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Autumn Quarter 2022 Time Schedule

CENTER FOR THE HUMANITIES
(COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES )

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

HUM   101  HUMANITIES FIRST(VLPA)
NO AUDITORS
Restr  16568 A  3       MW     1130-1220  THO  135      Stroup,Sarah               Open     19/  50                %     
                        FOR OTHER INQUIRIES ON COURSE                               
REGISTRATION, CONTACT HAS-
CENTER@UW.EDU
THIS IS A TEAM TAUGHT COURSE; THE
INSTRUCTORS FOR FALL 2022 ARE ADAIR

ROUNTHEWAITE, ANU TARANATH, AND
EDUARDO VIANA DA SILVA.
Restr  16569 AA  QZ     F      230-320    MGH  074      Ahmad,Hamza                Open     12/  25                %     
Restr  16570 AB  QZ     F      1030-1120  CDH  105      Ahmad,Hamza                Open      7/  25                %     
Restr  16571 B  3       MW     1130-1220  GLD  435      Stroup,Sarah               Open     13/  50                %     
                        FOR OTHER INQUIRIES ON COURSE                               
REGISTRATION, CONTACT HAS-
CENTER@UW.EDU
THIS IS A TEAM TAUGHT COURSE; THE
INSTRUCTORS FOR FALL 2022 ARE ADAIR

ROUNTHEWAITE, ANU TARANATH, AND
EDUARDO VIANA DA SILVA.
Restr  16572 BA  QZ     F      930-1020   SAV  162      Eftimov,Taylor             Open      3/  25                %     
Restr  16573 BB  QZ     F      230-330    MGH  248      Eftimov,Taylor             Open     10/  25                %     
Restr  16574 C  3       MW     1130-1220  HRC  145      Stroup,Sarah               Open     14/  50                %     
                        FOR OTHER INQUIRIES ON COURSE                               
REGISTRATION, CONTACT HAS-
CENTER@UW.EDU
THIS IS A TEAM TAUGHT COURSE; THE
INSTRUCTORS FOR FALL 2022 ARE ADAIR

ROUNTHEWAITE, ANU TARANATH, AND
EDUARDO VIANA DA SILVA.
Restr  16575 CA  QZ     F      1030-1120  CDH  141      Trippel,Sheehan Elizabeth  Open     13/  25                %     
      >16576 CB  QZ     F      230-320    MGH  082A     Trippel,Sheehan Elizabeth            1/  25                %     
                        FIRST-YEAR INTEREST GROUPS (FIGS)                           
ONLY, QUESTIONS VISIT
FYP.WASHINGTON.EDU/EXTRASEATS

HUM   208  HUMANITIES NEXTPrerequisites (cancellation in effect)
      >23073 A  1       to be arranged    *    *                                             4/  20  CR/NC         %     
                        CREDIT/NO CREDIT                                            
ADD CODE REQUIRED
MEETING DATES AND TIMES: TBD.
CONTACT INSTRUCTORS FOR DETAILS.
INTRODUCES STUDENTS WHO HAVE
COMPLETED THE THREE-COURSE SERIES
OF HUMANITIES FIRST TO THE BASIC
TECHNIQUES OF PUBLIC HUMANITIES
OUTREACH AND COMMUNICATION, AS
WELL AS TO THE LEADERSHIP SKILLS
AND STRATEGIES INVOLVED IN ON-
CAMPUS PEER MENTORSHIP WITH
INCOMING FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS
ENROLLED IN HUMANITIES FIRST.

HUM   596  HUMANITIES RSCH SEM
      >16578 A  2       to be arranged                  Groves,Jason                         0/  10  CR/NC               
                        HANAUER SEMINAR. OPEN TO HANAUER                            
FELLOWS WITH ENTRY CODE ONLY.
CONTACT INSTRUCTOR, HANAUER
PROFESSOR WILKE
(WILKE@UW.EDU) FOR ENTRY CODE.
      >16579 B  1       to be arranged                                                       0/   5  CR/NC               

HUM   597  SPEC TOPICS IN HUM
      >16580 A  1       to be arranged                  Levin-Richardson,Sarah              20/  15  CR/NC               
                        BEAUTIFUL EXPERIMENTS:                                      
THE INFLUENCE
OF SAIDIYA HARTMAN.
FRIDAY OCTOBER 7, 14, 21 FROM 3:30-
4:20PM, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 26 TBD,
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4 FROM 3:30-4:20PM.
MEETING LOCATION: SIMPSON CENTER FO
THE HUMANITIES, CMU 202.
       16581 B  1       to be arranged                                             Open      2/  15  CR/NC               
Restr  16582 C  1       to be arranged                                             Open      0/  12  CR/NC