Courses of Study 2018-2019 
    
    Jan 24, 2019  
Courses of Study 2018-2019

Course Descriptions


 

AMST—American Studies

   •  AMST 2512 - Black Women in the 20th Century
   •  AMST 2535 - Music, Politics and Social Movements in the US and the World
   •  AMST 2560 - Waiting for Superman: Perspectives on the Crisis in American Education
   •  AMST 2581 - [Environmental History]
   •  AMST 2600 - [Introduction to Native American Literature]
   •  AMST 2615 - Incarceration Nation
   •  AMST 2620 - Introduction to Asian American Literature
   •  AMST 2621 - [Gendering Religion, Science and Technology]
   •  AMST 2640 - Introduction to Asian American History
   •  AMST 2645 - Race and Modern US History
   •  AMST 2655 - Latinos in the United States
   •  AMST 2660 - Everything You Know About Indians is Wrong: Unlearning Native American History
   •  AMST 2664 - [What’s Colonial About Early America?]
   •  AMST 2665 - [The American Revolutionary Era]
   •  AMST 2682 - The United States in the 1960s and 1970s
   •  AMST 2710 - America’s Promise: Social and Political Context of American Education
   •  AMST 2721 - Anthropological Representations: Ethnographies on Latino Culture
   •  AMST 2726 - [Culture and Identity in Modern America: The 19th Century]
   •  AMST 2735 - [Children’s Literature]
   •  AMST 2760 - [American Cinema]
   •  AMST 2770 - Representing Racial Encounters/Encountering Racial Representations
   •  AMST 2800 - [Latinos in US History]
   •  AMST 2817 - [America Confronts the World]
   •  AMST 2841 - Viruses- Humans-Viral Politics (Social History and Cultural Politics of HIV & AIDS)
   •  AMST 2910 - [It’s All Chinese to Me]
   •  AMST 2955 - Socialism in America
   •  AMST 2980 - [Inventing an Information Society]
   •  AMST 3001 - [Constitutional Law and U.S. Politics]
   •  AMST 3002 - [Civil Rights and Civil Liberties]
   •  AMST 3010 - Photography and the American Dream
   •  AMST 3012 - The Politics of Poverty in the U.S.
   •  AMST 3020 - Representing Brooklyn: Race, Place and Popular Culture
   •  AMST 3021 - [Social Movements in American Politics]
   •  AMST 3025 - Asian Americans & Popular Culture
   •  AMST 3032 - [Race and Revolution in the Americas: 1776-1900]
   •  AMST 3035 - [Seminar in American Literature: Beginnings to the Civil War]
   •  AMST 3065 - [Immigrant America: Race and Citizenship in Modern Working-Class History]
   •  AMST 3082 - American Political Campaigns
   •  AMST 3121 - Crime and Punishment
   •  AMST 3128 - America’s Changing Faces
   •  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 3161 - The American Presidency
   •  AMST 3185 - [Living in an Uncertain World: Science, Technology, and Risk]
   •  AMST 3200 - [Historical Archaeology]
   •  AMST 3230 - American Economic History I
   •  AMST 3241 - [Inequality and American Democracy]
   •  AMST 3248 - [Finger Lakes and Beyond: Archaeology of the Native Northeast]
   •  AMST 3281 - Constitutional Politics: The U.S. Supreme Court
   •  AMST 3321 - Jazz Around the World
   •  AMST 3330 - Ways of Knowing: Indigenous and Place-Based Ecological Knowledge
   •  AMST 3331 - [America through Russian Eyes]
   •  AMST 3370 - Contemporary American Theatre on Stage and Screen
   •  AMST 3380 - Urban Inequality
   •  AMST 3405 - Multicultural Issues in Education
   •  AMST 3420 - Refugees and the Politics of Vulnerability: Intersections of Feminist Theory and Practice
   •  AMST 3424 - [Ethnoracial Identity in Anthropology, Language, and Law]
   •  AMST 3430 - [History of the Civil War and Reconstruction]
   •  AMST 3451 - [Culture and Identity in Modern America: The 20th Century]
   •  AMST 3463 - Contemporary Television
   •  AMST 3465 - The Global Gangster
   •  AMST 3470 - [Asian American Women’s History]
   •  AMST 3475 - Nueva York: Caribbean Urbanisms
   •  AMST 3506 - Slavery and Visual Culture
   •  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 3580 - [Twentieth Century Women Writers of Color in the Americas]
   •  AMST 3581 - Imagining Migration in Film and Literature
   •  AMST 3590 - [The Black Radical Tradition in the U.S.]
   •  AMST 3612 - [Capitalism and Colonialism in Early American Literatures]
   •  AMST 3650 - Envisioning America: Nineteenth-Century US Poetry and Prose
   •  AMST 3655 - [Politics and Literature]
   •  AMST 3661 - [Reading the Nineteenth-Century American Novel]
   •  AMST 3670 - Modern American Fiction
   •  AMST 3678 - [Democracy and its Discontents]
   •  AMST 3685 - [Growing Up Latina/o]
   •  AMST 3690 - [The Race and Gender of Poverty in Literature and Film]
   •  AMST 3703 - Asians in the Americas: A Comparative Perspective
   •  AMST 3719 - The Jewish Life of DNA
   •  AMST 3720 - [Food, Gender, and Culture]
   •  AMST 3732 - [Africans and African Americans in Literature]
   •  AMST 3735 - [Political Freedom]
   •  AMST 3744 - [America Becomes Modern: The Gilded Age and Progressive Era]
   •  AMST 3754 - [Spoken Word, Hip-Hop Theater, and the Politics of the Performance]
   •  AMST 3760 - [American Cinema since 1968]
   •  AMST 3762 - [Law, Latina/o, Illegality]
   •  AMST 3777 - [The United States]
   •  AMST 3785 - [Civil Disobedience]
   •  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 3850 - [Mass Incarceration and Family Life Course]
   •  AMST 3870 - [The History of Consumption: From Wedgwood to Wal-Mart]
 

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