Course Readings and Resources

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Course Readings and Resources

Course Code Course Title Instructor(s)
AAH 206-01 Art of the Middle Ages Dorothy Limouze
AAH 246-01 Art and Politics in Nigeria Obiora Udechukwu
AAH 4001-01 Architecture: Symbol and Ideology Dorothy Limouze
ANTH 102 Cultural Anthropology Wendi Haugh
ANTH 420 Views of Human Nature Elizabeth Paris
BIOL 101/102 General Biology Margaret Harloe, Kim Reardon, Claire Burkum, Eileen Visser
BIOL 121 Natural World Eileen Visser
BIOL 218 Ornithology Susan Willson
BIOL 388 Drugs and the Brain Ana Estevez
BIOL 389 Advanced Neuroscience Ana Estevez
BIOL 4004 Symbiosis Lorraine Olendzenski,
BIOL 4006 Health Coaches II David Hornung
BIOL 444 Conservation Biology Erika Barthelmess
CHEM 342A Biophysical Chemistry Samantha Glazier
ECON 309-01 / 02 Labor Economics Insoo Cho
ECON 343, STAT 343 Time Series Analysis Lock Robin
ENG 190-01, ENG 190-04 Fairy Tales Caroline Breashears
ENG 241-04 Techniques of Fiction Peter Bailey
ENG 340-01 The Victorian Novel Sarah Gates
FILM 211-02 Introduction to Film Studies Kathleen Stein
FILM 3004, FILM 3013 Black Cinema / The City: LA Donte McFadden
FR 3002 Reading the Congo Eloise Brezault
FRPG 2003 Why We Procrastinate Wes Alwan
FRPG 2014-01 Growing Up Victorian Sarah Gates
FRPG 2023 Cyberghetto or Cybertopia? Jennifer MacGregor
FRPG 2038-01 Rebels and Outcasts: American Individualism in Film Kathleen Stein
FRPG 2043 Amazing Grace Shaun Whitehead
GEOL 233, GS 233 GIS Carol Cady
GNDR 4006 Gender in the Middle East Mahrou Zhaf
GOVT 103W Introduction to American Politics Joseph Kling
GOVT 206 / PHIL 206 Introduction to Political Theory Christopher Buck
GOVT 316-01 Business and Ethics Joseph Kling
GOVT 331 Middle Eastern Politics Ronnie Olesker
HIST 299 World War I Elun Gabriel
HIST 308 European Imperialisms DeGroat Judith
HIST 325 The Vietnam War Donna Alvah
LTRN 3002 Diverse Culinary Traditions Marina Llorente
MATH 135-02/03, MATH 136-02/03 Calculus I and II (Lock, Look, Giarrusso) Patti Frazer Lock, Daniel Look, Dante Giarrusso
MATH 136-01 Calculus I and II (DeFranza) Jim DeFranza
MATH 205-02 Multivariable Calculus (Vandervelde and Giarrusso) Dante Giarrusso, Sam Vandervelde
MATH 230 Differential Equations Daniel Look
MATH/STAT 113 Applied Statistics (Lock) Robin Lock
MATH/STAT 113-3/4/5/6/7 Applied Statistics (Ramler/Schuckers/Chapman) Ivan Ramler, Michael Schuckers, Jessica Chapman
ND 3006-01 How to Teach ESL Robin Rhodes-Crowell
PCA 107-03 Beginning Acting Sebastian Trainor
PCA 127-02 Introduction to Communication Studies Erik Johnson
PCA 4010-01 Media and Performance in Africa Erik Johnson
PHYS 110 The Scientific Revolution Karen Johnson
PHYS 151/152 University Physics Karen Johnson
PHYS 221/222 Modern Physics Aileen O'Donoghue
PSYC 207 Developmental Psychology James Wallace
PSYC 255 Sport Psychology Cheryl Stuntz
REL 100-01 Mystery and Meaning Mark MacWilliams
REL 102-01 Religion and Science Michael Greenwald
REL 104-01 World Religions Kathleen Buckley
REL 231 Christian Religious Traditions Damon Berry
REL 334-01 Ways of the Kami Mark MacWilliams
REL 360-01 Major's Seminar Mark MacWilliams
SOC 3006 The Web in Real Life Stephen Barnard
SOC 3007 Media and Society Stephen Barnard
SOC 4002-01 Twitter and Society Stephen Barnard
SPAN 202A Advanced Spanish Ilia Casanova-Marengo
SPAN 213-01 Cultures of Spain Marina Llorente
SSES 366 Obesogenic Society Jodi Canfield