This survey course on the economic development and recent transitional experience in China and India examines the economic structure and policies in the two countries, with a focus on comparing their recent economic successes and failures and their past development policies and strategies.
This religion course is an examination of some of the remarkable—and highly controversial—activities in which Quakers engaged as they tried to provide assistance to Jews who were being persecuted by the Nazis.
This peace, justice, and human rights course is a study of recent work in Latin American, Afro-Caribbean, and Afro-Diasporic critical theory and related resistance movements.
This first-year writing seminar introduces students to the many ways queer lives and theories challenge normative conceptions of linear time.
This psychology course examines new initiatives in the field aimed at enhancing transparency, reproducibility, replicability, accessibility, and inclusiveness as well as their implications for improving psychological science.