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  Oct 23, 2017
 
 
    
Undergraduate Record 2009-2010 [ARCHIVED RECORD]

Course Descriptions


 

American Literature to 1900

   •  ENAM 3570 - Contemporary Ethnic American Fiction
   •  ENAM 3750 - American Sentimentalism
   •  ENAM 3770 - Women in American Art
   •  ENAM 3780 - Science and Identity in American Literature
   •  ENAM 3850 - Folklore in America
   •  ENAM 3870 - Literature of the West
   •  ENAM 3880 - The Literature of the South
   •  ENAM 3890 - Mass Media and American Culture
   •  ENAM 4500 - Advanced Studies in American Literature
   •  ENAM 4559 - New Course in American Literature To 1900
   •  ENAM 4814 - African-American Women Authors
   •  ENAM 4840 - Fictions of Black Identity
   •  ENAM 4845 - Black Speculative Fiction

American Politics

   •  PLAP 1010 - Introduction to American Politics
   •  PLAP 2030 - Politics, Science and Values: An Introduction to Environmental Policy
   •  PLAP 2250 - American Political Tradition
   •  PLAP 2270 - Public Opinion and Political Behavior
   •  PLAP 2660 - Ideas, Institutions, and Public Policy
   •  PLAP 3140 - Mass Media and American Politics
   •  PLAP 3150 - Political Psychology of Citizen Politics
   •  PLAP 3190 - Judicial Process and Policy-Making
   •  PLAP 3210 - Political Parties and Group Politics
   •  PLAP 3220 - President and Congress
   •  PLAP 3240 - Political Communication
   •  PLAP 3310 - American Presidency
   •  PLAP 3350 - American Congress
   •  PLAP 3370 - Workshop in Contemporary American Electoral Politics
   •  PLAP 3380 - Politics of the Policy Process
   •  PLAP 3410 - State and Local Politics
   •  PLAP 3440 - Urban Government and Politics
   •  PLAP 3610 - Introduction to Public Administration
   •  PLAP 3650 - Gender Politics
   •  PLAP 3700 - Racial Politics
   •  PLAP 3810 - Constitutional Interpretation: Separation of Powers and Federalism
   •  PLAP 3820 - Civil Liberties and Civil Rights
   •  PLAP 4120 - Electoral Behavior and Political Participation
   •  PLAP 4130 - Citizen Competence in American Democracy
   •  PLAP 4140 - Gender and American Political Behavior
   •  PLAP 4141 - Sex Differences: Biology, Culture, Politics and Policy
   •  PLAP 4150 - Political Psychology
   •  PLAP 4300 - Political Analysis
   •  PLAP 4301 - Politics of Mental Health
   •  PLAP 4340 - American Political Leadership
   •  PLAP 4350 - Politics of Representation
   •  PLAP 4360 - Campaigns and Elections
   •  PLAP 4380 - The Politics of the Policy Process
   •  PLAP 4400 - Power and Powerlessness
   •  PLAP 4450 - Virginia Government and Politics
   •  PLAP 4500 - Special Topics in American Politics
   •  PLAP 4600 - Voting Rights and Representation
   •  PLAP 4601 - Democracy in America
   •  PLAP 4700 - Racial Politics
   •  PLAP 4710 - Values, Resources, and Public Policy
   •  PLAP 4800 - Politics of the Environment
   •  PLAP 4810 - Class, Race, and the Environment
   •  PLAP 4830 - First Amendment
   •  PLAP 4840 - Race and Constitution
   •  PLAP 4841 - Seminar in Civil Rights and Civil Liberties
   •  PLAP 4850 - Seminar on Constitutional Law and Theory
   •  PLAP 4990 - Honors Core Seminar in American Politics
   •  PLAP 4999 - Senior Thesis

American Sign Language

   •  ASL 1010 - Elementary American Sign Language I
   •  ASL 1020 - Elementary American Sign Language II
   •  ASL 2010 - Intermediate American Sign Language I
   •  ASL 2020 - Intermediate American Sign Language II
   •  ASL 2300 - Women and Gender In The Deaf World
   •  ASL 2559 - New Course in American Sign Language
   •  ASL 3010 - Conversational ASL
   •  ASL 3450 - Comparative Linguistics: ASL and English
   •  ASL 3559 - New Course in American Sign Language
   •  ASL 4750 - Topics in Deaf Studies
   •  ASL 4810 - Deafness in Literature and Film

American Studies

   •  AMST 1559 - New Course in American Studies
   •  AMST 2001 - Formations of American Cultural Studies
   •  AMST 2100 - Introduction to Asian American Studies
   •  AMST 2210 - Arts of the Harlem Renaissance
   •  AMST 2220 - Race, Identity and American Visual Culture
   •  AMST 2300 - Introduction to U.S. Latino Studies
   •  AMST 2500 - Major Works for American Studies
   •  AMST 2559 - New Course in American Studies
   •  AMST 2753 - Arts and Cultures of the Slave South
   •  AMST 3001 - Theories and Methods of American Studies
   •  AMST 3180 - Introduction to Asian American Studies
   •  AMST 3491 - Rural Poverty in Our Time
   •  AMST 3559 - New Course in American Studies
   •  AMST 4500 - Fourth-Year Seminar in American Studies
   •  AMST 4559 - New Course in American Studies
   •  AMST 4893 - Independent Study in Asian Pacific American Studies
   •  AMST 4993 - Independent Study

Anthropology

   •  ANTH 1010 - Introduction to Anthropology
   •  ANTH 1090 - Colloquia for First-Year Students
   •  ANTH 1559 - New Course in Anthropology
   •  ANTH 2150 - Introduction to Classical Archaeology
   •  ANTH 2153 - North American Indians
   •  ANTH 2156 - Peoples and Cultures of Africa
   •  ANTH 2157 - Africa Through Film
   •  ANTH 2190 - Desire and World Economics
   •  ANTH 2200 - Dynamics of Social Organization
   •  ANTH 2210 - Marriage and the Family
   •  ANTH 2230 - Fantasy and Social Values
 

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