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    Scripps College
   
 
  Sep 20, 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.

 

Art History

   •  ARHI 150 SC - The Arts of China
   •  ARHI 151 SC - The Arts of Japan
   •  ARHI 152 SC - Arts of Late Imperial China
   •  ARHI 154 SC - Japanese Prints
   •  ARHI 155 SC - The History of Gardens, East and West
   •  ARHI 159 SC - History of Art History
   •  ARHI 166 PO - The Crusades: A Cultural History
   •  ARHI 170 PO - The Early Renaissance in Italy
   •  ARHI 171 PO - High Renaissance and Mannerism in Italy
   •  ARHI 172 PO - Northern Renaissance Art
   •  ARHI 173 PO - Medieval and Renaissance City
   •  ARHI 174 PO - Italian Baroque Art
   •  ARHI 175 PO - Northern Baroque and Rococo Art
   •  ARHI 176 JT - Italian Cities
   •  ARHI 177 SC - Eighteenth-Century European Arts
   •  ARHI 178 PO - Black Aesthetics and the Politics of (Re)presentation
   •  ARHI 179 PO - Modern Architecture, City, Landscape and Sustainability
   •  ARHI 180 SC - Early Twentieth-Century European Avant-Gardes
   •  ARHI 180R SC - Russian and Soviet Avant-Gardes
   •  ARHI 181 PZ - Modern into Contemporary: Art from 1945-1989
   •  ARHI 183 PZ - The Art World Since 1989
   •  ARHI 184 PO - Modernism, Antimodernism, Postmodernism: A Social History of North American Art
   •  ARHI 185 SC - History of Photography
   •  ARHI 185K PO - Seminar: Topics in History of Photography
   •  ARHI 186 SC - Topics in Asian Art
   •  ARHI 186A PZ - Seminar: Theories of Contemporary Art
   •  ARHI 186B PZ - Seminar: Topics in Contemporary Art
   •  ARHI 186D PO - Cairo and Istanbul: Urban Space, Memory, Protest
   •  ARHI 186E PO - Art and Activism
   •  ARHI 186F PO - Seminar: Topics in North American Art
   •  ARHI 186G PO - Gendering the Renaissance
   •  ARHI 186K SC - Seminar in Modern Art
   •  ARHI 186L PO - Critical Race Theory, Representation, and the Rule of Law
   •  ARHI 186M SC - Seminar in Twentieth-Century Art
   •  ARHI 186P PO - Seminar: Women, Art, and Ideology
   •  ARHI 186Q PO - Reading the Art Museum
   •  ARHI 186T PO - Art and Time
   •  ARHI 186W PO - Whiteness: Race, Sex and Representation
   •  ARHI 187 SC - Old New Media
   •  ARHI 188 SC - Representing the Metropolis
   •  ARHI 189 SC - European Modernism 1840-1940
   •  ARHI 190 SC - Senior Seminar
   •  ARHI 190 PO - Senior Seminar in Art History
   •  ARHI 191 SC - Senior Thesis
   •  ARHI 199 SC - Independent Study in Art History: Reading and Research

Asian-American Studies

   •  ASAM 030 PZ - A Taste of Asian American Food Politics: An Exploration of Asian American Identity, Culture and Community Through Food
   •  ASAM 082 PZ - Racial Politics of Teaching
   •  ASAM 084 PZ - Nonviolent Social Change
   •  ASAM 085 PZ - Health Inequities: Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders
   •  ASAM 086 PZ - Social Documentation and Asian Americans
   •  ASAM 090 AA - Asian American and Multiracial Community Studies
   •  ASAM 094 PZ - Community Health
   •  ASAM 095 PZ - Asian Americans and Non-Profits
   •  ASAM 102 PZ - Fieldwork in Asian American Communities
   •  ASAM 103 PZ - Asian American Voices
   •  ASAM 105 PZ - Zines in Asian America
   •  ASAM 111 PZ - Pacific Islanders and Education
   •  ASAM 115 PZ - Methodologies
   •  ASAM 120 PZ - Critical Readings in Filipino American Studies
   •  ASAM 128 PZ - Body Art in the Diaspora
   •  ASAM 130 PZ - Science, Technology, Asian America
   •  ASAM 134 AA - South Asian American Experiences
   •  ASAM 135 PZ - Race, Empire, Fillipina/o America
   •  ASAM 160 AA - Asian American Women's Experience
   •  ASAM 171 PZ - Visual Culture at the Margins
   •  ASAM 179B HM - Asian Americans and the Law
   •  ASAM 179D AA - Mixed Race Experience
   •  ASAM 179E AA - Asian/Americans and Popular Culture
   •  ASAM 187 AA - Arts Activism, Asian Americans, and Pacific Islanders
   •  ASAM 188 PZ - Decolonizing Education
   •  ASAM 189 PZ - Globalization and Oceania: Hawai'i and Tonga
   •  ASAM 190 PO - Asian American Studies Senior Seminar: Applications, Analysis and Future Directions
   •  ASAM 191 SC - Asian American Studies Senior Thesis
   •  ASAM 197 AA - Special Topics in Asian American Studies
   •  ASAM 199 SC - Independent Study in Asian Studies: Reading and Research
   •  ENGL 054 PO - Asian/American Literature Since 2000

Astronomy

   •  ASTR 006 PO - Archaeoastronomy/World Cosmology
   •  ASTR 066L KS - Elementary Astronomy

Biology

   •  BIOL 002A PO - Biology, Gender and Society
   •  BIOL 039L KS - Analyses of Human Motor Skills
   •  BIOL 040L KS - Introduction to Biological Chemistry
   •  BIOL 043L KS - Introductory Biology
   •  BIOL 044L KS - Introductory Biology
   •  BIOL 057L KS - Concepts in Biology
   •  BIOL 067L KS - Conservation Ecology and Management
   •  BIOL 080L KS - Behavioral Neurobiology: How Nervous Systems Produce Behavior
   •  BIOL 082L KS - Plant Biotechnology in a "Greener" World
   •  BIOL 084L JT - Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology
   •  BIOL 085L JT - Global Public Health: Physiology and Policy
   •  BIOL 109 KS - Biological and Environmental Science
   •  BIOL 110 SC - Biochemistry for Pre-Health
   •  BIOL 120 KS - Research Tools in Organismal Biology
   •  BIOL 131L KS - Vertebrate Physiology
   •  BIOL 132L KS - Comparative Physiology
   •  BIOL 133L KS - Introduction to Computational Neuroscience
   •  BIOL 135L KS - Field Biology
   •  BIOL 137 KS - EEP Clinic
   •  BIOL 138L KS - Applied Ecology and Conservation with Lab
   •  BIOL 139 KS - Applied Ecology and Conservation
   •  BIOL 140 KS - Selected Topics in Neuroscience
 

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