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Internationalism

Students must take at least one course devoted to the study and analysis of social, cultural, scientific, aesthetic or ethical questions that arise through transnational or international encounters, systems, economies, processes, or dynamics. Courses listed as Internationalism OR U.S. Identities and Difference will only count for one designation and not both.

ANTH 111-01
ANTH 111-01
ANTH 111-02
Cultural Anthropology (Hilary Chart)
Counts for either Internationalism or U.S. Identities and Difference but not both.
ANTH 239-01 Medical Anthropology (Ron Barrett)
ANTH 251-F1 Politics of Memory in Latin America (Olga González)
ANTH 294-01 Anthropology of Work (Hilary Chart)
Counts for either Internationalism or U.S. Identities and Difference but not both.
ANTH 335-01
INTL 335-01
Global Generosity (Jenna Rice Rahaim)
ART 252-01 Gender, Sexualities, and Feminist Visual Culture (Joanna Inglot)
ART 272-01
ASIA 272-01
Art of China (Kari Shepherdson-Scott)
ART 280-01 Art and Architecture of Ancient Egypt (Serdar Yalçin)
ASIA 113-01
RELI 111-01
Introduction to Buddhism (Erik Davis)
ASIA 140-01
HIST 140-01
Introduction to East Asian Civilization (James Coplin)
ASIA 236-01
CLAS 202-01
LING 236-01
RELI 236-01
Sanskrit and Classical Religion in India (James Laine)
ASIA 254-F1
ASIA 254-F1
JAPA 254-F1
Japanese Film and Animation: From the Salaryman to the Shojo (Arthur Mitchell)
ASIA 258-01
CHIN 258-01
WGSS 258-01
Gender and Sexuality in China (Xin Yang)
ASIA 282-01
JAPA 282-01
LING 282-01
Language and Identity in Japanese, Asian American, and Other Communities (Satoko Suzuki)
ASIA 294-01
HIST 294-02
Contemporary India Since 1945 (Niharika Yadav)
CLAS 122-01
HIST 122-01
The Roman World (Beth Severy-Hoven)
ECON 229-01 World Economic History (Pete Ferderer)
ECON 425-01 International Economic Development (Amy Damon)
ECON 426-01 International Economic Development Capstone (Amy Damon)
ECON 473-01 Open Economy Macroeconomics (Mario Solis-Garcia)
ECON 474-01 Open Economy Macroeconomics Capstone (Mario Solis-Garcia)
EDUC 250-01 Building Trust: Education in Global Perspective (Sonia Mehta)
ENGL 194-F1 Movie Medievalisms (Coral Lumbley)
ENGL 262-01
ENVI 262-01
Studies in Literature and the Natural World: Rural Outcasts (Amy Elkins)
ENGL 294-05
WGSS 220-01
Feminist Reconstructions: Utopias, Masculinities, and Race (Sonita Sarker)
ENVI 232-01
GEOG 232-01
People, Agriculture and the Environment (William Moseley)
ENVI 477-01
GEOG 477-01
INTL 477-01
Comparative Environment and Development (William Moseley)
FREN 194-F1 18th Century (Andrew Billing)
FREN 305-01 Advanced Expression: Communication Tools (Juliette Rogers)
FREN 306-01 Introduction to Literary Analysis (El Hadji Diop)
GEOG 239-F1
LATI 239-F1
Neotropical Landscapes (Xavier Haro-Carrión)
GEOG 248-F1 The Political Geography of Nations and Nationalism (Daniel Trudeau)
GEOG 256-01 Health Geography (Eric Carter)
GEOG 261-01 Geography of World Urbanization (I-Chun Catherine Chang)
GEOG 394-02
LATI 394-01
Public Health in Latin America (Eric Carter)
GERM 194-F1 Our Cyborgs, Ourselves (David Martyn)
GERM 278-01
MCST 278-01
POLI 278-01
RELI 278-01
Marx, Religion, and Biopolitical Race (Kiarina Kordela)
GERM 308-01 German Cultural History I: Uniting and Dividing Germany (Kiarina Kordela)
GERM 364-01 Migration, Then and Now (David Martyn)
HIST 154-01 African Life Histories (Tara Hollies)
HIST 181-F1
LATI 181-F1
Introduction to Latin America (Ernesto Capello)
HIST 194-01 Intro to South Asian History (Niharika Yadav)
HIST 282-01
LATI 282-01
Latin America: Art and Nation (Ernesto Capello)
INTL 110-F1 Introduction to Intl Studies: Globalization - Homogeneity and Heterogeneity (Ahmed Samatar)
INTL 113-01 Intro to International Studies: Border-crossing in the Age of Globalization (Nadya Nedelsky)
INTL 245-01 Intro to Intl Human Rights (Nadya Nedelsky)
INTL 246-01 Global Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health (Vanessa Voller)
INTL 250-01
RUSS 250-01
Terrorism and Art: The Spectacle of Destruction (Julia Chadaga)
INTL 258-01
MCST 258-01
The Middle East Through Film (Jenna Rice Rahaim)
INTL 282-01 Introduction to International Public Health (Vanessa Voller)
INTL 380-01 Global Leadership (Ahmed Samatar)
INTL 485-01 Senior Seminar: Confronting Global Hatred (Nadya Nedelsky)
INTL 488-01 Senior Seminar: Thinking on a World Scale (David Moore)
LATI 307-01
SPAN 307-01
Introduction to the Analysis of Hispanic Texts (J. Ernesto Ortiz Díaz)
LATI 331-01 Journeys Through Brazil (J. Ernesto Ortiz Díaz)
LATI 342-01
POLI 342-01
Urban Politics of Latin America (Paul Dosh)
LING 220-01
MUSI 220-01
Language and Music (Morgan Sleeper)
MCST 394-01 The Transnational Character of Alternative Culture (Bradley Stiffler)
POLI 120-01
POLI 120-F1
Foundations of International Politics: Western and Non-Western Perspectives (Andrew Latham)
POLI 140-01 Foundations of Comparative Politics (Paul Dosh)
POLI 221-01 Global Governance (Wendy Weber)
POLI 242-01 Political Economy of Development (Lisa Mueller)
POLI 294-01 A New Cold War? US-China Relations in the 2020s (Andrew Latham)
POLI 324-01
WGSS 324-01
Women, Peace and Security (Wendy Weber)
PORT 331-01 Journeys through Brazil (J. Ernesto Ortiz Díaz)
RELI 110-01 The Big Questions (William Hart)
RELI 136-01 World Religions and World Religions Discourse (James Laine)
SPAN 305-01
SPAN 305-02
Advanced Oral and Written Expression (Blanca Gimeno Escudero)
SPAN 305-03 Advanced Oral and Written Expression (Claudia Giannini)
SPAN 305-04 Advanced Oral and Written Expression (Daniel Coral Reyes)
WGSS 194-01 Identities and Differences in U.S. Literature: LGBTQ2S+ Literature in America (Rachel Gold)
WGSS 252-01 Gender, Sexualities and Feminist Visual Culture (Joanna Inglot)
WGSS 300-01 Worlds Upside Down: Revolutions in Theories and Practices (Sonita Sarker)

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Quantitative Thinking

Students must take one or more courses with a Q3, Q2, or Q1 designation. A single Q3 course completely satisfies the requirement; alternatively, a Q2 course together with another Q2 or Q1 course, or three Q1 courses, can meet the requirement.

Q1

ANTH 115-01 Biological Anthropology (Jane Holmstrom)
BIOL 200-01 Cell Biology (Phillip Rivera)
CHEM 111-01 General Chemistry I: Structure and Equilibrium (Paul Fischer)
CHEM 111-02
CHEM 111-03
General Chemistry I: Structure and Equilibrium (Kelsey Boyle)
CHEM 111-04
CHEM 111-05
General Chemistry I: Structure and Equilibrium (Susan Green)
CHEM 115-F1
CHEM 115-F1
Accelerated General Chemistry (Keith Kuwata)
CHEM 311-01 Thermodynamics and Kinetics (Thomas Varberg)
CHEM 411-01 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry (Paul Fischer)
COMP 194-01
MCST 194-01
Introduction to Data in the Humanities (Aisling Quigley)
EDUC 220-01
PSYC 220-01
Educational Psychology (Tina Kruse)
ENVI 150-01 Climate and Society (Louisa Bradtmiller)
GEOL 101-F1 Dinosaurs (Kristina Curry Rogers)
LING 205-01 Phonology (Marianne Milligan)
MATH 135-01
MATH 135-02
Applied Multivariable Calculus I (Yariana Diaz)
MATH 135-03 Applied Multivariable Calculus I (Andrew Beveridge)
MATH 137-01 Applied Multivariable Calculus II (David Ehren)
MATH 137-02
MATH 137-03
Applied Multivariable Calculus II (Paul Herstedt)
MATH 236-01
MATH 236-02
Linear Algebra (Kristin Heysse)
MATH 237-01
MATH 237-02
Applied Multivariable Calculus III (Taryn Flock)
MATH 279-01
MATH 279-02
Discrete Mathematics (Andrew Beveridge)
PHIL 111-01
PHIL 111-02
Introduction to Symbolic Logic (Max Dresow)
PHYS 126-01 Introductory Physics I (Saki Khan)
PHYS 194-F1 Our Solar System and Beyond (Anna Williams)
PHYS 226-01 Principles of Physics I (Tonnis ter Veldhuis)
PHYS 481-01 Quantum Mechanics (Tonnis ter Veldhuis)
POLI 100-01 Foundations of US Politics (Patrick Schmidt)
PSYC 100-01
PSYC 100-02
Introduction to Psychology (Cari Gillen-O'Neel)
PSYC 244-01 Cognitive Neuroscience (Darcy Burgund)
THDA 125-01 Technologies of Performance (Thomas Barrett)
THDA 294-02 Sound Design (Katharine Horowitz)

Q2

BIOL 180-01 Biodiversity and Evolution (Kristina Curry Rogers)
BIOL 190-01 Genetics (Marc Pisansky)
BIOL 190-02 Genetics (Robin Shields-Cutler)
BIOL 366-01
ENVI 366-01
Plant Ecophysiology (Mary Heskel)
COMP 112-01
STAT 112-01
Introduction to Data Science (Brianna Heggeseth)
COMP 112-02
COMP 112-03
STAT 112-02
STAT 112-03
Introduction to Data Science (Amin Alhashim)
ENVI 130-01
PHYS 130-01
Science of Renewable Energy (James Doyle)
ENVI 160-01
GEOL 160-01
Dynamic Earth/Global Change (Kelly MacGregor)
GEOG 225-01 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (Holly Barcus)
GEOL 105-01 Geohazards (Alan Chapman)
GEOL 165-F1 History/Evolution of Earth (Raymond Rogers)
GEOL 260-01 Geomorphology (Kelly MacGregor)
PHYS 331-01 Modern Physics (James Heyman)
PSYC 301-01 Research in Psychology II (Steve Guglielmo)
PSYC 301-02 Research in Psychology II (Annie Pezalla)
PSYC 401-01 Directed Research in Psychology (Piercarlo Valdesolo)
PSYC 401-02 Directed Research in Psychology (Annie Pezalla)
PSYC 401-03 Directed Research in Psychology (Cari Gillen-O'Neel)

Q3

BIOL 170-01
ENVI 170-01
Ecology and the Environment (Mary Heskel)
BIOL 170-02
ENVI 170-02
ENVI 170-02
Ecology and the Environment (Stotra Chakrabarti)
BIOL 170-03
ENVI 170-03
Ecology and the Environment (Anika Bratt)
COMP 272-01
GEOG 372-01
Advanced Remote Sensing (Xavier Haro-Carrión)
ECON 119-02 Principles of Economics (Mario Solis-Garcia)
ECON 119-03 Principles of Economics (Sarah West)
ECON 119-04
ECON 119-F2
Principles of Economics (Gary Krueger)
ECON 119-F1
ECON 119-F1
Principles of Economics (Pete Ferderer)
ECON 129-01 Calculus-based Principles of Economics (Liang Ding)
ECON 361-01
ECON 361-02
Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis (Gabriel Lade)
ENVI 240-01 The Earth's Climate System (Louisa Bradtmiller)
POLI 269-01 Empirical Research Methods (Lisa Mueller)
PSYC 201-01 Research in Psychology I (Brooke Lea)
STAT 125-01 Epidemiology (Vittorio Addona)
STAT 155-01 Introduction to Statistical Modeling (Vittorio Addona)
STAT 155-02
STAT 155-03
Introduction to Statistical Modeling (Taylor Okonek)
STAT 155-04 Introduction to Statistical Modeling (Laura Lyman)
STAT 155-05
STAT 155-06
Introduction to Statistical Modeling (Lori Ziegelmeier)

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U.S. Identities and Differences

Students must take at least one course devoted to the study of forms or forces that create, reflect, maintain, or contest identities of, and differences amongst, U.S. social groups (based in, for example, race, class, ethnicity, gender, language, nation, dis/ability, religion, sexuality). Courses listed as Internationalism OR U.S. Identities and Difference will only count for one designation and not both.

AMST 112-01
AMST 112-01
ENGL 112-01
Introduction to African American Literature (Daylanne English)
AMST 203-01
POLI 203-01
Politics and Inequality: The American Welfare State (Lesley Lavery)
AMST 205-01
WGSS 205-01
Trans Theories and Politics (Myrl Beam)
AMST 209-01
HIST 209-01
Civil Rights in the United States (Walter Greason)
AMST 225-01
HIST 225-01
Native History to 1871 (Katrina Phillips)
AMST 240-01
EDUC 240-01
Race, Culture, and Ethnicity in Education (Brian Lozenski)
AMST 271-01
HIST 271-01
Uses and Abuses: Drugs, Addiction and Recovery (Amy Sullivan)
AMST 275-01
ENGL 275-01
African American Literature to 1900 (Daylanne English)
AMST 284-01
MCST 284-01
Radical Reelism: Indigeneity, Politics, and Visual Culture (Kirisitina Sailiata)
AMST 294-02
RELI 294-01
Representing Malcolm X (William Hart)
AMST 308-01
LATI 308-01
SPAN 308-01
Introduction to U.S. Latinx Studies (Alicia Muñoz)
AMST 380-01 Topics in African American Literature: Black Feminist Thought (Daylanne English)
AMST 387-01
LATI 387-01
SPAN 387-01
Latinx in the Midwest (Alicia Muñoz)
ANTH 111-01
ANTH 111-01
ANTH 111-02
Cultural Anthropology (Hilary Chart)
Counts for either Internationalism or U.S. Identities and Difference but not both.
ANTH 206-01
LING 206-01
Endangered/Minority Languages (Marianne Milligan)
ANTH 294-01 Anthropology of Work (Hilary Chart)
Counts for either Internationalism or U.S. Identities and Difference but not both.
EDUC 194-F1 We Demand: Student Power, World Building, and Democratizing Higher Education (Gonzalo Guzmán)
EDUC 380-01 Research Methods for Educ/Adv (Gonzalo Guzmán)
EDUC 390-01 Teaching and Learning in Urban Schools (Brian Lozenski)
ENGL 105-01 Identities and Differences in U.S. Literature: LGBTQ2S+ Literature in America (Rachel Gold)
ENGL 380-01 Topics in African American Literature: Black Feminist Thought (Daylanne English)
ENVI 234-01
HIST 234-01
U.S. Environmental History (Chris Wells)
ENVI 270-01
PSYC 270-01
Psychology of Sustainable Behavior (Christie Manning)
GEOG 242-01
GEOG 242-F1
Regional Geography of the US and Canada (Laura Smith)
HIST 137-01
HIST 137-02
From Confederation to Confederacy: US History from Independence to Civil War (Linda Sturtz)
HIST 170-01
WGSS 170-01
History of Childhood (Amy Sullivan)
MCST 128-01 Film Analysis/Visual Culture (Bradley Stiffler)
PSYC 264-01
WGSS 264-01
The Psychology of Gender (Rebecca Bigler)
RELI 121-01
RELI 121-02
RELI 121-02
Jesus, Peter, Paul and Mary: The Beginnings of Christianity (Susanna Drake)
SOCI 150-01
SOCI 150-F1
Prius or Pickup? Political Divides and Social Class (Khaldoun Samman)
SOCI 194-01 Children and Childhood in Times of Change and Crisis (Aspen Chen)
SPAN 306-01 Spanish for Heritage Speakers (Alicia Muñoz)
THDA 105-F1 Seeing Performance in the Twin Cities (Wynn Fricke)
THDA 105-F2 Seeing Performance in the Twin Cities (Randy Reyes)
THDA 112-01 Reading Plays: Indigenous Playwrights (Sam Mitchell)
WGSS 100-F1 Intro to Women's/Gender/Sexuality St: Intersectional Queer Approaches to Pandemics and Uprisings (Myrl Beam)

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Writing

Macalester seeks to ensure that all students receive instruction in writing that gives attention to writing as a process (writing is rewriting), and that provides students individually with feedback on the mechanics and substance of their writing. Courses will be classified as teaching argumentative writing (WA), as providing instruction in writing as craft (WC) or as offering significant practice in writing (WP). All students must successfully complete at least three Writing courses. Of the three courses, at least one must be WA and no more than one may be WP. Every student must take either a WA or WC course during the first semester of college, a requirement which may be met by a designated WA or WC First Year course.

WA

AMST 112-01
AMST 112-01
ENGL 112-01
Introduction to African American Literature (Daylanne English)
AMST 194-F1
AMST 194-F1
What's After White Empire - And Is It Already Here? (Karin Aguilar-San Juan)
AMST 203-01
POLI 203-01
Politics and Inequality: The American Welfare State (Lesley Lavery)
AMST 205-01
WGSS 205-01
Trans Theories and Politics (Myrl Beam)
AMST 225-01
HIST 225-01
Native History to 1871 (Katrina Phillips)
AMST 275-01
ENGL 275-01
African American Literature to 1900 (Daylanne English)
AMST 380-01 Topics in African American Literature: Black Feminist Thought (Daylanne English)
ANTH 206-01
LING 206-01
Endangered/Minority Languages (Marianne Milligan)
ANTH 230-01 Ethnographic Interviewing (Arjun Guneratne)
ANTH 251-F1
ANTH 251-F1
LATI 251-F1
Politics of Memory in Latin America (Olga González)
ART 149-F1
ART 149-F1
Introduction to Visual Culture (Kari Shepherdson-Scott)
ART 252-01 Gender, Sexualities, and Feminist Visual Culture (Joanna Inglot)
ART 264-01 Contemporary Art and Theory (Joanna Inglot)
ART 380-01 Art and Iconoclasm from the Ancient World to Early Modern Era (Serdar Yalçin)
ASIA 254-F1
ASIA 254-F1
JAPA 254-F1
Japanese Film and Animation: From the Salaryman to the Shojo (Arthur Mitchell)
ASIA 258-01
CHIN 258-01
WGSS 258-01
Gender and Sexuality in China (Xin Yang)
BIOL 302-01 Invertebrate Animal Diversity (Sarah Boyer)
BIOL 312-01 Microbiology (Robin Shields-Cutler)
BIOL 401-01 Mechanisms of Memory (Michelle Tong)
CHEM 115-F1
CHEM 115-F1
Accelerated General Chemistry (Keith Kuwata)
ECON 381-01 Introduction to Econometrics (Felix Friedt)
ECON 381-02 Introduction to Econometrics (Gary Krueger)
EDUC 194-F1 We Demand: Student Power, World Building, and Democratizing Higher Education (Gonzalo Guzmán)
ENGL 115-01 Shakespeare (Penelope Geng)
ENGL 137-01 Novel (James Dawes)
ENGL 194-F1 Movie Medievalisms (Coral Lumbley)
ENGL 200-01 Major British Authors: The Self and Society (Coral Lumbley)
ENGL 202-01
ENGL 202-01
Great Detectives and Plots of Detection (Andrea Kaston Tange)
ENGL 225-F1
MUSI 225-F1
Musical Fictions (Mark Mazullo)
ENGL 294-05
WGSS 220-01
Feminist Reconstructions: Utopias, Masculinities, and Race (Sonita Sarker)
ENGL 380-01 Topics in African American Literature: Black Feminist Thought (Daylanne English)
ENGL 394-03 Demonologie (Penelope Geng)
ENVI 252-F1
GEOG 252-F1
POLI 252-F1
Water and Power (Roopali Phadke)
ENVI 280-01 Environmental Classics (Chris Wells)
ENVI 477-01
GEOG 477-01
INTL 477-01
Comparative Environment and Development (William Moseley)
FREN 194-F1 18th Century (Andrew Billing)
FREN 306-01 Introduction to Literary Analysis (El Hadji Diop)
GEOG 239-F1
LATI 239-F1
Neotropical Landscapes (Xavier Haro-Carrión)
GEOG 242-F1 Regional Geography of the US and Canada (Laura Smith)
GEOG 248-F1 The Political Geography of Nations and Nationalism (Daniel Trudeau)
GEOG 261-01 Geography of World Urbanization (I-Chun Catherine Chang)
GEOG 394-02
LATI 394-01
Public Health in Latin America (Eric Carter)
GEOL 165-F1 History/Evolution of Earth (Raymond Rogers)
GERM 194-F1 Our Cyborgs, Ourselves (David Martyn)
GERM 308-01 German Cultural History I: Uniting and Dividing Germany (Kiarina Kordela)
HIST 137-01
HIST 137-02
From Confederation to Confederacy: US History from Independence to Civil War (Linda Sturtz)
HIST 181-F1
LATI 181-F1
Introduction to Latin America (Ernesto Capello)
HIST 194-F1 Wakanda Forever (Walter Greason)
HIST 282-01
LATI 282-01
Latin America: Art and Nation (Ernesto Capello)
HIST 294-F1
RUSS 294-F1
Between Europe and Asia (Maria Fedorova)
INTD 101-01 Theory and Practice of Academic Writing (Alyssa Lawrence)
INTL 110-F1 Introduction to Intl Studies: Globalization - Homogeneity and Heterogeneity (Ahmed Samatar)
INTL 113-01 Intro to International Studies: Border-crossing in the Age of Globalization (Nadya Nedelsky)
INTL 250-01
RUSS 250-01
Terrorism and Art: The Spectacle of Destruction (Julia Chadaga)
INTL 488-01 Senior Seminar: Thinking on a World Scale (David Moore)
LATI 307-01
SPAN 307-01
Introduction to the Analysis of Hispanic Texts (J. Ernesto Ortiz Díaz)
LATI 331-01 Journeys Through Brazil (J. Ernesto Ortiz Díaz)
MCST 110-01 Texts and Power: Foundations of Media and Cultural Studies (Michael Griffin)
MCST 394-01 The Transnational Character of Alternative Culture (Bradley Stiffler)
MUSI 342-01 Sacred, Secular, Sublime: Music and Meaning in Europe, 1300-1800 (Mark Mazullo)
PHIL 100-01
PHIL 100-02
Introduction to Philosophy (Rotem Herrmann)
PHIL 100-F1 Introduction to Philosophy: Love and Friendship (Geoffrey Gorham)
PHIL 121-01
PHIL 121-F1
Introduction to Ethics (Samuel Asarnow)
PHYS 194-F1 Our Solar System and Beyond (Anna Williams)
POLI 120-F1 Foundations of International Politics: Western and Non-Western Perspectives (Andrew Latham)
POLI 140-01 Foundations of Comparative Politics (Paul Dosh)
POLI 207-F1 US Civil Rights and Civil Liberties (Patrick Schmidt)
POLI 242-01 Political Economy of Development (Lisa Mueller)
PORT 331-01 Journeys through Brazil (J. Ernesto Ortiz Díaz)
PSYC 194-F1 Applied Cognition (Brooke Lea)
PSYC 301-01 Research in Psychology II (Steve Guglielmo)
PSYC 301-02 Research in Psychology II (Annie Pezalla)
PSYC 377-01 Moral Psychology (Steve Guglielmo)
PSYC 401-01 Directed Research in Psychology (Piercarlo Valdesolo)
PSYC 401-02 Directed Research in Psychology (Annie Pezalla)
PSYC 401-03 Directed Research in Psychology (Cari Gillen-O'Neel)
RELI 110-01 The Big Questions (William Hart)
RELI 226-01 Martyrdom Then and Now (Susanna Drake)
SOCI 150-F1 Prius or Pickup? Political Divides and Social Class (Khaldoun Samman)
SPAN 305-01
SPAN 305-02
Advanced Oral and Written Expression (Blanca Gimeno Escudero)
SPAN 305-03 Advanced Oral and Written Expression (Claudia Giannini)
SPAN 305-04 Advanced Oral and Written Expression (Daniel Coral Reyes)
SPAN 305-F1 Advanced Oral and Written Expression: Exploring Spanish in the United States (Cynthia Kauffeld)
SPAN 306-01 Spanish for Heritage Speakers (Alicia Muñoz)
THDA 105-F1 Seeing Performance in the Twin Cities (Wynn Fricke)
THDA 105-F2 Seeing Performance in the Twin Cities (Randy Reyes)
THDA 112-01 Reading Plays: Indigenous Playwrights (Sam Mitchell)
THDA 245-01 Performance Histories and Theories: From the Historical Avant-Garde to the Present (Cláudia Tatinge Nascimento)
WGSS 100-F1 Intro to Women's/Gender/Sexuality St: Intersectional Queer Approaches to Pandemics and Uprisings (Myrl Beam)
WGSS 252-01 Gender, Sexualities and Feminist Visual Culture (Joanna Inglot)
WGSS 300-01 Worlds Upside Down: Revolutions in Theories and Practices (Sonita Sarker)

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WC

AMST 294-03
WGSS 294-01
Endarkened Feminist Epistemologies: A Black Feminist Ethic (Ebony Aya)
BIOL 180-01 Biodiversity and Evolution (Kristina Curry Rogers)
ENGL 150-01 Introduction to Creative Writing (James Dawes)
ENGL 150-02 Introduction to Creative Writing (Matt Burgess)
ENGL 150-03 Introduction to Creative Writing (Emma Törzs)
ENGL 150-05
ENGL 150-06
Introduction to Creative Writing (Cody Klippenstein)
ENGL 150-F1 Introduction to Creative Writing (Michael Prior)
ENGL 280-01 Crafts of Writing: Poetry - Forms of Attention, Attention to Form (Michael Prior)
ENGL 284-01 Crafts of Writing: Screenwriting (Peter Bognanni)
ENGL 285-01
THDA 242-01
Playwriting (Alayna Jacqueline)
ENGL 285-02
THDA 242-02
Playwriting (Cristina Luzárraga)
GEOL 101-F1 Dinosaurs (Kristina Curry Rogers)
HIST 170-01
WGSS 170-01
History of Childhood (Amy Sullivan)
MATH 194-F1 Calculus: A Biomedical Introduction (Will Mitchell)
MCST 114-01 News Reporting and Writing (Howard Sinker)
MCST 194-F1 Documentary Cinema: Theory and Practice (Morgan Adamson)

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WP

AMST 240-01
EDUC 240-01
Race, Culture, and Ethnicity in Education (Brian Lozenski)
ANTH 111-01
ANTH 111-01
ANTH 111-02
Cultural Anthropology (Hilary Chart)
ASIA 113-01
RELI 111-01
Introduction to Buddhism (Erik Davis)
ASIA 140-01
HIST 140-01
Introduction to East Asian Civilization (James Coplin)
ASIA 294-01
HIST 294-02
Contemporary India Since 1945 (Niharika Yadav)
BIOL 366-01
ENVI 366-01
Plant Ecophysiology (Mary Heskel)
CHEM 111-01 General Chemistry I: Structure and Equilibrium (Paul Fischer)
CHEM 111-02
CHEM 111-03
General Chemistry I: Structure and Equilibrium (Kelsey Boyle)
CHEM 111-04
CHEM 111-05
General Chemistry I: Structure and Equilibrium (Susan Green)
ECON 119-02 Principles of Economics (Mario Solis-Garcia)
EDUC 315-01
POLI 315-01
Advanced Topics in Policy: US Education Politics and Policy (Lesley Lavery)
EDUC 390-01 Teaching and Learning in Urban Schools (Brian Lozenski)
ENGL 105-01
WGSS 194-01
Identities and Differences in U.S. Literature: LGBTQ2S+ Literature in America (Rachel Gold)
ENVI 234-01
HIST 234-01
U.S. Environmental History (Chris Wells)
GEOG 241-01
GEOG 241-01
Urban Geography (Daniel Trudeau)
HIST 154-01 African Life Histories (Tara Hollies)
INTL 258-01
MCST 258-01
The Middle East Through Film (Jenna Rice Rahaim)
LATI 342-01
POLI 342-01
Urban Politics of Latin America (Paul Dosh)
LING 100-01 Introduction to Linguistics (Christina Esposito)
MCST 248-01 History of Film 1893-1941 (Michael Griffin)
PHIL 310-01 Philosophy of Science (Max Dresow)
PSYC 100-01
PSYC 100-02
Introduction to Psychology (Cari Gillen-O'Neel)
PSYC 242-01 Cognitive Psychology (Ariel James)
RELI 235-01 Theorizing Religion (Erik Davis)
SOCI 150-01 Prius or Pickup? Political Divides and Social Class (Khaldoun Samman)

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