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1998 - 1999(final) Term Table


Ethnic Studies

Data Updated: 6/3/1999:09:52:27
Rooms ending with "#" start at 1:00 pm on first day of term.

                                                                Enroll Cap    Room
*ANT  1-101     1   S Cultural Anthropology.......Monagan...........20..20..CH  18
*ANT  2-101     1   S Cultural Anthropology.......Ehrenreich........12..25..CL 127
*EDU  2-240     1   S Human Relations.............Moore Jr..........25..25..CH  18
 EST  2-260     1     Topics: Being Multiracial...Gatson.............3..12..CH 313
                        in America-A               
                        Socio-historical Approach 
                        (same as SOC 2-260)
 SOC  2-260     1   S Topics: Being Multiracial...Gatson.............9..13..CH 313
                        in America-A               
                        Socio-historical Approach 
                        (same as EST 2-260)
*EDU  3-240     1   S Human Relations.............Peters............24..25..CH 118
*EST  3-123     1     Introduction to Ethnic......Monagan...........12..25..CL 125
                        Studies                    
*REL  3-202     1   H Religions of the World......Vernoff...........19..25..CH  18
 SOC  3-348     1   S Race and Ethnic Relations...Olson..............9..25..CH  20
*ANT  4-101     1   S Cultural Anthropology.......Ehrenreich........22..25.CL 127#
 HIS  4-354     1   H United States Since 1940....Thomas............21..25..CH 308
 SOC  4-248     1   S Contemporary Native.........Olson.............10..25..CH  18
                        Americans                  
*ART 56-202-2   1   F Ceramics I (in Mexico)......Hanson.............9..15........
 ART 56-302-2   1   F Ceramics II (in Mexico).....Hanson.............2..15........
*EDU  5-240     1   S Human Relations.............Moore Jr..........23..25..CH 118
*ANT  6-101     1   S Cultural Anthropology.......Monagan...........14..25..CM STO
 ANT  7-314     1   S Contact, Change & Cultural..Ehrenreich.........7...8........
                        Survival: Anthropology of  
                        Colonialism (at the
                        Newberry Library, Chicago)
 HIS  7-350     1   H Colonial America............Tegtmeier.........13..25..SH  18
 PSY  7-276     1   S Multicultural Psychology....Enns..............21..25..LH 302
*REL  7-202     1   H Religions of the World......Vernoff...........13..25..CH 118
 ART  8-261     1   H Topics in Non-Western Art:..McOmber...........17..25..AR 112
                        Native-American Art        
*EDU  8-240     1   S Human Relations.............Damon-Moore, H....24..25..CM BER
*ANT  9-203     1   S Amazonia: People, Culture...Ehrenreich.........9..25..CL 127
                        and Nature                 
 HIS  9-356     1   H African-Americans in U.S....Tegtmeier.........11..25..SH  10
                        History                    
 POL  9-361     1   S Race, Sex, and the..........Allin.............13..25..SH 302
                        Constitution               


Course Number

Course Title
Terms Offered
1998 - 1999
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
ANT 101Cultural Anthropology 1,2,4,6 1,2,6,7 1,2,6,8
ANT 202Indigenous Peoples and Cultures of North America   5  
ANT 203Amazonia: People, Culture and Nature 9    
ANT 204Cultures of Mesoamerica and the Andes (in Guatemala)   8  
ANT 206Africans in the New World     6
ANT 314Contact, Change & Cultural Survival: Anthropology of Colonialism (at the Newberry Library, Chicago) 7   7
ART 202Ceramics I (in Mexico)     56
ART 261Topics: Non-Western Art 8 9 1
ART 302Ceramics II (in Mexico) 56    
EDU 240Human Relations 2,3,5,8 2,3,5,8 2,3,5,8
ENG 351African-American Literature   8  
EST 123Introduction to Ethnic Studies 3 3 3
EST 260Topics: Being Multiracial in America-A Socio-historical Approach (same as SOC 2-260) 2    
HIS 251Federal Indian Policy   6  
HIS 255American Lives     5
HIS 350Colonial America 7   1
HIS 354United States Since 1940 4 3,7 3
HIS 356African-Americans in U.S. History 9 6  
PHI 301Asian Philosophy   8  
POL 361Race, Sex, and the Constitution 9   5
POL 367Urban Politics   5  
PSY 276Multicultural Psychology 7   7
REL 202Religions of the World 3,7 6,8 3,8
REL 321Judaism   3  
SOC 248Contemporary Native Americans 4 3 4
SOC 260Topics: Being Multiracial in America-A Socio-historical Approach (same as EST 2-260) 2    
SOC 348Race and Ethnic Relations 3 6 6
SOC 376Civil Rights and Western Racism   2  
SPA 385Latin American Culture and Civilization   4  

Departments/Interdepartmental Majors and Programs:Term Order
ANT ART BIO BMB CHE CLA CLS COM CSC ECB EDU ENG ENV ESL FAA FRE GEO GER GRE HIS IBU INT IRE JPN LAL LAS LAT MAR MAT MUS ORB PED PHI PHY POL PSY REL RSS RUS SAN SOC SPA THE THS WST


Term: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 .


Table of Contents: 1998-1999(final)


File generated on Friday, June 4, 1999: 14:41:49.
Comments: registrar@cornellcollege.edu

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