Thursday, March 23, 2017

Still Have Room in Your Summer or Autumn Schedule?

Hopewell Culture National Historical Park, Chillicothe, 2014.
Image Courtesy of Tim Black.
Try checking out our OSU Classes Tab!

We have updated our lists of current and future classes
 by semester and campus.


The College of Arts & Sciences also has a list of Featured Classes
 which still have space, here!


See below for a sampling of what is currently available 
for Summer 2017 & Autumn 2017:

Summer Session 2017
Columbus


Undergraduate Research
American Indian Studies 4998
1-4 credit hours.
Undergraduate research in variable topics related to American Indian Studies. Student-initiated projects.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 credit hours or 3 completions. This course is graded S/U.


Summer Field School in Archaeology- Fee ($500)
Anthropology 5684
Dr. Robert Cook & Dr. Aaron Comstock
3-15 credit hours.
Practical experience in archaeological fieldwork including site survey, excavation, surveying and mapping, preservation, and other related methods and techniques of data recovery.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor required. Repeatable.
Contact Dr. Robert Cook, cook.426@osu.edu, for more information.

Reel Injuns: Identity, Arts and Representation
Art Education 5367
Dr. Christine Ballengee-Morris
May 10 - June 19
Course Number 21182
Course Number 21183
3 credit hours.
This course introduces broad range of issues, theories, and practices of visual culture within the gaze of American Indians and how reaction to or rejection shapes Indigenous identities, as well as non-native understandings of American Indians. This course explores action research practices, historical research methodologies, and critical readings.
Contact Dr. Ballengee-Morris, morris.390@osu.edu, for more information.

Latin American Civilizations to 1825
History 1101
Online May 10 - June 30, 2017
Course Number 21585
3 credit hours
Latin American political, social, economic, and cultural history from Pre-Columbian times to independence (1825) focusing on imperialism, religion, minorities, war, and rebellion. Sometimes this course is offered in a distance-only format. 
Prerequisites or concurrent: English 1110.xx. Not open to students with credit for 171. 
GEC: Historical study and diversity global studies course.

Newark

Intro to the Humanities: Cross-Cultural Perspective
Comparative Studies 1100
Dr. Cheryl Cash
M-Th 1- 3.30 PM
3 credit hours.
Explores the role of literature and the arts in constructing, maintaining, and questioning the values and beliefs of diverse cultures and historical periods; topics vary. 
Prerequisites: Not open to students with credit for 1100H (100H) or 100. 
GEC: Literature and Diversity Global Studies course.
Contact Dr. Cheryl Cash, cash.110@osu.edu, for more information.

The History of Latin America Through Film
History 2125
M-Th 1 - 3.30 PM
Dr. Alcira Dueñas
Course Number 21351
3 credit hours.
Latin American history from the pre-colonial era to the present as depicted in film, including the analysis of colonialism, revolutions, society, women, and current events. 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.

Autumn Session 2017
Columbus


Research in American Indian Studies Honors
American Indian Studies 4998H
1-4 credit hours.
Undergraduate honors student research or creative project in variable topics related to American Indian Studies.
Prerequisites: Honors standing, and permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 credit hours or 3 completions. This course is graded S/U.


History of Latin American Art: Prehispanic and Early Modern
History of Art 2005
3 credit hours.
History of Mexico during precolonial, colonial, and independence periods with emphasis on the 19th and 20th centuries. 
Prerequisites: English 1110.xx, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 534.03. 
GEC: Historical study and Diversity Global Studies course.

Introduction to American Indigenous Languages
Linguistics 3501
3 credit hours.
An introduction to indigenous languages of the Americas and their speakers: e.g. history of settlement, language families, linguistic properties, bilingual education, language policies and attitudes.
Prerequisites: English 1110.01 (110.01), 1110.02 (110.02), or 1110.03 (110.03) or equivalent. 
Not open to students with credit for Linguistics 303 or AfAmASt 303. 
GEC: Cultures and Ideas and Diversity, Social Diversity in the United States course.


Individual Studies: Theory
Anthropology 5193.01
1-80 credit hours.
Theory.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable. This course is graded S/U.
Contact Dr. Robert Cook, cook.426@osu.edu, for more information.

Introduction to Native American Peoples from Mesoamerica
History 2110
Course Number 25375 
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 Concurrent: English 1100.xx, or permission of instructor.
GEC: Historical Study and Diversity Global Studies course.
Contact Dr. Dueñas, duenas.2@osu.edu, for more information.
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