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Winter Quarter 2022 Time Schedule

COMPARATIVE HISTORY OF IDEAS
(COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES )

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

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Restr   SLN  ID Cred    Meeting Times     Bldg/Rm       Instructor                 Status Enrl/Lim   Grades  Fee Other
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CHID   101  INTRO TO CHID
      >12441 A  2       W      130-320    THO  231      Anderson she.her,Cynthia            17/  18  CR/NC               
                        CHID MAJORS & MINORS ONLY                                   
CONTACT CHID(AT)UW.EDU FOR ADD
CODE

CHID   220  LIT AND SCIENCE(VLPA)
      >12442 A  5       TTh    1030-1220  SMI  304      Handwerk,Gary                       29/  30                J     
                        "LITERATURE & SCIENCE: THE STORIES                          
OF SCIENCE"
(W, VLPA)
THIS CLASS WILL EXAMINE HOW
SCIENCE CIRCULATES ACROSS SOCIETY,
IN PARTICULAR, HOW IT RELIES UPON
STORY FORMS FOR DISSEMINATION.
THE SCIENTIFIC ENTERPRISE EFFECTS
IN THE MODERN WORLD, HOW CITIZENS
AND NON-SCIENTISTS UNDERSTAND ITS
NATURE AND PURPOSES DEEPLY SHAPES
ITS IMPACT. WE WILL LOOK AT TEXTS
ORIENTED TOWARD POPULAR AUDIENCES,
ACROSS SEVERAL DIFFERENT AREAS OF
SCIENCE, CARSON'S SILENT SPRING,
WEART'S DISCOVERY OF GLOBAL
WARMING, WILLIAMS' REFUGE, ALSO
LOOKING BACK TO PORTIONS OF
DARWIN'S ORIGIN OF SPECIES. CLASS
WORK INCLUDES FREQUENT, UNGRADED E
RESPONSES AND SEVERAL SHORT
ANALYTICAL ESSAYS.

CHID   250  SPECIAL TOPICS(I&S)
       12444 A  5       TTh    1030-1220  MGH  288      Childs,M                   Open     19/  20                W     
                        "BLACK SEA ECOLOGIES:  POLITICS,                            
CULTURE, AND THE ENVIRONMENT IN
POST-SOVIET SPACE"
THE BLACK SEA REGION STANDS AT
THE CROSSROADS OF CULTURES,
CONTINENTS, EMPIRES, AND TIME.
POLITICALLY TURBULENT, RICH IN
OIL AND PIPELINES, THE AREA FACES
CHALLENGES OF ALIGNING WITH IDEAS
THAT CARE ABOUT ENVIRONMENTAL
ISSUES, AS THEY PURSUE THE
CAPITALIST PHASE THEY ASPIRED TO
DURING THE SOVIET YEARS. IN
THIS COURSE, WE WILL EXPLORE THE
INTERSECTION OF POLITICS,
CULTURE, AND THE ENVIRONMENT IN
THIS COLONIZED SPACE: WHERE DO
ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES FIGURE IN
STRUGGLING DEMOCRACIES? WHAT ARE
ACTIVISTS ABLE TO DO UNDER
AUTHORITARIAN REGIMES? WHAT DO
INDIGENOUS FOLK TRADITIONS HAVE
TO TEACH ABOUT THE POLITICS OF
CARING FOR OUR ENDANGERED PLANET?
GE REQS: W, I&S
       12446 C  5       MW     330-520    THO  231      Bourgette,Alika            Closed   20/  20                      
                        "ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORIES AND                                
FUTURES OF BLACK AND INDIGENOUS
ABUNDANCE"
NATIVE HAWAIIAN WAYS OF KNOWING,
IN COMMON WITH WORLD VIEWS
CULTIVATED BY BLACK AND INDIGENOUS
POPULATIONS ACROSS THE WORLD,
HIGHLIGHT ABUNDANCE AS A LIFE-
AFFIRMING FRAME BY WHICH
COMMUNITIES ENACT ABOLITION
FUTURES IN THEIR OWN TIME.
       12448 G  5       MW     1230-220   ARC  160      Dwyer,A                    Open     10/  40                      
                        "THE ENVIRONMENTAL HUMANITIES IN                            
THE PUBLIC SPHERE"
(NW, I&S)
THIS COURSE EXPLORES THE WAYS IN
WHICH LIVING AND DYING ARE
DISTRIBUTED UNEVENLY ACROSS LINES
OF HUMAN AND SPECIES DIFFERENCE
WITH THE ADVENT OF CLIMATE CHANGE
AND THE ANTHROPOCENE. BUT IN THE
FACE OF ACCELERATING CHANGES TO
THE ENVIRONMENT, AND IN LIGHT OF
BOTH SHARED AND INCOMMENSURABLE
ATTENDANT VULNERABILITIES, THIS
COURSE WILL ALSO QUERY HOW PUBLIC
PRACTICES OF ENGAGEMENT MIGHT
INTERVENE. IN SO DOING, WE WILL
EXPAND HUMANISTIC UNDERSTANDINGS
OF THE PUBLIC SPHERE. N.B. THIS
COURSE WILL INVOLVE USE OF
SEVERAL DIGITAL TOOLS, MOST
NOTABLY, OMEKA. YOU DO NOT NEED
TO BE TECH-SAVVY, BUT YOU DO NEED
TO BE WILLING.
GE REQS: I&S, NW

CHID   260  RETHINK DIVERSITY(I&S,DIV)
       12449 A  5       TTh    330-520    FSH  108      Taranath,Anu               Open     39/  40                B     
                        "RETHINKING DIVERSITY"                                      
(VLPA, DIVERSITY)
STUDENTS WILL INVESTIGATE THE
MEANINGS AND IMPLICATIONS OF
RACE, GENDER, CLASS, SEXUALITY
AND OTHER SOCIAL DIFFERENCES, AND
DISCUSS HOW IDEAS ABOUT
"DIFFERENCES" AND "DIVERSITY"
PLAY OUT IN SOCIETY, OUR CAMPUS
AND LIVES. COURSE TEXTS WILL BE A
COMBINATION OF SCHOLARLY ESSAYS,
FILMS, CREATIVE NON-FICTION,
SHORT STORIES AND NOVELS. THIS IS
AN INTRODUCTORY COURSE, DESIGNED
TO WELCOME STUDENTS OF ALL MAJORS
AND INTELLECTUAL INTERESTED.

CHID   270  SPECIAL TOPICS(I&S)
       12450 A  5       TTh    1230-220   CMU  120      Diment,Galya               Open      4/   5                WBJ   
                        TOPICS IN RUSSIAN LITERARY AND                              
CULTURAL HISTORY: RUSSIAN CRIME
FICTION
FROM CZARS TO COMRADES AND TO NEW
RUSSIANS, IT'S ALL ABOUT WHO IS
GOOD, WHO IS EVIL, WHO IS UP, WHO I
DOWN, AND OF COURSE, WHO DUNNIT. AL
READINGS, LECTURES, AND DISCUSSIONS
ARE IN ENGLISH.

CHID   390  COLLOQ HIST IDEAS(I&S)Prerequisites
      >12453 B  5       MW     1230-220   MEB  243      Simpson,Caroline C                  14/  20                W     
                        "BAD ART"                                                   
(VLPA, I&S)
WHILE BAD ART IS COMMONLY ASSUMED
TO BE SIMPLY ART LACKING ARTISTIC
SKILL AND COMPLEXITY, THIS COURSE
WILL APPROACH BAD ART AS
SOMETHING MORE THAN A VALUE
SYSTEM. AS A TERM WE WILL TAKE IT
TO REFER TO A HOST OF ACTIVITIES
AND PHENOMENA RIVEN WITH
CONTRADICTIONS AND
MISUNDERSTANDINGS. UNAPPRECIATED
ARTWORKS IN ONE ERA, MAY, GIVEN
THE RIGHT SET OF ECONOMIC AND
POLITICAL CIRCUMSTANCES, BECOME
CELEBRATED AND HIGHLY VALUED IN
ANOTHER PERIOD.

CHID   395  INTERDISC PRAXIS LAB
       12454 B  5       TTh    1030-1220  MGH  085      Garcia,MariaElena          Open      7/  20                %W    
                        "ETHNOGRAPHY OTHERWISE"                                     
THIS COURSE INVITES STUDENTS TO
CRITICALLY EXPLORE AND CONDUCT
ETHNOGRAPHIC RESEARCH. WE BEGIN
WITH CONVERSATIONS ABOUT RESEARCH
HISTORIES AND ETHICS, FOCUSING ON
THE COLONIAL FOUNDATIONS OF
ANTHROPOLOGY AND RELATED
DISCIPLINES. WE THEN CONSIDER
ALTERNATIVE/DECOLONIAL RESEARCH
PRACTICES, AND EXPLORE MULTIPLE
FORMS OF ETHNOGRAPHIC ENGAGEMENT,
SUCH AS MULTISPECIES, SENSORIAL,
AND MULTI-MODAL WORK. WITH
FACULTY GUIDANCE AND PEER
SUPPORT, STUDENTS WILL HAVE THE
OPPORTUNITY TO EXPERIENCE
DIFFERENT FORMS OF ETHNOGRAPHIC
PRACTICE, AND TO WORK
INDIVIDUALLY AND COLLABORATIVELY
ON A FINAL PROJECT.
GE REQUIREMENTS: W, I&S

CHID   399  INTERNSHIP
       22148 A  5       to be arranged    *    *                                   Open      0/  10                      

CHID   419  DISABILITY IN ARTS(VLPA/I&S,DIV)
       21855 A  5       TWThF  1030-1120  ECE  037                                 Closed    5/   5                BJ    
                        COURSE TAUGHT IN HYBRID FORMAT.                             
CONTACT INSTRUCTOR FOR DETAILS.

CHID   430  TOPIC DISABILITY ST (I&S)
       12456 A  5       MW     130-320    MEB  234      Woiak,Joanne               Open      7/   8                J     

CHID   480  ADV SPECIAL TOPICS(I&S)
       12462 A  5       MW     1230-220   CLK  219      Lucero,Jose Antonio        Open     17/  20                W     
                        "UPSIDE DOWN THINKING WITH THE                              
GLOBAL SOUTH"
(W, I&S)
IN THINKING ABOUT GLOBAL, POST-
IMPERIAL POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC
PROJECTS IN AFRICA, THE AMERICAS,
ASIA, AND THE MIDDLE EAST, THIS
SEMINAR PROVIDES A CRITICAL
INTRODUCTION TO DEBATES OVER
NATION, STATE, DEVELOPMENT, AND
GLOBALIZATION. STUDENTS WILL
EXPLORE "MODERNITY" AS A SET OF
INTELLECTUAL, CULTURAL,
POLITICAL, AND ECONOMIC PROJECTS
THAT HAVE CREATED NEW HORIZONS OF
PROSPERITY AND TREMENDOUS
SUFFERING.
       12463 B  5       MW     830-1020   MGH  288      Rivera,Isaac               Open     10/  20                W     
                        "ABOLITION GEOGRAPHIES"                                     
GE REQ: I&S, W
THIS COURSE FOREGROUNDS ABOLITION
GEOGRAPHIES AS A PLACE-BASED
PRACTICE AIMED AT SPATIALIZING
THE PRESENCE OF COLLECTIVE-SOCIAL
LIFE. BY EXPLORING A RANGE OF
PLACE SPECIFIC STRUGGLES FOR
ABOLITION, INCLUDING FROM THE
BLACK RADICAL TRADITION AND THE
AMERICAN INDIAN MOVEMENT, THIS
CLASS INTRODUCES STUDENTS TO
LIFE-AFFIRMING PRACTICE OF
ABOLITION.

CHID   491  SENIOR THESIS(I&S)Prerequisites
      >12465 A  5       T      230-520    MGH  082A     Barr,Nicolaas P.                    16/  25                      
                        "CHID THESIS"                                               

(CHID MAJORS ONLY) CONTACT
CHID[AT]UW.EDU FOR ADD CODE.
 IS   >12466 B  5       to be arranged                                                       0/  10E                     

CHID   492  SENIOR THESIS(I&S)
 IS   >12467 A  5       to be arranged                                                       4/  10E                     

CHID   493  SENIOR THESIS(I&S)
 IS   >12468 A  5       to be arranged                                                       8/  10E                     

CHID   496  FOCUS GROUPS
       12469 A  2       W      130-320    SWS  125      Thurtle,Phillip S          Closed   12/  12  CR/NC               
                        MAKING IDEAS ACTIONABLE WITH                                
DECENTRALIZED BLOCKCHAIN COMMUNITIE
       12470 B  2       F      430-620P   DEN  110      Thurtle,Phillip S          Open      5/  12  CR/NC               
                        DISSING MEDIA: WE WILL PAIR MODERN                          
REPRESENTATIONS OF DISABILITY IN
DIGITAL MEDIA WITH THE WORK OF MODE
DISABILITY ACTIVISTS TO
DISSECT HOW THESE DEPICTIONS CONNEC
TO OUR PERCEPTIONS AND HOW THOSE
PERCEPTIONS TRANSLATE INTO ACTIONS.
       12471 C  2       Th     1030-1220  PDL  C101     Schweigert,Val             Open      8/  12  CR/NC               
                         QUEERING CINEMA: AN INTERSECTIONAL                         
ANALYSIS OF QUEERNESS AND QUEER COD
IN FILM THAT WILL UTILIZE THE
PERSPECTIVES OF NARRATIVE BUILDING,
STORYTELLING, CINEMATOGRAPHY, AND
QUEER THEORY

CHID   497  PEER FACILITATORS
 IS   >12472 A  5       to be arranged                                                       0/  10                      
 IS   >12473 B  5       to be arranged                                                       0/  10  CR/NC               

CHID   498  SPECIAL COLLOQUIA(I&S)
       12474 A  1-5     MW     130-320    LOW  102      Pauwels,Heidi R            Open      1/   5                WJ    
                        GENDER AND THE HINDU GODDESS                                
EXPLORES IMPLICATIONS OF THE
PERCEPTION OF A FEMININE DIVINE
FOR
GENDER ISSUES IN SOUTH ASIA.
INCLUDES HISTORICAL OVERVIEW OF
GODDESS WORSHIP IN SOUTH ASIA,
MYTHOLOGIES, PHILOSOPHICAL
SYSTEMS,
CULTS, AND RITUALS ASSOCIATED WITH
THE MAJOR GODDESSES, THE PHENOMENA
OF SUTTEE, GODDESS POSSESSION, AND
WOMEN'S GODDESS RITUALS AT THE
VILLAGE LEVEL.
GE REQ: VLPA, DIV

CHID   499  UNDERGRAD IND STDY
 IS   >12475 A  1-5     to be arranged                                                       2/  15E                     
                        CHID INDEPENDENT STUDY                                      
 IS   >12476 B  1-5     to be arranged                                                       0/  15E CR/NC               
                        CHID INDEPENDENT STUDY