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Registration is now open for Winter Session courses at Wesleyan.  Please note that enrollment is “First-Come, First-Served” and spaces are already being filled. Winter Session course descriptions: http://www.wesleyan.edu/wintersession/courses.html Registration form: http://www.wesleyan.edu/wintersession/2014-wintersession-regform.pdf For complete information about Winter at Wesleyan including Winter Session courses, the Fullbridge Internship Edge, and the workshops and events offered by the Career […]

HIST 181:  Gandhi Location/Time:  PAC 421/422, Monday and Friday, 2:40-4:00 Professor William Pinch Mohandas K. Gandhi (1869-1948) was the leader of India’s struggle for independence from British rule.  During and after his lifetime, he became a symbol of anti-racism, civil rights, the global peace movement, and environmentalism.  Gandhi’s adherence to a code of non-violence (ahimsa), […]

There are still several spaces available in ARCP 325 Middletown Materials, the on campus archaeology class this fall, which includes excavation and hands-on lab work. The class is project based, working on excavations at the Beman Triangle: a nineteenth century free African American community with close ties to the AME Zion Church. The neighborhood is […]

This fall, choreographers Jawole Willa Jo Zollar and Liz Lerman combine their artistic methods to teach students interested in bridging academic and artistic research in DANC374: Blood, Muscle, Bone: The Anatomy of Wealth and Poverty. Zollar and Lerman are asking new questions about how these conditions are defined and will explore issues surrounding wealth disparity and its impact on the […]

Students new to university life often discover something called “reserve readings” on one or more of their syllabi in their first semester.  What are they and how do you find them? Reserve readings are required items your instructor has set aside for the entire class to use: a single chapter in a book, an article, […]

Wednesday, September 12, 7-9:30pm, Jones Room Professor Yuri Kordonsky ykordonsky@wesleyan.edu; Phone: 860-685-3032 Students of the class will perform in scenes directed by students from THEA281 Directing I. You will work with a student director onyour scene and present it every other week on Friday afternoon. This .5 course is not a regular acting class and […]

Still looking for a course?  If you have knowledge of musical notation, MUSC 241 may be the course for you. MUSC 241 Medieval and Renaissance Music MWF 9:00 – 9:50 Music Studios 301 From the ethereal to the majestic, from humorous to the most rigorously intellectual, from the sacred to the profane, the music of […]

“Great Traditions of Asian Art” is looking for students. An introductory sampling of some of the most significant artistic traditions of India, China, and Japan that both introduces some of the basic analytic methodology of art history and seeks to contextualize historically and culturally the artistic traditions of Indian Buddhist sculpture, Chinese landscape painting, and […]

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