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FIST 224 – COL 224 – ITAL 224 – MDST 223 Prof. F.M. Aresu – faresu@wesleyan.edu | Monday and Friday, 10:50 AM – 12:10 PM | FISK210 Foundations of Modernity:  The Cultures of the Italian Renaissance In this course we will critically explore the intellectual achievements of the Italian Renaissance through a detailed analysis of […]

  This spring, the Center for the Study of Public Life (CSPL) is showcasing several classes taught by some exciting and unusual visitors, in addition to some wonderful classes taught by Wesleyan professors. The following courses still have seats available: Community Research Seminar (SOC 316), cross-listed with ENVS, the Civic Engagement Certificate, and the Environmental […]

**NEW AND TIMELY COURSE FOR THIS COMING SEMESTER!** FIST229: POLITICAL TURMOIL: “What just happened? What’s going to happen? What do we do now?” Prof. Meg Furniss Weisberg <mweisberg@wesleyan.edu> Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1:20-2:40pm https://iasext.wesleyan.edu/regprod/!wesmaps_page.html?crse=014857&term=1171 Political turmoil, while disconcerting to say the least, is nothing new. This course will look at case studies from different times and regions […]

New Teaching Evaluations Update Wesleyan is implementing a new teaching evaluation form this fall.  The majority of classes will use the new teaching evaluation form, with new questions.  However, a small number of classes will continue to use the old form for a few more terms, so some students will complete a different form for […]

PSYC 341:  Psychology of Learning and Memory Instructor: Dr. Kyungmi Kim, Department of Psychology Class meetings: F 1:20 – 4:10PM, Location TBA How is holding in our mind a seldom-­used phone number just long enough to dial it different from our memory for our own birthday parties in the past? Why and how do our […]

NEW COURSE: CGST210 Q:  What is linguistics? A: It’s the study of language, its structures, and the way it works. We’re pleased to be re-introducing into the Wesleyan curriculum an introductory course on Linguistics, to be taught by Prof. Louise Neary in Spring 2017.  This course will introduce students to some of the principal areas […]

New Intro DANC Section

Introduction to Dance DANC 111 Fall 2016 Section:  02   This is an introduction to dance as an educational, technical, and creative discipline for students with no previous formal dance training. Classes will introduce the basic components of dance technique–stretching, strengthening, aligning the body, and developing coordination in the execution of rhythmic movement patterns. Through improvisation, composition, and […]

Three New HIST/LAST Courses

Check them out! HIST 112 (FYS): Living the Latin American City: Urban History, Politics, and Culture  (T/R, 2:50-4:10) https://iasext.wesleyan.edu/regprod/!wesmaps_page.html?crse=014748&term=1169 HIST 245 (survey) Survey of Latin American History (M/W, 8:20-9:40)  https://iasext.wesleyan.edu/regprod/!wesmaps_page.html?crse=004878&term=1169 HIST 297 (seminar) Mexican History and Visual Culture from Conquest to Present (T/TH, 8:50-10:10)  https://iasext.wesleyan.edu/regprod/!wesmaps_page.html?crse=014749&term=1169

Two New ANTH courses Fall ’16

Here are two new courses in ANTH this fall: ** ANTH297 Pure Filth: Anthropology in a World of Waste (Doherty, Jacob) This course examines what the world looks like from the vantage point of its diverse waste streams. Waste is all around us. A product of everyday life, of economic activity, of regimes of bodily […]

New GOVT Courses Fall ’16

Here are two new GOVT courses being offered this fall semester: GOVT345    Citizenship and Immigration    Prof. Liza Williams  Tues & Thurs, 1:20 – 2:40 PM  Allbritton 103 This course examines the concept of citizenship and explores its connection to immigration, ideas of membership, political rights, and processes of incorporation as well as integration. Some of […]

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