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CHUM214The Modern and the Postmodern
CHUM227Introduction to Social, Cultural, and Critical Theory
CHUM310French Crowds, Mobs, and Mobilities
CHUM316City, Mobility, and Technology: Toward the Modern City in Spain
CHUM322Time Is Money: Capitalism and Temporality
CHUM327Heidegger and the Temporal Sense of Being
CHUM328Architectures of Aftermath
CHUM332Musical Mobility in America: Diasporas, Migrations, Borderlands
CHUM340Observing Justice: Trials and Judgments in Arendt, Kleist, and Kafka
CHUM342Knowledge, Race, and Justice: A Transhistorical Perspective
CHUM344"If there is no God, then everything is permitted?" Moral Life in a Secular World
CHUM348Representing Gender in Politics and the Media
CHUM358Style and Stylistic Change: Creativity and the Recurrent Problem of Reaching an Audience in the Arts
CHUM370Engaging Audiences: Spectatorship Within Black Popular Culture and Performance
CHUM372Literature and Visual Culture in Shakespeare's England
CHUM384The Contemporary Stage and the Anti-Theatrical Prejudice


Spring 2015 Courses Not Offered       Summer Session       Winter Session       Home       Archive       Search       CHUM
CHUM227Introduction to Social, Cultural, and Critical Theory
CHUM267The Acceleration of Europe: Mobility and Communication, 1000-1700
CHUM276Moving Through the Revolutionary Age: British Colonies and Early America, 1774-1815
CHUM301Social Mobility, Politics, and Morals
CHUM307Mobilizing Dance: Cinema, the Body, and Culture in South Asia
CHUM308Taped in Front of a Live Audience: On Liveness and Temporality in Media and Performance
CHUM325The Caribbean Epic
CHUM340Observing Justice: Trials and Judgments in Arendt, Kleist, and Kafka
CHUM344"If there is no God, then everything is permitted?" Moral Life in a Secular World
CHUM356Interest and Pleasure: Toward a Theory of Political Audiences
CHUM358Style and Stylistic Change: Creativity and the Recurrent Problem of Reaching an Audience in the Arts
CHUM360The View from Abroad on the Early Modern Stage
CHUM370Engaging Audiences: Spectatorship Within Black Popular Culture and Performance
CHUM372Literature and Visual Culture in Shakespeare's England

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