This Spanish course examines the ideas and impact of European travel writers in Latin America and the Caribbean and includes discussion of the imprint they left on the literature of Latin America from the 17th century to the present.
This sociology course explores contemporary political movements to measure learning outcomes in educational institutions and covers such topics as standardized testing for college admissions and development of online learning tools, among others.
This fine arts course covers techniques and approaches to the art of the woodcut and the linocut, emphasizing the study of design principles and the expressive potential of the medium to create a personal visual statement.
This religion course introduces students to debates about the senses in Islam, including exploring the relationship between sound and the sacred.
This co-taught linguistics course, which explores five issues in which modality effects might be evidenced in Mandarin and American Sign Language, is experimental, as the professors and students form and test hypotheses against data together.