Courses of Study 2013-2014 
    
    Apr 23, 2018  
Courses of Study 2013-2014 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

AMST—American Studies

   •  AMST 2350 - Archaeology of North American Indians
   •  AMST 2390 - [Seminar in Iroquois History]
   •  AMST 2501 - [Race and Popular Culture]
   •  AMST 2511 - [Black Women to 1900]
   •  AMST 2512 - [Black Women in the 20th Century]
   •  AMST 2581 - [Environmental History]
   •  AMST 2600 - Writing Native Nations: An Introduction to Native American Literatures
   •  AMST 2620 - Introduction to Asian American Literature
   •  AMST 2640 - Introduction to Asian American History
   •  AMST 2650 - Introduction to African American Literature
   •  AMST 2655 - Latinos in the United States
   •  AMST 2660 - Everything You Know About Indians is Wrong: Unlearning Native American History
   •  AMST 2710 - Social and Political Context of American Education
   •  AMST 2720 - [The Atlantic World from Conquest to Revolution]
   •  AMST 2721 - [Anthropological Representation: Ethnographies of Latino Culture]
   •  AMST 2730 - [Women in American Society, Past and Present]
   •  AMST 2760 - American Cinema
   •  AMST 2765 - [Cinema and Migration]
   •  AMST 2980 - Inventing an Information Society
   •  AMST 3021 - Social Movements in American Politics
   •  AMST 3022 - Capitalism and American Democracy: 1880-2010
   •  AMST 3030 - [African American Women in Slavery and Freedom]
   •  AMST 3032 - [Race and Revolution in the Americas: 1776-1900]
   •  AMST 3060 - Recent History of American Workers: From the 60s through the 90s
   •  AMST 3065 - Immigrant America: Race and Citizenship in Modern Working-Class History
   •  AMST 3082 - American Political Campaigns
   •  AMST 3111 - [Urban Politics]
   •  AMST 3128 - America's Changing Faces
   •  AMST 3130 - [U.S. Foreign Relations, 1750-1912]
   •  AMST 3131 - The Nature, Functions, and Limits of Law
   •  AMST 3140 - U.S. in the World
   •  AMST 3141 - [Prisons]
   •  AMST 3142 - [Incarceration, Policy Response, and Self-Reflection]
   •  AMST 3150 - [Environmental History: The United States and Beyond]
   •  AMST 3161 - [The American Presidency]
   •  AMST 3170 - [British French North America]
   •  AMST 3171 - [Campaigns and Elections]
   •  AMST 3181 - U.S. Congress
   •  AMST 3191 - [Racial and Ethnic Politics in the U.S.]
   •  AMST 3200 - [Historical Archaeology]
   •  AMST 3202 - [The U.S. Supreme Court and Crime]
   •  AMST 3230 - [American Economic History I]
   •  AMST 3240 - [Varieties of American Dissent, 1880 - 1990]
   •  AMST 3241 - [Inequality and American Democracy]
   •  AMST 3248 - Iroquois Archaeology
   •  AMST 3250 - [Age of the American Revolution, 1754 - 1815]
   •  AMST 3281 - Constitutional Politics: The U.S. Supreme Court
   •  AMST 3303 - [Discovering Hip-Hop: Research and the Cornell Hip-Hop Collection]
   •  AMST 3310 - [Causes of the American Civil War, 1815-1860]
   •  AMST 3330 - Ways of Knowing: Indigenous and Local Ecological Knowledge
   •  AMST 3360 - [American Drama and Theatre]
   •  AMST 3370 - Contemporary American Theatre on Stage and Screen
   •  AMST 3405 - Multicultural Issues in Education
   •  AMST 3430 - History of the Civil War and Reconstruction
   •  AMST 3431 - [Obama and Lincoln]
   •  AMST 3440 - [American Film Melodrama]
   •  AMST 3450 - [Cultural and Intellectual Life of Nineteenth Century Americans]
   •  AMST 3451 - [Cultural and Intellectual Life of 20th Century Americans]
   •  AMST 3465 - The Global Gangster
   •  AMST 3470 - Asian American Women's History
   •  AMST 3500 - African American Art
   •  AMST 3515 - [Blaxploitation Film and Photography]
   •  AMST 3525 - Twentieth Century American Poetry
   •  AMST 3549 - [Capitalism, Competition, and Conflict in the Global Economy]
   •  AMST 3560 - Modeling Race, Fashioning Beauty
   •  AMST 3562 - Thinking from a Different Place: Indigenous Philosophies
   •  AMST 3605 - U.S. Art from FDR to Reagan
   •  AMST 3610 - U.S. Literature: Early Poems, Novels, and Political Writing
   •  AMST 3635 - [Human Rights and Global Justice]
   •  AMST 3640 - Studies in U.S. Literature After 1950: American Literature, the 1980s
   •  AMST 3655 - [Politics and Literature]
   •  AMST 3665 - American Political Thought from Madison to Malcolm X
   •  AMST 3670 - Modern American Fiction: Literary and Civic Fictions
   •  AMST 3675 - The Environmental Imagination in American Literature
   •  AMST 3680 - Telling to Live: Critical Examinations of Testimonio
   •  AMST 3720 - [Food, Gender, and Culture]
   •  AMST 3735 - [Political Freedom]
   •  AMST 3740 - Painting Nineteenth Century America
   •  AMST 3762 - Law, Latin@s, Illegality
   •  AMST 3777 - [The United States]
   •  AMST 3809 - Politics of '70s Films
   •  AMST 3810 - American Architecture and Building I
   •  AMST 3811 - American Architecture and Building II
   •  AMST 3812 - [Edge Cities: Celluloid New York and Los Angeles]
   •  AMST 3820 - Poetry and Poetics of the Americas
   •  AMST 3830 - [Latinos in U.S. History]
   •  AMST 3860 - African American Social History, from 1910 to the Present: Race, Work, and the City
   •  AMST 3870 - The History of Consumption: From Wedgwood to Wal-Mart
   •  AMST 3900 - Special Topics
   •  AMST 3930 - [International Film of the 1970s]
   •  AMST 3981 - Latino/a Popular Culture
   •  AMST 4030 - Poetry in Process: A.R. Ammons, John Ashbery, Adrienne Rich
   •  AMST 4032 - [Immigration and Politics Research Seminar]
   •  AMST 4039 - [Reconstruction and the New South]
   •  AMST 4041 - [American Political Development in the Twentieth Century]
   •  AMST 4061 - [Politics of Slow-Moving Crisis]
   •  AMST 4102 - Urban Ecology and Politics
   •  AMST 4112 - The Politics of Change
   •  AMST 4113 - Race, Technology, and Visuality
   •  AMST 4122 - [Immigrants in New Destinations: Settlement, Integration, Backlash]
 

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