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Voyage Label: Fall 2013

  • Nonviolence, Activism, and Contemplative Life

    This course explores a central paradox that runs through religious life. One the one hand, one of the distinguishing features of contemplative life is the aspiration to live in the […]

  • Painting at Sea I (Section 1)

    This course introduces students to the potential of figural painting by working from a range of subject matter present in our travel environment. Emphasis will be placed on developing the […]

  • Painting at Sea I (Section 2)

    This course introduces students to the potential of figural painting by working from a range of subject matter present in our travel environment. Emphasis will be placed on developing the […]

  • Mixed Media Visual Journal

    This course will combine an emphasis on creative approaches to artistic design with written narrative to document our travels. A variety of art media, written response, research, and photography will […]

  • Introductory Psychology

    Psychology is a diverse field of study, and this course will examine its roots in the biological and social sciences, from a scientific perspective. It serves as the first course […]

  • Introduction to Cognition

    This course provides a general introduction to cognitive psychology as the study of human learning, memory, and thinking, in particular the mental representations and processes involved in the acquisition, storage, […]

  • Stress: Work, Technology, and Life

    This course will examine the different ways of conceptualizing stress and related concepts, such as anxiety, arousal, tension, burnout, and so forth, and how physical and psychological health is affected. […]

  • Journalism History and Ethics

    This course provides an introduction to the study of journalism from the standpoint of media history, examining the forces of social, political and technological change that have affected media. We […]

  • International Public Health

    This course is intended to expose students to the most critical issues and debates in international public health and is unique in that it embeds health problems in the broad […]

  • Women’s Health in Developing Countries

    This interdisciplinary course examines women’s health issues in developing countries in the context of a woman’s life, from childhood, through adolescence, reproductive years, and aging. The content will emphasize biological, […]

  • Introduction to Epidemiology

    It has been said that epidemiology is “detective work without the risk of getting shot”. Epidemiology, the study of the distribution and determinants of disease in populations, provides evidence to […]

  • Introduction to Drawing at Sea

    This course explores drawing as an art form and as a language of thought. Drawing is an activity of observation, perception, mark-making, and analysis. Through drawing exercises, students will identify […]

  • Painting at Sea: Collage

    This course explores mixed-media collage as an art form. The activity of creating collage includes appropriation, assemblage, drawing, painting, and craftsmanship. Development of critical artistic vision is essential in producing […]

  • Drawing at Sea II

    This course explores drawing as an art form and as a language of thought with projects emphasizing drawing skills and analytical thinking. Based on observation and experience of the real […]

  • Marine Biology (field lab in Cape Town)

    This course is an exploration of life in the saltwater ecosystems of oceans and estuaries.  Major topics include physiological and behavioral adaptations for living in marine habitats, classification of marine […]


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