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Swarthmore College    
College Bulletin - Course Catalog 
  
 
  Jan 19, 2018
 
College Bulletin - Course Catalog

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German Studies

   •  GMST 006. German Conversation
   •  GMST 008. Texts in Context: Topics in German Culture and Society from the Reformation until Today
   •  GMST 017. First Year Seminar: Testimonial Literature
   •  GMST 020. Introduction to German Studies: Topics in German Literature and Culture
   •  GMST 054. German Cinema
   •  GMST 091. Contemporary German Literature/Gegenwartsliteratur
   •  GMST 093. Directed Reading
   •  LITR 017G. First Year Seminar: Testimonial Literature

German Studies - Seminars

   •  GMST 104. Age of Goethe
   •  GMST 105. Die deutsche Romantik
   •  GMST 110. German Literature After World War II
   •  GMST 111. Genres
   •  GMST 199. Senior Honors Study

Greek

   •  GREK 001. Intensive First-Year Greek
   •  GREK 002. Intensive First-Year Greek
   •  GREK 011. Plato and Socratic Irony
   •  GREK 012. Homer's Iliad
   •  GREK 013. Introduction to Plato's Republic
   •  GREK 015. Sophocles
   •  GREK 091. Attachment:Classical Studies Capstone Seminar
   •  GREK 093. Directed Reading
   •  GREK 096. Aesop's Fables
   •  GREK 098. Senior Course Study

Gender and Sexuality Studies

   •  GSST 001. Introduction to Gender and Sexuality Studies
   •  GSST 015. Current Topics in Gender and Sexuality Studies: Transgender Worlds
   •  GSST 025. Gender, Race, and Science
   •  GSST 030. Gender and Genre
   •  GSST 035. Against the Norm: (Im)Perfect Bodies and (Dis)Ability Studies
   •  GSST 048. Gender and Psychopathology
   •  GSST 091. Seminar in Gender and Sexuality Studies: Explorations in Theory and Method
   •  GSST 091A. Attachment: Seminar- Feminism
   •  GSST 092. Thesis
   •  GSST 093. Directed Reading
   •  GSST 180. Senior Honors Thesis

History

   •  HIST 001A. First-Year Seminar: The Barbarian North
   •  HIST 001B. First Year Seminar: Human Rights as History: From Haiti to Nuremberg
   •  HIST 001D. First-Year Seminar: China and the World: A History of Collecting
   •  HIST 001E. First-Year Seminar: Global History of Science
   •  HIST 001F. First-Year Seminar: The Golden Age of Piracy
   •  HIST 001H. First-Year Seminar: The Modern Jewish Experience
   •  HIST 001J. First-Year Seminar: A New History of the Cold War Era
   •  HIST 001K. First-Year Seminar: Engendering Culture
   •  HIST 001M. First-Year Seminar: History of Food in North America
   •  HIST 001P. First Year Seminar: Latin America and Latinos through the Lens: Photography, History, and the Present
   •  HIST 001Q. First-Year Seminar: Angels of Death: Russia Under Lenin and Stalin
   •  HIST 001R. First-Year Seminar: Remembering History
   •  HIST 001S. First-Year Seminar: The American West
   •  HIST 001T. First-Year Seminar: Cross and Crescent: Muslim-Christian Relations in Historical Perspective
   •  HIST 001U. First-Year Seminar: Defining an "Us": Nationalism, Culture and Identity in Modern Europe
   •  HIST 001V. First Year Seminar: History in the Making: Autocrats, Activists, and Artists in a Changing Middle East
   •  HIST 001W. First-Year Seminar: Promised Lands: European Settler Colonies 1830-1962
   •  HIST 001Y. First-Year Seminar: The History of the Future
   •  HIST 002A. Medieval Europe
   •  HIST 002B. Early Modern Europe: Imperial Origins: Britain, Spain, and France, 1492-1791
   •  HIST 003A. Modern Europe, 1789 to 1918: Revolutionaries, Citizens, and Subjects in Europe's Long 19th Century
   •  HIST 003B. Modern Europe, 1918 to the Present: Hot Wars, Cold Wars, Culture Wars
   •  HIST 004. Latin American History
   •  HIST 005A. Early American History
   •  HIST 005B. Modern American History
   •  HIST 006A. The Formation of the Islamic Near East
   •  HIST 006B. The Modern Middle East
   •  HIST 007A. African American History, 1619 to 1865
   •  HIST 007B. African American History, 1865 to Present
   •  HIST 008A. West Africa in the Era of the Slave Trade, 1500 to 1850
   •  HIST 008B. Mfecane, Mines, and Mandela: Southern Africa from 1650 to the Present
   •  HIST 008C. History of East Africa
   •  HIST 009A. Premodern China
   •  HIST 009B. Modern China: Reformers, Revolutionaries, and Rebels
   •  HIST 012. Chivalric Society: Knights, Ladies, and Peasants
   •  HIST 014. Friars, Heretics, and Female Mystics: Religious Turmoil in the Middle Ages
   •  HIST 015. From Classical Rome to Renaissance Florence: The Making of Urban Europe
   •  HIST 021. London Beyond Control
   •  HIST 022. The Global Enlightenment: Cosmopolitanism between Theory and Practice
   •  HIST 023. Queer Enlightenment
   •  HIST 025. Colonialism and Nationalism in the Middle East
   •  HIST 026. Histories of Capitalism in the Middle East
   •  HIST 027. Living with Total War: Europe, 1914-1919
   •  HIST 028. Aux Armes! History and Historiography of the French Revolution
   •  HIST 030. Glory Days? Western Europe's Postwar 1945-1975
   •  HIST 031. France in Algeria, France and Algerians, 1830-present
   •  HIST 032. Holidays in the Empire
   •  HIST 033. Environmental History of the Soviet Union
   •  HIST 035. The Modern Jewish Experience
   •  HIST 036. Fascinating Fascism
   •  HIST 037. The Holocaust and Problems of Genocide
   •  HIST 038. Russia in the 20th Century
   •  HIST 039. Picking up the Pieces: Rebuilding Russia after the Collapse of Communism
   •  HIST 041. The American Colonies
   •  HIST 042. The American Revolution
   •  HIST 043. Antislavery in America
   •  HIST 044. American Popular Culture
   •  HIST 045. The United States Since 1945
   •  HIST 046. The American Civil War
   •  HIST 050. The Making of the American Working Class
   •  HIST 051. Black Reconstruction
   •  HIST 052. History of Manhood in America
   •  HIST 053. Black Women in the Civil Rights Movement
   •  HIST 056. The Modern American West, 1850 to the Present
   •  HIST 057. History v. Hollywood
   •  HIST 057B. History v. Hollywood: Black Edition
 

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