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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  
Last Updated Status Program Title F W S Sig Req'd
10.23.2006 NEW
American Experiences, American Dreams F W    
    American Literature: The Presence of Place F W    
05.05.2006 Revised Awareness F W S  
04.04.2006 CANCELLED Blacks, Catholics and Jews: Their American Experiences F W    
10.23.2006 NEW Common Knowledge: Information Technology and Human Understanding F W S  
    Culture and the Public Sphere: Studies in Media, Art, Law and Literature F W S  
    Dialogues with Shakespeare's Women F W S  
05.16.2006 Revised Family and Home Futurism: Inquiry through Literature and Fine Arts F W    
12.14.2005 Revised Feminisms: Local to Global F W    
    Four Philosophers F W    
07.28.2006 Revised Greece and Italy: An Artistic and Literary Odyssey F W S  
    Images of Women: Changes in Japanese Literature F      
10.30.2006 CANCELLED Indigenous American Women: Leadership, Community and the Power of Voice F W   Yes
06.15.2006 Revised Ireland F W S  
    Looking Backward: America in the 20th Century F W S  
04.14.2006 NEW Math in the History of Science F      
06.09.2006 Revised Memory of Fire: Spain and Latin America F W S  
02.28.2006 Revised Mind and the World F W S  
    Museums F      
07.03.2006 Revised Pillars of Fire: Jewish Contributions to World Culture F W    
    Political and Cultural Exchange in the Eastern Mediterranean Landscape: From Bosphorus to Suez F W S  
    Postmodernity and Postmodernism: Barth, Pynchon, DeLillo, Murakami and World Cinema F      
    Prolegomena to a Future Poetics F W   Yes
12.15.2005 Revised Russia and Eurasia: Empires and Enduring Legacies F W S  
07.28.2006 Revised Searching for Modern China F W S  
10.23.2006 NEW Senior Thesis/Student Originated Studies: Humanities F      
06.28.2006 Revised The Shadow of the Enlightenment: Questions of Identity in Contemporary France F W    
    Tradition and Transformation F W    
      Program offerings beginning Winter quarter Quarters  
Last Updated Status Program Title F W S Sig Req'd
10.30.2006 NEW The Art of the Book: History, Form & Content   W    
    Japanese Film: Works of Mizoguchi, Ozu and Kurosawa   W    
10.04.2005 CANCELLED Languages of the Tragic from the Greeks to the Present   W S  
    Self and Culture: Studies in Japanese and American Literature and Cinema   W    
10.23.2006 NEW Senior Thesis/Student Originated Studies: Humanities   W    
10.30.2006 NEW Women's Studies: Native American Women in the 20th Century   W    
      Program offerings beginning Spring quarter Quarters  
Last Updated Status Program Title F W S Sig Req'd
06.29.2006 CANCELLED African-American Literature, 1773 to the Present     S  
    Puppetry and Poetics: Arts of Distraction     S  
    "Race" in the United States: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives     S  
    Restoring Landscapes     S  
07.28.2006 NEW Some Great Moderns     S  
    Student Originated Studies: American Studies and Humanities     S Yes
07.18.2006 Revised Women's Voices and Images of Women: Studies in Literature and Cinema     S  
06.15.2006 NEW, Revised Writing on the Wild Side     S  
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