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Department of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies Course Offering

THE DEPARTMENT of GENDER, WOMEN, and SEXUALITY STUDIES INSTRUCTION is offering a course for Spring 2015 taught by Samantha Poindexter. GWSS 1005 Engaging Justice is an undergraduate course designed to introduce students to international social justice movements and strategies for political organizing. Click GWSS 1005 Engaging Justice.pdf for more information.

Department of Communication Studies course offering for Spring 2015, Emotion and Communication

THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATION STUDIES is offering a course for Spring 2015 taught by Professor Susanne Jones. COMM 8403/IRel 8360: Emotion and Communication is designed to allow the student to critically examine social scientific research and theory on emotion in interpersonal relationships. Click COMM8403.IRel8360.S15.docx for more information.

Department of Sociology Course Offering, Global Migrations SeminarSpring 2015

THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY is offering a course for Spring 2015 taught by Professor Cawo Abdi. SOC 8390 An Interdisciplinary Approach to Global Migrations is designed to have the students tackle issues related to migration from a variety of disciplinary. Click GlobalMigrationGradCourseSpring2015.pdf for more information.

Department of Curriculum and Instruction

THE DEPARTMENT OF CURRICULUM and INSTRUCTION is offering a course for Spring 2015 taught by Dr. Marek Oziewicz. CI 5402, Research in Special Collections: The Kerlan is a seminar open to undergraduate and graduate students who want to develop a research project based in Children's Literature. Click Kerlan Course 2015.pdf for more information

THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY is offering a weekly seminar for Spring 2015: SOC 8790 Religion and Society: Sociological Approaches. Click 8790EdgellFlyer (1)(1).pdf for more information.

The Graduate School Professional Development Workshops

THE GRADUATE SCHOOL is offering two professional development workshops for graduate students: Strategic Mentoring for the Interdisciplinary Graduate Student and Leading with Emotional Intelligence. Click here and here for more information about the respective workshops.

THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY is offering a course for Spring 2015: SOC 8890 Advanced Topics in Research Methods: Historical Sociology. The course is designed to teach graduate students to design and carry out theoretically informed historical research projects. Clicksyllabus.2015.final.docxfor more information.

THE DEPARTMENT OF AMERICAN STUDIES is offering a course for Spring 2015 taught by Professor Elliot H. Powell: AMST 8920, Queer Temporalities: Pleasure, Ghosting, and the Politics of Queer Time. Click AMST 8920 Powell S15.pdf for more information.

THE DEPARTMENT OF AMERICAN STUDIES is offering a graduate seminar taught by Professor David Karjanen for Spring 2015: AMST 8920, Constellations of Power in American Society: Military, Prison, Nom-Profit, and Policy Industrial Complexes. Click Constellations of Power in American Society(1).pdf for more information.

THE DEPARTMENT OF AMERICAN STUDIES is offering a course for Spring 2015 taught by Professor Kale Fajardo. AMST 8401, Teaching Practicum in American Studies is a graduate seminar on critical pedagogies and teaching for critical consciousness and social justice. Click AMST 8401 Spring 15 Flyer.pdf for more information.

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