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Winter 2020 Suggested Courses List

Suggested Courses for Winter 2020

This page lists UW courses that fulfill the CHID Program's major requirements for the Winter 2020 academic quarter.

CLIP Program: Indigeneity, Diasporas, and Empire

Class Title Instructor Name
CHID 250 B: COLONIALISM, GENDER, RACE, AND CLASS: KEYWORDS FOR THE CURRENT CRISES  LOPEZ VERGARA, SEBASTIAN
CHID 480 A: WAVES OF KNOWING: SURFING AND EMPIRE IN THE PACIFIC HEBERLING, LYDIA

Gateways to CHID

Class Title Instructor Name
CHID 250 A: UTOPIAS GONE AWRY: CONFLICT AND PARADISE IN THE BLACK SEA REGION CHILDS, MARY
CHID 250 B: COLONIALISM, GENDER, RACE, AND CLASS: KEYWORDS FOR THE CURRENT CRISES LOPEZ VERGARA, SEBASTIAN
CHID 250 E: MULTIMEDIA PRAXIS LEE JONATHAN
CHID 480 A: WAVES OF KNOWING: SURFING AND EMPIRE IN THE PACIFIC HEBERLING, LYDIA
CHID 480 B: LIVING AND DYING IN THE ANTHROPOCENE DWYER, ANNIE
CHID 480 C: THE NEW POETICS OF RACE SIMPSON, CAROLINE

Local/Global Engagements

Class Title Instructor Name
PHIL 407: INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE

Encounters Across Cultures

Class Title Instructor Name
SCAND 490: OLD NORSE/ICELANDIC FOR UNDERGRADUATES POYER, LAUREN
JEW ST 250 Introduction to Jewish Cultural History Halperin, Liora R

Ideas in the World

Class Title Instructor Name
CHID 270 A/ART 360 A: MOBILITY, VISIBILITY AND THE OTHER: RENDERING 2D ANIMATION PAZ, DAN
LIT 298/GERMAN 298: MIRROR, MIRROR: FAIRY TALES AS REFLECTION AND SUBVERSION OF SOCIAL VISION                                                                           Emrys, Brandon Chase
NEAR E 202: INTRO HEBREW BIBLE Martin, Gary
NEAR E 296: DIGITAL HUMANITIES IN PRACTICE Ketchley, Sarah L.
NEAR E 318: LIT & HOLOCAUST Sokoloff, Naomi
PHIL 243: ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS Gardiner, Stephen M.
PHIL 301: PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION Ives, Charles
PHIL 320: ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY Weller, C
PHIL 322: MODERN PHILOSOPHY Fisher, Anthony
ENGL 308: Marxism and Literary Theory
GWSS 290A:  BODY POLITICS Judd, Bettina A
GWSS 302: Feminist Theories and Methods Swarr, Amanda L
GWSS 353: Feminist Anthropology Welland, Sasha Su-Ling
HSTRY 288A: THE GLOBAL HISTORY OF HUMAN RIGHTS Bailkin, Jordanna
JSIS 201: The Making of the 21st Century Bachman, D
JSIS 478E: HISTORY OF CAPITALISM IN THE LONG RUN Metzler, Mark
JEW ST 358: Jewish Thought Pianko, Noam  
LSJ 200: Introduction to Law, Societies, and Justice Beckett, Katherine
LSJ 377: Punishment: Theory and Practice Frost, A
LSJ 426: Reconciliation: The Politics of Forgiveness in a Global Age Osanloo, Arzoo
SLAVIC 320: EASTERN EUROPEAN FICTION CRNKOVIC, GORDANA
INFO 498C: DESIGNING VOICE-FIRST INFORMATION SYSTEMS DOANE, MIKE
INFO 498 F: RELIGION AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
AFRAM 498: BLACK DIGITAL STUDIES PITTMAN, LASHAWNDA
CHSTU 498A: INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE AND PUBLIC HEALTH IN MEXICAN-ORIGIN COMMUNITIES
CHID 459: NARRATIVE JOURNALISM UNDERWOOD, DOUGLAS
CMS 275: FEMINIST APPROACHES TO MEDIA AHERN, MAL
C LIT 250B: MIRROR, MIRROR: FAIRY TALES AS REFLECTION AND SUBVERSION OF SOCIAL VISION

Power and Difference

Class Title Instructor Name
LING 233:  LANGUAGE & SOCIETY Moroz, Anna Kristina 
LING 234:  LANG & DIVERSITY Wassink, Alicia Beckford
LING 464:  LANGUAGE POLITICS Bilaniuk, Laada M 
LING 470:  DISCOURSE:TALK/TEXT
NEAR E 335:  LANGUAGE IDENTITY Elkhafaifi, Hussein M.
ENGL 259: Literature and Social Difference Harkins, Gillian
ENGL 359: Contemporary American Indian Literature Allen, Chadwick
ENGL 362: Latino Literary Genres Kaup, Monika
GWSS 272: Introduction to Gender and Fandom Lee, Regina Y
GWSS 389: Race, Gender, and Sexuality in the Media 
GWSS 390A: GENDER, RACE, SEXUALITY AND MEDICINE
GWSS 390B:  CODING GENDER, TECHNOLOGY, RACE, EMPIRE Lee, Regina Y 
GWSS 392: Asian American and Pacific Islander Women Nguyen, Linh Thuy
GWSS 438: Jewish Women in Contemporary America
GWSS 444: Criminality and "Deviance" in Native Communities Ross, Luana K
GWSS 486: Representing Beyond the Binaries: Mixing Race, Gender, and Sexuality in the Media
GWSS 490A: GENDER AND SEXUALITY IN INDIA Ramamurthy, Priti
GWSS 490C: INTERSEX IN GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE Swarr, Amanda L
GEOG 342: Geography of Inequality England, K
GERMAN 285: Representation and Diversity  Groves, Jason
HSTAM 231: Race, Identity, and the Ancient Mediterranean World Green, Mira
HSTEU 234: History of Nazi Germany and the Holocaust 
HSTAA 334: Civil Rights and Black Power in the United States Sisay, Brukab
JSIS 480B: MEXICAN CINEMA Steele, Cynthia
JSIS A 205: Filipino Histories Rafael, Vicente L.
LSJ 331: The Politics of Race and Ethnicity in the United States Wallace, Sophia J
LSJ 347: Politics of International Law Wallace, G
PHYS 217: Energy Future: The Technical and Social Barriers to Large-Scale Sustainable Energy Seidler, 
BIOL 478/ ENVIR 478/FISH 478: Topics in Sustainable Fisheries
EDUC 210 A: CURRENT ISSUES EDUCATION – “EDUCATION AND THE GOOD LIFE” IVES, CHARLES
EDUC 210 B: CURRENT ISSUES EDUCATION – “EDUCATION FOR FREEDOM IN AND BEYOND THE SCHOOL” GUZMAN, G
EDUC 300 B: SPECIAL TOPICS EDUCATION – “LEARNING LEADERSHIP” JOSEPH, GAIL
INFO 498 D: TOPIC INFORMATICS – “INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE SYSYTEMS” LITTLETREE, SANDY
CHID 433: DISABILTY LAW, POLICY, AND THE COMMUNITY JOHNSON, K
DIS ST 346: DISABILITY GLOBAL MEYERS, STEPHEN

Interesting Electives

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