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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.

 

Chinese

   •  CHIN 051A PO - Intermediate Chinese
   •  CHIN 051B PO - Intermediate Chinese
   •  CHIN 051H PO - Intermediate Chinese for Bilinguals
   •  CHIN 111A PO - Advanced Chinese
   •  CHIN 111B PO - Advanced Chinese
   •  CHIN 124 PO - Readings in Current Japanese
   •  CHIN 125 PO - Modern Chinese Literature
   •  CHIN 127 PO - Advanced Readings in Modern Chinese Literature
   •  CHIN 131 PO - Introduction to Classical Chinese
   •  CHIN 145 PO - Survey of Classical Chinese Literature
   •  CHIN 192A PO - Senior Project
   •  CHIN 192B PO - Senior Project
   •  CHIN 199 PO - Reading and Research

Chinese Literature in English Translation

   •  CHNT 164 PO - Chinese Literature in English: Poetry and Poetics
   •  CHNT 166 PO - Chinese Fiction, Old and New
   •  CHNT 167 PO - Urban Imaginations: The City in Chinese Literature and Film
   •  CHNT 168 PO - Gender and Sexuality in Modern Chinese Literature

Classics

   •  CLAS 001 PO - Greek and Roman Classics
   •  CLAS 008A SC - Introductory Latin
   •  CLAS 008B SC - Introductory Latin
   •  CLAS 010 SC - The Epic Tradition
   •  CLAS 012 SC - Greek Tragedy
   •  CLAS 014 SC - Ancient Comedy
   •  CLAS 018 SC - The Ancient Novel and Romance
   •  CLAS 019 SC - The Ancient World in Film
   •  CLAS 020 PZ - Fantastic Archaeology: Modern Myths, Pseudo-Science, and the Study of the Past
   •  CLAS 022 PO - Intensive Introductory Greek
   •  CLAS 032 PO - Advanced Introductory Latin
   •  CLAS 051A PO - Introductory Classical Greek
   •  CLAS 051B PO - Introductory Classical Greek
   •  CLAS 052 PO - Introductory Classical Greek Accelerated
   •  CLAS 052A PO - Elementary Classical Hebrew
   •  CLAS 052B PO - Elementary Classical Hebrew
   •  CLAS 052C PO - Classical Hebrew
   •  CLAS 060 SC - Greek Civilization
   •  CLAS 061 PO - Roman Life and Literature
   •  CLAS 064 PO - Gods, Humans, and Justice in Ancient Greece
   •  CLAS 100 SC - Intermediate Latin
   •  CLAS 101A SC - Intermediate Classical Greek
   •  CLAS 101B SC - Intermediate Classical Greek
   •  CLAS 103 PO - Intermediate Latin: Medieval
   •  CLAS 104 PO - Readings in Koine Greek
   •  CLAS 108 SC - Latin Prose Composition
   •  CLAS 110 PO - Cicero
   •  CLAS 112 SC - Vergil
   •  CLAS 113 PO - History of Sexuality: the Classical World
   •  CLAS 114 SC - Female and Male in Ancient Greece
   •  CLAS 121 JT - Classical Mythology
   •  CLAS 125 PZ - Ancient Spectacle: Glory, Games and Gore in Ancient Greece and Rome
   •  CLAS 130 SC - Roman Decadence
   •  CLAS 145 SC - Ancient Political Thought
   •  CLAS 150 SC - Special Topics in Ancient Studies
   •  CLAS 161 PZ - Greek Art and Archaeology
   •  CLAS 162 PZ - Roman Art and Archaeology
   •  CLAS 164 PZ - Pompeii and the Cities of Vesuvius
   •  CLAS 175 PZ - International Cultural Heritage
   •  CLAS 181A SC - Advanced Latin Readings
   •  CLAS 181B SC - Advanced Latin Readings
   •  CLAS 182A PO - Advanced Greek Readings
   •  CLAS 182B PO - Advanced Greek Readings
   •  CLAS 190 SC - Senior Seminar in Classics
   •  CLAS 191 SC - Senior Thesis
   •  CLAS 199 SC - Independent Study in Classics: Reading and Research

Computer Science

   •  CSCI 000 HM - Intro to Computing and Programming
   •  CSCI 005 HM - Introducation to Computer Science
   •  CSCI 051 CM - Introduction to Computer Science
   •  CSCI 052 PO - Fundamentals of Computer Science

Core Courses

   •  CORE 001 SC - Histories of the Present: Community
   •  CORE 002 SC - Becoming Someone Else in American Culture
   •  CORE 002 SC - Communities and Faultlines: Militarism and Building Anti-Racist Feminist and Queer Solidarities
   •  CORE 002 SC - Constructions of (Dis)Ability
   •  CORE 002 SC - Contract Enforcement: Histories of the Mafia, Past and Present
   •  CORE 002 SC - Death
   •  CORE 002 SC - Decolonizing: First Nations Musics and Literatures
   •  CORE 002 SC - Desire and Decadence: Interdisciplinary Contexts in Fin-de-Siecle Europe
   •  CORE 002 SC - Discord and Dialog
   •  CORE 002 SC - Eat the Rich! Capitalism and Work
   •  CORE 002 SC - Ecological Justice
   •  CORE 002 SC - Hunger
   •  CORE 002 SC - Incentives Matter: The Economics of Gender and Choice
   •  CORE 002 SC - Interdisciplinary Core 2
   •  CORE 002 SC - Investigating Humor in Literature and Mass Media
   •  CORE 002 SC - Lights, Camera, Murder! Crimes and Trials in France and the U.S
   •  CORE 002 SC - Marginalized Communities
   •  CORE 002 SC - Misrepresentation of Women in Society and Science
   •  CORE 002 SC - Nerds and Geeks
   •  CORE 002 SC - Old New Media
   •  CORE 002 SC - Plantation Empires: Gender, Labor, Race and the Construction of "Difference"
   •  CORE 002 SC - Poetry of the Revolution: The Manifesto
   •  CORE 002 SC - Riotous Americans: Los Angeles and the Poetics of Unrest
   •  CORE 002 SC - Shakespeare's Tragedies Then and Now
   •  CORE 002 SC - Terms of Modernity
   •  CORE 002 SC - The Art of Medicine, Medicine in the Arts: the body in Italian Literature
   •  CORE 002 SC - The Construction of Kinship
   •  CORE 002 SC - The Detective in the City
   •  CORE 002 SC - The Language of Music
   •  CORE 002 SC - The Question of the Animal, Ancient and Contemporary
   •  CORE 002 SC - The Self and the Origins of the State in the Western World
   •  CORE 002 SC - Travel, Encounter, and the History of Religion
   •  CORE 002 SC - Urban Nights: Gender, Work, and Experiences
 

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