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Voyage Label: Spring 2014

  • Nutrition Around the World (1)

    Study of the science of human nutrition provides a relevant and fascinating way to familiarize students with fundamental biological principles that will be useful to them in their daily lives. […]

  • Biology for the New Millennium

    Biology for the New Millennium is designed to familiarize non-scientists with the dramatic developments taking place in biology. These scientific advances are already impacting our lives in surprising ways, and […]

  • Introduction to Comparative Politics (1)

    This course is an introduction to the nature and scope of comparative political analysis, the structure of political systems, and theories which explain their function or dysfunction. Selected regional and […]

  • Theories of International Relations

    The post-colonial age has been characterized by two contradictory tendencies: economic integration (globalization) and political fragmentation.  The first has promoted international economic growth, but the benefits of that growth have […]

  • Introduction to Theatre (1)

    Students will learn to recognize how storytelling and meaning are constructed in the universal language of theatre. Play texts, films, collaborative group work and lectures will be used to examine all aspects […]

  • Acting I: A Universal Vocabulary

    Students will learn the fundamental demands of the acting process and how these elements pertain to their communication techniques both on and beyond the stage. Student actors will engage in focus and […]

  • International Short Story

    As a form of literature, the short story is among the richest. With its sharp focus, usually on one character or incident, the short story provides lasting insight and enduring […]

  • Studies in Poetry

    “If I feel physically as if the top of my head were taken off, I know that is poetry,” writes Emily Dickinson. As one of the most compressed art forms, […]

  • Drawing at Sea (section 1)

    This beginning drawing class is designed to teach students the skills of observation, to introduce them to different mark-making techniques and to encourage exploration of different drawing materials.  Early in […]

  • Drawing at Sea (section 2)

    This beginning drawing class is designed to teach students the skills of observation, to introduce them to different mark-making techniques and to encourage exploration of different drawing materials.  Early in […]

  • Introduction to Oceanography

    Early ocean exploration and the development of the science of oceanography; tools and technology for ocean exploration; the origin and evolution of the Earth and its oceans; continental drift, seafloor spreading and […]

  • Geological Hazards

    The distribution, recognition, evaluation, and impacts of geologic hazards. Plate tectonics, earthquakes and faulting; volcanism, asteroid impacts, and tsunamis; landslides and mass movements; coastal erosion and inundation; subsidence, settlement and […]

  • Human Impacts on Coastal Environments

    An investigation of the impacts that the human population has had on the coastal zone and also the ways in which the coastal processes and hazard impact human settlement. The […]

  • International Human Rights

    Human rights have become the dominant moral language of our time. Rights are used to help build civil society, to establish international law, to give the oppressed hope, and even […]

  • Ending Deadly Conflict

    This course uses historical case studies to identify practical ways to end conflict and build sustainable peace. It is concerned with the vulnerability of the weak, failed and collapsed states, […]


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