TUTORIALS OFFERED 2006-2007

A description of the tutorial program, and information about how tutorials operate, may be found on page ## of this catalog. Students may obtain detailed information about particular tutorials from the course descriptions and the instructors.

Africana Studies
AFR 300T(F)/
WGST 415T(F) Racial-Sexual Politics and Cultural Memory(W)*
JAMES

Anthropology and Sociology
ANTH 243T(S) Dilemmas of Humanitarian Intervention (W) D. EDWARDS

Art
ARTH 303T(F) Linear Perspective in Art and Science: from Sacred Conception to
Secular Perception; from Brunelleschi to Galileo! (W)
EDGERTON

ARTH 330T(F) Michelangelo: Biography, Mythology, and the History of Art (W) SOLUM
ARTS 310T(S) Appearance/Disappearance EPPING
ARTS 312T(F) Fictional Realitie 
SOUTH
ARTS 317T(F) The Miniature LEVIN
ARTS 350T(S) The BIG Picture LALEIAN
ARTS 366T(S) Printed Murals-Works on Paper AMOS

Asian Studies
CHIN 251T(S)/
COMP 256T(S)/
HIST 215T(S) Crises and Critiques: The Literature and Intellectual
History of Early 20th Century China
NUGENT

Astronomy/Astrophysics
ASTR 219T(F)
/419T(F) Observational Cosmology (W)
KWITTER
ASTR 412T(S) Solar Physics (W) J. PASACHOFF

Biology
BIOL 210T(S) Evo-Devo: The Evolution of Animal Design (W) SAVAGE
BIOL 424T(F)/
ENVI 424T(F) Conservation Biology (W)
J. EDWARDS

Chemistry
CHEM 262T(S)/
ANTH 262T(S) Applying the Scientific Method to Archaeology and
Paleoanthropology
(W)
SKINNER
CHEM 368T(S) Quantum Chemistry and Molecular Spectroscopy BINGEMANN

Computer Science
CSCI 336T(F) Computer Networks (Q) MURTAGH
CSCI 337T(S) Digital Design and Modern Architecture (Q) BAILEY

Economics
ECON 357T(S) The Strange Economics of College (W) SCHAPIRO
ECON 374T(S) Poverty and Public Policy (W) SHORE-SHEPPARD
ECON 452T(F) Economics of Community Development SHEPPARD

English
ENGL 248T(S) Bearing Witness (W) SWANN
ENGL 249T(F) Hitchcock and Psychoanalytic Theory (W) TIFFT
ENGL 322T(S) Novel Arguments (W) DAVIS
ENGL 358T(F) Sounding Concord (W) ROSENHEIM
ENGL 390T(F) History in Theory (W) SOKOLSKY
ENGL 485T(F) The Practice of Revision: Fiction Writing Tutorial A. BARRETT

Environmental Studies
ENVI 270T(F)/
PSCI 270T(S
) Environmental Policy (W)
BENJAMIN

Geosciences
GEOS 217T(F)/
ASTR 217T(F) Planetary Geology (W)
COX
GEOS 218T(S)/
ENVI 218T The Carbon Cycle and Climate
(W)
STOLL
GEOS 404T(S) Geology of the Appalachians (W) KARABINOS

German
GERM 301T(S) German Studies, 1770-1830 (W) NEWMAN

History
HIST 117T(S)/
ASST 117T(S) Clash of Empires: China and the West, 1800-1900 (W)*
A. REINHARDT
HIST 154T(S) The American Way of War: The First Three Centuries (W) WOOD
HIST 482T(S)/
JWST 482T(S) Memory, History, and the Extermination of the Jews of Europe (W)
GARBARINI
HIST 487T(F) The Second World War: Origins, Course, Outcomes, and Meaning (W) WOOD
HIST 489T(S)/
WGST 489T(S) History and the Body
(W)
KUNZEL

Latina/o Studies
LATS 241T(F)
RLSP 241T(F) Redefining the "Helping Hand": Community-Based Approaches to
Latina/o Language and Identity in the Northern Berkshires (W)*
CEPEDA

Maritime Studies
MAST 231T(F,S)/
ENGL 231T(F,S) Literature of the Sea
BRAYTON

Mathematics/Statistics
MATH 318T(F)/
CSCI 318T(F) Numerical Problem Solving (Q)
STOICIU
MATH 335T(F)/
BIOL 235T(F)/
ENVI 235T(F)
Biological Modeling with Differential Equations (Q) S. JOHNSON
MATH 404T(F) Ergodic Theory (Q) SILVA
STAT 313T(F) Advanced Mathematical Methods in Statistical Inference (Q) BOTTS
STAT 440T(S) Categorical Data Analysis (Q) KLINGENBERG

Music
MUS 204T(F),
203T(S) Composition I and II
Fall: PEREZ VELAZQUEZ, Spring: KECHLEY
MUS 210T(S) American Pop Orientalism (W) W. A. SHEPPARD

Philosophy
PHIL 241T(S) Philosophy of Education: Why Are You Here? (W) DUDLEY|
PHIL 271T(S)/
WGST 271T(S) Woman as "Other"
(W)
SAWICKI
PHIL 388T(S) Consciousness (W) CRUZ
PHIL 390T(F) Truth (W) WHITE

Physics
PHYS 402T(S) Applications of Quantum Mechanics (Q) K. JONES
PHYS 411T(F) Classical Mechanics (Q) WOOTTERS

Political Science
PSCI 260T(S) Realism in Politics (W) MACDONALD
PSCI 331T(F) Non-Profit Organization and Community Change (W) A. WILLINGHAM
PSCI 345T(S) Political Leadership in Ancient Chinese Thought (W)* CRANE
PSCI 420T(F) Law and Rights in International Politics SHANKS

Religion
REL 228T(S)
AMST 228T(S)
North American Apocalyptic Thought
SHUCK
REL 305T(S) Haunted: Ghosts in the Study of Religion (W) BUELL

Romance Languages
RLSP 230T(F) Violent States, Violent Subjects: Nation-Building and
Atrocity in 19th Century Latin America (W)*
FRENCH

Williams in New York
WNY 301T(F) Fieldwork in New York (W) JACKALL
WNY 301T(S) Fieldwork in New York (W) E.J. JOHNSON

The Center for Development Economics is offering two graduate-level courses (ECON 516T and ECON 518T) in the tutorial format. Interested undergraduates should consult the course descriptions and the instructor for eligibility.

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
Robert L. Guyett 1958
John D. Mabie 1954
John H. Simpson 1979