11564

EUS 101 Introduction to Environmental

and Urban Studies: Cities and Sustainability

Jennifer Schwartz Berky

. T . Th .

4:30 5:50 pm

OLIN 310

SSCI

(Core Course) Patterns of human settlement and consumption have reached a point of critical environmental stress that requires concerted action at local, national and global levels. Environmental and Urban Studies (EUS) is an interdisciplinary concentration focusing on the complex relationships between humans and the environment including urban settings. How are critical environmental resources such as water, biodiversity and the air we breathe affected by urbanization and urban sprawl? How can we reconcile the anthropocentric world we live in with the limits of growth? This introductory core course will provide an overview of the interdisciplinary questions of environmental conservation and sustainable development by exploring their scientific, economic, political, cultural, and ethical implications. Course materials will range from international to local examples of topics such as post-disaster relief, post-conflict reconstruction, and adaptation planning for climate change through case studies, readings, and visits to relevant sites and projects in the Hudson Valley. Students will be introduced to the key concepts, technology and various professional aspects of the growing field of sustainable development. Practitioners in urban and environmental fields and faculty members will be invited to introduce different disciplinary perspectives based on their work. Students interested in concentrating in EUS should take this course.

 

11563

EUS 203: Geographic Information Systems

Mark Becker

. . W . .

3:15 5:45 pm

HDRANX 308

SSCI

2 credits (Core Course) This course is designed to provide undergraduate students with a comprehensive review of Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Global Positioning Systems (GPS) and remote sensing technologies as they are used in a variety of social and environmental science applications. Through a mixture of lectures, readings and hands-on exercises, students will acquire an understanding of the structure of spatial data and databases, basic cartographic principles and data visualization techniques, how to conduct spatial analysis and methods for developing sound GIS project design and management practices. Upon completing this class, students will:

               Understand the fundamental concepts of geographic information systems and their relationship with other information management systems.

               Gain familiarity with GIS software for conducting basic GIS analyses and producing cartographic products.

               Conduct studies typically carried out in GIS including site selection, analysis of spatial/temporal processes, assess environmental impacts, geocode data and conduct point pattern analysis.

Prerequisites: Preference will be given to moderated students.

 

11573

EUS 302: EUS Colloquium

EUS FAculty

. . . Th .

7:00- 8:20 pm

OLIN 101

N/A

(Core Course) A transdisciplinary lecture series on topics pertaining to environmental and urban studies presented by Bard faculty, invited speakers, and student panels. Space permitting, faculty and students not registered for the series are welcome to attend.

 

11315

ANTH 101 A Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

Nadia Latif

. T . Th .

10:30 - 11:50 am

HEG 201

SSCI/DIFF

 

11265

ANTH 101 B Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

Megan Callaghan

M . W . .

10:30 - 11:50 am

OLIN 205

SSCI/DIFF

 

11318

ANTH 212 Historical Archaeology

Christopher Lindner

. . . . F

12:30 -5:30 pm

HEG 300

SSCI/DIFF

(Core Course)

 

11266

ANTH 343 Middle Eastern Modernities

Jeffrey Jurgens

. . . . F

9:30 - 11:50 am

OLIN 202

SSCI/DIFF

 

11391

ARTH 115 The Classical Tradition in Western Architecture

Diana Minsky

. . W . F

12:00 -1:20 pm

FISHER ANNE

AART

(Core Course)

 

11163

ARTH 126 Architecture since 1945

Noah Chasin

. T . Th .

1:00 -2:20 pm

RKC 103

AART

(Core Course)

 

11165

ARTH 210 Roman Art and Architecture

Diana Minsky

. T . Th .

4:00 -5:20 pm

OLIN 102

AART

 

11172

ARTH 332 Villas of the Hudson Valley

Diana Minsky

. . . . F

1:30 -3:50 pm

FISHER ANNEX

AART

(Core Course)

 

11229

BIO 142 Organismal Biology

William Maple

. . W . F

10:30 - 12:30 pm

RKC 103

SCI

 

 

LAB A:

. . . Th .

1:30 -3:30 pm

RKC 114

SCI

 

 

LAB B:

. . . . F

1:30 -3:30 pm

RKC 114

SCI

(Core Course)

 

11231

BIO 144 Biostatistics

Philip Johns

. T . Th .

9:00 - 10:20 am

RKC 115

MATC

 

 

LAB:

. . . Th .

1:00 -3:50 pm

RKC 115

MATC

(Core Course)

 

11232

BIO 146 Earth & Life through Time

Catherine O'Reilly

. . W . F

9:00 - 10:20 am

RKC 103

SCI

 

 

LAB A:

. . W . .

1:30 -4:30 pm

RKC 114

SCI

 

 

LAB B:

. . . Th .

9:00 - 12:00 pm

RKC 114

SCI

(Core Course)

 

11234

BIO 202 Ecology and Evolution

Felicia Keesing

. . W . .

9:00 - 12:00 pm

RKC 111 / 112

SCI

 

 

 

. . . . F

9:00 - 11:00 am

RKC 111 / 112

SCI

(Core Course)

 

11457

BIO 315 Advanced Evolution

Philip Johns

M . W . .

1:30 -2:50 pm

RKC 122

SCI

 

 

LAB:

M . . . .

9:00 - 12:00 pm

RKC 112

SCI

(Core Course)

 

11249

BIO 316 Tropical Ecology

Catherine O'Reilly

. . . . F

1:30 -4:30 pm

RKC 115

SCI

(Core Course)

 

11216

ECON 101A Introduction to Microeconomics

Sanjaya DeSilva

. T . Th .

1:00 -2:20 pm

OLIN 205

SSCI

 

11396

ECON 101B Introduction to Microeconomics

Roxana Julia

M . W . .

12:00 -1:20 pm

OLIN 309

SSCI

 

11218

ECON 102A Introduction to Macroeconomics

Andrew Pearlman

. T . Th .

2:30 -3:50 pm

HEG 102

SSCI

 

11219

ECON 102B Introduction to Macroeconomics

Alex Chung

. . W . F

12:00 1:20 pm

ALBEE 106

SSCI

 

11397

ECON 102C Introduction to Macroeconomics

Tamar Khitarishvili

M . W . .

1:30 -2:50 pm

OLIN 101

SSCI

 

11398

ECON 130 Economics of Globalized

Food Systems

Roxana Julia

M . W . .

3:00 -4:20 pm

RKC 101

SSCI

(Core Course)

 

11562

ECON 206 Economics from the Ground Up

Kris Feder

. T . Th .

10:30 -11:50 am

ALBEE 106

SSCI

(Core Course)

 

11222

ECON 229 Statistics

Andrew Pearlman

. T . Th .

9:00 - 10:20 am

ALBEE 106

MATC

 

 

LAB:

M . . . .

4:30 -6:20 pm

HDRANX 106

MATC

 

11400

ECON 244 Economics of Climate Change

Roxana Julia

. . W . F

10:30 - 11:50 am

ALBEE 106

SSCI

(Core Course)

 

11224

ECON 265 Community Based Development

Sanjaya DeSilva

. T . Th .

4:00 -5:20 pm

OLIN 205

SSCI/DIFF

11227

ECON 330 Geoclassical Economics

Kris Feder

. . . . F

1:30 -3:50 pm

ALBEE 106

SSCI

(Core Course)

 

11020

HIST 237 The Sixties

Mark Lytle

. T . . .

2:30 -3:50 pm

OLIN 205

HIST

 

 

 

M . . . .

7:00 - 10:00 pm

OLIN 205

HIST

 

11555

HIST 280B American Environmental History II: The Age of Ecology

Mark Lytle

. . W . F

10:30 - 11:50 am

OLIN 101

HIST

(Core course)

 

11129

LIT 2007 Imagining Environment in

East Asia

Hoyt Long

. T . Th .

10:30 - 11:50 am

OLIN 201

FLLC/DIFF

(Core Course)

 

11152

LIT 2316 In the Wild: Reading and

Writing the Natural World

Susan Rogers

. . W . .

1:30 -3:50 pm

OLIN 305

ELIT

(Core Course)

 

11094

LIT 364 Shakespeare Seminar

Nancy Leonard

. T . . .

1:30 -3:50 pm

OLIN 310

ELIT

 

11046

PS 250 Introduction to Quantitative Analysis

Mark Lindeman

. . W . F

10:30 - 11:50 am

OLIN 304

MATC

 

11010

SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology

David Madden

. T . Th .

10:30 - 11:50 am

OLIN 204

SSCI

 

11389

SOC 265 Space and Place in Urban Sociology & Geography

David Madden

M . W . .

3:00 -4:20 pm

OLIN 101

SSCI

(Core Course)