Course Schedule

Course Term
Course Attributes
Spring 2024
PAH

PAH 150A1 – Video Game Sights, Sounds and Stories

This course introduces and helps students to practice a set of critical skills developed specifically for understanding the socio-cultural impacts of video games. Over the course of the semester we will: 1) survey the history of video games and their industry, paying particular attention to how developers - and the technologies they deploy - shape the game medium; 2) unpack game sights, sounds, and stories, with an analytical eye toward their formal and ideological qualities; and 3) collaboratively examine video games as sites of cultural exchange, that is, as teaching and learning tools, playful companions, and complex social and physical stimuli.

Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - Mar 1
Status
Closed
Enrollment
50 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - Mar 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 50 / 50
Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - Mar 1
Status
Closed
Enrollment
50 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - Mar 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 50 / 50

PAH 150A2 – Weird Stuff: How to Think About the Supernatural, the Paranormal, and the Mysterious

Few claims seem to arouse more interest, evoke more emotion, and create more confusion than those dealing with the paranormal, the supernatural, or the mysterious. "Weird stuff", as it is often called; astrology, ghosts, fairies, ESP, psychokinesis, UFO abductions, channeling, dowsing, near-death experiences, prophetic dreams, demon possession, time travel, and parapsychology, among others clearly defies conventional wisdom and understanding, yet belief in them is a widespread component of human culture, often exerting a profound effect on people's lives. Why are such unusual beliefs part of the human experience for so many? Why do some people find such phenomena to be compelling, while others reject them outright? How do we decide which claims are credible? What distinguishes rational from irrational claims? This course is designed to help students answer such questions, to understand why people believe weird stuff, and through that process become more empathetic and independent thinkers and learners.

Section
001
Days
TuTh
Time
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Instructor
Status
Closed
Enrollment
52 / 50
  • Days: TuTh
  • Time: 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 52 / 50
Section
001
Days
TuTh
Time
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Instructor
Status
Closed
Enrollment
52 / 50
  • Days: TuTh
  • Time: 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 52 / 50
Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - Mar 1
Instructor
Status
Closed
Enrollment
51 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - Mar 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 51 / 50

PAH 150A3 – The Great Outdoors: Improving Health, Wellness, and Creativity by Living Life Outside

From physicians to neuroscientists to poets and songwriters, people around the world have long written about how even brief immersion in nature can improve the human condition. This course will explore these writings and what they have to tell us about understanding human experience and our interface with the natural world. Using applied humanities approaches and a variety of texts, our goal will be to develop real-world applications of insight, perspective, critical understanding, discernment, and creativity about the place and importance of nature in human experience. Over the course of the semester we will: (1) read and critically analyze writing by and about people who have found creative and innovative approaches to express and/or measure how immersion in nature makes humans healthier; (2) engage in reflective projects that open pathways to developing one's own creativity and imagination for personal and community applications of nature immersion; and (3) design an applied project focused on assessing how ideas for nature immersion might be implemented in real-world settings. Students will use project management and planning methods to write a project description, carry out an initial pilot version of the project, report on steps they have accomplished, and write a critical analysis of their project.

Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - Mar 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
49 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - Mar 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 49 / 50
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
49 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 49 / 50

PAH 150B1 – Motorcycle Culture: Free Spirits, Easy riders, and the Human Experience

The motorcycle is a global icon, an international symbol of a daring, enviable, sometimes even reckless lifestyle of freedom, adventure, and rebellion. This course explores motorcycle culture around the world and is intended for anyone interested in the human experience, motorcycles, or who is keen to consider the implications of their lifestyle choices. Over the course of the semester, we will examine the facts, myths, and legends surrounding the motorcycle, as well as the ideologies of those who love to ride.

Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - Mar 1
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
49 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - Mar 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 49 / 50
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Instructor
Status
Closed
Enrollment
50 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 50 / 50

PAH 160D1 – Play: An Interactive Introduction

This course introduces students to the study of play, from ancient games of chance to cutting edge playgrounds like amusement parks, escape rooms, and even workplaces. Students will learn and practice a set of critical and practical skills designed to help them both understand how play regularly changes the world around them, and how to use play as a tool for personal, professional, and political transformation. Over the course of the semester, we will: 1) survey the origins of play, paying particular attention to how the act of play is used to change or solidify the status quo; 2) examine research-informed case studies to learn and practice techniques for theorizing about how and why play does real work in the world; and 3) experiment with a variety of tools and techniques for using play to alter how individuals, communities, and organizations interact.

Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - Mar 1
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
47 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - Mar 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 47 / 50

PAH 160D2 – Living the Good Life: Humanities Perspectives on Culture and Community

This interdisciplinary course analyzes myths and cosmologies that reflect various societal approaches to the grand mysteries of life as represented in language, culture, and narratives. Beginning with an overview of myth as a moving force in life, students generate a list of grand mysteries to pursue answers that explore the past, present, and future. Select texts analyzing myth as well as works of fiction and contemporary film and television will round out the course as students work toward analyzing their own cosmology, a chosen mythology, or develop their own unique mythology for the digital age. Particular emphasis will be paid to myths and cosmologies of groups in conflict and an analysis of the clash resulting from competing perspectives.

Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - Mar 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
38 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - Mar 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 38 / 50
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
43 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 43 / 50
Section
502
Days
MoTuTh
Time
08:40 AM - 10:20 AM
Date
Jan 8 - Mar 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
1 / 20
  • Days: MoTuTh
  • Time: 08:40 AM - 10:20 AM
  • Dates: Jan 8 - Mar 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 1 / 20

PAH 160D3 – Memes: The Art and Craft of Microstorytelling

Most everyone is familiar with memes: Gangnam Style music videos, the Success Baby, Rickrolling, Pepe the Frog, and other images, text, and sounds that serve as storytelling shorthand in today's digital world. Memes are not an entirely digital phenomenon, however. On the contrary, they have a deep history within the context of human ideas and expression. In this course, we will explore the concept of the meme and the practice of meming, beginning with pre-digital examples and extending up through the most current instances. We will consider a variety of theories behind this kind of microstorytelling, as well as its craft, leading to the creation of meme portfolios and predictions about future forms of human expression.

Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - Mar 1
Instructor
Status
Closed
Enrollment
51 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - Mar 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 51 / 50
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Instructor
Status
Closed
Enrollment
50 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 50 / 50

PAH 160D4 – Life in the City of Tomorrow: Time Travel, World Building, and Speculative Futures

This course explores the past, present, and future of urban life by looking at speculative representations of cities. We focus especially on practices of time travel and world building used by futurists and creatives as tools for thinking about how our cities ought to be. In addition to engaging with a range of materials that demonstrate these practices over the course of the term, we will also experiment with using these practices as methods for problem solving, critical study, and the creation of urban futures in the real world, taking into particular consideration markers of identity such as race, gender, or class.

Section
001
Days
TuTh
Time
02:00 PM - 03:15 PM
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
31 / 50
  • Days: TuTh
  • Time: 02:00 PM - 03:15 PM
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 31 / 50
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Status
Closed
Enrollment
50 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 50 / 50

PAH 160D5 – Bedtime: Exploring the Cultures and Practices of Sleep

The need for sleep is ubiquitous and part of everyday existence. Like many things that are part of our routine, however, we rarely take time to consider sleep critically: Why do we sleep? Is sleep different from culture to culture? In what ways is sleep made valuable (or not)? And what's with dreaming? These and many other questions are at the heart of this course. Over the course of the semester, we will probe modern and historical humanities archives for artifacts related to sleep. By examining the ways human beings have come to represent sleep through a wide variety of cultural practices (e.g., rituals, popular culture, art, etc.), we will explore the connections between sleep and creativity, the role sleep plays in the formation and maintenance of social and cultural institutions, and sleep's changing relationship to the human condition generally. The goal, ultimately, is to imagine what sleep's future holds.

Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Status
Closed
Enrollment
50 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 50 / 50
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Status
Closed
Enrollment
50 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 50 / 50

PAH 200 – Introduction to Applied Humanities

This courses introduces and helps students to practice a set of critical and practical skills developed specifically for understanding and improving the human condition. Over the course of the semester we will: 1) survey the origins and history of the applied humanities, paying particular attention to the intersection of ways of seeing and doing; 2) examine exemplary research-informed and publicly-facing projects for insight into how to theorize and improve life in the community and beyond; and 3) explore tools and techniques for engaging in small and large scale applied humanities endeavors.

Section
001
Days
TuTh
Time
08:00 AM - 09:15 AM
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
48 / 50
  • Days: TuTh
  • Time: 08:00 AM - 09:15 AM
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 48 / 50
Section
001
Days
TuTh
Time
08:00 AM - 09:15 AM
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
48 / 50
  • Days: TuTh
  • Time: 08:00 AM - 09:15 AM
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 48 / 50
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - Mar 1
Status
Closed
Enrollment
51 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - Mar 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 51 / 50
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - Mar 1
Status
Closed
Enrollment
51 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - Mar 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 51 / 50

PAH 201 – Applied Humanities Practice: Techniques and Technologies for Public Enrichment

This course introduces the common techniques and technologies involved in applied humanities work, providing students with the concepts and skills they need to plan, conduct, analyze, and evaluate conceptually rigorous, publicly-facing, and community-enriching projects. Over the course of the semester we will: 1) survey practical approaches and research methods commonly used in the applied humanities; 2) examine exemplary projects that have employed these ways of doing, and in the process gain insight into how to adapt them for other projects; and 3) explore a variety of tools and technologies that support data collection, sharing, analysis, and implementation, culminating the design of your own applied humanities project.

Section
001
Days
TuTh
Time
12:30 PM - 01:45 PM
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Closed
Enrollment
50 / 50
  • Days: TuTh
  • Time: 12:30 PM - 01:45 PM
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 50 / 50
Section
001
Days
TuTh
Time
12:30 PM - 01:45 PM
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Closed
Enrollment
50 / 50
  • Days: TuTh
  • Time: 12:30 PM - 01:45 PM
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 50 / 50
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - Mar 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
34 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - Mar 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 34 / 50

PAH 220 – Collaboration: A Humanities Perspective

This course explores how collaborative endeavors are influenced by culture, identity, and diversity. Drawing from the linguistic, cultural, and philosophical traditions of the humanities, we will study what it means to function effectively as part of a diverse collaborative, from small, informal communities to large, formal organizations. In contrast to the largely empirical epistemologies and methodologies of the hard and social sciences, we will approach the concept of collaboration as a subject and reflection of the human condition, considering the different cultural elements that influence cooperation and the meanings human beings derive from cooperation. We will explore how cultural and personal concepts such as power distance, individualism, gender roles, and orientation to time, tasks, and relationships shape collaboration. Course topics include the qualities of diverse collaboratives, the relationship of cultural diversity to collaboration, questions of personality and identity in the workplace, and leadership and assessment in a multicultural context. In addition, the course will seek to enhance understanding of how dominant institutional and cultural forces impose themselves on collaborative endeavors, disadvantaging certain groups such as women, racial/ethnic minorities, people with disabilities, and people with a lower-power socioeconomic status.

Section
001
Days
TuTh
Time
09:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
28 / 50
  • Days: TuTh
  • Time: 09:30 AM - 10:45 AM
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 28 / 50
Section
001
Days
TuTh
Time
09:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
28 / 50
  • Days: TuTh
  • Time: 09:30 AM - 10:45 AM
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 28 / 50

PAH 221 – Creating, Imagining, Innovating: Intercultural Approaches for Academic and Career Success

The course helps students to engage deeply with the habits of mind and an expanding set of critical and practical applied humanities skills developed specifically for understanding and improving the human condition. Over the course of the semester we will: (1) read and critically analyze the writing of people from many cultures who have found creative and innovative approaches to a variety of complex challenges, with particular attention to their applied habits of mind; (2) engage in reflective projects that open pathways to developing students' own creativity and imagination for real-world applications of successful habits of mind; and (3) design a project in which students focus on something in the world that requires personal applications of at least three of the habits of mind they have studied. Students will use project management and planning methods to write a project description, carry out an initial pilot version of the project, report on steps they have accomplished, and write a critical analysis of the project.

Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Status
Closed
Enrollment
50 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 50 / 50
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Status
Closed
Enrollment
50 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 50 / 50
Section
202
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Status
Closed
Enrollment
50 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 50 / 50
Section
202
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Status
Closed
Enrollment
50 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 50 / 50

PAH 231 – Global Game Cultures and Histories

This course examines the rise and spread of video game cultures from around the world, focusing on the contexts of their origins, proliferation, and (where applicable) their demise. Topics to be covered include arcades, bootlegging and piracy, casual gaming, chiptunes, cosplay, demo cultures, LAN parties, machinima, online fandom, LGTBQ+ gaming culture, BIPOC gaming culture, and videorec cultures. These topics will be considered in light of broader cultural trends, contemporaneous social and political concerns, and relevant technological advancements.

Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Status
Closed
Enrollment
40 / 40
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 40 / 40
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Status
Closed
Enrollment
40 / 40
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 40 / 40
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Status
Closed
Enrollment
40 / 40
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 40 / 40
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Status
Closed
Enrollment
40 / 40
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 40 / 40
Section
202
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Status
Closed
Enrollment
10 / 10
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 10 / 10
Section
202
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Status
Closed
Enrollment
10 / 10
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 10 / 10

PAH 240 – Some We Love, Some We Hate, Some We Eat: Global Perspectives on Human/Animal Relationships

Human and animal lives have always been intertwined, and animals are omnipresent in human society on both metaphorical and practical, material levels. Animals often play a central role in cultural metaphors and myths, but they are also physically present in homes and workplaces, and in local as well as global economies. Both levels in this complex web of relationships structure society in areas as varied as art, economy, entertainment, health, law, media, and science. However, the ways in which human society deals with its coexistence with animals, and the ways it interacts with, uses, and handles them; are complex and embedded in paradoxes that are often affected by structures of power. The purpose of this course is to stimulate critical reflections on different social constructions and the ethical and moral implications of human relationships with animals. Over the course of the semester we will: (1) examine the evolution of human/animal relationships over time, (2) consider the unique roles that different species play in human lives and the ways we treat them as a result, and (3) engage in interviews, personal reflections, argumentative essays, and research reports about human/animal relationships.

Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - Mar 1
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
48 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - Mar 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 48 / 50
Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - Mar 1
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
48 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - Mar 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 48 / 50

PAH 310 – Urban Multilingualism: An Introduction to Exploring Diverse Cities

Tucson is a multilingual city, an urban space in which many cultures and languages coexist, interact, and stake claims on inhabitants and space alike. This course seeks to clarify the distinctive characteristics of multilingual cities by focusing on Tucson and its heterogeneous cultural and linguistic context. Throughout the semester, we will use a variety of critical, theoretical, and cultural lenses to expand student understanding of the relationship between the spatial organization of a city and its linguistic profile. The course will balance readings and in-class/online discussions with guest lectures and off-campus field trips to help students develop the necessary tools and competences needed to engage with multilingualism in Tucson and in other large and diverse cities.

Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
14 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 14 / 50
Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
14 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 14 / 50

PAH 320 – Working: The Rewards and Costs of Employment

This course is about work and what it does for people and to people. It examines the physical, psychological, and philosophical costs and challenges of employment and how they affect people's lives. Students will examine the overall impact of labor on the psyche and character of the worker, considering the key question, "What does the work do to the worker"?

Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Instructor
Status
Closed
Enrollment
50 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 50 / 50
Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Instructor
Status
Closed
Enrollment
50 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 50 / 50

PAH 321 – Relationship-Based Fundraising: Donor Development in the Nonprofit Sector

The purpose of this course is to 1) introduce the fundamentals of relationship-based fundraising in the nonprofit sector, and 2) highlight the importance of humanities perspectives to meeting the world's social, economic, political, and environmental opportunities and challenges. Over the course of the semester we will: (1) unpack the concept of relationship-based fundraising through an overview of fundraising techniques, gaining a comprehensive understanding of the ways in which U.S. nonprofits in particular raise funds and why; (2) examine how a humanities-focused approach is invaluable to cultivating donor respect, passion, involvement, and dollars; and (3) survey a range of nonprofit organizations, focusing especially on those that seek to improve the public's quality of life at the local, state, national, and/or global levels.

Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
27 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 27 / 50
Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
27 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 27 / 50
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
27 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 27 / 50
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
27 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 27 / 50

PAH 331 – Video Game Studies: Critical/Cultural Approaches

This course surveys the major critical/cultural approaches to the study of video games. Areas of emphasis include industrial analysis, formalism, critical race studies, ludology/narratology, critical discourse analysis, archivalism, fan studies, and gender/sexuality studies. Each approach will be analyzed in terms of its main principles, the sorts of arguments it facilitates, and the opportunities and problems it presents to the game scholar, maker, and player. In the process, we will conduct a series of micro-analyses of specific games, technologies, companies, and playful practices, all for the purpose of developing a deeper sense of games many meaning-making processes and their connection to the human condition.

Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - Mar 1
Status
Closed
Enrollment
40 / 40
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - Mar 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 40 / 40
Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - Mar 1
Status
Closed
Enrollment
40 / 40
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - Mar 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 40 / 40
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - Mar 1
Status
Closed
Enrollment
10 / 10
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - Mar 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 10 / 10
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - Mar 1
Status
Closed
Enrollment
10 / 10
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - Mar 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 10 / 10

PAH 350 – Health Humanities: Intercultural Perspectives

We are all participants in receiving and interpreting healthcare. This course will encourage and support the development of participants' abilities to gain expanded knowledge and to engage actively as critical, discerning, humane participants in the present and future delivery of healthcare and of health and wellness in any context. The course provides theory and practice in an inclusive and applied approach to humanities-based ways of thinking and knowing. We are all participants in receiving and interpreting healthcare, so all students are welcome. For students with the goals of advanced study in the health or other related professions: this course will enable you to provide healthcare, shape policy around it, or engage with health and wellness in other capacities in our globally connected world. As participants in the course you will engage with an inclusive, outward-facing, and applied discipline. You will be offered tools to improve transcultural communication skills by deep reading and reflection on core humanities approaches to the world of health and wellness and their interaction with global cultures.

We will use a mixture of discussions and small and whole group activities. Course activities may include active engagement in discussions online and in class, and critiquing a range of written texts, from those written by classroom peers to academic papers, literary texts of various kinds, or film narratives on health, wellness, and global understandings of those issues.

Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - Mar 1
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
48 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - Mar 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 48 / 50
Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - Mar 1
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
48 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - Mar 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 48 / 50
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Status
Closed
Enrollment
50 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 50 / 50
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Status
Closed
Enrollment
50 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 50 / 50

PAH 372 – Intercultural Competence: Culture, Identity, Adaptation, and Intercultural Relations
Writing Emphasis Course

This course provides students with an in depth discussion of the key concepts and factors that have led to the development of the field of intercultural competence and provides students with extensive background and reading so as to take a critical perspective on intercultural competence and its future for them in a globalized world.

Section
001
Days
TuTh
Time
02:00 PM - 03:15 PM
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Closed
Enrollment
50 / 50
  • Days: TuTh
  • Time: 02:00 PM - 03:15 PM
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 50 / 50
Section
001
Days
TuTh
Time
02:00 PM - 03:15 PM
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Closed
Enrollment
50 / 50
  • Days: TuTh
  • Time: 02:00 PM - 03:15 PM
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 50 / 50
Section
202
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
46 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 46 / 50

PAH 383 – Pre-Internship: Building Career Readiness

This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to search for, secure, participate in, and reflect on an internship in their chosen profession. The course is designed to help students both prepare for and maximize the undergraduate internship experience, as well as to bolster their confidence and understanding of the job market and careers that await them upon graduating from the university.

Section
001
Days
Tu
Time
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
48 / 50
  • Days: Tu
  • Time: 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 48 / 50
Section
001
Days
Tu
Time
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
48 / 50
  • Days: Tu
  • Time: 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 48 / 50
Section
001
Days
Tu
Time
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
48 / 50
  • Days: Tu
  • Time: 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 48 / 50
Section
001
Days
Tu
Time
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
48 / 50
  • Days: Tu
  • Time: 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 48 / 50
Section
002
Days
Tu
Time
12:30 PM - 01:45 PM
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
32 / 50
  • Days: Tu
  • Time: 12:30 PM - 01:45 PM
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 32 / 50
Section
002
Days
Tu
Time
12:30 PM - 01:45 PM
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
32 / 50
  • Days: Tu
  • Time: 12:30 PM - 01:45 PM
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 32 / 50
Section
002
Days
Tu
Time
12:30 PM - 01:45 PM
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
32 / 50
  • Days: Tu
  • Time: 12:30 PM - 01:45 PM
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 32 / 50
Section
002
Days
Tu
Time
12:30 PM - 01:45 PM
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
32 / 50
  • Days: Tu
  • Time: 12:30 PM - 01:45 PM
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 32 / 50
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - Mar 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
13 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - Mar 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 13 / 50
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - Mar 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
13 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - Mar 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 13 / 50

PAH 391 – Preceptorship
Honors Course

Specialized work on an individual basis, consisting of instruction and practice in actual service in a department, program, or discipline. Teaching formats may include seminars, in-depth studies, laboratory work and patient study.

Section
001
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 5
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 5
Section
001
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 5
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 5

PAH 420 – Innovation and the Human Condition: Learning How to Improve Life in the Community and Beyond

This course will equip students with the skills to use the humanities intellectual and analytical traditions to identify and pursue strategic responses to opportunities for innovation in the human condition. Over the course of the semester, students will draw on a range of humanities-based ways of seeing and doing to: 1) identify opportunities for improving the human condition at the community level and beyond; 2) analyze the cultural, political, and economic conditions that influence such opportunities; 3) design technological, industrial, and socio-cultural innovations that are directly responsive to these opportunities; and 4) develop strategic storylines that effectively convey the merits of these innovations to relevant stakeholders.

We will begin by forming small teams of student innovators. Each team will engage, experience, and internalize the course content through a series of activities and tasks that include: 1) identifying a community-based issue or opportunity that warrants an intervention; 2) analyzing the issue or opportunity through secondary research; 3) formulating an innovative strategy that is data-driven and based in the principles and concepts central to the humanities intellectual and analytical traditions; 4) refining and enhancing said innovative strategy through primary research; and 4) developing and delivering a multi-faceted presentation (visual, oral, written) of the strategy to a panel of experts.

Section
001
Days
Tu
Time
03:30 PM - 06:30 PM
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
43 / 50
  • Days: Tu
  • Time: 03:30 PM - 06:30 PM
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 43 / 50
Section
001
Days
Tu
Time
03:30 PM - 06:30 PM
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
43 / 50
  • Days: Tu
  • Time: 03:30 PM - 06:30 PM
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 43 / 50
Section
202
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
23 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 23 / 50
Section
202
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
23 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 23 / 50

PAH 493 – Internship

The internship consists of training and practice in an employment sector related to the students' desired career goals.

The contributions by the student intern to the partner agency are meant to be meaningful and substantive. Each 3-unit internship experience is individually designed to maximize student specific learning during the 120 contact hours. Internship activities can include completing projects or delivering services that require collaboration, research, analysis, summarizing data, writing, presenting work visually and orally, investigating, planning, organizing, problem solving, critical thinking, innovating, influencing, persuading, decision making, and networking.

The academic side of the internship course is designed to help students maximize the undergraduate internship experience. Students develop and build effective negotiation and communication skills, reflect on and analyze their current skill set, and situate their internship experience within a broader academic and professional context. To this end, assignments are practical and relevant to the course purpose, as students engage in thoughtful reflection and career planning.

Section
001
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
21 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 21 / 50
Section
001
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
21 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 21 / 50
Section
001
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
21 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 21 / 50
Section
001
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
21 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 21 / 50
Section
002
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
2 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 2 / 50
Section
002
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
2 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 2 / 50
Section
002
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
2 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 2 / 50
Section
002
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
2 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 2 / 50
Section
003
Days
Time
Date
Feb 15 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
2 / 10
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Feb 15 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 2 / 10
Section
003
Days
Time
Date
Feb 15 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
2 / 10
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Feb 15 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 2 / 10
Section
003
Days
Time
Date
Feb 15 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
2 / 10
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Feb 15 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 2 / 10
Section
003
Days
Time
Date
Feb 15 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
2 / 10
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Feb 15 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 2 / 10
Section
003
Days
Time
Date
Mar 28 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 28 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
003
Days
Time
Date
Mar 28 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 28 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
003
Days
Time
Date
Mar 28 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 28 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
003
Days
Time
Date
Mar 28 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 28 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
004
Days
Time
Date
Feb 15 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Feb 15 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
004
Days
Time
Date
Feb 15 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Feb 15 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
004
Days
Time
Date
Feb 15 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Feb 15 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
004
Days
Time
Date
Feb 15 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Feb 15 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
5 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 5 / 50
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
5 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 5 / 50
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
5 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 5 / 50
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
5 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 5 / 50
Section
202
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
3 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 3 / 50
Section
202
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
3 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 3 / 50
Section
202
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
3 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 3 / 50
Section
202
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
3 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 3 / 50
Section
203
Days
Time
Date
Mar 28 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 28 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
203
Days
Time
Date
Mar 28 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 28 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
203
Days
Time
Date
Mar 28 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 28 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
203
Days
Time
Date
Mar 28 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 28 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50

PAH 493H – Honors Internship
Honors Course

Specialized work for University Honors students on an individual basis, consisting of training and practice in actual service in a technical, business, or governmental establishment.

Section
003
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
003
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
003
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
003
Days
Time
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50

PAH 498 – Senior Capstone

The Senior Capstone is a culminating experience for the BA in Applied Humanities, and focuses on helping students synthesize the learning and experiences they have accumulated while working on the degree. The course emphasizes broadly comprehensive knowledge about life skills and personal self-knowledge practices, and is intended to bolster student confidence for, and understanding of, possible life paths and careers that await them upon graduating from the University. Senior is standing required.

Section
001
Days
Tu
Time
09:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
31 / 50
  • Days: Tu
  • Time: 09:30 AM - 10:45 AM
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 31 / 50
Section
001
Days
Tu
Time
09:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Date
Jan 10 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
31 / 50
  • Days: Tu
  • Time: 09:30 AM - 10:45 AM
  • Dates: Jan 10 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 31 / 50
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
15 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 15 / 50
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Mar 11 - May 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
15 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Mar 11 - May 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 15 / 50
Fall 2024
PAH

PAH 150A2 – Weird Stuff: How to Think About the Supernatural, the Paranormal, and the Mysterious

Few claims seem to arouse more interest, evoke more emotion, and create more confusion than those dealing with the paranormal, the supernatural, or the mysterious. "Weird stuff", as it is often called; astrology, ghosts, fairies, ESP, psychokinesis, UFO abductions, channeling, dowsing, near-death experiences, prophetic dreams, demon possession, time travel, and parapsychology, among others clearly defies conventional wisdom and understanding, yet belief in them is a widespread component of human culture, often exerting a profound effect on people's lives. Why are such unusual beliefs part of the human experience for so many? Why do some people find such phenomena to be compelling, while others reject them outright? How do we decide which claims are credible? What distinguishes rational from irrational claims? This course is designed to help students answer such questions, to understand why people believe weird stuff, and through that process become more empathetic and independent thinkers and learners.

Section
001
Days
TuTh
Time
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
Date
Aug 26 - Dec 11
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
15 / 50
  • Days: TuTh
  • Time: 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 15 / 50

PAH 150A3 – The Great Outdoors: Improving Health, Wellness, and Creativity by Living Life Outside

From physicians to neuroscientists to poets and songwriters, people around the world have long written about how even brief immersion in nature can improve the human condition. This course will explore these writings and what they have to tell us about understanding human experience and our interface with the natural world. Using applied humanities approaches and a variety of texts, our goal will be to develop real-world applications of insight, perspective, critical understanding, discernment, and creativity about the place and importance of nature in human experience. Over the course of the semester we will: (1) read and critically analyze writing by and about people who have found creative and innovative approaches to express and/or measure how immersion in nature makes humans healthier; (2) engage in reflective projects that open pathways to developing one's own creativity and imagination for personal and community applications of nature immersion; and (3) design an applied project focused on assessing how ideas for nature immersion might be implemented in real-world settings. Students will use project management and planning methods to write a project description, carry out an initial pilot version of the project, report on steps they have accomplished, and write a critical analysis of their project.

Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Status
Open
Enrollment
10 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 10 / 50
Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Status
Open
Enrollment
28 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 28 / 50
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
2 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 2 / 50
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
13 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 13 / 50

PAH 150B1 – Motorcycle Culture: Free Spirits, Easy riders, and the Human Experience

The motorcycle is a global icon, an international symbol of a daring, enviable, sometimes even reckless lifestyle of freedom, adventure, and rebellion. This course explores motorcycle culture around the world and is intended for anyone interested in the human experience, motorcycles, or who is keen to consider the implications of their lifestyle choices. Over the course of the semester, we will examine the facts, myths, and legends surrounding the motorcycle, as well as the ideologies of those who love to ride.

Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
5 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 5 / 50
Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
10 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 10 / 50

PAH 150B2 – Car Nation: The Automobile and the American Experience

Whether Americans drive/ride in a car daily or almost never, they inhabit a nation, landscape, society, culture, and economy which were remade during the 20th century around the privately-owned automobile. Automobility is a national way of life. While more than a billion vehicles populate the planet today, the United States was the first mass-motorized society in the world. Consumers embrace the luxury, flexibility, and status of automobile ownership, while national leaders pursue automobile manufacturing as a path to prosperity and industrial prowess. This course is a road trip, exploring how cars have both propelled and reflected the American experience since the invention of the automobile in 1886. In this course we will examine the evolving nature of cars and their profound impact on American culture and society. The course examines current and future changes in the auto industry - from driverless cars to electric vehicles - that will have profound consequences for how we live and organize our lives. We will explore people's relationship to/through cars and the stories that describe and define those relationships.

Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
5 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 5 / 50
Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
11 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 11 / 50
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
5 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 5 / 50
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
2 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 2 / 50

PAH 150B5 – Hunting: Interpretations and Experiences

Hunting is fundamental to the human experience. Throughout history, humans have viewed hunting as a foodway, a lifeway, and even as a sport. This course considers the concept of hunting broadly and explores the practices of seeking and finding across human endeavor, from sacred acts of harvesting to modern recreation with ethical implications for ecological stewardship. Over the course of the semester, students will unpack their own personal meanings around the act of hunting and interpret the role different kinds of hunting play in conservation and community life. Students eventually plan their own hunt of one kind or another. This does not necessarily need to be a hunt for game, but can be a hunt for a picture of wildlife or any other hunt as defined by the student. Ultimately, hunting will be defined broadly so all students can conduct and engage with the topic in ways that make sense to them. All positions and perspectives related to hunting in all its forms and with all its associated debates and controversies are welcome for consideration.

Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Status
Open
Enrollment
12 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 12 / 50

PAH 160D1 – Play: An Interactive Introduction

This course introduces students to the study of play, from ancient games of chance to cutting edge playgrounds like amusement parks, escape rooms, and even workplaces. Students will learn and practice a set of critical and practical skills designed to help them both understand how play regularly changes the world around them, and how to use play as a tool for personal, professional, and political transformation. Over the course of the semester, we will: 1) survey the origins of play, paying particular attention to how the act of play is used to change or solidify the status quo; 2) examine research-informed case studies to learn and practice techniques for theorizing about how and why play does real work in the world; and 3) experiment with a variety of tools and techniques for using play to alter how individuals, communities, and organizations interact.

Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Status
Open
Enrollment
5 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 5 / 50
Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Status
Open
Enrollment
44 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 44 / 50

PAH 160D2 – Living the Good Life: Humanities Perspectives on Culture and Community

This interdisciplinary course analyzes myths and cosmologies that reflect various societal approaches to the grand mysteries of life as represented in language, culture, and narratives. Beginning with an overview of myth as a moving force in life, students generate a list of grand mysteries to pursue answers that explore the past, present, and future. Select texts analyzing myth as well as works of fiction and contemporary film and television will round out the course as students work toward analyzing their own cosmology, a chosen mythology, or develop their own unique mythology for the digital age. Particular emphasis will be paid to myths and cosmologies of groups in conflict and an analysis of the clash resulting from competing perspectives.

Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Status
Open
Enrollment
1 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 1 / 50
Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Status
Open
Enrollment
6 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 6 / 50
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
2 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 2 / 50
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50

PAH 160D3 – Memes: The Art and Craft of Microstorytelling

Most everyone is familiar with memes: Gangnam Style music videos, the Success Baby, Rickrolling, Pepe the Frog, and other images, text, and sounds that serve as storytelling shorthand in today's digital world. Memes are not an entirely digital phenomenon, however. On the contrary, they have a deep history within the context of human ideas and expression. In this course, we will explore the concept of the meme and the practice of meming, beginning with pre-digital examples and extending up through the most current instances. We will consider a variety of theories behind this kind of microstorytelling, as well as its craft, leading to the creation of meme portfolios and predictions about future forms of human expression.

Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
4 / 40
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 4 / 40
Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
29 / 40
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 29 / 40
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 40
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 40
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 40
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 40
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
6 / 40
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 6 / 40
Section
103
Days
MoTuTh
Time
08:40 AM - 10:20 AM
Date
Aug 20 - Oct 17
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 25
  • Days: MoTuTh
  • Time: 08:40 AM - 10:20 AM
  • Dates: Aug 20 - Oct 17
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 25
Section
103
Days
MoTuTh
Time
08:40 AM - 10:20 AM
Date
Aug 20 - Oct 17
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 25
  • Days: MoTuTh
  • Time: 08:40 AM - 10:20 AM
  • Dates: Aug 20 - Oct 17
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 25
Section
103
Days
MoTuTh
Time
08:40 AM - 10:20 AM
Date
Aug 20 - Oct 17
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 25
  • Days: MoTuTh
  • Time: 08:40 AM - 10:20 AM
  • Dates: Aug 20 - Oct 17
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 25
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 10
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 10
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
2 / 10
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 2 / 10
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 10
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 10
Section
202
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
4 / 10
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 4 / 10
Section
202
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
1 / 10
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 1 / 10
Section
202
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
1 / 10
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 1 / 10

PAH 160D4 – Life in the City of Tomorrow: Time Travel, World Building, and Speculative Futures

This course explores the past, present, and future of urban life by looking at speculative representations of cities. We focus especially on practices of time travel and world building used by futurists and creatives as tools for thinking about how our cities ought to be. In addition to engaging with a range of materials that demonstrate these practices over the course of the term, we will also experiment with using these practices as methods for problem solving, critical study, and the creation of urban futures in the real world, taking into particular consideration markers of identity such as race, gender, or class.

Section
001
Days
MoWe
Time
02:00 PM - 02:50 PM
Date
Aug 26 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days: MoWe
  • Time: 02:00 PM - 02:50 PM
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
001
Days
MoWe
Time
02:00 PM - 02:50 PM
Date
Aug 26 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days: MoWe
  • Time: 02:00 PM - 02:50 PM
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
001
Days
MoWe
Time
02:00 PM - 02:50 PM
Date
Aug 26 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days: MoWe
  • Time: 02:00 PM - 02:50 PM
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
1 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 1 / 50
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
1 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 1 / 50
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
5 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 5 / 50

PAH 160D5 – Bedtime: Exploring the Cultures and Practices of Sleep

The need for sleep is ubiquitous and part of everyday existence. Like many things that are part of our routine, however, we rarely take time to consider sleep critically: Why do we sleep? Is sleep different from culture to culture? In what ways is sleep made valuable (or not)? And what's with dreaming? These and many other questions are at the heart of this course. Over the course of the semester, we will probe modern and historical humanities archives for artifacts related to sleep. By examining the ways human beings have come to represent sleep through a wide variety of cultural practices (e.g., rituals, popular culture, art, etc.), we will explore the connections between sleep and creativity, the role sleep plays in the formation and maintenance of social and cultural institutions, and sleep's changing relationship to the human condition generally. The goal, ultimately, is to imagine what sleep's future holds.

Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Status
Closed
Enrollment
50 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 50 / 50
Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Status
Open
Enrollment
48 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 48 / 50
Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Status
Open
Enrollment
48 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 48 / 50
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
18 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 18 / 50
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Status
Closed
Enrollment
50 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 50 / 50
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
17 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 17 / 50

PAH 200 – Introduction to Applied Humanities

This courses introduces and helps students to practice a set of critical and practical skills developed specifically for understanding and improving the human condition. Over the course of the semester we will: 1) survey the origins and history of the applied humanities, paying particular attention to the intersection of ways of seeing and doing; 2) examine exemplary research-informed and publicly-facing projects for insight into how to theorize and improve life in the community and beyond; and 3) explore tools and techniques for engaging in small and large scale applied humanities endeavors.

Section
001
Days
TuTh
Time
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
Date
Aug 26 - Dec 11
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
3 / 44
  • Days: TuTh
  • Time: 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 3 / 44
Section
001
Days
TuTh
Time
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
Date
Aug 26 - Dec 11
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
32 / 44
  • Days: TuTh
  • Time: 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 32 / 44
Section
001
Days
TuTh
Time
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
Date
Aug 26 - Dec 11
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
3 / 44
  • Days: TuTh
  • Time: 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 3 / 44
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Status
Open
Enrollment
1 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 1 / 50
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Status
Open
Enrollment
7 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 7 / 50

PAH 201 – Applied Humanities Practice: Techniques and Technologies for Public Enrichment

This course introduces the common techniques and technologies involved in applied humanities work, providing students with the concepts and skills they need to plan, conduct, analyze, and evaluate conceptually rigorous, publicly-facing, and community-enriching projects. Over the course of the semester we will: 1) survey practical approaches and research methods commonly used in the applied humanities; 2) examine exemplary projects that have employed these ways of doing, and in the process gain insight into how to adapt them for other projects; and 3) explore a variety of tools and technologies that support data collection, sharing, analysis, and implementation, culminating the design of your own applied humanities project.

Section
001
Days
TuTh
Time
12:30 PM - 01:45 PM
Date
Aug 26 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
3 / 50
  • Days: TuTh
  • Time: 12:30 PM - 01:45 PM
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 3 / 50
Section
001
Days
TuTh
Time
12:30 PM - 01:45 PM
Date
Aug 26 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
24 / 50
  • Days: TuTh
  • Time: 12:30 PM - 01:45 PM
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 24 / 50
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Status
Open
Enrollment
2 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 2 / 50
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Status
Open
Enrollment
3 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 3 / 50

PAH 220 – Collaboration: A Humanities Perspective

This course explores how collaborative endeavors are influenced by culture, identity, and diversity. Drawing from the linguistic, cultural, and philosophical traditions of the humanities, we will study what it means to function effectively as part of a diverse collaborative, from small, informal communities to large, formal organizations. In contrast to the largely empirical epistemologies and methodologies of the hard and social sciences, we will approach the concept of collaboration as a subject and reflection of the human condition, considering the different cultural elements that influence cooperation and the meanings human beings derive from cooperation. We will explore how cultural and personal concepts such as power distance, individualism, gender roles, and orientation to time, tasks, and relationships shape collaboration. Course topics include the qualities of diverse collaboratives, the relationship of cultural diversity to collaboration, questions of personality and identity in the workplace, and leadership and assessment in a multicultural context. In addition, the course will seek to enhance understanding of how dominant institutional and cultural forces impose themselves on collaborative endeavors, disadvantaging certain groups such as women, racial/ethnic minorities, people with disabilities, and people with a lower-power socioeconomic status.

Section
001
Days
TuTh
Time
09:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Date
Aug 26 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
1 / 50
  • Days: TuTh
  • Time: 09:30 AM - 10:45 AM
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 1 / 50
Section
001
Days
TuTh
Time
09:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Date
Aug 26 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days: TuTh
  • Time: 09:30 AM - 10:45 AM
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50

PAH 221 – Creating, Imagining, Innovating: Intercultural Approaches for Academic and Career Success

The course helps students to engage deeply with the habits of mind and an expanding set of critical and practical applied humanities skills developed specifically for understanding and improving the human condition. Over the course of the semester we will: (1) read and critically analyze the writing of people from many cultures who have found creative and innovative approaches to a variety of complex challenges, with particular attention to their applied habits of mind; (2) engage in reflective projects that open pathways to developing students' own creativity and imagination for real-world applications of successful habits of mind; and (3) design a project in which students focus on something in the world that requires personal applications of at least three of the habits of mind they have studied. Students will use project management and planning methods to write a project description, carry out an initial pilot version of the project, report on steps they have accomplished, and write a critical analysis of the project.

Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
9 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 9 / 50
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
1 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 1 / 50

PAH 230 – Video Games as Artifacts: Appreciating Interactive Multimedia Entertainment.

This course introduces students to the techniques and varying contexts of critically appreciating video games. In addition to studying the ways that digital games, and their creators, play upon consumer's senses, students will develop a working vocabulary of evaluative terms (e.g., taste, judgement, pleasure, style, beauty) that can be usefully and sometimes uniquely applied to objects derived from the video game medium. They will also learn and practice a set of critical and practical skills designed to help them both understand the role of critical judgement in the experience of play, as well as how play itself may be an integral part of a game's overall look and feel. Through the course of the semester, we will: 1) briefly survey the history of media criticism, paying particular attention to how conventional understandings of terms such as "critique" and "effect" may or may not apply to video games; 2) examine research-informed case studies to learn and practice techniques for thinking about how and why game evaluation has developed as it has over the last half-century, as well as how it differs from the judgement of other forms of artistic expression; and 3) generate substantive original critiques of video games past and present.

Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Status
Closed
Enrollment
40 / 40
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 40 / 40
Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Status
Open
Enrollment
19 / 40
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 19 / 40
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Status
Open
Enrollment
2 / 10
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 2 / 10
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Status
Open
Enrollment
6 / 10
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 6 / 10
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Status
Open
Enrollment
2 / 10
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 2 / 10

PAH 240 – Some We Love, Some We Hate, Some We Eat: Global Perspectives on Human/Animal Relationships

Human and animal lives have always been intertwined, and animals are omnipresent in human society on both metaphorical and practical, material levels. Animals often play a central role in cultural metaphors and myths, but they are also physically present in homes and workplaces, and in local as well as global economies. Both levels in this complex web of relationships structure society in areas as varied as art, economy, entertainment, health, law, media, and science. However, the ways in which human society deals with its coexistence with animals, and the ways it interacts with, uses, and handles them; are complex and embedded in paradoxes that are often affected by structures of power. The purpose of this course is to stimulate critical reflections on different social constructions and the ethical and moral implications of human relationships with animals. Over the course of the semester we will: (1) examine the evolution of human/animal relationships over time, (2) consider the unique roles that different species play in human lives and the ways we treat them as a result, and (3) engage in interviews, personal reflections, argumentative essays, and research reports about human/animal relationships.

Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
2 / 40
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 2 / 40
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
13 / 40
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 13 / 40
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
2 / 40
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 2 / 40
Section
202
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 10
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 10
Section
202
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
1 / 10
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 1 / 10

PAH 260 – Asian Pacific American Cultures in Public Life

From Bruce Lee to Crazy Rich Asians, from General Tso's Chicken to Korean tacos, and from Yuri Kochiyama to Kamala Harris, Asian Pacific American (APA) cultures and public figures have transformed and been transformed by their relationship to other cultures in the United States. We will consider some of these notable examples as models and highlight how they represent public culture, connecting to contemporary debates in the field of Asian Pacific American studies. Course themes will include: the cultural construction of race; representations of APAs in the media; APA gender and sexuality; hybridity and multi-generational diasporas; consumption and APA food culture; politics of the model minority; collective APA action and urban cultures; and the culture of refugees and war. Methods of intercultural competence and public humanities, both key applied humanities approaches to engaging with a globalized world, will be introduced as frames through which these APA Studies themes can be understood and analyzed.

Section
001
Days
MoWe
Time
12:00 PM - 12:50 PM
Date
Aug 26 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
10 / 50
  • Days: MoWe
  • Time: 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 10 / 50
Section
001
Days
MoWe
Time
12:00 PM - 12:50 PM
Date
Aug 26 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
2 / 50
  • Days: MoWe
  • Time: 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 2 / 50
Section
001
Days
MoWe
Time
12:00 PM - 12:50 PM
Date
Aug 26 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
2 / 50
  • Days: MoWe
  • Time: 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 2 / 50

PAH 310 – Urban Multilingualism: An Introduction to Exploring Diverse Cities

Tucson is a multilingual city, an urban space in which many cultures and languages coexist, interact, and stake claims on inhabitants and space alike. This course seeks to clarify the distinctive characteristics of multilingual cities by focusing on Tucson and its heterogeneous cultural and linguistic context. Throughout the semester, we will use a variety of critical, theoretical, and cultural lenses to expand student understanding of the relationship between the spatial organization of a city and its linguistic profile. The course will balance readings and in-class/online discussions with guest lectures and off-campus field trips to help students develop the necessary tools and competences needed to engage with multilingualism in Tucson and in other large and diverse cities.

Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 40
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 40
Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
1 / 40
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 1 / 40
Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 40
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 40
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 10
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 10
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 10
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 10
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
1 / 10
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 1 / 10

PAH 320 – Working: The Rewards and Costs of Employment

This course is about work and what it does for people and to people. It examines the physical, psychological, and philosophical costs and challenges of employment and how they affect people's lives. Students will examine the overall impact of labor on the psyche and character of the worker, considering the key question, "What does the work do to the worker"?

Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
3 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 3 / 50
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
19 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 19 / 50

PAH 321 – Relationship-Based Fundraising: Donor Development in the Nonprofit Sector

The purpose of this course is to 1) introduce the fundamentals of relationship-based fundraising in the nonprofit sector, and 2) highlight the importance of humanities perspectives to meeting the world's social, economic, political, and environmental opportunities and challenges. Over the course of the semester we will: (1) unpack the concept of relationship-based fundraising through an overview of fundraising techniques, gaining a comprehensive understanding of the ways in which U.S. nonprofits in particular raise funds and why; (2) examine how a humanities-focused approach is invaluable to cultivating donor respect, passion, involvement, and dollars; and (3) survey a range of nonprofit organizations, focusing especially on those that seek to improve the public's quality of life at the local, state, national, and/or global levels.

Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
1 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 1 / 50

PAH 332 – Tabletop Games: Play, Culture, and Design of Board and Role-Playing Games

This course explores how tabletop and board games both reflect and influence the cultures they arise from. We begin the course by examining some of the earliest tabletop games and how they relate to the cultures from which they emerged. From this foundation, we then explore how modern tabletop games employ aesthetics, rules and mechanics to represent and shape relationships between players, as well as allowing players to take on different identities and master new skills. Throughout the course, we pay close attention to how game design choices communicate cultural values, histories, and beliefs and how we might redesign games to create new possibilities for players.

Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
16 / 40
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 16 / 40
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
3 / 40
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 3 / 40
Section
202
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
3 / 10
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 3 / 10
Section
202
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
2 / 10
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 2 / 10

PAH 350 – Health Humanities: Intercultural Perspectives

We are all participants in receiving and interpreting healthcare. This course will encourage and support the development of participants' abilities to gain expanded knowledge and to engage actively as critical, discerning, humane participants in the present and future delivery of healthcare and of health and wellness in any context. The course provides theory and practice in an inclusive and applied approach to humanities-based ways of thinking and knowing. We are all participants in receiving and interpreting healthcare, so all students are welcome. For students with the goals of advanced study in the health or other related professions: this course will enable you to provide healthcare, shape policy around it, or engage with health and wellness in other capacities in our globally connected world. As participants in the course you will engage with an inclusive, outward-facing, and applied discipline. You will be offered tools to improve transcultural communication skills by deep reading and reflection on core humanities approaches to the world of health and wellness and their interaction with global cultures.

We will use a mixture of discussions and small and whole group activities. Course activities may include active engagement in discussions online and in class, and critiquing a range of written texts, from those written by classroom peers to academic papers, literary texts of various kinds, or film narratives on health, wellness, and global understandings of those issues.

Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
16 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 16 / 50
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50

PAH 372 – Intercultural Competence: Culture, Identity, Adaptation, and Intercultural Relations
Writing Emphasis Course

This course provides students with an in depth discussion of the key concepts and factors that have led to the development of the field of intercultural competence and provides students with extensive background and reading so as to take a critical perspective on intercultural competence and its future for them in a globalized world.

Section
001
Days
TuTh
Time
08:00 AM - 09:15 AM
Date
Aug 26 - Dec 11
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
28 / 50
  • Days: TuTh
  • Time: 08:00 AM - 09:15 AM
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 28 / 50
Section
001
Days
TuTh
Time
08:00 AM - 09:15 AM
Date
Aug 26 - Dec 11
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
4 / 50
  • Days: TuTh
  • Time: 08:00 AM - 09:15 AM
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 4 / 50
Section
202
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
1 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 1 / 50

PAH 383 – Pre-Internship: Building Career Readiness

This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to search for, secure, participate in, and reflect on an internship in their chosen profession. The course is designed to help students both prepare for and maximize the undergraduate internship experience, as well as to bolster their confidence and understanding of the job market and careers that await them upon graduating from the university.

Section
001
Days
Tu
Time
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
Date
Aug 26 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
13 / 50
  • Days: Tu
  • Time: 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 13 / 50
Section
001
Days
Tu
Time
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
Date
Aug 26 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
13 / 50
  • Days: Tu
  • Time: 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 13 / 50
Section
001
Days
Tu
Time
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
Date
Aug 26 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
2 / 50
  • Days: Tu
  • Time: 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 2 / 50
Section
001
Days
Tu
Time
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
Date
Aug 26 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
2 / 50
  • Days: Tu
  • Time: 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 2 / 50
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Status
Open
Enrollment
7 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 7 / 50
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Oct 16
Status
Open
Enrollment
7 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Oct 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 7 / 50

PAH 420 – Innovation and the Human Condition: Learning How to Improve Life in the Community and Beyond

This course will equip students with the skills to use the humanities intellectual and analytical traditions to identify and pursue strategic responses to opportunities for innovation in the human condition. Over the course of the semester, students will draw on a range of humanities-based ways of seeing and doing to: 1) identify opportunities for improving the human condition at the community level and beyond; 2) analyze the cultural, political, and economic conditions that influence such opportunities; 3) design technological, industrial, and socio-cultural innovations that are directly responsive to these opportunities; and 4) develop strategic storylines that effectively convey the merits of these innovations to relevant stakeholders.

We will begin by forming small teams of student innovators. Each team will engage, experience, and internalize the course content through a series of activities and tasks that include: 1) identifying a community-based issue or opportunity that warrants an intervention; 2) analyzing the issue or opportunity through secondary research; 3) formulating an innovative strategy that is data-driven and based in the principles and concepts central to the humanities intellectual and analytical traditions; 4) refining and enhancing said innovative strategy through primary research; and 4) developing and delivering a multi-faceted presentation (visual, oral, written) of the strategy to a panel of experts.

Section
001
Days
TuTh
Time
02:00 PM - 03:15 PM
Date
Aug 26 - Dec 11
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
46 / 50
  • Days: TuTh
  • Time: 02:00 PM - 03:15 PM
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 46 / 50
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
3 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 3 / 50

PAH 493 – Internship

The internship consists of training and practice in an employment sector related to the students' desired career goals.

The contributions by the student intern to the partner agency are meant to be meaningful and substantive. Each 3-unit internship experience is individually designed to maximize student specific learning during the 120 contact hours. Internship activities can include completing projects or delivering services that require collaboration, research, analysis, summarizing data, writing, presenting work visually and orally, investigating, planning, organizing, problem solving, critical thinking, innovating, influencing, persuading, decision making, and networking.

The academic side of the internship course is designed to help students maximize the undergraduate internship experience. Students develop and build effective negotiation and communication skills, reflect on and analyze their current skill set, and situate their internship experience within a broader academic and professional context. To this end, assignments are practical and relevant to the course purpose, as students engage in thoughtful reflection and career planning.

Section
001
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
3 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 3 / 50
Section
001
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
3 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 3 / 50
Section
003
Days
Time
Date
Sep 30 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
2 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Sep 30 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 2 / 50
Section
003
Days
Time
Date
Sep 30 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
2 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Sep 30 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 2 / 50
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
103
Days
Time
Date
Nov 4 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Nov 4 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
103
Days
Time
Date
Nov 4 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Nov 4 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
202
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
202
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
203
Days
Time
Date
Sep 30 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Sep 30 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
203
Days
Time
Date
Sep 30 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Sep 30 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
203
Days
Time
Date
Nov 4 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Nov 4 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
203
Days
Time
Date
Nov 4 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Nov 4 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50

PAH 493H – Honors Internship
Honors Course

Specialized work for University Honors students on an individual basis, consisting of training and practice in actual service in a technical, business, or governmental establishment.

Section
001
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
001
Days
Time
Date
Aug 26 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50

PAH 498 – Senior Capstone

The Senior Capstone is a culminating experience for the BA in Applied Humanities, and focuses on helping students synthesize the learning and experiences they have accumulated while working on the degree. The course emphasizes broadly comprehensive knowledge about life skills and personal self-knowledge practices, and is intended to bolster student confidence for, and understanding of, possible life paths and careers that await them upon graduating from the University. Senior is standing required.

Section
001
Days
Tu
Time
09:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Date
Aug 26 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
21 / 50
  • Days: Tu
  • Time: 09:30 AM - 10:45 AM
  • Dates: Aug 26 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 21 / 50
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Oct 17 - Dec 11
Status
Open
Enrollment
4 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Oct 17 - Dec 11
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 4 / 50
Summer 2024
PAH

PAH 150A1 – Video Game Sights, Sounds and Stories

This course introduces and helps students to practice a set of critical skills developed specifically for understanding the socio-cultural impacts of video games. Over the course of the semester we will: 1) survey the history of video games and their industry, paying particular attention to how developers - and the technologies they deploy - shape the game medium; 2) unpack game sights, sounds, and stories, with an analytical eye toward their formal and ideological qualities; and 3) collaboratively examine video games as sites of cultural exchange, that is, as teaching and learning tools, playful companions, and complex social and physical stimuli.

Section
101
Days
Time
Date
May 13 - Jun 1
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
4 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: May 13 - Jun 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 4 / 25
Section
101
Days
Time
Date
May 13 - Jun 1
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
1 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: May 13 - Jun 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 1 / 25
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Jun 3 - Jul 3
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
3 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 3 / 25
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Jun 3 - Jul 3
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
2 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 2 / 25

PAH 150A2 – Weird Stuff: How to Think About the Supernatural, the Paranormal, and the Mysterious

Few claims seem to arouse more interest, evoke more emotion, and create more confusion than those dealing with the paranormal, the supernatural, or the mysterious. "Weird stuff", as it is often called; astrology, ghosts, fairies, ESP, psychokinesis, UFO abductions, channeling, dowsing, near-death experiences, prophetic dreams, demon possession, time travel, and parapsychology, among others clearly defies conventional wisdom and understanding, yet belief in them is a widespread component of human culture, often exerting a profound effect on people's lives. Why are such unusual beliefs part of the human experience for so many? Why do some people find such phenomena to be compelling, while others reject them outright? How do we decide which claims are credible? What distinguishes rational from irrational claims? This course is designed to help students answer such questions, to understand why people believe weird stuff, and through that process become more empathetic and independent thinkers and learners.

Section
101
Days
Time
Date
May 13 - Jun 1
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
7 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: May 13 - Jun 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 7 / 25
Section
101
Days
Time
Date
May 13 - Jun 1
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
8 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: May 13 - Jun 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 8 / 25

PAH 150A3 – The Great Outdoors: Improving Health, Wellness, and Creativity by Living Life Outside

From physicians to neuroscientists to poets and songwriters, people around the world have long written about how even brief immersion in nature can improve the human condition. This course will explore these writings and what they have to tell us about understanding human experience and our interface with the natural world. Using applied humanities approaches and a variety of texts, our goal will be to develop real-world applications of insight, perspective, critical understanding, discernment, and creativity about the place and importance of nature in human experience. Over the course of the semester we will: (1) read and critically analyze writing by and about people who have found creative and innovative approaches to express and/or measure how immersion in nature makes humans healthier; (2) engage in reflective projects that open pathways to developing one's own creativity and imagination for personal and community applications of nature immersion; and (3) design an applied project focused on assessing how ideas for nature immersion might be implemented in real-world settings. Students will use project management and planning methods to write a project description, carry out an initial pilot version of the project, report on steps they have accomplished, and write a critical analysis of their project.

Section
101
Days
Time
Date
May 13 - Jun 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
18 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: May 13 - Jun 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 18 / 25
Section
101
Days
Time
Date
May 13 - Jun 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
24 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: May 13 - Jun 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 24 / 25
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Jun 3 - Jul 3
Status
Open
Enrollment
13 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 13 / 25
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Jun 3 - Jul 3
Status
Open
Enrollment
8 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 8 / 25
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Jul 8 - Aug 7
Status
Open
Enrollment
4 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jul 8 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 4 / 25
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Jul 8 - Aug 7
Status
Open
Enrollment
4 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jul 8 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 4 / 25
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Jun 3 - Jul 3
Status
Open
Enrollment
8 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 8 / 25
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Jun 3 - Jul 3
Status
Open
Enrollment
13 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 13 / 25
Section
202
Days
Time
Date
Jul 8 - Aug 7
Status
Open
Enrollment
4 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jul 8 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 4 / 25

PAH 160D2 – Living the Good Life: Humanities Perspectives on Culture and Community

This interdisciplinary course analyzes myths and cosmologies that reflect various societal approaches to the grand mysteries of life as represented in language, culture, and narratives. Beginning with an overview of myth as a moving force in life, students generate a list of grand mysteries to pursue answers that explore the past, present, and future. Select texts analyzing myth as well as works of fiction and contemporary film and television will round out the course as students work toward analyzing their own cosmology, a chosen mythology, or develop their own unique mythology for the digital age. Particular emphasis will be paid to myths and cosmologies of groups in conflict and an analysis of the clash resulting from competing perspectives.

Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Jun 3 - Jul 3
Status
Open
Enrollment
3 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 3 / 25
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Jun 3 - Jul 3
Status
Open
Enrollment
3 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 3 / 25
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Jun 3 - Jul 3
Status
Open
Enrollment
3 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 3 / 25
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Jun 3 - Jul 3
Status
Open
Enrollment
3 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 3 / 25

PAH 160D3 – Memes: The Art and Craft of Microstorytelling

Most everyone is familiar with memes: Gangnam Style music videos, the Success Baby, Rickrolling, Pepe the Frog, and other images, text, and sounds that serve as storytelling shorthand in today's digital world. Memes are not an entirely digital phenomenon, however. On the contrary, they have a deep history within the context of human ideas and expression. In this course, we will explore the concept of the meme and the practice of meming, beginning with pre-digital examples and extending up through the most current instances. We will consider a variety of theories behind this kind of microstorytelling, as well as its craft, leading to the creation of meme portfolios and predictions about future forms of human expression.

Section
101
Days
Time
Date
May 13 - Jun 1
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
4 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: May 13 - Jun 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 4 / 25
Section
101
Days
Time
Date
May 13 - Jun 1
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
4 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: May 13 - Jun 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 4 / 25
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Jun 3 - Jul 3
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
6 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 6 / 25
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Jun 3 - Jul 3
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
9 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 9 / 25
Section
103
Days
Time
Date
Jul 8 - Aug 7
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
5 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jul 8 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 5 / 25
Section
103
Days
Time
Date
Jul 8 - Aug 7
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
4 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jul 8 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 4 / 25
Section
104
Days
MoTuTh
Time
08:40 AM - 10:20 AM
Date
Jun 3 - Jul 25
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 25
  • Days: MoTuTh
  • Time: 08:40 AM - 10:20 AM
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 25
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 25
Section
104
Days
MoTuTh
Time
08:40 AM - 10:20 AM
Date
Jun 3 - Jul 25
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 25
  • Days: MoTuTh
  • Time: 08:40 AM - 10:20 AM
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 25
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 25
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Jun 3 - Jul 3
Instructor
Status
Closed
Enrollment
9 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 3
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 9 / 25
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Jun 3 - Jul 3
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
6 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 6 / 25
Section
202
Days
Time
Date
Jul 8 - Aug 7
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
5 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jul 8 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 5 / 25
Section
202
Days
Time
Date
Jul 8 - Aug 7
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
4 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jul 8 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 4 / 25

PAH 160D5 – Bedtime: Exploring the Cultures and Practices of Sleep

The need for sleep is ubiquitous and part of everyday existence. Like many things that are part of our routine, however, we rarely take time to consider sleep critically: Why do we sleep? Is sleep different from culture to culture? In what ways is sleep made valuable (or not)? And what's with dreaming? These and many other questions are at the heart of this course. Over the course of the semester, we will probe modern and historical humanities archives for artifacts related to sleep. By examining the ways human beings have come to represent sleep through a wide variety of cultural practices (e.g., rituals, popular culture, art, etc.), we will explore the connections between sleep and creativity, the role sleep plays in the formation and maintenance of social and cultural institutions, and sleep's changing relationship to the human condition generally. The goal, ultimately, is to imagine what sleep's future holds.

Section
101
Days
Time
Date
May 13 - Jun 1
Status
Open
Enrollment
19 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: May 13 - Jun 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 19 / 25
Section
101
Days
Time
Date
May 13 - Jun 1
Status
Closed
Enrollment
25 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: May 13 - Jun 1
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 25 / 25
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Jun 3 - Jul 3
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 25
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Jun 3 - Jul 3
Status
Open
Enrollment
14 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 14 / 25
Section
102
Days
Time
Date
Jun 3 - Jul 3
Status
Closed
Enrollment
25 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 3
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 25 / 25
Section
103
Days
Time
Date
Jul 8 - Aug 7
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 5
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jul 8 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 5
Section
103
Days
Time
Date
Jul 8 - Aug 7
Status
Closed
Enrollment
5 / 5
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jul 8 - Aug 7
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 5 / 5
Section
103
Days
Time
Date
Jul 8 - Aug 7
Status
Closed
Enrollment
5 / 5
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jul 8 - Aug 7
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 5 / 5
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Jun 3 - Jul 3
Status
Open
Enrollment
14 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 14 / 25
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Jun 3 - Jul 3
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 25
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Jun 3 - Jul 3
Status
Closed
Enrollment
25 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 3
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 25 / 25
Section
203
Days
Time
Date
Jul 8 - Aug 7
Status
Closed
Enrollment
5 / 5
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jul 8 - Aug 7
  • Status: Closed
  • Enrollment: 5 / 5
Section
203
Days
Time
Date
Jul 8 - Aug 7
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 5
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jul 8 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 5

PAH 220 – Collaboration: A Humanities Perspective

This course explores how collaborative endeavors are influenced by culture, identity, and diversity. Drawing from the linguistic, cultural, and philosophical traditions of the humanities, we will study what it means to function effectively as part of a diverse collaborative, from small, informal communities to large, formal organizations. In contrast to the largely empirical epistemologies and methodologies of the hard and social sciences, we will approach the concept of collaboration as a subject and reflection of the human condition, considering the different cultural elements that influence cooperation and the meanings human beings derive from cooperation. We will explore how cultural and personal concepts such as power distance, individualism, gender roles, and orientation to time, tasks, and relationships shape collaboration. Course topics include the qualities of diverse collaboratives, the relationship of cultural diversity to collaboration, questions of personality and identity in the workplace, and leadership and assessment in a multicultural context. In addition, the course will seek to enhance understanding of how dominant institutional and cultural forces impose themselves on collaborative endeavors, disadvantaging certain groups such as women, racial/ethnic minorities, people with disabilities, and people with a lower-power socioeconomic status.

Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Jul 8 - Aug 7
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jul 8 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 25
Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Jul 8 - Aug 7
Status
Open
Enrollment
7 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jul 8 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 7 / 25
Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Jul 8 - Aug 7
Status
Open
Enrollment
5 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jul 8 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 5 / 25
Section
202
Days
Time
Date
Jul 8 - Aug 7
Status
Open
Enrollment
7 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jul 8 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 7 / 25
Section
202
Days
Time
Date
Jul 8 - Aug 7
Status
Open
Enrollment
5 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jul 8 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 5 / 25

PAH 320 – Working: The Rewards and Costs of Employment

This course is about work and what it does for people and to people. It examines the physical, psychological, and philosophical costs and challenges of employment and how they affect people's lives. Students will examine the overall impact of labor on the psyche and character of the worker, considering the key question, "What does the work do to the worker"?

Section
101
Days
Time
Date
May 13 - Jun 1
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
5 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: May 13 - Jun 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 5 / 25
Section
101
Days
Time
Date
May 13 - Jun 1
Instructor
Status
Open
Enrollment
2 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: May 13 - Jun 1
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 2 / 25
Section
103
Days
Time
Date
Jul 8 - Aug 7
Status
Open
Enrollment
1 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jul 8 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 1 / 25
Section
203
Days
Time
Date
Jul 8 - Aug 7
Status
Open
Enrollment
1 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jul 8 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 1 / 25

PAH 372 – Intercultural Competence: Culture, Identity, Adaptation, and Intercultural Relations
Writing Emphasis Course

This course provides students with an in depth discussion of the key concepts and factors that have led to the development of the field of intercultural competence and provides students with extensive background and reading so as to take a critical perspective on intercultural competence and its future for them in a globalized world.

Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Jun 3 - Jul 3
Status
Open
Enrollment
9 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 9 / 25
Section
101
Days
Time
Date
Jun 3 - Jul 3
Status
Open
Enrollment
15 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 15 / 25
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Jun 3 - Jul 3
Status
Open
Enrollment
9 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 9 / 25
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
Jun 3 - Jul 3
Status
Open
Enrollment
15 / 25
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 15 / 25

PAH 493 – Internship

The internship consists of training and practice in an employment sector related to the students' desired career goals.

The contributions by the student intern to the partner agency are meant to be meaningful and substantive. Each 3-unit internship experience is individually designed to maximize student specific learning during the 120 contact hours. Internship activities can include completing projects or delivering services that require collaboration, research, analysis, summarizing data, writing, presenting work visually and orally, investigating, planning, organizing, problem solving, critical thinking, innovating, influencing, persuading, decision making, and networking.

The academic side of the internship course is designed to help students maximize the undergraduate internship experience. Students develop and build effective negotiation and communication skills, reflect on and analyze their current skill set, and situate their internship experience within a broader academic and professional context. To this end, assignments are practical and relevant to the course purpose, as students engage in thoughtful reflection and career planning.

Section
001
Days
Time
Date
May 13 - Aug 7
Status
Open
Enrollment
3 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: May 13 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 3 / 50
Section
001
Days
Time
Date
May 13 - Aug 7
Status
Open
Enrollment
2 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: May 13 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 2 / 50
Section
001
Days
Time
Date
May 13 - Aug 7
Status
Open
Enrollment
2 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: May 13 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 2 / 50
Section
001
Days
Time
Date
May 13 - Aug 7
Status
Open
Enrollment
3 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: May 13 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 3 / 50
Section
001
Days
Time
Date
Jun 3 - Aug 7
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
001
Days
Time
Date
Jun 3 - Aug 7
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
001
Days
Time
Date
Jun 3 - Aug 7
Status
Open
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0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
001
Days
Time
Date
Jun 3 - Aug 7
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
002
Days
Time
Date
Jul 8 - Aug 7
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jul 8 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
002
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Time
Date
Jul 8 - Aug 7
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jul 8 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
002
Days
Time
Date
Jul 8 - Aug 7
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jul 8 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
002
Days
Time
Date
Jul 8 - Aug 7
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jul 8 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
003
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Time
Date
Jun 3 - Jul 3
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
003
Days
Time
Date
Jun 3 - Jul 3
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
003
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Time
Date
Jun 3 - Jul 3
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
003
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Time
Date
Jun 3 - Jul 3
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
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  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
004
Days
Time
Date
May 13 - Jun 28
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: May 13 - Jun 28
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
004
Days
Time
Date
May 13 - Jun 28
Status
Open
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0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: May 13 - Jun 28
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
004
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Time
Date
May 13 - Jun 28
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Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: May 13 - Jun 28
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
004
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Time
Date
May 13 - Jun 28
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: May 13 - Jun 28
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
005
Days
Time
Date
Jul 1 - Aug 16
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jul 1 - Aug 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
005
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Time
Date
Jul 1 - Aug 16
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
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  • Dates: Jul 1 - Aug 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
005
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Time
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Jul 1 - Aug 16
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Open
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0 / 50
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  • Dates: Jul 1 - Aug 16
  • Status: Open
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Section
005
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Time
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Jul 1 - Aug 16
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Open
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0 / 50
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  • Time:
  • Dates: Jul 1 - Aug 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
May 13 - Aug 7
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
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  • Dates: May 13 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
201
Days
Time
Date
May 13 - Aug 7
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Open
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0 / 50
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  • Dates: May 13 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
201
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Time
Date
May 13 - Aug 7
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Open
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0 / 50
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  • Dates: May 13 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
201
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Time
Date
May 13 - Aug 7
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Open
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0 / 50
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  • Dates: May 13 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
201
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Time
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Jun 3 - Aug 7
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Open
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0 / 50
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  • Dates: Jun 3 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
201
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Time
Date
Jun 3 - Aug 7
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Open
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0 / 50
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  • Dates: Jun 3 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
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Section
201
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Date
Jun 3 - Aug 7
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Open
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0 / 50
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  • Dates: Jun 3 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
201
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Time
Date
Jun 3 - Aug 7
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Open
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0 / 50
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  • Dates: Jun 3 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
202
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Time
Date
Jun 3 - Jul 3
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Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
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  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
202
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Time
Date
Jun 3 - Jul 3
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
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  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
202
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Jun 3 - Jul 3
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
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  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
202
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Time
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Jun 3 - Jul 3
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jun 3 - Jul 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
203
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Time
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Jul 8 - Aug 7
Status
Open
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0 / 50
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  • Dates: Jul 8 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
203
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Jul 8 - Aug 7
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Open
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0 / 50
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  • Dates: Jul 8 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
203
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Jul 8 - Aug 7
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Open
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0 / 50
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  • Dates: Jul 8 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
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Section
203
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Jul 8 - Aug 7
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Open
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0 / 50
  • Days:
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  • Dates: Jul 8 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
204
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Time
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May 13 - Jun 28
Status
Open
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0 / 50
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  • Dates: May 13 - Jun 28
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
204
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Time
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May 13 - Jun 28
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Open
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0 / 50
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  • Status: Open
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Section
204
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May 13 - Jun 28
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Open
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0 / 50
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  • Status: Open
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Section
204
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Time
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May 13 - Jun 28
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Open
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0 / 50
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  • Dates: May 13 - Jun 28
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
204
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Time
Date
May 13 - Jun 28
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Open
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0 / 50
  • Days:
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  • Dates: May 13 - Jun 28
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
204
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Time
Date
May 13 - Jun 28
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Open
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0 / 50
  • Days:
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  • Dates: May 13 - Jun 28
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
205
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Time
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Jul 1 - Aug 16
Status
Open
Enrollment
0 / 50
  • Days:
  • Time:
  • Dates: Jul 1 - Aug 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
205
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Time
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Jul 1 - Aug 16
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Open
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0 / 50
  • Days:
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  • Dates: Jul 1 - Aug 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
205
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Time
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Jul 1 - Aug 16
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Open
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0 / 50
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  • Dates: Jul 1 - Aug 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50
Section
205
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Jul 1 - Aug 16
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Open
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0 / 50
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  • Status: Open
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Section
205
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Jul 1 - Aug 16
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Open
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0 / 50
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  • Dates: Jul 1 - Aug 16
  • Status: Open
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Section
205
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Jul 1 - Aug 16
Status
Open
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  • Dates: Jul 1 - Aug 16
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 50

PAH 493H – Honors Internship
Honors Course

Specialized work for University Honors students on an individual basis, consisting of training and practice in actual service in a technical, business, or governmental establishment.

Section
001
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May 13 - Aug 7
Status
Open
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0 / 5
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  • Dates: May 13 - Aug 7
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 0 / 5
Section
001
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  • Status: Open
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Section
001
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  • Status: Open
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Section
001
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May 13 - Aug 7
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001
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May 13 - Aug 7
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  • Status: Open
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Section
001
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Time
Date
May 13 - Aug 7
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Open
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