COOL CLASSES: “Realism, Race, and Photography”

COOL CLASSES: “Realism, Race, and Photography”

Class name: “Realism, Race, and Photography” Taught by: Assistant Professor of English Lindsay Reckson   Here’s what Reckson has to say about the course: This class is about three complex and co-emergent practices in late 19th- and early 20th-century America:...
COOL CLASSES: “Crises”

COOL CLASSES: “Crises”

Class Name: “Crises” Taught By: Visiting Lecturer of Economics Timothy Lambie-Hanson   Here’s what Lambie-Hanson has to say about the course: My class spends half of the semester studying different types of financial crises—banking crises,...
COOL CLASSES: “Early American Environmental History”

COOL CLASSES: “Early American Environmental History”

Class name: “Early American Environmental History” Taught by: Visiting Assistant Professor of History Kate Mulry   Here’s what Mulry has to say about the course: The class is about the centrality of nature to human history. Too often, if we think about the environment...
COOL CLASSES: “Old Age in the Modern Age”

COOL CLASSES: “Old Age in the Modern Age”

Class name: “Old Age in the Modern Age” Taught by: Librarian of the College Terry Snyder Here’s what Snyder has to say about the course: If we’re lucky, we all age. We want to “get old,” but societal messages suggest that no one really seems to be in a rush to...