Courses Approved by Academic Affairs in the

2013-2014 Academic Year

 

The following is a summary of new courses and/or existing course changes approved by the Committee on Academic Affairs during the 2013-2014 academic year.  Course descriptions for these courses will be available in PeopleSoft one week after date of approval.

 

 

Approval Date

Course

Title

Notes

Instructor

 

 

 

 

 

02-11-2014

AMST 210

Sex and the City: Gender, Sexuality & Urban America @ the Turn of the Century

 

E Belanger

02-11-2014

AMST 330

Digital Humanities

 

E Belanger

09-23-2013

ARCS 202

Watercolor Sketching

 

K Makker

09-30-2013

ARTH 305/405

Renaissance Women and Men

 

L Leopardi

09-30-2013

ARTS 270

Words and Pictures

 

G Hayes

02-17-2014

ASN101/REL 201/HIST 107

Trekking through Asia

 

Cerulli & Yoshikawa

08-26-2013

AUST 225

Australian Attitudes

 

Deutschlander and Kinne

09-30-2013

BIDS 214

The Politics of Reproduction

 

Monson & Kenyon

10-18-2013

CHEM 425

Advanced Integrated Lab

 

Chem Faculty

08-26-2012

DAN 230

Community Arts

 

C Whittier

10-21-2013

ECON 145/345

Parallel Economies

 

S McKinney

10-21-2013

ECON 150/350

Water  and Economic Growth

 

S McKinney

02-11-2014

ECON 415

Seminar: Game Theory

 

K Grayson

03-05-2014

EDUC 323

Comparative and International Education

 

C Temple

04-21-2014

ENG 100

Epics of Home

 

Salter/Cope

05-14-2014

ENG 108

Travel Literature

 

B Basu

03-05-2014

ENG 136

Shakespeare on Screen

 

R Carson

10-18-2013

ENG 325

Geographies of Nowhere

 

A Ivanchikova

02-17-2014

ENG 370

Who am I? Literature and Identity

 

A Ivanchikova

10-21-2013

ENV 150/350

Water and Economic Growth

 

S McKinney

10-21-2013

ENV 202

Human Values & Environment

 

C Crawford

02-11-2014

ENV 256

The Sustainability of American Urban and Suburban Development

 

C Varner

10-21-2013

ENV 333

Environmental Justice & Am. Literature

 

C Crawford

10-21-2013

ENV 335

Food Justice: Literature, Art & Activism

 

C Crawford

09-30-2013

ENV 337

American Indian Environmentalism

 

J Helfrich

09-23-2013

ENV351/ARCH 351

Sustainable Community Development Methods

 

CVarner/R Lewis

02-11-2014

FSEM 011

Stealing Art, Saving Art

 

M Tinkler

02-17-2014

FSEM 021

Class Mattters

 

R Monson

03-24-2014

FSEM 069

The Inclusive Society

 

L Shallish

03-31-2014

FSEM 078

Consuming the World

 

R Lewis

03-24-2014

FSEM 082

Artists Making Art: The Craft Tradition

 

B Ristow

03-24-2014

FSEM 083

Monsters in America

 

L Free

03-24-2014

FSEM 084

The Hand Made Tale

 

J Vaughn

03-24-2014

FSEM 121

The Olympics: People, Places, Passion & Power

 

C deDenus

03-24-2014

FSEM 140

How I Almost Got Away with It: Law and Order in Ancient Athens

 

J Capreedy

03-24-2014

FSEM 144

Parched: the Past, Present & Future of Water

 

T Curtin

03-31-2014

FSEM 145

Einsttien, Relativity, and Time

 

D Spector

02-11-2014

FSEM 149

Mapping Culture: Identity and Fictional Space

 

E Klaus

05-15-2014

FSEM 173

The Experience of Place: Writing the City

 

M Murphy

04-21-2014

FSEM 181

How Things Work!

 

S Penn

05-01-2014

FSEM 192

Fracking?

 

B McKinney

05-14-2014

FSEM 194

Japan: Ghosts, Demons and Monsters

 

J Holland

10-28-2013

GEO 262

Polar Meteorology

 

N Laird

02-11-2014

HIST 111

Topics in Introductory American History

 

Crow, Free, Hood

09-23-2013

HIST 206

Colonial America

 

M Crow

09-23-2013

HIST 207

American Revolution

 

M Crow

09-23-2013

HIST 233

HIST of American Thought to 1865

 

M Crow

09-23-2013

HIST 234

HIST of American Thought from 1865 to Present

 

M Crow

09-23-2013

HIST 243

US Legal & Constitutional History to 1865

 

M Crow

09-23-2013

HIST 244

US Legal and Const Hist Since 1865

 

M Crow

10-21-2013

HIST 341

Beyond Sprawl

 

C Hood

02-11-2014

LGBT 203

Queer Popular Culture

 

C Keegan

09-30-2013

LGBT 204

Bodies of Difference

 

C Keegan

06-18-2014

LGBT 205

Sexuality and Israel/Palestine

 

Ben Daniel

09-30-2013

LGBT 301

Queer Geographies and Migrations

 

C Keegan

02-11-2014

LGBT 303

Queer Methods

 

Staff

02-11-2014

LGBT 304

Queer Theories

 

Staff

02-11-2014

LGBT 403

LGBTQ Senior Capstone Seminar

 

Staff

03-05-2014

MATH 115

Foundations &Problem Solving in Elementary Mathematics

 

P Kehle

02-17-2014

MDSC 313

Global Cinema

 

L Patti

02-17-2014

MUS 213

Musical Aesthetics

 

K Walker

07-30-2013

MUS 214

Music Criticism in Theory and Practice

 

K Walker

07-30-2013

MUS 215

Music and Race in U. S. Popular Culture

 

K Walker

02-11-2014

PHYS 115/GEO 144

Astrobiology and the Search for Life in the Universe

 

Hebb and Kendrick

05-14-2014

POL 201

The Politics of Climate Change

 

B Farrer

02-17-2014

POL 210

Campaigns and Elections

 

I Deutchman

09-23-2013

PSY 222

Developmental Psychopathology

 

J Peltz

02-11-2014

PSY 222

Developmental Psychopathology

 

J Peltz

09-02-2013

RUSE 115

Trans-Siberian

 

D Galloway

02-11-2014

RUSE 205

From Hasidism to Communism and Back: The Russian-Soviet Jewish Experience through Literature

 

M Aptekman

04-28-2014

SUMM 106

Democratic Leadership

 

J Rose

04-28-2014

SUMM 107

Exploring the Water Cycle

 

Curtin/Frankelstein

09-30-2013

THTR 220

Theatre History I

 

C Woodworth

02-17-2014

THTR 280

Stage Management

 

H May

08-26-2013

THTR 295

Performing Arts in Bali

 

C Hatch

11-25-2013

THTR 309

Feminist Theatre

 

C Woodworth

09-30-2013

THTR 310

African American Theatre

 

H May

11-25-2013

THTR 320

Theatre History II

 

C Woodworth

03-05-2014

WRRH 101

Writer’s Seminar with Lab

 

M Werner

03-05-2014

WRRH 105

English for Speakers of Other Languages w/ Lab

 

A Janney

02-11-2014

WRRH 306

New Media Writing: Theory & Production

 

G Babbitt

10-18-2013

WRRH 307

Literary Journalism

 

G Babbitt