WRITING-INTENSIVE COURSES

Courses designated as "writing-intensive"-those with a plus symbol (+) following the course title-stress the process of learning to write effectively. Such courses include a substantial amount of writing (cumulatively, at least 20 pages), usually divided into several discrete assignments. Normally, one or more of these assignments are returned to students for revision and resubmission. Instructors pay close attention to matters of punctuation, grammar, style, and the construction of arguments when assigning grades to written assignments, and these issues are further pursued in class discussions and individual meetings.

AAS 200(F) Beyond Double Consciousness: Gunnar Myrdal and the Construction of Race as Dilemma (Same as Political Science 233)*+

AMST 368T The Politics and Rhetoric of Exclusion: Immigration and its Discontents (Same as History 368T) (Not offered 1999-2000)+

ANSO 233(F) Globalization and Everyday Life*+

ANSO 328T(F) Emotions and the Self*+

ANTH 207(S) North-American Indians*+

ANTH 312T The Past and Future of Human Societies: The Mystery of Cultural Evolution (Not offered 1999-2000)*+

SOC 103(F) Behind the Rhetoric of Race: Race, Ethnicity and Public Policy+

SOC 308T Property: A Social Analysis of Material Goods (Not offered 1999-2000)+

ARTH 301(F) Art History's History+

ARTH 312T Tutorial in Architectural Theory of the Nineteenth Century (Not offered 1999-2000)+

ASTR 203T Solar System Astrophysics (Not offered 1999-2000; to be offered 2000-2001)+

ASTR 408T The Solar Corona (Not offered 1999-2000)+

ASTR 412T(S) Solar Physics (Offered 1999-2000; not to be offered 2000-2001)+

BIOL 402T(S) Current Topics in Ecology (Same as Environmental Studies 404T)+

CHEM 312T Heterocyclic Chemistry (Not offered 1999-2000; to be offered 2000-2001)+

CHEM 314T(F) A Theoretical Approach to Biological Phenomena+

ECON 201T(F) Cities (Same as Environmental Studies 207T)+

ECON 355 Feminist Economics (Not offered 1999-2000)+

ECON 362(F) Global Competitive Strategies+

ECON 401(F) Senior Seminar+

ENGL 105(F) Poetry and Magic+

ENGL 106(S) Telling Secrets+

ENGL 107(F) Shakespearean Greenworld Comedy+

ENGL 108(S) Forms of Revenge+

ENGL 109(F) Blinding Knowledge: The Humanities Reconsidered (Same as Philosophy 109)+

ENGL 111(F) Thinking and Writing about Television+

ENGL 113(F) Critical Reading+

ENGL 114(F,S) The Art of Memory+

ENGL 115(F) The Space of Literature+

ENGL 117(F) American Cinema in the 70s: The Other American Renaissance+

ENGL 119(F) Literary Currencies: Money and Wealth in American Culture+

ENGL 121(F) Precocity+

ENGL 150(F) (formerly 103) Expository Writing+

ENGL 150(S) (formerly 103) Expository Writing+

ENGL 206(F) Writing about Writing+

ENGL 222(S) Studies in the Lyric+

ENGL 223(F) Voyages of Discovery+

ENGL 224(S) Tragedy and Dramatic Theory+

ENGL 230(S) Introduction to Literary Theory+

ENGL 325T(S) The Place of Place in English Poetry+

ENGL 379T(F) The Personal Essay+

ENVI 207T(F) Cities (Same as Economics 201T)+

ENVI 404T(S) Current Topics in Ecology (Same as Biology 402T)+

GEOS 105 Geology Outdoors (Not offered 1999-2000)+

GEOS 255T(F) How do Mountains Form?+

GEOS 302 Sedimentation (Not offered 1999-2000; to be offered Spring 2001)+

HIST 350T History, Nostalgia, and the Politics of Collective Memory (Not offered 1999-2000)+

HIST 354T The Anglo-American World in the Eighteenth Century: War, Society, and Politics, 1700-1775 (Not offered 1999-2000)+

HIST 368T The Politics and Rhetoric of Exclusion: Immigration and Its Discontents (Same as American Studies 368T) (Not offered 1999-2000)+

HIST 370T(S) Western Political Thought in Transition+

HIST 374T The Second World War: Origins, Course, Outcomes, and Meaning (Not offered 1999-2000)+

HIST 385T Inventing Gender: America 1600-1850 (Not offered 1999-2000)+

MATH 442 Computational Statistics and Data Mining (Not offered 1999-2000)+

PHIL 101(F,S) Introduction to Moral and Political Philosophy+

PHIL 102(F,S) Introduction to Metaphysics and Epistemology+

PHIL 109(F) Blinding Knowledge: The Humanities Reconsidered (Same as English 109)+

PHIL 201(F) Continental Philosophy: From Hegel to Post-Structuralism+

PHIL 204(S) Relativism: A Thematic Introduction to Analytic Philosophy+

PHIL 304T(S) Authenticity: From Rousseau to Poststructuralism+

PHIL 401(F) Senior Seminar: Contemporary Philosophy+

PHYS 402T Applications of Quantum Mechanics (Not offered 1999-2000; to be offered 2000-2001)+

PHYS 405T(F) Electromagnetic Theory (Offered 1999-2000; not to be offered 2000-2001)+

PHYS 411T Classical Mechanics and Fluid Mechanics (Not offered 1999-2000; to be offered 2000-2001)+

PSCI 101(F) (Section 01) Seminar: Cultural Imperialism+

PSCI 213(S) Theory and Practice of Civil Rights Protest*+

PSCI 233(F) Beyond Double Consciousness: Gunnar Myrdal and the Construction of Race as Dilemma (Same as Afro-American Studies 200)*+

PSCI 331T Non-Profit Organization and Community Change (Not offered 1999-2000; to be offered 2000-2001)+