CROSS-DISCIPLINARY STUDY AREA COURSES – FALL 2012
Courses with Asian Studies Focus/Components
Course Number Section Course Title Meeting Time (Days and Times) Professor
ARTH 220 01 Rock, Paper, Sword: The Media of the Ancient and Medieval World MW 6:00 - 7:50 Lucchesi
ASIA 200 01 Intro to Asian Studies MW 6:00 - 7:50 Gong
ASIA 493 01 Asian Studies SMP TBD TBD
ASIA 494 01 Asian Studies SMP TBD TBD
ASIA 305 (Cross-listed with HIST 354) 01 Chinese Film and History MW 2:40 - 4:30 Musgrove
ASIA 399 01 Independent Study TBD Nyugen
ECON 372 01 Economics of Developing Countries  TR 2:00 - 3:50 Dowla
ECON 377 01 Chinese Economies MWF 8:00 - 9:15 Ye
ENGL 410 03 Tale of Genji TR 12:00 - 1:50 Wilson
HIST 354 (Cross-listed with ASIA 305) 01 History of Japan to 1600 MWF 10:40 - 11:50 Musgrove
HIST 394 01 Chinese Film and History MW 2:40 - 4:30 Musgrove
ILCC 101 01 Elementary Chinese I MWF 10:40 - 11:50 Fu
ILCC 102 02 Elementary Chinese II MWF 1:20 - 2:30 Fu
ILCC 202 01 Intermediate Chinese II MWF 12:00 - 1:20 Fu
ILCC 362 01 Chinese Literature I MW 2:40 - 4:30 Gong
PHIL 380 01 Meditation and the Mind TR 12:00 - 1:50 Park
RELG 350 01 Islam in the Modern World MWF 1:20 - 2:30 Basaran
RELG 355 01 Women in Islam MWF 12:00 - 1:10 Basaran
TFMS 210 01 Japanese Performance Traditions MWF 1:20 - 2:30 Blumner
TFMS 220 01 Intro to Film & Media Studies TR 2:00 - 3:50 Klein
TFMS 221 01 Film and Media Production Modes TR 12:00 - 1:50 Ellsworth
TFMS 325 01 Documentary Practices TR 10:00 - 11:50 Klein
Courses with Democracy Studies Focus/Components
Course Number Section Course Title Meeting Time (Days and Times) Professor
ECON 372 01 Economics of Developing Countires T-R 2-3:50 Dowla
EDUC206 01 Child in America MWF 9:20-10:30 Johnson
HIST 200 01 U.S. History, 1776-1980  M-W 6-7:50 Staff
HIST 219 01 Colonial American Survey MWF 1:20-2:30 Cohen
HIST 324 01 Women in Modern Western History T-R 10-11:50 Savage
HIST 382 01 Roman Empire MWF 9:20-10:30 Hall
HIST 475 01 HIST 475 -- Topics in Comparative, Thematic, or Global History T-R 6-7:50 Savage
ILAS 200 01 Democracy in Latin America T-R 12-1:50 Rogachevshy
ILCS 365 01 Creating for Social Change T-R 6-7:50 Rogachevshy
MUST 301 01 Interpreting History to the Public M-W 2:40-4:30 Nosek
PHIL 410 01 Social and Political Philosophy M-W 2:40-4:30 Boros
POSC 201 01 American Politics MWF 12-1:10 Sappleton
POSC 252 01 Comparative Politics M-W 2:40-4:30 Sappleton
POSC 252 02 Comparative Politics T-R 10-11:50 Shafqat
POSC 262 01 Democratic Political Thought MWF 9:20-10:30 Boros
POSC 262 02 Democratic Political Thought M-W 2:40-4:30 Cain
POSC 269 01 International Politics MWF 9:20-10:30 Fehrs
POSC 269 02 International Politics MWF 12-1:10 Staff
POSC 303 01 Laws, Courts, and Judges MWF 10:40-11:50 Grogan
POSC 348 01 Parties and Elections MWF 1:20-2:30 Grogan
SOCI 329 01 Sociology of War and Peace M-W 6-7:50 Hicks
SOCI 347 01 Sociology of Race and Ethnicity T-R 10-11:50 Daugherty
Courses with Environmental Studies Focus/Components
Course Number Section Course Title Meeting Time (Days and Times) Professor
ANTH 243 01 Biological Anthropology TR 6:00-7:50 Samford
ANTH 281 01 Archaelology and Pre-Hiatory MWF 8:00-9:10 King
ART 105 02 Introduction to Visual Thinking MW 6:00-8:30 Friebele
BIOL 101 01 Contemporary Bioscience with an environmental focus TR 10:00-12:00;  Lab T 1:00-:50 Hatch
BIOL 380 03 Topics in Biology: Invasion Ecology TR 10:00-11:50; Lab T 1:00-3:50 Staff
BIOL 463 01 Ecology of Coastal Systems TR 8:00-9:50; Lab R 1:00-3:50 Tanner
ECON 350 01 Environmental Economics MWF 12:00-1:10 Staff
ECON 372 01 Economics of Developing Countries TR 2:00-3:50 Dowla
ENGL 130 01 Literary Topics: Reading Nature MWF 9:20-10:30 Chandler
ENGL 410 01 Studies in Authors: Faulkner, Cather, Hurston MWF 12:00-1:10 Chandler
ENST 233 01 Environmental Perspectives (a two-credit course) T 12:00-1:10 Takacs
ENST 233 02 Environmental Perspectives (a two-credit course) R 12:00-1:10 Takacs
ENST 450 01 Environmental Science in the Classroom TR 2:00-3:50 Takacs
IDIS 380 01 GIS Applications MW 6:00-7:50; Lab W 7:50-9:20 Linn
RELG 380 01 Religion and Ecology MW 6:00-7:50 Von Kellenbach
Courses with Museum Studies Focus/Components
Course Number Section Course Title Meeting Time (Days and Times) Professor
ANTH357 01 Archaeological Analysis/Curation TTH 2-3:50 PM Hurry
ARTH306 01 AmericanArt MW 2:40-4:30 PM Lucchesi
HIST360 01 Early African Civilization MWF 12-1:10 PM Dennie
HIST382 01 History of Roman Republic & Empire MWF 9:20-10:30 AM Hall
HIST430 01 Maryland Research Seminar   MWF 12:00 - 1:10 PM Cohen
MUST301 01 InterpretingHistory to Public MW 2:40-4:30 PM Nosek
MUST390 01 Post & Beam TTH 2-3:50 PM Rivers
Courses with Neuroscience Studies Focus/Components
Course Number Section Course Title Meeting Time (Days and Times) Professor
BIOL 305 01 Animal Behavior MWF 8:00-9:10; lab W 1:20-4:10 Price
BIOL 436 01 Comparative Animal Physiology MWF 10:40-11:50; lab M 1:20-4:10 Hatch
CHEM 420 01 Biochemistry I MWF 8:00-9:10 Streu
CHEM 420 02 Biochemistry I MWF 1:20-2:30 STAFF
CHEM 420L 01 Biochemistry I Lab W 1:20-4:30 Streu
CHEM 420L 02 Biochemistry I Lab R 8:40-11:50 STAFF
CHEM 420L 03 Biochemistry I Lab R 12:40-3:50 STAFF
NEUR 301 01 Seminar in the Neurosciences R 12:00-1:50 Brady
NEUR 303 01 Advanced Seminar in the Neurosciences R 12:00-1:50 Brady
PSYC 312 01 Sensation & Perception MWF 10:40-11:50 Hiris
PSYC 314 01 Drugs, Brains and Behavior MW 2:40-4:30 Bailey
PSYC 422 01 Biological Psychology MWF 9:20-10:30 Brady
PSYC 422L 01 Biological Psychology Lab W 2:40-4:30 Brady
PSYC 422L 02 Biological Psychology Lab R 2:00-3:50 Brady
Courses with Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies Focus/Components
Course Number Section Course Title Meeting Time (Days and Times) Professor
ANTH336 01 The Cultured Body MWF 9:20 Ford
ARTH331 01 Latin American Art of 20th Century:  Art and Revolution in Latin America TR 6 Cash
ARTH382 01 Sexuality and Modernity TR 12 Lucchesi
ASIA305 01 Chinese Film and History MW 2:40 Musgrove
ENGL365 02 Studies in American Literature:  American Gothic TR 10 Wooley
ENGL410 01 Studies in Authors:  Faulkner, Cather, & Hurston MWF 12 Chandler
HIST324 01 Women in Modern Western History TR 10 Savage
HIST394 01 Topics in Asian, African, Lat Am History:  Chinese Film and History MW 2:40 Musgrove
HIST394 02 Topics in Asian, African, Lat Am History:  Art and Revolution in Latin America TR 6 Cash
HIST435 02 Topics in  European History:  Revolution, Sex, and Absinthe:  France from the Second Empire through WWI TR 12 Adams
ILCF363 01 Topics French Lit II:  19th and 20th Century Fantasies of "la femme fatale" MW 2:40 Gantz
ILCT293 01 Intro to Cultural Studies T 2-3:50 Ballesteros
PHEC167 01 Self-Defense against Sexual Assault T 4-5:50 Gentry
PHEC167 02 Self-Defense against Sexual Assault T 6-7:50 Gentry
PHIL325 01 Feminism and Philosophy MWF 10:40 Emerick
PHIL380 01 Philosophical Topics:  Nitzsche and Foucault TR 12 Schroeder
PSYC356 01 Psychology of Women TR 10 Tickle
RELG310 01 Ascetics, Saints, & Sinners TR 8 Krondorfer
RELG318 01 Feminism and Religion MW 2:40 Von Kellenbach
RELG350 01 Islam in Modern World MWF 1:20 Basaran
RELG355 01 Women in Islam MWF 12 Basaran
RELG380 02 Relgious Topics:  Masculinity in Christianty and Judaism TR 2 Krondorfer
SOCI230 01 Sociology of Gender MWF 9:20 A. Cognard-Black
TFMS210 01 Japanese Performance Traditions MWF 1:20 Blumner
TFMS220 01 Intro to Film and Media Studies TR 2 Klein
TFMS325 01 Documentary Practices TR 10 Klein
TFMS422 01 Horror Film:   Of Monsters and Monstrosities MW 2:40 Rhoda
WGSX220 01 Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies TR 2 B. Stanton