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Humanities & writing general education requirement and Spring 2010 courses
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Humanities & Writing Courses, Spring 2010

Humanities & Writing I

HUMW-011-02 APOCALYPSE AND REVOLUTION1 (MORRIS)
HUMW-011-03 RUSSIAN DRAMA (MIHAYCHUK)

And all the sections of HUMW 011 from the English Dept.

Humanities & Writing II

AFAM-101 INTRO TO AF AM STUDIES

ARTH-101 INTRO ART HISTORY I
ARTH-102 RENAISSANCE TO MODERN ART
ARTH-140 MODERN ART

CHIN-024 EAST ASIA: TEXTS & CONTEXTS

CLSS-221 THE TROJAN WAR
CLSS-266 THE AGE OF ALEXANDER

ENGL-040 GATEWAY
ENGL-041 GATEWAY
ENGL-042 GATEWAY
ENGL-043 GATEWAY

FREN-040 KNIGHTS OF OLD & HARRY POTTER

GERM-042 WOMEN AND NAZI CULTURE

GREE-151 - CONTEMPORARY MODERN GREEK LITERATURE

ITAL-042 GATEWAY TO MAJOR (ITALIAN)

JAPN-024 EAST ASIA: TEXTS & CONTEXTS

MUSC-265 MUSIC & TELEVISION
MUSC-268 MUSIC & DANCE IN AMERICA
MUSC-328 MUSIC & IDENTITY IN AMERICA
MUSC-361 SEMINAR: MUSIC JOURNALISM

MVST-043 HARRY POTTER & KNIGHTS OF OLD
MVST-202 THE WORLDS OF THE BOOK OF GOOD LOVE

RUSS-475 ALTERNATIVE HISTORY: 20TH C & TODAY

SPAN-319 DON QUIJOTE
SPAN-292 THE WORLDS OF THE BOOK OF GOOD LOVE

WGST-140 INTRO TO WOMEN’S AND GENDER STUDIES



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