Academics

Spring 2012

Course #

Course title and details

Meeting times and place

Credits / LAFs / XList

VMS 264-01

Documentary Photography: Theory and Praxis

Dustin Leavitt

*Open for contract/eval

Th 1.00-3.50 p.m.
Hentschke 201

4 credits
XList: JNST

VMS 497-01

Capstone Project

Dr. Piers Britton

TBD

4 credits

ARTH 103-01

Introduction to Modern Art

Dr. Piers Britton

*Open for contract/eval

MW 6.00-9.00 p.m.
Gregory 161/APH 128

 

4 credits
LAH: HH

CS 103-01

Introduction to Multimedia

Patricia Cornez

TTh 1.00-2.20 p.m.
Armacost Library 104

4 credits
LAF: CP

CRWR 410-01

Documenting Russia and Beyond

Alisa Slaughter

W 6.00-8.50 p.m.
HOL 213

4 credits

JNST 000A-01

Retrovisions: Pastiche, Homage and Revival in Film (and Other Media)

Dr. Piers Britton & Ms. Samantha Berkman

*For written evaluation only

MW 1.00-2.20 p.m.
PAC Seminar Room
4 credits
JNST 000N-01

Cabinet of Spells: Myth and Folklore in World Literatures

Dr. Kimberly Welch

*For written evaluation only

TTh 2.30-3.50 p.m.
Larsen 126

4 credits

JNST 000P-01

Hard Science, Soft Culture

Dr. Timothy Seiber

*For written evaluation only

W 1.00-3.50
HOL 209

4 credits

JNST 000Q-01

Queer in Public

Dr. Timothy Seiber

*For written evaluation only

Th 1.00-3.50
HOL 205

4 credits

SPCH 260-01

Sports, Media and Culture

William Southworth

TTh 9.30-10.50 a.m.
Gannett Center 1
4 credits
WGST 340-01

Contemporary Feminist Theory: Women in Film

Dr. Jennifer Nelson

MW 1.30-3.50 p.m.
Hentschke 202
4 credits
LAF: DD, WA

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