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Humanities Courses (2009 - 2010)

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Data Updated: July 13 2009 11:41:48 AM
Rooms ending with "#" start at 1:00 pm on first day of term.

Dept Section CR Div Prereq Course Title Faculty Enr Cap Room
*ART 1-151 1 HW Art and Culture Penn-Goetsch 0 0
*ART 1-279 1 H Topic: The Ancient World Clunis 0 0
CLA 1-364 1 H Masterpieces of Greek and Roman Theatre Gruber-Miller 12 25
*ENG 1-111 1 HW Topic: After Hamlet Stavreva 0 0
ENG 1-350 1 H American Nature Writers Freeman, G. 24 25
ENG 1-367 1 H Multicultural Literature Entel 18 25
ENG 1-411 1 H Senior Seminar: A Critical History of the Novel Mouton 13 15
GER 1-381 1 H Die Grunderjahre Connell 4 25
*HIS 1-119 1 HW Introductory Seminar: Abraham Lincoln Lucas 0 0
*HIS 1-210 1 H Warfare and Society in Modern Times Givens 23 15
HIS 1-332 1 H Advanced Topic: Women in Medieval Europe Herder 10 25
HIS 1-354 1 H United States Social History Since 1940 Stewart 25 25
MUS 1-322 1 H History of Western Music II: Baroque and Classical Martin 10 25
*PHI 1-111 1 H Introduction to Philosophy Migely 0 0 #
PHI 1-224 1 H Environmental Ethics (Wilderness Field Station, MN) White/Black 23 25
PHI 1-357 1 H Philosophy in Literature Gray 14 25 #
*REL 1-222 1 H Religions of the World Molleur 0 0
REL 1-367 1 H Advanced Topic: Advanced Readings in Biblical Hebrew Sacks 6 25
*ART 2-151 1 HW Art and Culture Penn-Goetsch 2 2
*CLA 2-216 1 H Classical Mythology Venticinque 25 12
*ENG 2-111 1 HW Topic: Introduction to Literary Analysis via Virginia Woolf Hankins 1 2
ENG 2-323 1 H Shakespeare I: Comedies and Romances Stavreva 22 25
*HIS 2-102 1 H Europe: 1300-1700 Herder 8 9
*HIS 2-153 1 H Origins of the American Nation Lucas 12 13
HIS 2-316 1 H Enlightenment and the French Revolution Givens 17 25
*PHI 2-202 1 H Ethics Leibowitz 6 7
PHI 2-352 1 H Philosophy of Feminism Migely 7 25 #
*REL 2-101 1 H Introduction to Religion Sacks 13 15
*REL 2-251 1 H Jesus in the Gospels Molleur 13 15
RUS 2-316 1 H Topic in Russian Literature: Diaries Ikach 4 25
SPA 2-322 1 H Golden Age: Don Quijote Lacy-Salazar 8 25
THE 2-373 1 H Advanced Topic: History of Theatre Design Olinger 12 25
WST 2-305 1 H Advanced Topic: Utopian Visions of Sex, Gender and Sexuality Crowder 9 25
ART 3-265 1 H Ritual Arts of the African Diaspora Clunis 19 23
*CLA 3-216 1 H Classical Mythology Venticinque 5 5
*EDU 3-205 1 H Foundations of Education Kauper 12 15
*ENG 3-111-A 1 HW Topic: Introduction to Film Analysis: Citizen Kane and more Hankins 2 2
*ENG 3-111-B 1 HW Topic: Bob Dylan and the Language of Protest Freeman, G. 2 2
ENG 3-211 1 H English Survey I Staff 24 25
ENG 3-370 1 H AIDS Literature, Film, and Social Theory Mouton 20 25
*HIS 3-104 1 H Modern Europe and Its Critics Givens 14 15
HIS 3-240 1 H Public Memory and Public History Stewart 12 18
*LAS 3-141 1 H Introduction to Latin American Studies Siebert 8 9
*PHI 3-202 1 H Ethics Gray 25 15 #
PHI 3-356 1 H Philosophy of Science White 18 25 #
ART 4-260 1 H Modern Art Clunis 25 23
*EDU 4-205 1 H Foundations of Education Kauper 11 11
*ENG 4-111-A 1 HW Topic: Nineteenth Century European Drama Mouton 1 2
*ENG 4-111-B 1 HW Topic: From Esther to Elizabeth I: Queens in Sacred Writings, Literature, and Film Stavreva 2 2
ENG 4-372 1 H Film and Film Criticism: Analyzing Hitchcock: The Avant-Garde and Beyond Hankins 21 25
*HIS 4-101 1 H Europe: 800-1300 Herder 6 6
*HIS 4-154 1 H Making of Modern America Stewart 13 14
HIS 4-315 1 H Diplomatic History of the Contemporary West Givens 10 25
HIS 4-353 1 H Civil War and Reconstruction Lucas 19 25
LAT 4-368 1 H Roman Historians Venticinque 5 25
MUS 4-323 1 H History of Western Music III: Romantic to the Present Martin 19 25
*PHI 4-225 1 H Utopia Gray 26 15 #
PHI 4-301 1 H Asian Philosophy Migely 26 25 #
*REL 4-243 1 H Origins of Israel Sacks 5 5
REL 4-353 1 H Christian Foundations Molleur 16 25
ART 5-361 1 H Saints and She-Devils Penn-Goetsch 26 23
*EDU 5-205 1 H Foundations of Education Kauper 8 9
*ENG 5-111-A 1 HW Topic: Responses to War Entel 1 2
*ENG 5-111-B 1 HW Topic: Nineteenth Century European Drama Mouton 0 2
ENG 5-211 1 H English Survey I Stavreva 16 25
HIS 5-304 1 H Europe: the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries Herder 3 25
HIS 5-349 1 H Topic: Authoritarianism and Dictatorship in South American History (same as LAS 349) Casal 5 10
LAS 5-349 1 H Topic: Authoritarianism and Dictatorship in South American History (same as HIS 349) Casal 14 15
PHI 5-358 1 H Philosophy of Mind White 13 25 #
REL 5-382 1 H Issues in Religious Method: Religions of Laos (in Laos) Sacks 13 25
SPA 5-311 1 H Introduction to Textual Analysis Farrington-Clute 17 17
ART 6-251 1 H Greek and Hellenistic Art Clunis 23 23
ENG 6-212 1 H English Survey II Hankins 20 25
ENG 6-361 1 H Modern Poetry Freeman, G. 16 25
FRE 6-311 1 H Introduction to Literary Analysis in French Baty 2 17
*HIS 6-257 1 H Topic: Reel History: The Cold War and American Film Stewart 15 15
HIS 6-321 1 H Muscovite and Imperial Russia Givens 13 25
HIS 6-352 1 H The United States in the Middle Period Lucas 12 25
*MUS 6-217 1 H Opera Martin 12 13
*PHI 6-111 1 H Introduction to Philosophy White 16 15 #
*PHI 6-225 1 H Utopia Gray 19 15 #
REL 6-325 1 H The Buddhist Way Molleur 23 25
REL 6-369 1 H Advanced Topic: Islam in Africa and the Americas Gomez 15 25
ART 7-266 1 H American Indian Art: Gender and the Marketplace Penn-Goetsch 20 23
*CLA 7-278 1 HW Topic: Big Screen Rome Gruber-Miller 1 2
*EDU 7-205 1 H Foundations of Education Kauper 3 3
*ENG 7-111 1 HW Topic: Responses to War Entel 1 2
ENG 7-240 1 H Theatre, Architecture, and the Arts in England Stavreva/Mouton 19 50
ENG 7-311 1 H Grammar and the Politics of English Ivanov 12 25
ENG 7-336 1 H Early Twentieth Century Literature Hankins 20 25
FRE 7-351 1 H Contemporary Literature I: Writing as Political Action Crowder 6 25
*HIS 7-102 1 H Europe: 1300-1700 Herder 9 11
*HIS 7-154 1 H Making of Modern America Stewart 14 15
HIS 7-350 1 H Colonial America Lucas 19 25
MUS 7-321 1 H History of Western Music I: Medieval and Renaissance Stilwell 14 25
*PHI 7-111 1 H Introduction to Philosophy Gray 15 15 #
PHI 7-304 1 H Modern Philosophy: Seventeenth Century Migely 16 25 #
*REL 7-267 1 H Topic: Hindu Goddesses, Ancient and Modern Molleur 16 15
SPA 7-356 1 H Latin American Poetry Farrington-Clute 19 25
ART 8-259 1 H Art, Identity, and Revolution: Late Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Art Penn-Goetsch 21 23
*ENG 8-111 1 HW Topic: Bob Dylan and the Language of Protest Freeman, G. 2 2
ENG 8-321 1 H Studies in Medieval Literature: Dante Stavreva 20 25
ENG 8-345 1 H Late Nineteenth Century American Literature Entel 23 25
GER 8-333 1 H Goethe Connell 3 25
*HIS 8-210 1 H Warfare and Society in Modern Times Givens 16 15
HIS 8-369 1 H Chicago: The Transformation of America's Second City, 1880-1940 (at the Newberry Library, Chicago) Stewart 10 11
*PHI 8-202 1 H Ethics Migely 24 15 #
PHI 8-364 1 H Advanced Topic: Truth and Reality White 9 25 #
*REL 8-222 1 H Religions of the World Molleur 15 15
REL 8-342 1 H Judaism Sacks 18 25
SPA 8-383 1 H Latinos in the U.S. Ochoa-Shivapour 15 25
THE 8-347 1 H Contemporary Drama Lewis 7 25
ART 9-263 1 H African Art Clunis 18 23
*CLA 9-264 1 H Women in Antiquity Gruber-Miller 11 11
ENG 9-210 1 H American Survey Freeman, G. 25 25
ENG 9-333 1 H Victorian English Literature Mouton 11 25
ENG 9-374 1 H Advanced Topic: The Patient and the Doctor in the Literary Arts Hankins 13 25
*HIS 9-116 1 H Introductory Seminar: The Holocaust Connell 17 15
*HIS 9-153 1 H Origins of the American Nation Lucas 10 10
HIS 9-335 1 H Advanced Topic: Persecution, Tolerance, and Violence in the Middle Ages Herder 14 25
MUS 9-353 1 H Wagner and Wagnerism (at the Newberry Library, Chicago) Martin 11 11
*PHI 9-202 1 H Ethics Leibowitz 20 15
PHI 9-308 1 H Twentieth Century Philosophy Gray 20 25 #
*REL 9-101 1 H Introduction to Religion Sacks 14 15
RUS 9-355 1 H Russian Literature and Film, 1932-Present Ikach 9 25
THE 9-346 1 H Canon Shots: Classics of Dramatic Literature and their Contexts Lewis 8 25


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