AMST-240 FA4
Poverty & Culture
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Curtin,M 
 
 
TF      02:30PM 03:45PM  HRST 211     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: Community-Based Research Scholars (CBRS) Program. As a part of this course, students will engage with a nonprofit agency or school in the D.C. area to apply their knowledge.
ANTH-110 FA3
Culture & Human Experience
CLOSED
001
 
03.00
Gibbons,K 
 
 
MTH     08:10AM 09:25AM  KRWN 5       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Kusimba,S 
 
 
TF      08:10AM 09:25AM  SIS  102     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
ANTH-150 FA4
Anthropology of Life in U.S.
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Tileva,A 
 
 
MTH     08:10AM 09:25AM  KRWN 4       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Maharawal,M 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  SIS  120     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
ANTH-210 FA3
Race and Racism
CLOSED
001
 
03.00
Burton,O 
 
 
MTH     02:30PM 03:45PM  SIS  233     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Woodard,B 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  SIS  102     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Woodard,B 
 
 
TF      08:10AM 09:25AM  KSB  233     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
ANTH-215 FA3
Sex,Gender & Culture
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Unger,S 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  SIS  120     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Unger,S 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 02:10PM  KRWN 3       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
ANTH-225 FA1
Language & Human Exper
CLOSED
001
 
03.00
Cherry,A 
 
 
M       09:45AM 11:00AM  SIS  120     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Instructional Method: Hybrid.
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Cherry,A 
 
 
TH      09:45AM 11:00AM  SIS  120     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Instructional Method: Hybrid.
ANTH-250 FA5
Human Origins
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Wesp,J 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  KRWN 105     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
004
 
03.00
Wesp,J 
 
 
TF      02:30PM 03:45PM  EQB  15      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
005
 
03.00
Uehlein,J 
 
 
TF      04:05PM 05:20PM  KSB  T62     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
ARTH-105 FA1
Art:The Historical Exper
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Nicewinter,J 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 6       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Nicewinter,J 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  KATZ 210     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
ARTH-205 FA2
Art of the Renaissance
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Allen,J 
 
 
TF      02:30PM 03:45PM  KATZ 210     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Allen,J 
 
 
TF      04:05PM 05:20PM  KATZ 210     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Switzer,S 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  KATZ 210     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
ARTH-210 FA1
Modern Art:19th&20th Cen
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Bellow,J 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  KATZ 210     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
002
 
03.00
Richter,A 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 02:10PM  KATZ 210     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Elder,N 
 
 
MTH     02:30PM 03:45PM  KATZ 210     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
ARTH-225 FA1
Buddhist Arts of Asia
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Peng,Y 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  KATZ 210     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
ARTH-255 FA1
Art History of World Regions
OPEN
001
Mediterranean Art History 
03.00
 
 
 
 
Mediterranean Art History (3) Offered as part of the AU Abroad Madrid and the Mediterranean program, this course is an introduction to Mediterranean history and art, centered chronologically on art movements with emphasis on the differences between Spanish art and its Mediterranean counterparts. The course is an in-depth study of painting, sculpture, and architecture that includes stylistic as well as thematic manifestations, examining art in the Mediterranean from cave paintings to the twentieth century from a variety of cultures and geographic regions, and introducing students to stylistic periods, major works and artists, and the traditional methods of art history.
ARTS-100 FA1
Art: Studio Experience
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Ilchi,H 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 12:35PM  KATZ 102     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
O'Donoghue,S 
 
 
MTH     02:30PM 05:20PM  KATZ 102     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Kimes,D 
 
 
MW      05:30PM 08:00PM  KATZ 102     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
004
 
03.00
Jean-Pierre,C 
 
 
W       11:20AM 05:20PM  KATZ 102     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
005
 
03.00
Silva,L 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 12:35PM  KATZ 102     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
006
 
03.00
Raneses,T 
 
 
TTH     05:30PM 08:00PM  KATZ 102     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
ARTS-205 FA1
Artist's Perspective: Drawing
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Brown,K 
 
 
MTH     02:30PM 05:20PM  KATZ 104     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Jehle,I 
 
 
MW      05:30PM 08:00PM  KATZ 104     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Sandberg,E 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 12:35PM  KATZ 104     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
004
 
03.00
Bunnell,T 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 03:45PM  KATZ 104     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
ARTS-210 FA1
Artist's Perspective: Painting
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Hackett,K 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 12:35PM  KATZ 103     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Hackett,K 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 03:45PM  KATZ 103     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Bunnell,T 
 
 
TTH     05:30PM 08:00PM  KATZ 103     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
004
 
03.00
Manalo,I 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 12:35PM  KATZ 103     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
ARTS-215 FA1
Artist's Perspectve: Sculpture
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Holtin,A 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 12:35PM  KATZ 109     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Page,D 
 
 
TF      08:10AM 11:00AM  KATZ 109     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Noone,J 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 02:10PM  KATZ 109     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
004
 
03.00
Fox,S 
 
 
TTH     05:30PM 08:00PM  KATZ 109     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
ARTS-235 FA1
Artist's Perspect: Video Art
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Chun,S 
 
 
MTH     02:30PM 05:20PM  KATZ 205     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Stillwell,J 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 12:35PM  KATZ 205     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Chun,S 
 
 
MW      05:30PM 08:00PM  KATZ 205     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
ARTS-240 FA1
Artist's Perspect: Printmaking
CLOSED
001
 
03.00
Pheobus,A 
 
 
MTH     02:30PM 05:20PM  KATZ 209     08/28/17 12/16/17
MTH 02:30PM 05:20PM KATZ 106 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
002
 
03.00
Barnhart,A 
 
 
TTH     05:30PM 08:00PM  KATZ 209     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Pearson,J 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 12:35PM  KATZ 209     08/28/17 12/16/17
TF 09:45AM 12:35PM KATZ 106 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
004
 
03.00
Pearson,J 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 03:45PM  KATZ 209     08/28/17 12/16/17
TF 12:55PM 03:45PM KATZ 106 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
ARTS-245 FA1
Artist's Persp: Digital Photog
CLOSED
001
 
03.00
Price,C 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 12:35PM  KATZ 205     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Chun,S 
 
 
W       11:20AM 05:20PM  KATZ 205     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
003
 
03.00
Silverthorne,A 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 03:45PM  KATZ 205     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
AWST-115 FA3
Introduction to the Arab World
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Gurbuz,M 
 
 
MTH     04:05PM 05:20PM  KRWN 202     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
King,J 
 
 
T       05:30PM 08:00PM  KRWN 6       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
AWST-225 FA3
Arab Societies
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Omar,S 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  SIS  355     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Omar,S 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 02:10PM  KRWN 103     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
BIO-100 FA5
Great Experiments in Bio
Restriction: completion of the University Mathematics Requirement, or concurrent enrollment in MATH-170 or MATH-211 or STAT-202 or STAT-203.
CLOSED
001
 
04.00
Tudge,C 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 2       08/28/17 12/16/17
M 11:20AM 02:10PM HRST 106 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
002
 
04.00
Tudge,C 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 2       08/28/17 12/16/17
M 02:30PM 05:20PM HRST 106 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
003
 
04.00
Tudge,C 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 2       08/28/17 12/16/17
T 11:20AM 02:10PM HRST 106 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
004
 
04.00
Tudge,C 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 2       08/28/17 12/16/17
T 02:30PM 05:20PM HRST 106 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
005
 
04.00
Tudge,C 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 2       08/28/17 12/16/17
W 11:20AM 02:10PM HRST 106 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
006
 
04.00
Tudge,C 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 2       08/28/17 12/16/17
W 02:30PM 05:20PM HRST 106 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
007
 
04.00
Tudge,C 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 2       08/28/17 12/16/17
W 05:30PM 08:00PM HRST 106 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
008
 
04.00
Tudge,C 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 2       08/28/17 12/16/17
TH 11:20AM 02:10PM HRST 106 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
009
 
04.00
Tudge,C 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 2       08/28/17 12/16/17
TH 02:30PM 05:20PM HRST 106 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
010
 
04.00
Tudge,C 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 2       08/28/17 12/16/17
F 09:45AM 12:35PM HRST 106 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
BIO-110 FA5
General Biology I
Prerequisite/Concurrent: MATH-170, MATH-211, MATH-221, STAT-202 or STAT-203.
CLOSED
001
 
04.00
Kothmann,W 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  KRGR G01     08/28/17 12/16/17
TH 02:30PM 05:20PM HRST 107 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
04.00
Kothmann,W 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  KRGR G01     08/28/17 12/16/17
M 05:30PM 08:00PM HRST 107 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
04.00
Kothmann,W 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  KRGR G01     08/28/17 12/16/17
T 11:20AM 02:10PM HRST 107 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
004
 
04.00
Kothmann,W 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  KRGR G01     08/28/17 12/16/17
T 02:30PM 05:20PM HRST 107 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
005
 
04.00
Chow,B 
 
 
M       05:30PM 08:00PM  KRWN 4       08/28/17 12/16/17
W 04:05PM 06:45PM HRST 107 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
006
 
04.00
Chow,B 
 
 
M       05:30PM 08:00PM  KRWN 4       08/28/17 12/16/17
M 02:30PM 05:20PM HRST 107 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
007
 
04.00
Chow,B 
 
 
M       05:30PM 08:00PM  KRWN 4       08/28/17 12/16/17
T 05:30PM 08:00PM HRST 107 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
008
 
04.00
Kothmann,W 
 
 
TF      02:30PM 03:45PM  KRWN 6       08/28/17 12/16/17
W 09:45AM 12:35PM HRST 107 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
009
 
04.00
Kothmann,W 
 
 
TF      02:30PM 03:45PM  KRWN 6       08/28/17 12/16/17
TH 11:20AM 02:10PM HRST 107 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
010
 
04.00
Kothmann,W 
 
 
TF      02:30PM 03:45PM  KRWN 6       08/28/17 12/16/17
W 12:55PM 03:45PM HRST 107 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
BIO-200 FA5
Struct&Funct of Hum Body
CLOSED
001
 
03.00
Doperalski,A 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  KRWN 6       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
BIO-210 FA5
General Biology II
Prerequisite: BIO-110.
OPEN
001
 
04.00
Bracht,J 
 
 
TF      08:10AM 09:25AM  EQB  15      08/28/17 12/16/17
F 09:45AM 12:35PM HRST 107 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
002
 
04.00
Bracht,J 
 
 
TF      08:10AM 09:25AM  EQB  15      08/28/17 12/16/17
F 12:55PM 03:45PM HRST 107 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
BIO-220 FA5
In the Light of Evolution
CLOSED
001
 
03.00
Schaeff,C 
 
 
MTH     08:10AM 09:25AM  HRST 104     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Schaeff,C 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  HRST 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
BIO-240 FA5
Oceanography
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Salcedo,T 
 
 
MTH     04:05PM 05:20PM  KRWN 3       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CHEM-100 FA5
The Molecular World
Restriction: completion of the University Mathematics Requirement, or concurrent enrollment in MATH-170 or MATH-211 or STAT-202 or STAT-203.
OPEN
001
 
04.00
Lansigan,M 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  BEEG 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
T 09:45AM 12:15PM BEEG 103 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
002
 
04.00
Lansigan,M 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  BEEG 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
T 12:55PM 03:25PM BEEG 103 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
003
 
04.00
Lansigan,M 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  BEEG 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
M 09:45AM 12:15PM BEEG 103 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
004
 
04.00
Rodriguez-Velazquez,S 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  DMTI 213     08/28/17 12/16/17
T 04:05PM 06:35PM BEEG 103 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CANCELLED
005
 
04.00
Rodriguez-Velazquez,S; Ferguson,J 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
M 12:55PM 03:25PM TBA TBA CANCELLED
 
CLOSED
006
 
04.00
Rodriguez-Velazquez,S 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  DMTI 213     08/28/17 12/16/17
M 04:05PM 06:35PM BEEG 103 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CHEM-110 FA5
General Chemistry I
Restriction: completion of the University Mathematics Requirement, or concurrent enrollment in MATH-170 or MATH-211 or STAT-202 or STAT-203.
OPEN
001
 
04.00
Zou,S 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 02:10PM  BEEG 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
M 11:20AM 02:10PM BEEG 105 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
04.00
Zou,S 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 02:10PM  BEEG 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
M 02:30PM 05:20PM BEEG 105 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
04.00
Zou,S 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 02:10PM  BEEG 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
M 05:30PM 08:20PM BEEG 105 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
004
 
04.00
Tiso,M 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  BEEG 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
T 11:20AM 02:10PM BEEG 105 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
005
 
04.00
Tiso,M 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  BEEG 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
W 05:30PM 08:20PM BEEG 105 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
006
 
04.00
Rodriguez-Velazquez,S 
 
 
MTH     04:05PM 05:20PM  BEEG 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
T 05:30PM 08:20PM BEEG 105 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
007
 
04.00
Rodriguez-Velazquez,S 
 
 
MTH     04:05PM 05:20PM  BEEG 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
W 11:20AM 02:10PM BEEG 105 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
008
 
04.00
Axe,J 
 
 
W       05:30PM 08:00PM  BEEG 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
W 02:30PM 05:20PM BEEG 105 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
009
 
04.00
Axe,J 
 
 
W       05:30PM 08:00PM  BEEG 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
TH 05:30PM 08:20PM BEEG 105 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
010
 
04.00
Axe,J 
 
 
W       05:30PM 08:00PM  BEEG 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
T 02:30PM 05:20PM BEEG 105 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CHEM-150 FA5
Chemistry of Cooking
OPEN
001
 
04.00
Lansigan,M 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  BEEG 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
W 11:20AM 01:50PM BEEG 103 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
04.00
Lansigan,M 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  BEEG 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
W 02:30PM 05:00PM BEEG 103 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
04.00
Lansigan,M 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  BEEG 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
W 05:30PM 08:00PM BEEG 103 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
004
 
04.00
Rodriguez-Velazquez,S 
 
 
TF      08:10AM 09:25AM  BEEG 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
TH 09:45AM 12:15PM BEEG 103 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
005
 
04.00
Rodriguez-Velazquez,S 
 
 
TF      08:10AM 09:25AM  BEEG 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
TH 12:55PM 03:25PM BEEG 103 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
006
 
04.00
Rodriguez-Velazquez,S 
 
 
TF      08:10AM 09:25AM  BEEG 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
TH 04:05PM 06:35PM BEEG 103 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CHEM-205 FA5
The Human Genome
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Tiso,M 
 
 
MTH     02:30PM 03:45PM  DMTI 121     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CHEM-250 FA5
Criminalistics, Crime & Soc
CANCELLED
001
 
03.00
Lansigan,M 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Girard,J 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 02:10PM  BEEG 102     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Lansigan,M 
 
 
MTH     02:30PM 03:45PM  BEEG 102     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
004
 
03.00
Lansigan,M 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online.
COMM-100 FA4
Understanding Media
CLOSED
001
 
03.00
Gershon,J 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 02:10PM  MCK  201     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SOC majors.
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Das,A 
 
 
MTH     08:10AM 09:25AM  MCK  201     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SOC majors.
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Menchen-Trevino,E 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  MCK  201     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SOC majors.
OPEN
004
 
03.00
Gershon,J 
 
 
TF      08:10AM 09:25AM  MCK  201     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SOC majors.
CLOSED
005
 
03.00
Davis,D 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  MCK  201     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SOC majors.
OPEN
006
 
03.00
Susca,M 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  MCK  201     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SOC majors.
OPEN
008
 
03.00
Talan,S 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  MCK  201     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SOC majors.
COMM-105 FA1
Visual Literacy
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Menke-Fish,S 
 
 
W       08:10AM 11:00AM  MCK  113     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: AU Scholars. As a part of this course, students will engage with a nonprofit agency or school in the D.C. area to apply their course knowledge.
CLOSED
002
 
03.00
Daly,N 
 
 
TH      11:20AM 02:10PM  MPC  100     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SOC majors. As a part of this course, students will engage with a nonprofit agency or school in the D.C. area to apply their course knowledge.
CLOSED
003
 
03.00
Engel,L 
 
 
W       02:30PM 05:20PM  MCK  201     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SOC majors. As a part of this course, students will engage with a nonprofit agency or school in the D.C. area to apply their course knowledge.
CLOSED
004
 
03.00
Brenneman,A 
 
 
W       05:30PM 08:00PM  MPC  100     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SOC majors. As a part of this course, students will engage with a nonprofit agency or school in the D.C. area to apply their course knowledge.
CLOSED
005
 
03.00
Llerena,K 
 
 
TF      02:30PM 03:45PM  MCK  201     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SOC majors. As a part of this course, students will engage with a nonprofit agency or school in the D.C. area to apply their course knowledge.
CLOSED
006
 
03.00
Llerena,K 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 201     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SOC majors. As a part of this course, students will engage with a nonprofit agency or school in the D.C. area to apply their course knowledge.
CANCELLED
007
 
03.00
Daly,N 
 
 
TH      11:20AM 02:10PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Restriction: SOC majors. As a part of this course, students will engage with a nonprofit agency or school in the D.C. area to apply their course knowledge.
CLOSED
008
 
03.00
Williams,R 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  MCK  101     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SOC majors. As a part of this course, students will engage with a nonprofit agency or school in the D.C. area to apply their course knowledge.
OPEN
009
 
03.00
Brannon,K 
 
 
M       11:20AM 02:10PM  MCK  T12     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SOC majors. As a part of this course, students will engage with a nonprofit agency or school in the D.C. area to apply their course knowledge.
CLOSED
010
 
03.00
Hill,D 
 
 
W       11:20AM 02:10PM  MPC  STUDIO  08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SOC Majors. As a part of this course, students will engage with a nonprofit agency or school in the D.C. area to apply their course work knowledge.
COMM-209 FA4
Communication and Society
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Shane,L 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  MCK  T01     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SOC majors.
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Bernardini,D 
 
 
MTH     04:05PM 05:20PM  MCK  101     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SOC majors.
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Doshi,P 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  MCK  T01     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SOC majors.
CLOSED
004
 
03.00
Parell,C 
 
 
TH      02:30PM 05:20PM  MCK  T01     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
005
 
03.00
Phillips,L 
 
 
W       11:20AM 02:10PM  MPC  100     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SOC majors.
COMM-270 FA2
How News Med Shape Hist
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Elving,R 
 
 
W       02:30PM 05:20PM  MCK  101     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
COMM-275 FA4
Dissident Media
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Benedetto,R 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  MCK  201     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
ECON-100 FA4
Macroeconomics
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Gunter,B 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  KRWN 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Broder,I 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  KRWN 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Broder,I 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 02:10PM  KRWN 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
004
 
03.00
Callahan,C 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  SIS  333     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
005
 
03.00
Callahan,C 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  SIS  333     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
006
 
03.00
Hambley,W 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 6       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
007
 
03.00
Hambley,W 
 
 
TF      02:30PM 03:45PM  WATK G02     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
016
 
03.00
Hambley,W 
 
 
TF      08:10AM 09:25AM  KSB  T60     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
ECON-110 FA3
The Global Majority
CLOSED
001
 
03.00
Gunter,B 
 
 
MTH     04:05PM 05:20PM  WATK G02     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
ECON-200 FA4
Microeconomics
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Lin,D 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
002
 
03.00
Cauvel,M 
 
 
MTH     08:10AM 09:25AM  WATK G02     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Hansen,M 
 
 
T       12:55PM 02:10PM  KSB  T60     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Instructional Method: Hybrid.
CLOSED
004
 
03.00
Hansen,M 
 
 
F       12:55PM 02:10PM  KSB  T60     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Instructional Method: Hybrid.
OPEN
005
 
03.00
Berman,R 
 
 
TF      04:05PM 05:20PM  SIS  102     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
006
 
03.00
Husted,T 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  EQB  200     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
EDU-205 FA4
Schools and Society
CLOSED
001
 
03.00
Dennis,T 
 
 
MTH     04:05PM 05:20PM  EQB  200     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
DeCuir,A 
 
 
TF      02:30PM 03:45PM  WATK 114     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
03.00
DeCuir,A 
 
 
TF      08:10AM 09:25AM  WATK 102     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
005
 
03.00
Jacobs,F 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online.
EDU-285 FA3
Education for Int'l Devel
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Griffin,J 
 
 
W       02:30PM 05:20PM  WATK 114     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Spear,A 
 
 
MTH     04:05PM 05:20PM  EQB  11      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Fawcett,E 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online.
ENVS-150 FA5
Nature of Earth
CLOSED
001
 
04.00
van Doorn,A 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  DMTI 213     08/28/17 12/16/17
T 02:30PM 05:20PM BEEG 101 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
04.00
van Doorn,A 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  DMTI 213     08/28/17 12/16/17
W 02:30PM 05:20PM BEEG 101 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
04.00
van Doorn,A 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  DMTI 213     08/28/17 12/16/17
F 11:20AM 02:10PM BEEG 101 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
004
 
04.00
Knee,K 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  BEEG 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
TH 02:30PM 05:20PM BEEG 101 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
005
 
04.00
Knee,K 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  BEEG 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
T 11:20AM 02:10PM BEEG 101 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
006
 
04.00
Knee,K 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  BEEG 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
W 11:20AM 02:10PM BEEG 101 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CANCELLED
007
 
04.00
van Doorn,A 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
M 02:30PM 05:20PM TBA TBA CANCELLED
 
CANCELLED
008
 
04.00
Knee,K 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
F 02:30PM 05:20PM TBA TBA CANCELLED
 
CLOSED
009
 
04.00
Saleh,D 
 
 
MTH     08:10AM 09:25AM  DMTI 121     08/28/17 12/16/17
M 02:30PM 05:20PM BEEG 101 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
010
 
04.00
Saleh,D 
 
 
MTH     08:10AM 09:25AM  DMTI 121     08/28/17 12/16/17
F 02:30PM 05:20PM BEEG 101 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
ENVS-160 FA5
Intro to Environmental Sci I
OPEN
001
 
04.00
MacAvoy,S; Pondell,C 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  BEEG 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
F 08:10AM 11:00AM BEEG 101 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: Environmental Science or Environmental Studies majors.
OPEN
002
 
04.00
MacAvoy,S; Pondell,C 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  BEEG 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
M 11:20AM 02:10PM BEEG 101 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: Environmental Science or Environmental Studies majors.
CLOSED
003
 
04.00
MacAvoy,S; Pondell,C 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  BEEG 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
TH 11:20AM 02:10PM BEEG 101 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
ENVS-220 FA5
Energy and Resources
CLOSED
001
 
03.00
Pondell,C 
 
 
TF      08:10AM 09:25AM  EQB  103     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
ENVS-250 FA5
Living on Earth
CLOSED
001
 
03.00
Alonzo,M 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  KRWN 5       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CANCELLED
002
 
03.00
 
 
 
W       09:45AM 11:00AM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Instructional Method: Hybrid.
CANCELLED
003
 
03.00
 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
OPEN
004
 
03.00
Meiller,J 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  MGC  303A    08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: AU Scholars.
FIN-200 FA4
Pers Finance & Finan Inst
Restriction: Registration not allowed in both FIN-200, and FIN-197, FIN-198, or FIN-199.
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Nordby,R; Reddy,K 
 
 
W       02:30PM 05:20PM  KSB  233     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CANCELLED
002
 
03.00
Howell,J 
 
 
M       08:20PM 10:50PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Nordby,R 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online.
GDES-200 FA1
Visual Communication Design
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Leithauser,A 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 12:35PM  KATZ 202     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
002
 
03.00
Montes-Armenteros,J 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 02:10PM  KATZ 203     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
003
 
03.00
Marwanga,L 
 
 
MW      05:30PM 08:00PM  KATZ 204     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
004
 
03.00
Resnick,C 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 12:35PM  KATZ 202     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
005
 
03.00
Ramos,A 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 12:35PM  KATZ 204     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
006
 
03.00
Resnick,C 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 03:45PM  KATZ 202     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
GDES-230 FA1
Graphic Design History
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Fischer,C 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 204     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
002
 
03.00
Lovejoy,R 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  KRWN 302     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
003
 
03.00
Lovejoy,R 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 02:10PM  KATZ 123     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
GNED-110 FA1
General Education Area 1 Topic
OPEN
002
Act Like a Man 
03.00
Kippola,K 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  AND  3K      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Act Like a Man: The Performance of American Masculinities (3) This course examines the search for and performance of ideal models of American manhood on theatrical, political, and social stages. Through investigating gender theory and masculinity studies, reading and analyzing plays, viewing theatrical productions and films, unpacking political posturing, and scrutinizing human behavior, students explore, demystify, and question the ways in which public masculine figures manipulate, challenge, and reflect lives of American males. From the first American play to Hamilton, from the Founding Fathers to Donald Trump, the course investigates the ways in which American men learn to behave and misbehave.
OPEN
003
#BroadwaySoDiverse 
03.00
Salois,K 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  KATZ 128     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
#BroadwaySoDiverse (3) Many scholars have regarded the twenty-first century to be watershed era for inclusiveness on Broadway. This course examines a chronology of such representation on "The Great White Way," including titles from current and/or Broadway seasons such as Falsettos and Hamilton. The course offers students the opportunity to watch both live and archived performances of musicals past and present, as well as read, verbally deconstruct, and even perform excerpts from these shows with the goal of practicing rational, respectful, and empathetic difficult dialogues/critical conversations. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
CLOSED
004
The Art of Theft 
03.00
Helfers,E 
 
 
MTH     04:05PM 05:20PM  AND  3K      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
The Art of Theft (3) From William Shakespeare to Beyonce, much of what we consider original art depends on borrowed text, recycled images, and familiar melodies. But where do we draw the line between influence and plagiarism? This course considers questions of creative ownership. Drawing from scholarship by ethicists, cultural critics, and legal scholars, it analyzes case studies in music, film, literature, and visual art. Working in groups, students trace intellectual property attitudes within a chosen genre or institution (i.e. Death Metal, Persian Poetry, Pixar Films). For the final project, after meeting working artists in the Washington, DC area, students compose a creative work that borrows responsibly. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
CANCELLED
005
Visual Identities 
03.00
Pearson,A 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Visual Identities (3) Drawing on museum collections in D.C., this course explores how visual images constructed, claimed, and sometimes contested identities across the geohistorical spectrum. Students consider how images convey identities tied to cultural conceptions about politics, religions, race, gender, disability, and sexuality and what such works teach us about visual strategies for conveying identity, past and present. Students analyze images comparatively, in a case-study approach across specific cultures. Individual and group projects develop critical thinking, writing, and presentation skills. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
CANCELLED
006
Imagining the Future 
03.00
Kakoudaki,D 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
TH 05:30PM 08:00PM TBA TBA CANCELLED
 
Imagining the Future (3) How do we imagine the political structures, landscapes, challenges, and bodies of the future? This interdisciplinary course traces the visual, literary, and political implications of the way the future has been imagined through the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Exciting and revealing, visions of the future reflect both dreams and biases, and express desire for global collaboration, fears of nuclear or environmental disaster, and cultural and political aspirations and limits. Starting from science fictional dreams of the future in literature and film, this course interrogates concepts of utopian and dystopian futurity, collective action, danger and heroism, community, nationalism, and globalization. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
CANCELLED
007
Plagues, Plots, and People 
03.00
Marsh,S 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Plagues, Plots, and People (3) Diseases, colloquially, are caught, transmitted, and contracted in many different ways: miasmas, bugs, germs, and vectors--to name just a few. How does the language people use to describe illness indicate beliefs about illness? This class studies historical, scientific, and popular accounts of illness to explore this question and others. Students explore whether disease creates immunity or results from lack of it, whether class, sexuality, race, gender, or geography protect against disease or expose people to it, how biomedical narratives of illness inflect cultural practices and social relations, and how the life cycles of pathogenic microorganisms shaped human history. This course's materials include science writing, theory, film, and literature--as well as images and objects from the National Library of Medicine and the Dibner Library of the History of Science and Technology at the Smithsonian Institute. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students.
CANCELLED
008
How to Create Better Worlds 
03.00
McDonic,S 
 
 
W       02:30PM 05:20PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
How to Create Better Worlds (3) How does art help to advance the work of activists and how do artists enable activists to think more creatively? Social justice movements often use the tools of artwork to support and further their aims; students in this course explore how art works, and works on viewers, by meeting artists and visiting activist projects. This course examines how activists have pushed the boundaries of what counts as art and who counts as an artist. Readings cover a range of topics, disciplines, theoretical frameworks, and case studies that question how people create art objects--visual, aural, performance, and multi-media--that have political and social effects. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
CANCELLED
009
Homo Addictus 
03.00
Ratekin,T 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Homo Addictus (3) Addiction is an extremely common human experience--an experience that highlights the particular joys and pains of being alive. Addictions to such varied things as alcohol, drugs, the internet, video games, pornography, sex, and shopping address and treat a universal pain that is central to humanity. This course considers how potentially addictive behaviors draw people away from ordinary life. Students read fiction, memoir, and social science texts to examine how addiction relates to other difficulties such as trauma, stress, mental illness, social anxiety, and sexuality. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students.
CANCELLED
010
Whose Hip Hop Cultures 
03.00
Salois,K 
 
 
TF      04:05PM 05:20PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Whose Hip Hop Cultures (3) Who lays claim to hip hop when its arts and cultures are shared worldwide? This course traces hip hop's movement over forty years from a transnational, Afro-diasporic South Bronx to six continents. To understand its circulation, this course explores the racialization of United States popular musics, a history and practice of difference-making that profoundly informs the way hip hop has been and continues to be perceived in the US. Students visit DC institutions, conduct research in the residence halls, and learn to make historical, cultural, and musical connections between songs. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
CLOSED
011
Hist,Art,Soc Through Sondheim 
03.00
Doyle,S 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 02:10PM  KATZ 112     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
History, Art and Society through the Eyes of Stephen Sondheim (3) Through listening to and exploring the musicals of Broadway legend Stephen Sondheim, students in this course examine and discuss topics as close to home as the American dream and as far afield as Japanese Noh theater. Through basic study of the music and use of recorded materials, students look at Sondheim's evolution as a lyricist, composer, and dramatist from his earliest work with lyricist Oscar Hammerstein II and composers Leonard Bernstein and Jule Styne, to his more recent endeavors such as Sweeney Todd and Into the Woods.
OPEN
012
Visual Identities 
03.00
Pearson,A 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  KATZ 210     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Visual Identities (3) Drawing on museum collections in D.C., this course explores how visual images constructed, claimed, and sometimes contested identities across the geohistorical spectrum. Students consider how images convey identities tied to cultural conceptions about politics, religions, race, gender, disability, and sexuality and what such works teach us about visual strategies for conveying identity, past and present. Students analyze images comparatively, in a case-study approach across specific cultures. Individual and group projects develop critical thinking, writing, and presentation skills.
CLOSED
013
Inventing Queer Lives 
03.00
Friedman,D 
 
 
MTH     04:05PM 05:20PM  AND  6J      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Inventing Queer Lives (3) This course examines how dominant understandings of LGBT identity came into being in the Western world at the turn of the twentieth century and alternative paradigms for sexual and gender difference that have been offered by racial minorities, transgender communities, and non-Western cultures. Students use literary texts as well as well as films, historical documents, and perspectives from sociology and anthropology. Assignments consist of various formal and informal writing assignments and class presentations. Students explore the DC area's queer cultural resources, including archives, performances, cinema, and art exhibits.
CLOSED
014
Homo Addictus 
03.00
Ratekin,T 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  AND  3K      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Homo Addictus (3) Addiction is an extremely common human experience--an experience that highlights the particular joys and pains of being alive. Addictions to such varied things as alcohol, drugs, the internet, video games, pornography, sex, and shopping address and treat a universal pain that is central to humanity. This course considers how potentially addictive behaviors draw people away from ordinary life. Students read fiction, memoir, and social science texts to examine how addiction relates to other difficulties such as trauma, stress, mental illness, social anxiety, and sexuality.
GNED-120 FA2
General Education Area 2 Topic
OPEN
001
Why Do We Punish 
03.00
Tschemplik,A 
 
 
W       11:20AM 02:10PM  MCK  113     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Why Do We Punish (3) This course uses literature, philosophy and the social sciences to understand the complex phenomenon of punishment. Students examine why parents punish their children, why we punish ourselves as well as why the state punishes individuals. The course considers whether there are any links between the different forms of punishment and whether there are forms of punishment which cannot be justified both on the individual and the state level. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
OPEN
003
Cities: Destroyed & Reinvented 
03.00
Demshuk,A 
 
 
W       02:30PM 05:20PM  AND  6J      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Cities: Destroyed & Reinvented (3) The turmoil and traumas of modernity have transformed urban spaces into architectural and commemorative battlegrounds. This seminar introduces theories of memory and nationalism alongside controversies over architecture and planning with special case examples from twentieth-century European urban transformations. The dynamic environment of the US capital also informs the course. Intense discussion of weekly readings, short response essays, and a project assessing the intersection between urban change and the politics of memory encourage critical thinking, reading and writing. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
OPEN
005
Dying, Death, & the Afterlife 
03.00
Oliver,M 
 
 
TF      02:30PM 03:45PM  AND  6J      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Dying, Death, and the Afterlife (3) Few ideas have stirred the human imagination as has the question of the end of life. This course examines visions of the process of dying and accounts of a possible second life from Judaism to Hinduism, Dante to Milarepa, The Wings of Desire to the Book of Mormon, offering a wide-ranging examination of pathways to the celestial afterworld. By examining the imaginative geography of the afterlife, students learn not only about the existential fear that lingers and grows as we age, but also about how we as a species have reconciled the facts of this life with our conceptions of justice, righteousness, divine reward, and deserved punishment. The material for this course ranges across the religious, philosophical, literary, sociological, and biological, encouraging students to examine how conceptions of death and the afterlife reflect back lived concerns and the struggle to live a life of meaning in our mortal coil. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
CANCELLED
007
Normalizing Bodies 
03.00
Feder,E 
 
 
MTH     02:30PM 03:45PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Normalizing Bodies (3) This course examines the distinction between "normal" and "abnormal" bodies and investigates the complex ways in which abnormal bodies become "problems" for medicine. Looking at historical examples, e.g. pathologization of slaves' desires to flee captivity, nineteenth century diagnosis and treatment of "hysteria," medical treatment of height (tallness in girls, short stature in boys) and atypical sex anatomies (intersex bodies), the course asks what normality means, and explores the effects of meanings we may too often take for granted. Students visit the Smithsonian Museum of American History to speak with the curator and specialist of disability, and hear guest lectures on normalizing surgical interventions for children. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
CANCELLED
008
Why Big Government 
03.00
Rao,G 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Why Big Government (3) This interdisciplinary course explores a pressing intellectual challenge of our time: Americans' ambivalent historical relationship with the state. It explores how Americans from the era of Alexander Hamilton to the Age of Obama conceptualize and confront the state by demanding, protesting, prohibiting, and expanding government power over their persons and their property. The course pursues these themes through classics of social and political thought, such as the writings of James Madison, Frederick Lloyd Garrison, John Dewey, and John Maynard Keynes, alongside compelling new frameworks offered by scholars such as sociologists Monica Prasad and Andrew Abbott, journalist Ta-Nahesi Coates, and philosopher Danielle Allen. The course also draws upon visual media, such as screenings of The Wire and Birth of a Nation, while using the social media platform of Twitter to undertake some of the inquiries in public and in real time. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
CANCELLED
009
Inventing Queer Lives 
03.00
Friedman,D 
 
 
MTH     04:05PM 05:20PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Inventing Queer Lives (3) This course examines how dominant understandings of LGBT identity came into being in the Western world at the turn of the twentieth century and alternative paradigms for sexual and gender difference that have been offered by racial minorities, transgender communities, and non-Western cultures. Students use literary texts as well as well as films, historical documents, and perspectives from sociology and anthropology. Assignments consist of various formal and informal writing assignments and class presentations. Students explore the DC area's queer cultural resources, including archives, performances, cinema, and art exhibits. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
OPEN
020
Why Is Immigration a Challenge 
03.00
Enchautegui-de-Jesus,N 
 
 
W       05:30PM 08:00PM  AND  6J      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Why is Immigration a Challenge (3) One of the challenges to advancing the debate over immigration in the U.S. is the tension between those who are apprehensive and those who are optimistic about the impact of newcomers on the receiving society. This course explores from multiple perspectives what makes migration in the U.S. a challenge for newcomers and for the receiving society. The scope of the course spans from the migrant's personal experience (e.g., why and how leave the home of origin, the stressors of acculturation, a sense of identity in the new homeplace) and changes in the receiving community (e.g., schools, employment, and neighborhoods), to the mutual influence evidenced through attitudes, cuisine, media, and policies. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
CLOSED
021
Envisioning an Inclusve Future 
03.00
Simmons,R 
 
 
TF      04:05PM 05:20PM  KRWN 201     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Envisioning an Inclusive Future (3) This course seeks to: dismantle the ideologies which reproduce social inequality and prevent inclusiveness in our schools and society; develop a collective vision for an inclusive future; and identify the role schools and other social institutions must play in an inclusive society. Among other activities, students consider texts, social and cultural institutions, social movements, and personal histories to investigate and analyze the roots of diversity in America, and reimagine the contemporary landscape of our diverse society.
CLOSED
022
Living and Dying in DC 
03.00
Young,J 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  AND  3K      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Living and Dying in DC (3) This course introduces students to health inequities and uses political, economic, historical, and sociological analyses of differences in power and privilege as it relates to quality of life, disease burden, and mortality in Washington, DC. Through local texts, site visits, discussions, and reflections, students explore how DC residents, communities, health care providers, public health practitioners, and policymakers have shaped the social forces that influence health, and how they have worked together to ensure that all DC residents have the opportunity to live healthy and long lives.
CANCELLED
023
America At Work 
03.00
Quirk,J 
 
 
TF      04:05PM 05:20PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
America at Work (3) From farm to factory to fiber optics, the meaning of "work" has been central to the American experience. Shifting to industrial and then to post-industrial eras raises questions not just about business and economics, but about forces transforming society and the individual's place in it. This course approaches America at work from a range of perspectives. Students use scholarly work as well as excerpts from film, theatre, and literature, and even from HBO's The Wire. Assignments include some usual written approaches, as well as more personal assignments like an interview and a photo essay, and living-learning community projects.
OPEN
024
Normalizing Bodies 
03.00
Zurn,P 
 
 
MTH     02:30PM 03:45PM  AND  6J      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Normalizing Bodies (3) This course examines the distinction between "normal" and "abnormal" bodies and investigates the complex ways in which abnormal bodies become "problems" for medicine. Looking at historical examples, e.g. pathologization of slaves' desires to flee captivity, nineteenth century diagnosis and treatment of "hysteria," medical treatment of height (tallness in girls, short stature in boys) and atypical sex anatomies (intersex bodies), the course asks what normality means, and explores the effects of meanings we may too often take for granted. Students visit the Smithsonian Museum of American History to speak with the curator and specialist of disability, and hear guest lectures on normalizing surgical interventions for children.
GNED-130 FA3
General Education Area 3 Topic
OPEN
001
How Are Latinx Changing US 
03.00
Vidal-Ortiz,S 
 
 
W       08:10AM 11:00AM  KRWN 201     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
How Are Latinx Changing US (3) This class adopts a less Western-centric way of framing knowledge by focusing on a U.S. ethno-racial minority group within the U.S. Latinxs are shifting the economic, political, cultural, and social landscape of USAmerican society. Latinx communities bring forth questions of nation and ethnicity, along with intersectional aspects of class, gender, sexuality, ability, and migratory/documented status to a discussion of who the U.S. is as a nation. Students hear leaders of local organizations and advocacy groups, as well as national entities, to better understand the contributions and challenges of Latinxs in the U.S. The course explores themes through movies and documentaries, and analyzes of how Latinxs are portrayed in the media. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
CANCELLED
002
Why Is Immigration a Challenge 
03.00
Enchautegui-de-Jesus,N 
 
 
W       05:30PM 08:00PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Why is Immigration a Challenge (3) One of the challenges to advancing the debate over immigration in the U.S. is the tension between those who are apprehensive and those who are optimistic about the impact of newcomers on the receiving society. This course explores from multiple perspectives what makes migration in the U.S. a challenge for newcomers and for the receiving society. The scope of the course spans from the migrant's personal experience (e.g., why and how leave the home of origin, the stressors of acculturation, a sense of identity in the new homeplace) and changes in the receiving community (e.g., schools, employment, and neighborhoods), to the mutual influence evidenced through attitudes, cuisine, media, and policies. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
OPEN
003
Living as a Digital Citizen 
03.00
Klein,J 
 
 
W       11:20AM 02:10PM  AND  3K      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Living as a Digital Citizen (3) Digital citizenship broadly describes what it means to live in our networked world. The Internet fundamentally improves the economic and social life of those who gains access, but every click also leaves a trace of our digital footsteps. This course looks at what this means to us as individuals, as a community, and as a global society, as well as those less fortunate who do not experience the power of the Internet and how to engage these individuals. The course raises more questions than it answers, but heightens students' understanding of the evolving challenges and opportunities on our digital planet.
CLOSED
004
Refugees, War, & Human Rights 
03.00
Vine,D 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  AND  6J      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Refugees, War, and Human Rights (3) Millions of refugees and other displaced people are fleeing war and violence from the Middle East to Central America and beyond. This course examines this global phenomenon as well as one of the world's least well-known refugee crises, the forced removal of the Chagossian people from Diego Garcia, an island in the Indian Ocean, by the U.S. military. The class explores topics including the effects and causes of forced displacement, race and racism, environmental refugees, gentrification, and movements to combat human rights violations and assist the displaced. Students have opportunities to learn about and support refugees and other displaced peoples outside the classroom. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
OPEN
005
Borders Migration & Globalizn 
03.00
Castaneda-Tinoco,E 
 
 
W       08:10AM 11:00AM  AND  3K      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Borders, Migration and Globalization (3) Borders, migration, and globalization are terms invoked by the media and in everyday conversations; but it is important to dig deeply to understand what these terms mean. This course studies policies and the discourse around border security; the cause and effects of international migration; the origin of the term "globalization" and the theories associated with these phenomena. The course accounts for the social context that explains the rise of these ideas, as well as the push-back against what people see as the negative consequences of international migration and trade. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
OPEN
006
Construction of Self & Other 
03.00
Charlton,E 
 
 
T       05:30PM 08:00PM  KATZ 104     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Understanding Constructions of the Self and Other through Contemporary Technology (3) Establishing one's identitie(s) is both real and invented. How one reads other's projected identitie(s) in a multi-platform culture is complicated, not only by how people adorn themselves, but by our media choices. From avatars on social media (Instagram, YouTube, Tinder) to online simulation platforms (Open Simulator and SecondLife), and from fan conventions (Otakon, Comic Con) to festivals (Afropunk), notions of the constructed self destabilizes conventional models of the singular identity. Using an interdisciplinary and inter-media approach, this course introduces the ways people shape their identities across a variety of cultural perspectives. Readings and class discussions are central to the experience of this course.
OPEN
007
Is Global Citizenship a Dream 
03.00
Groen,G 
 
 
W       08:10AM 11:00AM  AND  6J      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Is Global Citizenship a Dream (3) With the recent rise of populism across the Western world, this course helps students with international aspirations to critically examine the emerging issues related to "being a global person." Course readings and team projects explore global citizenry and cover topics such as globalization, the sovereign state, economic interdependence, the global enterprise, ethics, prejudice, and intercultural skills. Outside class, student have the opportunity to meet global leaders to discuss this course's implications. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
OPEN
008
Jerusalem: Myth Hist Modernity 
03.00
Brenner,M 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  AND  6J      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Jerusalem: Myth, History, Modernity (3) Central for the three Abrahamic traditions, Jerusalem has been a locus of worship and dispute for over two-thousand years. The course proceeds thematically, beginning with the role of Jerusalem in the mythic imagination of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Students then turn to writings reflecting the history of Jerusalem as a physical place and a source of contention for the Assyrians and Babylonians, the Persians, the Romans, the empires of medieval Europe and the Ottomans, the British, the Arabs and the modern State of Israel. Finally, the course turns to the modern era and examines Jerusalem as a modern city and a proxy for disputes over identity, culture, language, and religion. Students visit different places of worship in DC and invite guest speakers representing a diversity of cultures to class. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
CANCELLED
009
Incivillity 
03.00
Weis,L 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Incivility (3) In our society, divided by inequality and ideology, many demand civil discourse to solve the problem of incivility. This course challenges our assumptions about incivility and "civil discourse." Course themes may include how ideals of civility connect to language and emotion; how the normalization of civility connects to colonialism, imperialism, and globalization; whether movements employing 'uncivil' practices (suffrage, labor, civil rights, feminist, LGBTQ, disability rights, Occupy, Black Lives Matter) reject civility as an ideal and/or challenge us to think more deeply about truly "civil discourse." Students read texts from disciplines such as literature, philosophy, political science, anthropology, technology studies, gender studies, and sociology; engage in collaborative projects; visits to Congress, Belmont-Paul National Monument, National Museum of African American Culture; and observe or participate in a protest action in Washington, DC. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
OPEN
014
Whose Hip Hop Culture 
03.00
Salois,K 
 
 
TF      04:05PM 05:20PM  AND  3K      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Who lays claim to hip hop when its arts and cultures are shared worldwide? This course traces hip hop's movement over forty years from a transnational, Afro-diasporic South Bronx to six continents. To understand its circulation, the course explores the racialization of United States popular music, a history and practice of difference-making that profoundly informs the way hip hop has been and continues to be perceived in the United States. Students visit Washington, DC institutions, conduct research in the residence halls, and learn to make historical, cultural, and musical connections between songs. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
GNED-140 FA4
General Education Area 4 Topic
CANCELLED
003
13 Going on 30--Only Legally 
03.00
Griggs,C 
 
 
MTH     02:30PM 03:45PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
13 Going on 30--But Only Legally (3) Juvenile delinquency poses difficult and interesting problems for youth policy and criminal justice policy. This course looks at the misconduct of youths that brings them within the jurisdiction of the juvenile courts, and focuses on the complex problem of whether a youth will stay in the juvenile delinquency system or be waived and transferred to the adult criminal justice system. The course looks specifically at the legal, social, and policy determinations and implications of that decision and explores the intersection between legal and mental culpability that is critical to understanding the issue of waiver. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students.
OPEN
004
Harsh Justice 
03.00
Johnson,R 
 
 
M       05:30PM 08:00PM  AND  6J      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Harsh Justice: Life, Death, and Solitary Confinement (3) The United States leads the Western world in the use of harsh punishments: life sentences, death sentences, and extended solitary confinement. Each of these punishments is a type of death penalty: life sentence prisoners are sentenced to die in prison, death sentence prisoners are sentenced to be killed in prison, and prisoners sentenced to extended terms in solitary confinement (often in notorious "Supermax" prisons) are sentenced to what has been described as a living death. As a general matter, conditions in American prisons are uniquely painful and degrading, and have been described by researchers as "dehumanizing," "hellish", and ultimately "unsurvivable" in the face of widespread violations of human dignity. This course considers harsh sanctions and the prison experience in general, from different points of view, drawing on the arts (primarily poetry) and the social sciences (primarily criminology). Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
CLOSED
005
Criminal Law and Theory 
03.00
Souris,R 
 
 
W       02:30PM 05:20PM  KRWN 101     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Criminal Law and Theory (3) The course focuses on the theory and practice of criminal law. Students explore the concept of a crime and examine accounts of the purpose, aims, constraints, and general principles of criminal law. The course also discusses different theories on what makes us beings who may be fairly called to account for wrongful acts, as well as the circumstances under which otherwise wrongful acts are justified and/or excused. Restriction: AU Scholars.
OPEN
006
The Big Short: Money and Power 
03.00
Aufderheide,P 
 
 
W       02:30PM 05:20PM  KSB  T62     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
The Big Short: Money and Power (3) This course on how the public understood and understand the Great Recession and specifically the financial collapse of 2007-2009 exposes students to different choices in storytelling about major and complex events, and also to different disciplinary approaches to analyzing and understanding the implications of their impact. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
CANCELLED
007
America at Work 
03.00
Quirk,J 
 
 
TF      04:05PM 05:20PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
America At Work (3) From farm to factory to fiber optics, the meaning of "work" has been central to the American experience. Shifting to industrial and then to post-industrial eras raises questions not just about business and economics, but about forces transforming society and the individual's place in it. This course approaches America at work from a range of perspectives. Students use scholarly work as well as excerpts from film, theatre, and literature, and even from HBO's The Wire. Assignments include some usual written approaches, as well as more personal assignments like an interview and a photo essay, and living-learning community projects. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
CANCELLED
008
Living and Dying in DC 
03.00
Young,J 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Living and Dying in DC (3) This course introduces students to health inequities and uses political, economic, historical, and sociological analyses of differences in power and privilege as it relates to quality of life, disease burden, and mortality in Washington, DC. Through local texts, site visits, discussions, and reflections, students explore how DC residents, communities, health care providers, public health practitioners, and policymakers have shaped the social forces that influence health, and how they have worked together to ensure that all DC residents have the opportunity to live healthy and long lives. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students.
OPEN
009
Why Are People Prejudiced 
03.00
Duval,L 
 
 
W       05:30PM 08:00PM  WATK 114     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Why Are People Prejudiced (3) Prejudice is an attitude (usually negative) about members of another social group. The concept of prejudice has strong negative connotations such that most people do not freely admit to having such feelings and assume those who do are small-minded, evil, ignorant individuals. This course is based on the assumption that everyone is prejudiced to some extent (even when having the best intentions not to be) and considers potential origins of prejudice. Prejudice is a complex problem that has been examined from evolutionary, cultural, economic, physiological and psychological perspectives. Studying the many different theories for the origins of prejudice provides a foundation for a multi-faceted approach to combatting and undermining prejudice in ourselves and others. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
CANCELLED
010
Inventing Queer Lives 
03.00
Friedman,D 
 
 
MTH     04:05PM 05:20PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Inventing Queer Lives (3) This course examines how dominant understandings of LGBT identity came into being in the Western world at the turn of the twentieth century and alternative paradigms for sexual and gender difference that have been offered by racial minorities, transgender communities, and non-Western cultures. Students use literary texts as well as well as films, historical documents, and perspectives from sociology and anthropology. Assignments consist of various formal and informal writing assignments and class presentations. Students explore the DC area's queer cultural resources, including archives, performances, cinema, and art exhibits. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
CLOSED
012
Quest for Justice 
03.00
Flanagan,G 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 02:10PM  HRST 208     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Quest for Justice (3) This course introduces students to an on-going dialogue at the core of Western intellectual history about how to think about justice. The course examines how the attempt to achieve clarity about the fundamental problems of justice gives rise to new questions and problems that were not apparent at first. The central theme of the course is intellectual surprise, as new questions emerge from old solutions and new solutions reveal old questions. The course addresses and illustrates questions about law, political obligation, freedom, equality, justice and human nature. Students examine different societies such as the ancient city, modern democracy and totalitarianism, and discuss contemporary issues such as race, culture and inequality. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
CLOSED
013
The Highs and Lows of Drugs 
03.00
Gomez,M 
 
 
W       11:20AM 02:10PM  AND  6J      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
The Highs and Lows of Drugs (3) Drugs remain a complex problem, despite the investment of billions of dollars and many years into potential solutions. After over 50 years of scientific research, we have extensive knowledge of how drugs work on the brain, but little progress has been made in reducing rates of drug addiction. This course critically analyzes the varying approaches (e.g. scientific, public policy, law enforcement) that have been applied to the drug problem.
CLOSED
014
Incivility 
03.00
Weis,L 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  AND  6J      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Incivility (3) In our society, divided by inequality and ideology, many demand civil discourse to solve the problem of incivility. This course challenges our assumptions about incivility and "civil discourse." Course themes may include how ideals of civility connect to language and emotion; how the normalization of civility connects to colonialism, imperialism, and globalization; whether movements employing 'uncivil' practices (suffrage, labor, civil rights, feminist, LGBTQ, disability rights, Occupy, Black Lives Matter) reject civility as an ideal and/or challenge us to think more deeply about truly "civil discourse." Students read texts from disciplines such as literature, philosophy, political science, anthropology, technology studies, gender studies, and sociology; engage in collaborative projects; visits to Congress, Belmont-Paul National Monument, National Museum of African American Culture; and observe or participate in a protest action in Washington, DC. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
CANCELLED
015
Envisioning an Inclusve Future 
03.00
Wells,L 
 
 
TF      04:05PM 05:20PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Envisioning an Inclusive Future (3) This course seeks to: dismantle the ideologies which reproduce social inequality and prevent inclusiveness in our schools and society; develop a collective vision for an inclusive future; and identify the role schools and other social institutions must play in an inclusive society. Among other activities, students consider texts, social and cultural institutions, social movements, and personal histories to investigate and analyze the roots of diversity in America, and reimagine the contemporary landscape of our diverse society. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
OPEN
016
Imagining the Future 
03.00
Kakoudaki,D 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  MGC  303A    08/28/17 12/16/17
TH 05:30PM 08:00PM KRGR G01 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Imagining the Future (3) How do we imagine the political structures, landscapes, challenges, and bodies of the future? This interdisciplinary course traces the visual, literary, and political implications of the way the future has been imagined through the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Exciting and revealing, visions of the future reflect both dreams and biases, and express desire for global collaboration, fears of nuclear or environmental disaster, and cultural and political aspirations and limits. Starting from science fictional dreams of the future in literature and film, this course interrogates concepts of utopian and dystopian futurity, collective action, danger and heroism, community, nationalism, and globalization. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
OPEN
017
Balancing Legal Interests 
03.00
Mass,M 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 02:10PM  AND  3K      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Balancing Legal Interests (3) Although it might seem that the law provides rules for personal and business conduct that are definitive and clear, in reality the law more often balances complex interests that involve many shades of gray. This course examines a series of legal problems concerning the role of the law in our personal lives as well as in the economic life of our country as part of a community of nations. Although the course examines these problems through a legal lens, it includes economic, business, political and international relations perspectives. Students critically read, discuss, argue, and write with an objective of questioning their own views and gaining an understanding of alternative perspectives. Course materials include book chapters, articles, cases, statutory material, blogs and movies. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
OPEN
018
Balancing Legal Interests 
03.00
Mass,M 
 
 
TF      02:30PM 03:45PM  AND  3K      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Balancing Legal Interests (3) Although it might seem that the law provides rules for personal and business conduct that are definitive and clear, in reality the law more often balances complex interests that involve many shades of gray. This course examines a series of legal problems concerning the role of the law in our personal lives as well as in the economic life of our country as part of a community of nations. Although the course examines these problems through a legal lens, it includes economic, business, political and international relations perspectives. Students critically read, discuss, argue, and write with an objective of questioning their own views and gaining an understanding of alternative perspectives. Course materials include book chapters, articles, cases, statutory material, blogs and movies.
OPEN
019
Education:Problem or Solution 
03.00
Kravetz,K 
 
 
W       02:30PM 05:20PM  HRST 104     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Education: Problem or Solution (3) While there is agreement that education is key to individual and community well-being, much controversy exists over education's goals and how to achieve them. Issues include identifying education challenges and effective solutions, recognizing how social or economic status interacts with education, and examining what role political ideologies play. Students engage with a variety of speakers, site visits, and readings, and discuss key issues, such as school choice and assessment, through creative exercises, as they collaboratively explore this complex topic. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
CANCELLED
020
Visual Identities 
03.00
Pearson,A 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Visual Identities (3) Drawing on museum collections in D.C., this course explores how visual images constructed, claimed, and sometimes contested identities across the geohistorical spectrum. Students consider how images convey identities tied to cultural conceptions about politics, religions, race, gender, disability, and sexuality and what such works teach us about visual strategies for conveying identity, past and present. Students analyze images comparatively, in a case-study approach across specific cultures. Individual and group projects develop critical thinking, writing, and presentation skills. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
OPEN
021
The Politics of Place 
03.00
Houser,S 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 02:10PM  AND  6J      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
The Politics of Place (3) This course explores the question of how the built environment can shape human behavior in ways that are relevant to democratic politics. For example, the architecture of a building can be inspiring or intimidating; the layout of streets can encourage segregation or interaction among diverse people. In this course students learn how the physical environment can encourage and facilitate the spread of problems such as poverty, crime and societal fragmentation and how it can help to alleviate those problems through fostering of community. Activities include architectural and planning tours of Washington, DC. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
CANCELLED
023
Food Justice Matters 
03.00
Snelling,A 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Food Justice Matters (3) This course explores food justice issues in the twenty-first century. Students think critically about topics such as whether food marketing to children should be restricted, whether agricultural subsidies should be eliminated, and how stakeholders incorporate healthful eating practices into health policies. Using local farms, local non-profit agencies, the department of health, and other related organizations, students explore what Washington, DC and states are doing to address food justice in their communities. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students.
CANCELLED
024
Normalizing Bodies 
03.00
Zurn,P 
 
 
MTH     02:30PM 03:45PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Normalizing Bodies (3) This course examines the distinction between "normal" and "abnormal" bodies and investigates the complex ways in which abnormal bodies become "problems" for medicine. Looking at historical examples, e.g. pathologization of slaves' desires to flee captivity, nineteenth century diagnosis and treatment of "hysteria," medical treatment of height (tallness in girls, short stature in boys) and atypical sex anatomies (intersex bodies), the course asks what normality means, and explores the effects of meanings we may too often take for granted. Students visit the Smithsonian Museum of American History to speak with the curator and specialist of disability, and hear guest lectures on normalizing surgical interventions for children. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
OPEN
025
Why Big Government 
03.00
Rao,G 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  AND  6J      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Why Big Government (3) This interdisciplinary course explores a pressing intellectual challenge of our time: Americans' ambivalent historical relationship with the state. It explores how Americans from the era of Alexander Hamilton to the Age of Obama conceptualize and confront the state by demanding, protesting, prohibiting, and expanding government power over their persons and their property. The course pursues these themes through classics of social and political thought, such as the writings of James Madison, Frederick Lloyd Garrison, John Dewey, and John Maynard Keynes, alongside compelling new frameworks offered by scholars such as sociologists Monica Prasad and Andrew Abbott, journalist Ta-Nahesi Coates, and philosopher Danielle Allen. The course also draws upon visual media, such as screenings of The Wire and Birth of a Nation, while using the social media platform of Twitter to undertake some of the inquiries in public and in real time. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
OPEN
026
How to Create Better Worlds 
03.00
McDonic,S 
 
 
W       02:30PM 05:20PM  AND  3K      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
How to Create Better Worlds (3) How does art help to advance the work of activists and how do artists enable activists to think more creatively? Social justice movements almost always use the tools of artwork to support and further their aims; this course thinks about how art works - and works on us - by meeting artists and visiting activist projects. Students examine how activists have pushed the boundaries of what counts as art and who counts as an artist. Readings cover a range of topics, disciplines, theoretical frameworks, and case studies, pushing us to question how people create art objects-visual, aural, performance, and multi-media- that have political and social effects. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
CLOSED
027
13 Going on 30-- Only Legally 
03.00
Griggs,C 
 
 
MTH     02:30PM 03:45PM  AND  3K      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
13 Going on 30--But Only Legally (3) Juvenile delinquency poses difficult and interesting problems for youth policy and criminal justice policy. This course looks at the misconduct of youths that brings them within the jurisdiction of the juvenile courts, and focuses on the complex problem of whether a youth will stay in the juvenile delinquency system or be waived and transferred to the adult criminal justice system. Students look specifically at the legal, social, and policy determinations and implications of that decision. The course explores the intersection between legal and mental culpability that is critical to understanding the issue of waiver.
CANCELLED
028
Food Justice Matters 
03.00
Snelling,A 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Food Justice Matters (3) This course explores food justice issues in the twenty-first century. Students think critically about topics such as whether food marketing to children should be restricted, whether agricultural subsidies should be eliminated, and how stakeholders incorporate healthful eating practices into health policies. Using local farms, local non-profit agencies, the department of health, and other related organizations, students explore what Washington, DC and states are doing to address food justice in their communities.
GNED-210 FA1
General Education Area 1 Topic
CANCELLED
001
Soc & Legal Const of Childhood 
03.00
Palmer,J 
 
 
MTH     02:30PM 03:45PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Social and Legal Construction of Childhood (3) This interdisciplinary seminar explores the evolution of protections children are afforded in the United States and how issues of inequality affect a child's experience of childhood. Course content includes a review of the socio-cultural and historical context of the passage of public policies to protect children (such as child labor, compulsory schooling, and protection from child abuse). Then students apply what they have learned about public policy and inequality to fictional or nonfictional (memoir) accounts of childhoods. Students read and write fiction or creative non-fiction with an analysis of the policy impacts on a child's social and historical context. Restriction: AU Scholars or Community-Based Research Scholars. Meets with GNED-240 001.
(Meets with GNED 240 001)
OPEN
002
Seeing Africa 
03.00
Matlon,J 
 
 
M       11:20AM 02:10PM  HUGH 102     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Seeing Africa (3) The image holds a special place in the social imaginary, and has a long and polemical history of illuminating the Dark Continent for the external gaze. This course examines theoretical and methodological approaches to visual analysis and its application in Africa. The course emphasizes how the visual makes sense of the social world, and its use in domination, interpretation, and self-expression. While examining the politics of representation as a general framing device, the course focuses on visual representations of Africa/Africans by others, and by Africans of themselves and their continent. Meets with GNED-230 003.
(Meets with GNED 230 003)
GNED-220 FA2
General Education Area 2 Topic
OPEN
001
Disruptive Innovations 
03.00
Bellows,W 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  KRWN 4       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Disruptive Innovations and Entrepreneurs that Change the World (3) This course examines the evolution and impact of disruptive innovations, offering diverse perspectives of how innovations occur and the impact they have on people, societies, markets and businesses. From the automobile to personal computers to the human genome and renewable energy, these innovations can devastate incumbent companies that are too slow to change and alter forever the way we live and work.
CANCELLED
002
Transnatl Queer Voices/Dissent 
03.00
Erol,A 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Transnational Queer Voices and Dissent (3) Queer studies focus on researching, theorizing, and examining deviance from the norm and insubordination against what is considered normative or mainstream from the perspective of those who are marginalized by the mainstream. Queer studies accomplishes this by either deconstructing various normativities that push certain people to the margins, or by analyzing the ways in which some people resist and exist despite the pressures to conform. This course covers queer approaches to basic philosophical concepts such as time, space, morality, and emotions, as well as critiques of various normativities--such as gender, sexuality, body type, and mental and physical disability. As such, the class problematizes and critiques concepts such as power and privilege and learns about ways of resisting against the domination of normativities. The course goes beyond the United States and examines the aforementioned issues in a wide range of transnational contexts. Restriction: AU Scholars or Community-Based Research Scholars. Meets with GNED-230 001.
(Meets with GNED 230 001)
GNED-230 FA3
General Education Area 3 Topic
CANCELLED
001
Transnatl Queer Voices/Dissent 
03.00
Erol,A 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Transnational Queer Voices and Dissent (3) Queer studies focus on researching, theorizing, and examining deviance from the norm and insubordination against what is considered normative or mainstream from the perspective of those who are marginalized by the mainstream. Queer studies accomplishes this by either deconstructing various normativities that push certain people to the margins, or by analyzing the ways in which some people resist and exist despite the pressures to conform. This course covers queer approaches to basic philosophical concepts such as time, space, morality, and emotions, as well as critiques of various normativities--such as gender, sexuality, body type, and mental and physical disability. As such, the class problematizes and critiques concepts such as power and privilege and learns about ways of resisting against the domination of normativities. The course goes beyond the United States and examines the aforementioned issues in a wide range of transnational contexts. Restriction: AU Scholars or Community-Based Research Scholars. Meets with GNED-220 002.
(Meets with GNED 220 002)
CLOSED
002
Japan's Mass Media 
03.00
Koga Browes,S 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  HUGH 102     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Japan's Mass Media (3) This course offers a comprehensive look at mass media in Japan, with a focus on how mass media systems--legislative, production, distribution and consumption--shape the informational environment of the Japanese citizen. The course covers the historical development of the Japanese media industries going back to the emergence of the newspaper in the early Meiji period (1860s), tracing government responses to the spread and growth of news consumption during the early twentieth century, and the radical transformations of the mass media which took place under military government and then under occupation before and after World War II. Meets with GNED-240 002.
(Meets with GNED 240 002)
OPEN
003
Seeing Africa 
03.00
Matlon,J 
 
 
M       11:20AM 02:10PM  HUGH 102     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Seeing Africa (3) The image holds a special place in the social imaginary, and has a long and polemical history of illuminating the Dark Continent for the external gaze. This course examines theoretical and methodological approaches to visual analysis and its application in Africa. The course emphasizes how the visual makes sense of the social world, and its use in domination, interpretation, and self-expression. While examining the politics of representation as a general framing device, the course focuses on visual representations of Africa/Africans by others, and by Africans of themselves and their continent. Meets with GNED-210 002.
(Meets with GNED 210 002)
GNED-240 FA4
General Education Area 4 Topic
CANCELLED
001
Soc & Legal Const of Childhood 
03.00
Palmer,J 
 
 
MTH     02:30PM 03:45PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Social and Legal Construction of Childhood (3) This interdisciplinary seminar explores the evolution of protections children are afforded in the United States and how issues of inequality affect a child's experience of childhood. Course content includes a review of the socio-cultural and historical context of the passage of public policies to protect children (such as child labor, compulsory schooling, and protection from child abuse). Then students apply what they have learned about public policy and inequality to fictional or nonfictional (memoir) accounts of childhoods. Students read and write fiction or creative non-fiction with an analysis of the policy impacts on a child's social and historical context. Restriction: AU Scholars or Community-Based Research Scholars. Meets with GNED-210 001.
(Meets with GNED 210 001)
CLOSED
002
Japan's Mass Media 
03.00
Koga Browes,S 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  HUGH 102     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Japan's Mass Media (3) This course offers a comprehensive look at mass media in Japan, with a focus on how mass media systems--legislative, production, distribution and consumption--shape the informational environment of the Japanese citizen. The course covers the historical development of the Japanese media industries going back to the emergence of the newspaper in the early Meiji period (1860s), tracing government responses to the spread and growth of news consumption during the early twentieth century, and the radical transformations of the mass media which took place under military government and then under occupation before and after World War II. Meets with GNED-230 002.
(Meets with GNED 230 002)
GNED-250 FA5
General Education Area 5 Topic
CLOSED
001
Chem Weapons:WWI to Today 
03.00
Costanzi,S 
 
 
M       02:30PM 05:20PM  HRST 205     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Chemical Weapons: From World War I to Today (3) Understanding the science of chemical weapons, knowing their history, being aware of their current employment, and recognizing the international frameworks for their control is key to identifying effective countermeasures and crafting successful policies for their management. This multidisciplinary course introduces students to a variety of scientific concepts from the disciplines of chemistry and biology. Moreover, it offers students an opportunity to analyze and critically discuss historical and policy aspects related to chemical weapons. Finally, the course introduces students to text mining techniques applied to the identification of current events and issues in the chemical weapons arena through the analysis of social media. Restriction: AU Scholars.
CANCELLED
002
The Highs and Lows of Drugs 
03.00
Gomez,M 
 
 
W       11:20AM 02:10PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
The Highs and Lows of Drugs (3) Drugs remain a complex problem, despite the investment of billions of dollars and many years into potential solutions. After over 50 years of scientific research, we have extensive knowledge of how drugs work on the brain, but little progress has been made in reducing rates of drug addiction.This course critically analyzes the varying approaches (e.g. scientific, public policy, law enforcement) that have been applied to the drug problem. Permission: Program Director.
OPEN
003
Perspectives on Mental Illness 
03.00
Stepanek,L 
 
 
W       11:20AM 02:10PM  KRWN 203     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Perspectives on Mental Illness (3) This course explores not only the scientific basis for mental illness and treatment, but also how cultural, political, and economic forces impact mental health policy. Students consider issues such as whether patients have rights to refuse treatment, how socio-cultural perspectives of mental illness influence treatment, and how mental illness should affect culpability and sentencing in the courtroom. Students read and respond to narratives by the mentally ill, clinical and legal case studies, scientific review articles and congressional testimony, as well as lectures by experts in the field. Students also examine the portrayal of mental illness in film and literature. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
OPEN
004
Confronting Climate Change 
03.00
Pondell,C 
 
 
MTH     04:05PM 05:20PM  WATK G06     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Confronting Climate Change (3) The issue of climate change is a dividing topic in America, and the demand for action regarding climate is a hotly debated topic in political, economic, and social discussions. However, the effects of climate change are seen worldwide, and dialogue surrounding this issue must take into account perspectives from the global community. Throughout the course, students analyze the impact of climate change on people of developing and industrialized nations, and evaluate the influence of potential mitigation strategies on the economic, political, and social structure of cultures from around the world. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
CANCELLED
005
Obesity: a Complex Problem 
03.00
Bracht,J 
 
 
MTH     08:10AM 09:25AM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Obesity: A Complex Problem Obesity is a public health emergency; a majority of Americans are currently overweight and a significant fraction are likely to suffer adverse health impacts including diabetes, heart attack, stroke, and even cancer. This course investigates the ways lifestyle, culture, socioeconomic factors, and the food industry all interface with biology to impact body weight. Students discuss mounting scientific evidence that obesity is, to a significant degree, inherited and the impact this knowledge should have on approaches to the problem. The course surveys both popular and scientific works relevant to the causes of the obesity epidemic, drawing connections while promoting critical analysis and discussion. This class emphasizes the multifactorial causes of obesity, through engagement with both popular and scientific literature, reinforced through student writing and feedback.
OPEN
006
The Food Water Energy Nexus 
03.00
Fox,D 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  AND  3K      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
The Food Water Energy Nexus (3) Food, energy, and water resources are interconnected, so addressing one resource will cause scarcities in others. This complex problem requires innovative, cooperative, and interdisciplinary solutions utilizing the skills from multiple disciplines. The next generation must be equipped with sustainability and resilience strategies for the food energy water nexus, requiring interdisciplinary approaches. Natural scientists, engineers, social scientists, economists, policy makers, and diplomats must work together to form an international collaboration for addressing these resource scarcities simultaneously.
CLOSED
007
Preventing Pollution 
03.00
Meiller,J 
 
 
W       08:10AM 11:00AM  LETT FORMAL  08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Preventing Pollution (3) Today, contaminants enter our water, air, and land through many routes. This course is broken into these three sections (water, air, and land) as students pursue issues surrounding pollution in the environment including how and why pollution occurs. The course investigates the sources of various pollutants and the environmental and health effects of exposure to these contaminants. Students investigate potential solutions to pollution including prevention and mitigation. Students participate in and benefit from diverse assignments including case studies, debates/ role-playing, peer-teaching, and facilitated discussions on assigned readings from written texts, documentaries, and topic-specific exhibits.
CLOSED
008
Playing With Genes 
03.00
Marvar,S 
 
 
MTH     04:05PM 05:20PM  WATK G08     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Playing with Genes (3) This course explores divisive bioethical issues surrounding our growing ability to analyze and manipulate genes in humans, animals, and plants. Students are introduced to the basics of the human genome, as well as technology such as CRISPR that allows for genetic manipulation and the possibilities that provides in health and understanding genetic disease. Students discuss selected readings, view films, and complete creative writing assignments while exploring the bioethical side of genetic manipulation, gene therapy, cloning, and reproductive technologies such as three parent babies. The class considers personalized medicine and its impact on healthcare, in addition to genetic engineering of animals in the fight against disease (e.g., Zika virus) and genetically modified foods. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program director.
OPEN
009
The Material World 
03.00
Harshman,N 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  DMTI 101     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
The Material World (3) This course explores the matter that has mattered to humans, from stone and bronze through semiconductors and nanostructures. Cultures, economies, and nation-states flourish and decline based in part on the material resources and technology they can access and control. This course is half about material science, investigating the atom-stuff that we and our world are made of, and half a critical investigation of materialist theories of culture, history, economics, and politics. The primary student assessment is a portfolio demonstrating an integrated understanding of scientific and technical material into social, historical, artistic, economic, philosophical and political contexts.
CANCELLED
010
Underrepresentation in STEM 
03.00
Bentley,A 
 
 
W       08:10AM 11:00AM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Underrepresentation in STEM (3) Many argue that underrepresentation in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) fields is a problem that needs to be addressed lest we face consequences in technological innovation. This course begins with an introduction to the professional STEM pipeline, and its unique characteristics. Then students find evidence as to whether the problem of underrepresentation truly exists and whether it has tangible consequences. The course considers minorities, people with mental and physical disabilities, LGBTQ populations, and women. The course examines strategies to correct underrepresentation in the sciences and other fields and whether STEM is different from other professions. Readings include scholarly and popular press articles from multiple disciplines including the natural sciences, social sciences, law, and policy.
CANCELLED
011
Underrepresentation in STEM 
03.00
 
 
 
W       08:10AM 11:00AM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Underrepresentation in STEM (3) Many argue that underrepresentation in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) fields is a problem that needs to be addressed lest we face consequences in technological innovation. This course begins with an introduction to the professional STEM pipeline, and its unique characteristics. Then students find evidence as to whether the problem of underrepresentation truly exists and whether it has tangible consequences. The course considers minorities, people with mental and physical disabilities, LGBTQ populations, and women. The course examines strategies to correct underrepresentation in the sciences and other fields and whether STEM is different from other professions. Readings include scholarly and popular press articles from multiple disciplines including the natural sciences, social sciences, law, and policy. Permission: Program director.
CANCELLED
012
Food Justice Matters 
03.00
Snelling,A 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
This course explores food justice issues in the twenty-first century. Students think critically about topics such as whether food marketing to children should be restricted, whether agricultural subsidies should be eliminated and how stakeholders incorporate healthful eating practices into health policies. Using local farms, local non-profit agencies, the department of health, and other related organizations, students explore what Washington, DC and states are doing to address food justice in their communities. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: program director.
OPEN
013
Plagues, Plots, and People 
03.00
Marsh,S 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  AND  6J      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Plagues, Plots, and People (3) Diseases, colloquially, are caught, transmitted, and contracted in many different ways: miasmas, bugs, germs, and vectors--to name just a few. How does the language people use to describe illness indicate beliefs about illness? This class studies historical, scientific, and popular accounts of illness to explore this question and others. Students explore whether disease creates immunity or results from lack of it, whether class, sexuality, race, gender, or geography protect against disease or expose people to it, how biomedical narratives of illness inflect cultural practices and social relations, and how the life cycles of pathogenic microorganisms shaped human history. This course's materials include science writing, theory, film, and literature--as well as images and objects from the National Library of Medicine and the Dibner Library of the History of Science and Technology at the Smithsonian Institute. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
CANCELLED
014
Homo Addictus 
03.00
Ratekin,T 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Homo Addictus (3) Addiction is an extremely common human experience--an experience that highlights the particular joys and pains of being alive. Addictions to such varied things as alcohol, drugs, the internet, video games, pornography, sex, and shopping address and treat a universal pain that is central to humanity. This course considers how potentially addictive behaviors draw people away from ordinary life. Students read fiction, memoir, and social science texts to examine how addiction relates to other difficulties such as trauma, stress, mental illness, social anxiety, and sexuality. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
CANCELLED
025
Confronting Climate Change 
03.00
Pondell,C 
 
 
MTH     04:05PM 05:20PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Confronting Climate Change (3) The issue of climate change is a dividing topic in America, and the demand for action regarding climate is a hotly debated topic in political, economic, and social discussions. However, the effects of climate change are seen worldwide, and dialogue surrounding this issue must take into account perspectives from the global community. Throughout the course, students analyze the impact of climate change on people of developing and industrialized nations, and evaluate the influence of potential mitigation strategies on the economic, political, and social structure of cultures from around the world. Permission: Program Director.
CANCELLED
028
Living and Dying in DC 
03.00
Young,J 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Living and Dying in DC (3) This course introduces students to health inequities and uses political, economic, historical, and sociological analyses of differences in power and privilege as it relates to quality of life, disease burden, and mortality in Washington, DC. Through local texts, site visits, discussions, and reflections, students explore how DC residents, communities, health care providers, public health practitioners, and policymakers have shaped the social forces that influence health, and how they have worked together to ensure that all DC residents have the opportunity to live healthy and long lives. Open only to Complex Problems Living-Learning Community students. Permission: Program Director.
GOVT-105 FA2
Indiv Freedom vs Auth
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Janow,J 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 02:10PM  KRWN 101     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
002
 
03.00
Janow,J 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  KRWN 101     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
003
 
03.00
Levine,A 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  KRWN 101     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
004
 
03.00
Houser,S 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  EQB  15      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
005
 
03.00
Levine,A 
 
 
MTH     02:30PM 03:45PM  KRWN 101     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
008
 
03.00
Flanagan,G 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 103     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
009
 
03.00
Jackson,B 
 
 
TF      02:30PM 03:45PM  DMTI 217     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
010
 
03.00
French,C 
 
 
TF      08:10AM 09:25AM  DMTI 119     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
GOVT-110 FA4
Politics in the U.S.
CLOSED
001
 
04.00
Guthrie,S 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  KRWN 3       08/28/17 12/16/17
W 09:45AM 02:10PM KRWN 2 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SPA majors.
CLOSED
002
 
04.00
Bachiyska,K 
 
 
TF      02:30PM 03:45PM  KRWN 3       08/28/17 12/16/17
W 09:45AM 02:10PM KRWN 2 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SPA majors.
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Siegel,M 
 
 
M       05:30PM 08:00PM  KRWN 5       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
004
 
04.00
Suhay,E 
 
 
MTH     02:30PM 03:45PM  KRWN 3       08/28/17 12/16/17
W 09:45AM 02:10PM KRWN 2 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SPA majors.
OPEN
006
 
03.00
Crouch,J 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  KRWN 205     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: Washington Mentorship Program.
OPEN
008
 
04.00
Taylor,S 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 3       08/28/17 12/16/17
W 09:45AM 02:10PM KRWN 2 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SPA majors.
OPEN
009
 
03.00
Crouch,J 
 
 
MTH     02:30PM 03:45PM  KRWN 202     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: Washington Mentorship Program.
CLOSED
010
 
04.00
Lublin,D 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  KRWN 103     08/28/17 12/16/17
W 09:45AM 02:10PM KRWN 2 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SPA majors.
CANCELLED
011
 
04.00
O'Connor,K 
 
 
T       08:20PM 10:50PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
W 09:45AM 02:10PM TBA TBA CANCELLED
 
CANCELLED
015
 
04.00
Guthrie,S 
 
 
TF      04:05PM 05:20PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
W 09:45AM 02:10PM TBA TBA CANCELLED
 
Restriction: SPA Majors.
OPEN
016
 
03.00
Fritz,M 
 
 
W       02:30PM 05:20PM  KRWN 105     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: AU Gap Program.
OPEN
017
 
03.00
Guthrie,S 
 
 
MTH     08:10AM 09:25AM  KRWN 103     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: Washington Mentorship Program.
CLOSED
018
 
03.00
O'Connor,K 
 
 
W       08:20PM 10:50PM  KRWN 205     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
GOVT-130 FA3
Comparative Politics
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Lupfer,J 
 
 
TF      02:30PM 03:45PM  KRWN 5       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
002
 
03.00
Newman,S 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  KRWN 2       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Lupfer,J 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  KRWN 4       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CANCELLED
004
 
03.00
Lublin,D 
 
 
TF      02:30PM 03:45PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
OPEN
005
 
03.00
Cowell-Meyers,K 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 205     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: AU Scholars.
CANCELLED
006
 
03.00
Cowell-Meyers,K 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
OPEN
007
 
03.00
Grundy,H 
 
 
W       02:30PM 05:20PM  KRWN 6       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
008
 
03.00
Grundy,H 
 
 
W       08:10AM 11:00AM  KRWN 3       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
009
 
03.00
Stevens Leon,L 
 
 
TF      04:05PM 05:20PM  KRWN 5       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
010
 
03.00
Lupfer,J 
 
 
TF      08:10AM 09:25AM  KRWN 6       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
GOVT-210 FA4
Pol Power & Am Pub Policy
CLOSED
001
 
03.00
Sherman,E 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  KRWN 101     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Carroll,R 
 
 
W       08:10AM 11:00AM  KRWN 6       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Pemrick,K 
 
 
MTH     04:05PM 05:20PM  KRWN 101     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
004
 
03.00
Mandel,M 
 
 
T       08:20PM 10:50PM  KRWN 6       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
005
 
03.00
Lukoff,R 
 
 
W       08:20PM 10:50PM  KRWN 6       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
006
 
03.00
Burnam,J 
 
 
TF      04:05PM 05:20PM  KRWN 101     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
GOVT-235 FA3
Political Conflict
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Bachiyska,K 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  KRWN 104     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Bachiyska,K 
 
 
TF      04:05PM 05:20PM  KRWN 107     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
HIST-100 FA2
Hist, Memory, Changeable Past
CANCELLED
001
 
03.00
 
 
 
TF      08:10AM 09:25AM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
HIST-110 FA2
Renaiss & Rev: Eur 1400-1815
CANCELLED
001
 
03.00
Giandrea,M 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:55PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
CANCELLED
002
 
03.00
 
 
 
TF      04:05PM 05:20PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Draper,M 
 
 
MTH     08:10AM 09:25AM  SIS  102     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
004
 
03.00
Giandrea,M 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  HRST 2       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
HIST-120 FA3
Imperialism in History
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Stockreiter,E 
 
 
TF      02:30PM 03:45PM  SIS  120     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
HIST-140 FA2
Modern European History
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Demshuk,A 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 4       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Demshuk,A 
 
 
TF      08:10AM 09:25AM  KRWN 5       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
HIST-205 FA2
Amer Encounters:1492-1865
CANCELLED
001
 
03.00
 
 
 
MTH     08:10AM 09:25AM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
HIST-210 FA4
Ethnicity in America
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Kraut,A 
 
 
MTH     02:30PM 03:45PM  SIS  120     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
HIST-215 FA2
Soc Forces Shaped Amer
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Pembleton,M 
 
 
MTH     04:05PM 05:20PM  DMTI 213     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
HIST-225 FA3
Russia & Origins Cont Eurasia
CANCELLED
001
 
03.00
Lohr,E 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
HPRM-205 FA5
Introduction to Nutrition
CLOSED
001
 
03.00
Cressall,M 
 
 
MTH     08:10AM 09:25AM  EQB  15      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
002
 
03.00
Deporter,J 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  EQB  15      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Smith,N 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online.
OPEN
004
 
03.00
Engel,D 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online.
HPRM-245 FA4
Multicultural Health
CLOSED
001
 
03.00
Rowe,A 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  KRWN 6       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Leak,C 
 
 
MTH     04:05PM 05:20PM  EQB  17      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
IBUS-200 FA3
The Global Marketplace
Restriction: Non-KSB majors.
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Omar,A 
 
 
W       08:10AM 11:00AM  KSB  118     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Mady,S 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online.
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Nakshbendi,G 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  KSB  233     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
004
 
03.00
Omar,A 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  MGC  324     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
JLC-110 FA2
Western Legal Tradition
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Davies,B 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  KRWN 202     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
002
 
03.00
Souris,R 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 02:10PM  KRWN 205     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
003
 
03.00
Souris,R 
 
 
TF      04:05PM 05:20PM  KRWN 205     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
004
 
03.00
Klusmeyer,D 
 
 
TF      02:30PM 03:45PM  EQB  209     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
005
 
03.00
Davies,B 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 101     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
JLC-200 FA4
Deprivation of Liberty
CLOSED
001
 
03.00
Boyle,K 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  MCK  T01     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
JLC-225 FA2
American Legal Culture
CLOSED
001
 
03.00
Dreisbach,D 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 202     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
002
 
03.00
Pascocello,M 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  KRWN 204     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
003
 
03.00
Dreisbach,D 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 02:10PM  KRWN 202     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
JLC-245 FA4
Cities and Crime
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Addington,L 
 
 
W       02:30PM 05:20PM  KRWN 4       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
JWST-205 FA2
Ancient & Med Jewish Civ
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Nadell,P 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 5       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
LIT-107 FA1
Creative Writing Across Genres
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Bernstein,A 
 
 
W       11:20AM 02:10PM  EQB  207     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
002
 
03.00
Dargan,K 
 
 
TF      04:05PM 05:20PM  KRWN 202     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Voris,L 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 02:10PM  EQB  200     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
004
 
03.00
Park,P 
 
 
MTH     04:05PM 05:20PM  HRST 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
LIT-121 FA1
Rethinking Literature
OPEN
001
Literary Hauntings 
03.00
Rubenstein,R 
 
 
MTH     02:30PM 03:45PM  WATK 106     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Literary Hauntings (3) Apparitions have long been a staple of fiction, perhaps since early storytellers gathered around the fire to swap spine-tingling tales. What are the sources of readers' perennial attraction to spectral beings, haunted houses, paranormal events, and things that go bump in the night? Students read a diverse selection of short stories and novels by classical and contemporary authors of ghost stories and other literary hauntings, ranging from Edgar Allen Poe, W. R. James, Henry James, and Edith Wharton to Shirley Jackson, R. K. Narayan, Susan Hill, and Toni Morrison. Students consider the elements that make such uncanny tales satisfying and deepen their understanding of the forms and variations of literary texts written to produce both dread and pleasure.
OPEN
002
We Are All Zombies 
03.00
Sha,R 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  BAT  T10     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
We Are All Zombies (3) What is consciousness, and how automatic is it? If neuroscience underscores the automatic nature of many of our thoughts--some studies suggest that two thirds of our thoughts wander out of our own control--how do we defend humanity from being reduced to zombies, and how must we adjust our concepts of agency and personhood in the wake of our irrefutable automaticity? This interdisciplinary course turns to philosophy, literature, popular culture, and neuroscience to ask if we can be more than zombies, and what consciousness and agency are if we don't always control them. Texts include The Walking Dead, philosophy by David Chalmers, and neuroscience by V. S. Ramachandran, David Eagleman, and Antonio Damasio. Literary and cinematic models of the human serve as a contrast, and the class reads William Blake's Songs of Innocence and Experience, Tom McCarthy's novel Remainder, and Steve McQueen's Shame to frame alternative notions of how automaticity and personhood can be synthesized.
OPEN
003
Desire and Identity 
03.00
Brideoake,F 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 02:10PM  EQB  209     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Desire and Identity (3) Who, how, and what do we want? How are gender and sexuality distinct and interrelated? How are desires and identities shaped by race, gender, class, embodiment, and nationality? This course considers these questions and more through literary, cultural, and critical texts drawn from the Renaissance to the present day. It serves as an introduction to both literary analysis and the study of gender, sexuality, and queer theory.
CLOSED
004
Thought Crimes 
03.00
Smith,K 
 
 
W       02:30PM 03:45PM  EQB  200     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Instructional Method: Hybrid. Thought Crimes (3) This course examines what is a thought crime and the origins of the idea of mental transgression and its place in the modern world. Law, philosophy, and neuroscience offer tools for analyzing literature and film from diverse periods.
LIT-125 FA2
Great Books: Western World
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Sherman,A 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 302     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
LIT-146 FA1
Critical Appr to Cinema
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Fileri,P 
 
 
TF      02:30PM 03:45PM  EQB  103     08/28/17 12/16/17
TH 08:20PM 10:50PM KRGR G01 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
002
 
03.00
Middents,J 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 104     08/28/17 12/16/17
W 08:20PM 10:50PM KRWN 3 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
005
 
03.00
Ratekin,T 
 
 
MTH     04:05PM 05:20PM  SIS  102     08/28/17 12/16/17
W 08:20PM 10:50PM BEEG 1 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
LIT-215 FA1
Writers in Print/Person
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Beasley,S 
 
 
W       05:30PM 08:00PM  EQB  103     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
LIT-225 FA1
African Literature
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Green-Simms,L 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 104     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
LIT-232 FA1
Shakespeare
OPEN
001
Shakespeare's First Decade 
03.00
Sherman,A 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 02:10PM  EQB  15      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Shakespeare's First Decade: Greatest Hits (3) How did Shakespeare become a giant of literature? This course surveys the first half of Shakespeare's career, showing him as a developing artist, learning the tricks of the trade, attuned to political and religious happenings, and responding to the vibrant London theater scene where he soon made his mark. It covers a sampling of comedies, tragedies, and histories. Students take a field trip to the Folger Shakespeare Library and attend a live performance.
LIT-245 FA1
The Experience of Poetry
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Voris,L 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  KRWN 107     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
002
 
03.00
Voris,L 
 
 
TF      04:05PM 05:20PM  KSB  T60     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
LIT-250 FA3
Lit, Film & Globalization
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Green-Simms,L 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 02:10PM  EQB  17      08/28/17 12/16/17
M 08:20PM 10:50PM KRGR G01 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
LIT-265 FA2
Lit & Soc in Vict Engl
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Friedman,D 
 
 
MTH     02:30PM 03:45PM  WATK G02     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
LIT-267 FA3
Literatures of Global South
CLOSED
001
 
03.00
Wong,L 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  KRWN 201     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
LIT-281 FA2
Power, Discourse & Pop Culture
CLOSED
001
 
03.00
Berry,A 
 
 
MTH     02:30PM 03:45PM  EQB  17      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Berry,A 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  EQB  15      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
MGMT-201 FA3
Global Corporate Citizenship
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Bartlett,D 
 
 
MTH     08:10AM 09:25AM  KSB  T62     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Chidamber,S 
 
 
MTH     04:05PM 05:20PM  KSB  T58     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Walters-Conte,K 
 
 
MTH     08:10AM 09:25AM  KSB  T61     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
004
 
03.00
Bartlett,D 
 
 
TF      02:30PM 03:45PM  KSB  39      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
005
 
03.00
Bartlett,D 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  KSB  T58     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
006
 
03.00
Bartlett,D 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 02:10PM  KSB  234     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
007
 
03.00
Bartlett,D 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  KSB  T58     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
008
 
03.00
Pope,J 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online.
MGMT-230 FA3
Global Sustainability
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Figueroa-Armijos,M 
 
 
MTH     04:05PM 05:20PM  KSB  234     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
PERF-110 FA1
Understanding Music
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Sapieyevski,J 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  KATZ 151     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Medwin,M 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  KATZ 151     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Green,B 
 
 
TF      08:10AM 09:25AM  KATZ 151     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
004
 
03.00
Brown,M 
 
 
W       02:30PM 05:20PM  KATZ 151     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
005
 
03.00
Abraham,D 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 02:10PM  KATZ 151     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
PERF-115 FA1
Theatre:Prin,Plays & Perform
CLOSED
001
 
03.00
Bostian,K 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  KATZ 128     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Raham,M 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  KATZ 151     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
003
 
03.00
Derry,S 
 
 
TF      02:30PM 03:45PM  KATZ 151     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
004
 
03.00
Sullivan,C 
 
 
W       02:30PM 05:20PM  KATZ 128     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
005
 
03.00
Jennings,C 
 
 
M       02:30PM 05:20PM  KATZ 154     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: AU Scholars.
PERF-200 FA1
Dance as an Art Form
CANCELLED
001
 
03.00
Wunder,I 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
CLOSED
004
 
03.00
Wunder,I 
 
 
TF      08:10AM 09:25AM  KATZ 112     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
PERF-220 FA1
Reflect of Am Society on Stage
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Blustein,N 
 
 
TF      04:05PM 05:20PM  KATZ 151     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Bostian,K 
 
 
MTH     08:10AM 09:25AM  KATZ 151     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Williams,S 
 
 
W       11:20AM 02:10PM  KATZ 151     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
PERF-225 FA1
Afr Amer Exper-Perf Arts
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Williams,S 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  KATZ 151     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
PHIL-105 FA2
Western Philosophy
CLOSED
001
 
03.00
Rhoad,I 
 
 
MTH     08:10AM 09:25AM  KRWN 104     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Rhoad,I 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  WATK G02     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Sigrist,M 
 
 
TF      08:10AM 09:25AM  SIS  233     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
004
 
03.00
Sigrist,M 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 3       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
005
 
03.00
Bassiri,C 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  KRWN 104     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
006
 
03.00
Marchiori,T 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 02:10PM  EQB  103     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
PHIL-120 FA2
Do the Right Thing
CLOSED
001
 
03.00
Liebow,N 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  EQB  11      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Lebkuecher,G 
 
 
TF      08:10AM 09:25AM  MCK  T01     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
003
 
03.00
Bassiri,C 
 
 
W       05:30PM 08:00PM  WATK G06     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
004
 
03.00
Liebow,N 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 02:10PM  MGC  324     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
PHIL-220 FA2
Moral Philosophy
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Mensah,S 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  KRWN 4       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
002
 
03.00
Mensah,S 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 02:10PM  WATK G02     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CANCELLED
003
 
03.00
 
 
 
MTH     09:45PM 11:00PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
CANCELLED
004
 
03.00
 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
PHIL-235 FA2
Theories of Democracy
CLOSED
001
 
03.00
Erfani,F 
 
 
MTH     05:30PM 06:45PM  KRWN 3       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Erfani,F 
 
 
MTH     08:20PM 09:35PM  KRWN 3       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
PHYS-100 FA5
Physics for Modern World
Restriction: completion of the University Mathematics Requirement, or concurrent enrollment in MATH-170 or MATH-211 or STAT-202 or STAT-203.
OPEN
001
 
04.00
Setzer,N 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  DMTI 213     08/28/17 12/16/17
M 11:20AM 02:10PM DMTI 209 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
04.00
Setzer,N 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  DMTI 213     08/28/17 12/16/17
M 02:30PM 05:20PM DMTI 209 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
04.00
Setzer,N; Hannum,M 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  DMTI 213     08/28/17 12/16/17
M 05:30PM 08:00PM DMTI 209 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
PHYS-105 FA5
General Physics I
Prerequisite: MATH-170.
OPEN
001
 
04.00
Guidoni,S; Uscinski,J 
 
 
MTH     08:10AM 09:25AM  DMTI 213     08/28/17 12/16/17
T 11:20AM 02:10PM DMTI 209 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
04.00
Guidoni,S; Psaker,A 
 
 
MTH     08:10AM 09:25AM  DMTI 213     08/28/17 12/16/17
T 02:30PM 05:20PM DMTI 209 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
04.00
Guidoni,S; Psaker,A 
 
 
MTH     08:10AM 09:25AM  DMTI 213     08/28/17 12/16/17
T 05:30PM 08:00PM DMTI 209 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
004
 
04.00
Guidoni,S; Uscinski,J 
 
 
MTH     02:30PM 03:45PM  DMTI 213     08/28/17 12/16/17
W 11:20AM 02:10PM DMTI 209 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
005
 
04.00
Guidoni,S; Finkel,C 
 
 
MTH     02:30PM 03:45PM  DMTI 213     08/28/17 12/16/17
W 02:30PM 05:20PM DMTI 209 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
006
 
04.00
Guidoni,S; Waldron,Z 
 
 
MTH     02:30PM 03:45PM  DMTI 213     08/28/17 12/16/17
W 05:30PM 08:00PM DMTI 209 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
PHYS-110 FA5
Principles of Physics I
Prerequisite/Concurrent: MATH-221.
OPEN
001
 
04.00
Uscinski,J; Finkel,C 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  DMTI 213     08/28/17 12/16/17
TH 02:30PM 05:20PM DMTI 209 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
04.00
Uscinski,J; DiGregorio,A 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  DMTI 213     08/28/17 12/16/17
TH 05:30PM 08:00PM DMTI 209 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
04.00
Uscinski,J 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  DMTI 213     08/28/17 12/16/17
F 08:10AM 11:00AM DMTI 209 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
PHYS-160 FA5
Astronomy with Laboratory
Restriction: Completion of the University Mathematics Requirement, or concurrent enrollment in MATH-170 or MATH-211 or STAT-202 or STAT-203. Registration not allowed in both PHYS-160 and PHYS-220.
CLOSED
001
 
04.00
Grocholski,A; Waldron,Z 
 
 
TF      02:30PM 03:45PM  DMTI 213     08/28/17 12/16/17
M 08:20PM 10:50PM DMTI 209 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
04.00
Grocholski,A; Waldron,Z 
 
 
TF      02:30PM 03:45PM  DMTI 213     08/28/17 12/16/17
T 08:20PM 10:50PM DMTI 209 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
04.00
Grocholski,A; Waldron,Z 
 
 
TF      02:30PM 03:45PM  DMTI 213     08/28/17 12/16/17
W 08:20PM 10:50PM DMTI 209 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
PHYS-210 FA5
Principles of Physics II
Prerequisite: MATH-221 and PHYS-110.
OPEN
001
 
04.00
Anderson,B; Uscinski,J 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  DMTI 114     08/28/17 12/16/17
F 11:20AM 02:10PM DMTI 209 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
PHYS-220 FA5
Astronomy
Restriction: Completion of the University Mathematics Requirement, or concurrent enrollment in MATH-170 or MATH-211 or STAT-202 or STAT-203. Registration not allowed in both PHYS-220 and PHYS 160.
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Setzer,N 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 02:10PM  DMTI 213     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
PHYS-230 FA2
Chngng Views of Universe
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Menasche,D 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  DMTI 213     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
PSYC-105 FA4
Psych:Understand Hum Beh
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Ahrens,A 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  KRWN 2       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Carter,M 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  KRGR G01     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
PSYC-115 FA5
Psychology as Natural Science
Corequisite: PSYC-116. Restriction: completion of the University Mathematics Requirement, or concurrent enrollment in MATH-170 or MATH-211 or STAT-202 or STAT-203.
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Glover,L 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 2       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Kim,J 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  KRGR G01     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
003
 
03.00
Fantie,B 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online. Section corequisite: PSYC-116-010.
PSYC-116 FA5
Psychology as Natural Sci Lab
Corequisite: PSYC-115. Restriction: completion of the University Mathematics Requirement, or concurrent enrollment in MATH-170 or MATH-211 or STAT-202 or STAT-203.
OPEN
001
 
01.00
Gomez,M 
 
 
M       11:20AM 02:10PM  ASB  212     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
01.00
Gomez,M 
 
 
M       02:30PM 05:20PM  ASB  212     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
01.00
Gomez,M 
 
 
T       11:20AM 02:10PM  ASB  212     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
004
 
01.00
Gomez,M 
 
 
T       02:30PM 05:20PM  ASB  212     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
005
 
01.00
Gomez,M 
 
 
T       05:30PM 08:00PM  ASB  212     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
006
 
01.00
Gomez,M 
 
 
W       09:45AM 12:35PM  ASB  212     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
007
 
01.00
Gomez,M 
 
 
W       05:30PM 08:00PM  ASB  212     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
008
 
01.00
Gomez,M 
 
 
TH      11:20AM 02:10PM  ASB  212     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
009
 
01.00
Gomez,M 
 
 
F       11:20AM 02:10PM  ASB  212     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
010
 
01.00
Fantie,B 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online. Section corequisite: PSYC-115-003.
PSYC-200 FA5
Behavior Principles
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Davis-Takacs,C 
 
 
MTH     04:05PM 05:20PM  KRWN 4       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
PSYC-205 FA4
Social Psychology
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Duval,L 
 
 
MTH     02:30PM 03:45PM  SIS  355     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Hart,E 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  EQB  103     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
PSYC-215 FA4
Abnormal Psych & Society
CLOSED
001
 
03.00
Caporino,N 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 5       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
002
 
03.00
Herr,N 
 
 
MTH     04:05PM 05:20PM  KRWN 5       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
PSYC-220 FA5
The Senses
Prerequisite: 100-level General Education Foundational Area 5 course.
CLOSED
001
 
03.00
Shapiro,A 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  SIS  113     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Wallin,C 
 
 
MTH     08:10AM 09:25AM  SIS  355     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
PSYC-235 FA4
Theories of Personality
Prerequisite: PSYC-105.
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Yates,B 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online.
PSYC-240 FA5
Drugs and Behavior
Prerequisite: 100-level General Education Foundational Area 5 course.
CLOSED
001
 
03.00
Juliano,L 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 02:10PM  KRWN 4       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CANCELLED
002
 
03.00
Wolfe,N 
 
 
TF      04:05PM 05:20PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Riley,A 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  SIS  102     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
PUBH-110 FA4
Introduction to Public Health
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Davis,C 
 
 
MTH     08:10AM 09:25AM  EQB  17      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Gan,J 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  EQB  15      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Margolin,E 
 
 
TF      04:05PM 05:20PM  KRWN 105     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
004
 
03.00
Hawkins,M 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  GRAY BENT    08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: Public Health Scholars.
RELG-105 FA2
Relig Heritage of West
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Abraham,R 
 
 
MTH     08:10AM 09:25AM  EQB  103     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Greenberg,G 
 
 
MTH     04:05PM 05:20PM  EQB  103     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
RELG-145 FA3
Religion without Borders
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Berry,E 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  WATK G06     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: AU Scholars.
RELG-185 FA3
The Religious Heritage of Asia
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Park,J 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  KRWN 3       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
002
 
03.00
Oliver,M 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  SIS  355     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
RELG-220 FA2
Religious Thought
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Greenberg,G 
 
 
MTH     06:55PM 08:10PM  KRWN 3       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
RELG-225 FA1
Meaning & Purpose in the Arts
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Pathak,S 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  HRST 208     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Abraham,R 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  EQB  209     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
RUSS-200 FA3
Russia and the United States
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Richaud,M 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  DMTI 121     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
SISU-105 FA3
World Politics
CLOSED
001
 
03.00
Schroeder,M 
 
 
M       09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
T 08:10AM 09:25AM EQB 205 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SIS students.
CLOSED
002
 
03.00
Schroeder,M 
 
 
M       09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
F 08:10AM 09:25AM EQB 205 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SIS students.
CLOSED
003
 
03.00
Schroeder,M 
 
 
M       09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
T 08:10AM 09:25AM KRWN 204 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SIS students.
CLOSED
004
 
03.00
Schroeder,M 
 
 
M       09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
F 08:10AM 09:25AM KRWN 204 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SIS students.
CLOSED
005
 
03.00
Schroeder,M 
 
 
M       09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
T 08:10AM 09:25AM HRST 209 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SIS students.
CLOSED
006
 
03.00
Schroeder,M 
 
 
M       09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
F 08:10AM 09:25AM HRST 209 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SIS students.
CLOSED
007
 
03.00
Schroeder,M 
 
 
M       09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
T 08:10AM 09:25AM KRWN 103 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SIS students.
CLOSED
008
 
03.00
Schroeder,M 
 
 
M       09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
F 08:10AM 09:25AM KRWN 103 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SIS students.
CLOSED
009
 
03.00
Schroeder,M 
 
 
M       09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
T 08:10AM 09:25AM SIS 113 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SIS students.
CLOSED
010
 
03.00
Schroeder,M 
 
 
M       09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
F 08:10AM 09:25AM SIS 113 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SIS students.
CLOSED
011
 
03.00
Schroeder,M 
 
 
M       09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
T 08:10AM 09:25AM KRWN 107 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SIS students.
CLOSED
012
 
03.00
Schroeder,M 
 
 
M       09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
F 08:10AM 09:25AM KRWN 107 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SIS students.
CLOSED
013
 
03.00
Schroeder,M 
 
 
M       12:55PM 02:10PM  KRWN 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
T 08:10AM 09:25AM HRST 104 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SIS students.
CLOSED
014
 
03.00
Schroeder,M 
 
 
M       12:55PM 02:10PM  KRWN 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
F 08:10AM 09:25AM HRST 104 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SIS students.
CLOSED
015
 
03.00
Schroeder,M 
 
 
M       12:55PM 02:10PM  KRWN 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
M 02:30PM 03:45PM HRST 104 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SIS students.
CLOSED
016
 
03.00
Schroeder,M 
 
 
M       12:55PM 02:10PM  KRWN 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
M 04:05PM 05:20PM HRST 104 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SIS students.
CLOSED
017
 
03.00
Schroeder,M 
 
 
M       12:55PM 02:10PM  KRWN 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
T 02:30PM 03:45PM EQB 205 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SIS students.
CLOSED
018
 
03.00
Schroeder,M 
 
 
M       12:55PM 02:10PM  KRWN 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
T 04:05PM 05:20PM KRWN 203 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SIS students.
CLOSED
019
 
03.00
Schroeder,M 
 
 
M       12:55PM 02:10PM  KRWN 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
W 08:10AM 09:25AM SIS 120 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SIS students.
CLOSED
020
 
03.00
Schroeder,M 
 
 
M       12:55PM 02:10PM  KRWN 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
W 09:45AM 11:00AM SIS 120 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SIS students.
CLOSED
021
 
03.00
Schroeder,M 
 
 
M       12:55PM 02:10PM  KRWN 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
TH 02:30PM 03:45PM HRST 104 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SIS students.
CLOSED
022
 
03.00
Schroeder,M 
 
 
M       12:55PM 02:10PM  KRWN 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
TH 04:05PM 05:20PM HRST 104 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SIS students.
CLOSED
023
 
03.00
Schroeder,M 
 
 
M       12:55PM 02:10PM  KRWN 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
F 02:30PM 03:45PM EQB 205 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SIS students.
CLOSED
024
 
03.00
Schroeder,M 
 
 
M       12:55PM 02:10PM  KRWN 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
F 04:05PM 05:20PM KRWN 203 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: SIS students.
CLOSED
025
 
03.00
Tuomi,K 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  EQB  103     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Open only to SIS transfer students.
CANCELLED
026
 
03.00
 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Open only to SIS transfer students.
CANCELLED
027
 
03.00
 
 
 
MTH     04:05PM 05:20PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Restriction: Global Scholars.
CANCELLED
028
 
03.00
 
 
 
MTH     08:10AM 09:25AM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
CANCELLED
029
 
03.00
 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
OPEN
031
 
03.00
Schroeder,M 
 
 
M       12:55PM 02:10PM  KRWN 1       08/28/17 12/16/17
TH 04:05PM 05:20PM EQB 205 08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: Global Scholars.
SISU-140 FA3
Cross-Cultural Communication
CLOSED
001
 
03.00
Kelley,J 
 
 
W       02:30PM 05:20PM  MGC  323     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Open only to SIS transfer students.
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Moland,N 
 
 
M       11:20AM 02:10PM  WATK 114     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
This section is not intended for SIS majors.
CLOSED
003
 
03.00
Wigfall-Williams,W 
 
 
W       02:30PM 05:20PM  SIS  355     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
This section is not intended for SIS major.
OPEN
004
 
03.00
Bates,S 
 
 
W       08:10AM 11:00AM  SIS  102     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: AU Scholars.
CLOSED
005
 
03.00
Dibinga,O 
 
 
TH      02:30PM 05:20PM  KSB  T62     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
This section is not intended for SIS majors.
CLOSED
006
 
03.00
Moland,N 
 
 
TH      11:20AM 02:10PM  MGC  324     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
This section is not intended for SIS majors.
CLOSED
008
 
03.00
Morosini-Dominick,M 
 
 
W       02:30PM 05:20PM  SIS  102     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
This section is not intended for SIS majors.
OPEN
009
 
03.00
Gargano,T 
 
 
W       08:10AM 11:00AM  SIS  233     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: Community-Based Research Scholars (CBRS) Program. As a part of this course, students will engage with a nonprofit agency or school in the D.C. area to apply their knowledge.
OPEN
010
 
03.00
Kelley,J 
 
 
TH      08:10AM 11:00AM  MCK  113     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
This section is not intended for SIS majors.
OPEN
011
 
03.00
Groen,G 
 
 
M       11:20AM 02:10PM  MGC  324     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
This section is not intended for SIS majors.
CANCELLED
017
 
03.00
 
 
 
M       08:10AM 11:00AM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
Open only to SIS transfer students.
SISU-212 FA3
China, Japan & the U.S.
CLOSED
001
 
03.00
Heng-Blackburn,P 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  SIS  233     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Zhao,Q 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  SIS  102     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
SOCY-100 FA4
U.S. Society
CLOSED
001
 
03.00
Salmi,K 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  WATK 106     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Serhan,R 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  KRWN 6       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
SOCY-110 FA3
Views from the Global South
CANCELLED
001
 
03.00
McDonic,S 
 
 
TF      09:45PM 11:00PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
McDonic,S 
 
 
TF      12:55PM 02:10PM  KRWN 104     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
03.00
McDonic,S 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  WATK 102     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
SOCY-150 FA4
Global Sociology
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Angotti,N 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  KSB  39      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
002
 
03.00
Angotti,N 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  SIS  355     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
SOCY-210 FA4
Power, Privilege & Inequality
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Newton-Francis,M 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online.
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Abu-Hashem,M 
 
 
MTH     04:05PM 05:20PM  SIS  333     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
SOCY-215 FA2
Critical Social Thought
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Castaneda-Tinoco,E 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  WATK G02     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Holland,K 
 
 
TF      04:05PM 05:20PM  WATK G02     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
SOCY-235 FA3
Gender in Transnational Persp
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Fulbright,Y 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online.
SPA-220 FA4
The American Constitution
CLOSED
001
 
03.00
Griggs,C 
 
 
MTH     04:05PM 05:20PM  KRWN 107     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Boyle,K 
 
 
TF      08:10AM 09:25AM  KRWN 3       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
003
 
03.00
Ivers,G 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 105     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
005
 
03.00
Rangoussis,F 
 
 
W       08:20PM 10:50PM  KRWN 5       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
007
 
03.00
Urofsky,M 
 
 
W       11:20AM 02:10PM  KRWN 105     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
008
 
03.00
Schwartz,L 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 107     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
009
 
03.00
Janow,J 
 
 
TF      04:05PM 05:20PM  KRWN 104     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
010
 
03.00
Boyle,K 
 
 
W       08:10AM 11:00AM  KRWN 5       08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
011
 
03.00
Green,S 
 
 
MTH     08:10AM 09:25AM  KRWN 303     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
SPAN-210 FA3
Latin Amer: Hist, Art, Lit
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Martinez,J 
 
 
W       02:30PM 05:20PM  WATK 110     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Taught in English.
CLOSED
002
 
03.00
Grandas,L 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  ASB  B36     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Taught in Spanish.
WGSS-125 FA4
Gender in Society
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Long,K 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  EQB  17      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Long,K 
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  SIS  355     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CANCELLED
003
 
03.00
 
 
 
MTH     04:05PM 05:20PM  TBA  TBA     CANCELLED
 
WGSS-150 FA2
Women's Voices Thru Time
CLOSED
001
 
03.00
Curtin,M 
 
 
TF      11:20AM 12:35PM  EQB  17      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
002
 
03.00
Williams,S 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  EQB  17      08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
003
 
03.00
Tevault,E 
 
 
W       02:30PM 05:20PM  SIS  333     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
004
 
03.00
Okopny,C 
 
 
MTH     02:30PM 03:45PM  DMTI 109     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
WGSS-225 FA4
Gender, Politics & Power
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Okopny,C 
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  KRWN 107     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
OPEN
002
 
03.00
Okopny,C 
 
 
MTH     11:20AM 12:35PM  KRWN 103     08/28/17 12/16/17
 
WGSS-240 FA4
Sexualities Studies
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Christensen,K 
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  DMTI 121     08/28/17 12/16/17