19291

AS 310

 Art, Animals & Anthropocene

Krista Caballero

  W         1:30-3:50 pm

ANNANDALE HOUSE

MBV

HUM

Cross-listed: Experimental Humanities  From species extinction to radioactive soil and climate change, we are now in the age of the Anthropocene. This recently proposed geologic period refers to the ways in which human activities have dramatically impacted and altered every ecosystem on Earth. Now in an age of mass extinction, what does it mean to visually interpret our more-than-human world and explore the often messy and complicated encounters between human and nonhuman animals? Indigenous and traditional ecological knowledges will ground our exploration as we consider the cultural, artistic, and technological implications of species decline. Our focus will include examining animal representations from caves to cages and from the living to the virtual, as well as themes of the wild and the tame, zoos, animal rights, laboratory research, and companion species. Each of these topics will be paired with an exploration of the ever-increasing presence of animals in contemporary art with particular emphasis on multimedia and inter-species installations, bio art, as well as experimental video, film, performance, and robotics. Students will work intensively to develop experimental humanities approaches that blur boundaries between physical and digital media, integrate field-based research, and experiment with interdisciplinary practices of art making in order to grapple with ways in which our understanding of other species directly relates to human self-understanding. This course is open to unmoderated and moderated students. It can be used to fulfill the American Studies Junior Seminar requirement for students moderated into that program. This course is part of the Thinking Animals Initiative, an interdivisional collaboration among students and faculty to further the understanding of animals and human-animal relationships.  Class size: 15

 

19296

ANTH 212

 Historical Archaeology

Christopher Lindner

   Th       4:40-6:00 pm

      F      1:30-5:00 pm

HEG 201

HA

SSCI

DIFF

Cross-listed: Africana Studies; American Studies; Environmental & Urban Studies; Historical Studies

 

19292

ANTH / GIS 224

 A Lexicon of Migration

Jeffrey Jurgens

M  W      11:50-1:10 pm

201

SA

D+J

SSCI

DIFF

Cross-listed: American Studies; Global & International Studies(core course); Human Rights

 

19295

ANTH 239

 Social Serv/Comm Organizing

Gregory Duff Morton

  W         3:10-4:30 pm

  F          9:30-1:30 pm

OLIN 302

FIELD WORK

SA

D+J

SSCI

DIFF

Cross-listed: American Studies; Human Rights

 

19222

ARTH 315

 Interior Worlds

Julia Rosenbaum

    F        10:10-12:30 pm

FISHER ANNEX

AA

AART

Cross-listed: American Studies; Experimental Humanities

 

19223

ARTH 348

 Asian American Artists Seminar

Tom Wolf

  W         1:30-3:50 pm

OLIN 301

AA

AART

DIFF

Cross-listed: American Studies; Asian Studies

 

19324

EUS 317

 PRACTICUM: Re-Imagined Farms in re-imagined Spaces

Katrina Light

   Th       1:30-4:30 pm

HDR 101A

SA

SSCI

Cross-listed: American Studies; Experimental Humanities

 

19329

HIST 123

 Window at Montgomery Place

Myra Armstead

 T           1:30-2:50 pm

OLIN 205

HA

D+J

HIST

DIFF

Cross-listed: American Studies

 

19335

HIST 213

 Immigration:American Politics

Joel Perlmann

 T  Th    11:50-1:10 pm

OLIN 205

HA

D+J

HIST

DIFF

Cross-listed: Africana Studies; American Studies; Human Rights; Sociology

 

19333

HIST 231

 Political Hist/Common  Sense

Tabetha Ewing

 T  Th    4:40-6:00 pm

OLIN 107

HA

HIST

Cross-listed: Africana Studies; American Studies; French Studies; Human Rights

 

19337

HIST 232

 American Urban History

Myra Armstead

 T  Th    3:10-4:30 pm

OLIN 205

HA

HIST

Cross-listed: American Studies; Environmental & Urban Studies

 

19341

HIST 322

 Captive Children and Empire

Christian Crouch

M           1:30-3:50 pm

RKC 200

HA

D+J

HIST

DIFF

Cross-listed: Africana Studies; American Studies; Experimental Humanities; Global & International Studies; Human Rights

 

19345

HIST 331

 Latin America:Race/Relig/Revol

Miles Rodriguez

  W         10:10-12:30 pm

OLIN 306

HA

D+J

HIST

DIFF

Cross-listed: American Studies; Human Rights; Latin American and Iberian Studies

 

19342

HIST 345

 Intermarriage:American Society

 

  W         1:30-3:50 pm

OLIN 107

HA

D+J

HIST

DIFF

Cross-listed: Africana Studies; American Studies; Jewish Studies

 

19339

HIST 2014

 History of New York City

Cecile Kuznitz

 T  Th    1:30-2:50 pm

OLIN 202

HA

HIST

Cross-listed: American Studies; Environmental & Urban Studies

 

19194

LIT 258

 American Literature II

Alexandre Benson

M  W      11:50-1:10 pm

OLIN 203

LA

D+J

ELIT

Cross-listed: American Studies; Environmental & Urban Studies

 

19018

LIT 259

 American Literature III

Matthew Mutter

 T  Th    11:50-1:10 pm

OLIN 201

LA

D+J

ELIT

Cross-listed: American Studies; Environmental & Urban Studies

 

19191

LIT 270

 Asian American Literature

Nathan Shockey

 T  Th    11:50-1:10 pm

OLIN 309

LA

D+J

ELIT

DIFF

Cross-listed: American Studies; Asian Studies

 

19197

LIT 3028

 Sound in American Literature

Alexandre Benson

   Th       4:40-7:00 pm

ANNAN

LA

ELIT

Cross-listed: American Studies; Experimental Humanities

 

19019

LIT 3147

 T.S. Eliot & Modernity

Matthew Mutter

 T           4:40-7:00 pm

OLIN 101

LA

ELIT

Cross-listed: American Studies

 

19614

LIT 367

 “BRING THE PAIN”: BLACK SATIRE AND CRITICAL HUMOR

Brittney Edmonds

   W        1:30 pm – 3:50 pm

HEG 201

LA

D+J

ELIT

DIFF

Cross-listed: American Studies; Theater and Performance

 

19258

MUS 146

 Jazz Histories:Sound/Commun

Whitney Slaten

M  W      3:10-4:30 pm

BLM N211

AA

AART

Cross-listed: Africana Studies; American Studies

 

19283

MUS 212

 Jazz in Literature II

Thurman Barker

M  W      10:10-11:30 am

BLM N210

AA

AART

DIFF

Cross-listed: Africana Studies; American Studies

 

19284

MUS 332

 Jazz: The Freedom Principle II

Thurman Barker

M           1:30-3:50 pm

BLM N210

AA

AART

DIFF

Cross-listed: Africana Studies; American Studies

 

19370

PS 122

 American Pol:Issues/Institutio

Simon Gilhooley

 T  Th    10:10-11:30 am

HEG 204

SA

SSCI

Cross-listed: American Studies

 

19463

PS 356

 Individual & American Democrac

Simon Gilhooley

 T           1:30-3:50 pm

OLIN 305

SA

SSCI

Cross-listed: American Studies

 

19464

PS 367

 Afro-Modern Political Thought

Kevin Duong

  W         1:30-3:50 pm

HEG 300

SA

SSCI

Cross-listed: Africana Studies; American Studies

 

19276

SOC 101

 Introduction to Sociology

Peter Klein

M  W      1:30-2:50 pm

OLIN 201

SA

D+J

SSCI

DIFF

Cross-listed: American Studies

 

19277

SOC 120

 Inequality in America

Yuval Elmelech

 T  Th    11:50-1:10 pm

HEG 201

SA

D+J

SSCI

DIFF

Cross-listed: American Studies; Gender and Sexuality Studies; Human Rights

 

19270

SOC 205

 Intro to Research Methods

Yuval Elmelech

 T  Th    3:10-4:30 pm

HDR 106

MC

MATC

Cross-listed: American Studies; Environmental & Urban Studies; Global & International Studies; Human Rights

 

19272

SOC 224

 Punishment/Prisons/Policing

Allison McKim

M  W      3:10-4:30 pm

OLIN 202

SA

D+J

SSCI

Cross-listed: Africana Studies; American Studies; Human Rights

 

19273

SOC 262

 Sexualities

Allison McKim

M  W      11:50-1:10 pm

OLIN 204

SA

D+J

SSCI

DIFF

Cross-listed: American Studies; Gender and Sexuality Studies; Human Rights

 

19275

SOC 332

 Seminar on Social Problems

Yuval Elmelech

  W         1:30-3:50 pm

RKC 200

SA

D+J

SSCI

DIFF

Cross-listed: American Studies; Human Rights

 

19338

THTR 236

 Power/Perform:Colonial Atlanti

Christian Crouch

Miriam Felton-Dansky

M  W      10:10-11:30 am

RKC 102

HA

HIST

Cross-listed: American Studies; Experimental Humanities; Historical Studies