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Course Change List (Cumulative)

Courses Added and Dropped from the Curriculum 2014 – 2015

The following new courses have been approved by the Curriculum and Calendar Committee during the 2014-2015 Academic Year (see below for courses added and dropped in 2014 – 2015).

AA/RH 244. Race and Mid-Century Media. One-time offering. Claudia Calhoun.

INDS 258: American Minority Religions: Goddesses, Guns and Gurus. One-time offering. Megan Goodwin.

RHET 391H. The American West. One-time offering. Claudia Calhoun.

The following courses have been approved to be cross-listed by the Curriculum and Calendar Committee during the 2014-2015 Academic Year.

SOC 395I. Gender and Family. Emily Kane. (Cross-listed as SO/WS 395I)

SPAN 232. Gender, Sexuality, and Popular Culture in the Hispanophone Caribbean. Matthew Pettway (Cross-listed as SP/WS)

The following course(s) have been provisionally approved to be reinstated by the Curriculum and Calendar Committee during the 2014-2015 Academic Year.

ENG 275. English Novel I. Lillian Nayder.

2013 – 2014

The following new courses have been approved by the Curriculum and Calendar Committee during Short Term of 2013 and the 2013-2014 Academic Year.

AA/AC 375. Curatorial Studies and Contemporary Culture. Myron Beasley, Aimee Bessire.

ANTH 125. Critical Perspectives on Sport and Society. One-time offering. Josh Rubin.
ANTH 214. Popular Culture in Africa. One time offering. Josh Rubin.
ANTH 218. Language in Culture and Society. One-time offering. Britt Halvorson.
ANTH s22. Art, Power, and Politics. One-time offering. Josh Rubin.

AS/CI 222. Transnational Chinese Cinema. One-time offering. Shuqin Cui.

AS/JA s20. Envisioning the Human Future in Japanese Anime. Normally offered each year. Hisaaki Wake.
AS/JA s23. Japanese Popular Culture in the Age of Globalization. Normally offered each year. Hisaaki Wake.

AV/WS 299. Gender in African Art. Normally offered every other year. Aimee Bessire.

BIO 122. Biology, Poetry, and Inheritance. One-time offering. Donald Kimmel.
BI/ES 252. Urban Ecology. One-time offering. Lea Johnson.
BIO 321. Cellular Biochemistry. Normally offered each year. Nancy Kleckner, Stephanie Richards.
BIO s32. The Ecology and Evolutionary Biology of the Galapagos Archipelago. Normally offered every other year. Larissa Williams.

BSAV 006. The European Union. One-time offering. (Bates Fall Semester Abroad Vienna program). Áslaug Ásgeirsdóttir.

CHEM s11. The Natural Science of Honeybees. Normally offered every other year. Paula Schlax.

DANC s32. Building a Dance Practice. Normally offered every other year. Rachel Boggia.

ECON s25. Latin American Economies. Normally offered every other year. Alejandro Dellachiesa.

ED/SO s51A: Innovations in Teaching and Learning: Community Organizing. One-time offering. Mara Tieken.

ENG 105. 9/11 in Literature and Film. Normally offered every other year. Eden Osucha.
ENG 344. Chaucer and His Context. Normally offered every other year. New course beginning Winter 2015. Sylvia Federico.

ENVR 450. Environmental Writing in the Public Sphere. Normally offered each year. Misty Beck

EU/GR s21. Weimar and Berlin: German Culture in European Context. Normally offered every other year. Raluca Cernahoschi and Jakub Kazecki.

EU/HI 206. The Empire Strikes Back; Or, the Ends of European Empires in the Twentieth Century. Normally Offered Every Other Year. Caroline Shaw.

EU/SP 351. Iberian Modernisms: Modernity, Literature and Crisis in Portugal and Spain. Normally offered every other year. David George.

EXDS S15A. Short Term Practicum: Graphic Design. One-time offering. Brandy Gibbs-Riley.
EXDS s15B. Short Term Practicum: Health Care Administration. One-time offering. Shannon Banks.
EXDS s15C. Short Term Practicum: Social Change Organizing and Advocacy. One-time offering. Craig Saddlemire, Sarah Standiford, Aditi Vaidya.
EXDS s15D. Short Term Practicum: Digital Innovation. One time offering. Ben Schippers, Will Schenk.
EXDS s19. Introduction to Computer Science and Programming with C++. One-time
offering. Catherine Buell.
EXDS s30: Grant Writing. Normally offered each year. Robert Strong.

FRE s24. Cooking Up French Culture. Normally Offered Every Other Year. Mary Rice-DeFosse.

FYS 427. Ecopsychology: The Human-Nature Relationship. Laura Sewell.
FYS 428. Nature and the Natural in Eighteenth-Century Literature. Nick Valvo.
FYS 429. Thinking and Feeling. Lauren Ashwell.
FYS 430. U.S. Literature and Culture in the 1940s. Steven Dillon.
FYS 431. What’s for Dinner? Larissa Williams.
FYS 432. Disney Demystified: Race, Gender and Sexuality in “The Magic Kingdom.” Elizabeth Eames.
FYS 433. Rack Focus: Europe. Dennis Browne.
FYS 434. Remaking Movies: Art, History, and Politics. Jonathan Cavallero.
FYS 435. The Soft Power of Pop Culture: An Introduction to Japanese Visual Cultures. Colleen Laird.
FYS 436. Seven Deadly Sins. Darby Ray.
FYS 437. What is Performance? Carol Dilley.
FYS 438. Animats, Minds, and Mobots. William Seeley.
FYS 439. Defining Difference: How China and the U.S. Think about Racial Diversity. Nathan Faries.
FYS 440. Roots of Nonviolence. Stacy Smith.
FYS 441. Volcanic Science. Genevieve Robert.
FYS 442 Shaking It Out: Writing and Critiquing Personal Narratives. Jessica Anthony

GER 350. Margins and Migrations. Normally offered every other year. Raluca Cernahoschi.
GER s15. Intensive German for Beginners. Normally offered every other year. Jakub Kazecki and Raluca Cernahoschi.

GR/RU 220. Remembering War: The Great War, Memory and Remembrance in Europe. Normally offered every other year. Jakub Kazecki.

HI/RE 220. Race and Religion in the Early Modern Iberian World. One-time offering. Libby Nutting.
HIST 226. Genocide in Our Time. One-time offering. Abraham Peck.
HI/WS 212. Gender and Knowledge from the Renaissance to the Present. Normally offered every other year. Lydia Barnett

HIST s10. Web World 1.0: A Short History of Humanity. Normally offered each year. Dennis Grafflin.

INDS 115. Bates Science Fellows. Normally offered each year. Stephanie Richards.
INDS 116. Bates Science Fellows. Normally offered each year. Stephanie Richards.
INDS 338. Race, Sport, and American Life. One-time offering. Josh Rubin.
INDS s29. Gender, Sexuality, and Violence: The College Campus and Beyond. Normally offered each year. Heather Lindkvist

LS/SP s21. Human Rights and Social Art in Latin America: the Case of Nogales, Mexico. One-time offering. Claudia Aburto-Guzmán

MATH 379. Abstract Algebra II. Normally offered every other year. Peter Wong.
MATH 395L. The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra. Normally offered every other year. Peter Wong.
MATH s45Q. p-adic Numbers. One-time offering. Adriana Salerno.
MATH s45R. Introduction to Geometric Group Theory. Normally offered every other year. Peter Wong.

MU/PY 395. Junior-Senior Seminar in Musicology: Music and the Mind. James Parakilas.
MUS s29. Leaving Downtown: Minimal Music Beyond The New York School. One-time offering. Scott Ordway.

NS/PY s51A: Innovations in Teaching and Learning: Computational Neuroscience. One-time offering. Jason Castro.

PHIL 237. Computational Modeling, Intelligence, and Intelligent Systems. Normally offered every other year. William Seeley
PHIL 268. Capitalism and Its Critics. One-time offering. Paul Schofield
PHIL 310. Buddhist Philosophy. Normally offered every other year. David Cummiskey.
PHIL 321H. Computational Modeling: Autonomous Robots and Embodied Cognition. Normally offered every other year. William Seeley.
PHIL s32. Teaching Philosophy: Course Design and Classroom Instruction. One-time offering. Paul Schofield.

PLTC 165. Introduction to African Politics and Society. One-time offering. Jeffrey Paller.
PLTC 236. The Global Politics of Climate Change. Normally offered every other year. James Richter.
PLTC 334. Political Economy of Natural Resources. One-time offering. Alero Akporiaye.
PLTC 342. Cities, Slums, and Democracy. One-time offering. Jeffrey Paller.

PSYC 357. Computational Approaches in Neuroscience. Normally offered each year. Jason Castro.
PSYC s39. Development in Malawi. Normally Offered Every Other Year. Georgia Nigro.
PSYC s51A: Innovations in Teaching and Learning: Pedagogical Explorations in Statistics. One-time offering. Amy Douglass.

RHET 120. Introduction to Screen Studies . Normally offered every year. Jonathan Cavallero
RHET 220. Constructions of Italian-American Men and Masculinities. Normally offered every other year. Jonathan Cavallero.
RHET 240. Film Theory. Normally offered every year. Jonathan Cavallero.
RHET 391F. Bollywood. J. Cavallero.RHET s22. Archival Research in Film and Television: The Cinema of John Ford. Normally offered every other year. Jonathan Cavallero.
RHET 391G. Immigration and Meda. Normally offered every other year. Jonathan Cavallero.
RHET s51A: Innovations in Teaching and Learning: Presidential Campaign Rhetoric. One-time offering. Stephanie Kelley-Romano.

RUSS s51A: Innovations in Teaching and Learning: Multi-Level Language Instruction. One-time offering. Dennis Browne.

SOC 201. Crime, Justice, and Society. Normally offered every other year. Michael Rocque.
SOC 223. Sociology of Culture. One-time offering. Ben Moodie.
SOC s23. Moral Luck and Tragedy. One-time offering. Ben Moodie.

SPAN 232. Gender, Sexuality in Caribbean. Normally offered every other year. Michael Pettway.

THEA 222. The Modern Stage: Beckett to the Present. Martin Andrucki.
THEA 340. Theories of Drama: Theater and Film. Martin Andrucki.

The following reinstated courses have been approved by the Curriculum and Calendar Committee during the 2013-2014 Academic Year.

CHEM 328. Organometallics. Ryan Nelson.
ECON 223. Law and Economics. James Hughes.
EDUC 235 Teaching in the Sciences. Staff.

The following courses have been provisionally approved to be cross-listed by the Curriculum and Calendar Committee during the 2013-2014 Academic Year.

ASIA 110. East Asia between Tradition and Modernity. Paul Eason. (Cross-listed as AS/HI 110)

ENG 255. Black Poetry. Theri Pickens. (Cross-listed as AA/EN 255)
ENG 39T. African American Literary Issues and Criticism. Theri Pickens. (Cross-listed as AA/EN 395T)

HIST 214. Haiti to Hitler and Beyond: Histories of Race in Modern Europe. (Cross-listed as EU/HI 214)

PLTC 245. Democracy in the State and in the Home. Leslie Hill. (Cross-listed as PT/WS 245)

The following courses have been provisionally approved to be renumbered by the Curriculum and Calendar Committee during the 2013-2014 Academic Year.

MATH 225. Number Theory. Adriana Salerno. (also MATH s45N)

The following courses have been removed from the curriculum during the 2013-2014 Academic Year.

African American Studies 390F
American Cultural Studies/English 395C
Anthropology 125, 214, 218, s22
Asian Studies s24, s29
Asian Studies/Japanese 216, s23, s27
Asian Studies/Chinese 222
Astronomy/Geology 115
Art and Visual Culture 205, 215A, 215B, 293
Art and Visual Culture/Classical and Medieval Studies 376C, s23
Art and Visual Culture/Religious Studies 244
Art and Visual Culture/Women and Gender Studies 375
Biology 119, 122, 320, 323, 365F, 471, 475, s27, s29, s39
Biology/Environmental Studies 252
Chemistry 103, 105, 240
Chinese 421, s24
Classical and Medieval Studies 200, 205
Classical and Medieval Studies/English 395E
Classical and Medieval Studies/History 253, 390I
Dance 351
Dance/Theater 270T, 270V
Economics 243, 321, 349, 350, s21
Education 250, s19
English 121A, 121R, 121S, 229, s13, s18
Environmental Studies s26, s38
French and Francophone Studies s33
Geology 381, s19
Geology/Physics 120
History 230, 234, 390P, 390S, s18, s40
History/Politics 237, 390V
Interdisciplinary Studies 257, s12, s29
Mathematics 220, 355C, s45P
Music s29
Philosophy 274, 321D, s17
Politics 252, 253, 348, s29
Politics/Women and Gender Studies 220
Psychology 320, 333, 399, s19, s29
Religious Studies 206, 264
Religious Studies/Women and Gender Studies s20
Rhetoric 185, 186, 257, 276
Sociology 116, 265, 395I, 395J, s20
Spanish s20, s30
Theater/Women and Gender Studies 264