Suggested Courses Winter 2012

Gateways to CHID
Course Instructor
CHID 205 Method, Imagination, and Inquiry Leroy Searle
CHID 210 The Idea of the University: Ways of Learning, Exploring, and Knowing Kosta Kyriacopoulos
CHID 250A: HIP HOP in the 206 Jeanette Bushnell and Third Andresen
CHID 250B Special Topics: Interpreting Difference: Sacrifice, Sexual Liberation, and Slavery Christina Wygant
CHID 480A: Superheroes in Print and on Screen: An Introduction to Media Studies Nancy White
CHID 480B: Animals, Ethics, and Food: Deconstructing Dominant Discourse Kathryn Gillespie
   
Local/Global Engagements
Course Instructor
SISEA 490 Special Topics: "Changing Generations In Japan and East Asia" Andrea Arai
   
Encounters Across Culture
Course Instructor
AIS 340 Indian Children and Families Dion Million
ASIAN 207 Special Topics in Literature and Culture of Asia: The Languages and Literatures of South Asia Michael Shapiro
CHID 270A: German Jewish Writers: Enlightenment to Auschwitz Richard Block
CHID 498/RELIG 352: Hinduism Christian L. Novetzke
CHID 498C: Everybody was Kung Fu Fighting: Seminar in World Cultures through Asian Martial Arts Christian L. Novetzke
ENGL 330 The Romantic Age Charles Laporte
GEOG 302 The Pacific Northwest William Beyers
GEOG 310 Immigrant America: Trends and Policies from a Geographic Perspective  
GERMAN 322 Introduction to German Cultural Studies Eric Ames
HIST 312 Science in Civilization: Science in Modern Society (5) I&S Simon Werrett
NEAR E 496 Special Studies: Central Asian Turkic Literature in Translation Ilse Cirtautas
NEAR E 496 Special Studies: Death and Afterlife in the Ancient Near East Gary Martin
PHIL 320 Ancient Philosophy Cass Weller
PHIL 322 Modern Philosophy Ann Michelle Baker
POL S 310 The Western Tradition of Political Thought, Modern  
SIS CA 490 Special Topics: First Nations Government & Policy in US and Canada Charlotte Cote
SISEA 490 Special Topics: "Changing Generations In Japan and East Asia" Andrea Arai
SISEA 490 Special Topics: North Korean Society Clark Sorensen
   
Ideas in the World
Course Instructor
AIS 379 Powwow: Tradition and Innovation Scott Pinkham
ASIAN 207 Special Topics in Literature and Culture of Asia: The Languages and Literatures of South Asia Michael Shapiro
CEP 302 Environmental Response  
CEP 461 Ethics and Identity  
CHID 309 Marx and Nietzsche: The Assault on Bourgeois-Christian Civilization Jon Ariston Olivera
CHID 309 Marx and the Marxian Tradition in Western Thought: The Foundations of Modern Cultural Criticism I Jon Olivera
CHID 434 Civil and Human Rights Law for Disabled People Sharan Brown
CHID 498/RELIG 352: Hinduism Christian Novetzke
CHID 498B: Freud and the Literary Imagination Richard Gray
CHID 498C: Everybody was Kung Fu Fighting: World Cultures through the Asia Martial Arts Christian Novetzke
ENGL 302 Critical Practice Caroline Chung Simpson
ENGL 478 Language and Social Policy: What’s In a Language name? The case of Bosnian, Croatian, Montenegrin, and Serbian” Bojan Belic
GWSS 455 Contemporary Feminist Theory Rebecca Aanerud
NEAR E 496 Special Studies: Central Asian Turkic Literature in Translation Ilse Cirtautas
POL S 310 The Western Tradition of Political Thought, Modern  
SIS 490 Special Topics: Energy & Sustainability in East Asia Deborah Porter
SISAF 490 Special Topics: Performance, Power, and Identity in Africa Terry Ellingson
SISJE 490 Special Topics: Russian Jewish Film Calya Diment
SISLA 490 Special Topics: Mexican Cinema Cynthia Steele
   
Power and Difference
Course Instructor
AAS 372 Internment Camps in North America: United States and Canada Tetsuden Kashima
AES 389/COM 389/GWSS 389 Race, Gender, and Sexuality in the Media Margaret Spratt
AFRAM 220 African American Film Studies Sonnet H. Retman
AFRAM 334 The Sixties in America: Conflict, Confrontation, and Concession  
ANTH 369 Special Problems in Anthropology: “Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities” Lorna A Rhodes
ANTH 469 Special Studies in Anthropology: “Violence and Memory” Rachel Chapman
CHID 250B Special Topics: Interpreting Difference: Sacrifice, Sexual Liberation, and Slavery Jeanette Bushnell
CHID 434 Civil and Human Rights Law for Disabled People Sharan Brown
CHSTU 498: Latinas, Chicanas and Labor Carolyn Pinedo-Turnovsky
GEOG 495 SPECIAL TOPICS: Critical Cartography and Global Health Joseph Hannah
GWSS 322 Race, Class, and Gender  
HSTAA 205 Asian American History  
LSJ 490 TOPICS LEGAL INSTIT: Activism and the Law  
LSJ 490 TOPICS LEGAL INSTIT: Activism and the Law  
SOC 401 Special Topics: New Inequality: Recent Trends in the US and Other Advanced Industrialized Nations Jake Rosenfeld
SOC 401 Special Topics: New Inequality: Recent Trends in the US and Other Advanced Industrialized Nations Jake H. Rosenfield