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Voyage Label: Summer 2012

  • New Topics in Media Studies: Environmental Communications

    This course will examine the role of communication in influencing the ways in which we understand the environment. Much of the debate over the environment occurs in the “public sphere” […]

  • International Marketing

    This course builds on Principles of Marketing, taking an environmental systems approach to doing business outside one’s home market. This requires study of socio-cultural, economic, political, legal, technological, and competitive […]

  • Survey of Architectural History

    Architecture is the one art form that is inescapable as it provides the environment for our daily lives. Through analysis of architectural history’s “greatest hits” we will examine how architecture […]

  • Introduction to Transnational American Studies: Comparative Mediterraneanisms

    This comparative and interdisciplinary course focuses on the encounter between (U.S.-) Americans and the Mediterranean as represented in literature and film. Working across a range of historical periods, we will […]

  • Food, Gender, and Culture

    We are constituted as human beings by the food we eat as well as by what we consider food. This course uses a cross-cultural perspective to explore the ways in […]

  • Family Community Utopia

    What does it take to create a viable society? How do people with different cultures and economies draw on their ideas, customs and resources to develop systems of social, community […]

  • Anthropology of Aging

    Aging is a universal human experience, but human longevity, the rhythms of the life-course, and the qualities of later life, vary enormously from one culture to another. This course explores […]

  • Social & Cultural Anthropology: African Diaspora

    The concept “African diaspora” refers to the groupings of diverse peoples and cultures that have retained a consciousness of shared origins and are identified as part of a cultural and […]

  • Survey in Architectural History

    Architecture is the one art form that is inescapable as it provides the environment for our daily lives. Through analysis of architectural history’s “greatest hits” we will examine how architecture […]

  • Visual Architecture

    *** This course is Cross-Listed with ARTH 3559. Do not register for this class, but register for ARTH 3559**** This course will explore the visual culture of the many peoples […]

  • New Course in the History of Art: Visual Culture

    This course will explore the visual culture of the many peoples who occupy the lands bordering the Mediterranean. We will consider the ancient world of Greece and Rome, which laid […]

  • Travel Sketchbook (Section 1)

    This course will focus on developing drawing skills and observational strategies for keeping a travel sketchbook. Students will be asked to consider and explore through drawing the individual character and […]

  • Travel Sketchbook (Section 2)

    This course will focus on developing drawing skills and observational strategies for keeping a travel sketchbook. Students will be asked to consider and explore through drawing the individual character and […]

  • Marine Biology

    This course is an introduction to organisms living in saltwater ecosystems. Topics include in-depth studies of marine ecosystems and organisms, including physiology, behavior, and ecology. Emphases will be placed on […]

  • Biology of Sharks

    A comprehensive survey of the biology and ecology of sharks. Major topics include evolution and classification, anatomy and physiology, population dynamics, trophic relationships, habitat selection, life history, behavior, shark-human interactions, […]


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