TUTORIALS OFFERED 2005-2006

of this catalog. Students may obtain detailed information about particular tutorials from the course descriptions and the instructors.

African-American Studies
AAS 400T(F,S)/WGST 415T(F,S) Racial-Sexual Politics and Cultural Memory (W)*
James

Anthropology and Sociology

ANTH 270T(F) Trauma, Memory, and Reconciliation (W)*
D. Edwards

ANTH 328T(F) Emotions and the Self (W)*
Just

Art
ARTH 209T(F) The Works of Modernist and Contemporary Landscape Architects (W)
Satterthwaite

ARTS 310T(S) Appearance/Disappearance
Epping

ARTS 364T(F) Artists' Books
Takenaga

ARTS 380T(S) Between Art and Cinema
L. Johnson

Astronomy/Astrophysics
ASTR 207T(S) Extraterrestrial Life in the Galaxy: A Sure Thing, or a Snowball's Chance? (W)
Kwitter

Biology
BIOL 206T(S) Genomes, Transcriptomes and Proteomes (W)
D. Lynch

BIOL 402T(F)/ENVI 404T Topics in Ecology: Biological Resources (W)
Art

Comparative Literature
COMP 312T(S) Writing Islands (Same as French 312T) (W)*
Pieprzak

Computer Science
CSCI 338T(S) Parallel Processing (Q)
Teresco

CSCI 374T(F) Machine Learning (Q)
Danyluk

Economics
ECON 357T(S) The Strange Economics of College (W)
Schapiro

ECON 374T(S) Poverty and Public Policy (W)
Shore-Shepard

English
ENGL 244T(S) Kids (W)
K. Shepard

ENGL 312T(S)/WGST 312T Early Modern Women Writers and the Art of Renaissance Self-Fashioning
I. Bell

ENGL 320T(F) Marlowe and Shakespeare (W)
Kleiner

ENGL 343T(F) Whitman and Dickinson in Context (W)
Kent

ENGL 368T(S) Approaches to W. B. Yeats (W)
Pethica

Environmental Studies
ENVI 270T(F)/PSCI270T Environmental Policy (W)
Benjamin

Geosciences
GEOS 217T(F)/ASTR 217T Planetary Geology (W)
Cox

GEOS 221T(F) Paleoclimates: Reconstructing Earth's Climatic Past
Backus

GEOS 304T(S) Paleoecology (W)
M. Johnson

GEOS 350T(S) Tectonics, Erosion, and Climate (W)
Karabinos

History
HIST 135T(F)/LEAD 135T The Great War, 1914-1918 (W)
Wood

HIST 140T(S) Fin-de Siecle Russia: Cultural Splendor, Imperial Decay (W)
W. Wagner

HIST 481T(S) The American Revolution, 1763-1798: Meanings and Interpretations (W)*
Aubert

HIST 482T(S) Memory, History, and the Extermination of the Jews of Europe (W)
Garbarini

HIST 483T(F) African Political Thought (W)*
Mutongi

HIST 486T(F)/JAPN 486T Historical Memory of the Pacific War (W)*
Maruko

HIST 492T(S) Revolutionary Thought in Latin America (W)*
Kittleson

Maritime Studies
MAST 231T(F,S)/ENGL 231T Literature of the Sea (W) (Offered only at Mystic Seaport.)

Mathematics/Statistics
MATH 211T(F) Mathematical Reasoning and Linear Algebra (Q)
Silva

MATH 251T(F) Introduction to Mathematical Proof and Argumentation (Q)
Pacelli

MATH 285T(F) Teaching Mathematics (Q)
Burger

MATH 313T(S) Explorations in Number Theory and Geometry (Q)
Burger

MATH 324T(F) Topology (Q)
Morgan

MATH 327T(S) Tiling Theory (Q)
Adams

STAT 358T(F) Introduction to Biostatistics (Q)
Klingenberg

Music
MUS 203T(F), 204T(S) Composition I and II
Fall: Kechley, Spring: Perez Velazquez

MUS 221T(S) Advanced Ear Training for Jazz Musicians: The Study of Jazz Improvisation Traditions through the Art of Transcription
Jaffe

MUS 245T(S) Music Analysis: Music with Text (W)
E. Gollin

Philosophy
PHIL 272T(F) Free Will and Responsibility (W)
Barry

PHIL 273T(S) Hume's Treatise on Human Nature (W)
Cruz

PHIL 308T(S) Wittgenstein's Philosophical
Investigations (W)
Mladenovic

PHIL 342T(F) Contemporary Virtue Ethics (W)
Clarke

Physics
PHYS 405T(F) Electromagnetic Theory(Q)
S. Bolton

Political Science
PSCI 236T(S) Social Capital (W)
M. Deveaux

PSCI 314T(F) American Political Development (W)
Mellow

PSCI 331T(F) Non-Profit Organization and Community Change (W)
A. Willingham

PSCI 349T(S) Cuba and the United States (W)*
Mahon

Psychology
PSYC 317T(S) Nature via Nurture: Explorations in Developmental Psychobiology
Zimmerberg

Religion

REL 228T(S) North American Apocalyptic Thought
Shuck

Spanish
RLSP 306T(S)/COMP 302T(S) Latino Writing: Literature by U.S. Hispanics (W)*
Bell-Villada

Williams in New York
WNY 301T(F) Fieldwork in New York (W)
Jackall

The College acknowledges with deepest gratitude the following classes and individuals who have created generous endowments to support tutorials at Williams in honor of their 25th and 50th Reunions.
The Class of 1953
The Class of 1954
The Class of 1979
Hugh Germanetti 1954
David A. Gray 1954

John D. Mabie 1954
John H. Simpson 1979