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Indiana University Bloomington

Fall 2017  Diversity Difference Otherness

Courses

The following is a working list of courses approved for inclusion in Themester 2017. Course descriptions and links to listings in the Schedule of Classes will be added as they become available.

Submitting Courses

Please send curricular proposals to themes@indiana.edu by February 1, 2017. As always, do not hesitate to contact us (themes@indiana.edu) 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 2017.

Approved courses must require students to engage in at least two Themester events or activities.

A | C | F | J | L | J | P | R | S

 

Anthropology

          ANTH -L 204 Language and (In)Tolerance in the U.S.
                    P. Lesourd   |   Description  

          ANTH -L 444 Parks and Protected Areas: Conservation in Theory and Practice
                     S. Osterhoudt   |   Description  

College of Arts and Sciences (Critical Approaches)

          COLL-C 103 The Ebonics Controversy
                      Note: This course number has variable topics. Only this topic is related to Themester 2017.
                    S. Davis  |   Description  

          COLL-C 103 Conceptions of Self, East and West
                      Note: This course number has variable topics. Only this topic is related to Themester 2017.
                     A. Stalnaker |   Description  

          COLL-C 104 Language Hotspots and Biodiversity
                      Note: This course number has variable topics. Only this topic is related to Themester 2017.
                     D. Stringer  |   Description  

Folklore
          FOLK-F 305 Cultural Diversity in China
                      S. Tuohy   |   Description  

Jewish Studies

          JSTU-J 304 Social & Historical Topics in Jewish Studies: Antisemitism in Sociohistorical Perspective
                      Note: This course number has variable topics. Only this topic is related to Themester 2017.
                       G. Jikeli |   Description  

Latin American Studies

          LATS-L 200 American Borderlands
                      tbd   |  Description 

          LATS-L 301 Latino Immigrants in U.S. Society
                      tbd   |  Description 

          LATS-L 396 Racial and Ethnic Politics in the U.S.
                      B. Fraga |  Description 

Philosophy

          PHIL-P 103 Gender, Sexuality, and Race in Philosophical Perspectives
                      K. Abramson |   Description  

Political Science

          POLS-Y 325 African American Politics
                      M. Hayes |   Description  

          POLS-Y 329 Racial and Ethnic Politics in the U.S.
                      B. Fraga |   Description  

          POLS-Y 353 Politics of Gender and Sexuality
                      D. O'Brien |   Description  

Race, Migration, and Indigeneity Program (PENDING)

         RMI ----Colonization, Capitalism, and Cultural Crossings
                      tbd   | Description  

Second Language Studies

         SLST -L 204 Language and (In)Tolerance in the U.S.
                    P. Lesourd   |   Description  

Spanish and Portuguese

         HISP-S --- Difference in Language
                     P. Amaral   |   Description  

Sociology

          SOC-S 324 Mental Illness
                      B. Perry   |   Description