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Grrrrrl Talk: Feminazis, Bitches, and Daughters of Eve

Grrrrrl Talk: Feminazis, Bitches, and Daughters of Eve
Course Number Course Title Instructor
ENG 152 Composition II Midday
ENG 251 Intro to Literature VanSickle

What are the cultural implications of sexual inequality? And why are women who rally against it dismissed as feminazis, bitches or nags? Let's examine real women's real stories through film, novels, non-fiction, poetry, drama, short fiction and song.
(MW 10-11:20 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m.)

-Humanities and Communications Gen Ed requirements
-Depending on your degree

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Live Freud and Die Jung

Live Freud and Die Jung
Course Number Course Title Instructor
ENG 152 Composition II Nordgren
PSY 151 Intro to Psych Bossert

Improve your research and writing skills with a psychological edge! We'll examine the complexities of the brain, the dynamics of personality, the mystery of dreams, the bliss of happiness, and the struggles with mental illness.
(MW 10-11:20 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m.)

-Communications and Social/Behavioral Science Gen Ed requirements
-Depending on your degree

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Love Songs

Love Songs
Course Number Course Title Instructor
MUS 151 Music Appreciation Hillstrom
SOC 175 Sociology of Families Eckel

Do love and marriage go together like a horse and carriage? Is family life in crisis these days? Explore these and other sociological questions at the same time you learn to understand and appreciate music. The two courses come together as students listen to and study operatic "love songs" written over the centuries, along with other music that illustrates the ups and downs of family life.
(MW 11:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. and 1-2:20 p.m.)

-Social/Behavioral Science and Fine Arts Gen Ed requirements ( fulfills Intercultural Studies requirement)
-Depending on your degree

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OMG: Culture Clash

OMG: Culture Clash
Course Number Course Title Instructor
ANT 170 Cultural Anthropology Cameron
PHI 261 World Religions Young

Examines how culture and religion interact to shape world views, ethics and values. Develop a deep sense of how culture and religion regulate food, politics, marriage, gender, music and more. Examples from a diversity of cultures, including the U.S., and each of the major religious traditions will be explored.
(TTh 10-11:20 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.- 12:50 p.m.)

-Humanities and Social/Behavioral Science Gen Ed requirements ( fulfills Intercultural Studies requirement)
-Depending on your degree

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Playing God: Writing About Bioethics for Health Professionals

Playing God: Writing About Bioethics for Health Professionals
Course Number Course Title Instructor
ENG 151 Composition I Hazelgrove
PHI 251 Intro to Ethics Gould

We'll use a case-study approach to examine questions in medical ethics at the beginning and ending of life as well as personal conduct and character of health care professionals.
(TTh 11:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. and 1-2:20 p.m.)

-Humanities and Communications Gen Ed requirements
-Depending on your degree

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Talking Dirty

Talking Dirty
Course Number Course Title Instructor
PSY 175 Human Sexuality Grela
PHI 251 Intro to Ethics Seitz

Yes, this class is all about sex-what's not to like? Join in this fascinating study of ethics as it relates to the many forms and facets of human sexuality.
(MW 11:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. and 1-2:20 p.m.)

-Humanities Gen Ed requirement and elective ( fulfills Intercultural Studies requirement)
-Depending on your degree

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