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signature coursesSchool of Arts and Sciences Signature Courses are foundational courses covering engaging topics of grand intellectual sweep and enduring importance. They are designed and taught by our renowned scholars and scientists who are not only recognized for their specialized research but are also eloquent and demanding award-winning teachers. Each course is made up of a combination of capacious lectures by faculty and small discussion sections led by graduate students from our nationally ranked graduate programs. They establish a common basis for intellectual exchange and define us as the School of Arts and Sciences (SAS) community of students and scholars working together.
01:450:250 (4 Credits)
Core: 21C, SCL
Professor D. Asher Ghertner, Geography
dataData 101
01:198:142 and 01:960:142 (4 credits)
Core: 21C, QQ or QR, ITR
Professor Tomasz Imielinski, Computer Science
ecologicalThe Global Ecological Imagination
01:195:220 (4 credits)
Core: 21C, AHo
Professor Jorge T. Marcone, Spanish and Portuguese, Comparative Literature
colorlinesColor-Lines and Borderlands
Fall 2017
01:595:202 (4 credits)
Core: 21C, AHo
Professor Nelson Maldonado-Torres, Latino and Caribbean Studies, Comparative Literature
SunKingSAS shutterstock 40559764 100x100The Arts of Power: Ritual, Myth, and Propaganda from the Age of Augustus to the World of Wikileaks
01:510:245 (4 Credits)
Core: HST, SCL
Professor Alastair Bellany, History
25716229 Global East Asia
Fall 2017
01:098:250 (4 credits)
Core: 21C, HST, SCL
Professor Paul Schalow,
Asian Languages and Cultures

normalityabnormalitysquareNormality and Abnormality
01:920:240 (4 credits)
Core: 21C, SCL, WCd
Professor Allan Horwitz or
Deborah Carr, Sociology

russia Russia: Between Empire and Nation
01:860:272 (4 credits)
Core: 21C
Professor Edyta Bojanowska, Russian Literature

ss conservation.squareConservation
01:450:214 (4 credits)
Core: 21C, SCL
Professor Richard Schroeder, Geography
ss energy.squareEnergy and Climate Change
01:556:143 (4 credits)
Core: 21C, NS 
Professor Alan Goldman, Chemistry

Once Upon Time SquareOnce Upon A Time
01:350:200 (4 credits)
Core: AHp
Professor Chris Iannini, English
ss crator.squareExtinction
Fall 2017
01:070:111 (4 credits)
Core: 21C, NS, SCL
Professor Rob Scott, Anthropology
PastToday100x100 Past Today:
Why Conflicts Endure

01:195:270 (3 credits)
Core: 21C, AHo, AHp
Professor Richard Serrano, French, Comparative Literature
HumanDiversity100x100 Human Nature and
Human Diversity

01:730/185:253 (4 credits)
Core: 21C, AHo
Professor Stephen Stich,
Philosophy, Cognitive Science
ReligionsNow squareReligions Now: 21st Century Controversies
Fall 2017
01:840:105 (4 credits)
Core: 21C, AHo
Professors Tia Kolbaba and Joseph Williams, Religion
shutterstock_57611206_r1Sea Change: The Rise and Fall of Sea Level and the Jersey Shore
Fall 2017
01:460:110 (3 credits)
Core: 21C, NS
Professor Kenneth Miller, Earth and Planetary Sciences
coming Apocalypse The Coming Apocalypse
Fall 2017
01:358:205 (4 credits)
Core: 21C, AHp
Professor Richard Miller, English
AmericanDream squareThe American Dream
01:050:210 (4 credits)
Core: 21C, AHp
Professor Louis P. Masur, American Studies and History

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