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ARTS 130 044, 045 Inquiry and Communication: Perspectives on Migration

This course provides an introduction to diverse intellectual modes of inquiry in the social sciences and humanities with an emphasis on the development of communication skills. In a small seminar setting, students will explore a variety of topics based on instructor expertise in order to build social awareness, ethical engagement, and communication competencies in comprehension, contextualization, and conceptualization. Students will be expected to engage with the work of others, articulate positions, situate writing and speaking within contexts, practice writing and speaking for situations beyond the classroom, engage in basic forms of research, and workshop, revise, and edit writing.

Sylvia Terzian Fall 2020
ARTS 140 042 Information and Analysis

This course introduces students to diverse ways of finding, examining, and using data and information in the social sciences and humanities. In a small seminar setting, students will explore a variety of topics based on instructor expertise in order to understand quantitative and qualitative methods of data gathering and build competencies in conceptualizing, contextualizing, and comprehending methods of information analysis. Students will be expected to investigate, use, and assess the presentation of information in their own work and the work of others so that they can better understand the range of social, ethical, and political challenges of our world.

Fall 2020
ARTS 140 043 Information and Analysis: Media Literacy and Research

This course introduces students to diverse ways of finding, examining, and using data and information in the social sciences and humanities. In a small seminar setting, students will explore a variety of topics based on instructor expertise in order to understand quantitative and qualitative methods of data gathering and build competencies in conceptualizing, contextualizing, and comprehending methods of information analysis. Students will be expected to investigate, use, and assess the presentation of information in their own work and the work of others so that they can better understand the range of social, ethical, and political challenges of our world.

Andrew Deman Fall 2020
ENGL 100B 041 Poetry

An introduction to poetry through a detailed examination of a range of poetic texts.

David-Antoine Williams Fall 2020
ENGL 101A 041 Introduction to Literary Studies

An introduction to the study of literature, covering such areas of enquiry as literary history, genre, criticism, analysis, and theory.

Veronica Austen Fall 2020
ENGL 108E 041 Gender and Representation

A study of the ways gender in all its diversity is constructed and gendered experience is expressed in literature, rhetoric, and a variety of media.

 

Cross-listed with GSJ 108

Carol Acton Fall 2020
ENGL 119 041, 042, 043 Communications in Mathematics and Computer Science

This course aims to build students' oral and written communication skills to prepare them for academic and workplace demands. Working independently and in collaboration with others, students will analyze and produce various written and spoken forms of communication. Projects and assignments will draw on materials for Mathematics and Computer Science students.

Mark Spielmacher, Diana Lobb Fall 2020
ENGL 200A 041, 082 Survey of British Literature 1

An historical survey of major figures, types, and trends in British literature from the Middle Ages to the late 18th century.

Tristanne Connolly, Alysia Kolentsis Fall 2020
ENGL 201 041 The Short Story

This course deals with the history and techniques of the short story, with emphasis upon works by such British, American, and Canadian writers as Henry James, James Joyce, D.H. Lawrence, Ernest Hemingway, and Alice Munro.

Mark Spielmacher Fall 2020
ENGL 208B 041 Science Fiction

Various examples drawn, for instance, from Utopian and anti-Utopian science fiction, social science fiction, "gadget" science fiction, parapsychology, and alternate worlds and beings will be considered. Some attention will be given to the historical development of the genre.

Andrew Deman Fall 2020