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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
      >12703 A  2       W      1130-1220  PDL  C101     Lucero,Jose Antonio                 17/  25  CR/NC               
                        "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 (SSc,DIV)
       12705 A  5       WF     1030-1220  THO  325      Barr,Nicolaas P.           Open     28/  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. NO NONMATRCS.

CHID   210  UNIV-WAYS OF LEARN(SSc)
       12707 A  5       MW     1030-1220  DEN  112      Lucero,Jose Antonio        Open     37/  40                      
                        THE IDEA OF THE UNIVERSITY - WAYS                           
OF LEARNING, EXPLORING, AND KNOWING
(I&S)
-
IS THE UNIVERSITY A REFUGE, A SITE
OF DISCIPLINE, OR AN EXTENSION OF
THE SYSTEMS OF COLONIALISM,
CAPITALISM, AND STATE? IS IT ALL OF

THEM? CAN IT BE SOMETHING ELSE?
THIS COURSE EXAMINES THE UNIVERSITY

AS SIMULTANEOUSLY A CRIME SCENE, A
SITE FOR HEALING, AND A PLACE OF
TRANSFORMATION.

CHID   230  INTRO DISABILITY ST (SSc,DIV)
       12708 A  5       MW     1000-1120  MGH  241      Woiak,Joanne               Closed   21/  21                BJ    
                        INTRODUCTION TO DISABILITY STUDIES                          
       12709 AA  QZ     TTh    930-1020   MGH  287      Mora,Johanna               Closed    7/   7                J     
                        INTRO TO DISABILITY STUDIES QUIZ                            
       12710 AB  QZ     TTh    1030-1120  MGH  287      Mora,Johanna               Closed    7/   7                J     
                        INTRODUCTION TO DISABILITY STUDIES                          
QUIZ
       12711 AC  QZ     TTh    1130-1220  MGH  287      Thibault,Ronnie            Closed    7/   7                J     
                        INTRODUCTION TO DISABILITY STUDIES                          
QUIZ
      >12712 AD  QZ     TTh    1230-120   MGH  287      Thibault,Ronnie                      0/   0                J     
                        INTRODUCTION TO DISABILITY STUDIES                          
QUIZ
QUIZ SECTION AD FOR DIS ST MAJORS &
MINORS ONLY. CHID STUDENTS SHOULD
REGISTER FOR AA, AB, AC INSTEAD.

CHID   250  SPECIAL TOPICS(SSc)
       12718 A  5       WF     830-1020   MGH  058      Weatherford,AM             Closed   20/  20                J     
                        "UNDERWORLD POETICS"                                        
(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.

CHID   335  SEX & DISABILITY(SSc,DIV)
      >12735 A  5       T      930-1120   CMU  B006     Woiak,Joanne                        12/  10                %BJ   
                        Th     930-1120   *    *        
                        ADD CODE REQUIRED                                           
EMAIL JOANNE WOIAK FOR
ADD CODE.
JWOIAK@UW.EDU
COURSE WILL BE TAUGHT
IN HYBRID FORMAT.

CHID   370  CLTRL IMPACT TECH(A&H/SSc)
       12736 A  5       MW     130-320    GLD  322      Rahman,Anis                Closed    5/   5                J     
       12737 AA  QZ     F      930-1020   MGH  253                                 Closed    2/   2                      
       12738 AB  QZ     F      1030-1120  SAV  141                                 Closed    1/   1                      
       12739 AC  QZ     F      1130-1220  MGH  255                                 Closed    1/   1                      
       12740 AD  QZ     F      1230-120   MGH  255                                 Closed    1/   1                      

CHID   390  COLLOQ HIST IDEAS(SSc)Prerequisites
      >12742 A  5       TTh    1030-1220  PDL  C101     Garcia,M                            12/  20                B     
                        "THE POLITICS OF LIFE"                                      
(W, I&S 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
       12743 B  5       to be arranged                                             Closed    0/   0                      

CHID   395  INTERDISC PRAXIS LAB
       12744 A  5       MW     830-1020   SAV  132      Taranath,Anu               Open      7/  20                %     
                        "HOW TO WRITE ABOUT OURSELVES AND                           
OTHERS"
(VLPA)
-
JOIN US AS WE DELVE INTO THE
POLITICS, PRACTICES AND
PECULIARITIES OF WRITING ABOUT
ONESELF AND OTHERS. WE'LL DISCUSS
THE WAYS THAT GENRES INFLUENCE HOW
WE WRITE ABOUT WHOM, AND WHAT WE
FEEL WE CAN OR CAN'T SAY AND WHY.
WE WILL ALSO READ EXAMPLES OF HOW
DIFFERENT AUTHORS THREAD TOGETHER
THEIR VARIOUS IDENTITIES AND
EXPERIENCES ON THE PAGE. THIS IS A
PRAXIS CLASS WHICH MEANS WE WILL
EXAMINE HOW SPECIFIC AUTHORS
NAVIGATE THESE ISSUES, AND ALSO
PRACTICE DOING SO OURSELVES IN OUR
WRITING.
       12745 B  5       to be arranged                                             Closed    0/   0                %     

CHID   399  INTERNSHIP
      >12746 A  5       to be arranged                                                       0/  15  CR/NC               
                        CHID INTERNSHIP                                             

CHID   444  EYE + MIND(A&H/SSc/NSc)
      >12749 A  5       TTh    230-420    THO  202      Thurtle,Phillip S                   27/  25                      
                        "EYE + MIND: ART, SCIENCE, AND                              
PERCEPTION"
(VLPA, I&S, NW)
-
INVESTIGATES LIFE AS AN EMERGENT
PHENOMENON ACROSS THE DISCIPLINES
OF BIOPHILOSOPHY, ART, ART HISTORY,
LITERARY CRITICISM, AND INFORMATION
STUDIES WITH AN EMPHASIS ON
INTERDISCIPLINARY METHODS.
ADDRESSES KEY ISSUES IN
PHENOMENOLOGY, SOCIAL THEORY,
CONTEMPORARY BIOART, AND COMPLEXITY
STUDIES.
CONTACT PROFESSOR FOR AN ADD CODE

CHID   459  NARRATIVE JOURNALISM(A&H/SSc)
       12750 A  5       TTh    930-1120   MEB  102      Underwood,D                Closed    5/   5                J     

CHID   480  ADV SPECIAL TOPICS(SSc)
       12758 B  5       TTh    1230-220   DEN  110      Childs,Mary E              Closed   15/  15                J     
                        "BEYOND THE ANTHROPOCENE:                                   
PERMACULTURE AND POETRY" (W, VLPA,
NW)
-
THIS INVITES CONSTRUCTIVE
ENGAGEMENT WITH THE CLIMATE CRISIS
THROUGH AGRICULTURE AND POETRY.
READING WORKS OF LEAH PENNIMAN,
CAMILLE DUNGY, WENDELL BERRY AND
OTHERS, WE WILL EXPLORE THE
INTERSECTIONS BETWEEN THE
HUMANITIES AND SUSTAINABLE
PRACTICES. BY WORKING THE LAND,
CONSIDERING THE PLANTS THAT SUSTAIN

US, AND EXPERIMENTING WITH
LANGUAGE, WE WILL IMAGINE MODES OF
BEING IN THE WORLD THAT MAY HELP US

NAVIGATE THE CRISIS.

CHID   485  COMPAR COLONIALISM(SSc,DIV)
       12760 A  5       to be arranged    *    *        Rafael,Vicente L.          Closed   20/  20                WJA   
                        DISTANCE LEARNING - TBD                                     

CHID   491  SENIOR THESIS(SSc)Prerequisites
      >12762 A  5       W      1230-320   MGH  284      Dwyer,Annie                          8/  20                      
                        SENIOR PROJECT                                              
-
THIS COURSE WILL LAY THE GROUNDWORK
FOR YOUR CAPSTONE PROJECT IN CHID.
BY THE END OF THE QUARTER YOU WILL
HAVE A SOLID PROJECT PROPOSAL, AN
ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OR AN
ALTERNATIVE SET OF NOTES ON A
SIGNIFICANT AMOUNT OF INDIVIDUAL
READING & RESEARCH, A SKELETON
DRAFT, AND A WORK PLAN FOR THE
FOLLOWING QUARTER(S).
 IS   >12763 B  5       to be arranged                                                       2/  10E                     

CHID   492  SENIOR THESIS(SSc)
 IS   >12764 A  5       to be arranged                                                       3/  10E                     
                        FACULTY CODE REQUIRED.                                      

CHID   493  SENIOR THESIS(SSc)
 IS   >12765 A  5       to be arranged                                                       5/  10E                     
                        FACULTY CODE REQUIRED.                                      

CHID   495  CLOSE READINGS(SSc)
       12766 A  5       TTh    1230-220   RAI  121      Diment,Galya               Open      0/   2                J     
                        "RUSSIAN BIG BOOKS: DOSTOEVSKY'S                            
DEMONS"
OFFERED JOINTLY WITH RUSS 340 A
       12767 B  1-5     to be arranged                                             Closed    0/   0                      

CHID   496  FOCUS GROUPS
       12768 A  2       F      1230-220   PDL  C101     Thurtle,Phillip S          Open      3/  12  CR/NC               
                        THE INTERCONNECTEDNESS OF ART, CULT                         
AND NATION
THIS FOCUS GROUP LOOKS INTO THE STU
OF ARTS, PHILOSOPHY AND AESTHETICS
WITH AN EMPHASIS ON PERSIAN ART,
HISTORY, HERITAGE AND CULTURE, AND
INTERRELATIONS.
       12769 B  2       F      230-420    SIG  226      Lucero,Jose Antonio        Open      4/  12  CR/NC               
                        ETHICS, EQUITY, AND RECONCILIATION:                         
WE WILL EXPLORE ISSUES OF
MARGINALIZATION, REPRESENTATION, AN
JUSTICE IN TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE AND
HISTORICAL REDRESS PROCESSES VIA A
COMBINATION OF SOURCES, E.G.
PHILOSOPHICAL AND HISTORICAL WORKS,
TRUTH COMMISSION REPORTS, FICTION,
FILM
       12771 D  2       M      1100-1250  *    *        Schweigert,Val             Open      4/  12  CR/NC               
                        EXPLORING REPRESENTATIONS OF GENDER                         
AND SEXUALITY IN POP CULTURE

CHID   497  PEER FACILITATORS
      >12772 A  5       to be arranged                                                       0/   8  CR/NC               
                        PEER FACILITATORS FOR CHID 222                              
      >12773 B  5       to be arranged                                                       0/  10                      
                        PEER FACILITATORS FOR CHID 222                              

CHID   498  SPECIAL COLLOQUIA(SSc)
       12774 A  5       to be arranged                                             Open      0/  25                      
                        CLIT 371: ROMANIAN LIT                                      
       12775 B  1-5     TTh    230-420    THO  234      Marin,Ileana               Open      0/   5                J     

CHID   499  UNDERGRAD IND STDY
 IS   >12776 A  1-5     to be arranged                                                       0/  15E                     
                        FACULTY CODE REQUIRED.                                      
 IS   >12777 B  1-5     to be arranged                                                       0/  15E CR/NC               
                        FACULTY CODE REQUIRED