Course Catalog: Summer 2019

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Black Panthers, Brown Berets: Radical Social Movements of the Late-20th Century

Dyin’ Dixie?: Literature and Culture of the Southern U.S.

Race, Gender & Horror: Reading Psychoanalysis in American Film & Fiction

Language, Power, and Social Justice

Black Lives Matter Less: How Structural Racism Affects the Health of Black Lives and Communities

Ancient Greek Theater Production

Introduction to Computer Aided Design (CAD) and 3D Printing

Best Frenemies?: Cultural Narratives of Female Friendship in Literature and Film

Creative Coding: Reading and Writing Web-based Literature Online

Literature, Culture, and American Identities

Monstrosities: The Meaning of Monsters in the Modern World

ReWrite Mississippi: Narratives of Harmony and Hate

Civil Rights and Its Opponents, from the Civil War to Now

Power and the Production of History

Fakes, Forgeries, and Fraud in Art History

Introduction to Modern and Contemporary Architecture

Trends in Modern Art

Documentary Production and Practice

From Mayberry to "Netflix and Chill": Topics in Television Studies, Race, Gender, and Class

Introduction to Film Analysis

Media Psychology: The Psychological Basis of the Media's Power of Persuasion

The *@#%* Media: Pulling Back the Curtain on Fake News

Work and Its Discontents: Theory, History and Media of Work and Its Refusal

Introduction to Music Production

Jazz and Hip Hop

Taking Life to Save Life: War, Media and Humanitarianism

The End of Politics as We Know It? Theories of Control & Resistance in the Digital Age

To Fight Without Violence: History, Theories, and Tactics of Nonviolent Civil Resistance

Freud: Psychoanalysis and Its Legacies

Psychology and the Media

Psychology of Social Media

Presenting to the Public

Something to Offer and Something to Learn: Becoming a Better Communicator

Writing for Performance/Designing Creative Inquiry

Drawing Intensive

Paper! Paper! Paper! SCULPTURE

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