UW Center for Performance Studies

List of Past Courses and Seminars taught by CPS faculty & affiliates.

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Course Title Course Name Summary Instructor Term
CMS 573 A: Aesthetics “A Discourse of the Body”: Aesthetics and Media Technology This seminar mixes canonical and foundational figures such as Walter Benjamin and Marshall McLuhan with emerging scholarship from Byung-Chul Han and Sianne Ngai. Sonnet H. Retman Spring 2021
ENGL 537 A Topics In American Studies This course takes a key area of concern in Black studies: What does it mean to be a human being? “Blackness,” as a modern social category, signifies the contradictory condition of being human while at the same time being the position of doubted humanity. Habiba Ibrahim Spring 2021
Drama 583 Analysis of Dramatic Texts Foundations in Performance Studies Scott Magelssen Spring 2021
CMS 597 A: Special Topics In Cinema And Media Studies Seminar in Color: Aesthetics, Technologies, Materialities and Philosophies In recent years, colour studies has emerged as a new interdisciplinary field in the humanities and social sciences  and has been taken up by a number of film and media scholars. Spring 2021
African-American 498 – Special Topics in African American Studies Black Aesthetics Black Aesthetics Sonnet H. Retman Spring 2013
ART H 509 A: Seminar In Special Topics In Art History Eastern Europe and Global Contemporary Art Eastern Europe and Global Contemporary Art Adair Rounthwaite Spring 2021
ART H 524 – Topics in Baroque and Eighteenth Century Western Art Rome in the Seventeenth Century Rome in the Seventeenth Century Winter 2016
ART H 525 Topics in Modern and Contemporary Art and Architecture Performance Art Performance Art Winter 2017
ART H 525 Topics in Modern and Contemporary Art and Architecture Alternative Art since 1960 Alternative Art since 1960 Adair Rounthwaite Autumn 2017
Art History 525 – Topics in Modern and Contemporary Art and Architecture Alternative Art since 1960 Alternative Art since 1960 Spring 2016
Art History 525 B – Topics in Modern and Contemporary Art and Architecture Art Museums - Theory, History, Practice Art Museums - Theory, History, Practice Spring 2016
Art History 581 – Seminar in Modern Art Pre-Raphaelite Stunners and Victorian Feminity Pre-Raphaelite Stunners and Victorian Feminity Winter 2016
ASIAN 590A, FREN 590C, RUSS 600A Translation Across the Disciplines Translation Across the Disciplines Cynthia Steele Spring 2021
BCULST 584 – Topics in Media Culture (at UW Bothell) Asian American Media in the Pacific Northwest: Histories and Change Asian American Media in the Pacific Northwest: Histories and Change Winter 2016
BCULST 584 Topics in Media Culture Cultural Politics of Popular Music Cultural Politics of Popular Music Winter 2014
BCULST 587 Topics in Cultural and Arts Practice Performance and Belonging: Citizenship, Culture and Identity Performance and Belonging: Citizenship, Culture and Identity Winter 2018
BCULST 587 Topics in Cultural and Arts Practice Performing Community Performing Community Spring 2019
BCULST 589A – Topics in Global Cultural Studies (UW Bothell) Culture and Resistance in the Americas Culture and Resistance in the Americas Winter 2016
BCULTS 589 Topics in Global Cultural Studies Culture and Resistance in the Americas Culture and Resistance in the Americas Winter 2014
Bothell Creative Writing 512 – Poetics Seminar: Art, Technology, and Practice Spring 2017
Bothell Cultural Studies 589 – Topics in Global Cultural Studies Culture and Resistance in the Americas Culture and Resistance in the Americas Spring 2017
C LIT 496: Special Studies Literature and Film of the US-Mexican Border Literature and Film of the US-Mexican Border Cynthia Steele Winter 2015
C LIT 497: Special Topics in Cinema Studies Disability in Russian Cinema Disability in Russian Cinema José Alaniz Autumn 2014
C LIT 507: History Of Literary Criticism And Theory I Spring 2015
C LIT 510 A: History Of Literary Criticism And Theory IV History of Literary Criticism History of Literary Criticism Autumn 2016
C LIT 510 A: History Of Literary Criticism And Theory IV Autumn 2018
C LIT 510: History of Lit Crit Scandinavian Film Scandinavian Film Winter 2015
C LIT 520 A: Methods And Issues In Cinema And Media Studies Theory, history and criticism of cinema and media studies Theory, history and criticism of cinema and media studies Jennifer M Bean Autumn 2016
C LIT 520: Methods And Issues In Cinema And Media Studies Jennifer M Bean Autumn 2015
C LIT 535: Cultural Criticism And Ideology Critique II Postcolonial Literature and Theory Postcolonial Literature and Theory Spring 2015
C LIT 548 A: Studies In Nineteenth-Century Literature Romantic Aesthetics: The Beautiful, the Picturesque and the Sublime Romantic Aesthetics: The Beautiful, the Picturesque and the Sublime Autumn 2017
C LIT 551 A: Textual Theory Winter 2018
C LIT 551 A: Textual Theory Textual Studies and Digital Editing Textual Studies and Digital Editing Geoffrey Turnovsky Autumn 2019
C LIT 554 A: Digital Literary and Textual Studies Spring 2019
C LIT 554, Digital Literary And Textual Studies Spring 2015
C LIT 596 A: Special Studies In Comparative Literature Narrating Nature Narrating Nature Autumn 2016
C LIT 596: Special Studies Film: Speed/Simulation/Implosion Film: Speed/Simulation/Implosion Jennifer M Bean Winter 2015
C LIT 596: Special Studies Film: Hollywood and American Popular Culture Film: Hollywood and American Popular Culture Winter 2015
C LIT 597 Special Topics in Cinema and Media Studies Comparative Film Studies Comparative Film Studies Spring 2016
CMS 497 Special Topics in Cinema and Media Studies Queer Theory Queer Theory Autumn 2016
CMS 520 A: Methods and Issues in Cinema and Media Studies James Tweedie Autumn 2019
CMS 520 A: Methods And Issues In Cinema And Media Studies Jennifer M Bean Autumn 2018
CMS 520 A: Methods and Issues in Cinema and Media Studies Introduces central issues in film studies Yomi Braester Winter 2021
CMS 573 A: Aesthetics James Tweedie Spring 2020
CMS 573 A: Aesthetics “A Discourse of the Body”: Aesthetics and Media Technology “A Discourse of the Body”: Aesthetics and Media Technology Yomi Braester Autumn 2020
CMS 573 A: Aesthetics Spring 2021
CMS 597 A: Special Topics In Cinema And Media Studies Construction of the Spanish nation in the context of cinematic production Construction of the Spanish nation in the context of cinematic production Eric Ames Winter 2017
CMS 597 A: Special Topics In Cinema And Media Studies Public Spheres, Public Media Public Spheres, Public Media Spring 2018
CMS 597 A: Special Topics In Cinema And Media Studies Documentary Documentary Yomi Braester Autumn 2018
CMS 597 A: Special Topics in Cinema and Media Studies Spring 2019
CMS 597 A: Special Topics In Cinema And Media Studies Seminar in Color: Aesthetics, Technologies, Materialities and Philosophies Seminar in Color: Aesthetics, Technologies, Materialities and Philosophies Spring 2021
CMS 597 B: Special Topics In Cinema And Media Studies Film and the Photographic Imaginary Film and the Photographic Imaginary James Tweedie Winter 2017
CMS 597 B: Special Topics In Cinema And Media Studies American Cinema, Historiography, and Popular Culture, 1895-1940 American Cinema, Historiography, and Popular Culture, 1895-1940 Jennifer M Bean Autumn 2017
CMS 597 B: Special Topics in Cinema and Media Studies Media Archaeology Media Archaeology Sudhir Mahadevan Winter 2018
CMS 597 B: Special Topics In Cinema And Media Studies Sudhir Mahadevan Spring 2018
COM 580 Nonverbal Communication Spring 2017
Comp Lit 497 Documentary and the Avant-Garde Documentary and the Avant-Garde Eric Ames Spring 2016
Comp Lit 502A w/ ENGL 535 – The Theory Of Literature III: Special Topics Theory, Literature, and the Shape of Careers Theory, Literature, and the Shape of Careers Spring 2017
Comp Lit 520 – Methods and Issues in Cinema and Media Studies Autumn 2013
Comp Lit 551: Textual Theory Seminar in Textual Theory and the Arts Seminar in Textual Theory and the Arts Raimonda Modiano Autumn 2015
Comp Lit 596 – Special Studies in Comparative Literature Publication Workshop Publication Workshop Winter 2016
Comp Lit 596 – Special Studies in Comparative Literature Re-Valuing Nature: Environmental Humanities in the 21st Century (C.E.) Re-Valuing Nature: Environmental Humanities in the 21st Century (C.E.) Winter 2016
Comp Lit 596: Special Studies in Comparative Literature Film and Opera Film and Opera Eric Ames Winter 2014
Comparative Literature 520: Methods and Issues in Cinema Studies Autumn 2014
Comparative Literature 574 – Scandinavian Auteurs Spring 2014
Comparative Literature 596 – Special Studies in Comparative Literature Cinephilia: Cinematic Experience in Historical Context Cinephilia: Cinematic Experience in Historical Context Winter 2012
Comparative Literature 596 – Special Studies in Comparative Literature Hispanic Women Writers and Directors Hispanic Women Writers and Directors Spring 2014
Comparative Literature 596 – Special Studies in Comparative Literature Contemporary Film Theory Contemporary Film Theory Eric Ames Spring 2013
Comparative Literature 596 – Special Studies in Comparative Literature German Documentary in a Global Context German Documentary in a Global Context Winter 2013
Comparative Literature 596 – Special Studies in Comparative Literature Kant and Criticism Kant and Criticism Spring 2012
Comparative Literature 596 – Special Studies in Comparative Literature The Histories of Cinema in the Age of New Media The Histories of Cinema in the Age of New Media Autumn 2012
Comparative Literature 596 – Special Studies in Comparative Literature Histories of Cinema in the Age of New Media Histories of Cinema in the Age of New Media Spring 2011
Comparative Literature 596 – Special Studies in Comparative Literature Cinema and the Late 20th Century Cinema and the Late 20th Century Winter 2011
Comparative Literature 596 – Special Studies in Comparative Literature Readings in Film and Media Studies Readings in Film and Media Studies Spring 2014
Dance 420 – Dance Aesthetics Winter 2016
Dance 490C – Special Studies in Dance Performance Studies Performance Studies Spring 2017
Dance 514 – Dance Research Symposium Juliet McMains Winter 2013
Dance 515 – Dance Research Methods Juliet McMains Spring 2012
Dance 515 – Dance Research Methods Juliet McMains Spring 2014
Dance 515 – Dance Research Methods Juliet McMains Spring 2017
DANCE 515 Dance Research Methods Juliet McMains Spring 2018
Dance 515, Dance Research Methods Juliet McMains Spring 2015
DANCE 515: Dance Research Methods Juliet McMains Spring 2016
DANCE 520 A: Dance In Higher Education Autumn 2018
DANCE 520 Dance in Higher Education Autumn 2015
DANCE 520 Dance in Higher Education Autumn 2016
Dance 530 Graduate Dance Composition Graduate Dance Composition Autumn 2014
Dance 530 Graduate Composition Autumn 2016
Dance 536: Integrated Dance: History, Methodology, and Praxis Winter 2014
Dance 544 – Topics in Dance History Autumn 2013
DANCE 545 A: Contemporary Dance History Winter 2017
Dance 550 Dance Performance Ethnography Juliet McMains Autumn 2015
Drama 571 – Problems in Theatre History Research Ruins: Classical Theatre and the Archeology of Memory Ruins: Classical Theatre and the Archeology of Memory Odai Johnson Autumn 2013
Drama 571 – Problems in Theatre History Research Hoc Est Corpus Meum/This is My Body: Performance and Embodiment in the Early Middle Ages Hoc Est Corpus Meum/This is My Body: Performance and Embodiment in the Early Middle Ages Scott Magelssen Winter 2016
DRAMA 571 A: Problems In Theatre History Research The Baroque The Baroque Odai Johnson Autumn 2017
DRAMA 571 Problems in Theatre History Research Nineteenth-Century Theatre and Popular Entertainment Nineteenth-Century Theatre and Popular Entertainment Scott Magelssen Autumn 2019
Drama 572 – Problems in Theatre History Research Historiography - "History, Memory, Narrative, and other disorders" Historiography - "History, Memory, Narrative, and other disorders" Odai Johnson Winter 2018
Drama 572 – Problems in Theatre History Research The Baroque The Baroque Winter 2012
Drama 572 – Problems in Theatre History Research The Baroque The Baroque Odai Johnson Winter 2013
Drama 572 – Problems in Theatre History Research Reading the Long Eighteenth Century Reading the Long Eighteenth Century Odai Johnson Spring 2016
DRAMA 572 Problems in Theatre History Research Ruins: Classical Theatre and the Archeology of Memory Ruins: Classical Theatre and the Archeology of Memory Odai Johnson Winter 2020
Drama 572 Problems in Theatre History Research Spectacles of Power, the Baroque and State Performance of Power This inter-disciplinary course invites treatments of the period through a host of multiple art forms, as, indeed, was practiced in the period itself. Odai Johnson Winter 2021
Drama 573 – Problems in Theatre History Research Nineteenth-Century Theatre and Popular Entertainment Nineteenth-Century Theatre and Popular Entertainment Scott Magelssen Spring 2016
Drama 573 – Problems in Theatre History Research Conversations with Antiquity Conversations with Antiquity Odai Johnson Spring 2020
DRAMA 573 Problems in Theatre History Research Religion, Performance and Anti-theatricality Religion, Performance and Anti-theatricality Scott Magelssen Spring 2018
Drama 573: Problems in Theatre History Research Documentary Theatre Documentary Theatre Scott Magelssen Winter 2014
Drama 575 – Problems in Theatre History Research Historiography - "History, Memory, Narrative, and other disorders" Historiography - "History, Memory, Narrative, and other disorders" Odai Johnson Autumn 2014
Drama 575 – Seminar in Theatre History American Popular Entertainment and Culture: 1830s to the 1930s American Popular Entertainment and Culture: 1830s to the 1930s Autumn 2012
Drama 575 – Seminar in Theatre History Ruins: Classical Theatre and the Archeology of Memory Ruins: Classical Theatre and the Archeology of Memory Odai Johnson Autumn 2016
DRAMA 575 Seminar in Theatre History A New American Theatre: 1880s-1980s A New American Theatre: 1880s-1980s Autumn 2017
DRAMA 575 Seminar in Theatre History Historiography - "History, Memory, Narrative, and other disorders" Historiography - "History, Memory, Narrative, and other disorders" Odai Johnson Autumn 2020
Drama 576 – Seminar in Theatre History Reading the Long 18th Century Reading the Long 18th Century Odai Johnson Autumn 2012
Drama 576 – Seminar in Theatre History The Baroque The Baroque Odai Johnson Winter 2015
Drama 576 Seminar in Theatre History Theatre of the Transnational English Renaissance Theatre of the Transnational English Renaissance Odai Johnson Autumn 2018
Drama 576: Seminar in Theatre History Conversations with Antiquity Conversations with Antiquity Odai Johnson Winter 2017
Drama 577 – Seminar in Theatre History The Fervent Yeares: the making of Elizabethan theatre The Fervent Yeares: the making of Elizabethan theatre Odai Johnson Winter 2013
Drama 577 – Seminar in Theatre History Dark Tourism Dark Tourism Scott Magelssen Spring 2017
Drama 577 – Theatre History Seminar Founding Visions of the American Theatre Founding Visions of the American Theatre Spring 2015
DRAMA 577 Seminar in Theatre History The Long Eighteenth Century The Long Eighteenth Century Odai Johnson Winter 2019
Drama 581 – Analysis of Dramatic Texts Modern Theatre and Modern Technology Modern Theatre and Modern Technology Stefka Mihaylova Autumn 2013
Drama 581 – Analysis of Dramatic Texts Alternative and In Yer Face: Continuity and Rupture in Contemporary British Theatre Alternative and In Yer Face: Continuity and Rupture in Contemporary British Theatre Autumn 2015
Drama 581, Analysis of Dramatic Texts Advanced Critical Theory Advanced Critical Theory Stefka Mihaylova Winter 2018
Drama 582 Early African American Performance Early African American Performance Stefka Mihaylova Autumn 2015
Drama 582 African American Performance African American Performance Stefka Mihaylova Spring 2018
Drama 582 – Analysis of Dramatic Texts The Body in Performance The Body in Performance Stefka Mihaylova Spring 2014
Drama 582 – Analysis of Dramatic Texts Modern Theatre and Modern Technology Modern Theatre and Modern Technology Stefka Mihaylova Winter 2021
Drama 582 – Drama Text Analysis Advanced Critical Theory Advanced Critical Theory Stefka Mihaylova Winter 2020
Drama 583 – Analysis of Dramatic Texts The Historical Avant-Garde The Historical Avant-Garde Stefka Mihaylova Spring 2012
Drama 583 – Drama Text Analysis The New Avant-Gardes The New Avant-Gardes Stefka Mihaylova Winter 2016
Drama 583 – Drama Text Analysis The New Avant Gardes The New Avant Gardes Stefka Mihaylova Autumn 2019
Drama 583 Analysis of Dramatic Texts Foundations in Performance Studies Foundations in Performance Studies Scott Magelssen Spring 2021
Drama 585 – Seminar in Dramatic Theory Emerging Discourses in Theatre/Performance Studies II Emerging Discourses in Theatre/Performance Studies II Scott Magelssen Autumn 2016
Drama 585 Seminar in Dramatic Theory The Historical Avant Garde The Historical Avant Garde Stefka Mihaylova Autumn 2018
DRAMA 585 Seminar in Dramatic Theory African American Performance African American Performance Stefka Mihaylova Autumn 2020
Drama 585: Seminar in Dramatic Theory Foundations in Performance Studies Foundations in Performance Studies Scott Magelssen Autumn 2014
Drama 586 – Seminar in Dramatic Theory Performing Race This course examines some of the major twentieth-century critical debates about racial representation. Stefka Mihaylova Winter 2013
Drama 586 – Seminar in Dramatic Theory The Historical Avant-Garde The Historical Avant-Garde Stefka Mihaylova Winter 2015
DRAMA 586 Seminar in Dramatic Theory Modern Theatre and Modern Technology Modern Theatre and Modern Technology Stefka Mihaylova Winter 2017
Drama 586 Seminar in Dramatic Theory African Theater and Performance African Theater and Performance Catherine Cole Winter 2019
Drama 587 – Seminar in Dramatic Theory Memory, Theatre and Performance Memory, Theatre and Performance Scott Magelssen, Catherine Cole Spring 2013
Drama 587 – Seminar in Dramatic Theory Emerging Discourses in Theatre and Performance Studies Emerging Discourses in Theatre and Performance Studies Spring 2015
Drama 587 – Seminar in Dramatic Theory Performance in and from the Global South Performance in and from the Global South Spring 2017
Drama 587 Seminar in Dramatic Theatre Foundations in Performance Studies Foundations in Performance Studies Scott Magelssen Spring 2019
DXArts 598 – Advanced Topics in Digital Arts and Experimental Media Truth and Honesty in Art Truth and Honesty in Art Spring 2015
ENGL 503 A Studies In Print Culture And Publication Studies In Print Culture And Publication William R. Streitberger Winter 2017
ENGL 506 A: Modern And Contemporary Critical Theory Autumn 2018
ENGL 506 A: Modern and Contemporary Critical Theory Autumn 2019
ENGL 518 A: Shakespeare Editing Shakespeare Editing Shakespeare William R. Streitberger Winter 2019
ENGL 532 A: Nineteenth-Century American Literature Transgression in Nineteenth-Century American Literature and Culture: The Importance of the Inappropriate Transgression in Nineteenth-Century American Literature and Culture: The Importance of the Inappropriate Autumn 2017
ENGL 537 A: Topics In American Studies Methods in Critical Race, Feminist, and Queer Cultural Studies Methods in Critical Race, Feminist, and Queer Cultural Studies Autumn 2017
ENGL 537 A: Topics In American Studies Spring 2021
ENGL 540 A: Modern Literature Fashion and Modernism Fashion and Modernism Autumn 2017
ENGL 540 A: Modern Literature British and American Modernism British and American Modernism Spring 2018
ENGL 541 A: Contemporary Literature Historiography and Temporality in Black Literary Studies Historiography and Temporality in Black Literary Studies Autumn 2018
ENGL 544 A: World Literature In English Neobaroque Designs in 20th-century World Literature Neobaroque Designs in 20th-century World Literature Spring 2017
ENGL 546 A: Topics in Twentieth-Century Literature Fashion and Modernism Fashion and Modernism Autumn 2019
ENGL 556 A: Cultural Studies Cultural Studies: Methods and Popular Objects Cultural Studies: Methods and Popular Objects Autumn 2019
ENGL 556 A: Cultural Studies Black Radicalism, Anti-Colonialism, Marxism, and Communism: literary and critical studies Black Radicalism, Anti-Colonialism, Marxism, and Communism: literary and critical studies Winter 2021
ENGL 556 B: Cultural Studies Race, Sex, Science: A Course in Queer and Trans Critique Race, Sex, Science: A Course in Queer and Trans Critique Winter 2021
ENGL 556 Cultural Studies American Studies after Late Modernity: Contemporary Directions American Studies after Late Modernity: Contemporary Directions Spring 2016
ENGL 559 A: Literature And Other Disciplines What is Literary History? What is Literary History? Jeffrey Knight Spring 2020
English 506 – Modern and Contemporary Critical Theory Autumn 2013
English 546 A – Topics in 20th Century Literature Civilization and Its Discontents: Modernism and Cultural Crisis Civilization and Its Discontents: Modernism and Cultural Crisis Winter 2016
English 546 B – Topics in 20th Century Literature Into the Wild: Contemporary Representations of Wilderness Into the Wild: Contemporary Representations of Wilderness Winter 2016
English 546: Topics in Twentieth-Century Literature “When the Page Floats Transformed”: Literary Fiction/Feature Film “When the Page Floats Transformed”: Literary Fiction/Feature Film Winter 2014
English 554: Theories of Structure, Genre, Form, and Function Close Reading and Its Discontents Close Reading and Its Discontents Winter 2014
English 555 – Feminist Theories Spring 2014
English 593 – Textual Criticism Textual Theory Textual Theory Jeffrey Knight Autumn 2013
English 593 – Textual Criticism Textual Studies: Printed Text Textual Studies: Printed Text William R. Streitberger Winter 2013
ETHICS 512: Justice Matters This course asks what makes social policies and institutions ethically acceptable, primarily through a discussion about justice and injustice. Winter 2021
Feminist Performance Ethnography: Performing Art As and At the Site of Feminist Liberational Praxis Performing Art As and At the Site of Feminist Liberational Praxis The course will explore the relationship between ideas and practices of feminism, performance and ethnography through readings, writing, movement, artistic expression, watching performances and performance Autumn 2020
French 590 – Qualitative Research Methods (taught in English) Autumn 2017
French 590 Special Seminar and Conference Translation and Its Publics Translation and Its Publics Spring 2019
Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies 451 – Latina Cultural Production Spring 2014
Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies 542: Gender, Music, Nation Autumn 2014
German 421 – Studies In Eighteenth-Century Literature And Culture Dramatic Turns: 18th Century German Theatre Dramatic Turns: 18th Century German Theatre Ellwood Wiggins Autumn 2013
German 421: Studies in Eighteenth Century Literature and Culture Dramatic Turns: 18th Century German Theatre Dramatic Turns: 18th Century German Theatre Ellwood Wiggins Autumn 2014
GERMAN 500 A: Literary Theory, Methodology, and Bibliography Historical survey and analysis of criticism (Methodengeschichte) and modern trends in contemporary theory. Jason Groves Winter 2021
German 575 – Teaching of German Literature and Civilization Sympathy for the Devil: The Rhetoric of Compassion Sympathy for the Devil: The Rhetoric of Compassion Autumn 2016
German 580 – Seminar in German Literature The Germans and the Greeks The Germans and the Greeks Winter 2013
GERMAN 580 A: Seminar In German Literature The Ends of Tragedy or the Origins of the Mourning Play The Ends of Tragedy or the Origins of the Mourning Play Autumn 2016
German 580 A: Seminar in German Literature The Wound: Violence, Trauma, Cure The Wound: Violence, Trauma, Cure Winter 2020
German 582, C Lit 596 – Seminar in Drama Intertextuality in Shakespeare, Lenz, and Büchner Intertextuality in Shakespeare, Lenz, and Büchner Ellwood Wiggins Winter 2018
German 582: Seminar in Drama Performing Recognition: Anagnorisis and Action Performing Recognition: Anagnorisis and Action Ellwood Wiggins Winter 2014
GERMAN 582A / C LIT 596A Myth, Language, and Play Myth, Language, and Play Ellwood Wiggins Winter 2019
German 590 A: Philosophical Issues In German Culture The Ethics and Aesthetics of Sympathy The Ethics and Aesthetics of Sympathy Ellwood Wiggins Spring 2017
GERMAN 590 A: Philosophical Issues in German Culture Sense and Sensibility: Ethics and Emotions in the 18th Century Sense and Sensibility: Ethics and Emotions in the 18th Century Ellwood Wiggins Winter 2021
GERMAN 590: Philosophical Issues In German Culture Literary Animals in German Cultural History or What is and to What Effect Do We Study German Human-Animal Relations? Literary Animals in German Cultural History or What is and to What Effect Do We Study German Human-Animal Relations? Sabine Wilke Winter 2016
German 592 – Cultural Studies Impacted Nature Impacted Nature Sabine Wilke Autumn 2013
German 592 – Cultural Studies The Anthropocene: The Future of the Human/ities The Anthropocene: The Future of the Human/ities Winter 2016
German 592: Cultural Studies Film and Opera Film and Opera Winter 2014
Grad School 525 – Acting Up: Teaching Theatre for Change In this course, students practice using the language and methods of theater to challenge institutional oppression and advance community dialogue about power and privilege. Tikka Sears Winter 2021
Grad School 525 Acting Up: Teaching Theater for Change Spring 2020
Grad School 630 – Special Topics in College/University Teaching Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: Frameworks and Practices Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: Frameworks and Practices Winter 2016
Grad School 630: Special Topics in College/University Teaching Teaching in Learning in Higher Education Teaching in Learning in Higher Education Winter 2014
Grad School 636 – Engaging Transgressions: Living Just Relationships Winter 2016
Graduate School 630 – Special Topics in University Teaching Campus to Career - Landing your First Teaching Interview Campus to Career - Landing your First Teaching Interview Spring 2014
Graduate School 637 Microagressions Microagressions Spring 2016
GRD 630: Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: Frameworks and Practices Winter 2015
GRDSCH 525 / HUM 595 Acting Up: Amplifying Voices Through Interactive Theater as Pedagogy Acting Up: Amplifying Voices Through Interactive Theater as Pedagogy Winter 2015
GRDSCH 525 Interactive Theater as Pedagogy Winter 2017
GRDSCH 540 Hybrid Pedagogies: Using Technology in Teaching Winter 2020
GRDSCH 595: From Campus to Career Summer 2020
GRDSCH 630 Special Topics in College/University Teaching Acting Up: Teaching Theater for Change Acting Up: Teaching Theater for Change Autumn 2018
GRDSCH 640 Seminar on Topics of Diversity and Justice Engaging Privilege Engaging Privilege Winter 2017
GWSS 332—Black Feminist Geographies Kemi Adeyemi Autumn 2017
GWSS 564 A: Queer Desires Kemi Adeyemi Spring 2020
GWSS 590 A: Special Topics Feminist Fights Feminist Fights Kemi Adeyemi Spring 2021
GWSS 590B – Special Topics Performing Black Queer Gender(s) Performing Black Queer Gender(s) Kemi Adeyemi Winter 2018
HINDI/URDU 424/524 Survey of Modern Hindi/Urdu Literature: Drama Survey of Modern Hindi/Urdu Literature: Drama Winter 2016
History 580: Gender and History Susan Glenn Winter 2014
History 590 – Topics in History Foucault and History Foucault and History Spring 2012
History 590: Topics in History Foucault and History Foucault and History Winter 2014
History 598 – Methods of Historical Research Trauma, Archives, and Colonialism Trauma, Archives, and Colonialism Laurie J. Sears Spring 2015
History of Asia 534: Indonesian Histories, Oral Traditions, and Archives Laurie J. Sears Winter 2014
HSTAS – Islam, Mysticism, Politics, and Performance in Indonesia Laurie J. Sears Autumn 2018
HSTAS 534 Indonesian Histories, Oral Traditions, and Archives Autumn 2017
HSTAS 566 Islam, Mysticism, Politics, and Performance in Indonesia Laurie J. Sears Spring 2016
HSTCMP 509 A: Foucault And History Laurie J. Sears Autumn 2018
HSTCMP 580 A: Gender and History Susan Glenn Spring 2021
HSTCMP 580 Gender and History Susan Glenn Spring 2016
HSTCMP 590 Topics in History Thinking through Things: Objects, Desire, and the Birth of Globalization Thinking through Things: Objects, Desire, and the Birth of Globalization Winter 2016
HSTCMP 590 Topics in History Thinking Through (Curious, Material, Global) Things: Objects, Desire, and the Birth of Globalization Thinking Through (Curious, Material, Global) Things: Objects, Desire, and the Birth of Globalization Autumn 2018
HUM 595A Public Scholarship in a Post-Affirmative Action Era Public Scholarship in a Post-Affirmative Action Era Autumn 2014
HUM 596 B Humanities Research Seminar Exposed: Public Environmental Humanities Exposed: Public Environmental Humanities Spring 2021
HUM 597 – Special Topics in the Humanities Feminism and Visual Theories Feminism and Visual Theories Spring 2016
HUM 597 Special Topics in the Humanities Humanities Career Exploration Humanities Career Exploration Winter 2019
HUM 597 Special Topics in the Humanities Humanitarianisms Part II: Comparative Humanitarianism Humanitarianisms Part II: Comparative Humanitarianism Winter 2021
HUM 597 Special Topics in the Humanities The Arts of Politics: Cultural Agency, Memory, Resilience The Arts of Politics: Cultural Agency, Memory, Resilience Spring 2021
HUM 597A (1 credit, C/NC) Improvisational Crossings: Social Dance as Interdisciplinary Intervention Improvisational Crossings: Social Dance as Interdisciplinary Intervention Spring 2018
HUM 597C Special topics First Nations Art, Resistance, and Governance: Haida and Kwakwaka’wakw Art Against Extraction First Nations Art, Resistance, and Governance: Haida and Kwakwaka’wakw Art Against Extraction Winter 2021
Humanities 596 A The Black Embodiments Studio The Black Embodiments Studio Winter 2020
Humanities 597: Special Topics in the Humanities Society for cinema and media studies micro-seminar Society for cinema and media studies micro-seminar Winter 2014
INFX 598 A/B: Digital Media & Community Development Winter 2017
International Studies (JSIS) 480: Special Topics in Latin America Mexican Cinema Mexican Cinema Autumn 2014
Italian 466: Italian Society in Cinema Autumn 2014
JAPAN 561 NO AND KYOGEN Paul S. Atkins Spring 2021
Japan 561 – No and Kyogen Paul S. Atkins Winter 2012
Japan 561: Noh and Kyogen Paul S. Atkins Spring 2017
Japan 571 Advanced Readings in Classical Japanese Literature Medieval Japanese Performance Medieval Japanese Performance Paul S. Atkins Spring 2016
JSIS 480 Special Topics in Latin American Studies Narco Narrative/Mexican Cinema Narco Narrative/Mexican Cinema Winter 2019
JSIS 596 Field Seminar in Religions, Cultures, and Civilizations Religions, Cultures, and Civilizations Religions, Cultures, and Civilizations Winter 2015
JSIS A 534 – Indonesian Histories, Oral Traditions, and Archives Winter 2016
JSIS A 586 – Islam, Mysticism, Politics, and Performance in Indonesia Spring 2014
Museum 563: Who Owns Humanity? Spring 2021
Museum 588 Learning to Look: An Approach to Examining Material Culture Learning to Look: An Approach to Examining Material Culture Spring 2018
Museum 588 – Special Topics in Museology Museum Theatre and Performance We'll examine a range of performance forms from auditorium-style plays to immersive and interactive performance programs. Scott Magelssen Spring 2015
Museum 588 – Special Topics in Museology Museum Theatre and Performance Museum Theatre and Performance Scott Magelssen Spring 2017
Music 512 – Seminar in Ethnomusicology Music and Gender Music and Gender Christina M. Sunardi Autumn 2013
Music 512: Seminar in Ethnomusicology Music, Gender, and Performance Music, Gender, and Performance Christina M. Sunardi Winter 2017
Music 540 – Music in Asian America Christina M. Sunardi Spring 2017
Music 577 – Composers of the Twentieth Century American Experimentalism American Experimentalism Spring 2014
Russian 423 – Russian Film Sergei Eisenstein in Moscow and Hollywood Sergei Eisenstein in Moscow and Hollywood Autumn 2013
Russian 542 – Seminar in Russian Poetry Drama and theatre in Russia from the late 17th through the 20th centuries Drama and theatre in Russia from the late 17th through the 20th centuries Spring 2014
SCAND 504 A: Contemporary Literary Theory IBSEN AND THE FUTURE IBSEN AND THE FUTURE Olivia Gunn Winter 2019
SCAND 504 Contemporary Literary Theory “Queer(ed) Sources, Queer Texts, Queer Futures?” “Queer(ed) Sources, Queer Texts, Queer Futures?” Olivia Gunn Spring 2017
SCAND 505 – Topics in Nordic Drama and Film Whiteness, Race, Class, and Privilege in Nordic Drama and Film Whiteness, Race, Class, and Privilege in Nordic Drama and Film Ann-Charlotte Gavel Adams Autumn 2014
SCAND 505 A: Topics In Scandinavian Drama And Film Andrew Nestingen Autumn 2017
SCAND 514 A: Media in Scandinavian Studies Cinematic texts, genres, movements, themes, authorships, and technologies significant to the field. Andrew Nestingen Winter 2021
SCAND 581 A: August Strindberg And European Cultural History Ann-Charlotte Gavel Adams Autumn 2016
Scand 590 – Special Topics in Scandinavian Literature Cinema, Migration and the Making of the Other in Modern Sweden Cinema, Migration and the Making of the Other in Modern Sweden Autumn 2014
SCAND 590 Special Topics in Scandinavian Literature The Films of Ingmar Bergman:: Gender, Feminism, and Art Cinema The Films of Ingmar Bergman:: Gender, Feminism, and Art Cinema Spring 2018
Scandinavian 581 – August Strindberg and European Cultural History Ann-Charlotte Gavel Adams Autumn 2012
Scandinavian 590 – Special Topics Norwegian Reproduction Norwegian Reproduction Spring 2014
Slavic 423 – East European Film Major East European film makers Major East European film makers Spring 2016
Soc W 598A – Intergrative Seminar Digital Storytelling for Social Impact Digital Storytelling for Social Impact Winter 2016
SPAN 596 & CMS 597 Hispanic film and the film festival phenomenon Hispanic film and the film festival phenomenon Leigh Mercer Winter 2018
Spanish 447: Latin American Theater Autumn 2014
Spanish 595 – Literary Problems: Nineteenth Century Spanish theater in the 19th and Early 20th Centuries Spanish theater in the 19th and Early 20th Centuries Autumn 2015
The Black Embodiments Studio Winter 2019
AFRAM 404 A: Advanced African American Studies In Humanities Black Sound Studies & The Archive we will focus on various aspects of Black sound, including voice, soundscapes, audio technologies, music making, performance repertoires and modes of listening. Sonnet H. Retman Aut 21
CLAS 432 A: Classical Mythology In Film Classical Mythology in Film By studying major, in most cases authoritative, versions of ancient myths that were turned into films and comparing the ancient and modern renditions, students will be able to observe what modern cinematic narrators were drawn to and interested in achievi James J. Clauss Aut 21
CMS 525 A: Cinema and Media Studies Pedagogy Explores some of the fundamental and practical matters of teaching at the college level, with particular focus on the area of cinema and media studies. Eric Ames Aut 21
CMS 572 A: Historiography Assessment of processes through which film and/or media histories are constructed. Jennifer M Bean Aut 21
Drama 571 Problems in Theatre History Research Transnational theatre in the Atlantic World The movement of theatre-culture across geographies. Odai Johnson Aut 21
Drama 581 Drama Text Analysis The Historical Avant Garde This course examines the historical avant-garde, focusing on three major media: the manifesto, performance (including theatre and cabaret), and film. Stefka Mihaylova Aut 21
ENGL 510 A: History of Literary Criticism and Theory IV Contemporary ways of approaching literature and culture are rooted the preceding wave of postructucturalism and deconstruction, and are only superficially understood without an understanding of that preceding wave. This course is intended to provide the Aut 21
ENGL 555 A: Feminist Theories Re/visioning "Feminist Theory" Explores re/vision as a feminist theoretical method and political praxis that articulates (in the sense of joins) theory and politics, and elaborates (in the sense of expands and expounds) feminism as a sociocultural and sociopolitical project across time Aut 21
ENGL 599 A: Special Studies in English Professionalization for English and humanities graduate students This course in professionalization for English and humanities graduate students is intended to make the academic imperative to “publish or perish” less daunting and to assist students as they begin building their career dossier. Jeffrey Knight Aut 21
GERMAN 421 A: Studies in Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture Modern German World Theater: Playing and Reality Examines the German and Viennese theater of the long 18th century Brigitte Prutti Aut 21