Fall 2015 @Work: The Nature of Labor on a Changing Planet
The following is a working list of courses approved for inclusion in Themester 2015. Course descriptions and links to listings in the Schedule of Classes will be added as they become available.
Please send curricular proposals to email@example.com by February 15, 2015. As always, do not hesitate to contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions or for further information or see our frequently asked questions. Submissions should include the following:
1. an introduction explaining how the course fits the theme or would be framed to do so,
2. a syllabus (preferred) or hearty description of the class, and
3. a one-to-two-paragraph course description that we can use for promotion to students. The description should briefly touch on how the course relates to Themester 2015.
|AMID-R 404 International Textiles and Apparel Trade||M. Embry | Description | Schedule
|AMST-A ### Worlds of Labor: American Agitation and Creativity in Global Economies||L. Frazier | Description | Schedule
|ANTH-A ### World of Work||I. Gershon | Description | Schedule
|ECON-E 390 Race Against--or Race with--the Machine: Accelerating Technological Innovation||P. Olson | Description | Schedule|
|FOLK F252 Work as Art: Occupational Folklore in the United States||J. Kay | Description | Schedule|
|GEOL-G 441 Mobilities||I. Ashutosh | Description | Schedule|
|HIST-E 200 Making a Living History||M. Moyd | Description | Schedule|
|SLAV-# ### Nothing Doing||J. Emery | Description | Schedule|