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Autumn Quarter 2021 Time Schedule

COMPARATIVE HISTORY OF IDEAS
(COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES )

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A COMPLETE LIST OF CHID CORE COURSES IS AVAILABLE AT THE CHID OFFICE, PDL B102 OR CALL 543-7333.

Enrl        Sect                                                                                             Crs
Restr   SLN  ID Cred    Meeting Times     Bldg/Rm       Instructor                 Status Enrl/Lim   Grades  Fee Other
 ?       ?       ?           ?             ?               ?                         ?       ?         ?      ?    ?

CHID   101  INTRO TO CHID
      >12735 A  2       W      130-320    SAV  164      Anderson she.her,Cynthia            20/  25  CR/NC         B     
                        "CHID 101: INTRO TO CHID"                                   
**MUST BE A DECLARED CHID MAJOR OR
MINOR TO ENROLL. CONTACT CHID
ADVISOR FOR ADD CODE.

CHID   206  VIOLENCE CTMP THGHT (I&S,DIV)
       12737 A  5       TTh    1030-1220  SMI  405      Barr,N                     Closed   30/  30                %J    
                        "VIOLENCE AND CONTEMPORARY                                  
THOUGHT:
ANTISEMITISM, RACISM, AND
HISTORICAL MEMORY AFTER AUSCHWITZ"
HISTORICAL EXPLORATION OF
INTELLECTUAL, LITERARY, AND
ARTISTI
RESPONSES TO THE PROBLEM OF MODERN
MASS VIOLENCE THROUGH COMPARATIVE
STUDY OF THE LEGACIES OF THE
HOLOCAUST AND EUROPEAN
COLONIALISM.
**OFFERED JOINTLY WITH JEW ST 206
A
HSTCMP 290.

CHID   230  INTRO DISABILITY ST (I&S,DIV)
       12739 A  5       MW     1000-1120  *    *        Evans,Heather D.           Open     49/  50                BJ    
                        INTRODUCTION TO DISABILITY STUDIES                          
       12740 AA  QZ     TTh    930-1020   MGH  287      RAY,REBECCA                Open      8/  10                J     
                        INTRO TO DISABILITY STUDIES QUIZ                            
       12741 AB  QZ     TTh    1030-1120  MGH  287      RAY,REBECCA                Closed   10/  10                J     
                        INTRODUCTION TO DISABILITY STUDIES                          
QUIZ
       12742 AC  QZ     TTh    1130-1220  MGH  287      DeCarsky,Ryan              Closed   11/  10                J     
                        INTRODUCTION TO DISABILITY STUDIES                          
QUIZ
       23514 AE  QZ     TTh    430-520P   MGH  284      DeCarsky,Ryan              Closed   10/  10                J     
       23515 AF  QZ     TTh    430-520P   MGH  248      RAY,REBECCA                Closed   10/  10                J     

CHID   250  SPECIAL TOPICS(I&S)
       12749 A  5       TTh    1030-1220  CDH  110B     Knapp,Caleb                Open     14/  15                WJ    
                        "UNDERWORLD POETICS"                                        
TAUGHT BY: CALEB KNAPP
(VLPA & W CREDIT)
VISIONARY POETS CAN STAND IN
STRANGE RELATION TO THE WORLD.
SOME COME FROM OR SPEAK FROM
ANOTHER WORLD. OTHERS INHABIT
WORLDS THAT ARE ILLUMINATED,
HAUNTED, OR TRANSPARENT. SOME
RECOUNT TRAVEL BETWEEN LAYERS OF
REALITY, OR REPORT ENHANCED
ENCOUNTERS WITH ANIMALS, PLANTS,
AND OTHER BEINGS. THIS CLASS
EXPLORES WAYS SOME WRITERS CROSS
INTO AND WRITE OUT OF OTHER
DIMENSIONS - INCLUDING PUNK
CLUBS, GAY UNDERWORLDS, SUBWAY
TUNNELS, FLEABAG HOTELS, OUTER
SPACE, UNDERSEA CIVILIZATIONS,
ANGELIC AND DEMONIC REALMS.
       12750 B  5       MW     1030-1220  CDH  125      Rivera,Isaac               Open     21/  40                B     
                        "WRITING THE WORLD: THE DIGITAL &                           
OTHERWISE"
THIS COURSE BEGINS WITH THE PREMISE
THAT THE "DIGITAL" IS SITUATED IN
ONGOING SETTLER-COLONIALISM AND
RACIAL CAPITALISM. THIS COURSE ASKS
HOW THE "DIGITAL" SHAPES WHAT WE
KNOW ABOUT THE WORLD, INCLUDING ITS
HUMAN-ENVIRONMENT INTERACTIONS AND
IMPACTS ACROSS TIME AND SPACE. IN
EXPLORING THIS QUESTION, THIS
COURSE FOREGROUNDS BLACK &
INDIGENOUS MODES OF WRITING THE
WORLD THROUGH DIGITAL MEDIUMS. FROM
LEARNING THE CRAFT OF COUNTER-
MAPPING AS AN 'EARTH WRITING'
PRACTICE THAT CHARTS HISTORIES AND
LIBERATORY GEOGRAPHIES, TO
EXPLORING THE #LANDBACK AND
#BLACKLIVESMATTER DIGITAL-MATERIAL
MOVEMENTS, THIS COURSE PROVIDES AN
INTELLECTUAL FOUNDATION FOR
UNDERSTANDING THE DIGITALLY
MEDIATED WORLD.
       12751 C  5       TTh    230-350    MEB  248      Athreya,Jayadev S          Open      4/   5                J     
                        "RADICANT MATHEMATICS"                                      
TAUGHT BY: JAYADEV ATHREYA
*OFFERED JOINTLY WITH MATH 380
IN THIS WRITING-INTENSIVE COURSE,
STUDENTS WILL STUDY THE DIFFERENT
CULTURAL, HISTORICAL, ARTISTIC, AND
SCIENTIFIC RESONANCES OF
MATHEMATICS, GUIDED BY THEIR
PASSIONS AND INTERESTS. USING CASE
STUDIES AND EXAMPLES, THE COURSE
WILL EXPLORE THE WIDELY VARIED
ROOTS OF MATHEMATICS AND HOW MATH
HAS BEEN ENRICHED BY CONTRIBUTIONS
FROM A WIDE RANGE OF PEOPLE AND
CIVILIZATIONS ACROSS HISTORY.

CHID   332  DISABILITY & SOCIETY(I&S)
       12762 B  5       TTh    1130-120   SMI  105      Woiak,Joanne               Closed   13/  13                J     
                        "SCIENCE FICTION AND THE BODY"                              
TIME CHANGE: TUTH 11:30-1:20

CHID   370  CLTRL IMPACT TECH(VLPA/I&S)
       12768 A  5       MW     130-320    CMU  120      Rahman,Anis                Closed    5/   5                J     

CHID   390  COLLOQ HIST IDEAS(I&S)Prerequisites
      >12774 A  5       W      1230-220   DEN  256      Garcia,M                            11/  20                B     
                        F      1230-220   DEN  256      
                        "THE POLITICS OF LIFE"                                      
(W CREDIT)
DRAWING ON SCHOLARLY, LITERARY,
AND VISUAL TEXTS, THIS SEMINAR
INVITES STUDENTS TO EXPLORE THE
POLITICS OF LIFE AND DEATH (HUMAN
AND OTHER-THAN-HUMAN) IN THE
CONTEXT OF MIGRATION, SLAUGHTER,
EXTRACTION, INDIGENEITY, AND
ACTIVISM. WHAT HAPPENS WHEN WE
CONSIDER THE POSSIBILITY THAT
ROCKS LISTEN AND "EARTH-BEINGS"
(SUCH AS RIVERS AND GLACIERS)
SPEAK? IN OUR DISCUSSIONS WE WILL
CONSIDER ENTANGLEMENTS OF RACE,
GENDER, SPECIES, AND
(DIS)ABILITY. IT IS MY HOPE THAT
OUR RIGOROUS EXAMINATION OF THESE
AND OTHER ISSUES WILL SERVE AS
WINDOWS THROUGH WHICH WE CAN VIEW
THE WORKINGS OF ALTERITY,
MARGINALIZATION, AND
VULNERABILITY, AS WELL AS SURVEY
PATHWAYS TO ALTERNATIVE AND
BETTER FUTURES

CHID   399  INTERNSHIP
      >12777 A  5       to be arranged                                                       0/  15  CR/NC               
                        CHID INTERNSHIP                                             

CHID   430  TOPIC DISABILITY ST (I&S)
       12778 A  1       W      330-450    ARC  160                                 Closed    0/   0  CR/NC         BJ    
                        "DISABILITY HISTORIES"                                      
(NO PRE REQ, W CREDIT)
HOW DISABILITY, NORMALCY, CITIZENSH
HAVE BEEN CONSTRUCTED HISTORICALLY;
DISABILITY ACTIVISM; DISABILITY AS
CATEGORY OF ANALYSIS RELATED TO OTH
FORMS OF DIFFERENCE.

CHID   434  CIV/HUMN RGTS LAW(I&S,DIV)
      >12779 A  5       TTh    130-320    SAV  166      McCloskey,Megan E                    6/   6                J     
                        CONTACT CHID ADVISOR AT CHID@UW.EDU                         
FOR ADD CODES FOR CHID 434.

CHID   459  NARRATIVE JOURNALISM(VLPA/I&S)
       12781 A  5       TTh    830-1020   CMU  322      Underwood,Douglas M        Closed    5/   5                J     

CHID   480  ADV SPECIAL TOPICS(I&S)
       12788 A  5       MW     1230-220   ECE  026      Bourgette,Alika            Open      8/  25                      
                        "INDIGENOUS STORYTELLING AND WORLD-                         
MAKING IN THE GLOBAL PACIFIC"
TAUGHT BY: ALIKA BOURGETTE
THIS COURSE WILL HIGHLIGHT THE
VIBRANT INTERCONNECTIONS BETWEEN
STORY AND PLACE TOLD ACROSS THE
OCEANIC WORLD. BLENDING ORAL
HISTORIES WITH WRITTEN DISCOURSE OF
THE PEOPLES INDIGENOUS TO OUR "SEA
OF ISLANDS" WE KNOW TODAY AS THE
PACIFIC, THIS COURSE WILL PROVIDE
ANOTHER LENS INTO TRANSNATIONAL
APPROACHES POPULAR IN WORLD
HISTORIES. MORE THAN ANTIQUATED
STORIES CONFINED TO THE ARCHIVAL
RECORD, INDIGENOUS STORYTELLING
PROVIDES LIVING COMMUNITIES TODAY
WITH AVENUES TO COMMUNICATE
DIRECTLY WITH ANCESTORS TO CO-
CREATE FUTURES BEYOND EMPIRES AND
EXPLOITATION OF LIFE BEYOND HUMANS.
       12789 B  5       TTh    1030-1220  THO  331      Childs,Mary E              Open     14/  20                J     
                        "BEYOND THE ANTHROPOCENE:                                   
PERMACULTURE AND POETRY"
MOST OF US AGREE THAT THE CLIMATE
CRISIS IS UPON US. THIS CLASS
WILL EXPLORE CONSTRUCTIVE
RESPONSES TO THE CRISIS THROUGH
ENGAGEMENT IN AGRICULTURE AND
POETRY. READING WORKS OF CARLO
PETRINI, WENDELL BERRY, JANE
BENNET, DONNA HARAWAY AND OTHERS,
WE WILL EXPLORE THE INTERSECTIONS
BETWEEN PERMACULTURE, SLOW FOOD,
AND POETRY, BETWEEN WORKING THE
LAND AND WORKING OUR OWN
LANGUAGE, TO IMAGINE
POSSIBILITIES OF CREATING MODES
OF BEING IN THE WORLD THAT MAY
HELP US NAVIGATE THE CRISIS. THE
CLASS WILL INCLUDE FIELD TRIPS TO
LOCAL URBAN AND RURAL FARMS, IN
SEATTLE AND THE OLYMPIC
PENINSULA.
       12790 C  5       TTh    1230-220   SMI  307      Simpson,Caroline C         Open     16/  20                WBJ   
                        "THE NEW RACIAL POETICS"                                    
(VLPA)
THIS COURSE IS JUST WHAT THE TITLE
CLAIMS: A FORAY INTO THE AMAZING
LYRICAL WORK OF MOSTLY NEW,
YOUNGER
POETS OF COLOR WHO ARE OFTEN
BREACHING NEW SUBJECTS IN THEIR
ART. WE WILL TRY TO APPROACH THESE
POEMS MORE ORGANICALLY, KEEPING A
RUNNING ACCOUNT OF THE WAY THESE
POEMS IMPACT US AS READERS
OCCUPYING VARIOUS SOCIAL CONTEXTS.
THE SCOPE OF THEIR INTERESTS IS
VAST, THEIR TECHNIQUES NEVER
PREDICTABLE; THEY PAY STRICT
ATTENTION TO POETIC TRADITIONS AS
OFTEN AS THEY ATTEMPT BOLD,
EXPERIMENTAL DEVIATIONS FROM THOSE
TRADITIONS. PREPARE, IN OTHER
WORDS, TO BE BROUGHT UPRIGHT AND
TO
TALK ABOUT THAT FEELING.

CHID   491  SENIOR THESIS(I&S)Prerequisites
      >12793 A  5       F      1230-320   LOW  102      Dwyer,A                             11/  24                      
                        "CHID THESIS"                                               
(CHID MAJORS ONLY). EMAIL
CHID@UW.EDU FOR ADD CODE.
**COURSE MEETING DAY & TIME MAY
CHANGE**
 IS   >12794 B  5       to be arranged                                                       0/  10E                     

CHID   492  SENIOR THESIS(I&S)
 IS   >12795 A  5       to be arranged                                                       3/  10E                     
                        FACULTY CODE REQUIRED.                                      

CHID   493  SENIOR THESIS(I&S)
 IS   >12796 A  5       to be arranged                                                       4/  10E                     
                        FACULTY CODE REQUIRED.                                      

CHID   495  CLOSE READINGS(I&S)
       12797 A  5       TTh    1230-220   PAA  A114     Diment,Galya               Open      1/   2                BJ    
                        "RUSSIAN BIG BOOKS: DOSTOEVSKY'S                            
DEMONS"
OFFERED JOINTLY WITH RUSS 340 A

CHID   496  FOCUS GROUPS
       12798 A  2       M      1230-220   MEB  102      Thurtle,Phillip S          Open     10/  12  CR/NC               
                        DREAMIX: RE-IMAGINING UNREALITY THR                         
MULTIMEDIA REMIX
       12799 B  2       F      230-420    SAV  167      Thurtle,Phillip S          Open      9/  12  CR/NC               
                        TRUTH, JUSTICE, AND RECONCILIATION                          
USING FICTION, FILM, AND ART ALONGS
ACADEMIC WORKS, STUDENTS WILL LEARN
THE CHALLENGES OF RECKONING WITH PO
VIOLENCE, RACIAL VIOLENCE, AND GENO
SOUTH AFRICA, CANADA, COUNTRIES IN
AMERICA, AND THE UNITED STATES.
       12800 C  2       W      330-520    THO  202      Thurtle,Phillip S          Closed   17/  12  CR/NC               
                        MENTAL HEALTH, BUT MAKE IT COOL 4TH                         
ADDITION: AN EXPLORATION OF MENTAL
AND SPECIFICALLY HOW TO IMPROVE OUR
PERSONAL MENTAL HEALTH. WE WILL LOO
MEDITATION, MINDFULNESS, AND MANY O
TOOLS THAT CAN HELP US WORK TOWARD
VERSION AND PEAK PERFORMANCE.
       12801 D  2       T      430-620P   PDL  C101     Nico,Tahtzee               Open      1/  12  CR/NC               
                        QUEER ACTIVISM                                              

CHID   497  PEER FACILITATORS
      >12802 A  5       to be arranged                                                       0/   8  CR/NC               
                        PEER FACILITATORS FOR CHID 222                              
      >12803 B  5       to be arranged                                                       0/  10                      
                        PEER FACILITATORS FOR CHID 222                              

CHID   498  SPECIAL COLLOQUIA(I&S)
      >12805 B  5       MW     230-420    CDH  139      Smith,Maya A                         0/   5                J     
                        OFFERED JOINTLY WITH FRENCH 448                             
"CULTURES OF FRANCO-AMERICA"
(VLPA/I&S, DIV CREDIT)
CONSIDERS A BROAD RANGE OF
LITERARY AND CULTURAL TEXTS
EMERGING FROM THE LONG HISTORY OF
THE FRENCH IN NORTH AMERICA AND
AMERICANS IN FRANCE. TRACES
PROCESSES OF RACIALIZATION; PAYING
PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO
INTERSECTIONS BETWEEN RACE AND
CLASS, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY.
TEXTS IN FRENCH AND ENGLISH.
       12806 C  5       TTh    230-420    SAV  139      Marin,Ileana               Open      1/   5                J     
                        "ROMANIA TRANSFORMED"                                       
EXPLORES EASTERN AND WESTERN
ARTISTIC TRENDS AND IDEOLOGIES IN
ROMANIAN CULTURE, LITERATURE AND
FILM DURING THE LAST 100 YEARS.
INVESTIGATES CONTRIBUTIONS TO
SURREALISM, DADAISM, THEATRE OF
THE ABSURD, AND PRACTICES OF
RESISTANCE AGAINST COMMUNISM, AS
WELL AS WOMEN'S ROLES IN FORGING A
POST-SOVIET IDENTITY. INTRODUCES
STUDENTS TO NEW ROMANIAN CINEMA
AND OFFERS THEM THE UNIQUE
POSSIBILITY TO ATTEND THE 6TH
EDITION OF THE ROMANIAN FILM
FESTIVAL IN SEATTLE AT SIFF CINEMA
UPTOWN (NOVEMBER 15-17) AND MEET
WITH ROMANIAN FILM DIRECTORS AND
ACTORS. TAUGHT IN ENGLISH.

CHID   499  UNDERGRAD IND STDY
 IS   >12807 A  1-5     to be arranged                                                       6/  15E                     
                        FACULTY CODE REQUIRED.                                      
 IS   >12808 B  1-5     to be arranged                                                       1/  15E CR/NC               
                        FACULTY CODE REQUIRED