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For your convenience, this page lists all of the Undergraduate courses being offered for the first time in this term. Please take some time to look through them.

2020-2021 Fall

Subject & Catalog Numbers Title
AAS 339
EGR 339
Black Mirror: Race, Technology, and Justice
AAS 392
ENG 392
GSS 341
Topics in African American Literature: Reading Toni Morrison
AFS 101
Beginning Yoruba I
AMS 317
MTD 321
THR 322
ENG 249
Sondheim's Musicals and the Making of America
AMS 343
ENG 238
Privacy, Publicity, and the Text Message
AMS 406
THR 447
DAN 406
AMS Capstone Seminar: Performance Studies as American Studies
ANT 337
GSS 279
Queer Becomings
ANT 369
AFS 369
Reading Africa: Anthropological Approaches to the Continent
ANT 419
AMS 417
GSS 423
LAS 419
Race, Gender, Empire
ANT 452
SOC 452
ENV 452
Alternative Economies: Before (and after) Growth
ART 385
EAS 385
Art and Power in China
ART 394
NES 384
Arts of the Islamic World
ART 419
LAS 429
Art and Architecture in New Spain (Mexico) 1521-1821
ATL 497
VIS 497
Princeton Atelier: The Art of the Olfactory
ATL 498
THR 498
Princeton Atelier: Maximizing the Minimal
ATL 499
DAN 499
THR 499
VIS 499
Princeton Atelier: Fantasia! Fantasia!: Dance-Theatre-Media
CBE 411
MOL 411
Antibiotics: From Cradle to Grave
CEE 440
Elements of Conceptual Design and Analysis of Structures
CEE 474
Special Topics in Civil and Environmental Engineering: The Climatological, Hydrological & Environmental Footprints of Cities
CHI1002
Introductory Chinese II
CHV 367
POL 475
PHI 368
A Democratic Philosophy
CHV 395
PHI 399
The Ethics of Eating
CLA 232
HLS 232
POL 363
Rhetoric and Politics
CLG 213
Tragic Drama: Helen: Desire and Reality
CLG 310
COM 388
HLS 309
Topics in Greek Literature: Murder, Treason, and Impiety in Ancient Athens
COM 244
NES 254
JDS 244
Jews and Muslims: History and Culture
COM 339
ECS 351
ENG 239
HUM 399
Political Novel and Cinema
COM 441
PHI 441
HUM 441
ENG 281
Saying 'I': First Person Point of View in Literature and Philosophy
COM 442
Ethics and Politics of Pedagogy
COS 333I
Advanced Programming Techniques (Non-credit)
CWR 207
GSS 220
THR 207
Yaass Queen: Gay Men, Straight Women, and the Literature, Art, and Film of Hagdom
CWR 218
Writing and Performance
CWR 311
Embodied Storytelling: Voice, Mediation and Address
DAN 357
AMS 358
THR 357
VIS 357
Are You For Sale? Performance Making, Philanthropy and Ethics
EAS 307
HUM 308
China's Others: Minority Peoples in the Chinese Past and Present
EAS 372
COM 386
Strange Korean Families
ECO 416
Fintech
ENG 206
Making and Remaking Fiction
ENG 229
AMS 229
Introduction to Indigenous Literatures
ENG 353
GSS 424
Melodrama: From Uncle Tom's Cabin to Grey's Anatomy
ENG 354
AAS 354
THR 351
Black Dramatists in the English-Speaking World
ENG 409
THR 410
Topics in Drama: The Antigone Project
ENG 415
JRN 415
COM 446
Topics in Literature and Ethics: Imagining Human Rights
ENG 432
HUM 433
GSS 432
Fashioning the Self, Rendering Others: Literary and Visual Portraiture, 18th C to the Present
FRE 230
ENV 232
Politics and Environment in France
FRE 334
HUM 334
ECS 344
Race in France
FRE 335
COM 365
ECS 347
Laughing with the Other: Humor and Alterity in French and Francophone Modern Literature and Culture
FRE 403
Topics in Francophone Literature, Culture, and History: Slavery and Capitalism in the Francophone World
FRS 103
Graphic America: Comics, Graphic Narrative, and American Culture
FRS 111
Everyday Enchantment: Blurring the Boundary Between the Arts and Life
FRS 119
The Unfinished Work of Art
FRS 131
Sizing Up The Universe
FRS 133
Difficult Art
GER 304
COM 336
Marx, Nietzsche, Freud
GER 324
Topics in Germanic Literatures: Waldeinsamkeit: Nature, Culture, Translation
GHP 413
ENV 413
Planetary Health: A Critical History
GSS 218
AAS 218
The Racialization of Beauty
GSS 219
AAS 219
Race, Gender, Sexuality, and Contemporary States of Unfreedom
HEB 315
Israeli Film and Literature
HIS 397
Medicine and the Mind: A History of Psychiatry from the Asylum to Zoloft
HIS 412
POL 482
ENV 434
Marx and the Marxist Method of Analysis: A Primer for All Disciplines
HIS 419
NES 419
COM 438
Topics in the History of Modern Syria: The Making and Unmaking of Modern Syria
HIS 436
SAS 436
Working Class Lives on the Indian Subcontinent
HIS 440
History of the National Security State
HIS 443
AAS 443
Black Worldmaking: The African Diaspora since 1945
HIS 482
AMS 482
Arab America: Culture, Activism, and Resistance
HIS 495
Alchemy: Art and Science
HUM 328
ENG 270
ART 396
Language to Be Looked At
HUM 335
EAS 376
HIS 334
A Global History of Monsters
HUM 410
VIS 410
ART 496
Inventing Photography
HUM 470
CLA 471
CWR 470
Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities: Ancient Plots, Modern Twists
ITA 401
THR 408
Seminar in Italian Literature and Culture: Modern Italian Theater: Performance, Spectacle, and the Social Scene
JRN 280
The Literature of Fact: Writing About Culture
JRN 441
The McGraw Seminar in Writing: War Reporting Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
LAS 212
ANT 212
Environmental Sovereignties: Indigenous Social Movements in the Americas
LAS 307
JRN 307
COM 371
SPA 374
Journalism, Politics, and Power in Latin America
LAS 308
GHP 308
Health, Education and Work in Latin America
LAS 313
ENV 333
Political Natures: The Politics of Nature and Development in Latin America
LIN 400
Junior Seminar
MTD 333
GSS 228
LAO 321
THR 333
Latinx Musicals on Stage and Screen
MUS 300
Junior Seminar
NES 397
'Global Algeria' in the 20th Century: Beyond France and Fanon
NEU 430
Epigenetics in Neuroscience and Behavior
PHI 372
SPA 393
LAS 372
Latin American Philosophy
PHY 112
Gravity and The Cosmos
POL 311
Multiculturalism: Conflicts Over Diversity in the Modern State
POL 420
AMS 420
AAS 420
Seminar in American Politics: Reading Immigrant Narratives: U.S. Immigration and Integration
POL 441
Seminar in International Relations: Domestic Political Violence
POR 304
LAS 311
Topics in Brazilian Cultural and Social History: Performing Brazilian Culture
PSY 454
COS 454
Probabilistic Models of Cognition
REL 304
CHV 304
Religion and Modern Moral Philosophy
REL 308
MED 316
HUM 313
AAS 340
Christians and Incarceration
RUS 305
Russian Humor
SAS 309
REL 300
Hinduism: Visions and Ideas
SLA 303
ART 330
Seeing Health: Medicine, Literature, and the Visual Arts
SLA 307
Manuscripts Don't Burn: Works of Mikhail Bulgakov
SLA 309
Moscow: City to Myth
SLA 401
Junior Methods Seminar
SOC 318
EAS 378
Contemporary Japanese Society
SOC 350
The Social Meaning of Money
SPA 237
LAS 237
GSS 237
Wildness, Whiteness, and Manliness in Colonial Latin America
SPA 253
Culture in Modern Spain: State, Bodies, and (Glotto) Politics
SPA 345
LAS 345
Topics in Latin American Literature and Ideology: Art, Memory, and Human Rights in Latin America
SPA 388
LAS 358
The Skins of the Film: Latin America and the Politics of Touching
SPA 390
Recent Experiments in Spanish Literature
SPA 391
How to Write a Novel: Fiction Workshop
SPA 395
On the Imagination in Pandemic Times in Contemporary Iberian Cultures
SPA 396
LAS 396
Poetry Matters: Latin American Poets and the Power of Language
VIS 229
Fabric Logics: Textiles as Sculpture
VIS 312
Difficult Pictures
WWS 324
Designing Democracy
WWS 328
Crime and Violence in U.S. Cities
WWS 373
GSS 205
Women, Law and Public Policy
WWS 409
Modern India: Political Economy Since Independence