•  AFRI 009 PZ - Community Poetry: Black Feminist rEVO
  •  AFRI 010A AF - Introduction to Africana Studies
  •  AFRI 010B AF - Introduction to Africana Studies: Research Methods
  •  AFRI 116 AF - Marxism and the Black Radical Tradition
  •  AFRI 119 AF - Africana Studies Journal & New Media
  •  AFRI 121 AF - Africana Philosophy
  •  AFRI 125 AF - Afro Pessimism in Politics of Hope
  •  AFRI 132 AF - Black Queer Writing Workshop
  •  AFRI 144A AF - Black Women Feminism(s) and Social Change
  •  AFRI 166 AF - Special Studies in African American Literatures
  •  AFRI 190 AF - Senior Seminar
  •  AFRI 191 AF - Senior Thesis
  •  AFRI 195F AF - Transnationalism
  •  AFRI 199 SC - Independent Study in Africana Studies
  •  AFRI 199DR AF - Africana Studies Directed Readings
  •  AMST 103 SC - Introduction to American Cultures
  •  AMST 110 SC - Migrant Memoir
  •  AMST 120 HM - Hyphenated Americans
  •  AMST 128 SC - Race, Space, and Difference
  •  AMST 180 SC - American Studies Seminar
  •  AMST 190 SC - Senior Thesis Seminar
  •  AMST 191 SC - Senior Thesis
  •  AMST 199 SC - Independent Study in American Studies: Reading and Research
  •  ANTH 001 PZ - Introduction to Archaeology and Biological Anthropology
  •  ANTH 002 SC - Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology
  •  ANTH 002 PO - Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology
  •  ANTH 002 PZ - Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology
  •  ANTH 003 PZ - Language, Culture, and Society
  •  ANTH 009 PZ - Food, Culture, Power
  •  ANTH 011 PZ - The World Since 1492
  •  ANTH 012 PZ - Native Americans and Their Environments
  •  ANTH 016 PZ - Introduction to Nepal
  •  ANTH 025 SC - Anthropology of the Middle East
  •  ANTH 047 SC - The Anthropology of Religion
  •  ANTH 050 PZ - Sex, Body, Reproduction
  •  ANTH 052 PZ - Indigenous Societies: Histories of Encounters
  •  ANTH 055 PO - Power, Politics and Culture
  •  ANTH 070 PZ - Culture and the Self
  •  ANTH 076 PZ - American Political Discourses
  •  ANTH 080 PZ - Anthropology of the United States
  •  ANTH 083 PZ - Life Stories
  •  ANTH 086 PZ - Anthropology of Public Policy
  •  ANTH 087 SC - Contemporary Issues in Gender and Islam
  •  ANTH 088 PZ - China: Gender, Cosmology, and the State
  •  ANTH 089 PZ - The American Sixties
  •  ANTH 097G SC - Political Anthropology
  •  ANTH 099 PZ - China in the 21st Century: Gender, Culture, Nation
  •  ANTH 100 PZ - Cannibalism, Shamanism, Alterity
  •  ANTH 101 PZ - Theory and Method in Archaeology
  •  ANTH 102 PZ - Museums and Material Culture
  •  ANTH 103 PZ - Museums: Behind the Glass
  •  ANTH 105 PZ - Field Methods in Anthropology
  •  ANTH 105 SC - Field Methods in Antrhopology
  •  ANTH 105 PO - Methods in Anthropological Inquiry
  •  ANTH 107 PO - Medical Anthropology
  •  ANTH 107 SC - Medical Anthropology and Global Health
  •  ANTH 108 SC - Kinship, Family, Sexuality
  •  ANTH 108 PZ - Kinship, Family, Sexuality
  •  ANTH 110 HM - Life: Knowledge, Belief and Cultural Practices
  •  ANTH 110 PZ - Nature and Society in Amazonia
  •  ANTH 111 PZ - Historical Archaeology
  •  ANTH 111 HM - Introduction to the Anthropology of Science and Technology
  •  ANTH 113 SC - Ethnographic Tales of the City: Anthropological Approaches to Urban Life
  •  ANTH 114 SC - Science, Medicine, and Colonialism
  •  ANTH 115 SC - Stuff: The Social Life of Commodities
  •  ANTH 117 PZ - Language and Power
  •  ANTH 119 SC - East Asia in Ethnography and Film
  •  ANTH 121 SC - Science, Medicine, and Technology
  •  ANTH 127 SC - Settler Colonialism
  •  ANTH 128 SC - Refugees, Migrants, and Citizenship
  •  ANTH 129 SC - Politics of Public Art
  •  ANTH 133 PZ - Indians in Action
  •  ANTH 136 PZ - The Social Life of Digital Media
  •  ANTH 142 SC - Culture and Politics in Latin America
  •  ANTH 150 PO - Anthropology of Religion
  •  ANTH 153 PZ - History of Anthropological Theory
  •  ANTH 153 SC - History of Anthropological Theory
  •  ANTH 156 PO - Comparative Muslim Societies in Asia
  •  ANTH 168 PZ - Prehistoric Humans and Their Environments
  •  ANTH 170 PZ - Seminar in Human Evolution
  •  ANTH 171 SC - Seminar in Sexuality and Religion
  •  ANTH 185 SC - Topics in Anthropology of the Middle East/North Africa
  •  ANTH 185P SC - Topics in Anthropology of the Middle East/North Africa: Palestine in Ethnography and Film
  •  ANTH 190 SC - Senior Seminar in Anthropology and Ethnographic Writing
  •  ANTH 191 SC - Senior Thesis
  •  ARBC 001 CM - Introductory Arabic
  •  ARBC 002 CM - Continuing Introductory Arabic
  •  ARBC 033 CM - Intermediate Arabic
  •  ARBC 120 CM - Arabic Grammar: Morphology & Syntax
  •  ARBC 130 CM - Modern Arabic Prose and Poetry
  •  ARBC 140 CM - Arabic Media
  •  ARBC 148 CM - Special Topics: Arabic Literature and Culture
  •  ARBC 166 CM - Modern Arab Culture and Thought
  •  ARBT 110 CM - Modern Arabic Poetry in Translation
  •  ARBT 122 JT - Arab/Islamic Cultural Histories
  •  ARCN 101 SC - Introduction to Art Conservation and Cultural Sustainability
  •  ARCN 110 SC - Artists' Materials and Technologies-Ancient and Modern
  •  ARCN 115 SC - Art and Crime: Plunder, Fakes & Forensics
  •  ARCN 120 SC - Global Tourism, Climate Change and World Heritage Preservation
  •  ARCN 125 SC - Preserving Cultural Landscapes
  •  ARCN 130 SC - Unraveling the Gordian Knot: Archaeological Conservation and the Tomb of King Midas
  •  ARCN 144 SC - Capturing Art: Cultural Sustainability and Digital Preservation Analysis in 100 Objects
  •  ARHI 001A PO - Introduction to the History of Art: Prehistory to c. 1400
  •  ARHI 001B PO - Introduction to the History of Art: c. 1400 to the Present
  •  ARHI 120 PO - Introduction to Islamic Art
  •  ARHI 121 PO - Islamic Painting: Landscape, Body, Power
  •  ARHI 122 PO - Sensory Spaces, Tactile Objects: The Senses in Art and Architecture
  •  ARHI 125 CM - Rembrandt's World: Invention and Exploration in the 17th Century
  •  ARHI 130 PO - Modern Latinx American Art
  •  ARHI 132 CM - Latin American Art: 1500-1800
  •  ARHI 133 PO - Art, Conquest and Colonization
  •  ARHI 135 PO - Picturing a Nation: Art and Nationalism in 19th Century North America
  •  ARHI 137 PZ - Tradition and Transformation in Native North American Art
  •  ARHI 138 PZ - Native American Art Collections Research
  •  ARHI 140 PO - The Arts of Africa
  •  ARHI 141A PO - (Re)presenting Africa: Art, History, and Film
  •  ARHI 141M PO - Representing Blackness: Music and Masculinities from Class to A$$
  •  ARHI 144B PO - Daughters of Africa: Art, Cinema, Theory, Love
  •  ARHI 150 SC - The Arts of China
  •  ARHI 151 SC - The Arts of Japan
  •  ARHI 152 SC - Arts of Late Imperial China
  •  ARHI 153 SC - Art and Architecture of India
  •  ARHI 154 SC - Japanese Prints
  •  ARHI 155 SC - The History of Gardens, East and West
  •  ARHI 160 SC - Art and the British Empire
  •  ARHI 161 SC - Photography and the Archive
  •  ARHI 162 SC - Art of the Pacific Voyage
  •  ARHI 166 PO - The Crusades: Cross-Cultural History
  •  ARHI 172 PO - Northern Renaissance Art
  •  ARHI 174 PO - Italian Baroque Art
  •  ARHI 176 JT - Italian Cities
  •  ARHI 178 PO - Black Aesthetics and the Politics of (Re)presentation
  •  ARHI 179 PO - Modern Architecture, City, Landscape and Sustainability
  •  ARHI 180 SC - Architectural Models, Monuments, and Miniatures
  •  ARHI 180R SC - Russian and Soviet Avant-Gardes
  •  ARHI 181 PZ - Modern in Contemporary: Art from 1945-1989
  •  ARHI 182 SC - The Bauhaus
  •  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 - Topics: History of Photography: American Landscape
  •  ARHI 186A PZ - Seminar: Theories of Contemporary Art
  •  ARHI 186B PZ - Seminar: Topics in Contemporary Art
  •  ARHI 186C SC - Topics in Asian Art
  •  ARHI 186D PO - Cairo and Istanbul: Urban Space, Memory, Protes
  •  ARHI 186E PO - Art and Activism
  •  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 186Q PO - Reading the Art Museum
  •  ARHI 186T PZ - Things
  •  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
  •  ART 020 PO - Black and White Photography
  •  ART 021 PO - Foundations of 2D Design
  •  ART 100 SC - Studio Art: Theory, History and Practice
  •  ART 101 SC - Introduction to Painting
  •  ART 102 SC - Intermediate and Advanced Painting
  •  ART 105 SC - Introduction to Drawing
  •  ART 106 SC - Intermediate and Advanced Drawing
  •  ART 120 SC - Introduction to Wheel Throwing
  •  ART 121 SC - Introduction to Ceramic Sculpture
  •  ART 122 SC - Systems: Expanded Ceramic Process
  •  ART 123 SC - Figurative Ceramic Sculpture
  •  ART 125 SC - Sculpture
  •  ART 128 PO - Installation: Site, Time, and Context
  •  ART 134 SC - Crossing Media: Moving Between Analog and Digital in Printmaking
  •  ART 135 SC - Letterpress & Book Arts
  •  ART 136 SC - The Artist's Book
  •  ART 137 SC - Social Justice & Book Arts
  •  ART 141 SC - Introduction to Digital Art
  •  ART 142 SC - Intermediate Digital Art
  •  ART 143 SC - Advanced Digital Art
  •  ART 144 SC - Advanced Web Projects
  •  ART 145 SC - Introduction to Black and White Darkroom Photography
  •  ART 146 SC - Intermediate and Advanced Black-and-White Photography
  •  ART 147 SC - Intermediate and Advanced Digital Photography
  •  ART 148 SC - Introduction to Video Art
  •  ART 149 SC - Intermediate Video Art
  •  ART 181 SC - Topics Seminar in Studio Art
  •  ART 181B SC - The Critical Landscape: Photography from the Sublime to the Anthropocene
  •  ART 181G SC - Topics Seminar in Studio Art: Beauty & Abject: Race/Gender/Art
  •  ART 181M SC - Topics Seminar in Studio Art: Feminist Concepts and Strategies in Studio Art and Media Studies
  •  ART 181N SC - Contemporary Practices: Artists
  •  ART 192 SC - Senior Project and Seminar in Art
  •  ART 193 SC - Advanced Senior Project in Art
  •  ART 199 SC - Independent Study in Art: Reading and Research
  •  ASAM 022 PZ - Asian American Wellness
  •  ASAM 077 PZ - Tattoos in American Popular Culture
  •  ASAM 082 PZ - Racial Politics of Teaching
  •  ASAM 085 PZ - Health Inequities: Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders
  •  ASAM 086 PZ - Social Documentation and Asian Americans
  •  ASAM 088 PZ - Thich Nhat Hanh: Interdependence, Ecology, and Healing
  •  ASAM 090 AA - Asian American and Multiracial Communities
  •  ASAM 094 PZ - Community Health
  •  ASAM 101 PZ - Introduction to Asian American Studies
  •  ASAM 102 PZ - Fieldwork in Asian American Communities
  •  ASAM 103 PZ - Asian American Voices
  •  ASAM 105 PZ - Zines, Creativity, Community
  •  ASAM 106 AA - Asian American Literature
  •  ASAM 111 PZ - Pacific Islanders and Education
  •  ASAM 115 PZ - Methodologies
  •  ASAM 122 PZ - Diasporic Asian/American Popular Cultures: South and Southeast Asia
  •  ASAM 125 AA - Introduction to Asian American History: 1850-Present
  •  ASAM 128 PZ - Tattoos, Piercing, and Body Adornment
  •  ASAM 130 PZ - Science, Technology, Asian America
  •  ASAM 134 AA - South Asian American Experience
  •  ASAM 135 PZ - Race, Empire, Fillipinx America
  •  ASAM 160 AA - Asian American Women's Experience
  •  ASAM 171 PZ - Visual Culture at the Margins
  •  ASAM 179C HM - Beaches, Bikini, and Bombs: Race & U.S. Empire in the Pacific Islands
  •  ASAM 179D AA - Mixed Race Experience
  •  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 190F PO - Senior Seminar
  •  ASAM 190H PO - Senior Seminar for Minors
  •  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
  •  ASTR 066L KS - Elementary Astronomy
  •  AWS 300 CG - Applied Feminist Applications
  •  AWS 301 CG - Feminist Theory and Epistemology
  •  BIOL 002A PO - Biology, Gender and Society with Laboratory
  •  BIOL 039L KS - Analyses of Human Motor Skills
  •  BIOL 040L KS - Introduction to Biological Chemistry
  •  BIOL 042L KS - Integrated Biology and Chemistry
  •  BIOL 043L KS - Introductory Biology
  •  BIOL 044L KS - Introductory Biology
  •  BIOL 057L KS - Concepts in Biology for Non-majors
  •  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 129 KS - Neuromuscular Physiology in Health and Disease
  •  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 138 KS - Applied Ecology and Conservation
  •  BIOL 138L KS - Applied Ecology and Conservation Lab
  •  BIOL 140 KS - Selected Topics in Neuroscience
  •  BIOL 141L KS - Vertebrate Anatomy
  •  BIOL 143 KS - Genetics
  •  BIOL 144 KS - Drugs and Molecular Medicine
  •  BIOL 145 KS - Evolution
  •  BIOL 146L KS - Ecology
  •  BIOL 147 KS - Biogeography
  •  BIOL 148L KS - Neuroscience 1: Cell, Molecular
  •  BIOL 149 KS - Neuroscience 2: Systems
  •  BIOL 150AL KS - Functional Human Anatomy and Biomechanics: Limbs and Movement
  •  BIOL 150BL KS - Functional Human Anatomy and Biomechanics: Back and Core Stabilization
  •  BIOL 151L KS - Developmental Biology
  •  BIOL 154 KS - Animal Behavior
  •  BIOL 154L KS - Animal Behavior Lab
  •  BIOL 155L KS - Selected Topics in Computational Neuroscience
  •  BIOL 156L KS - Genomics and Bioinformatics
  •  BIOL 157L KS - Cell Biology
  •  BIOL 158 KS - Cell Cycle, Diseases and Aging
  •  BIOL 161 KS - Neuroendocrinology
  •  BIOL 163L KS - Plant Physiology and Biotechnology
  •  BIOL 164 KS - Virology
  •  BIOL 165 KS - Advanced Topics in Environmental Biology
  •  BIOL 166 KS - Animal Physiological Ecology
  •  BIOL 167 KS - Sensory Evolution
  •  BIOL 168L KS - Microbiology
  •  BIOL 169L KS - Marine Ecology
  •  BIOL 170L KS - Molecular Biology
  •  BIOL 171 KS - Biology of Cancer
  •  BIOL 173L KS - Molecular Biology Seminar/Lab
  •  BIOL 174L KS - Introduction to Biological Research Statistics
  •  BIOL 175 KS - Applied Biostatistics
  •  BIOL 176 KS - Tropical Ecology
  •  BIOL 177 KS - Biochemistry
  •  BIOL 181 KS - Molecular Basis of Neurological Disorders
  •  BIOL 182L KS - Applied Phylogenetics
  •  BIOL 183 KS - Nutritional Biology
  •  BIOL 184L KS - Disease Ecology and Evolution
  •  BIOL 185 KS - Biochemical Physiology
  •  BIOL 185L KS - Biochemical Physiology w/lab
  •  BIOL 187 HM - HIV/AIDS: Science, Society, Service
  •  BIOL 187 KS - Special Topics in Biology
  •  BIOL 187A KS - Special Topics in Biology: Epigenetics
  •  BIOL 187B KS - Special Topics in Biology: Molecular Ecology
  •  BIOL 187C KS - Special Topics in Biology: Neural Organization of Behavior
  •  BIOL 187F KS - Special Topics in Biology: Advanced Genetics
  •  BIOL 187M KS - Special Topics in Biology: Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
  •  BIOL 187P KS - Special Topics in Biology: Herpetology
  •  BIOL 187S KS - Special Topics in Biology: Microbial Life
  •  BIOL 188L KS - Senior Thesis Research Project in Biology
  •  BIOL 189L KS - Senior Thesis Summer Research Project in Biology
  •  BIOL 190L KS - Senior Thesis Research Project in Biology, Second Semester
  •  BIOL 191 KS - One-Semester Thesis in Biology
  •  BIOL 199 KS - Independent Study in Biology, Chemistry, Physics
  •  CHEM 014L KS - Basic Principles of Chemistry
  •  CHEM 015L KS - Basic Principles of Chemistry
  •  CHEM 029L KS - Accelerated General Chemistry with Lab
  •  CHEM 040L KS - Introduction to Biological Chemistry
  •  CHEM 042L KS - Integrated Biology and Chemistry
  •  CHEM 051L KS - Topics in Forensic Science
  •  CHEM 052L KS - From Ancient to Modern Science
  •  CHEM 070L KS - Land, Air, and Ocean Science
  •  CHEM 081L JT - The Science and Business of Medicinal Chemistry
  •  CHEM 116L KS - Organic Chemistry
  •  CHEM 117L KS - Organic Chemistry
  •  CHEM 119 KS - Natural Products Chemistry
  •  CHEM 121 KS - Principles of Physical Chemistry
  •  CHEM 122 KS - Principles of Physical Chemistry
  •  CHEM 123 KS - Advanced Organic Chemistry
  •  CHEM 124 KS - Bioanalytical Chemistry
  •  CHEM 125L KS - Advanced Laboratory in Biochemistry
  •  CHEM 126L KS - Advanced Laboratory in Chemistry
  •  CHEM 127L KS - Advanced Laboratory in Chemistry
  •  CHEM 128 KS - Inorganic Chemistry
  •  CHEM 130L KS - Inorganic Synthesis
  •  CHEM 134 KS - Introduction to Molecular Modeling
  •  CHEM 139 KS - Environmental Chemistry
  •  CHEM 172 KS - NMR Spectroscopy
  •  CHEM 174L KS - Solution Thermodynamics
  •  CHEM 175 KS - Introduction to Medicinal Chemistry
  •  CHEM 177 KS - Biochemistry
  •  CHEM 180 KS - Applied Molecular Evolution
  •  CHEM 188L KS - Senior Thesis Research Project in Chemistry
  •  CHEM 189L KS - Senior Thesis Summer Research Project in Chemistry
  •  CHEM 190L KS - Senior Thesis Research Project in Chemistry, Second Semester
  •  CHEM 191 KS - One Semester Senior Thesis in Chemistry
  •  CHEM 199 KS - Independent Study in Chemistry
  •  CHIN 001A PO - Elementary Chinese
  •  CHIN 001B PO - Elementary Chinese
  •  CHIN 002 PO - Elementary Chinese for Bilinguals
  •  CHIN 011 PO - Conversation: Contemporary Chinese Language and Culture
  •  CHIN 013 PO - Chinese Conversation, Advanced
  •  CHIN 051A PO - Intermediate Chinese
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  •  CHIN 111A PO - Advanced Chinese
  •  CHIN 111B PO - Advanced Chinese
  •  CHIN 125 PO - Modern Chinese Literature
  •  CHIN 127 PO - Advanced Readings in Modern Chinese Literature and Culture
  •  CHIN 131 PO - Introduction to Classical Chinese
  •  CHIN 192A PO - Senior Project
  •  CHIN 192B PO - Senior Project
  •  CHLT 009 CH - Food, Culture, Power
  •  CHLT 060 CH - Women in the Third World
  •  CHLT 061 CH - Contemporary Issues of Chicanas and Latinas
  •  CHLT 068 CH - Rock in Las Americas
  •  CHLT 072 CH - Central Americans in the United States
  •  CHLT 085 PZ - Gender, Radicalism and Revolution
  •  CHLT 105 PZ - Undocumented Los Angeles: The Untold Story of Organizing
  •  CHLT 110 PZ - Latinx Community Health
  •  CHLT 115 CH - Gender, Race and Class: Women of Color in the U.S.
  •  CHLT 120 PZ - Immigration from the 'Tropics' to the Borderlands: Contemporary and Historical Perspectives
  •  CHLT 153 CH - Rural and Urban Social Ethnic Movements
  •  CHLT 154 CH - Latinas in the Garment Industry
  •  CHLT 157 CH - Latina Activists Work and Protest
  •  CHLT 160 CH - Queering (Im)Migration: LGBTI & Gender Nonconforming Migration from Central America
  •  CHLT 166 CH - Chicana Feminist Epistemologies
  •  CHNT 164 PO - 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
  •  CHST 015 CH - Introduction to Chicanx Latinx Studies
  •  CHST 028 CH - Epicentro America: Introduction to Central American Studies
  •  CHST 064 CH - Chicanx Music from Genre to Experience
  •  CHST 066 CH - Fandango as a De-Colonial Tool
  •  CHST 067 CH - Chicanx Art and Its Antecedents
  •  CHST 074 CH - Women Who Rock: The Archive, Pop Music and New Media
  •  CHST 077 CH - Chicana-Latina, Gender, and Popular Culture
  •  CHST 120 CH - Fronteras/Borders: Methods and Research
  •  CHST 121 CH - Artivistas in the Americas
  •  CHST 125 CH - Latinxs in the 20th Century
  •  CHST 126B CH - Contemporary Chicanx Literature
  •  CHST 128 CH - The Politics of Citizenship: The Law, Belonging, and Borders
  •  CHST 130 CH - (Re)Claiming Voices and Sharing Stories in Chicanx Latinx Communities
  •  CHST 132 CH - Immigrant Youth: Education Access and Activism
  •  CHST 136 CH - Chicanx Latinx Social Movements
  •  CHST 184D CH - Chicanx Short Fiction
  •  CHST 185B CH - Narratives of the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands
  •  CHST 185C CH - Voices of the Tropics: Latina Literature of the Caribbean
  •  CHST 186 CH - Contemporary Chicana Literature Seminar
  •  CHST 190 CH - Chicanx Latinx Studies Senior Seminar
  •  CHST 191 CH - Chicanx Latinx Studies Senior Thesis
  •  CHST 192 CH - Chicanx Latinx Studies Senior Project
  •  CLAS 001 PO - Greek and Roman Classics
  •  CLAS 010 SC - Epic Heroes and Form in Popular Culture
  •  CLAS 012 SC - Greek Tragedy/Modern World
  •  CLAS 014 SC - Ancient Comedy
  •  CLAS 018 SC - The Ancient Novel and Romance
  •  CLAS 019 SC - Classical Myth in Film: Hollywood and Avant-garde Cinema
  •  CLAS 020 PZ - Fantastic Archaeology: Modern Myths, Pseudo-Science, and the Study of the Past
  •  CLAS 022 PO - Epic: Gods and Heroes
  •  CLAS 113 SC - 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
  •  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 190 SC - Senior Seminar in Ancient Studies/Classics
  •  CLAS 191 SC - Senior Thesis
  •  CLAS 199 SC - Independent Study in Classics: Reading and Research
  •  CLST 452 CG - Feminist and Queer Theory: Bodies of Knowledge
  •  CORE 001 SC - Histories of the Present: Truth
  •  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 - Communities of Hate
  •  CORE 002 SC - Constructions of (Dis)Ability
  •  CORE 002 SC - Contract Enforcement: Histories of the Mafia, Past and Present
  •  CORE 002 SC - Convergence: Women, Work and Alternative Media
  •  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 - Display, Desire and Domination
  •  CORE 002 SC - Eat the Rich! Capitalism and Work
  •  CORE 002 SC - Ecological Justice
  •  CORE 002 SC - Gender, Science and Knowledge
  •  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 - Justice in Theory and Practice
  •  CORE 002 SC - Lights, Camera, Murder! Crimes and Trials in France and the U.S
  •  CORE 002 SC - Making Sense of Power
  •  CORE 002 SC - Marginalized Communities
  •  CORE 002 SC - Me and the Boys Come Back from Area 51
  •  CORE 002 SC - Metropolis: Imagining the City
  •  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 Then and Now
  •  CORE 002 SC - Subversive Selves
  •  CORE 002 SC - Terms of Modernity
  •  CORE 002 SC - The Aesthetics of Justice: Race, Space, Architecture and Music
  •  CORE 002 SC - The Art of Medicine, Medicine in the Arts: the body in Italian Literature
  •  CORE 002 SC - The Arts and Literature of Zen Buddhism
  •  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
  •  CORE 002 SC - Where We Live & What We Live For
  •  CORE 002 SC - Why Punish?
  •  CORE 003 SC - Animal Rights and Speciesism
  •  CORE 003 SC - Antiracist and Transnational Feminist Coalitions
  •  CORE 003 SC - Bad Writing
  •  CORE 003 SC - Between the Image and the Word
  •  CORE 003 SC - Blues Jazzlines: Past and Present Tense
  •  CORE 003 SC - Bodies in Motion: Representation and Simulation
  •  CORE 003 SC - Building Los Angeles
  •  CORE 003 SC - Capitalism/Anti-Capitalism
  •  CORE 003 SC - Caribbean Women's Literature
  •  CORE 003 SC - Challenges from the global south - "America"
  •  CORE 003 SC - Collective Songwriting: Theory and Knowledge Production
  •  CORE 003 SC - Creating and Recreating Genji
  •  CORE 003 SC - Creating Archives: Archives, Disciplinary Knowledge, and Research
  •  CORE 003 SC - Cyberculture and the Posthuman Age
  •  CORE 003 SC - Democracy in Theory and Practice
  •  CORE 003 SC - Domestic Life and Political Activism in the 19th-century U.S.
  •  CORE 003 SC - Dream Factories: cinema in theory and in practice
  •  CORE 003 SC - Education and Inequality
  •  CORE 003 SC - Embodying Illness
  •  CORE 003 SC - Encountering the Middle East: Representations of Race, Gender, and Violence
  •  CORE 003 SC - Fame & Happiness: French Women as Case Study
  •  CORE 003 SC - Fighting the Good Fight: Responding to Misogyny in Renaissance Italy
  •  CORE 003 SC - Foreign Language and Culture Teaching Clinic
  •  CORE 003 SC - History and Memory
  •  CORE 003 SC - Home/Politics/Activism 19thC US
  •  CORE 003 SC - Landscapes of Plunder
  •  CORE 003 SC - Making Radical Sense of Power
  •  CORE 003 SC - Mathematics in Our Culture
  •  CORE 003 SC - Mobilizing Art
  •  CORE 003 SC - Narratives of Memory: Spain and Latin American
  •  CORE 003 SC - Postcolonial Anxieties: Unpacking Europe/Unyoking Africa
  •  CORE 003 SC - Prescriptions and Debates on What Contributes to Health
  •  CORE 003 SC - Radical Cartographies
  •  CORE 003 SC - Realism and Anti-Realism
  •  CORE 003 SC - Regarding the Pain of Others: Ethics and Documentary Representation
  •  CORE 003 SC - Representations of the Male Body in Contemporary Art and Culture
  •  CORE 003 SC - Representing LA: rock 'n' roll
  •  CORE 003 SC - Resilience and Resistance: Women of Color in the United States
  •  CORE 003 SC - Sites of Seduction: Aesthetic Contexts of the French Garden and its Others
  •  CORE 003 SC - Snapshots, Portraits, Instagram
  •  CORE 003 SC - Southern California and Hollywood Film: Human Dreams, Human Difference and Human Desire
  •  CORE 003 SC - The Detective in the City
  •  CORE 003 SC - The Life Story
  •  CORE 003 SC - The Meaning(?) of Life
  •  CORE 003 SC - The Mechanical Eye: Photography from Science to Art
  •  CORE 003 SC - The Twentieth-Century Music Schism
  •  CORE 003 SC - United: Women's Work and Collective Action
  •  CORE 003 SC - VIR/GYN GODDESS: The Virgin and the Femme Fatale
  •  CORE 003 SC - Walls, Borders, Fences
  •  CORE 003 SC - What is Happiness?
  •  CORE 003 SC - Wilderness in American Life
  •  CORE 003 SC - Women's Rights: Does it Matter?
  •  CORE 003 SC - Women, Girls, and Mathematical Superstitions
  •  CREA 124 PZ - The Bible and Homer
  •  CSCI 005 HM - Introduction to Computer Science
  •  CSCI 051 CM - Introduction to Computer Science
  •  CSCI 052 PO - Fundamentals of Computer Science
  •  DANC 010 PO - Beginning Modern Dance
  •  DANC 012 PO - Beginning Ballet I
  •  DANC 050 PO - Intermediate Modern Dance
  •  DANC 051 PO - *Intermediate Ballet Technique
  •  DANC 068 SC - Beginning Dance
  •  DANC 076A SC - Modern Dance I
  •  DANC 076B SC - Modern Dance I
  •  DANC 077A SC - Modern Dance II
  •  DANC 077B SC - Modern Dance II
  •  DANC 078A SC - Ballet I
  •  DANC 078B SC - Ballet I
  •  DANC 081A SC - Introduction to Jazz
  •  DANC 081B SC - Introduction to Jazz
  •  DANC 091 SC - Raqs Al Sharqi Level I - (Egyptian Style Belly Dance)
  •  DANC 100A SC - Modern Dance III
  •  DANC 100B SC - Modern Dance III
  •  DANC 101 SC - History of Dance in Western Culture: 1600-present
  •  DANC 102 SC - Dynamics of Human Movement
  •  DANC 103 SC - Language of the Body: Analyzing Human Movement
  •  DANC 108A SC - Movement Improvisation
  •  DANC 108B SC - Movement Improvisation
  •  DANC 110A SC - Ballet II
  •  DANC 110B SC - Ballet II
  •  DANC 111A SC - Modern Dance IV
  •  DANC 111B SC - Modern Dance IV
  •  DANC 112A SC - Jazz Dance II
  •  DANC 112B SC - Jazz Dance II
  •  DANC 114A SC - Somatics of Yoga: An Integrated Approach
  •  DANC 114B SC - Somatics of Yoga: An Integrated Approach
  •  DANC 120 PO - Modern Dance Technique III
  •  DANC 122 PO - Modern Dance Technique IV
  •  DANC 123 PO - Advanced Ballet Technique and Theory
  •  DANC 124 PO - Advanced Ballet Technique
  •  DANC 130 PO - Language of the Body
  •  DANC 131 SC - Critical Perspectives on Dance: Gender, Race, and Sexuality
  •  DANC 134 SC - Movement as Culture: Dances from the Near and Middle East, North Africa, and the Diaspora
  •  DANC 135 SC - Introduction to West African Dance
  •  DANC 135 PO - Traditions of World Dance
  •  DANC 136B SC - West African Dance II
  •  DANC 137 SC - Latin American Dance Practices
  •  DANC 137 PO - Performing Arts: Issues of Sexuality and Gender in Music, Theatre and Dance
  •  DANC 138 PO - Concert Dance in the Global Age
  •  DANC 139 PO - Choreographic Politics: Dance, Ethnicity, Nationalism
  •  DANC 140 PO - Beginning Creative Movement Exploration
  •  DANC 140 SC - Music for Dancers
  •  DANC 141 PO - Dance Composition
  •  DANC 142 SC - Feminist Ethnography and Performance
  •  DANC 150A PO - Cultural Styles
  •  DANC 150C PO - Music and Dance of Bali
  •  DANC 151 PO - African Aesthetics
  •  DANC 151 SC - Dancing Social Justice
  •  DANC 152 SC - Choreographing Our Stories (Inside/Out: CA Rehabilitation Center)
  •  DANC 152 PO - Hip-Hop Dance
  •  DANC 159 SC - Dance Composition I
  •  DANC 160 PO - Anatomy and Kinesiology
  •  DANC 160 SC - Dance Composition II
  •  DANC 161 SC - Dancing the News: Choreographing Women's Lives
  •  DANC 162A SC - Repertory
  •  DANC 162B SC - Repertory
  •  DANC 163 SC - Kinesiology as Related to Dance
  •  DANC 166 PO - Somatic Movement Techniques
  •  DANC 168 SC - Dance Production
  •  DANC 170 PO - The Mind in Motion
  •  DANC 175 PO - Alexander Technique in Motion-Group
  •  DANC 176 PO - Alexander Technique in Motion-Group
  •  DANC 180 PO - Dance Repertory
  •  DANC 180 SC - Selected Topic in Dance (Studio)
  •  DANC 181 PO - Dance Repertory
  •  DANC 190 SC - Senior Seminar in Dance
  •  DANC 191 SC - Senior Thesis
  •  DANC 193A SC - Production Experience
  •  DANC 193B SC - Production Experience
  •  DANC 193C SC - Production Experience
  •  DANC 193D SC - Production Experience
  •  DANC 199 SC - Independent Study in Dance: Reading and Research
  •  EA 010 PO - Introduction to Environmental Analysis
  •  EA 020 PO - Nature, Culture, and Society
  •  EA 030 PO - Environmental Science
  •  EA 030L KS - Science and the Environment
  •  EA 055L KS - Physical Geography and Geomorphology
  •  EA 068 PZ - Ethnoecology
  •  EA 074 PZ - California's Landscapes: Diverse Peoples and Cultures
  •  EA 086 PZ - Environmental Justice
  •  EA 086 SC - Environmental Justice
  •  EA 095 PZ - U.S. Environmental Policy
  •  EA 098 PZ - Urban Environments
  •  EA 099 PO - Introduction to Urban Health Equity: Unconvering Local and Global Disparities
  •  EA 100 KS - Global Climate Change
  •  EA 100L KS - Global Climate Change w/Lab
  •  EA 103 KS - Soils and Society
  •  EA 103L KS - Soils and Society w/Lab
  •  EA 104 KS - Oceanography
  •  EA 107 PZ - Design Workshop: A Sense of Place
  •  EA 110 SC - Experiencing Sustainability
  •  EA 120 PZ - Global Environmental Politics and Policy
  •  EA 124 PZ - Protecting Nature: Parks, Conservation Areas and People
  •  EA 133 PZ - Case Studies in Sustainable Built Environments
  •  EA 134 PZ - Sustainable Places in Practice: Studio/Lab
  •  EA 141 PZ - Progress and Oppression
  •  EA 146 PZ - Environmental Education
  •  EA 150 PZ - Critical Environmental Analysis
  •  EA 152 PZ - Nature through Film
  •  EA 162 PZ - Gender, Environment and Development
  •  EA 188L KS - EA Science Senior Thesis Research Project
  •  EA 189L KS - EA Science Summer Thesis Research
  •  EA 190 PO - Environmental Senior Seminar
  •  EA 190L KS - EA Science Second Semester Senior Thesis
  •  EA 191 KS - EA Science 1-semester Senior Thesis
  •  EA 191 PO - Thesis in Environmental Analysis
  •  ECON 040 SC - Personal Finance
  •  ECON 051 SC - Principles of Macroeconomics
  •  ECON 052 SC - Principles of Microeconomics
  •  ECON 086 CM - Accounting for Decision Making
  •  ECON 101 SC - Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
  •  ECON 102 SC - Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
  •  ECON 109 CM - Ethics, Economics, and Public Policy
  •  ECON 111 SC - Behavioral Economics
  •  ECON 114 SC - The Development of American Markets
  •  ECON 116 PO - Race and the U.S. Economy
  •  ECON 120 SC - Statistics
  •  ECON 121 PO - Economics of Gender and the Family
  •  ECON 123 PO - International Economics
  •  ECON 125 SC - Econometrics
  •  ECON 126 PO - Economic Development
  •  ECON 129 CM - Game Theory
  •  ECON 129 PO - Health Economics
  •  ECON 134 CM - Corporate Finance
  •  ECON 135 SC - Monetary and Financial Economics
  •  ECON 137 SC - Economics of Health and Health Policy
  •  ECON 140 SC - International Economics
  •  ECON 144 SC - Economic Development
  •  ECON 151 CM - Strategic Cost Management
  •  ECON 154 PO - Game Theory for Economists
  •  ECON 155 PO - Law and Economics
  •  ECON 161 PO - Advanced Macroeconomic Analysis
  •  ECON 162 PO - Advanced Microeconomic Analysis
  •  ECON 169 PO - Advanced Econometrics
  •  ECON 170 SC - Environmental Economics
  •  ECON 171 CM - Environmental Economics
  •  ECON 172 PZ - Environmental Economics
  •  ECON 175 SC - Labor and Personnel Economics
  •  ECON 184 SC - Behavioral Finance
  •  ECON 187 CM - The Economics of Poverty, Inequality, and Discrimination
  •  ECON 191 SC - Senior Thesis in Economics
  •  ECON 191H SC - Honors Thesis in Economics
  •  ECON 382 CG - Econometrics I
  •  ECON 383 CG - Econometrics II
  •  ECON 384 CG - Econometrics III
  •  EEP 191 SC - Senior Thesis in Environment, Economics, and Politics
  •  ENGL 009 AF - Community Poetry: Black Feminist rEVOlution
  •  ENGL 012A AF - Introduction to African American Literature Before 1865
  •  ENGL 012B AF - Introduction to African American Literature After 1865
  •  ENGL 054 PO - Asian/American Literature Since 2000
  •  ENGL 056 PO - Contemporary Native American Literature
  •  ENGL 087F PO - Writing: Theories, Processes, Practices
  •  ENGL 087H PO - Writing: Theories, Processes, Practices
  •  ENGL 093 PZ - World Literature in an Oceanic Context
  •  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 SC - Shakespeare: Tragedies and Romances
  •  ENGL 115 SC - Milton
  •  ENGL 115 PO - On Form: Sonets and Epigrams
  •  ENGL 116 SC - Early Modern Outsiders
  •  ENGL 118 PO - The Nature of Narrative of Fiction and Film
  •  ENGL 118S SC - Rhyme and Reason in the Renaissance
  •  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: Middle Passage to Civil War
  •  ENGL 128 PZ - Writing the Body
  •  ENGL 129 SC - Literature of the Fin de Siècle
  •  ENGL 130 SC - Character and the Novel
  •  ENGL 131 SC - Modern British Novel
  •  ENGL 132 AF - Black Queer Studies
  •  ENGL 132S SC - Hardy and Lawrence
  •  ENGL 133S SC - Virginia Woolf
  •  ENGL 140 PO - Literature of Incarceration
  •  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 146S SC - Theory of the American Novel
  •  ENGL 151 SC - American Modernism
  •  ENGL 153 PO - The Beyond of Language
  •  ENGL 155 SC - Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States
  •  ENGL 157 SC - James Baldwin: Influences and Legacy
  •  ENGL 158 PO - Jane Austen
  •  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 167A CH - Chicano Movement Literature
  •  ENGL 167B CH - Contemporary Chicanx Literature
  •  ENGL 167C CH - Contemporary Chicana Literature Seminar
  •  ENGL 167D CH - Chicanx Short Fiction
  •  ENGL 170A PO - Making it New: Anglo-American Literary Modernism
  •  ENGL 170J PO - Special Topics in American Literature
  •  ENGL 171S SC - The Postcolonial Novel
  •  ENGL 172S SC - Queer Postcolonial Literature and Theory
  •  ENGL 173 SC - Human Rights and World Literature
  •  ENGL 177 SC - Caribbean Literature and Postcolonial Theory
  •  ENGL 180 SC - Seminar in Literary Theory
  •  ENGL 182 SC - Politics and Aesthetics
  •  ENGL 183 SC - Women Explain Themselves: Gendered Prose
  •  ENGL 189J PO - Topics in Asian American Literature
  •  ENGL 190 SC - Introduction to Creative Writing
  •  ENGL 191 SC - Poetry Writing Workshop
  •  ENGL 193 SC - Introduction to Fiction Writing
  •  ENGL 194S SC - Advanced Fiction Writing Workshop
  •  ENGL 199 SC - Independent Study in English: Reading and Research
  •  ENGL 199T SC - Senior Thesis
  •  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: Research and Writing as Collective Practice
  •  FGSS 191 SC - Senior Thesis
  •  FGSS 192 SC - Antiracist Feminist and Queer Praxis: Theory, Ethics and Social Action
  •  FGSS 193 SC - Field Work Experience
  •  FLAN 101 SC - Foreign Language and Culture Teaching Clinic 2
  •  FLAN 191 SC - Senior Thesis
  •  FLAN 199 SC - Independent Study
  •  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 107 SC - Headline News: Advanced Oral Expression and Composition in Current Events and Culture
  •  FREN 110 PO - French Films
  •  FREN 110 SC - Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité? France and the Crises of Globalization
  •  FREN 113 SC - Banned in France: Censorship Debates in Eighteenth-Century France
  •  FREN 114 SC - Reality Matters: Exploring "Le Cinéma du Réel"
  •  FREN 116 SC - Display, Desire, and Domination
  •  FREN 117 CM - African Novel Film
  •  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 124 CM - The Novelist and Society in France
  •  FREN 124 SC - Writings of Freedom & Desire
  •  FREN 125 SC - The French Detective and Classic Crime Fiction
  •  FREN 127 SC - Films de Femmes: French Contemporary Women Directors
  •  FREN 128 SC - Writing Memory
  •  FREN 132 CM - North African Literature After Independence
  •  FREN 133 CM - Africa in France: The French of African Ancestry through Text and Film
  •  FREN 135 CM - The Art of the Short Story
  •  FREN 137 CM - The Algerian War and the French Intelligentsia
  •  FREN 142 SC - Comedy in the Age of Louis XIV
  •  FREN 143 SC - Theater and Revolution
  •  FREN 151 PO - Men, Women, and Power
  •  FREN 160 SC - Hugo, Women, and the French Revolution
  •  FREN 170 SC - The Mad Artist in French Literature (1830-1930)
  •  FREN 173 SC - Wit and Ridicule in the French Salon
  •  FREN 175 PO - Writing the Exotic
  •  FREN 179 SC - French Love Affairs: An Introduction to Proust
  •  FREN 182 SC - Contemporary Fiction in French
  •  FREN 191 SC - Senior Thesis
  •  FREN 199 SC - Independent Study in French Studies: Reading and Research
  •  GEOG 179 HM - Special Topics in Geography
  •  GEOL 112 PO - Remote Sensing of Earth's Environment
  •  GEOL 125 PO - Earth History with Laboratory
  •  GERM 001 SC - Elementary German 1
  •  GERM 002 SC - Elementary German 2
  •  GERM 010 PO - Intensive Introduction to German Language and Culture
  •  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 - A History of German Film
  •  GERM 104 PO - Compostion and Creative Writing
  •  GERM 105 SC - Berlin Stories
  •  GERM 106 SC - German Art in 1810-2010
  •  GERM 107 SC - Trauma, Memory, Guilt: Writing the Shoah
  •  GERM 152 PO - Drama as Experiment
  •  GERM 154 SC - Great German Fiction
  •  GERM 189 SC - German Across the Curriculum (GAC)
  •  GERM 191 SC - Senior Thesis
  •  GERM 193 PO - German Comprehensive Exams
  •  GERM 199 SC - Independent Study in German Studies: Reading and Research
  •  GOVT 070 CM - Introduction to International Relations
  •  GOVT 105 CM - Organization of Healthcare and Public Policy
  •  GOVT 106 CM - Politics of Interest Groups
  •  GOVT 110 CM - American Culture Wars
  •  GOVT 111 CM - Politics and Population
  •  GOVT 112 CM - Public Opinion and American Democracy
  •  GOVT 114 CM - Philanthropy, Voluntarism, and Nonprofits: Law, Public Policy and Leadership
  •  GOVT 118 CM - The Processes of Environmental Policymaking
  •  GOVT 119 CM - Study of Law
  •  GOVT 120 CM - Environmental Law and Policy
  •  GOVT 120E CM - Environmental Leadership
  •  GOVT 131 CM - Political History of the Middle East (1967-2011)
  •  GOVT 132E CM - Politics and Economics of Natural Resources Policy in Developing Countries
  •  GOVT 135 CM - Comparative Politics of the Middle East
  •  GOVT 138 CM - Religion, Politics, and Change in Latin America
  •  GOVT 140 CM - International Politics of Nuclear Weapons
  •  GOVT 141 CM - The Politics and Craft of International Journalism
  •  GOVT 142 CM - International Political Feature Writing
  •  GOVT 143 CM - Introduction to Political Journalism Writing
  •  GOVT 145 CM - Globalization and East Asian Capitalism
  •  GOVT 146 CM - Chinese Foreign Policy
  •  GOVT 146A CM - Middle Eastern Politics I (1918-1967)
  •  GOVT 151 CM - The United States, Israel, and the Arabs
  •  GOVT 152 CM - U.S. Policy in Asia
  •  GOVT 154 CM - Policymaking in International Organizations
  •  GOVT 164 CM - Political Rhetoric
  •  GOVT 165 CM - Political Philosophy and History
  •  GOVT 181 CM - Crime and Public Policy
  •  GOVT 187 CM - Women and the Law
  •  GREK 001 SC - Introductory Classical Greek
  •  GREK 002 SC - Introductory Classical Greek
  •  GREK 022 PO - Introductory Classical Greek Accelerated
  •  GREK 033 SC - Intermediate Classical Greek
  •  GREK 044 PO - Advanced Greek Readings
  •  GREK 104 PO - Readings in Koine Greek
  •  GRMT 114 SC - Plotting Crime
  •  GRMT 116 SC - The Decadents
  •  GRMT 119 SC - Modern Times
  •  GRMT 130 SC - Schools of Cultural Criticism: Culture and Critique
  •  GRMT 162 PO - Rich, Pretty, and Orderly - Swiss?
  •  GRMT 167 SC - Metropolis: Imagining the City
  •  GRMT 170 PO - Culture of Nature: Green Movements
  •  GWS 140 PO - Queer of Color Critique: Literature and Theory
  •  GWS 162 PO - Decolonizing Gender and Sexuality in Asian/America
  •  GWS 170 PO - Disability Studies: Foundations, Intersections, and Future
  •  GWS 172 PO - Race, Gender, and the Environment
  •  GWS 180 PO - Queer Feminist Theories
  •  GWS 190 PO - Senior Seminar
  •  HIST 010 PO - The Ancient Mediterranean
  •  HIST 010A SC - Early Modern Europe: Renaissance to the Napoleonic Wars
  •  HIST 010B SC - Europe from the Seventeenth Century to the Present
  •  HIST 011 PO - Medieval Mediterranean
  •  HIST 011 PZ - The World Since 1492
  •  HIST 012 PZ - History of Human Sciences
  •  HIST 012 PO - Saints and Society
  •  HIST 016 PZ - Environmental History
  •  HIST 017 CH - Introduction to Chicanx Latinx History
  •  HIST 020 SC - Crisis and Revolutions in World History from the Neolithic to the Present
  •  HIST 020 PO - The United States from the Colonial Era to Gilded Age
  •  HIST 021 PO - Dynamics of Power in the U.S.
  •  HIST 022 PZ - Middle East/North Africa Since 1500
  •  HIST 025 CH - All Power to the People! Social Movements for Justice
  •  HIST 025 PZ - U.S. History Before 1877
  •  HIST 026 PZ - Modern U.S. History Since 1877
  •  HIST 031 CH - Colonial Latin America
  •  HIST 032 CH - Latin America Since Independence
  •  HIST 034 CH - Mexico; from Indigenous Societies to Modern State
  •  HIST 036 PO - Women of Honor, Women of Shame: Women's Lives in Latin America
  •  HIST 040 AF - History of Africa to 1800
  •  HIST 040A SC - Latin America before 1820: Long Views of Contemporary Struggles for Equality
  •  HIST 041 AF - Africa in World Politics, 1884 to 2000
  •  HIST 042 PO - Worlds of Islam
  •  HIST 043 PO - Middle East in Modern Times
  •  HIST 047 PO - Gunpowder Empires: Ottomans, Safavids, and Mughals
  •  HIST 048 SC - Gender and Testimony in Latin America and the Caribbean
  •  HIST 049 PO - Iran and the World
  •  HIST 050A AF - African Diaspora in the United States to 1877
  •  HIST 050B AF - African Diaspora in the United States since 1877
  •  HIST 051 PZ - Iran Before and After Two Revolutions
  •  HIST 052 PZ - Political Islam, 1798-Present
  •  HIST 054 CM - Bread and Circuses: The Politics of Roman Private Life
  •  HIST 055 CM - The Middle East: From Muhammad to the Mongols
  •  HIST 056 CM - The Middle East: From the Ottomans to the Present
  •  HIST 059 CM - Civilizations of East Asia
  •  HIST 060 PO - Asian Traditions
  •  HIST 061 CM - The New Asia: China, Japan and Korea in the Modern Era
  •  HIST 070A SC - United States History to 1865
  •  HIST 070B SC - Introduction to Modern U.S. History
  •  HIST 072 SC - History of Women in the United States
  •  HIST 074 PZ - Queering the Medieval
  •  HIST 080 CM - Early America: From Invasion to the Civil War
  •  HIST 081 CM - Modern America: 1865-Present
  •  HIST 082 HM - Science and Technology in the Modern World
  •  HIST 090 SC - Individual and Society
  •  HIST 098 PZ - The Modern State and History: the Israeli Case
  •  HIST 101A PO - Indian Ocean World
  •  HIST 101AB PO - Empire in the Middle East and South Asia
  •  HIST 101AC PO - Environmental Histories of the Middle East, South Asia, and Africa
  •  HIST 101CV PO - Christian Views of Islam
  •  HIST 101J PO - State, Citizen, Subject: Modern Japan
  •  HIST 101S CH - Latinx Oral Histories
  •  HIST 101W PO - Heresy and Church
  •  HIST 103A CM - From Village to Empire: The History of the Roman Republic, 750-44 BCE
  •  HIST 103B CM - Governing Rome: The History of the Roman Republic, 44 BCE-337 CE
  •  HIST 104 CM - Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages: 284-888 CE
  •  HIST 105 PO - Achilles to Alexander
  •  HIST 107 SC - Dante and the Medieval World
  •  HIST 107 CM - Reading Ancient and Medieval Historians
  •  HIST 108 SC - The History of Economic Thought
  •  HIST 109 PO - Convivencia: Christians, Muslims, and Jews in Medieval Spain
  •  HIST 109 SC - The First Age of Globalization, 1492-1789
  •  HIST 110 SC - Renaissance Venice: Politics, Society, and Visual Culture
  •  HIST 110L PO - U.S. Labor and Working Class History
  •  HIST 111 SC - The Worlds of Niccolo Machiavelli
  •  HIST 113 PO - Medieval Spain and the Idea of 'Convivencia'
  •  HIST 113 CM - U.S. Environmental History
  •  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 116 CM - Slavery: A World History
  •  HIST 117 SC - The Economic History of the Western World I: The Rise of Capitalism
  •  HIST 119 CM - Women and Politics in America
  •  HIST 120 CM - Native American History
  •  HIST 122 PZ - Religion and the Founding Fathers
  •  HIST 122E CM - American Families
  •  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 124 PO - The United States in the Middle East
  •  HIST 127 CH - American Inequality
  •  HIST 127 SC - Rousseau, Tocqueville, Foucault
  •  HIST 128 HM - Immigration, Ethnicity, and Race in the U. S.
  •  HIST 128 CM - LGBTQ History of the U.S.
  •  HIST 129 PO - Hollywood, War, and Empire: The Historical Film
  •  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 134 PZ - Empire and Sexuality
  •  HIST 134 SC - France/Algeria
  •  HIST 136 PO - Afro-Latin America (CP)
  •  HIST 138 SC - Disease, Identity, and Society
  •  HIST 138 PZ - Seeking Human Nature: History and Science of Innateness
  •  HIST 139E CM - Culture and Society in Weimar and Nazi Germany
  •  HIST 140B SC - Contemporary Latin America and the Caribbean
  •  HIST 141 SC - Working People in the Americas: Race, Labor, and Organizing
  •  HIST 143 SC - Cuba/Bolivia/Venezuela: Revolution
  •  HIST 144 SC - Haiti & Colombia - Maroon Nations & Paramilitary States
  •  HIST 144 CM - Reagan's America: The Politics and Culture of the 1980s
  •  HIST 146 SC - Zapatistas/Mayan Rebels
  •  HIST 147 PO - Mughal India
  •  HIST 148 PZ - Gender and Sexuality in Africa
  •  HIST 150 HM - Technology and Medicine
  •  HIST 151 HM - Science in Fiction
  •  HIST 152 HM - History of Modern Physics
  •  HIST 153 AF - Slave Women in Antebellum America
  •  HIST 154 SC - The Old South and Modern Memory
  •  HIST 161 CM - Modern Korean History
  •  HIST 163 CM - Modern Chinese History, 1750 to the Present
  •  HIST 164 CM - Mao's China: Revolutionary Leadership and Its Consequences
  •  HIST 166 CM - Murder and Mayhem in Imperial China
  •  HIST 166 SC - Political and Cultural Criticism in the U.S
  •  HIST 167 PO - Early Modern Japan
  •  HIST 168 PZ - Diaspora, Gender, and Identity
  •  HIST 168 PO - Modern Japan
  •  HIST 170 PZ - Hybrid Identities: Spanish Empire
  •  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 U.S. in the 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 176 AF - Civil Rights Movement in the Modern Era
  •  HIST 177 SC - The U.S. in the 1920s: Fords, Flappers, and Fundamentalists
  •  HIST 178 CM - Nation and Nationalism in the Global Middle East
  •  HIST 179 CM - Researching the Holocaust
  •  HIST 180 SC - Proseminar: What is History?
  •  HIST 181 PO - Sex, Drugs, and Revolution: The Global Sixties
  •  HIST 182 CM - Human Health and Disease in American History
  •  HIST 183 CM - The Fall of Rome and the End of Empire
  •  HIST 185 PZ - Information Revolutions x.0 and z.0: the Printing Press and Internet
  •  HIST 188 CM - Travel and Encounter in the Islamic World
  •  HIST 190 CM - Race and American Cities
  •  HIST 191 SC - Senior Thesis
  •  HIST 192 SC - Senior Thesis
  •  HIST 197 SC - Topics in Historical Study
  •  HIST 197D SC - Contagion! Historical Pandemics and the Globalized World
  •  HIST 197G JT - Rethinking Radicalism: Progress and Its Critics
  •  HIST 199 SC - Independent Study in History: Reading and Research
  •  HMSC 123 SC - Introduction to the Philosophy and History of Culture
  •  HMSC 130 SC - Schools of Cultural Criticism: Culture and Critique
  •  HMSC 133 SC - Modernity and the Unconscious
  •  HMSC 134 SC - Foundations in Postcolonial Theory
  •  HMSC 136 SC - Critical Theory and Modern Culture
  •  HMSC 138 SC - Genet
  •  HMSC 148 SC - The Poetry and Science of Sleep
  •  HMSC 167 SC - Metropolis: Imagining the City
  •  HMSC 191 SC - Senior Thesis
  •  HMSC 192 SC - Senior Thesis
  •  HMSC 199 SC - Independent Study in the Humanities major
  •  HUM 195J SC - Fellowship in the Humanities Institute
  •  ID 099 SC - Mellon Mays Undergraduate Seminar
  •  ID 191D SC - Senior Thesis for Dual Majors
  •  ID 191S SC - Senior Thesis for Self-Designed Majors
  •  ID 199 SC - Independent Study
  •  IIS 050 PZ - Power and Social Change
  •  IIS 075 PZ - Introduction to Postcolonial Studies
  •  IIS 080 PZ - Introduction to Critical Theory
  •  IIS 113 PZ - Science, Politics, and Alternative Medicine
  •  IIS 128 PZ - The War on Terror
  •  IIS 146 PZ - International Relations of the Middle East
  •  IIS 167 PZ - Theory and Practice of Resistance to Monoculture: Gender, Spirtuality, and Power
  •  ITAL 001 SC - Introductory Italian
  •  ITAL 002 SC - Continued Introductory Italian
  •  ITAL 033 SC - Intermediate Italian
  •  ITAL 044 SC - Advanced Italian: Readings in Literature and Civilization
  •  ITAL 120 JT - Italian Cities
  •  ITAL 124 SC - La cultura del Fascismo
  •  ITAL 131 SC - The Disunification of Italy: 1861-1921
  •  ITAL 133 SC - Contemporary Italy
  •  ITAL 134 SC - Twentieth-Century Italian Women's Literature
  •  ITAL 136 SC - Italians as Guests and Hosts: Intercultural Encounters in Current Italian Fiction
  •  ITAL 137 SC - Italy as a Murder Mystery
  •  ITAL 140 SC - History of Italian Cinema
  •  ITAL 142 SC - Italian Cinema and Literature: The Decameron
  •  ITAL 197 SC - Special Topics in Italian
  •  ITAL 199 SC - Independent Study in Italian Literature: Reading and Research
  •  JAPN 001A PO - Elementary Japanese
  •  JAPN 001B PO - Elementary Japanese
  •  JAPN 011 PO - Conversation: Contemporary Japanese Language and Culture
  •  JAPN 012A PO - Intermediate Kanji
  •  JAPN 012B PO - Intermediate Kanjii
  •  JAPN 013 PO - Advanced Conversation
  •  JAPN 051A PO - Intermediate Japanese
  •  JAPN 051B PO - Intermediate Japanese
  •  JAPN 111A PO - Advanced Japanese
  •  JAPN 111B PO - Advanced Japanese
  •  JAPN 124 PO - Readings in Current Japanese
  •  JAPN 125 PO - Readings in Modern Japanese Literature
  •  JAPN 131 PO - Introduction to Classical Japanese
  •  JAPN 192 PO - Senior Research Paper
  •  JAPN 199IR PO - Japanese: Independent Research Project
  •  JPNT 170 PO - Pre-Modern Japanese Literature in English Translation
  •  JPNT 174 PO - Modern Japanese Literature in English: Literary Reconfigurations of Japanese Identity, 1868 to Present
  •  JPNT 176 PO - Time and Space in Modern Japanese Literature
  •  JPNT 177 PO - Japanese and Japanese American Women Writers
  •  JPNT 179 PO - Graphically Speaking: Japanese Manga and Its Buds
  •  KORE 001 CM - Introductory Korean
  •  KORE 002 CM - Continuing Introductory Korean
  •  KORE 033 CM - Intermediate Korean
  •  KORE 044 CM - Advanced Korean
  •  KORE 100 CM - Readings in Korean Literature and Culture
  •  KRNT 130 CM - Korean Cinema and Culture
  •  LAST 191 SC - Senior Thesis in Latin American and Caribbean Studies
  •  LATN 001 SC - Introductory Latin
  •  LATN 002 SC - Introductory Latin
  •  LATN 022 SC - Advanced Introductory Latin
  •  LATN 033 SC - Intermediate Latin
  •  LATN 044 SC - Advanced Latin Readings
  •  LATN 057 SC - Intermediate/Advanced Readings in Latin
  •  LATN 103 PO - Readings in Medieval Latin
  •  LGCS 010 PO - Introduction to Linguistics
  •  LGCS 110 PZ - Language and Gender
  •  LIT 030 CM - Introduction to Video Art
  •  LIT 034 CM - Creative Journalism
  •  LIT 036 CM - Screenwriting
  •  LIT 057 CM - British Writers I
  •  LIT 063 CM - Chaucer
  •  LIT 072 CM - Jane Austen
  •  LIT 091 CM - American Poetry: Tradition and Experiment
  •  LIT 108 CM - Medieval Women Writers
  •  LIT 110 CM - The Age of Chivalry
  •  LIT 111 CM - Dante
  •  LIT 117 CM - Literature of Late Medieval England
  •  LIT 130 CM - Introduction to Film
  •  LIT 131 CM - Film History I (1925-1965)
  •  LIT 132 CM - Film History II (1965-Present)
  •  LIT 133 CM - Film and Literature
  •  LIT 134 CM - Special Studies in Film
  •  LIT 138 CM - Film and Mass Culture
  •  LIT 139 CM - Film Theory
  •  LIT 145 HM - Third World Women Writers
  •  LIT 155 HM - Post-Apartheid Narratives
  •  LIT 160 AF - Caribbean Literature
  •  LIT 162 AF - African Literature
  •  LIT 163 AF - North African Literature and Culture in Text, Film, and Music
  •  LIT 165 AF - Caribbean Women Writers: Writing Between Borders
  •  LIT 166 CM - Feminist Theory
  •  MATH 022 SC - Great Ideas in Modern Mathematics
  •  MATH 023 SC - Transcendental Functions
  •  MATH 030 SC - Calculus I
  •  MATH 031 SC - Calculus II
  •  MATH 032 SC - Calculus III
  •  MATH 042 SC - Introduction to Python and Data Analysis
  •  MATH 043 SC - Introduction to Data Science
  •  MATH 052 CM - Introduction to Statistics
  •  MATH 055 SC - Discrete Mathematics
  •  MATH 060 SC - Linear Algebra
  •  MATH 101 SC - Introduction to Analysis
  •  MATH 102 SC - Differential Equations and Modeling
  •  MATH 103 SC - Combinatorics
  •  MATH 108 PZ - History of Mathematics
  •  MATH 111 SC - Differential Equations
  •  MATH 131 SC - Principles of Real Analysis I
  •  MATH 135 SC - Complex Analysis
  •  MATH 137 CM - Real Analysis I
  •  MATH 137 PO - Real and Functional Analysis I
  •  MATH 139 SC - Fourier Analysis
  •  MATH 151 CM - Probability
  •  MATH 171 SC - Abstract Algebra I
  •  MATH 175 SC - Number Theory and Cryptography
  •  MATH 183 SC - Modeling and Simulation
  •  MATH 191 SC - Senior Thesis
  •  MATH 199 SC - Independent Study in Mathematics: Reading and Research
  •  MS 045 PZ - Documentary Media
  •  MS 046 PZ - Feminist Documentary
  •  MS 049 SC - Introduction to Media Studies
  •  MS 050 PZ - Introduction to Film
  •  MS 051 PZ - Introduction to Digital Media Studies
  •  MS 051 SC - Introduction to Digital Media Studies
  •  MS 057 SC - Introduction to Game Design
  •  MS 059 SC - Alternative Computer Science: Analogs and Algorithms
  •  MS 060 HM - Documentary: Fact and Fiction
  •  MS 069 PZ - Media Praxis Ontario
  •  MS 070 PZ - Media and Social Change
  •  MS 071 PZ - Video Art
  •  MS 074 PZ - Sound Theory, Sound Practice
  •  MS 079 PZ - Silent Film
  •  MS 080 AA - Video and Diversity
  •  MS 082 PZ - Introduction to Video Art
  •  MS 083 PZ - Contemporary Practices in Media
  •  MS 084 PZ - Handmade Film
  •  MS 087 PZ - Media Sketchbook
  •  MS 088 PZ - Mexican Visual Cultures
  •  MS 091 PZ - History of American Broadcasting
  •  MS 093 PZ - Experimental Media Practice
  •  MS 099 PZ - Advanced Editing
  •  MS 100 AA - Asian Americans in Media
  •  MS 101 PZ - Asian American Media in Communities
  •  MS 110 PZ - Media and Sexuality
  •  MS 111 PZ - Perspectives on Photography
  •  MS 112 PZ - Anthropology of Media
  •  MS 114 PZ - Film Sound
  •  MS 115 PZ - Topics in Sound Culture: Soundscape
  •  MS 116 PZ - Screen Culture
  •  MS 117 PZ - Fan Culture and Celebrity
  •  MS 120 HM - Animal Media Studies
  •  MS 120 SC - Video Games and Media Discourse
  •  MS 127 HM - The Harmony of Sound and Light
  •  MS 130 SC - New Media Research Studio
  •  MS 131 SC - Interactive Narrative Design
  •  MS 132 SC - Theories of Interaction: Games as Media
  •  MS 135 PZ - Learning from YouTube
  •  MS 136 PZ - Online Feminist Spaces
  •  MS 137 PZ - Media Archives
  •  MS 147H PO - Reality, Realism, and the Real
  •  MS 148A PO - Topics in Media Theory: Surveillance and the Media: Observation, Power, and Control
  •  MS 148B PO - Drone Theory
  •  MS 148C PO - Media, Space, and Power: Cultural and Political Geographies of the Media
  •  MS 149E PO - The Brief History of Film Theory
  •  MS 159 SC - Computational Photography I
  •  MS 160 SC - Computational Photography 2
  •  MS 170 HM - Digital Cinema: Experimental Animation
  •  MS 173 HM - Exile in Cinema
  •  MS 180 SC - Junior Seminar in Media Studies Production
  •  MS 182 HM - Introduction to Video Art
  •  MS 190 JT - Senior Seminar in Media Studies
  •  MS 191 JT - Senior Thesis in Media Studies
  •  MS 192 JT - Senior Project in Media Studies
  •  MS 192H SC - Honors Senior Project in Media Studies
  •  MS 193 PZ - Directed Reading or Study in Media
  •  MS 194 PZ - Media Arts for Social Justice
  •  MS 196 PZ - Media Internship
  •  MS 197 PZ - Media Praxis
  •  MS 199 SC - Independent Study: Media Studies
  •  MUS 003 SC - Fundamentals of Music
  •  MUS 035 PO - Pomona College Band
  •  MUS 037 PO - Jazz Ensemble
  •  MUS 041 PO - Balinese Gamelan
  •  MUS 049 HM - American Gamelan Ensemble
  •  MUS 058 PO - Beethoven and His Sphere of Influence
  •  MUS 060 PO - History of Jazz
  •  MUS 061 PO - Musical Theatre in America
  •  MUS 062 PO - Survey of American Music
  •  MUS 063 HM - Music and the Peoples of the World
  •  MUS 065 PO - Introduction to World Music
  •  MUS 066 SC - Music Cultures of the World
  •  MUS 067 HM - Film Music
  •  MUS 068 PO - Listening to American Popular Music
  •  MUS 070 PO - Ethnomusicology
  •  MUS 081 JM - Introduction to Music: Sound and Meaning
  •  MUS 085 SC - Group Piano
  •  MUS 088 HM - Introduction to Computer Music
  •  MUS 089 SC - Group Voice
  •  MUS 091 PO - Perception, Cognition, and the History of Sound
  •  MUS 092 SC - Voice for Musical Theatre
  •  MUS 096A PO - Electronic Music Studio
  •  MUS 096B PO - Electronic Music Studio
  •  MUS 101 SC - Music Theory I
  •  MUS 102 SC - Music Theory II
  •  MUS 103 SC - Music Theory III
  •  MUS 104 SC - Music Literature and Analysis Since 1900
  •  MUS 110A SC - Music in Western Civilization
  •  MUS 110B SC - Music in Western Civilization
  •  MUS 112 SC - Introduction to Ethnomusicology
  •  MUS 118 SC - Music in the United States
  •  MUS 119 SC - Women and Gender in Music
  •  MUS 120 SC - Music in Christian Practice
  •  MUS 121 SC - Music of the Spirits: Tewa Pueblo Indian, Hawaiian, and African American
  •  MUS 122 SC - The Color of Music: Race in Blues and Jazz
  •  MUS 123 SC - Music and the Performance of Identities: Intersections of Race, Class, and Gender
  •  MUS 125 SC - Fight the Power: Music in L.A.
  •  MUS 126 SC - Music in East Asia and its American Diasporas
  •  MUS 130 SC - Rhythm and the Latina Body Politic
  •  MUS 131 SC - Mariachi Performance and Culture
  •  MUS 132 SC - Stravinsky: His Milieu and His Music
  •  MUS 151F SC - Conducting
  •  MUS 151H SC - Conducting
  •  MUS 162 SC - Musical Text-Setting, Analysis and Diction
  •  MUS 170F SC - Voice
  •  MUS 170H SC - Voice
  •  MUS 171F SC - Piano
  •  MUS 171H SC - Piano
  •  MUS 172 SC - Chamber Music
  •  MUS 173 JM - Claremont Concert Choir`
  •  MUS 174 JM - Claremont Chamber Choir
  •  MUS 175 JM - Claremont Concert Orchestra
  •  MUS 176 JM - Claremont Treble Singers
  •  MUS 177F SC - Violin
  •  MUS 177H SC - Violin
  •  MUS 187 SC - Special Topics in Music
  •  MUS 187A SC - The Relationship between Sacred Music and Sacred Spaces of Italy.
  •  MUS 189 SC - Junior Recital
  •  MUS 191 SC - Senior Thesis
  •  MUS 199 SC - Independent Study in Music: Reading and Research
  •  NEUR 095L JT - Foundations of Neuroscience
  •  NEUR 123 SC - Cognitive Neuroscience
  •  NEUR 123L SC - Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory
  •  NEUR 182 SC - Machine Learning Using Neural Signals
  •  NEUR 184 SC - Computational Psychiatry
  •  NEUR 188L KS - Senior Thesis Project in Neuroscience
  •  NEUR 189L KS - Senior Thesis Summer Research Project in Neuroscience
  •  NEUR 190L KS - Senior Thesis Research Project in Neuroscience, Second Semester
  •  NEUR 191 KS - One-Semester Thesis in Neuroscience
  •  ONT 101 PZ - Critical Community Studies
  •  ONT 105 PZ - Research Methods for Community Change
  •  PHIL 007 PO - Discovery, Invention and Progress
  •  PHIL 030 PZ - Knowledge, Mind and Existence
  •  PHIL 032 PO - Ethical Theory: Contemporary
  •  PHIL 034 PO - Philosophy of Law
  •  PHIL 037 PO - Values and the Environment
  •  PHIL 038 PO - Bioethics
  •  PHIL 039 PO - Gender, Crime and Punishment
  •  PHIL 040 PO - Ancient Philosophy
  •  PHIL 042 PO - History of Modern Philosophy
  •  PHIL 043 PO - Continental Thought
  •  PHIL 043 PZ - Continental Thought
  •  PHIL 046 PO - Feminism and Science
  •  PHIL 052 PZ - Philosophy of Religion
  •  PHIL 057 JT - Philosophy of Technology: Our Technologies, Ourselves
  •  PHIL 060 PO - Logic
  •  PHIL 080 PO - Philosophy of Mind
  •  PHIL 081 PO - Epistemology: Truth, Justification, Knowledge
  •  PHIL 084 PZ - Islamic Philosophy
  •  PHIL 090 SC - Introduction to Philosophy
  •  PHIL 095 CM - Fundamentals of Logic
  •  PHIL 096 JT - God and Philosophy: A Conflict in Reason
  •  PHIL 100A CM - Classical Philosophy
  •  PHIL 100D CM - 19th-Century Philosophy
  •  PHIL 101B CM - Classical Ethical Theory: Plato
  •  PHIL 101C CM - Classical Ethical Theory: Aristotle
  •  PHIL 101D CM - Classical Ethical Theory: Stoics, Skeptics, and Epicureans
  •  PHIL 103 PO - Philosophy of Science: Historical Survey
  •  PHIL 103 PZ - Philosophy of Science: History
  •  PHIL 104 PO - Philosophy of Science: Topical Survey
  •  PHIL 106 PO - Philosophy of Biology
  •  PHIL 112 SC - History of Philosophy: Ancient
  •  PHIL 113 SC - Early Modern Philosophy: The Rationalists
  •  PHIL 114 SC - History of Analytic Philosophy
  •  PHIL 118 SC - History of Modern Philosophy: Descartes to Kant
  •  PHIL 119 SC - History of Existentialism
  •  PHIL 125 SC - Classical Chinese Philosophy
  •  PHIL 125 HM - Ethical Issues in Science and Engineering
  •  PHIL 126 CM - Metaphysics
  •  PHIL 127 CM - History of Metaphysics
  •  PHIL 128 CM - The Metaphysics of Persons
  •  PHIL 130 SC - Philosophy of Mind
  •  PHIL 132 SC - The Substance of the Soul
  •  PHIL 134 SC - Knowledge and Mind
  •  PHIL 134 CM - Special Topics in Metaphysics and Epistemology
  •  PHIL 135 CM - Philosophy of Mind
  •  PHIL 137 SC - Skepticism
  •  PHIL 137 CM - Skepticism
  •  PHIL 138 CM - Epistemology
  •  PHIL 138 SC - Introduction to the Philosophy of Language and Mind
  •  PHIL 139 CM - Language and Reality
  •  PHIL 141 CM - Free Will, Responsibility, and Determinism
  •  PHIL 144 SC - Logic and Argumentation
  •  PHIL 146 SC - History of Analytic Philosophy
  •  PHIL 146 SC - Temptation and the Will
  •  PHIL 149 JT - Topics in Philosophy: Agency and Action
  •  PHIL 150 SC - Philosophy of Feminism
  •  PHIL 151 SC - Feminist Ethics
  •  PHIL 154 SC - Philosophy of Social Sciences
  •  PHIL 155 SC - Ethics of the Beginning and End of Life
  •  PHIL 155 PZ - Islam vs. Islam
  •  PHIL 158 CM - Ethical Theory
  •  PHIL 160 SC - Ethical Theory
  •  PHIL 162 SC - Political Philosophy
  •  PHIL 164 SC - Ethical Theory Seminar: The Moral Deal
  •  PHIL 168 SC - The Rational and the Irrational
  •  PHIL 169 SC - Responsibility, Guilt, and the Person
  •  PHIL 170 SC - Faith and Reason
  •  PHIL 176 CM - Philosophy of Law
  •  PHIL 180 CM - Health, Measurement, and Justice
  •  PHIL 185 CM - Life, Death, and Survival of Death
  •  PHIL 185L PO - Topics in Epistemology, Metaphysics and the Philosophy of Mind
  •  PHIL 185N JT - Topics in Neurophilosophy
  •  PHIL 186H PO - Topics in History of Modern Philosophy
  •  PHIL 186K PO - Kant
  •  PHIL 187C PO - Tutorial in Ancient Philosophy
  •  PHIL 190 SC - Senior Seminar
  •  PHIL 191 SC - Senior Thesis
  •  PHIL 199 SC - Independent Study in Philosophy: Reading and Research
  •  PHYS 017 PO - Physics in Society: A Critical Analysis of Energy Policies
  •  PHYS 030L KS - General Physics for the Life Sciences
  •  PHYS 031L KS - General Physics for the Life Sciences
  •  PHYS 033L KS - Principles of Physics
  •  PHYS 034L KS - Principles of Physics
  •  PHYS 035 KS - Modern Physics with Computational Applications
  •  PHYS 080 HM - Topics in Physics
  •  PHYS 100 KS - Computational Physics and Engineering
  •  PHYS 101 KS - Classical Mechanics with Computational Applications
  •  PHYS 102 KS - Electromagnetism
  •  PHYS 105 KS - Computational Partial Differential Equations
  •  PHYS 106L KS - Electronics Laboratory
  •  PHYS 108 KS - Programming for Science and Engineering
  •  PHYS 114 KS - Quantum Mechanics with Computational Applications
  •  PHYS 115 KS - Statistical Physics with Computational Applications
  •  PHYS 178 KS - Biophysics
  •  PHYS 187 KS - Special Topics in Physics
  •  PHYS 188L KS - Senior Thesis Research Project in Physics
  •  PHYS 189L KS - Senior Thesis Summer Research Project in Physics
  •  PHYS 190L KS - Senior Thesis Research Project in Physics, Second Semester
  •  PHYS 191 KS - One Semester Senior Thesis in Physics
  •  PHYS 199 KS - Independent Study in Physics
  •  POLI 001B PO - Modern Political Theory
  •  POLI 005 PO - Introduction to Comparative Politics
  •  POLI 007 PO - United States Foreign Policy
  •  POLI 008 PO - Introduction to International Relations
  •  POLI 033A PO - American Constitutionalism I: Structures of Power
  •  POLI 033B PO - American Constitutionalism II: Rights and Liberties
  •  POLI 060 PO - The Global Politics of Food and Agriculture
  •  POLI 061 PO - The Global Politics of Water
  •  POLI 086 PO - International Organization, Communication, and Power
  •  POLI 097 PO - Writing about Justice
  •  POLI 100 SC - Introduction to International Relations
  •  POLI 101 SC - International Political Economy
  •  POLI 102 SC - Cooperation and Rivalry in the European Union
  •  POLI 105 SC - NATO in the 21st Century: The Atlantic Alliance Under Stress
  •  POLI 108 SC - Political Europe and Monetary Europe
  •  POLI 110 SC - Introduction to Comparative Politics
  •  POLI 111 SC - Politics and Markets in Latin America
  •  POLI 112 SC - Mobilizing Islam
  •  POLI 113 SC - People and Power in the Modern Middle East
  •  POLI 114 SC - Islam and Politics in the Middle East: Rulers, Reformers and Radicals
  •  POLI 115 SC - Politics of Identity in South Asia: Religion, Caste and Ethnicity
  •  POLI 116 SC - The Politics of God
  •  POLI 117 SC - Nations and Nationalism
  •  POLI 118 SC - Korea and Korean Americans
  •  POLI 119 SC - Public Policy in the European Union
  •  POLI 120 SC - Introduction to U.S. Politics
  •  POLI 121 SC - Ending Mass Incarceration
  •  POLI 122 SC - The Power Elite
  •  POLI 124 SC - Race in American Politics
  •  POLI 125 SC - Voting, Campaigning, and Elections
  •  POLI 126 SC - Black Americans and the Political System
  •  POLI 127 SC - Politics and Public Policy of Asian Communities in the U.S
  •  POLI 128 SC - Race and American Capitalism
  •  POLI 129 SC - Toward Economic Dignity in the Real World
  •  POLI 130 SC - Introduction to Political Economy
  •  POLI 132 SC - Wealth, Poverty and Inequality
  •  POLI 134 SC - Infrastructures of Justice
  •  POLI 135 PO - Policy Implementation and Evaluation
  •  POLI 135 SC - Political Economy of Food
  •  POLI 135L SC - Political Economy of Food Lab
  •  POLI 136 PO - Environmental Justice and Public Policy
  •  POLI 140 SC - Introduction to Political Theory
  •  POLI 141 SC - Politics of Race and American Popular Film
  •  POLI 142 SC - Marxist and Post-Marxist Political Thought
  •  POLI 143 SC - Civil Liberties and Fundamental Rights
  •  POLI 144 SC - Legal Storytelling and the Rule of Law
  •  POLI 145 SC - Race, Violence, and the Law
  •  POLI 149 AF - Africana Political Theory in the United States
  •  POLI 149 PO - Science, Technology, and Public Policy
  •  POLI 150 SC - Introduction to Public Policy
  •  POLI 151 SC - Women and Public Policy
  •  POLI 152 SC - Women and the Law
  •  POLI 153 SC - Environmental Policy in the United States
  •  POLI 154 SC - Future of Higher Education
  •  POLI 156 SC - Women and Public Policy
  •  POLI 157 SC - Black Feminist & Womanist Thought
  •  POLI 167 JT - The Arab Spring and the Remaking of the Middle East
  •  POLI 180 SC - Research Design
  •  POLI 187 SC - Special Topics in Politics
  •  POLI 187B SC - Race, Gender, and Welfare State Politics
  •  POLI 187D SC - Gender Politics and Public Policy
  •  POLI 187I SC - Race, Education and Law
  •  POLI 187K SC - Race, Nation, and Baseball
  •  POLI 187M SC - Feminist Political Thought
  •  POLI 190 SC - Senior Seminar
  •  POLI 191 SC - Senior Thesis
  •  POLI 195A SC - Politics Practicum: Food Justice
  •  POLI 199 SC - Independent Study
  •  PORT 022 SC - Intensive Introductory Portuguese
  •  POST 106 PZ - Law and Politics
  •  POST 107 CH - Latino Politics
  •  POST 114 HM - Comparative Environmental Politics
  •  POST 128 PZ - The War on Terror
  •  POST 140 HM - Global Environmental Politics
  •  POST 156 PZ - Critical Race Theory
  •  POST 159 PZ - Crime and Punishment
  •  POST 174 CH - U.S. Immigration Policy
  •  POST 175 CH - Immigration and Race in America
  •  POST 186 PZ - Technology and Politics
  •  POST 190 PZ - Science, Politics, and Alternative Medicine
  •  POST 198 PZ - God in the Barrio
  •  PPA 001 PO - Introduction to Public Policy Analysis
  •  PPE 160 PO - Freedom, Markets, and Well-Being
  •  PSYC 012 AF - Introduction to African American Psychology
  •  PSYC 037 CM - Organizational Psychology
  •  PSYC 051 PO - Introduction to Psychological Science
  •  PSYC 052 SC - Introduction to Psychology
  •  PSYC 081 CM - Developmental Psychology
  •  PSYC 084 CH - Psychology of the Chicanx Latinx Experience
  •  PSYC 095 JT - Foundations of Neuroscience
  •  PSYC 102 SC - Psychology of Women
  •  PSYC 103 SC - Psychological Statistics
  •  PSYC 103 PZ - Social Psychology
  •  PSYC 104 SC - Research Design in Psychology
  •  PSYC 104L SC - Research Design in Psychology Laboratory
  •  PSYC 105 SC - Personality
  •  PSYC 107 CM - Neuroeconomics
  •  PSYC 109 SC - Psychology of Work and Family
  •  PSYC 110 SC - Child Development
  •  PSYC 111 SC - Adolescent Development
  •  PSYC 111 PZ - Physiological Psychology
  •  PSYC 112 SC - Adult Development and Aging
  •  PSYC 116 SC - Identity Development in Minority Children and Adolescent
  •  PSYC 117 PZ - Children and Families in South Asia
  •  PSYC 118 PZ - Health Psychology
  •  PSYC 120 SC - Cognitive Development
  •  PSYC 122 SC - Cognitive Psychology
  •  PSYC 122L SC - Cognitive Psychology Laboratory
  •  PSYC 123 SC - Cognitive Neuroscience
  •  PSYC 123L SC - Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory
  •  PSYC 125 AF - Culture & Human Development: The African Diaspora
  •  PSYC 127 SC - Neuroscience of Decision-Making
  •  PSYC 128 SC - Abnormal Psychology
  •  PSYC 129 SC - Social Neuroscience
  •  PSYC 130 SC - Emotion
  •  PSYC 131 SC - Clinical Neuropsychology
  •  PSYC 131L SC - Clinical Neuropsychology Lab
  •  PSYC 132 SC - Autism Spectrum: Neuroscience, Psychology, Disabilities Studies
  •  PSYC 133 PO - Fieldwork in Clinical Psychology
  •  PSYC 133 SC - Science of Emotions and Positive Psychology
  •  PSYC 143 SC - Advanced Statistics I: Analysis of Variance and Regression
  •  PSYC 144 SC - Advanced Statistics II: Structural Equation Modeling
  •  PSYC 145 SC - Mixed Methods Research
  •  PSYC 150 AF - Psychology of the Black Experience
  •  PSYC 152 SC - Cultural Psychology
  •  PSYC 153 AA - Asian American Psychology
  •  PSYC 153 PZ - The Socialization of Gender: A Developmental Perspective
  •  PSYC 155 CM - Seminar in Ethnic Minority Psychology and Mental Health
  •  PSYC 156 SC - Native American Psychology
  •  PSYC 157 SC - Psychology of the Black Woman in America
  •  PSYC 162 SC - Psychology and the Law
  •  PSYC 162L SC - Psychology and Law Lab
  •  PSYC 163 SC - Social Psychology and the Legal System
  •  PSYC 166 SC - Psychology, Sustainability, and Environmental Decision-Making
  •  PSYC 167A JT - Applied Social Psychological Research
  •  PSYC 167B JT - Applied Social Psychological Research
  •  PSYC 168 SC - Social Psychology
  •  PSYC 168L SC - Social Psychology Laboratory
  •  PSYC 169 SC - Topics: Stereotyping and Prejudice
  •  PSYC 169L SC - Stereotyping and Prejudice Lab
  •  PSYC 170 SC - Close Relationships Across the Lifespan
  •  PSYC 174 SC - Is Freud Really Dead?
  •  PSYC 176 PO - The Psychology of Health and Medicine
  •  PSYC 180B PO - Seminar in Clinical Psychology
  •  PSYC 180N CH - Latinx Mental Health
  •  PSYC 181 SC - Topics in Clinical Psychology
  •  PSYC 182 SC - Machine Learning Using Neural Signals
  •  PSYC 183 SC - Human Data Science Ethics
  •  PSYC 184 SC - Computational Psychiatry
  •  PSYC 185 CM - Health Psychology
  •  PSYC 188 AF - Seminar in African American Psychology
  •  PSYC 190 PZ - History and Systems in Psychology
  •  PSYC 191 SC - Senior Thesis
  •  PSYC 193 PZ - Health Disparities Seminar
  •  PSYC 193 SC - Senior Thesis: Spring
  •  PSYC 194 PZ - Seminar in Social Psychology
  •  PSYC 195 SC - Internship in Psychology
  •  PSYC 197C SC - Developmental Psychology Practicum
  •  PSYC 199 SC - Independent Study in Psychology: Reading and Research
  •  PSYC 199 PZ - Seminar in Developmental Psychology
  •  REL 310 CG - Introduction to the History of Judaism and Jewish Thought
  •  REL 321 CG - Old Testament Theology
  •  REL 410 CG - The Qur'an and Its Interpreters
  •  REL 436 CG - Islamic Law and Legal Theory
  •  REL 444IS CG - Environmental Ethics and Mystical Traditions in Islam
  •  REL 448 CG - Archaeology of the Bible
  •  REL 450IS CG - Introduction to Islamic Studies
  •  REL 453 CG - Women in Genesis
  •  REL 458IS CG - Feminism and Qur'anic Studies
  •  REL 465IS CG - Classical Arabic Literature and the Quar'an
  •  RLST 002 PO - Ideas of Love
  •  RLST 010 CM - Introduction to South Asian Religious Traditions
  •  RLST 012 CM - Devotional Worlds of South Asia
  •  RLST 015 CM - Myth and Religion
  •  RLST 016 PO - The Life Story of the Buddha
  •  RLST 020 PO - Introduction to the Hebrew Bible: Text and Interpretation
  •  RLST 021 CM - Jewish Civilization
  •  RLST 022 CM - Introduction to Western Religious Traditions
  •  RLST 025 PO - Religion, Punishment, and Restoration in the U.S.
  •  RLST 037 CM - History of World Christianity
  •  RLST 040 PO - Religious Ethics
  •  RLST 043 CM - Introduction to Religious Thought
  •  RLST 045 CM - Sikhism
  •  RLST 048 PO - Nourishing Life: Techniques for Bodily, Mental, and Environmental Health in East Asian Writings
  •  RLST 049 PO - Buddhist Meditation Techniques and Cultures Across Asia
  •  RLST 055 CM - Jewish Art and Identity
  •  RLST 057 CM - Islamic Empire and Political Philosophy
  •  RLST 058 CM - The End of the World As We Know It
  •  RLST 059 CM - Dreams, Visions, and the Afterworld in Islamic Tradition
  •  RLST 060 SC - Feminist Interpretations of the Bible
  •  RLST 061 SC - New Testament and Christian Origins
  •  RLST 064 CM - Islam in Motion
  •  RLST 065 CM - Contemporary Issues in the Study of Islam
  •  RLST 080 PO - The Holy Fool: The Comic, the Ugly, and Divine Madness
  •  RLST 081 SC - Precolonial African Christian Spiritualities
  •  RLST 082 CM - African-American Religions
  •  RLST 084 CM - Religion, Race, and the Civil Rights Movement
  •  RLST 085 SC - Conquered Colonized Christianity
  •  RLST 087 CM - Israel: Zionism and the Jewish State
  •  RLST 089 CM - Religion, Race, and Economic Inequality in the Americas
  •  RLST 090 SC - Early Christian Bodies
  •  RLST 091 SC - Heretics, Deviants, and "Others" in Early Christianity
  •  RLST 092 SC - Introduction to Early Christianities
  •  RLST 093 SC - Early Christianity and/as Theory
  •  RLST 094 SC - Feminist Histories of Early Christianity
  •  RLST 095 SC - Jesus, Paul, and Early Christian Sexualities
  •  RLST 096 SC - Eros & Sex Antiquity & Byzantium
  •  RLST 097 SC - Queer African Christianities
  •  RLST 100 PO - Worlds of Buddhism
  •  RLST 101A CM - Sanskrit and the Indian Epics I - The Mahabharata
  •  RLST 101B CM - Sanskrit and the Indian Epics II - The Ramayana
  •  RLST 102 CM - Hinduism and South Asian Culture
  •  RLST 103 PO - Religious Traditions of China
  •  RLST 105 HM - Religions in American Culture (3)
  •  RLST 106 PZ - Zen Buddhism
  •  RLST 107 PO - Tradition or Innovation? The Making of Modern Chinese Buddhism
  •  RLST 109 CM - Readings in the Hindu Tradition
  •  RLST 110 PO - Death, Dying, and the Afterlife in East Asian Religions
  •  RLST 111 CM - Rebels, Radicals, and Religions on the Margins
  •  RLST 112 HM - Engaging Religion
  •  RLST 113 HM - God, Darwin, Design in America: A Historical Survey of Religion and Science
  •  RLST 114 HM - 2038: Prophecy, Apocalypse
  •  RLST 115 CM - Asian American Religions
  •  RLST 118 CM - Hindu Goddess Worship
  •  RLST 119 PZ - Religion in Medieval East Asia
  •  RLST 120 CM - The Life of Jesus
  •  RLST 121 SC - The Pauline Tradition
  •  RLST 128 CM - Religion of Islam
  •  RLST 129 CM - Ancient Jewish Experience
  •  RLST 135 CM - Jerusalem: The Holy City
  •  RLST 136 CM - Religion in Contemporary America
  •  RLST 137 CM - Jewish-Christian Relations
  •  RLST 138 CM - American Religious History
  •  RLST 139 PO - Benjamin, Blanchot, Levinas, Derrida: Contemporary Continental Jewish Philosophy
  •  RLST 141 PO - The Experience of God: Contemporary Theologies of Transformation
  •  RLST 142 AF - The Problem of Evil: African-American Engagements with(in) Western Thought
  •  RLST 143 CM - Philosophy of Religion
  •  RLST 144 CM - Life, Death and Survival of Death
  •  RLST 147 HM - World Religions and Transnational Religions: American and Global Movements
  •  RLST 150 AF - The Eye of God: Race, Sun, & Empire
  •  RLST 151 CM - Poverty, Religion, and Social Change
  •  RLST 152 PO - Ritual and Magic in Children's Literature
  •  RLST 153 CM - Religion and American Politics
  •  RLST 155 PO - Religion, Ethics and Social Practice: An Intergenerational Partnership on Vocations for Social Change
  •  RLST 156 CM - European Reformations
  •  RLST 157 PO - Philosophical Responses to the Holocaust
  •  RLST 158 PO - Introduction to Jewish Mysticism
  •  RLST 161 CM - Gurus, Swamis, and Others: Hindu Wisdom Beyond South Asia
  •  RLST 162 PO - Modern Jewish Philosophy
  •  RLST 163 CM - Women and Gender in Jewish Tradition
  •  RLST 164 PO - Engendering and Experience: Women in Islamic Traditions
  •  RLST 165 CM - Religion and Politics in Medieval and Early Modern Europe
  •  RLST 166A PO - The Divine Body: Religion and the Environment
  •  RLST 166B CM - Religion, Politics, and Global Violence
  •  RLST 167 SC - Early Christian-Muslim Relations: Baghdad to Barcelona
  •  RLST 168 HM - Activism, Vocation, Justice
  •  RLST 169 CM - Christianity and Politics in East Asia
  •  RLST 170 SC - Women and Religion in Greco-Roman Antiquity
  •  RLST 171 CM - Religion and Film
  •  RLST 175 CM - Visions of the Divine Feminine
  •  RLST 176 CM - Visionaries, Prophets, and Transformative Leadership
  •  RLST 177 PO - Gender and Religion
  •  RLST 180 PO - Interpreting Religious Worlds
  •  RLST 181 PO - Prison, Punishment, Redemption
  •  RLST 183 HM - Ghosts and the Machines
  •  RLST 184 PO - Queer Theory and the Bible
  •  RLST 184 HM - Science and Religion
  •  RLST 186 CM - Research Practicum in Archaeology
  •  RLST 187 PO - Queering Religion
  •  RLST 189P PO - Critical Theory
  •  RLST 190 PO - Senior Seminar in Religious Studies
  •  RLST 191 SC - Senior Thesis
  •  RLST 199 SC - Independent Study in Religious Studies
  •  RUSS 001 PO - Elementary Russian
  •  RUSS 002 PO - Elementary Russian
  •  RUSS 011 PO - Conversation: Contemporary Russian Language and Culture
  •  RUSS 013 PO - Advanced Conversation
  •  RUSS 033 PO - Intermediate Russian
  •  RUSS 044 PO - Advanced Russian
  •  RUSS 180 PO - Readings in 19th Century Russian Literature
  •  RUSS 181 PO - Readings in Modern Russian Literature
  •  RUSS 182 PO - Post-Soviet Russian Culture and Society
  •  RUSS 183 PO - Russian Comedy in Film and Fiction
  •  RUSS 184 PO - The Art of Translation
  •  RUSS 186 PO - Animated Russia: Cartoons and the Language of Culture
  •  RUSS 191 PO - Senior Thesis
  •  RUST 079 PO - Russian Short Fiction: Tales of Passion, Crime, Wars and Revolutions
  •  RUST 080 PO - Russian Literature and Culture from 1900 to the Present
  •  RUST 100 PO - Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, Chekhov
  •  RUST 103 PO - Dostoevsky and Popular Culture
  •  RUST 111 PO - Russian Cinema
  •  RUST 112 PO - Politicizing Magic: Classic, Russian and Soviet Fairy Tales
  •  RUST 175 PO - Russia: Empire and Identity
  •  RUST 185 PO - The Novels of Vladimir Nabokov
  •  SOC 001 PZ - Sociology and View of the World
  •  SOC 030 CH - Chicanx Latinx in Contemporary Society
  •  SOC 035 PZ - Race and Ethnic Relations
  •  SOC 051 PZ - Cast, Class and Colonialism
  •  SOC 055 PO - Population and Environment
  •  SOC 073 PZ - Model Minority/Perpetual Foreigner: Asians in America
  •  SOC 086 PZ - Social Inequality
  •  SOC 095 PZ - Contemporary Central Asia
  •  SOC 108 PZ - Moon Called: Black Women, Pregnancy, and Ritual
  •  SOC 109 PZ - African American Social Theory
  •  SOC 114 CH - Los Angeles Communities: Transformations, Inequalites and Activism
  •  SOC 114 PZ - Sociology of Religion
  •  SOC 120 PZ - Sex Politics
  •  SOC 121 PO - Radicals, Revolutionaries and Terrorists
  •  SOC 122 PZ - Sociology of Health and Medicine
  •  SOC 126 AA - Immigration and the Second Generation
  •  SOC 136 AF - Framing "Urban" Life
  •  SOC 145 CH - Restructuring Communities
  •  SOC 146 PO - Women's Roles in Society
  •  SOC 150 CH - Chicanxs Latinxs and Education
  •  SOC 150 AA - Contemporary Asian American Issues
  •  SOC 154 PO - History and Development of Sociological Theory I: The Classical Tradition
  •  SOC 157 PZ - Gender in American Society
  •  SOC 170 PZ - Internship: Sociology of Health and Medicine
  •  SOSC 147 HM - Enterprise and the Entrepreneur
  •  SOSC 180 HM - Tropical Forests: Policy and Practice
  •  SPAN 001 SC - Introductory Spanish
  •  SPAN 002 SC - Introductory Spanish
  •  SPAN 011 SC - Conversation: Contemporary Spanish Language and Culture
  •  SPAN 022 SC - Intensive Introductory Spanish
  •  SPAN 031 PZ - Community-Based Spanish Practicum
  •  SPAN 033 SC - Intermediate Spanish
  •  SPAN 044 SC - Advanced Spanish: Readings in Literature and Civilization
  •  SPAN 065 CH - Spanish for Bilinguals
  •  SPAN 100 SC - Cultural Competence in the Health Professions
  •  SPAN 100 PZ - Spanish in the Community
  •  SPAN 101 CM - Introduction to Literary Analysis
  •  SPAN 101 PO - Introduction to Literary Analysis
  •  SPAN 101 SC - Introduction to Literary Analysis. Analysis of literary genres and styles
  •  SPAN 102 CM - Introduction to Latin American Cultural Studies
  •  SPAN 102 SC - Latin American Culture and Civilization
  •  SPAN 102B PO - Introduction to Contemporary Spanish Cultural Studies
  •  SPAN 103 SC - Advanced Conversation and Composition
  •  SPAN 105 PO - Spanish Film: Tradition and Transgression
  •  SPAN 106 PO - Images of Latin America in Fiction and Film
  •  SPAN 107 PO - Identity Matters in Latin American Literature and Culture
  •  SPAN 110 SC - Introduction to Spanish Civilization
  •  SPAN 114 SC - Gender and Identity Formation in Contemporary Mexican Literature
  •  SPAN 115 SC - Contemporary Spanish Women Writers: Gender, Politics, and The Self
  •  SPAN 116 SC - Beyond Neoliberal Imaginaries
  •  SPAN 120A PO - Survey of Spanish Literature
  •  SPAN 120A SC - Survey of Spanish Literature
  •  SPAN 120B PO - Survey of Spanish Literature
  •  SPAN 120B SC - Survey of Spanish Literature
  •  SPAN 124 CM - Visions of Democracy: New Spanish Voices after the Fall of the Dictatorship
  •  SPAN 125A CM - Introduction to Latin American Literature and Civilization I
  •  SPAN 125A PO - Medieval & Early Modern Literature: Licentious Laments to Life is a Dream
  •  SPAN 125B CM - Introduction to Latin American Literature and Civilization II
  •  SPAN 125B PO - Survey of Spanish-American Literature
  •  SPAN 126 PO - In Short: Latin American Story Telling
  •  SPAN 127 CH - Literatura Chicana en Español
  •  SPAN 128 PO - Poverty, Literature and Social Justice
  •  SPAN 129 PO - Early Modern Women Writers
  •  SPAN 131 SC - Representations of Queer Lives in Latin America
  •  SPAN 133 SC - Translation and the Right to Language
  •  SPAN 134 SC - Indigenous Women, Representations, and Struggles
  •  SPAN 135 PO - Latin American Narrative Boom of the 1960s
  •  SPAN 137 SC - Translating the Aztecs: Indigenous Cultures and Colonialism in Mexico
  •  SPAN 139 SC - Plants, Magic, and Race: Intercultural Translations of Shamanism
  •  SPAN 140 PO - From Borges to "Literatura Lite": Gender and Genre in Contemporary Latin American Literature and Culture
  •  SPAN 140 SC - The Spanish Transition Through the Lens of Pedro Almodóvar
  •  SPAN 142 PO - Tropicalizations: Transcultural Representations of Latinidad
  •  SPAN 146 PO - El deseo de la palabra: Slow Soundings in Latin American Poetry
  •  SPAN 151 SC - "Necropolis": Detective Novels and Cities in Spain and Latin America
  •  SPAN 152 SC - Border Thinking in Spain
  •  SPAN 153 PO - Spanglish in Context: Bilingualism in the United States
  •  SPAN 154 SC - Trans-Caribbean Formations: Translating Identity, Race, and Gender in Cuba, the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico
  •  SPAN 155 SC - Short Fiction by Spanish Women Writers
  •  SPAN 156 SC - From Macondo to McOndo: Revisiting the Latin American Short Story
  •  SPAN 157 SC - Nineteenth-Century Latin American Literature: Nation, Family, and Romance
  •  SPAN 160 SC - Jews, Moors and Native Americans: Religious and Ethnic Minorities in the Spanish Empire
  •  SPAN 163 SC - Pais Vasco or Euskal Herria: Una intro
  •  SPAN 165 SC - History of the Spanish Language
  •  SPAN 170 PO - Don Quixote and Cultural Identity
  •  SPAN 175 SC - From Freedom and Democracy to Dictatorship and Repression: The Aftermath of the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1975
  •  SPAN 176 SC - From Tyranny to Democracy: The Politics of Culture in Spain Between 1975-1992
  •  SPAN 177 SC - Escenarios de conflicto: Theater and Social Change in Contemporary Spain and Latin America
  •  SPAN 178 SC - Literary and Filmic Representations of the Spanish Civil War in Contemporary Spain. "Working through" Memory.
  •  SPAN 178 CM - The New Latin American Cinema: History, Politics, Gender, and Society
  •  SPAN 179 SC - Fe, Esperanza, Amor y Muerte: Women Writers of the Hispanic World
  •  SPAN 179 CM - Mexican Cinema in the New Millennium
  •  SPAN 180 CM - A Time of Crisis: Spanish Literature from 1898-1920
  •  SPAN 181 CM - Representations of Democracy in Latin American Literature and Cinema
  •  SPAN 182 PO - Contemporary Spanish Poetry: Poetics, Identity, Difference
  •  SPAN 182 SC - Cuba, Puerto Rico and Dominican Republic: Towards an Interpretation of the Hispanic Caribbean through Its Short Stories
  •  SPAN 182 CM - Latin American Documentary Cinema
  •  SPAN 183 SC - Interculturality and Bilingualism in the Andes
  •  SPAN 184 CM - Literature of the Zapatista Rebellion: "To rule by obeying."
  •  SPAN 184 SC - The Image and the Word/La imagen y la palabra
  •  SPAN 185 PO - The Avant-Garde in Spain
  •  SPAN 186 PZ - Latin American Cultural Diaspora
  •  SPAN 187 PZ - Expressions of Latin American Popular Cultures
  •  SPAN 189 PZ - Seminar on Contemporary Issues in the Spanish Speaking World
  •  SPAN 191 SC - Senior Thesis
  •  SPAN 199 SC - Independent Study in Latin American or Spanish Literature: Reading and Research
  •  STS 010 HM - Introduction to Science, Technology, and Society
  •  STS 080 PO - Science and Technology in the Ancient and Medieval Worlds
  •  STS 081 PZ - Science and Technology in the Early Modern World
  •  STS 190 PO - Senior Integrative Seminar
  •  STS 191 SC - Senior Thesis
  •  STS 199 SC - Independent Study: Reading and Research
  •  THEA 001A PO - Basic Acting: Tools and Fundamentals
  •  THEA 001D PO - Beginning Acting: African American Theatre
  •  THEA 002 PO - The Dramatic Imagination
  •  THEA 007 PO - Devising Performance
  •  THEA 012 PO - Intermediate Acting: Scene Study & Voice
  •  THEA 013 PO - Corporeal Mime
  •  THEA 014 PO - Corporeal Mime and Pedagogy
  •  THEA 017 PO - Make-up
  •  THEA 021 PO - Costume Construction
  •  THEA 022 PO - Stage Lighting Technology
  •  THEA 023 PO - Theatre Crafts
  •  THEA 024 PO - Sound for the Theatre
  •  THEA 030 PO - World Theatre and Drama I: Greeks to Restoration
  •  THEA 031 PO - Word Theatre and Drama II: Kabuki to Contemporary
  •  THEA 041 PO - Stage and Theatre Management
  •  THEA 051C PO - Theatre Performance
  •  THEA 051H PO - Theatre Performance and Pedagogy
  •  THEA 052C PO - Theatre Production: Practicum
  •  THEA 052H PO - Theatre Production: Practicum and Pedagogy
  •  THEA 053CG PO - Alexander Technique In Motion-Group
  •  THEA 053CI PO - Alexander Technique and Pedagogy-Individual
  •  THEA 053HG PO - Alexander Technique in Motion-Group
  •  THEA 053HI PO - Alexander Technique and Pedagogy-Individual
  •  THEA 054C PO - The Speaking Voice
  •  THEA 060 PO - Theatre for Young Audiences
  •  THEA 061 PO - Theatre for Young Audiences
  •  THEA 080 PO - Scene Design for Stage and Screen
  •  THEA 081 PO - Costume Design for Stage and Screen
  •  THEA 082 PO - Lighting Design for Stage and Screen
  •  THEA 091 PO - Musical Theatre Performance
  •  THEA 100E PO - Acting Studio: Acting for Film and Television
  •  THEA 130 PO - Introduction to Directing
  •  THEA 170 PO - Writing for Performance
  •  THEA 188 PO - Theory/Criticism/Praxis
  •  THEA 191H PO - Senior Thesis
  •  THEA 192H PO - Senior Project
  •  WGS 301 CG - Introduction to Women and Gender Studies
  •  WGS 304 CG - Feminist Research Methods and Inquiry
  •  WGS 325 CG - Gender and Reproductive Health
  •  WRIT 010 PZ - Writing Publics: Education, Literacies, and Culture
  •  WRIT 016 PZ - The Writing Process
  •  WRIT 020 PZ - Writing Seminar: Representing LA
  •  WRIT 100 SC - Advanced Argumentative Writing
  •  WRIT 100A PZ - Writing Center Theory & Praxis
  •  WRIT 105 SC - Writing and the Liberal Arts
  •  WRIT 109 SC - Writing Studio
  •  WRIT 110 SC - Introduction to Rhetoric
  •  WRIT 113 SC - Prose Style and the Sentence
  •  WRIT 120 SC - Writing for Non-Profit Institutions
  •  WRIT 132 SC - Arts + Culture Review
  •  WRIT 135 SC - Writing Social Media
  •  WRIT 137 SC - The Newspaper Op-Ed
  •  WRIT 140 SC - Creative Nonfiction
  •  WRIT 145 SC - Women's Memoir/Writing
  •  WRIT 160 SC - Theories and Pedagogies of Writing
  •  WRIT 172 SC - Rhetorics of Sustainability
  •  WRIT 175 SC - Social Action Writing and Rhetoric
  •  WRIT 197 SC - Special Topics in Writing
  •  WRIT 197J SC - Topics in Writing: Eye-Opening Writing

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