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Swarthmore College    
College Bulletin - Course Catalog 
  Dec 17, 2017
College Bulletin - Course Catalog

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Other Courses

   •  ANCH 021. Roman Society and Identity: Food and War
   •  CLST 021. Roman Society and Identity: Food and War
   •  ENGL 050R. Nineteenth-Century Radicalisms
   •  ENGL 066. In/Visible: Asian American Cultural Critique
   •  ENGL 067. Soul Power
   •  ENGL 071D. The Short Story in the U.S.
   •  ENGL 089E. Ecofeminism(s)
   •  ENGL 090A. Minor Characters: Comparative Digital Methods in History and Literary Study
   •  ENVS 022. Environmental Policy and Politics
   •  ENVS 045A. Writing Nature: Digital Storytelling
   •  ENVS 075. Water Quality and Pollution Control
   •  FREN 074. A History of the Five Senses
   •  FREN 074A. Attachment: A History of the Five Senses
   •  LING 027. Swahili II
   •  LITE 045R. Poetry in Translation/Translating Poetry
   •  PHYS 008A. Attachment: Electricity, Magnetism, and Waves: Conceptual Foundations and Mathematical Formalism
   •  RUSS 019. Russian Culture Through Music
   •  SOAN 020E. Music & Mao: Music & Politics in Communist China
   •  SOAN 060C. China, Brazil, and the Global Food Environment
   •  SPAN 054A. Attachment: Contemporary Cuba: Utopia, Revolution and Reform
   •  SPAN 060A. Attachment: Memoria e Identidad

Ancient History

   •  ANCH 010. First-Year Seminar: Slavery in Ancient Greece and Rome
   •  ANCH 016. First-Year Seminar: Augustus and Rome
   •  ANCH 017. First-Year Seminar: Pompeii: In the Shadow of Vesuvius
   •  ANCH 023. Alexander and the Hellenistic World
   •  ANCH 030. History and Archaeology of the Early Roman Empire
   •  ANCH 031. The Greeks and the Persian Empire
   •  ANCH 032. The Roman Republic
   •  ANCH 035. History and Archaeology of Republican Rome
   •  ANCH 042. Democratic Athens
   •  ANCH 044. The Early Roman Empire
   •  ANCH 046. The History and Archaeology of the Late Roman Empire
   •  ANCH 056. Pagans and Christians in the Roman Empire
   •  ANCH 066. Rome and Late Antiquity
   •  ANCH 093. Directed Reading
   •  ANCH 098. Senior Course Study


   •  ANTH 001. Foundations: Culture, Power and Meaning (Req)
   •  ANTH 001D. First-Year Seminar: Counterculture
   •  ANTH 002D. First-Year Seminar: Culture and Gender
   •  ANTH 002F. Anthropology of Childhood and the Family
   •  ANTH 003F. Culture and Religion in Africa
   •  ANTH 003G. First-Year Seminar: Development and its Discontents
   •  ANTH 009C. Cultures of the Middle East
   •  ANTH 020J. Dance and Diaspora
   •  ANTH 020N. Anthropological Linguistics
   •  ANTH 021D. Anthropology of Art and Aesthetics
   •  ANTH 023C. Anthropological Perspectives on Conservation
   •  ANTH 029B. Ethnography: Theory and Practice
   •  ANTH 031B. Economic Anthropology
   •  ANTH 031BA. Attachment:Economic Anthropology
   •  ANTH 031C. Hispanics, Mestizos, Latinxs (M)
   •  ANTH 032D. Mass Media and Anthropology
   •  ANTH 039B. Globalization and Culture
   •  ANTH 039C. Food and Culture
   •  ANTH 040B. Language, Culture, and Society
   •  ANTH 042D. Political Anthropology
   •  ANTH 043E. Culture, Health, Illness
   •  ANTH 043F. Culture, Power, and Religion in Africa
   •  ANTH 049B. Comparative Perspectives on the Body
   •  ANTH 051B. Drugs and Governance in the Americas
   •  ANTH 053B. Anthropology of Public Health
   •  ANTH 071C. Anthropology of Mind (T)
   •  ANTH 072C. Memory, History, Nation
   •  ANTH 072D. Visual Anthropology
   •  ANTH 077B. The Visual Anthropology of Dance
   •  ANTH 077B. The Visual Anthropology of Performance
   •  ANTH 079B. Dancing Desire in Bollywood Films
   •  ANTH 080B. Anthropological Linguistics: Endangered Languages
   •  ANTH 091B. Cultural Dimensions of Scientific Thought
   •  ANTH 095. Independent Study

Anthropology - Seminars

   •  ANTH 103. Humanitarianism: Anthropological Approaches
   •  ANTH 112. Cities, Spaces, and Power
   •  ANTH 116. Anthropology of Capitalism
   •  ANTH 122. Urban Ethnographies
   •  ANTH 123. Culture, Power, Islam
   •  ANTH 133. Anthropology of Biomedicine


   •  ARAB 001. Intensive Elementary Modern Standard Arabic
   •  ARAB 002. Intensive Elementary Modern Standard Arabic
   •  ARAB 003. Intermediate Modern Standard Arabic I
   •  ARAB 004. Intermediate Modern Standard Arabic II
   •  ARAB 011. Advanced Arabic I
   •  ARAB 011A. Arabic Conversation
   •  ARAB 012. Advanced Arabic II
   •  ARAB 012A. Advanced Arabic Conversation
   •  ARAB 021. Introduction to Modern Arab Literature
   •  ARAB 022. Discourses of Oppression in Contemporary Arabic Fiction
   •  ARAB 023. Identity and Culture in Arab Cinema
   •  ARAB 024. Topics in Contemporay Arabic Fiction and Criticism
   •  ARAB 025. War in Arab Literature and Cinema
   •  ARAB 029. Arabs Write the West
   •  ARAB 045. Contemporary Thought in the Arab World
   •  ARAB 093. Directed Reading
   •  LITR 025A. War in Arab Literature and Cinema
   •  LITR 029A. Arabs Write the West
   •  LITR 045A. Contemporary Thought in the Arab World

Art History

   •  ARTH 001C. First-Year Seminar: Making Art History
   •  ARTH 001E. First-Year Seminar: Michelangelo and Renaissance Culture
   •  ARTH 001F. First-Year Seminar: Picasso
   •  ARTH 001L. First-Year Seminar: From Handscrolls to Comic Books: Pictorial Narratives in Japan
   •  ARTH 001M. First-Year Seminar: Leonardo: Artist, Engineer, Architect, and Anatomist

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