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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.

 

English

   •  ENGL 101 SC - Readings in British Literature
   •  ENGL 102 SC - Readings in American Literature
   •  ENGL 104 SC - Introduction to Poetry and Poetics
   •  ENGL 106 PO - 19th Century U.S. Women Writers
   •  ENGL 111 SC - Shakespeare: Comedies and Histories
   •  ENGL 112 PO - Early Modern Romance
   •  ENGL 112 PZ - Rule Britannia: Imperialism in Victorian Literature and Culture
   •  ENGL 112 SC - Shakespeare: Tragedies and Romances
   •  ENGL 113 PO - Step Right Up: Race, Gender and Popular Culture, 1865-1917
   •  ENGL 114 PO - Asian/American Forms
   •  ENGL 114 PZ - British Women Writers Before 1900
   •  ENGL 115 PO - Eating and Other: Race, Gender and Literary Food Studies
   •  ENGL 115 SC - Milton
   •  ENGL 118 PO - Nature of Narrative in Fiction and Film
   •  ENGL 118S SC - Rhyme and Reason in the Renaissance
   •  ENGL 119 PO - Graphic Novels
   •  ENGL 120 SC - Eighteenth-Century British Literature
   •  ENGl 121 SC - The Satirical Imagination
   •  ENGL 122 SC - Gothic Fiction
   •  ENGL 122 AF - Healing Narratives
   •  ENGL 123 SC - Romantic Literature
   •  ENGL 124 AF - AfroFuturisms
   •  ENGL 125 SC - Victorian Novel
   •  ENGL 125C AF - Introduction to African American Literature: In the African-Atlantic Tradition
   •  ENGL 125D AF - Film and Literature of the African Diaspora
   •  ENGL 128 PZ - Writing the Body
   •  ENGL 129 SC - Literature of the Fin de Siècle
   •  ENGL 130 SC - Character and the Novel
   •  ENGL 130 AF - Topics in 20th Century African Diaspora Literature
   •  ENGL 131 SC - Modern British Novel
   •  ENGL 132 AF - Black Queer Narratives and Theories
   •  ENGL 132S SC - Hardy and Lawrence
   •  ENGL 133S SC - Virginia Woolf
   •  ENGL 140 PO - Literature of Incarceration: Writings from No Man's Land
   •  ENGL 141 SC - The Slave Narrative and the Novel of Slavery
   •  ENGL 142 SC - The Early American Novel
   •  ENGL 143S SC - Literature and Popular Culture in the Antebellum United States
   •  ENGL 144 SC - Melville & Douglass
   •  ENGL 145 SC - American Women Writers
   •  ENGL 147 PO - Contemporary Critical Theory
   •  ENGL 151 SC - American Modernism
   •  ENGL 153 PO - Chaucer and His World
   •  ENGL 157 SC - James Baldwin: Influences and Legacy
   •  ENGL 158 PO - Jane Austen and the Reader
   •  ENGL 160 PO - Theories of Authorship
   •  ENGL 160S SC - Postwar American Poetry
   •  ENGL 161 SC - The Futures of Asian/America
   •  ENGL 162 SC - Asian American Literature: Gender and Sexuality
   •  ENGL 163 SC - Contemporary American Graphic Novels
   •  ENGL 163 PO - Eliot and Virginia Woolf
   •  ENGL 164 AF - Harlem Renaissance
   •  ENGL 166 PZ - Writing the Body/Writing Community
   •  ENGL 167A CH - Chicano Movement Literature
   •  ENGL 167B CH - Contemporary Chicana/o Literature
   •  ENGL 167C CH - Contemporary Chicana Literature Seminar
   •  ENGL 167D CH - Chicana/o Short Fiction
   •  ENGL 170A PO - History of the Book
   •  ENGL 170J PO - Special Topics in American Literature: Toni Morrison
   •  ENGL 171S SC - The Postcolonial Novel
   •  ENGL 172S SC - Queer Postcolonial Literature and Theory
   •  ENGL 173 SC - Human Rights and World Literature
   •  ENGL 175 PZ - Contemporary Chicano/a Literature
   •  ENGL 180 SC - Seminar in Literary Theory
   •  ENGL 182 SC - Politics and Aesthetics
   •  ENGL 189J PO - Topics in Asian American Literature
   •  ENGL 191 SC - Poetry Writing Workshop
   •  ENGL 193 SC - Fiction Writing Workshop
   •  ENGL 194S SC - Advanced Fiction Writing Workshop
   •  ENGL 196 AF - Major Figures in 20th-Century American Literature: James Baldwin
   •  ENGL 199 SC - Independent Study in English: Reading and Research
   •  ENGL 199T SC - Senior Thesis

Foreign Languages

   •  FLAN 101 SC - Foreign Language and Culture Teaching Clinic 2
   •  FLAN 191 SC - Senior Thesis
   •  FLAN 199 SC - Independent Study

French

   •  FREN 001 SC - Introductory French
   •  FREN 002 SC - Continued Introductory French
   •  FREN 022 SC - Intensive Introductory French
   •  FREN 033 SC - Intermediate French
   •  FREN 044 SC - Advanced French: Readings in Literature and Civilization
   •  FREN 100 SC - French Culture and Civilization
   •  FREN 104 SC - History, Memory, and Loss: Vichy (1940-45) in Contemporary France
   •  FREN 106 SC - The French Business World and its Language
   •  FREN 107 SC - Headline News: Advanced Oral Expression and Composition in Current Events and Culture
   •  FREN 110 PO - Contemporary French Film
   •  FREN 110 SC - Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité? France and the Crises of Globalization
   •  FREN 111 SC - French Cinema: Images of Women in French Film
   •  FREN 112 CM - Le Théâtre Francophone
   •  FREN 114 SC - Reality Matters: Exploring "Le Cinéma du Réel"
   •  FREN 117 CM - Novel and Cinema in Africa and the Caribbean
   •  FREN 118 SC - Being French From Paris to Montreal
   •  FREN 120 CM - Order and Revolt in French Literature
   •  FREN 121 SC - The Politics of Love
   •  FREN 122 SC - French Women Writers from Marie de France to Madame de La Fayette
   •  FREN 123 SC - Representations of the Self: From Rousseau to Lévi-Strauss
   •  FREN 124 SC - The Novelist and Society in France
   •  FREN 130 SC - French Theater from Text to Stage I: Theatricality and "Mise en Scène."
   •  FREN 131 SC - French Theater from Text to Stage II: The Tragic and Comic Muse
   •  FREN 132 CM - Introduction to North African Literature (after Independence)
   •  FREN 133 CM - Africa in France
   •  FREN 135 CM - The Art of the Short Story
 

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