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Suggested Courses for Winter 2014

Gateways to CHID 

Course Instructor
CHID 205 Method, Imagination, and Inquiry  Searle, Leroy F
CHID 250 "Utopias Gone Awry:  Conflict and Paradise in the Black Sea Region" CHID Gateway & EAC Credit I&S Credit Childs, Mary
CHID 250 Gaming Texts? The Play of Words and Ideas? Calian, Nicole
CHID 250 Theory Schmeory:  Introduction to Cultural Theory and Criticism  Moran, Stacey C.
CHID 480 "The Wire":  Race, Education, Poverty, and Power Hunter, Max A.
CHID 480 En Vogue:  From Feathers to Leather Exploring Historical and Contemporary Use of Animals in Fashion Gillespie, Kathryn Anne
CHID 480 Imagining Edutopias - Experiments in Radical Pedagogy Myers, Tamara L
CHID 480 Speculative Media Nocek, Adam
Culture and Media Forms: The First New Media: The “Printing Revolution” and its Impacts Geoffrey Turnovsky
   

Local/Global Engagements 

Course Instructor
CHSTU   498: Research and Field Work in NW Chicano Communities Erasmo Gamboa
JSIS 484 Media and Popular Culture in Japan: “Manga, Anime, J-Fashion, Superflat, Otaku, 2 Chanaru." Andrea G. Arai
   

Encounters Across Culture 

Course Instructor
AIS 474: NW Native Peoples and Flora of Pacific NW Cote, Charlotte
ASIAN 203: Literature and Culture of Ancient and Classical India Pauwels, Heidi R.
C Lit 397: Indians in Cinema Tom G Colonnese
ENGL 330  The Romantic Age Hansen, Traynor F.
GEOG 302 The Pacific Northwest  Beyers, William B.
GERMAN 322 Introduction to German Cultural Studies Prutti, Brigitte
HIST 312 Science in Civilization: Science in Modern Society (5) I&S  Hevly, Bruce W.
HIST 388: Jerusalem and the Holy Land: From King David to the Crusades Joel Walker
HIST 388: Travel: Wandering the Late Medieval and Early Modern World Benjamin Schmidt
HIST 490: Africa in the World Stephanie Smallwood
HIST 498: The Bloodlands: East Central Europe Under Hitler and Stalin James Felak
JSIS 478: Energy & Sustainability in East Asia Montgomery, Scott
JSIS 480: Latin American Philosophy Amy Reed-Sandoval
JSIS 484: North Korean Society Clark Sorensen
JSIS 485: History of Modern India to 1900 Anand Yang
JSIS 489: Central Asian Country Profiles: Uzbekistan Ilse Cirtautas
JSIS 489: Security Dilemmas of the Russian Federation Christopher Jones
JSIS 490: Seminar in Buddhist Studies Kyoko Tokuno
JSIS A 342 Government and Politics of Latin America  Lucero, Jose A.
JSIS C 489: Life in Israel Naomi Sokoloff
MUSIC 445: Music of the Caribbean Dudley, Shannon K.
PHIL 322 Modern Philosophy Franco, Paul L.
POL S 310 The Western Tradition of Political Thought, Modern Chamberlatin, James A.
SLAV 426  Ways of Feeling Dziwirek, Katarzyna
   

Ideas in the World 

Course Instructor
Art H 309: Modern and Contemporary Art and Criticism Kolya M. Rice
ART H 309: Visual Arts of Western Europe, 1960 to the Present Day Lucienne D. Auz
C Lit 397: Indians in Cinema Tom G Colonnese
CEP 302 Environmental Response  Chalana, Manish
CEP 461 Ethics and Identity Purcell, Mark H.
ENGL 302  Critical Practice  Patterson, Mark R.
ENGL 302  Marxist Theory Weinbaum, Alys E.
GWSS 390: Theory of Film: Queer Cinema Tamara Cooper
GWSS 455 Contemporary Feminist Theory  Maurer, Serena D.
HIST 498: Reading Tolkien Robin Stacey
JSIS 490: Seminar in Buddhist Studies Kyoko Tokuno
   

Power and Difference 

Course Instructor
AES 389/GWSS 389/COM 389  Race, Gender, and Sexuality in the Media  Spratt, Margaret
AES 498: Race, Ethnicity & U.S Public Policy Lashawnda Pittman
ANTH 369: Anthrolpology od Women's Health and Reproduction Rachel Chapman
C Lit 397: Indians in Cinema Tom G Colonnese
C Lit 397:Third Cinema Tamara Cooper
CHID 434 Civil and Human Rights Law for Disabled People  Brown, Sharan E
CHID 484 Colonial Encounters Bailkin, Jordanna
ENGL 494: Biopower in Literature and Theory Alys Weinbaum
GWSS 290: Gender and Sexuality in the Classroom Nicole Robert Hoyt
GWSS 390: Theory of Film: Queer Cinema Tamara Cooper
HIST 388: Race, Wars, and U.S. Empire Moon-Ho Jung
HIST 490: Africa in the World Stephanie Smallwood
JSIS 480: Latin American Philosophy Amy Reed-Sandoval
JSIS 484 Media and Popular Culture in Japan: “Manga, Anime, J-Fashion, Superflat, Otaku, 2 Chanaru." Andrea G. Arai
JSIS C 489: Life in Israel Naomi Sokoloff
SOC 292 Who Gets Ahead? Public Schooling in America  Pitchford, Susan
SOC 401: Urban Sociology Kyle Crowder
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