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Introduction to South Asian Art
See ARTH
ASIA 153-001
Intro To South Asian Art

MW

Pika Ghosh
1:00pm-1:50pm

Gardner 8
VP BN WB



ASIA 153-001
Intro To South Asian Art
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Computers and Society
A broad introduction to instructional technology and computer science issues in society: Internet history, privacy, security, usability, graphics, games, computers in the media, development, economics, social media, AI, IP, computer and Internet ethics, global ethics, current legal issues, etc. Frequent guest speakers. Lecture course of 100+ students.
COMP 380-002
Computers & Society

TuTh

Tessa J Nicholas
11:00am-12:15pm

Fred Brooks Hall at F007
PH



COMP 380-002
Computers & Society
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Play Analysis
DRAM 120 is the first course in the major and the minor in dramatic art. Development of the skill to analyze plays for academic and production purposes through the intensive study of representative plays.
DRAM 120-002
Play Analysis

TuTh

Mark E Perry
2:00pm-3:15pm

Center for Dramatic 105
VP CI NA



DRAM 120-002
Play Analysis
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Introduction to Early Judaism
This course surveys Jewish history and religion during the Second Temple and religious studies. Rabbinic periods, from the destruction of the First Jewish Temple (Solomon’s Temple) in 586 BCE to the Muslim conquest of Palestine (640 CE).
RELI 106-001
Early Judaism

MW

Jodi Magness
1:00pm-1:50pm

Genome Sciences G100
HS BN WB



RELI 106-001
Early Judaism
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Introduction to Gay and Lesbian Culture and Literature
Introduces students to concepts in queer theoryand recent sexuality studies. Topics include queer lit, AIDS, race and sexuality, representations of gays and lesbians in the media, political activism/literature.
ENGL 140-001
Intro To Gay/lesbian Lit

MW

Wendy L Weber
5:00pm-6:15pm

Greenlaw 222
LA US



ENGL 140-001
Intro To Gay/lesbian Lit
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Shalom Y’all: The Jewish Experience in the American South
This course explores ethnicity in the South and focuses on the history and culture of Jewish Southerners from their arrival in the Carolinas in the 17th century to the present day.
AMST 486-001
Shalom

MWF

Marcie C Ferris
11:00am-11:50am

Woollen Gym 303
HS CI US



AMST 486-001
Shalom
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Introduction to Rock Music
A survey of rock music styles, focusing primarily on the period 1955 to 1990. Music by Elvis Presley, The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Police, Madonna, and others.
MUSC 143-001
Intro To Rock Music

TuTh

John Lowell Brackett
3:30pm-4:45pm

Hanes Art Center 121
VP NA US



MUSC 143-001
Intro To Rock Music
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Making Sense of Ourselves
An examination of some of the most influential attempts to understand human beings, their lives, and their moral and political values. Authors include Plato, Aristotle, St. Matthew, Nietzsche, and Rand.
PHIL 112-001
Making Sense

MW

Charles D C Reeve
12:00pm-12:50pm

Chapman Hall 211
PH



PHIL 112-001
Making Sense
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Rhetoric and Public Issues
Examines the basic nature and importance of rhetoric and argumentation. Attention is devoted to interpreting the persuasive function of texts and their relation to modern forms of life.
COMM 170-001
Rhet Publ Issues

MWF

Mary Elizabeth Domenico
8:00am-8:50am

Bingham 101
PH



COMM 170-001
Rhet Publ Issues
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General Descriptive Chemistry I
Prerequisite, MATH 110. The first course in a two-semester sequence. See also CHEM 102. Atomic and molecular structure, stoichiometry and conservation of mass, thermochemical changes and conservation of energy.
CHEM 101-001
Gen Descrip Chem I

MWF

Gary J Pielak
8:00am-8:50am

Genome Sciences G100
PX



CHEM 101-001
Gen Descrip Chem I
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Introduction to Gay/Lesbian Literature
See ENGL 140 for description.
WMST 140-001
Intro To Gay/lesbian Lit

MW

Wendy L Weber
5:00pm-6:15pm

Greenlaw 222
LA US



WMST 140-001
Intro To Gay/lesbian Lit
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Introduction to Economics
Introduction to fundamental issues in economics including competition, scarcity, opportunity cost, resource allocation, unemployment, inflation, and the determinationof prices.
ECON 101-006
Econ: Intro

TuTh

Patrick J Conway
12:30pm-1:45pm

Carroll 111
SS



ECON 101-006
Econ: Intro