3:15pm Instructor: Dolan,Thomas E

Class Enrl Cap: 24 Class Enrl Tot: 24 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

NW 203-BI 02A 4530 Genetics & Evolution Laboratory 5

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 090 Days: Tu Time: 3:25pm - 5:15pm Instructor: Dolan,Thomas E

Class Enrl Cap: 24 Class Enrl Tot: 24 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

NW 205-BI 01 1209 Urban Ecology Lecture 5

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 098 Days: TuTh Time: 9:35am - 10:50am Instructor: Kesling,Mark Darby

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 098 Days: Tu Time: 2:25pm - 3:15pm Instructor: Kesling,Mark Darby


Class Enrl Cap: 24 Class Enrl Tot: 24 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

NW 205-BI 01A 1210 Urban Ecology Laboratory 5

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 098 Days: Tu Time: 3:25pm - 5:15pm Instructor: Instructor,Unassigned

Class Enrl Cap: 24 Class Enrl Tot: 24 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

NW 205-BI 02 1211 Urban Ecology Lecture 5

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 098 Days: TuTh Time: 11:00am - 12:15pm Instructor: Mink,Nicolaas J

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 098 Days: Th Time: 2:25pm - 3:15pm Instructor: Mink,Nicolaas J

Class Enrl Cap: 24 Class Enrl Tot: 24 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

NW 205-BI 02A 1212 Urban Ecology Laboratory 5

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 098 Days: Th Time: 3:25pm - 5:15pm Instructor: Mink,Nicolaas J

Class Enrl Cap: 24 Class Enrl Tot: 24 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

NW 210-CH 01 1207 Chemistry and Society Lecture 5

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 101 Days: MTuWF Time: 1:00pm - 1:50pm Instructor: Hopkins,Todd A

Class Enrl Cap: 32 Class Enrl Tot: 32 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

NW 210-CH 01A 1208 Chemistry and Society Laboratory 5

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Holcomb Building Room: 335 Days: M Time: 2:00pm - 3:50pm Instructor: Hopkins,Todd A

Class Enrl Cap: 16 Class Enrl Tot: 16 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

NW 210-CH 01B 4067 Chemistry and Society Laboratory 5

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Holcomb Building Room: 335 Days: Tu Time: 2:00pm - 3:50pm Instructor: Hopkins,Todd A

Class Enrl Cap: 16 Class Enrl Tot: 16 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

NW 210-CH 02 1264 Chemistry and Society Lecture 5

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 101 Days: MTuWF Time: 9:00am - 9:50am Instructor: Tice,Nathan C

Class Enrl Cap: 32 Class Enrl Tot: 30 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


Butler University Page No. 33 of 54

Schedule of Classes for Fall 2013 Run Date: 10/23/2013

Run Time: 11:45:07

Core Curriculum - Natural World - Subject: The Natural World

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Subject Catalog Nbr Section Class Nbr Course Title Component Units Topics

NW 210-CH 02C 1265 Chemistry and Society Laboratory 5

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Holcomb Building Room: 335 Days: Th Time: 9:00am - 10:50am Instructor: Tice,Nathan C

Class Enrl Cap: 16 Class Enrl Tot: 16 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

NW 210-CH 02D 4068 Chemistry and Society Laboratory 5

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Holcomb Building Room: 335 Days: W Time: 2:25pm - 4:15pm Instructor: Tice,Nathan C

Class Enrl Cap: 16 Class Enrl Tot: 14 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

NW 210-CH 03 4567 Chemistry and Society Lecture 5

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 101 Days: MTuWTh Time: 8:00am - 8:50am Instructor: Benz-Moy,Tara

Class Enrl Cap: 16 Class Enrl Tot: 7 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

NW 210-CH 03E 4568 Chemistry and Society Laboratory 5

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Holcomb Building Room: 335 Days: W Time: 9:00am - 10:50am Instructor: Benz-Moy,Tara

Class Enrl Cap: 16 Class Enrl Tot: 7 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

NW 260-COE 01 1260 Earth Systems Science Lecture 5

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 183 Days: TuTh Time: 2:30pm - 4:15pm Instructor: McAllister,Meredith Lynn

Class Enrl Cap: 20 Class Enrl Tot: 20 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

NW 260-COE 01A 1261 Earth Systems Science Laboratory 5

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 098 Days: Tu Time: 7:00pm - 8:45pm Instructor: McAllister,Meredith Lynn

Class Enrl Cap: 20 Class Enrl Tot: 20 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

NW 262-PH 01 1215 The Physical World Lecture 5

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 101 Days: MTuW Time: 5:15pm - 6:25pm Instructor: Justice,Matthew J

Class Enrl Cap: 30 Class Enrl Tot: 27 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0


____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

NW 262-PH 01A 1216 The Physical World Laboratory 5

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 220 Days: W Time: 6:30pm - 8:20pm Instructor: Justice,Matthew J

Class Enrl Cap: 15 Class Enrl Tot: 13 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

NW 262-PH 01B 1217 The Physical World Laboratory 5

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 220 Days: Th Time: 5:15pm - 7:05pm Instructor: Justice,Matthew J

Class Enrl Cap: 15 Class Enrl Tot: 14 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

NW 263-AS 01 1218 The Astronomical Universe Lecture 5

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Holcomb ObservatoryRoom: 100 Days: MWThF Time: 10:00am - 10:50am Instructor: Murphy,Brian W

Class Enrl Cap: 30 Class Enrl Tot: 31 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

NW 263-AS 01A 1219 The Astronomical Universe Laboratory 5

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Holcomb ObservatoryRoom: 100 Days: Tu Time: 9:00am - 10:50am Instructor: Murphy,Brian W

Class Enrl Cap: 15 Class Enrl Tot: 16 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

NW 263-AS 01B 1220 The Astronomical Universe Laboratory 5

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Holcomb ObservatoryRoom: 100 Days: Tu Time: 11:00am - 12:50pm Instructor: Murphy,Brian W

Class Enrl Cap: 15 Class Enrl Tot: 15 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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Butler University Page No. 35 of 54

Schedule of Classes for Fall 2013 Run Date: 10/23/2013

Run Time: 11:45:07

Core Curriculum - Physical Well Being - Subject: Physical Well Being

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Subject Catalog Nbr Section Class Nbr Course Title Component Units Topics

PWB 101 01 1181 Ballroom Dance Sport Field Studies 1

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Hinkle Fieldhouse Room: WG Days: F Time: 9:00am - 10:50am Instructor: Ablog,Colleen S

Class Enrl Cap: 40 Class Enrl Tot: 29 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

PWB 101 02 1189 Ballroom Dance Sport Field Studies 1

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Hinkle Fieldhouse Room: WG Days: F Time: 11:00am - 12:50pm Instructor: Ablog Jr,Angelo G

Class Enrl Cap: 40 Class Enrl Tot: 40 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

PWB 102 01 1252 Israeli Dancing Field Studies 1

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Health and RecreatioRoom: 045 Days: MW Time: 2:00pm - 2:50pm Instructor: McDonald,Rhea K

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 8 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

PWB 103-DA 01 1197 Beginning Ballet 2 (non-majorsField Studies 1

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Lilly Hall Room: 077 Days: MF Time: 8:00am - 8:50am Instructor: Ladner,Jennifer A

Class Enrl Cap: 20 Class Enrl Tot: 15 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

PWB 104-DA 01 1198 Begining Jazz Field Studies 1

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Lilly Hall Room: 077 Days: TuTh Time: 8:00am - 8:50am Instructor: Ladner,Jennifer A

Class Enrl Cap: 20 Class Enrl Tot: 15 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

PWB 105-DA 01 1199 Intermediate/Advanced Jazz Field Studies 1

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Lilly Hall Room: 077 Days: TuTh Time: 9:35am - 10:25am Instructor: Ladner,Jennifer A

Class Enrl Cap: 20 Class Enrl Tot: 9 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

PWB 106-DA 01 1200 Modern Dance (non-majors) Field Studies 1

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Lilly Hall Room: 077 Days: MF Time: 9:00am - 9:50am Instructor: Ladner,Jennifer A

Class Enrl Cap: 20 Class Enrl Tot: 9 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0


____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

PWB 121-PE 01 1177 Beginning Tennis Field Studies 1

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Hinkle Fieldhouse Room: BUBBLE Days: MW Time: 9:00am - 9:50am Instructor: Bailey,Tayo Kanisha

Class Enrl Cap: 16 Class Enrl Tot: 11 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

PWB 121-PE 02 1184 Beginning Tennis Field Studies 1

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Hinkle Fieldhouse Room: BUBBLE Days: MW Time: 8:00am - 8:50am Instructor: Bailey,Tayo Kanisha

Class Enrl Cap: 16 Class Enrl Tot: 15 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

PWB 121-PE 03 1202 Beginning Tennis Field Studies 1

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Hinkle Fieldhouse Room: BUBBLE Days: MW Time: 11:00am - 11:50am Instructor: Bailey,Tayo Kanisha

Class Enrl Cap: 16 Class Enrl Tot: 15 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

PWB 122-PE 01 1185 Advanced Tennis Field Studies 1

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Hinkle Fieldhouse Room: BUBBLE Days: MW Time: 10:00am - 10:50am Instructor: Bailey,Tayo Kanisha

Class Enrl Cap: 16 Class Enrl Tot: 13 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

PWB 124-PE 01 1179 Basketball Field Studies 1

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Hinkle Fieldhouse Room: WG Days: MW Time: 11:00am - 11:50am Instructor: DeWilde,Jacob Stephen

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 22 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

PWB 124-PE 02 1201 Basketball Field Studies 1

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Hinkle Fieldhouse Room: WG Days: MW Time: 10:00am - 10:50am Instructor: DeWilde,Jacob Stephen

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 25 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

PWB 125-PE 01 1180 T'ai Chi Field Studies 1

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Health and RecreatioRoom: 045 Days: MW Time: 12:00pm - 12:50pm Instructor: Heinz,Michael

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 25 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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Butler University Page No. 37 of 54

Schedule of Classes for Fall 2013 Run Date: 10/23/2013

Run Time: 11:45:07

Core Curriculum - Physical Well Being - Subject: Physical Well Being

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Subject Catalog Nbr Section Class Nbr Course Title Component Units Topics

PWB 125-PE 02 1188 T'ai Chi Field Studies 1

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Health and RecreatioRoom: 045 Days: MW Time: 11:00am - 11:50am Instructor: Heinz,Michael

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 20 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

PWB 126-PE 01 1190 Buda Khi Field Studies 1

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Health and RecreatioRoom: 050 Days: TuTh Time: 2:30pm - 3:20pm Instructor: Easley,Lester J

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 25 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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PWB 126-PE 02 1196 Buda Khi Field Studies 1

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Health and RecreatioRoom: 050 Days: TuTh Time: 1:00pm - 1:50pm Instructor: Easley,Lester J

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 25 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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PWB 126-PE 03 1203 Buda Khi Field Studies 1

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Health and RecreatioRoom: 050 Days: TuTh Time: 12:00pm - 12:50pm Instructor: Easley,Lester J

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 25 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

PWB 127-PE 01 1194 Weighing in on Optimal Health Field Studies 1

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 172 Days: MW Time: 10:00am - 10:50am Instructor: Cole,Charles Brandon

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 14 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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PWB 129-PE 01 1178 Strength and Conditioning Field Studies 1

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Health and RecreatioRoom: 040 Days: MW Time: 10:00am - 10:50am Instructor: Porch,Dartanya

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 23 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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PWB 129-PE 02 1191 Strength and Conditioning Field Studies 1

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Health and RecreatioRoom: 040 Days: MW Time: 9:00am - 9:50am Instructor: Cole,Charles Brandon

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 24 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0


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PWB 129-PE 03 1192 Strength and Conditioning Field Studies 1

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Health and RecreatioRoom: 040 Days: TuTh Time: 9:35am - 10:25am Instructor: Guzzo,Joseph Louis

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 23 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

PWB 135-PE 01 1204 Spinning Field Studies 1

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Health and RecreatioRoom: 050 Days: MW Time: 3:00pm - 3:50pm Instructor: Peak,Amy S

Class Enrl Cap: 12 Class Enrl Tot: 12 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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PWB 140 01 1182 Marching Band Field Studies 1

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Lilly Hall Room: 112 Days: F Time: 4:15pm - 6:45pm Instructor: McCullough,David H

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Hinkle Fieldhouse Room: Days: F Time: 4:15pm - 6:45pm Instructor: McCullough,David H

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Hinkle Fieldhouse Room: Days: MW Time: 5:15pm - 6:45pm Instructor: Staff

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Lilly Hall Room: 112 Days: MW Time: 5:15pm - 6:45pm Instructor: Staff

Class Enrl Cap: 150 Class Enrl Tot: 43 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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PWB 141 01 1183 Cheerleading Field Studies 1

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: TBA Room: TBA Days: TBA Time: TBA Instructor: Troyer,Jamie L

Class Enrl Cap: 15 Class Enrl Tot: 4 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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PWB 160 01 1193 Women's Self Defense Field Studies 1

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Health and RecreatioRoom: 050 Days: TuTh Time: 11:00am - 11:50am Instructor: Ryan,Andrew

Class Enrl Cap: 20 Class Enrl Tot: 20 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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PWB 161 01 1244 Sports Fishing Field Studies 1

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Hinkle Fieldhouse Room: EC Days: TuTh Time: 11:00am - 11:50am Instructor: Farley,Steven T

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 24 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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Schedule of Classes for Fall 2013 Run Date: 10/23/2013

Run Time: 11:45:07

Core Curriculum - Physical Well Being - Subject: Physical Well Being

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Subject Catalog Nbr Section Class Nbr Course Title Component Units Topics

PWB 162S 01 1186 Wagging, Walking, and WellnessField Studies 1

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Hinkle Fieldhouse Room: EC Days: M Time: 1:00pm - 2:50pm Instructor: Farley,Lisa A

Class Enrl Cap: 20 Class Enrl Tot: 20 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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PWB 162S 02 1187 Wagging, Walking, and WellnessField Studies 1

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Hinkle Fieldhouse Room: EC Days: W Time: 1:00pm - 2:50pm Instructor: Farley,Lisa A

Class Enrl Cap: 20 Class Enrl Tot: 20 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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PWB 162S 03 4247 Wagging, Walking, and WellnessField Studies 1

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 225 Days: Th Time: 3:00pm - 5:00pm Instructor: Jones Jr,Melvin Eugene

Class Enrl Cap: 20 Class Enrl Tot: 20 Class Wait Cap: 10 Class Wait Tot: 6 Class Min Enrl: 0

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PWB 166 01 1195 Intercollegiate Athletics Field Studies 1

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: TBA Room: TBA Days: TBA Time: TBA Instructor: Hopkins,Sonya L

Class Enrl Cap: 125 Class Enrl Tot: 77 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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Schedule of Classes for Fall 2013 Run Date: 10/23/2013

Run Time: 11:45:07

Core Curriculum - Perspectives in Creative Arts - Subject: Perspectives in the Creat Arts

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Subject Catalog Nbr Section Class Nbr Course Title Component Units Topics

PCA 200-ART 01 1163 Introduction to Visual Art Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan College AnnexRoom: 105 Days: MWF Time: 9:00am - 9:50am Instructor: Winings,Roseanne

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 25 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

This course combines the study of visual art (art history, art criticism and aesthetics) with studio art experience (the elements of art and the principles

of design put into practice). A wide variety of media are considered, including those sometimes termed 'popular culture' film, television, advertising art

and web design-in addition to more traditional forms such as painting and sculpture. Students develop a critical awareness of art and develop a vocabulary

with which to describe their own and others' work. The coursework is primarily composed of class discussion, written assignments and creative projects.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

PCA 200-ART 02 1164 Introduction to Visual Art Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan College AnnexRoom: 105 Days: MWF Time: 10:00am - 10:50am Instructor: Mix,Elizabeth

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 25 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

This course combines the study of visual art (art history, art criticism and aesthetics) with studio art experience (the elements of art and the principles

of design put into practice). A wide variety of media are considered, including those sometimes termed 'popular culture' film, television, advertising art

and web design-in addition to more traditional forms such as painting and sculpture. Students develop a critical awareness of art and develop a vocabulary

with which to describe their own and others' work. The coursework is primarily composed of class discussion, written assignments and creative projects.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

PCA 200-ART 03 1258 Introduction to Visual Art Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan College AnnexRoom: 105 Days: TuTh Time: 9:35am - 10:50am Instructor: Nyktas,Steve

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 24 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

PCA 200-ART 04 1259 Introduction to Visual Art Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan College AnnexRoom: 105 Days: MW Time: 1:00pm - 2:15pm Instructor: Rao,Gautam

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 25 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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PCA 200-ART 05 4595 Introduction to Visual Art Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan College AnnexRoom: 105 Days: MWF Time: 8:00am - 8:50am Instructor: Method,Sara Leigh

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 24 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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Schedule of Classes for Fall 2013 Run Date: 10/23/2013

Run Time: 11:45:07

Core Curriculum - Perspectives in Creative Arts - Subject: Perspectives in the Creat Arts

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Subject Catalog Nbr Section Class Nbr Course Title Component Units Topics

PCA 232-EN 01 1237 Seeing the World & the Self Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Garden House Room: 100 Days: TuTh Time: 9:35am - 10:50am Instructor: Goldsmith,Jason N

Class Enrl Cap: 20 Class Enrl Tot: 20 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

When you look out the window do you see a tree or the rhythmic sway of dark line and bright color? Do you see a field of grass or waves of innumerable

greens? This course will encourage you to see the world through the eyes of an artist by focusing on the natural world. To achieve this we will examine a

variety of formats including poetry, the personal essay, painting, and photography in relation to key aesthetic concepts such as the sublime, the beautiful,

and the picturesque. We will juxtapose contemporary writers and artists with those from earlier periods to demonstrate how the way we see the world is

culturally determined. We will complement our readings with trips to nearby museums (IMA), galleries, and the studios of local artists. In addition, we will

take advantage of such local natural resources as the grounds of the IMA, the canal walk, and Holcomb Gardens, where you will find the raw material for your

own reflection and creative expression.

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PCA 232-EN 02 1238 Seeing the World & the Self Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Garden House Room: 100 Days: TuTh Time: 11:00am - 12:15pm Instructor: Goldsmith,Jason N

Class Enrl Cap: 20 Class Enrl Tot: 20 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

When you look out the window do you see a tree or the rhythmic sway of dark line and bright color? Do you see a field of grass or waves of innumerable

greens? This course will encourage you to see the world through the eyes of an artist by focusing on the natural world. To achieve this we will examine a

variety of formats including poetry, the personal essay, painting, and photography in relation to key aesthetic concepts such as the sublime, the beautiful,

and the picturesque. We will juxtapose contemporary writers and artists with those from earlier periods to demonstrate how the way we see the world is

culturally determined. We will complement our readings with trips to nearby museums (IMA), galleries, and the studios of local artists. In addition, we will

take advantage of such local natural resources as the grounds of the IMA, the canal walk, and Holcomb Gardens, where you will find the raw material for your

own reflection and creative expression.

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PCA 241-MU 01 1175 Music in Action Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Lilly Hall Room: 133 Days: TuTh Time: 8:00am - 9:15am Instructor: Johnson,Nicholas D

Class Enrl Cap: 24 Class Enrl Tot: 24 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

The arts are a fundamental expression of the human condition and as such, a key element in developing an understanding of cultures. This course provides

both an historical overview of music and its development within Western civilization as well as an exploration of what gives music its meaning and emotional

charge. Students will examine and discuss music from a variety of historical periods; attend live performances; participate in written exercises and class

activities relating music to the socio-cultural environment in which it was created; investigate the lives and ideas of leading composers and artists; and

engage in creative projects.

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Schedule of Classes for Fall 2013 Run Date: 10/23/2013

Run Time: 11:45:07

Core Curriculum - Perspectives in Creative Arts - Subject: Perspectives in the Creat Arts

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Subject Catalog Nbr Section Class Nbr Course Title Component Units Topics

PCA 241-MU 02 1165 Music in Action Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Lilly Hall Room: 145 Days: TuTh Time: 9:35am - 10:50am Instructor: Mulholland,James Q

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 25 Class Wait Cap: 25 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

The arts are a fundamental expression of the human condition and as such, a key element in developing an understanding of cultures. This course provides

both an historical overview of music and its development within Western civilization as well as an exploration of what gives music its meaning and emotional

charge. Students will examine and discuss music from a variety of historical periods; attend live performances; participate in written exercises and class

activities relating music to the socio-cultural environment in which it was created; investigate the lives and ideas of leading composers and artists; and

engage in creative projects.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

PCA 241-MU 03 1166 Music in Action Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Lilly Hall Room: 145 Days: TuTh Time: 1:00pm - 2:15pm Instructor: Mulholland,James Q

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 26 Class Wait Cap: 25 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

The arts are a fundamental expression of the human condition and as such, a key element in developing an understanding of cultures. This course provides

both an historical overview of music and its development within Western civilization as well as an exploration of what gives music its meaning and emotional

charge. Students will examine and discuss music from a variety of historical periods; attend live performances; participate in written exercises and class

activities relating music to the socio-cultural environment in which it was created; investigate the lives and ideas of leading composers and artists; and

engage in creative projects.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

PCA 241-MU 04 1168 Music in Action Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Lilly Hall Room: 145 Days: TuTh Time: 2:25pm - 3:40pm Instructor: Mulholland,James Q

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 25 Class Wait Cap: 25 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

The arts are a fundamental expression of the human condition and as such, a key element in developing an understanding of cultures. This course provides

both an historical overview of music and its development within Western civilization as well as an exploration of what gives music its meaning and emotional

charge. Students will examine and discuss music from a variety of historical periods; attend live performances; participate in written exercises and class

activities relating music to the socio-cultural environment in which it was created; investigate the lives and ideas of leading composers and artists; and

engage in creative projects.

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PCA 241-MU 05 1169 Music in Action Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Lilly Hall Room: 124 Days: MWF Time: 10:00am - 10:50am Instructor: Sanborn,Timothy John

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 26 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

The arts are a fundamental expression of the human condition and as such, a key element in developing an understanding of cultures. This course provides

both an historical overview of music and its development within Western civilization as well as an exploration of what gives music its meaning and emotional


charge. Students will examine and discuss music from a variety of historical periods; attend live performances; participate in written exercises and class

activities relating music to the socio-cultural environment in which it was created; investigate the lives and ideas of leading composers and artists; and

engage in creative projects.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

PCA 241-MU 06 1170 Music in Action Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Lilly Hall Room: 145 Days: W Time: 5:30pm - 8:00pm Instructor: Grubb,William

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 25 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

The arts are a fundamental expression of the human condition and as such, a key element in developing an understanding of cultures. This course provides

both an historical overview of music and its development within Western civilization as well as an exploration of what gives music its meaning and emotional

charge. Students will examine and discuss music from a variety of historical periods; attend live performances; participate in written exercises and class

activities relating music to the socio-cultural environment in which it was created; investigate the lives and ideas of leading composers and artists; and

engage in creative projects.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

PCA 241-MU 07 1171 Music in Action Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Lilly Hall Room: 133 Days: TuTh Time: 2:25pm - 3:40pm Instructor: Murray,David P

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 25 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

The arts are a fundamental expression of the human condition and as such, a key element in developing an understanding of cultures. This course provides

both an historical overview of music and its development within Western civilization as well as an exploration of what gives music its meaning and emotional

charge. Students will examine and discuss music from a variety of historical periods; attend live performances; participate in written exercises and class

activities relating music to the socio-cultural environment in which it was created; investigate the lives and ideas of leading composers and artists; and

engage in creative projects.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

PCA 241-MU 09 1173 Music in Action Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Lilly Hall Room: 145 Days: MWF Time: 8:00am - 8:50am Instructor: Sanborn,Timothy John

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 25 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

The arts are a fundamental expression of the human condition and as such, a key element in developing an understanding of cultures. This course provides

both an historical overview of music and its development within Western civilization as well as an exploration of what gives music its meaning and emotional

charge. Students will examine and discuss music from a variety of historical periods; attend live performances; participate in written exercises and class

activities relating music to the socio-cultural environment in which it was created; investigate the lives and ideas of leading composers and artists; and

engage in creative projects.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

PCA 241-MU 10 4596 Music in Action Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Lilly Hall Room: 133 Days: MWF Time: 1:00pm - 1:50pm Instructor: Brimmer,Timothy R

Class Enrl Cap: 27 Class Enrl Tot: 27 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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PCA 255-TH 01 4549 Theatre: Actor's Perspective Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Lilly Hall Room: 328 Days: TuTh Time: 9:35am - 10:50am Instructor: Artemiev,Elaina A

Class Enrl Cap: 18 Class Enrl Tot: 17 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0


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PCA 262-CLA 01 3894 Greek Art & Myth Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 201 Days: MW Time: 2:25pm - 3:40pm Instructor: Kvapil,Lynne Allison

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 25 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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Schedule of Classes for Fall 2013 Run Date: 10/23/2013

Run Time: 11:45:07

Core Curriculum - Social World - Subject: The Social World

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Subject Catalog Nbr Section Class Nbr Course Title Component Units Topics

SW 200-SO 01 3797 Understanding Society Lecture 3 Health & Illness-Soc Perspect

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 372 Days: MWF Time: 11:00am - 11:50am Instructor: Cline,Krista M C

Class Enrl Cap: 30 Class Enrl Tot: 30 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

This course exams the social contexts of health, illness, and medical care. It introduces the beginning student to underlying regularities in human social

behavior and to the analysis of society through the specific topic of health and illness. Lectures and readings analyze society in terms of theory,

culture, socialization, and such societal institutions as sex and gender, family, and the media.

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SW 200-SO 02 3798 Understanding Society Lecture 3 Race & Ethnicity-Soc Perspect

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 370 Days: MWF Time: 9:00am - 9:50am Instructor: Scott,Marvin B

Class Enrl Cap: 30 Class Enrl Tot: 27 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

This course is designed for students interested in understanding how racism affects our social institutions and interactions. We will take a close look at

prejudices and myths about race and our own beliefs, behaviors, and biases. During the semester, case studies and readings will be used to help students

understand ethnic relations and the unique creation of race within societies. Issues of inequality as related to institutions will be discussed along with

ethnic values and socialization.

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SW 200-SO 03 3799 Understanding Society Lecture 3 Race & Ethnicity-Soc Perspect

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 370 Days: MWF Time: 10:00am - 10:50am Instructor: Scott,Marvin B

Class Enrl Cap: 30 Class Enrl Tot: 30 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

This course is designed for students interested in understanding how racism affects our social institutions and interactions. We will take a close look at

prejudices and myths about race and our own beliefs, behaviors, and biases. During the semester, case studies and readings will be used to help students

understand ethnic relations and the unique creation of race within societies. Issues of inequality as related to institutions will be discussed along with

ethnic values and socialization.

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SW 200-SO 04 3800 Understanding Society Lecture 3 Inequalities-Soc Perspective

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 335A Days: TuTh Time: 9:35am - 10:50am Instructor: Howard,Jay Richard

Class Enrl Cap: 30 Class Enrl Tot: 29 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Life is not fair. Some people are born into circumstances which present them with advantages or a "head start" in life. Others are born into circumstances

where the "deck seems to be stacked against them." These inequalities frequently coincide with factors such as race, class, and gender, and affect

relationships between individuals, groups, communities, and even nations. Sociology has a long-standing interest in understanding how such processes occur

and are maintained. In this course, we examine key sociological theories and concepts with an eye toward advantages and disadvantages in experiences in

society.

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SW 200-SO 05 3801 Understanding Society Lecture 3 Disabilities and Society

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 174 Days: MWF Time: 1:00pm - 1:50pm Instructor: Lynn,Sarah

Class Enrl Cap: 30 Class Enrl Tot: 19 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

The primary purpose of this course is to introduce the core concepts of sociology and to help students develop a way of thinking about the world called "the

sociological imagination." We will be applying the sociological perspective throughout the course to the topic of disability. What is considered to be a

disabling condition and who is seen as disabled varies by (and within) social, cultural, political, and economic context(s). In the United States, granting

of disability status by medical and government institutions allows individuals to receive handicap placards or license plates for their cars, and access to

programs. Government is not the only arbiter of legitimacy in disability politics; medical professionals, employers, schools, and universities are in

positions of power that can affirm or challenge individuals' disability status and needs. Individuals sometimes judge disabled people, and resent the idea

of accommodations being made. There are particular roles that disabled people are expected to fulfill. In general these roles are quite polarized--to be

pitied or praised. Lectures, discussions, and readings analyze disabilities in society in terms of theory, culture, socialization, inequalities, gender,

sexuality, race, family, and government.

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SW 200-SO 06 3802 Understanding Society Lecture 3 Inequalities-Soc Perspective

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 348 Days: TuTh Time: 2:25pm - 3:40pm Instructor: Menendez-Alarcon,Antonio V

Class Enrl Cap: 30 Class Enrl Tot: 30 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

Life is not fair. Some people are born into circumstances which present them with advantages or a "head start" in life. Others are born into circumstances

where the "deck seems to be stacked against them." These inequalities frequently coincide with factors such as race, class, and gender, and affect

relationships between individuals, groups, communities, and even nations. Sociology has a long-standing interest in understanding how such processes occur

and are maintained. In this course, we examine key sociological theories and concepts with an eye toward advantages and disadvantages in experiences in

society.

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SW 215-AN 01 1236 Being Human:Anthro Approaches Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 335A Days: TuTh Time: 11:00am - 12:15pm Instructor: Shahrokhi,Sholeh

Class Enrl Cap: 22 Class Enrl Tot: 21 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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SW 215-AN 02 1235 Being Human:Anthro Approaches Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 336C Days: TuTh Time: 1:00pm - 2:15pm Instructor: Shahrokhi,Sholeh

Class Enrl Cap: 24 Class Enrl Tot: 22 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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SW 220-EC 01 1221 The Economy and Society Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 202 Days: TuTh Time: 1:00pm - 2:15pm Instructor: Kirk,Robert J

Class Enrl Cap: 24 Class Enrl Tot: 24 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

This course examines important concepts of microeconomics and macroeconomics and analyzes issues such as energy prices, prescription drug costs, pollution

and globalization of markets using these concepts. It explores how economic life is intertwined with a society's culture, politics, values and history.

Further, it considers the limitations of the economic methodology to place economics in a context with the other social sciences.

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SW 223-GWS 01 1262 Resistance for Social Change Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 176 Days: TuTh Time: 11:00am - 12:15pm Instructor: Sluis,Ageeth

Class Enrl Cap: 20 Class Enrl Tot: 4 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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SW 232-GWS 01 4241 Intersections of Identity Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 176 Days: TuTh Time: 9:35am - 10:50am Instructor: Beloso,Brooke Meredith

Class Enrl Cap: 20 Class Enrl Tot: 7 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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SW 240-PO 01 4170 Gender&Generations:War & PeaceLecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 336C Days: TuTh Time: 11:00am - 12:15pm Instructor: McEvoy,Siobhan M

Class Enrl Cap: 20 Class Enrl Tot: 20 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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SW 241S 01S 4249 Making a Difference in the WorLecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 216 Days: MWF Time: 10:00am - 10:50am Instructor: Braid,Donald N

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 24 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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SW 250-PS 01 1224 Psychological Inquiry Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 276 Days: MWF Time: 9:00am - 9:50am Instructor: Butler,Andrew

Class Enrl Cap: 30 Class Enrl Tot: 35 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

SW250-PS is equivalent to PS101

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SW 250-PS 02 1225 Psychological Inquiry Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 276 Days: MWF Time: 1:00pm - 1:50pm Instructor: Butler,Andrew

Class Enrl Cap: 30 Class Enrl Tot: 30 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

SW250-PS is equivalent to PS101

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SW 250-PS 03 1226 Psychological Inquiry Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 276 Days: TuTh Time: 9:35am - 10:50am Instructor: Smith,Marla L

Class Enrl Cap: 30 Class Enrl Tot: 31 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

SW250-PS is equivalent to PS101

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SW 250-PS 04 1227 Psychological Inquiry Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 276 Days: TuTh Time: 11:00am - 12:15pm Instructor: Bohannon III,John N

Class Enrl Cap: 30 Class Enrl Tot: 31 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

SW250-PS is equivalent to PS101

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SW 250-PS 05 1228 Psychological Inquiry Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 276 Days: TuTh Time: 1:00pm - 2:15pm Instructor: Bohannon III,John N

Class Enrl Cap: 30 Class Enrl Tot: 30 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

SW250-PS is equivalent to PS101

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SW 250-PS 06 1243 Psychological Inquiry Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 276 Days: TuTh Time: 2:25pm - 3:40pm Instructor: Bohannon III,John N

Class Enrl Cap: 30 Class Enrl Tot: 29 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

SW250-PS is equivalent to PS101

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SW 261S-RX 01S 1229 Health Disparities Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 337 Days: MW Time: 1:00pm - 2:15pm Instructor: Ryder,Priscilla T

Class Enrl Cap: 19 Class Enrl Tot: 21 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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SW 266-COM 01 1239 Media Literacy Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Irwin Library Room: 007 Days: MWF Time: 10:00am - 10:50am Instructor: Harthcock,Allison L

Class Enrl Cap: 20 Class Enrl Tot: 21 Class Wait Cap: 7 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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SW 266-COM 02 1240 Media Literacy Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Holcomb Building Room: 235 Days: TuTh Time: 11:00am - 12:15pm Instructor: Swenson,Kristin A

Class Enrl Cap: 20 Class Enrl Tot: 19 Class Wait Cap: 7 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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SW 266-COM 03 1241 Media Literacy Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 172 Days: TuTh Time: 1:00pm - 2:15pm Instructor: Kelly,Casey Ryan

Class Enrl Cap: 20 Class Enrl Tot: 21 Class Wait Cap: 7 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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SW 266-COM 04 4278 Media Literacy Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Irwin Library Room: 007 Days: TuTh Time: 3:50pm - 5:05pm Instructor: Lindsley,Kristin E

Class Enrl Cap: 20 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 7 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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SW 266-COM 05 1250 Media Literacy Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 101 Days: MW Time: 2:25pm - 3:40pm Instructor: Savage,Ann M

Class Enrl Cap: 20 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 7 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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SW 266-COM 06 1256 Media Literacy Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Fairbanks Center Room: 146 Days: MWF Time: 11:00am - 11:50am Instructor: Hoerl,Kristen Elizabeth

Class Enrl Cap: 20 Class Enrl Tot: 20 Class Wait Cap: 7 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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SW 266-COM 07 1257 Media Literacy Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 344 Days: MW Time: 2:25pm - 3:40pm Instructor: Esterline,Eric Chilton

Class Enrl Cap: 20 Class Enrl Tot: 20 Class Wait Cap: 7 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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SW 266-COM 08 4189 Media Literacy Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 344 Days: MW Time: 3:50pm - 5:05pm Instructor: Esterline,Eric Chilton

Class Enrl Cap: 20 Class Enrl Tot: 21 Class Wait Cap: 7 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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SW 270-IS 01 3995 Understanding Global Issues Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 348 Days: MW Time: 2:25pm - 3:40pm Instructor: Oprisko,Robert Lee

Class Enrl Cap: 30 Class Enrl Tot: 10 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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Schedule of Classes for Fall 2013 Run Date: 10/23/2013

Run Time: 11:45:07

Core Curriculum - Text and Ideas - Subject: Texts & Ideas

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Subject Catalog Nbr Section Class Nbr Course Title Component Units Topics

TI 200-CLA 01 3896 Roman Perspectives Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 216 Days: MW Time: 2:25pm - 3:40pm Instructor: Bungard,Christopher W

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 24 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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TI 212-EN 01 4297 Inquiries in Brit Lit & His I Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 174 Days: TuTh Time: 2:25pm - 3:40pm Instructor: Watts,William H

Class Enrl Cap: 14 Class Enrl Tot: 13 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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TI 212-EN 02 4298 Inquiries in Brit Lit & His I Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 174 Days: TuTh Time: 1:00pm - 2:15pm Instructor: Watts,William H

Class Enrl Cap: 13 Class Enrl Tot: 9 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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TI 214-EN 01 4150 Shakespeare Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 312 Days: MWF Time: 9:00am - 9:50am Instructor: Campbell,Barbara Jean

Class Enrl Cap: 20 Class Enrl Tot: 20 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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TI 215-EN 01 4096 Theory, Culture, Criticism Lecture 3 Introd to Cultural Studies

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 176 Days: MWF Time: 11:00am - 11:50am Instructor: Swenson,Brynnar Nelson

Class Enrl Cap: 20 Class Enrl Tot: 20 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

How did we get to be who we are? How did we become 'women,' or 'men,' gay,' or 'straight'? Where do we get our tastes in clothes, food, music, and art?

How about our sense of what's logical, natural, and believable? This course is an introduction to cultural studies: a critical, theoretical, interpretive,

and interdisciplinary way to come to understand our world and our place in it. The definition of culture is both obvious and complex; we use the word all

the time but most of us would be hard pressed to come up with a satisfactory definition. Cultural studies is a disciplinary practice that attempts to

unravel our assumptions about how we interact with our ¿culture¿ by interrogating the personal and political implications of what we experience as ¿everyday

life.¿

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TI 235-HST 01 1266 American Visions Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 303 Days: TuTh Time: 9:35am - 10:50am Instructor: Deno,Vivian E

Class Enrl Cap: 11 Class Enrl Tot: 11 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0


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TI 238-HST 01 5620 Major Themes in Asian History Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 340 Days: TuTh Time: 3:50pm - 5:05pm Instructor: Scarlett,Zachary A

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 1 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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TI 240-PL 01 3903 Ethics of War and Peace Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 344 Days: MW Time: 1:00pm - 2:15pm Instructor: van der Linden,Harry

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 23 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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TI 242-PL 01 3897 Marginalized in America Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 342 Days: TuTh Time: 3:50pm - 5:05pm Instructor: Dulckeit,Katharina

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 14 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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TI 243-PL 01 3898 Knowledge and Reality Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 203 Days: TuTh Time: 1:00pm - 2:15pm Instructor: Dulckeit,Katharina

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 20 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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TI 243-PL 02 3910 Knowledge and Reality Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 370 Days: TuTh Time: 9:35am - 10:50am Instructor: Watson,Whitten S

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 22 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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TI 244-PL 01 3901 Ethics,The Good Life,& SocietyLecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 205 Days: TuTh Time: 9:35am - 10:50am Instructor: Popa,Tiberiu M

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 22 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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TI 244-PL 02 3904 Ethics,The Good Life,& SocietyLecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 205 Days: MW Time: 3:50pm - 5:05pm Instructor: van der Linden,Harry

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 18 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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Schedule of Classes for Fall 2013 Run Date: 10/23/2013

Run Time: 11:45:07

Core Curriculum - Text and Ideas - Subject: Texts & Ideas

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Subject Catalog Nbr Section Class Nbr Course Title Component Units Topics

TI 244-PL 03 4138 Ethics,The Good Life,& SocietyLecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Gallahue Hall Room: 202 Days: MW Time: 1:00pm - 2:15pm Instructor: McGowan,Richard J

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 23 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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TI 250-RL 01 3906 Religions of the World Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 216 Days: TuTh Time: 11:00am - 12:15pm Instructor: Bauman,Chad M

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 25 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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TI 250-RL 02 4285 Religions of the World Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 348 Days: MWF Time: 9:00am - 9:50am Instructor: Hege,Brent A

Class Enrl Cap: 20 Class Enrl Tot: 19 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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TI 251-RL 01 3949 The Bible Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 338 Days: TuTh Time: 1:00pm - 2:15pm Instructor: Sendrow,Benjamin S

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 25 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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TI 251-RL 02 3950 The Bible Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 238 Days: TuTh Time: 11:00am - 12:15pm Instructor: Allen,Charles William

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 23 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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TI 262S 01S 1232 Self and Service Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 174 Days: TuTh Time: 9:35am - 10:50am Instructor: Brown,Bernadette K

Hochman,Arthur W

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 27 Class Wait Cap: 10 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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Butler University Page No. 53 of 54

Schedule of Classes for Fall 2013 Run Date: 10/23/2013

Run Time: 11:45:07

Core Curriculum - Text and Ideas - Subject: Texts & Ideas

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Subject Catalog Nbr Section Class Nbr Course Title Component Units Topics

TI 264-LE 01 1267 Business Ethics Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Pharmacy & Health ScRoom: 015 Days: MWF Time: 9:00am - 9:50am Instructor: McGowan,Richard J

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 27 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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TI 264-LE 02 1268 Business Ethics Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Pharmacy & Health ScRoom: 015 Days: MWF Time: 10:00am - 10:50am Instructor: McGowan,Richard J

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 25 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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TI 264-LE 03 1269 Business Ethics Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Pharmacy & Health ScRoom: 212 Days: MWF Time: 11:00am - 11:50am Instructor: McGowan,Richard J

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 27 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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TI 264-LE 04 1270 Business Ethics Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 335A Days: MWF Time: 12:00pm - 12:50pm Instructor: Buttrick,Hilary G

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 27 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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TI 264-LE 05 4137 Business Ethics Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Jordan Hall Room: 335A Days: MWF Time: 1:00pm - 1:50pm Instructor: Buttrick,Hilary G

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 27 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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TI 264-LE 06 4547 Business Ethics Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Holcomb Building Room: 231 Days: MWF Time: 9:00am - 9:50am Instructor: Bennett Jr,Robert B

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 27 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0

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TI 264-LE 07 4548 Business Ethics Lecture 3

Class Dates: 08/28/2013 - 12/21/2013

Bldg: Holcomb Building Room: 231 Days: MWF Time: 10:00am - 10:50am Instructor: Bennett Jr,Robert B

Class Enrl Cap: 25 Class Enrl Tot: 27 Class Wait Cap: 0 Class Wait Tot: 0 Class Min Enrl: 0


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