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2 courses found for Fall 2007.

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Title

Section

Instructor

Day/Time

ANT

ANT

230

Africa: Population, Health, and Environment Issues

01

E. Fratkin

MW01:10-02:30

BIO

BIO

550

Advanced Studies in Environmental Biology

0

TBA

not available

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Section

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BIO

BIO

550

Advanced Studies in Environmental Biology

0

TBA

not available

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7 courses found for Fall 2007.

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Title

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Day/Time

ART

ARS

281

Landscape Studies Introductory Studio

01

R. Bertone-Johnson

MW09:00-11:50

BIO

BIO

120

Horticulture: Landscape Plants and Issues

01

M. Marcotrigiano

TTh09:00-10:10

BIO

BIO

121

Horticulture: Landscape Plants and Issues Laboratory

01

G. Immerman

TTh01:00-02:50

BIO

BIO

121

Horticulture: Landscape Plants and Issues Laboratory

02

G. Immerman

TTh03:00-04:50

GEO

GEO

161

Exploring the Local Geologic Landscape

01

S. Gaurin

W01:10-04:00

LSS

LSS

105

Introduction to Landscape Studies

01

N. Antonetti

TTh10:30-11:50

LSS

LSS

250

Landscape Studies Introductory Studio

01

R. Bertone-Johnson

MW09:00-11:50

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PHI

PHI

304

Colloquium in Applied Ethics: Sustainability

01

J. Ramsey

MW01:10-02:30

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HST

HST

209

(C) Aspects of Middle Eastern History: Urban Spaces/Contested Places: Social and Cultural Histories of Non-Western Cities

01

N. Sbaiti

TTh10:30-11:50

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HST

HST

209

(C) Aspects of Middle Eastern History: Urban Spaces/Contested Places: Social and Cultural Histories of Non-Western Cities

01

N. Sbaiti

TTh10:30-11:50

MTH

MTH

221

Infinite Dimensional Vector Spaces

01

D. Cohen

MWF01:10-02:30

SPP

SPN

373

Literary Movements in Spanish America: City Life/City Lives: Urban Spaces and Migrant Identities in Latin America

01

M. Joffroy

MWF11:00-12:10

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5 courses found for Fall 2007.

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ART

ARS

283

Introduction to Architecture: Site and Space

01

K. Makker

MW09:00-11:50

ART

ARS

283

Introduction to Architecture: Site and Space

02

R. Bertone-Johnson

TTh09:00-11:50

HST

HST

209

(C) Aspects of Middle Eastern History: Urban Spaces/Contested Places: Social and Cultural Histories of Non-Western Cities

01

N. Sbaiti

TTh10:30-11:50

MTH

MTH

221

Infinite Dimensional Vector Spaces

01

D. Cohen

MWF01:10-02:30

SPP

SPN

373

Literary Movements in Spanish America: City Life/City Lives: Urban Spaces and Migrant Identities in Latin America

01

M. Joffroy

MWF11:00-12:10

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French Studies 230: Topics in Contemporary Literature and Culture: Dream Places and Nightmare Spaces: French Literary Landscapes

Subject: French
Section 04
Ann Leone

Spring 2008
MWF11:00-11:50
Credits: 4
{F}{L}{WI}

 

VS

EVS

300

Seminar in Environmental Science and Policy

01

P. Peckol, G. White

T01:00-04:00

EVS

EVS

400

Special Studies

0

TBA

not available

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3 courses found for Spring 2008.

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EAS

EAS

200

Colloquium: Humans and Nature in China

01

S. Gottschang

TTh03:00-04:50

PHI

PHI

234

Philosophy and Human Nature: Theories of the Self: Desire

01

E. Spelman

TTh10:30-11:50

REL

REL

110

Colloquia: Thematic Studies in Religion: Religion, Nature, and the Environment

03

TBA

MW02:40-04:00

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Geology 106: Extraordinary Events in the History of Earth, Life and Climate

Subject: Geology
Section 01
Bosiljka Glumac

Spring 2008
MWF11:00-12:10
Credits: 4
{N}

A journey through the 4.6 billion year history of global change focuses on the extraordinary events that shaped the evolution of the Earth and life. Some of these events include the origin of life, the buildup of oxygen in the atmosphere, mass extinctions of dinosaurs and other organisms, continental glaciations, profound changes in climate, and the evolution of humans. Discussion topics also include the changes that humans have been making to their environments, and the possible consequences and predictions for the future of our planet.

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German Studies 227: Topics in German Studies: What color is the earth? What color is the sky?

Subject: German Studies
Section 01
Barton Byg

Spring 2008
MW01:10-02:30, M07:30-09:30
Credits: 4
{A}{H}{L}

Topics course.

 

A consideration of color in landscape painting, film, and popular culture, with an examination of its links to philosophy, art, technology, and politics. We will begin with excerpts from Goethe's Farbenlehre (theory of color), emphasize the color theories of the European modernists in the early 20th Century (Kandinsky, Itten, Albers), and end with works of contemporary criticism and popular culture (for instance: red states & blue states, green parties). A regular emphasis throughout the semester will be on the relevance of the above to major feature films by such directors as Bergman, Ford, Kieslowski, Luhrmann, Ottinger, Sirk, Straub/Huillet and Tarkovsky.

 

 

ENG 353, Green Shakespeare, spring 08  instructor Gillian Kendall

 

American Studies:

     AMS 201 intro to the study of American Society and Culture   instr.   Helen Horowitz

     AMS 220  In the ‘burbs:  culture, politics, identity       instr.  Steve Waksman

 

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AMS

AMS

221

Colloquium: Digital Ecology: American Life in the Age of the Computer

01

W. Hall-Witt

TTh09:00-10:20

BIO

BIO

154

Biodiversity, Ecology and Conservation

01

S. Tilley

MWF11:00-12:10

BIO

BIO

155

Biodiversity, Ecology and Conservation Laboratory

01

R. Levin

F01:10-04:00

BIO

BIO

155

Biodiversity, Ecology and Conservation Laboratory

02

R. Levin

W01:10-04:00

LSS

LSS

255

Studio: Art and Ecology

01

R. Bertone-Johnson

MW09:00-11:50

 

First Year Seminars:

     FYS 141  Reading, Writing, and Placemaking:  Landscape Studies    Instr Ann Leone

     other relevant sections are taught but not listed in catalog in years not offered.

 

Comparative Literature

    CLT 253  Literary Ecology     instr  Ann Leone

     CLT 274   The Garden            instr  Ann Leone

     CLT 288  Bitter Homes and Gardens    instr  Ann Leone