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Autumn 2015

Gateways to CHID

Class Title Instructor Name
CHID 207: Introduction to Intellectual History Barr-Clingan, Nicholaas
CHID 210: The Idea of the University Johnson, Jason
CHID 222: Biofutures Thurtle, Phillip
CHID 230: Introduction to Disabiltity Studies Woiak, Joanne
CHID 250B: Exploring Human & Non-Human Animal Bodies in Literature & Film White, Nancy and Gillespie, Kathryn
CHID 250C: Postcolonial Literature & Culture Taranath, Anupama
CHID 250D: The Politics of Graffiti Simpson, Caroline
CHID 444: Eye and Mind Thurtle, Phillip
CHID 480A: Thinking Nature: Philosphy, Literature, & the Environment Childs, Mary
CHID 480B: Local & Global Seminar  Taranath, Anupuma
CHID 480C: Photography & Violence Simpson, Caroline

Encounters Across Cultures

Class Title Instructor Name
Honors 210 B: Japanese-Language Literature in the Americas  Mack, Ted
JSIS 486A: Indonesian Literature & Theatre in Translation Van Fleet, Sara
NEAR E 496A: Turkish Peoples of Central Asia Cirtautas, Ilse
C LIT 315B: National Cinemas: Mexican Cinema Steele, Cynthia
AIS 270  Native Peoples of the Pacific Northwest  TBA
ASIAN 203: Literature and Culture of Ancient and Classical India Heidi R. Pauwels
ASIAN 411  Buddhist Literature TBA
CHSTU 254  NW Latinos: History, Community, Culture  Erasmo Gamboa
ENGL 330  The Romantic Age TBA
HSTCMP 312 Science in Civilization: Science in Modern Society Bruce Hevly
JSIS B 430/NEAR E 430  Scripture & Law in Islam Yong-Chool Ha
POL S 309 The Western Tradition of Political Thought, Pre-Modern TBA
POL S 325 The Arab-Israeli Conflict   TBA

Ideas in the World

Class Title Instructor Name
ANTH 369A: Feminist Performance Chapman, Rachel
AIS 475B: Indigenous Environmental Studies Letfhand-Begay, Clarita
Honors 394 A: Philosophy of Gender in Western Thought  Bright, Clare
C LIT 302B: Television Studies Groening, Stephen
DIS ST 430A: Disability in World Literature Alaniz, Jose
ANTH 305  Anthropology of the Body Ann S. Anagnost
CEP 301  The Idea of Community Mark Purcell 
CEP 301  The Idea of Community Christopher Campbell
CHID 370 The Cultural Impact of Information Technology Gina Neff
CHID 444 Eye and Mind .  Phillip Thurtle 
ENGL 302  Critical Practice  Shawn Wong 
ENGL 302  Critical Practice  Monika Kaup
ENGL 316  Postcolonial Literature and Culture  Anupama Taranath
ENGL 358  Literature of Black Americans  Habiba Ibrahim
ENGL 359 Contemporary American Indian Literature   
GEOG 375 Geopolitics  TBA
POL S 309 The Western Tradition of Political Thought, Pre-Modern TBA

Local/Global Engagements

Class Title Instructor Name
Honors 210 C: Staying Local, Going Global: Worldwide Appropriations of Shakespeare in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries Mukherjee, Sharmila
CHID 480B: Local & Global Seminar Taranath, Anupama

Power and Difference

Class Title Instructor Name
ANTH 369A: Feminist Performance Chapman, Rachel
ANTH 469A: "Alter/Native"  Chapman, Rachel
AIS 475A: Tribal Communities & Climate Change Letfhand-Begay, Clarita
AES 498B: Race, Ethnicity, & U.S. Public Policy Pittman, LaShanDa
Honors 394 B: AfroLatinxAmerica  Rodriguez-Silva, Ileana
JSIS 498B: The Politics of Extraction: Political, Economic, & Cultural Dynamics of Extractive Industries in the Global South Lucero, Jose
LSJ 491C: Advanced Seminar in Human Rights Mayerfield, Jason
C LIT 302A: Film Theory: Queer Theory Cooper, Tamara
DIS ST 430A: Disability in World Literature Alaniz, Jose
GWSS 390A: Collaborations in Feminism & Technology Urban, Ivette Bayo
GWSS 490A: Online Interactions Lee, Regina
ANTH 305  Anthropology of the Body Ann S. Anagnost
ANTH 474  Social Difference and Medical Knowledge  Marieke Simone Van Eijk
CHID 350 Women in Law and Literature Patricica Novotny
CHID 434 Civil and Human Rights Law for Disabled People  Sharan Brown
SOC 292 Who Gets Ahead? Public Schooling in America  Susan Pitchford
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