Spring 2018 Courses
AFR 323, Comic Lives: Graphic Novels & Dangerous Histories of the African Diaspora (Rashida K. Braggs)
ARTH 438, Ambrotypes to Instagram: Photography and the Human Portrait (Catherine N. Howe)
COMP 242, Americans Abroad (Soledad Fox)
ENGL 346, Negative Affects in African American Literature (Ianna Hawkins Owen)
GEOS 214, Mastering GIS (José Constantine)
LATS 224, U.S. Latinx Religions (Jacqueline Hidalgo)
PSCI 337, Visual Politics (Mark Reinhardt)
RLSP 308, The Subject of Empire: Race, Gender and Power in the Colonial Era (Jennifer French)
STAT 442, Computational Statistics and Data Mining (Brianna Heggeseth)
COMP 354: Write a brief museum label in which you mediate on the idea of innocence in relationship to the artwork. Drawing on our readings and discussions in class, the word innocence has multiple meanings and layers. Feel free to choose whichever meaning of the term you like to engage the artwork.
CHEM 336: Write a 2-3 page paper comparing and contrasting at least two objects in the exhibit that are made of the same material and a third newer material that has been recently developed. You will need to include a comparison of the objects with materials, observation, historical significance, uses or artistic intentions, and a description of how the newer technology fits in with today’s society.
ARTH 104: Sketch and write at least five sentences describing your impression of each object (one per week) and how you imagine they might have been used in their original contexts.