Thursday, March 24, 2016

Scheduling Next Semester's Classes?

Thinking about your schedule for next semester?
2008 Newark Earthworks Great Circle. Image Courtesy of Tim Black.
2008 Newark Earthworks Great Circle.
Image Courtesy of Tim Black.
Try checking out our OSU Classes Tab (above)!

We have updated lists of current and future classes 
which intersect the following topics:
  • American Indian studies,
  • Archaeology, 
  • Architecture, 
  • Astronomy, 
  • Art, 
  • Comparative studies, 
  • Education,
  • English, 
  • Environment and natural resources,
  • History, 
  • Landscape design, 
  • Linguistics, 
  • Religious studies, 
  • Research methods, 
  • Sacred sites, 
  • Sociology, 
  • Spanish, and 
  • Theatre 
by semester, campus, 
and undergraduate/graduate classes.

All you need to do is copy down the course number into your schedule!

See below for a sampling of what is currently available 
for Autumn Semester 2016 
at The Ohio State University at Newark:

Introduction to Archaeology
Anthropology 2201
Dr. Robert Cook
T/H 9:35-10:55 AM.
Course Number 23147
3 credit hours.
World prehistory from the origin of human culture through the development of civilization illustrated by selected examples; archaeological field method; concepts of analysis and interpretation.
Prerequisites: Not open to students with credit for 2201H (201H) or 201.
GEC: Social science individual and groups diversity and global studies course.
Limit 35 students.
Contact Dr. Cook, cook.426@osu.edu, for more information.

Information Search, Evaluation and Use
Arts & Sciences 2120
John Crissinger, Special Collections and Reference Librarian.
Second 7 weeks, ONLINE. 
Course Number 24388
2 credit hours. 
Seven week course covers internet browsing, online information organization and management, and effective search and evaluation strategies. See credit courseshere
Prerequisite: Not open to students with credit for 120.
Limit of 25 students.
Contact John Crissinger, crissinger.5@osu.edu, for more information.


Autumn 2016. History 2071. American Indian History of the U.S. Midwest Flyer PDF.

American Indian History of the U.S. Midwest
History 2071
Dr. John Low
T/H 3:55-5:15 PM
Course Number 33737
3 credit hours.
Native American history in Great lakes and Ohio Valley regions from ancient times to the present, including mound builders, fur trade, removal, reservations, urbanization, contemporary issues. Sometimes this course is offered in a distance-only format.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: English 1100.xx or permission of instructor.
GEC: Historical Study and Diversity-Social Diversity in the United States credit.
Limit of 35 students.
Contact Dr. Low, low.89@osu.edu, for more information.

Introduction to Native American Peoples from Mesoamerica
History 2110
M/W 11:10-12:30 PM
Dr. Alcira Dueñas
Course Number 33901
3 credit hours.
Introductory survey of the Native American peoples from Mesoamerica (contemporary Guatemala, Honduras, Southern Mexico) from pre-colonial times to the present. Sometimes this course is offered in a distance-only format.
Prerequisites or concur: English 1100.xx, or permission of instructor.
GEC: Historical study and diversity global studies credit.
Limit of 35 students.
Contact Dr. Dueñas, duenas.2@osu.edu, for more information.

Natives and Newcomers: Immigration and Migration in American History Honors
History 2750H
Dr. Lucy Murphy
M/W 12:45-2:05 PM
Course Number 21735
3 credit hours.
This course will critically examine the dynamics of immigration and migration throughout United States history and challenge some of our fundamental ideas.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: English 1100.xx. Not open to students with credit for 322H, WGSSt 3322H or 2750H.
GEC: Social Diversity Credit in the U.S.; Historical Studies Credit.
Limit of 15 students.
Contact Dr. Murphy, murphy.500@osu.edu, for more information.
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