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AMST1007A-W14
Type:
Lecture
Term:
Winter 2014
Department:
Program in American Studies
Requirements Fulfilled:
NOR WTR
Designing a Field House Museum
Designing a Field House Museum for Middlebury College
In this course students will help design a museum space dedicated to the history of athletics at Middlebury College. The work we accomplish will contribute to plans for the new Field House, to be erected in 2013-14. Students will conduct archival research on the history of Middlebury athletics, and they will design interpretive exhibits utilizing digital and analog formats for inclusion in the new museum space.
Instructors:
Holly Allen
Location:
Library 220 (LIB 220)
Schedule:
9:00am-12:00pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday (Jan 6, 2014 to Jan 31, 2014)
Availability:
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AMST1008A-W14
Type:
Lecture
Term:
Winter 2014
Department:
Program in American Studies
Requirements Fulfilled:
NOR SOC WTR
Evolution of Work in America
Evolution of Work in America: Industrial Revolution through Post-Industrial Society and Beyond
From farm to factory to office to virtual, work in the United States has dramatically changed since the turn of the last century. In this course we will examine the evolution of work and the struggle of unions, governments, workers, and employers who shape and are shaped by these changes. We will also assess forces framing the work of tomorrow. Through books such as Upton Sinclair’s The Jungle, David Foster Wallace’s The Pale King, movies such as Charlie Chaplin’s Modern Times and episodes of The Office, we will assess both the impact of work on culture and culture’s impact on work.
Instructors:
John Harvey
Location:
Axinn Center 220 (AXN 220)
Schedule:
10:30am-12:30pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday (Jan 6, 2014 to Jan 31, 2014)
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AMST1009A-W14
Type:
Lecture
Term:
Winter 2014
Department:
Program in American Studies
Requirements Fulfilled:
CMP HIS NOR SOC WTR
Asian Americans and the Cinema
Asian Americans and the Cinema
In this course we will examine Asian American cinematic representations, from classic Hollywood to contemporary independent Asian American films. We will explore how Asian Americans have been depicted in mainstream films as well as how Asian Americans are framing themselves through independent films. We will approach the topic both chronologically and thematically as well as examine a number of cinematic genres and film forms, with films ranging from the Charlie Chan detective series (1920s-40s) to the musical Flower Drum Song (1961), the experimental Chan Is Missing (1982), and the documentary Seeking Asian Female (2013). Key issues will include: stereotypes of Asian Americans in classic Hollywood cinema; oppositional practices of Asian American independent films; intersections of race, class, gender, and sexuality; and documenting selves and history through documentaries.
Instructors:
W. Hwang
Location:
Axinn Center 219 (AXN 219)
Schedule:
1:00pm-4:00pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday (Jan 6, 2014 to Jan 31, 2014)
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ARBC0102A-W14
Type:
Lecture
Term:
Winter 2014
Department:
Arabic
Requirements Fulfilled:
LNG WTR
Beginning Arabic II
Beginning Arabic II
This course is an intensive continuation of ARBC 0101. In addition to the goals stated for that course there will be extra emphasis on cultural skills during winter term. (ARBC 0101 or equivalent).
Instructors:
Robert Greeley
Location:
Mahaney Center for the Arts 126 (MAC 126)
Schedule:
10:30am-12:30pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday (Jan 6, 2014 to Jan 31, 2014)
Availability:
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ARBC0102B-W14
Type:
Lecture
Term:
Winter 2014
Department:
Arabic
Requirements Fulfilled:
LNG WTR
Beginning Arabic II
Beginning Arabic II
This course is an intensive continuation of ARBC 0101. In addition to the goals stated for that course there will be extra emphasis on cultural skills during winter term. (ARBC 0101 or equivalent).
Instructors:
Ahmad Almallah
Location:
LaForce 121 (LAF 121)
Schedule:
10:30am-12:30pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday (Jan 6, 2014 to Jan 31, 2014)
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ARBC0102C-W14
Type:
Lecture
Term:
Winter 2014
Department:
Arabic
Requirements Fulfilled:
LNG WTR
Beginning Arabic II
Beginning Arabic II
This course is an intensive continuation of ARBC 0101. In addition to the goals stated for that course there will be extra emphasis on cultural skills during winter term. (ARBC 0101 or equivalent).
Instructors:
Elsa Belmont Flores
Location:
Le Chateau 109 (CHT 109)
Schedule:
10:30am-12:30pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday (Jan 6, 2014 to Jan 31, 2014)
Availability:
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ART0159A-W14
Type:
Lecture
Term:
Winter 2014
Department:
Program in Studio Art
Requirements Fulfilled:
ART WTR
Studio Art I
Studio Art I: Drawing
This course is a complete and thorough basic drawing course. Mediums used will be pencil, charcoal, and ink, among others. Work will be done from observation and invention. Line, perspective, value, composition, and introduction to color will be discussed. Assignments will involve students with the formal and technical aspects of drawing and with the idea of drawing as an individual means of expression. No prior drawing experience is assumed or expected. This course is required of all art majors and minors.
Instructors:
Michael Jordan
Location:
Johnson Memorial Building 205 (JHN 205)
Schedule:
1:00pm-4:00pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday (Jan 6, 2014 to Jan 31, 2014)
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ART1026A-W14
Type:
Lecture
Term:
Winter 2014
Department:
Program in Studio Art
Requirements Fulfilled:
ART WTR
Intro to Digital Photography
The Magic Image: An Introduction to Digital Photography
In this hands-on course using digital single lens reflex (DSLR) cameras, Adobe software, and Epson photo printers, students will master the basics of photography, both in terms of technical skills and aesthetic strategies. Topics will include exposure, white balance, file formats, lens types, depth of field, motion blur, noise, file organization, digital development, aesthetic strategies, and introductory theories of photography. Weekly assignments accompanied by slide lectures on historical and contemporary artwork will explore the language of photography. A 35mm DSLR with manual controls and a $100 fee for materials is required. This course counts as an elective towards the major or minor in Studio Art.
Instructors:
Germaine Gatewood
Location:
Johnson Memorial Building 208 (JHN 208)
Schedule:
10:30am-12:30pm on Friday at JHN 208 (Jan 6, 2014 to Jan 31, 2014)
1:00pm-4:00pm on Monday, Wednesday at JHN 208 (Jan 6, 2014 to Jan 31, 2014)
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ART1125A-W14
Type:
Lecture
Term:
Winter 2014
Department:
Program in Studio Art
Requirements Fulfilled:
ART WTR
Black and White Photography
Introduction to Traditional Black & White Photography
Students will learn how to expose, develop, and to print black and white negative film in a wet darkroom. Contemporary and historical fine art approaches to the medium will be explored through assignments and slide lectures. Development of personal vision and expression will be emphasized. This is an intensive workshop style course. Functional 35mm film camera with full manual controls is required. Each student will be required to contribute $125 towards the cost of materials. This course counts as an elective towards the major or minor in Studio Art.
Instructors:
May Mantell
Location:
Johnson Memorial Building 208 (JHN 208)
Schedule:
10:30am-12:30pm on Tuesday, Thursday at JHN 208 (Jan 6, 2014 to Jan 31, 2014)
1:00pm-4:00pm on Tuesday, Thursday at JHN 208 (Jan 6, 2014 to Jan 31, 2014)
Availability:
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BIOL0211A-W14
Type:
Lecture
Term:
Winter 2014
Department:
Biology
Requirements Fulfilled:
DED WTR
Biostatistics
Experimental Design and Statistical Analysis
Experimental design is one of the most important parts of doing science, but it is difficult to do well. How do you randomize mice? How many replicate petri plates should be inoculated? If I am measuring temperature in a forest, where do I put the thermometer? In this course students will design experiments across the sub-areas of biology. We will run student designed experiments, and then learn ways to analyze the data, and communicate the results. Students planning to do independent research are encouraged to take this course. (This course is not open to students who have taken MATH 0116 or PSYC 0201 or ECON 0210)
Instructors:
David Allen
Location:
McCardell Bicentennial Hall 311 (MBH 311)
Schedule:
8:15am-10:15am on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday at MBH 311 (Jan 6, 2014 to Jan 31, 2014)
9:00am-12:00pm on Wednesday at MBH 311 (Jan 6, 2014 to Jan 31, 2014)
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