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    Scripps College
   
 
  Dec 13, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Scripps Catalog

Courses


Descriptions are provided for courses offered at Scripps College and offered as part of joint or cooperative programs in which Scripps participates. For those courses that may appear under more than one discipline or department, the full course description appears under the discipline or department sponsoring the course and cross-reference is made under the associated discipline or department. Numbers followed by, for example, “AA,” “AF,” or “CH,” indicate courses sponsored by The Claremont Colleges as part of joint programs, i.e., Asian American Studies, Africana Studies, and Chicana/o-Latina/o Studies.

Please refer to the Schedule of Courses on the Scripps Portal published each semester by the Office of the Registrar for up-to-date information on course offerings.

All courses are 1.0 credit unless otherwise stated.

 

History

   •  HIST 110 SC - Renaissance Venice: Politics, Society, and Visual Culture
   •  HIST 110AK PO - Gunpowder Empires: Ottomans, Safavids, and Mughals
   •  HIST 110B PO - Gender and Nation in Modern Latin America and the Caribbean
   •  HIST 110S CH - Latina/o Oral Histories
   •  HIST 110WH PO - Heresy and Church
   •  HIST 110WW PO - Holy War in Early Christianity and Islam
   •  HIST 111 SC - The Worlds of Niccolo Machiavelli
   •  HIST 113 SC - Venice and the Islamic East, 1350-1750
   •  HIST 114 SC - The Renaissance on the Margins: Gender, Slavery, and Heresy, 1450-1750
   •  HIST 115 SC - The Making of Leviathan
   •  HIST 116 SC - Baroque Civilization: Politics, Religion, and Science in the Seventeenth Century
   •  HIST 117 SC - Capitalism in the Renaissance
   •  HIST 122 CM - American Schools
   •  HIST 122 PO - The Historical Film
   •  HIST 123 SC - Introduction to the Philosophy and History of Culture
   •  HIST 124 SC - Paris and the Birth of Modernity in the Nineteenth-Century
   •  HIST 125 AA - Introduction to Asian American History, 1850-Present
   •  HIST 125 PO - The US in the Middle East
   •  HIST 126 CM - American Constitution and Legal Development
   •  HIST 127 CH - American Inequality
   •  HIST 127 SC - Rousseau, Tocqueville, Foucault
   •  HIST 128 HM - Immigration and Ethnicity in America
   •  HIST 130 CM - Ottoman Power and Urban History
   •  HIST 130 SC - Schools of Cultural Criticism: Culture and Critique
   •  HIST 131 HM - The Jewish Experience in America
   •  HIST 131C CM - Crusading Mentalities
   •  HIST 131S HM - The Jewish Experience in America
   •  HIST 134 PZ - Empire and Sexuality
   •  HIST 134 SC - France/Algeria
   •  HIST 138 SC - Disease, Identity, and Society
   •  HIST 139E CM - Culture and Society in Weimar and Nazi Germany
   •  HIST 140 PO - Empire and Colonialism in the Middle East and North Africa
   •  HIST 140B SC - Contemporary Latin America and the Caribbean
   •  HIST 141 PO - Environmental History of the Middle East and North Africa
   •  HIST 141 SC - Working People in the Americas: Race, Labor, and Organizing
   •  HIST 143 SC - Cuba/Bolivia/Venezuela: Revolution
   •  HIST 143 AF - Slavery and Freedom in the New World
   •  HIST 144 SC - Haiti & Colombia - Maroon Nations & Paramilitary States
   •  HIST 145 PO - Afro-Latin America
   •  HIST 146 AF - Women and Slavery: In Africa, the Indian Ocean, and the Arab and Atlantic Worlds
   •  HIST 146 SC - Zapatistas/Mayan Rebels
   •  HIST 147 PO - Mughal India
   •  HIST 147 SC - The Church of the Poor in Latin America and the Caribbean
   •  HIST 148 PZ - Gender in African History
   •  HIST 149 PO - Iran and the World
   •  HIST 150 HM - Technology and Medicine
   •  HIST 152 PZ - Down and Out: The Great Depression, 1929-1941
   •  HIST 153 AF - Slave Women in Antebellum America
   •  HIST 154 SC - The Old South and Modern Memory
   •  HIST 158 JT - Civil War and Reconstruction
   •  HIST 159I CM - Travel and Encounter in the Islamic World
   •  HIST 160L SC - History of Latinas in the U.S
   •  HIST 161 CM - Modern Korean History
   •  HIST 162 CM - Traditional China
   •  HIST 163 CM - Modern China
   •  HIST 164 CM - People's Republic of China
   •  HIST 165 CM - China and the U.S. in the Twentieth Century
   •  HIST 166 CM - Imperial China
   •  HIST 166 SC - Political and Cultural Criticism in the U.S
   •  HIST 167 PO - Early Modern Japan
   •  HIST 167 SC - US Urban Space, Race, and Policy
   •  HIST 168 PZ - Diaspora, Gender, and Identity
   •  HIST 168 PO - Modern Japan
   •  HIST 169 PO - State and Citizen in Modern Japan
   •  HIST 170 PZ - Hybrid Identities: Early Modern Spain, Spanish America, and the Philippines
   •  HIST 171 AF - African American Women in the United States
   •  HIST 173 AF - Black Intellectuals and the Politics of Race
   •  HIST 173 PZ - Religion, Violence, and Tolerance, 1450-1650
   •  HIST 174 SC - The "American" 1960s
   •  HIST 175 PZ - Magic, Heresy and Gender in the Atlantic World, 1400-1700
   •  HIST 175 SC - War, Empire, and Society in the U.S., 1898-Present
   •  HIST 175 CM - Women and Politics in America
   •  HIST 176 AF - Civil Rights Movement in the Modern Era
   •  HIST 177 SC - The U.S. in the 1920s: Fords, Flappers, and Fundamentalists
   •  HIST 179 CM - Researching the Holocaust
   •  HIST 179C HM - Special Topics in History: Science in Fiction
   •  HIST 180 SC - Proseminar: What is History?
   •  HIST 181 PO - Early Modern Japan
   •  HIST 183 HM - Science and Technology in American Culture
   •  HIST 183 CM - The Fall of Rome and the End of Empire
   •  HIST 184 PZ - Women and Gender, 1300-1650
   •  HIST 189 CM - The Cultural Revolution
   •  HIST 190 SC - Senior Seminar in History
   •  HIST 191 SC - Senior Thesis
   •  HIST 197 SC - Topics in Historical Study
   •  HIST 197C SC - The History of Economic Thought
   •  HIST 197G JT - Rethinking Radicalism: Progress and Its Critics
   •  HIST 199 SC - Independent Study in History: Reading and Research

Humanities

The Humanities Institute was founded in 1986 to promote interdisciplinary research and public discussion of important issues in culture and society. Each semester the Institute sponsors a series of events on a significant theme in the humanities. The programs of the Institute include conferences, lectures, readings, exhibitions, and film series and bring to Scripps College scholars, scientists, and artists who are of special interest to the community. Students can apply to participate in the work of the Institute. Fellows, who are appointed for one term, take a research seminar (Humanities 195J) in addition to attending all the events of the Institute and creating a final project.

   •  HUM 195J SC - Fellowship in the Humanities Institute

Humanities Major: Culture

   •  HMSC 123 SC - Introduction to the Philosophy and History of Culture
   •  HMSC 130 SC - Schools of Cultural Criticism: Culture and Critique
   •  HMSC 133 SC - Freud/Derrida
   •  HMSC 134 SC - Foundations in Postcolonial Theory
   •  HMSC 136 SC - Cultural Critique and Capitalism
   •  HMSC 138 SC - Genet
   •  HMSC 148 SC - The Poetry and Science of Sleep
   •  HMSC 167 SC - Metropolis: Imagining the City
   •  HMSC 185 SC - Humanities Major Junior Seminar
   •  HMSC 190 SC - Senior Seminar
   •  HMSC 191 SC - Senior Thesis
 

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