W Course Syllabi

Anthropology 290W: Anthropology of Islam / Limbert (F05)

Comparative Literature 102W: Great Books II – Colonialism / Anti-Colonialism / Winks (S07)

Comparative Literature 102W: Great Books II – Humor & Laughter / Amatulli (S08)

East Asian Studies 255W: Early Japanese Women Writers and The Tale of Genji / Cook (S08)

English 120W: Writing, Literature, & Culture / Kelley (S07)

English 150W: Introduction to Literary Studies / Altschuler (S08)

English 150W: Introduction to Literary Studies / Mansbridge (S08)

English 150W: Introduction to Literary Studies / Tougaw (F05)

English 150W: Introduction to Literary Studies / Wan (F07)

English 151W: Great Works of English Literature / Kelley (S07)

English 201W: Wring for Business / Agabian (S08)

English 211W: Writing Nonfiction Prose / Agabian (S08)

English 395W: The Plight of Sympathy / Faherty (F07)

English 395W: States of Affect / Faherty (S08)

English 399W: Literature and Ecocriticism / Buell (F07-S08)

History 276W: Immigration and Ethnicity in America / Conolly-Smith (F06)

History 370W: Film and History / Conolly-Smith (F06)

History 392W: Crime and Justice in Latin America / Chazkel (F04)

Japanese 255W: Early Japanese Women Writers and the Tale of Genji /Cook (F04)

Math 213W: Math with Mathematica / Cowen (S05)

Media Studies 300W: Media Criticism / Herzog (S07)

Media Studies 330W: The Music Industry / Herzog (S08)

Media Studies 342W: Film Genres: Film Noir / Cornell (S07)

Media Studies 342W: A GENRE: Holocaust Film / Liebman (F07)
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Media Studies 343W: True Stories? Non Fiction Forms /Cornell (S07)

Physics 220W: Current Issues in Physics (S06)
A poster that details Steven Schwarz’s writing-intensive course.

Political Science 384W: Seminar in Int’l Politics / Sun (S08)

Psychology 213W: Experimental Psychology / Farrel (F07)

Psychology 213W: Experimental Psychology / Rockwell (F07)

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