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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.

 

French

   •  FREN 137 CM - The Algerian War and the French Intelligentsia
   •  FREN 141 SC - Medieval French Literature, Culture, and Language
   •  FREN 151 PO - Men, Women, and Power
   •  FREN 154 SC - The 18th Century Novel: Experimentations in Form
   •  FREN 155 SC - Nature/Culture; Government/Utopia: Political Writings of the 18th Century
   •  FREN 160 SC - Hugo, Women, and the French Revolution
   •  FREN 170 SC - The Mad Artist in French Literature (1830-1930)
   •  FREN 171 SC - Aesthetics, Society, and Thematic Structures in the 19th-Century Novel in France
   •  FREN 173 SC - Wit and Ridicule in the French Salon
   •  FREN 175 PO - Writing the Exotic
   •  FREN 176 SC - "Voyage et Exotisme"
   •  FREN 179 SC - French Love Affairs: An Introduction to Proust
   •  FREN 182 SC - Contemporary Fiction in French
   •  FREN 183 CM - The Novel in France Since 1945
   •  FREN 184 SC - Portrait of Two Voices: Marguerite Yourcenar and Marguerite Duras
   •  FREN 191 SC - Senior Thesis
   •  FREN 199 SC - Independent Study in French Studies: Reading and Research

Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

   •  FGSS 026 SC - Introduction to Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
   •  FGSS 036 SC - Introduction to Queer Studies
   •  FGSS 179 SC - South Asian Feminisms
   •  FGSS 181 SC - Feminisms in Community: Community Engagement with Incarcerated Women
   •  FGSS 182 SC - Feminist Intersectional Pedagogies: Learning Grassroots Leadership Practices
   •  FGSS 183 SC - Sciences from "Below": Feminist and Queer Conceptions
   •  FGSS 184 SC - Feminist Theories: Antiracist, Postcolonial and Queer Critiques
   •  FGSS 186 SC - The Imperial University: Antiracist Feminisms and Student Movements in U.S. Higher Education
   •  FGSS 187J SC - Women and the Writing of Science
   •  FGSS 188 SC - Advanced Topics in Feminist Gender and Sexuality Studies
   •  FGSS 188E SC - The Queer Transpacific: Sinophone Cultures and Race/Ethnicity in Asian America
   •  FGSS 189 SC - Feminist & Queer Research Methods: Anti-Racist Perspectives
   •  FGSS 190 SC - Feminist and Queer Pedagogies
   •  FGSS 191 SC - Senior Thesis
   •  FGSS 192 SC - Antiracist Feminist and Queer Praxis: Theory, Ethics and Social Action
   •  FGSS 193 SC - Field Work Experience
   •  GWS 180 PO - Transnational Feminist Theory
   •  GWS 181 PO - Feminist Community Engagement: Bridging Theory with Praxis
   •  GWS 190 PO - Senior Seminar in Gender and Women's Studies
   •  GWS 301 CG - Introduction to Women and Gender Studies
   •  GWS 304 CG - Intro to Women's Studies in Religion
   •  GWS 325 CG - Masculinities and Race
   •  GWS 352 CG - Feminist and Queer Theory: Bodies of Knowledge

Geology

   •  GEOL 110 PO - Looking at the Earth: Using GIS and Images from Space to Explore our Environment
   •  GEOL 111A PO - Introduction to GIS
   •  GEOL 112 PO - Remote Sensing
   •  GEOL 125 PO - Earth History

German

   •  GERM 001 SC - Elementary German 1
   •  GERM 002 SC - Elementary German 2
   •  GERM 010 PO - Introduction to the Study of Language
   •  GERM 022 SC - Accelerated Introductory German
   •  GERM 033 SC - Intermediate German
   •  GERM 044 SC - Advanced German
   •  GERM 101 SC - Introduction to German Culture
   •  GERM 101B SC - Vienna Modernism
   •  GERM 101C SC - Introduction to German Culture: Pop and Protest in Fiction and Film
   •  GERM 102 SC - Introduction to German Literature
   •  GERM 103 SC - Introduction to German Media and Film
   •  GERM 104 PO - Introduction to German Composition
   •  GERM 105 SC - Berlin Stories
   •  GERM 128 PO - Multicultural Germany
   •  GERM 151 PO - Modern German Poetry
   •  GERM 152 PO - Drama as Experiment
   •  GERM 154 SC - Great German Fiction
   •  GERM 177 SC - The Pact with the Devil
   •  GERM 189 SC - German Across the Curriculum (GAC)
   •  GERM 191 SC - Senior Thesis
   •  GERM 193 PO - German Comprehensive Exams
   •  GERM 197 SC - Directed Studies in German
   •  GERM 199 SC - Independent Study in German Studies: Reading and Research

German Literature in English Translation

   •  GRMT 114 SC - Plotting Crime
   •  GRMT 115 SC - The Family and it Discontents
   •  GRMT 116 SC - The Decadents
   •  GRMT 117 SC - Berlin in the '20s: An Experiment in Modernity
   •  GRMT 119 SC - Modern Times
   •  GRMT 130 SC - Schools of Cultural Criticism: Culture and Critique
   •  GRMT 134 PO - National Stereotypes in Advertising
   •  GRMT 146 SC - Fairy Tales and the Female Storyteller
   •  GRMT 161 PO - Nationbuilding and Nationalism: A German Cultural History
   •  GRMT 162 PO - Rich, Pretty, and Orderly? - What Makes Switzerland Tick
   •  GRMT 167 SC - Metropolis: Imagining the City
   •  GRMT 170 PO - The Culture of Nature

Government

   •  GOVT 070 CM - Introduction to International Relations
   •  GOVT 090 CM - Intro Constitutional Law
   •  GOVT 095 CM - Legal Studies: Intro to Law
   •  GOVT 105 CM - Organization of Healthcare and Public Policy
   •  GOVT 106 CM - Politics of Interest Groups
   •  GOVT 111 CM - Politics and Population
   •  GOVT 112 CM - Public Policy Process
   •  GOVT 114 CM - Nonprofits, Philanthropy, and Public Policy
   •  GOVT 118 CM - The Processes of Environmental Policymaking
   •  GOVT 119 CM - Introduction to Environmental Law and Regulation
   •  GOVT 120 CM - Environmental Law
   •  GOVT 120E CM - Environmental Leadership
   •  GOVT 121 CM - Organization and Management
   •  GOVT 132E CM - Politics and Economics of Natural Resources Policy in Developing Countries
   •  GOVT 135 CM - Comparative Politics of the Middle East
   •  GOVT 140 CM - Korean Politics and Economy
   •  GOVT 142 CM - Governments and Politics of East Asia
   •  GOVT 144 CM - Political and Social Movements
   •  GOVT 145 CM - Conflict and Cooperation in Southeast Asia
   •  GOVT 146 CM - Chinese Foreign Policy
   •  GOVT 147 CM - Japanese Foreign and Defense Policy
 

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