A Supplementary Catalogue listing all permanent changes to the curriculum made since the publication of the 1996-1998 Catalogue.
October 15, 1996
(The updates below are correct as of this date.)
Changes to the August 1996/97 Term Table
[Changes marked in CAPS]
*CSC 4-151 Discrete Math for Comp Sci Instructor: KNABE, WILLIAM CSC 4-313 Data Structures Instructor: FREEMAN, JAMES EDU 2-322 Secondary Arts, Lang, Lit Instructor: HALE, ANN EDU 2-420 Student Teaching II Instructors: Harriman/Silliman/ LANGGUTH *EDU 4-240 Human Relations Instructor: LANGGUTH, NANCY *EDU 6-240 Human Relations Instructor: LANGGUTH, NANCY *EDU 7-240 Human Relations Instructor: LANGGUTH, NANCY *ENG 3-111-C WRITING/FLYING NEW SECTION. INST: CLOUSE, R. This course will explore flying in literature and the relation between technology, the human body, incarnation, dis-incarnation, and altered states of the body, consciousness, and altitude. Authors include J.G. Ballard, Angela Carter, Toni Morrison, and William Wharton. *ENG 5-111 Title is MULTICULTURAL LITERATURE *ENG 7-111-B COMPOSITION/LIT [TITLE: TBA] NEW SECTION. INST: TBA ENG 7-313 Writing Fiction II Instructor: STAFF *ENG 8-111-B Title is MULTICULTURAL LITERATURE *ENG 9-111 Nature Writers/Nature Writing * NO PREREQUISITE; RECOMMENDED FOR FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS FRE 4-102 Beginning French II Instructor: BONEY, JAN FRE 4-303 French Culture & Civilization CANCELED FRE 5-102 Beginning French II Instructor: STAFF FRE 8-205 Intermediate French Instructor: STAFF FRE 9-205 Intermediate French Instructor: STAFF *INT 9-230 DIVERSITY, LIBERATION AND COMMUNITY IN AMERICA [NEW COURSE] An examination of recent religious, social and political movements reflecting America's diversity in the second half of the 20th Century, and the possibility of a genuine national community for the 21st Century. The U.S. represents a polit- ical contract embracing perhaps the most diverse and multi- cultural population in the world, along with the highest standard of living and educational opportunity available to all of its citizens. This course will seek to assess these human assets in the face of the arrival of the third millennium. [no prerequisites] Samuel Proctor Samuel Proctor will be the 1996-97 Distinguished Visiting Professor in Multicultural Studies and will receive an honorary degree while in residence at Cornell in May. *POL 2-111 Politics Instructor: HUANG, KO-HSING *POL 4-111 Politics Instructor: HUANG, KO-HSING RUS 6-103 Beginning Russian III Instructor: STAFF RUS 7-351 Russian Lit in Translation CANCELED SPA 5-103-C BEGINNING SPANISH III ADD TO TERM TABLE [TBA] SPA 3-301 Composition & Conversation COURSE NO. is now SPA 3-301-A Instructor: Farrington-Clute SPA 3-301-B COMPOSITION & CONVERSATION ADD TO TERM TABLE Instructor: Lacy-Salazar *WST 8-171 Intro to Women's Studies Instructor: DAMON-MOORE, HELEN