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Faculty and students engage in scholarly inquiry about our social world (both past and present), and interpret great works of literature, historical decisions and religious rituals. You'll make exciting discoveries about how language and art are keys to understanding society, how the media and pop culture shapes our world, and how the workings of power affect our everyday life, to name just a few. Learn more...
      Program offerings beginning Fall quarter Quarters
Updated/
Status
Program Title F W S Accepts Students Spring Qtr Sig Req'd
Revised
11.21.2005
Alternatives to Capitalist Globalization F W     Yes
Revised
02.17.2006
America, to 2006 F W S No Yes
Revised
11.11.2005
American Frontiers: Critical Histories F W     Yes
Revised
11.11.2005
Art's Sources F W     Yes
Revised
02.17.2006
Asian Culture and Art F W S Yes Yes
  Belief and Truth F        
Revised
02.28.2006
Borders of Identity: Forging a Critical Practice of Solidarity F W S Yes Yes
  Buddhist Psychotherapy F        
  Central America: Poetry and Politics F       Yes
Revised
11.29.2005
Japan Today: Studies of Japanese Language, History, Literature, Cinema and Culture F W S   Yes
Revised
11.11.2005
Language and Law F W     Yes
NEW
04.19.2005
Locating Queer Studies F        
Revised
03.08.2006
Looking Backward: America in the 20th Century F W S Yes  
Revised
02.28.2006
Movement and Resistance F W S No Yes
Revised
11.21.2005
The Physicist's World F W     Yes
  Reading "Jouissance as Ananda" F        
Revised
02.28.2006
Res Publica: Examining the Body Politic F W S No Yes
Revised
02.17.2006
Sacred Monsters: Insiders and Outsiders in French-Speaking Cultures of Africa and the Americas F W S No Yes
Revised
12.12.2004
The Voice of the Poem and Other Musics F W      
      Program offerings beginning Winter quarter Quarters    
Updated/
Status
Program Title F W S Accepts Students Spring Qtr Sig Req'd
Revised
03.23.2006
Awareness   W S Yes  
NEW
04.11.2005
Human Rights, Literature and Theory   W      
Revised
02.17.2006
A Novel Idea   W S No  
  Political Bodies: Recent Chilean Literature   W     Yes
      Program offerings beginning Spring quarter Quarters  
Updated/
Status
Program Title F W S Sig Req'd
  Animated Visions: Allegories of Resistance     S  
Revised
04.04.2006
Art of Conversation     S  
  Democracy and Equality     S  
  English Renaissance Literature     S  
NEW
02.08.2006
Fiction Laboratory     S  
NEW
02.28.2006
Individual Studies at Evergreen     S Yes
NEW
02.08.2006
Information Landscapes: Mapping the Invisible     S Yes
  Jefferson's American West     S  
Revised
10.18.2005
Nation and Narration: Mexico/Brazil     S  
NEW
01.10.2006
Power and Limitations of Dialogue     S Yes
NEW
12.15.2005
Reenacting Conflict: Artists at Work     S  
NEW
02.06.2006
Student Originated Studies: Humanities     S Yes
NEW
01.06.2006
Vietnam and Iraq War: Uncomfortable Parallels?     S  
  William Faulkner: Yoknapatawpha Saga     S  
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