Fall 2016

Body

Required Course

Comparative Studies

6425: Graduate Introduction to Latina/o Studies
     24743, TBA, TBA, Staff 

 

Graduate Electives

*Courses marked with an asterisk (*) have variable topics and may count toward the Minor [or GIS] when they include at least 30% Latina/o Studies content. This includes readings, assignments, and final writing projects.

African American Studies

*7756: Theorizing Race and Ethnicity
     11786, M 4:00-6:45 PM, TBA , Kwaku Korang

Comparative Studies

*5691: Topics in Comparative Studies
     32779, R 2:15-5:00 PM, Page 60, Sarah Johnston & James Phelan

*6390: Approaches to Comparative Cultural Studies I
     14225, M 9:10-11:55 AM, Hagerty 451, Eugene Holland

*7256: Complex Ethnography
     32786, T 2:15-5:00 PM, Hagerty 451, Noah Tamarkin

*7301: Theorizing Literature
     24748,  TBA, TBA, Staff 

*7360: Theorizing Culture
     23393, F 9:00-11:45 AM, Hagerty 451, Morgan Liu

*7370: Theorizing Religion
     32787, R 11:15-2:00 PM, TBA , Hugh Urban

City and Regional Planning

*6310: Law and Planning II: Environment & Society
     9979, WF 9:35-10:55 AM, Hitchcock 30, Robert Oast Jr.

Education: Teaching and Learning

*5225: Reading Multicultural Literature Across Middle Childhood Curriculum
     29005, TR 2:20-3:40 PM, Ramseyer 200A, Staff 
     29006, WF 2:20-3:40 PM, Ramseyer 200A, Staff 
     34040, M 9:10-11:55 AM, Arps Hall 274, Staff 
     34041, R 4:10-6:50 PM, Macquigg 159, Staff 

*6808: Multicultural and Global Perspectives on Teaching and Learning 
     27610,  TBA, TBA , Staff 

*7344: Bilingualism & Biliteracy
     28797, M 12:45-3:05 PM, Arps Hall 243, Sarah Gallo

*8890: Advanced Seminar
     33500, W 4:30-6:50 PM, Ramseyer 110, Michiko Hikida
     33501, R 7:05-9:25 PM, Ramseyer 200, Ian Wilkinson
     28726, TR 4:10-5:30 PM, TBA , Paul Post
     28775, W 1:35-3:50 PM, Arps Hall 286, Karen Irving

English

*6760.01/6760.02: Intro to Postcolonial Lit and Theory
     32511/32512, T 9:10-12:10 PM, Denney 419, Pranav Jani

*7850.01/7850.02: Seminar in US Literatures before 1900
     32523/32524, W 9:10-12:10 PM, Denney 419, Elizabeth Hewitt

*7888.01/7888.02: Interdepartmental Studies in the Humanities
     33518/33535, T 1:50-4:50 PM, Denney 447, Staff 

History

*7600: Transnational History of Women, Gender, and Sexuality
     24645, F 11:30-2:15 PM, Derby 47, Daniel Rivers

*5660: Seminar in Latin American Literatures and Cultures
     23644, TR 12:45-2:05 PM, Hagerty 351, Ana Maria Del Sarto

*5689S: Spanish in Ohio
     21541, TBA, TBA, Staff 

Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

*7710: Theorizing Race, Sexualities and Social Justice
     32851, R 11:15-2:00 PM, U Hall 286A, Guisela LaTorre