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AMST201Junior Colloquium: Critical Queer Studies
AMST208Junior Colloquium: Visual Culture Studies and Violence
AMST260Bioethics and the Animal/Human Boundary
AMST302Lyric Poetry and Music: The Color and Politics of Cry, Sound, and Voice
AMST351Queer of Color Critique
ANTH203Sex, Money, and Power: Anthropology of Intimacy and Exchange
ANTH207Anthropology of Time
ANTH295Theory 1: Beyond me, Me, ME: Reflexive Anthropology
ANTH302Critical Perspectives on the State
ANTH319Toxic Sovereignties: Life after Environmental Collapse
CEAS395From Fascism to Fukushima: Navigating the Everyday in Modern Japan
CHUM288Literary Perversions: Revolution, Democracy, Identity
CHUM302Black Speculative Fictions and the Anthropocene
CHUM306Techniques of the Liar: Performance, Artifice, Fraud
CHUM355Social Movements Lab
CHUM356Queer Necropolitics
COL22520th-Century Franco-Caribbean Literature and the Search for Identity
COL238Animal Theories/Human Fictions
COL249Narrative and Ideology
COL290Nietzsche - Science, Psychology, Genealogy
COL308Medievals on the Move: Pilgrimage, Jihad, Crusade, and Apocalypse
COL336Theories of Translation
CSS371Junior Colloquium: Social Theory
ECON358History of Economic Thought
ENGL328Brown, Black, and Queer Forms and Feelings
ENGL355Scribes, Book Worms, and Bibliomaniacs: The Thrall of the Book
ENGL370The Novel as History
ENGL380Special Topics: Prosody and Poetic Forms
ENGL382Reading Between Freedom and Necessity
FGSS269Gender and History: Global Feminist Theories and Narratives of the Past (FGSS Gateway)
GOVT337Virtue and Glory: Classical Political Theory
GOVT339Contemporary Political Theory
GOVT355Political Theory and Transitional Justice
HIST141Theories and Models
HIST189Introduction to History: History of the Present
HIST214The Modern and the Postmodern
HIST215European Intellectual History to the Renaissance
HIST338History and Theory
PHIL202Philosophical Classics II: Early Modern Philosophy from Descartes Through Kant
PHIL212Introduction to Ethics
PHIL258Post-Kantian European Philosophy
PHIL267History and Limits of Aesthetic Theory
PHIL277Feminist Philosophy and Moral Theory (FGSS Gateway)
PHIL287Philosophy of Science
PSYC259Discovering the Person
PSYC314Theories in Psychology
RELI213Refugees & Exiles: Religion in the Diaspora
RELI220Modern Christian Thought
RELI272Ethics After the Holocaust
RELI292Reason and Revelation: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion
RELI299Imagining Communities: National Religions and Political Rituals
RELI307Ritual
RUSS267Parody: Humor, Artistic Evolution, and Restoration of the Sacred
SISP320Life and Death: Relations of Biopower and Necropower
SOC234Media and Society
SOC260Sound and Screen
SOC269Bad Sex
SOC299The Future Perfect
SOC302Paternalism and Social Power
THEA302Contemporary Theater: Theories and Aesthetics
THEA316Advanced Topics in Performance Studies: Imagining Anticolonial Performance Practices


Spring 2021 Courses Not Offered       Summer Session       Winter Session       Home       Archive       Search       CSCT
AMST177American Movies as American Studies: An Introduction to American Studies
AMST204Saving America from Itself? Movie Interventions (Moore, Lee, DuVernay, Kopple):Junior Colloquium
AMST260Bioethics and the Animal/Human Boundary
AMST315Entertaining Social Change
AMST351Queer of Color Critique
ANTH211Health and Social Justice
ANTH249From Metropolis to Megalopolis
ANTH269Race, Incarceration, and Citizenship: The New Haven Model
ANTH295Theory 1: Beyond me, Me, ME: Reflexive Anthropology
ANTH302Critical Perspectives on the State
ARHA339Modernism and the Total Work of Art
CEAS395From Fascism to Fukushima: Navigating the Everyday in Modern Japan
CHUM306Techniques of the Liar: Performance, Artifice, Fraud
CHUM325The Work of Art Against Work: Art, Labor, Politics
COL22520th-Century Franco-Caribbean Literature and the Search for Identity
COL238Animal Theories/Human Fictions
COL249Narrative and Ideology
COL259The Human Condition: Arendt, Nietzsche, Marx
COL264Critical Theory: From Karl Marx to Angela Davis
COL269Modern Aesthetic Theory
COL292Reason and Its Limits
COL308Medievals on the Move: Pilgrimage, Jihad, Crusade, and Apocalypse
COL336Theories of Translation
CSS271Sophomore Colloquium: Modern Social Theory
ECON358History of Economic Thought
ENGL295Reading Theories
ENGL303Narrative Theory
ENGL355Scribes, Book Worms, and Bibliomaniacs: The Thrall of the Book
ENGL359Criticism and Marxism
FGSS209Feminist Theories
GOVT337Virtue and Glory: Classical Political Theory
GOVT339Contemporary Political Theory
GOVT347Political Freedom
GRST261Reading Nietzsche
HIST141Theories and Models
HIST214The Modern and the Postmodern
HIST215European Intellectual History to the Renaissance
HIST261Enlightenment and Science
HIST318The Politics of Death: The Living, the Dead, and the State
HIST338History and Theory
HIST382Anthropocene as Modern Grand Narrative
HIST383French Existentialism and Marxism
PHIL266Buddhism and Social Justice
PHIL267History and Limits of Aesthetic Theory
PHIL277Feminist Philosophy and Moral Theory (FGSS Gateway)
PHIL360Continental Philosophy's Others
PSYC259Discovering the Person
PSYC314Theories in Psychology
PSYC338Masculinities
RELI213Refugees & Exiles: Religion in the Diaspora
RELI220Modern Christian Thought
RELI272Ethics After the Holocaust
RELI292Reason and Revelation: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion
RELI299Imagining Communities: National Religions and Political Rituals
RELI307Ritual
SISP320Life and Death: Relations of Biopower and Necropower
SOC234Media and Society
SOC260Sound and Screen
SOC302Paternalism and Social Power
THEA302Contemporary Theater: Theories and Aesthetics

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