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Autumn 2019 Suggested Courses

Suggested Courses for Autumn 2019

This page lists UW courses that fulfill the CHID Program's major requirements for the Autumn 2019 academic quarter. 

CLIP Program: Critical Justice Education

Class Title Instructor Name
CHID 250B: INDIGENOUS RE-VISIONS OF CULTURAL PRODUCTION
CHID 480C: CONTEMPORARY VIOLENCE AND NEOLIBERALIM IN LATIN AMERICA: DISPOSSESSION, MIGRATION, AND INDIGNEOUS PEOPLES

Gateways to CHID

Class Title Instructor Name
CHID 250A: THE POLITICS OF WEIRDNESS IN COMICS
CHID 250B: INDIGENOUS RE-VISIONS OF CULTURAL PRODUCTION
CHID 270A: THE WATER CRISIS IN LITERATURE AND FILM
CHID 332B: REDESIGNING HUMANITY, SCIENCE FICTION AND THE FUTURE OF THE BODY
CHID 480A: ANIMAL ENGAGEMENTS: WRITING AND TALKING WITH NON-HUMAN ANIMALS
CHID 480B: BEYOND THE ANTHROPOCENE: PERMACULTURE AND POETRY
CHID 480C: CONTEMPORARY VIOLENCE AND NEOLIBERALIM IN LATIN AMERICA: DISPOSSESSION, MIGRATION, AND INDIGNEOUS PEOPLES

Local/Global Engagements

Class Title Instructor Name
HONORS 394A: CRITICAL COMMUNITY ORGANIZING
ANTH 369B: MUSEUM DECOLONIZATION
CHID 498A: ENVISIONING OTHER WORLDS: WORLD BUILDING IN THE ARTS, SCIENCES, AND HUMANITIES
JSIS 278A: GLOBAL CHALLENGES: DIASPORA COMMUNITIES IN SEATTLE AND BEYOND
B E 498A: THE FUTURE OF SEATTLE’S INDUSTRIAL LANDS
ANTH 469A: ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS AND JUSTICE IN THE ANTHROPOCENE GOVINDRAJAN, RADHIKA

Encounters Across Cultures

Class Title Instructor Name
HONORS 210A: AMERICAN SABOR: LATINOS IN THE U.S.
CHSTU 498A: LATINAS AND LABOR
SCAND 490B: LANGUAGE IN THE BALTIC REGION

Ideas in the World

Class Title Instructor Name
HONORS 210B: DISTANT CONNECTIONS: BLACK POLITICAL CONSCIOUSNESS IN GERMANY AND THE US
HONORS 210C: AUTHORITARIANISM AND IT’S APPEAL IN ANCIENT ROME
HONORS 220A: STORYTELLING IN THE SCIENCES
HONORS 220B: GAME THEORY AND IT’S APPLICATIONS
HONORS 230A: LEADERSHIP, DEMOCRACY, AND A MORE THOUGHTFUL PUBLIC
HONORS 345A: ACCIDENTAL POETICS: WRITING WITH CHANCE IN FOUND SITUATIONS
CMS 303A: PARANOIA AND CONSPIRACY IN THE US CINEMA
PHIL 401A: SCHOPENHAUER
SOC 201B: SOCIOLOGY OF SURVIVAL
SOC 401A: INTIMACY OVER THE LIFE CYCLE
SOC 401B: MIGRATION
B E 498F: WIDESCREEN: FLIM, DESIGN, AND THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT
ENVIR 495A: ENVIRONMENTAL INNOVATION PRACTICUM

Power and Difference

Class Title Instructor Name
HONORS 230B: LGBTI RIGHTS IN INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
GWSS 490A: FEMINIST ETHNOGRAPHIC STUDIO
HONORS 230E: MAKING THE HUMAN: EMPIRE, RACE, AND SPECIES
HONORS 392A: SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE
AFRAM 498B: AFRICAN AMERICANS AND HEALTH DISPARITIES
ANTH 369A: RACIAL AND ETHNIC HEALTH
JSIS 466A: HISTORY AND CULTURE FO JEWS IN CHRISTIAN & MUSLIM WORLDS
POLS 334A: SEEKING TRUTH IN AN AGE OF CYNICISM AND POLITICAL POLARIZATION
SCAND 490A: AFRO-NORDIC PERSPECTIVES
SOC 301A: SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF MADNESS & MENTAL HEALTH IN THE U.S.
EDUC 210B: INTRO TO LANGUAGE, EDUCATION, AND SOCIETY
EDUC 310A: IDENTITY DEVELOPMENT IN CLASSROOMS
ENVIR 495B: DIVERSITY IN THE ANTHROPOCENE
ENVIR 495C: PLANETART POLITICS: PERSPECTIVES ON GOVERNANCE IN THE ANTHROPOCENE

Interesting Electives

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