Syllabi Edit

Summary

Level of Description
Sub-Group
Language
English

Dates

  • 1974 – 2008 (Creation)

Extents

  • 15 Boxes (Whole)

Subjects

Notes

  • Abstract

    Interdisciplinary Studies; Syllabi; Western Course Syllabi; 1974-80; Box 1 [16A-K-4B]

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    Interdisciplinary Studies; Syllabi; Western Course Syllabi; 1981; Box 2 [16A-K-4B]

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    Interdisciplinary Studies; Syllabi; Western Course Syllabi; 1982-86; Box 3 [16A-K-4C]

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    Interdisciplinary Studies; Syllabi; Western Course Syllabi; 1987-92; Box 4 [16A-K-5A]

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    Interdisciplinary Studies; Syllabi; Western Course Syllabi; 1992-97; Box 5 [16A-K-5B]

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    Interdisciplinary Studies; Syllabi; Western Course Syllabi; 1997-2002; Box 6 [16A-K-5C]

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    Interdisciplinary Studies; Syllabi; Western Course Syllabi; 2002-06; Box 7 [16A-K-6A]

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    Interdisciplinary Studies; Syllabi; Western Course Syllabi; 2006-08; Box 8 [16A-K-6B]

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    Interdisciplinary Studies; Syllabi; Western Course Syllabi; 1974-82; Box 1 Contents:

    1. WCP 111/112/113, Ellison, "The Creative Self in Modern Culture: The Development of Selfhood and Personal Identity" (Fall 1974)

    2. WCP 121, Natural Systems I, (Fall 1974)

    3. WCP 131, Social Systems, "Education" (Fall 1974)

    4. WCM 111, Core Syllabus, Creativity and Culture I: The Self, (Fall 1975)

    5. WCM 111, Creativity and Culture I: The Self, (Fall 1975)

    6. WCM 121, Natural Systems I, (Fall 1975- Spring 1976)

    7. WCP 212, Creativity and Culture II, "What is a Century" (Spring 1976)

    8. WCP 221, Natural Systems II, (Fall 1975)

    9. WCP 231, Social Systems II, "Modernization" (Fall 1975)

    10. WCP 112, Creativity and Culture: Selfhood and Personal Identity, (Winter 1976)

    11. WCP 121, Natural Systems I, (Winter 1976)

    12. WCP 132, Social Systems I, (Winter 1976)

    13. WCP 212, Creativity and Culture II: The Historical Perspectives, "Spirit of an Age?: Studies in the 19th Century" (Winter 1976)

    14. WCP 221, Natural Systems II, "Pests, Pesticides, and Politics: A Technology in Its Bio-Social Context" (Winter 1976)

    15. WCP 232, SS II Modernization, (Winter 1976)

    16. WCM 113, Creativity and Culture, (Spring 1976)

    17. WCM 123, Natural Systems I, (Spring 1976)

    18. WCM 133, Social Systems I, (Spring 1976)

    19. WCM 213, Creativity and Culture II: Historical Perspectives, (Spring 1976)

    20. WCM 223, Natural Systems II, (Spring 1976)

    21. WCM 233, Social Systems II, "The Impact of Modernization on Individuals" (Spring 1976)

    22. WCM 111, Creativity and Culture I, (Fall 1976)

    23. WCM 121, Natural Systems I, (Fall 1976-1977)

    24. WCM 131, Social Systems I, (Fall 1976)

    25. WCM 211, Creativity and Culture II, "Historical Perspectives" (Fall 1976)

    26. WCM 231, Social Systems II, "Modernization" (Fall 1976)

    27. WCP 333.A, Ellison, "Regional Character of the American South: Interdisciplinary Methods in Arts, Humanities, and Culture" (Fall 1976)

    28. WCM 333.B, Newell, "Social Science Research: Studies of Butler County, Ohio"(Fall 1976)

    29. WCM 333.C, Perkins, "Food, Public Policy and Innovation" (Fall 1976)

    30. WCM 112/114, Ellison, Creativity and Culture I, (Spring 1977)

    31. WCM 122/124, Natural Systems I, (Spring 1977)

    32. WCM 132, Social Systems I, (Spring 1977)

    33. WCM 132, Creativity and Culture and Social Systems, "Integrative Unit on Death and Dying" (Spring 1977)

    34. AMS 201.W, Kleinberg, Introduction to Women's Studies, (Spring 1977)

    35. WCM 222, Natural Systems II, "Energy" (Spring 1977)

    36. WCM 232, Social Systems II, "Modernization" (Spring 1977)

    37. WCM 334.C, Murray, "Research Methods in the Social Sciences: Environmental Issues" (Spring 1977)

    38. WCM 111/113, Mann and Maurer, Creativity and Culture I, (Fall 1977)

    39. WCM 121/131, Natural Systems I, (Fall 1977)

    40. WCM 131, Newell, Social Systems I, "The Individual in Society" (Fall 1977)

    41. WCM 211, Ellison and Perkins, Creativity and Culture II, "Historical Perspectives: American and the Environment" (Fall 1977)

    42. WCM 231, Levak and Perlin, Social Systems II, "Social Consciousness: Strategies of Human Interaction" (Fall 1977)

    43. WCM 333.A, Seminar in Interdisciplinary Methods in Arts, Humanities, and Culture, "Black American Art in the "Harlem Renaissance" (Fall 1977)

    44. WCM 333.B, Junior Seminar in Science, Technology, and the Environment, "Insects, Agriculture, Pollination" (Fall 1977)

    45. WCM 333.C, Junior Seminar, "Fieldwork: How to Collect and Analyze Data" (Fall 1977)

    46. WCP 444.A-445.A, Ellison, Senior Project Workshop, "Arts, Humanities, and Culture" (1977-1978)

    47. WCP 444.C- 445.C, Senior Project Workshop, "Behavior, Institutions, and Social Change" (Fall 1977)

    48. WCP 112/114, Creativity and Culture I, (Spring 1978)

    49. WCM 122/124, Natural Systems I, (Spring 1978)

    50. WCM 132, Social Systems I, "Inequality and Social Change" (Spring 1978)

    51. WCM 212/214, Creativity and Culture II, "Historical Perspectives: Interpretations of Victorian Culture" (Spring 1978)

    52. WCM 222/224, Natural Systems II, "Energy" (Spring 1978)

    53. WCM 232/234, Levak and Stein, Social Systems II, "The Human Direction: Modernization in the Historical Perspective" (Spring 1978)

    54. WCM 212, Creativity and Culture II, (Spring 1977)

    55. WCM 334.A, Dean, Junior Methodology Seminar Arts, Humanities, and Culture, "Landscape Visions" (Spring 1978)

    56. WCM 334.B, Perkins, Science, Technology, and Environment, "Methods in the Social Study of Science"

    57. WCM 221.A, Natural Systems II, "Technology and Human Ecology" (Fall 1976)

    58. WCM 444.B-445.B, Senior Project/Workshop, "Science, Technology, and Environment" (Spring 1977)

    59. WCM 121/123 Honors, Natural Systems I, (Spring 1977)

    60. WCM 334.A, Perlin, Seminar in Interdisciplinary Methods in Arts, Humanities, and Culture: Contemporary Jewish Studies, (Spring 1977)

    61. WCM 334.B, Problems and Methods of Environmental Assessment, (Spring 1977)

    62. WCM 111, Creativity and Culture I, "Philosophy and Literature" (Fall 1978)

    63. WCP 121, Natural Systems I, "The Nature of Matter and The Nature of Light" (Fall 1978)

    64. WCP 121 Honors, Natural Systems I, (Fall 1978)

    65. WCP 131, Social Systems I, "The Individual in Society" (Fall 1978)

    66. WCP 211/213, Ellison and Woolpy, Creativity and Culture II, "Social and Scientific Perspectives on Evolution" (Fall 1978)

    67. WCP 221/223, Nicholson and Stein, Natural Systems II, (Fall 1978)

    68. WCP 231, Social Systems II, "Consciousness and Communication" (Fall 1978)

    69. WCM 333.A/AMS 201/301

    70. WCP 333.B, Green, (Fall 1978)

    71. WCP 333.C, Junior Seminar, "A Critical Study of an Interdisciplinary Method: Psychohistory" (Fall 1978)

    72. WCP 444.A, Senior Project Workshop, "Arts Humanities, and Culture" (Fall 1978)

    73. WCM 444.B, Senior Project/Workshop, "Science, Technology, and Environment" (Fall 1978)

    74. WCP 444.C, Newell, Senior Workshop, "Behavior, Institutions, and Social Change" (Fall 1978)

    75. WCP 112, Dean and Perlin, Culture and Creativity I, "Memory and the Arts" (Spring 1979)

    76. WCP 122, Natural Systems I, (Spring 1979)

    77. WCP 212, Ellison and Perring, Creativity and Culture II, "Historical Perspectives" (Spring 1979)

    78. WCP 222, Natural Systems II, "Energy" (Spring 1979)

    79. WCP 232, Levak and Stein, Social Systems II, "Modernization and Change" (Spring 1979)

    80. WCP 334.A, Perlin, Junior Seminar: Arts, Humanities, and Culture, "Performance and Critique" (Spring 1979)

    81. WCP 334.B, Whitten, Junior Seminar, "The Conceptual Development of Quantum Mechanics" (Spring 1979)

    82. WCP 334.C, Newell, Junior Seminar, "Social Science Research Methodology" (Spring 1979)

    83. WCP 111/113, Dean and Perring, Creativity and Culture I, "The Point of Departure" (Fall 1979)

    84. WCP 121/123, Natural Systems I, (Fall 1979)

    85. WCP 131/133, Newell and Levak, Social Systems I, "The Individual in Society" (Fall 1979)

    86. WCP 211/213, Woolpy and Ellison, Creativity and Culture II, "Competition and Cooperation- Biology, History, Literature" (Fall 1979)

    87. WCP 222/224, Nicholson, Natural Systems II, "Human Ecology: Politics, Institutions, and the Environment" (Fall 1979)

    88. WCP 231/233,Metcalf, Social Systems II, "The Condition and Direction of American Society: Crisis in Values" (Fall 1979)

    89. WCP 333.A, Metcalf, Arts, Humanities, and Culture, Seminar in Interdisciplinary Methods, "Black American Art and Culture in the 'Harlem Renaissance'" (Fall 1979)

    90. WCP 333.B, Woolpy, Junior Seminar: Science, Technology, and Environment, "Research Problems in Ethology" (Fall 1979)

    91. WCP 333.C, Levak, Junior Seminar, "Culture as Language" (Fall 1979)

    92. WCP 444/445.A, Ellison, Senior Project Workshop, "Arts, Humanities, and Culture" (Fall 1979-1980)

    93. WCP 444.B, Senior Workshop, "Science, Technology, and the Environment" (Fall 1979)

    94. WCP 444.C/445.C, Newell and Stein, Senior Seminar, "Behavior, Institutions, and Social Change" (Fall 1979-1980)

    95. WCP 445.B, STE Workshop, (Spring 1980)

    96. WCP 132, Social Systems I, (Winter/Spring 1980)

    97. WCP 112/114, Creativity and Culture I, (Spring 1980)

    98. WCP 121/123, Natural Systems I, "Selected Topics in Molecular Biology" (Spring 1980)

    99. WCP 132/134, Social Systems I, (Winter/Spring 1980)

    100. WCP 222/224, Natural Systems II, "Energy Crisis" (Spring 1980)

    101. WCP 232/234, Levak and Perring, Social Systems II, (Spring 1980)

    102. WCP 334.A, Ellison, Junior Methodology Seminar in Arts, Humanities, and Culture, "Southern Consciousness" (Spring 1980)

    103. WCP 334.B, Whitten, STE-Junior Seminar, "The Conceptual Development of Quantum Mechanics" (Spring 1980)

    104. WCP 334.C, Stein, Junior Seminar in "Behavior, Institutions, and Social Change," "Classical Political Theory: Issues of Interpretation" (Spring 1980)

    105. WCP 445.A, Senior Project Workshop, "Arts, Humanities, and Culture" (Spring 1980)

    106. WCP 111/113, Dean and Levak, Creativity and Culture I, "Stranger in a Strange Land" (Fall 1980)

    107. WCP 121/123, Green, Natural Systems I, (Fall 1980)

    108. WCP 131/133, (Fall 1980)

    109. WCP 211/213, Meikle and Runyon, Creativity and Culture II, "Darwin- Biology, Philosophy, and Literature" (Fall 1980)

    110. WCP 221/233, Nicholson and Stein, Human Ecology, "Politics, Institutions, and the Environment" (Fall 1980)

    111. WCP 231/233, Metcalf and Perlin, Social Systems II, "Art in Social Context" (Fall 1980)

    112. WCP 300.B, Dean, Advanced Film Workshop, (Spring 1981)

    113. WCP 334.A, Metcalf, Junior Seminar in Arts, Humanities, and Culture, (Fall 1980)

    114. WCP 333.B, Nicholson, Junior Seminar: Science, Technology, and the Environment, "Reproductive Ecology of Flowering Plants" (Fall 1980)

    115. WCP 333.CA, Perlin, Junior Seminar: Behavior, Institutions, and Social Change, "Perspectives on the Family" (Fall 1980)

    116. WCP 333.CB, Stein, Junior Seminar, "Classical Political Theory: Issues of Interpretation" (Fall 1980)

    117. WCP 444/445.A, Dean, Senior Project Workshop in Arts, Humanities, and Culture, (Fall 1980)

    118. WCP 444/445.B, Meikle, Senior Project Workshop in Natural Sciences and STE, (Fall 1980)

    119. WCP 444/445.C, Schilling, Senior Project Workshop in Behavior, Institutions, and Social Change, (Fall 1980)

    120. WCP 300.A, Dupont, Theatre Workshop, "20th Century Eclecticism" (Fall 1980)

    121. WCP 300.C, Keister, "Gravity's Rainbow" (Spring 1981)

    122. WCP 300.D, Stein, "The Political Thought of Hannah Arendt" (Spring 1981)

    Interdisciplinary Studies; Syllabi; Western Course Syllabi; 1974-91; Box 1 [16A-K-4A] Contents:

    1. WCP 132/134, Simcock and Williams, Social Systems I, (Spring 1981)

    2. WCP 222/224, Green, Natural Systems II, "Energy" (Spring 1981)

    3. WCP 212/214 (Spring 1981)

    4. WCP 232/234, Levak and Stein, Social Systems II, "Development and Social Change: Colonialism, Imperialism, and Racism" (Spring 1981)

    5. WCP 334.A, Dean, Junior Seminar, "The Image of the City in the Arts: Nineteenth Century Paris" (Spring 1981)

    6. WCP 334.BA, Dostrovosky, Junior Seminar, "Physics and Music" (Spring 1981)

    7. WCP 334.BB, Natural Systems, "Physiological Ecology in Aquatic Systems" (Spring 1981)

    8. WCP 334.CA, Levak, Junior Seminar, "Gregory Bateson Determine the Starting Point" (Spring 1981)

    9. WCP 334/ENG/PHL/PSY/REL 360.A, "Confronting Death: An Interdisciplinary Course" (Spring 1981)

    10. WCP 444/445.A, (Spring 1981)

    11. AMS 101.C, Perlin, Laboring Lives: Work in America and Its Documentation" (Fall 1981)

    12. WCP 111/113, Chase and Dean, Creativity and Culture I, "The Point of Departure" (all 1981)

    13. WCP 121/123, Natural Systems I: The Oceans, (Fall 1981)

    14. WCP 131/133, Social Systems I, "The Individual in Society" (Fall 1981)

    15. WCP 211/213, Levak and Perlin, Creativity and Culture II, "The Quest for Freedom" (Fall 1981)

    16. WCP 221/223, Nicholson and Stein, Natural Systems II, "Human Ecology- Biology, Politics, Institutions, and the Environment" (Fall 1981)

    17. WCP 231/233, Meikle and Younger, Social Systems II, "Social Science, Evolution, and Human Behavior" (Fall 1981)

    18. WCP 300.A,, Western Theatre Workshop, "A Voice of Her Own- Woman's Contribution to the Modern American Stage" (Fall 1981)

    19. WCP 333.A, Metcalf, Junior Seminar, "Success in America: An Interdisciplinary Study" (Fall 1981)

    20. WCP 333.AB, Stein, Junior Seminar, "Arts, Humanities, and Culture" (Fall 1981)

    21. WCP 333.B, Blaisdell, "Heredity and Evolution: The Double Revolution in Biology" (Fall 1981)

    22. WCP 333.CA, Stein, Junior Seminar, "Behavior, Institutions, and Social Change" (Fall 1981)

    23. WCP 444.A/AMS 401-402, Metcalf, Senior Project Workshop in Arts, Humanities, and Culture/American Studies Research Seminar, (Fall 1981)

    24. WCP 444/445B, Meikle, Senior Project Workshop in Natural Sciences and STE, (Fall 1981)

    25. WCP 444/445C, Hochberg, Senior Project Workshop in Behavior, Institutions, and Social Change, (Fall 1981)

    26. AMS 101.C, Metcalf, "Success in America" (Spring 1982)

    27. Experimental Writing Course, Chase, (Spring 1982)

    28. WCP 112/114, Creativity and Culture I, "The Arts" (Spring 1982)

    29. WCP 122/124, Meikle and Nicholson, Natural Systems I, "The Principles, Uses, and Issues of Biology" (Spring 1982)

    30. WCP 132/134, Social Systems I, "Religion, Eschatology, and Politics in America" (Spring 1981)

    31. WCP 132, Third Seminar, Social Systems I, "Religion, Eschatology, and Politics in America" (Spring 1982)

    32. WCP 212/214, Dean, Creativity and Culture II, "Visions of the American Landscape" (Spring 1982)

    33. WCP 222/224, Green and Younger, Natural Systems II, "Energy" (Spring 1982)

    34. WCP 232/234, Levak and Stein, Social Systems II, "Development and Social Change: Colonialism, Imperialism, and Racism" (Spring 1982)

    35. WCP 300.A, Gable, "Gertrude Stein and Company", (Spring 1982)

    36. WCP 334.A, Chase, Junior Methodology Seminar in Arts, Humanities, and Culture, "The Deep Truth: Mystical Revelation in the 20th century" (Spring 1982)

    37. WCP 334.B, Green, Junior Seminar in Science, Technology, and Environment, "Aquatic Environments" (Spring 1982)

    38. WCP 334.C, Levak, Junior Seminar, "Gregory Bateson: Determine the Starting Point" (Spring 1982)

    39. WCP 334.C-B, Blaisdell, "Science and Religion: The Rise of Contrasting Ideologies" (Spring 1982)

    Interdisciplinary Studies; Syllabi; Western Course Syllabi; 1981-82, 2003; Box 2 Contents:

    1. Course Schedule and Class Proposals (Spring 1981)

    2. WCP 112/114, Perlin and Runyon, Creativity and Culture I, "The Arts" (Spring 1981)

    3. WCP 122/124, Natural Systems I, (Spring 1981)

    4. WCP 132/134, Simcock and Williams, Social Systems I, (Spring 1981)

    5. WCP 222/224, Green, Natural Systems II, "Energy" (Spring 1981)

    6. WCP 212/214 (Spring 1981)

    7. WCP 232/234, Levak and Stein, Social Systems II, "Development and Social Change: Colonialism, Imperialism, and Racism" (Spring 1981)

    8. WCP 334.A, Dean, Junior Seminar, "The Image of the City in the Arts: Nineteenth Century Paris" (Spring 1981)

    9. WCP 334.BA, Dostrovosky, Junior Seminar, "Physics and Music" (Spring 1981)

    10. WCP 334.BB, Natural Systems, "Physiological Ecology in Aquatic Systems" (Spring 1981)

    11. WCP 334.CA, Levak, Junior Seminar, "Gregory Bateson Determine the Starting Point" (Spring 1981)

    12. WCP 334/ENG/PHL/PSY/REL 360.A, "Confronting Death: An Interdisciplinary Course" (Spring 1981)

    13. WCP 444/445.A, (Spring 1981)

    14. AMS 101.C, Perlin, Laboring Lives: Work in America and Its Documentation" (Fall 1981)

    15. WCP 111/113, Chase and Dean, Creativity and Culture I, "The Point of Departure" (all 1981)

    16. WCP 121/123, Natural Systems I: The Oceans, (Fall 1981)

    17. WCP 131/133, Social Systems I, "The Individual in Society" (Fall 1981)

    18. WCP 211/213, Levak and Perlin, Creativity and Culture II, "The Quest for Freedom" (Fall 1981)

    19. WCP 221/223, Nicholson and Stein, Natural Systems II, "Human Ecology- Biology, Politics, Institutions, and the Environment" (Fall 1981)

    20. WCP 231/233, Meikle and Younger, Social Systems II, "Social Science, Evolution, and Human Behavior" (Fall 1981)

    21. WCP 300.A,, Western Theatre Workshop, "A Voice of Her Own- Woman's Contribution to the Modern American Stage" (Fall 1981)

    22. WCP 333.A, Metcalf, Junior Seminar, "Success in America: An Interdisciplinary Study" (Fall 1981)

    23. WCP 333.AB, Stein, Junior Seminar, "Arts, Humanities, and Culture" (Fall 1981)

    24. WCP 333.B, Blaisdell, "Heredity and Evolution: The Double Revolution in Biology" (Fall 1981)

    25. WCP 333.CA, Stein, Junior Seminar, "Behavior, Institutions, and Social Change" (Fall 1981)

    26. WCP 444.A/AMS 401-402, Metcalf, Senior Project Workshop in Arts, Humanities, and Culture/American Studies Research Seminar, (Fall 1981)

    27. WCP 444/445B, Meikle, Senior Project Workshop in Natural Sciences and STE, (Fall 1981)

    28. WCP 444/445C, Hochberg, Senior Project Workshop in Behavior, Institutions, and Social Change, (Fall 1981)

    29. AMS 101.C, Metcalf, "Success in America" (Spring 1982)

    30. Experimental Writing Course, Chase, (Spring 1982)

    31. WCP 112/114, Creativity and Culture I, "The Arts" (Spring 1982)

    32. WCP 122/124, Meikle and Nicholson, Natural Systems I, "The Principles, Uses, and Issues of Biology" (Spring 1982)

    33. WCP 132/134, Social Systems I, "Religion, Eschatology, and Politics in America" (Spring 1981)

    34. WCP 132, Third Seminar, Social Systems I, "Religion, Eschatology, and Politics in America" (Spring 1982)

    35. WCP 212/214, Dean, Creativity and Culture II, "Visions of the American Landscape" (Spring 1982)

    36. WCP 222/224, Green and Younger, Natural Systems II, "Energy" (Spring 1982)

    37. WCP 232/234, Levak and Stein, Social Systems II, "Development and Social Change: Colonialism, Imperialism, and Racism" (Spring 1982)

    38. WCP 300.A, Gable, "Gertrude Stein and Company", (Spring 1982)

    39. WCP 334.A, Chase, Junior Methodology Seminar in Arts, Humanities, and Culture, "The Deep Truth: Mystical Revelation in the 20th century" (Spring 1982)

    40. WCP 334.B, Green, Junior Seminar in Science, Technology, and Environment, "Aquatic Environments" (Spring 1982)

    41. WCP 334.C, Levak, Junior Seminar, "Gregory Bateson: Determine the Starting Point" (Spring 1982)

    42. WCP 334.C-B, Blaisdell, "Science and Religion: The Rise of Contrasting Ideologies" (Spring 1982)

    Interdisciplinary Studies; Syllabi; Western Course Syllabi; 1982-86; Box 1 Contents:

    1. AMS 101.C, Metcalf, "Success In America" (Fall 1982)

    2. WCP 111/113, Cayton and Chase, Creativity and Culture I, "The Point of Departure" (Fall 1982)

    3. WCP 121/123, Natural Systems I, "Physical Sciences: Origins" (Fall 1982)

    4. WCP 131, Newell and Stein, Social Systems I, "The Individual in Society" (Fall 1982)

    5. WCP 180.A, Newell, Freshman Honors, "Is Freedom Possible" (Fall 1982)

    6. WCP 211/213, Green and Metcalf, Creativity and Culture II, "Science and the Literary Imagination" (Fall 1982)

    7. WCP 221/223, Nicholson and Stein, "Human Ecology- Biology, Institutions, and the Environment" (Fall 1982)

    8. WCP 231, Hochberg, Social Systems II, "An Introduction to Social Science Theory" (Fall 1982)

    9. WCP 333.A/.B, Blaisdell and Perlin, Junior Seminar, "Medical Decisions: Scientific and Humanistic Perspectives" (Fall 1982)

    10. WCP 333.C, Hochberg, Junior Seminar, "Theories of Economy, Society, and Polity" (Fall 1982)

    11. WCP 333.C, Hochberg, Social Systems Junior Seminar, "Third Hour" (Fall 1982)

    12. ENG/PHL/PSY/REL 360.A, "Confronting Death: An Interdisciplinary Course" (Fall 1982)

    13. WCP 444/445.A/.B/.C, Shilling, Senior Project Workshop, (Fall 1982/Spring 1983)

    14. WCP 112/114, Chase and Metcalf, Creativity and Culture I, "Art- Culture and Context" (Spring 1983)

    15. WCP 122/124, Meikle and Nicholson, Natural Systems I, "Principles and Issues in Molecular and Evolutionary Biology" (Spring 1983)

    16. WCP 132/134, Blaisdell and Hochberg, Social Systems I, "Religion, Eschatology, and Politics in America" (Spring 1983)

    17. WCP 180, Stein, Freshman Honors, "Religion, Eschatology, and Politics in America" (Spring 1983)

    18. WCP 212/214, Creativity and Culture II, (Spring 1983)

    19. WCP 222/224, Green and Newell, Natural Systems II, "Physical Sciences- Energy" (Spring 1983)

    20. WCP 232/234A, Stein, Social Systems II, "Development and Social Change: Colonialism, Imperialism, and Racism" (Spring 1983)

    21. WCP 334.A, Ellison, Junior Methodology Seminar in Arts, Humanities, and Culture, "Southern Images" (Spring 1983)

    22. WCP 333.B, Nicholson, Junior Seminar, Science Technology and the Environment, "Origin of Life" (Spring 1983)

    23. WCP 334.C, Newell, Social Science Junior Seminar, "The Interdisciplinary Method" (Spring 1983)

    24. WCP 231, Stein, Social Systems II, "Twentieth Century Ideologies: Democracy, Communism, and Facism" (Summer 1983-III)

    25. WCP 111/113, (Fall 1983)

    26. WCP 121/123, (Fall 1983)

    27. WCP 133, Newell and Stein, Social Systems I, "The Individual in Society" (Fall 1983)

    28. WCP 180.A, Chase, Creativity and Culture I, "The Universal Traveler" (Fall 1983)

    29. WCP 180.B, Perlin, Honors Seminar, "Madness: Concepts and Interpretations" (Fall 1983)

    30. WCP 211/213, Metacalf, Creativity and Culture II, "Success in America" (Fall 1983)

    31. WCP 221/223, Nicholson, Natural Systems II, "Ecology, Politics, and World Hunger" (Fall 1983)

    32. WCP 231/233, Hochberg and Perlin, Social Systems II, "Theoretical Perspectives in Social Change: American Involvement in Vietnam" (Fall 1983)

    33. WCP 231, Hochberg and Perlin, Project Seminar, "Theoretical Perspectives on Social Change: American In Vietnam" (Fall 1983)

    34. AMS 201/WCP 333.A, Fryer, "Ragtime: American Culture, 1819-1910" (Fall 1983)

    35. WCP 333.B, Nicholson, Junior Seminar, "Origin of Life" (Fall 1983)

    36. WCP 333.C, Newell, Social Science Junior Seminar, "Interdisciplinary Method" (Fall 1983)

    37. WCP 444-445.A/.B/.C, Hochberg, Senior Project, (Fall 1983-Spring 1984)

    38. WCP 112/114, Cayton and Perlin, Creativity and Culture I, "Art and Social Commentary" (Spring 1984)

    39. WCP 112, Fourth Hour, (Spring 1984)

    40. WCP 122/124, (Spring 1984)

    41. WCP 132/134, Hochberg and Metcalf, Social Systems I, "Righteous Empire: Religion, Eschatology, and Politics in America" (Spring 1984)

    42. WCP 132/134, Hochberg and Metcalf, Third Seminar, "Righteous Empire" (Spring 1984)

    43. WCP 132/143, Third Hour, (Spring 1984)

    44. WCP 180.A, Chase, Creativity and Culture I, Freshman Honors Seminar, "The Universal Traveler" (Spring 1984)

    45. WCP 180.B, Perlin, Honors Seminar, "Madness: Concepts and Interpretations" (Spring 1984)

    46. WCP 212/214, Dean, Creativity and Culture II, "Visions of the American Landscape" (Spring 1984)

    47. WCP 222/224, Green and Newell, Natural Systems II, "Physical Sciences- Energy" (Spring 1984)

    48. WCP 232/234, Stein, Social Systems II, "Development and Social Change: Revolutionary Collectivism- The Case of National Socialism in Germany"

    49. WCP 300.A, "Role of Student Staff in a Residential Learning Community" (Spring 1984)

    50. WCP 334.A, Metcalf and Moe, "Approaches to Material Culture" (Spring 1984)

    51. WCP 334.B, Junior Seminar, "Medical Decisions: Scientific and Humanistic Perspectives" (Spring 1984)

    52. WCP 334.C, Junior Seminar, "Behavior, Institutions, and Social Change" (Spring 1984)

    53. WCP 444-445.A/.B./.C, Senior Project, (Fall Spring 1983-1984)

    54. WCP 231, Social Systems II, "Theoretical Perspectives on Social Change: American Involvement in Vietnam" (Summer III 1984)

    55. WCP 111/113, Creativity and Culture I, "Transform/ations/ing/er", (Fall Semester 1984)

    56. WCP 121/123, Natural Systems I, "Two 20th Century Revolutions in the Physical Sciences: Quantum Mechanics and Plate Tectonics" (Fall 1984)

    57. WCP 131/133, Social Systems I, "The Individual in Society" (Fall 1984)

    58. WCP 131, Workshop, "The Caribbean" (Fall 1984)

    59. WCP 180.B, Perlin, Honors Seminar, "Madness: Concepts and Interpretations" (Fall 1984)

    60. WCP 180.C, Cayton, "Visions of America" (Fall 1984)

    61. WCP 211/213, Cayton and Schilling, Creativity and Culture II, "Youth: Artistic, Cultural, and Psychological" (Fall 1984)

    62. WCP 211, Cayton and Schilling, Third Seminar- Creativity and Culture II, "Youth, Artistic, Cultural, and Psychological Perspectives" (Fall 1984)

    63. WCP 221/223, Blaisdell and Perlin, Natural Systems II, "Biomedicine: Scientific and Humanistic Perspectives (Fall 1984)

    64. WCP 231/233, Hochberg, Social Systems II, "Theoretical Perspectives on Social Change: American Involvement in Vietnam" (Fall 1984)

    65. WCP 333.A, Ellison, Junior Seminar in Arts, Humanities, and Culture, "Southern History and Regional Identity" (Fall 1984)

    66. WCP 333.B, Blaisdell, Junior Seminar, "On Human Nature: Biological Debates and Social Consequences" (Fall 1984)

    67. WCP 333.C, Musambachime, Junior Seminar, "Land and Labor in Central Africa- Zambia, Zimbabwe, and Malwai (Fall 1984)

    68. WCP 444/445, Newell, Senior Workshop, (Fall 1984-Spring 1985)

    69. WCP 112/114, Jentges and Perlin, Creativity and Culture I, "Art and American Culture" (Spring 1985)

    70. WCP 122/124, Blaisdell and Nicholson, Natural System I, "Evolution and Ecology: Theories, Mechanisms and Implications for Human Values" (Spring 1985)

    71. WCP 132/134, Social Systems I, "Righteous Empire: Religion, Eschatology, and Politics in America" (Spring 1985)

    72. WCP 132, Social Systems I, Third Seminar, "Righteous Empire" (Spring 1985)

    73. WCP 180.B, Perlin, Honors Seminar, "Madness: Concepts and Interpretations" (Spring 1985)

    74. WCP 180.C, Cayton, "Visions of America" (Spring 1985)

    75. WCP 212/214, Duvert and Napora, Creativity and Culture II, "Visions of the American Landscape" (Spring 1985)

    76. WCP 222/224, Natural Systems II, "Physical Sciences-Energy" (Spring 1985)

    77. WCP 231, Hochberg, Project Seminar, Social Systems II, "Theoretical Perspectives on Social Change: American Involvement in Vietnam (Fall 1984)

    78. WCP 232/234, Musambachime and Newell, Social Systems II, "Development in Africa and Latin America: Liberal and Neo-Marxist Perspectives" (Spring 1985)

    79. WCP 334.A, Chase, Junior Methodology Seminar, "Work: A Humanistic Perspective" (Spring 1985)

    80. WCP 334.B, Green, Junior Seminar, "Introduction to the Chemistry of Natural Waters" (Spring 1985)

    81. WCP 334.C, Charles, Junior Seminar, "Political Economy of the English Speaking Caribbean" (Spring 1985)

    82. WCP 445, Hochberg, Senior Workshop, (Spring 1985)

    83. WCP 111/113, Cayton and Jentges, Creativity and Culture I, "Women Writers and Their Audiences" (Fall 1985)

    84. WCP 111, Creativity and Culture I, "Sprint Unit: Finding an Authentic Voice" (Fall 1985)

    85. WCP 121/123, Nicholson and Samadi, Natural Systems I, "Geochemistry of Hazardous Wastes" (Fall 1985)

    86. WCP 121/123, Nichoson and Samadi, Natural Systems I, "Geochemistry of Hazardous Wastes" (Fall 1985)

    87. WCP 131, Workshop, Social Systems I, "The Caribbean" (Fall 1985)

    88. WCP 131/133, Charles and Newell, Social Systems I, "The Individual in Society" (Fall 1985)

    89. WCP 180.D, Chase, Freshman Honors Seminar, "Work: A Humanistic Perspective" (Fall 1985- Spring 1986)

    90. WCP 180.E, Schilling, Freshman Honors Seminar, "Youth: Interdisciplinary Perspectives" (Fall 1985)

    91. WCP 180.F, Newell, Freshman Honors Seminar, "Is Freedom Possible" (Fall 1985)

    92. WCP 211, Metcalf, Creativity and Culture II, "The Material Culture of American Homes: The American Decorative Arts in a Humanities Perspective" (Fall 1985)

    93. WCP 221/223, Blaisdell and Perlin, Natural Systems II, "Biomedicine: Scientific and Humanistic Perspectives" (Fall 1985)

    94. WCP 231/233, Hochberg, Social Systems II, "Theoretical History: The Transition from Feudalism to Capitalism" (Fall 1985)

    95. WCP 231, Hochberg, Social Systems II, Third Seminar, "Theoretical History: The Transition from Feudalism to Capitalism" (Fall 1985)

    96. WCP 300.C., Chase, "Tutoring Writing and the New Rhetoric" (Fall 1985)

    97. WCP 333.A, Ellison, Junior Seminar in Arts, Humanities, and Culture, "Regionalism in Modernizing America" (Fall 1985)

    98. WCP 333.B, Blaisdell, Junior Seminar, "Women and Minorities in Science: Redefining Scientific Community" (Fall 1985)

    99. WCP 333.C, Perlin, Junior Seminar, "Confronting Death: Approaches and Cases" (Fall 1985)

    100. WCP 444.A/B, Chase, Senior Project Workshop, (Fall 1985)

    101. WCP 112/114, Metcalf and Perlin, Creativity and Culture I, "American Art and Politics in the 1960's" (Spring 1986)

    102. WCP 122/123, Natural System I, "Evolution and Ecology: Patterns, Processes, and Implications" (Spring 1986)

    103. WCP 132/134, Charles and Hochberg, Social Systems I, "Righteous Empire: Religion, Eschatology, and Politics in America" (Spring 1986)

    104. WCP 132/134, Charles and Hochberg, Social Systems I Workshop, "Righteous Empire: Religion, Eschatology, and Politics in America" (Spring 1986)

    105. WCP 180.D, Chase, Freshman Honors Seminar, "Work: A Humanistic Perspective" (Fall 1985-Spring 1986)

    106. WCP 180.E, Schilling, Freshman Honors Seminar, "Youth: Interdisciplinary Perspectives" (Spring 1986)

    107. WCP 212/214, Blaisdell and Cayton, Creativity and Culture II, "Innovation and Discovery: Thinking about Creativity and Culture" (Spring 1986)

    108. WCP 212, Blaisdell and Cayton, Creativity and Culture II, Semester Project, "Innovation and Discovery: Thinking about Creativity and Culture" (Spring 1986)

    109. WCP 222/224, Newell and Samadi, Natural Systems II, "Physical Sciences- Energy" (Spring 1986)

    110. WCP 232/234, Charles and Newell, Social Systems II, "U.S. Policy in the Caribbean Basin" (Spring 1986)

    111. WCP 232: Workshop, Social Systems II, "U.S. Policy Toward Land Reform and Peasant Revolt in the Caribbean Basin" (Spring 1986)

    112. WCP 334.A, Metcalf, Junior Seminar, "The Domestic Environment and the American Woman: Material Culture and the Development of Social Roles" (Spring 1986)

    113. WCP 334.B, Nicholson, Junior Seminar, "Political Ecology" (Spring 1986)

    114. WCP 334.C, Hochberg, Junior Seminar in the Social Sciences, "The Historical Geography of Revolution: A Comparative Analysis of the English Civil War" (Spring 1986)

    115. WCP 380.B, Perlin, "The Vietnam Era: An Oral History Approach" (Spring 1986)

    116. WCP 380.C, Cayton, "Women and Values" (Spring 1986)

    117. WCP 445.A/B, Chase, Senior Project Workshop, (Spring 1986)

    118. WCP 231, Perlin, "The Vietnam Era: An Oral History Approach" (Summer Term III 1986)

    119. WCP 111/113, Creativity and Culture I, "Women and Writing" (Fall 1986)

    120. WCP 121/123, Green, Natural Systems I, "The Physical Sciences" (Fall 1986)

    121. WCP 131/133, Social Systems I, "The Individual in Society" (Fall 1986)

    122. WCP 131: Workshop, Social Systems I, "The Caribbean" (Fall 1986)

    123. WCP 180.F, Newell, Honors Seminar, "Is Freedom Possible?" (Fall 1986)

    124. WCP 180.G, Perlin, Honors Seminar, "The Insanity Defense" (Fall 1986)

    125. WCP 211/213, Metcalf, Creativity and Culture II, "The Material Culture of American Homes: The American Decorative Arts in a Humanities Perspective" (Fall 1986)

    126. WCP 221/223, Blaisdell and Perlin, Natural Systems II, "Biomedicine: Scientific and Humanistic Perspectives" (Fall 1986)

    127. WCP 231/233, Nicholson and Stein, Social Systems II, "Science Fiction and the Sociological Imagination" (Fall 1986)

    128. WCP 333.A, Chase, Junior Seminar, "Literature, Society, and Criticism" (Fall 1986)

    129. WCP 333.B, Nicholson, Junior Seminar, "Political Ecology" (Fall 1986)

    130. WCP 333.C, Charles, Junior Seminar, "Black Studies" (Fall 1986)

    131. WCP 380.D, Blaisdell, Advanced Honors Seminar, "Darwinism: The Debate in Science, Philosophy, and Religion" (Fall 1986)

    132. WCP 444.A/.B, Cayton, Senior Project Workshop" (Fall 1986)

    Interdisciplinary Studies; Syllabi; Western Course Syllabi; 1987-91; Box 1 Contents:

    1. WCP 112/114, Creativity and Culture I, "Art" (Spring 1987)

    2. WCP 122/124, Natural Systems I, "Evolution and Ecology: Patterns, Processes, and Implications" (Spring 1987)

    3. WCP 132/134, Charles and Metcalf, Social Systems I, "Race Relation, Culture, and Art: A Comparative Perspective" (Spring 1987)

    4. WCP 180.D, Chase, Freshman Honors Seminar, "Work: A Humanistic Perspective" (Spring 1987)

    5. WCP 212/214, Blaisdell and Cayton, Creativity and Culture II, "Creativity: Innovation and Discovery" (Spring 1987)

    6. WCP 222/224, Green and Newell, Natural Systems II, "Physical Sciences- Energy" (Spring 1987)

    7. WCP 232/234, Lincoln and Newell, Social Systems II, "Central America and the Caribbean in Conflict" (Spring 1987)

    8. WCP 300.B, Reed, "Southerners: Regionalism in Country Music Movies" (Spring 1987)

    9. WCP 300.C, Nolan, "Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Education" (Spring 1987)

    10. WCP 300.D, "The Residential College-Within-The-University: Issues for Quality Student Life" (Spring 1987)

    11. WCP 380.D, Duvert, Advanced Honors Seminar, "Feminism and Art" (Spring 1987)

    12. WCP 334.A/.C, Metcalf, Junior Seminar, "Art in Cultural Context: Folk Art and American Society"

    13. WCP 334.B, Green, Junior Seminar, "Introduction to the Chemistry and Evolution of Natural Waters" (Spring 1987)

    14. WCP 334.C, Nicholson, Junior Seminar, "The Sociological Imagination and Science Fiction" (Spring 1987)

    15. WCP 445.A/.B, Cayton, Senior Project Workshop, (Spring 1987)

    16. EDL 780.S, Metcalf, "Success in America" (Summer 1987)

    17. WCP 231, Perlin, Social Systems II, (Summer Term III 1987)

    18. WCP 111, Creativity and Culture I, "Gender and Imagination" (Fall 1987)

    19. WCP 121, Green and Newell, Natural Systems I, "The Physical Sciences" (Fall 1987)

    20. WCP 131, Social Systems I, "The Individual and Society" (Spring 1987)

    21. WCP 141, Chase and Hoffman, Applied Field Laboratory, "Environments" (Fall 1987)

    22. WCP 180.F, Newell, Honors Seminar, "Is Freedom Possible" (Fall 1987)

    23. WCP 211/213, Duvert and Nicholson, Creativity and Culture II, "Women on War: Narrative, Gender, and Power" (Fall 1987)

    24. WCP 221/223, Blaisdell, Natural Systems II, "Biomedicine: Scientific and Humanistic Perspectives" (Fall 1987)

    25. WCP 231/233, Metcalf, Social Systems II, "The American Family: A Comparative Study" (Fall 1987)

    26. WCP 333.A, Duvert, Junior Seminar, "Feminism and Art" (Fall 1987)

    27. WCP 333.B, Nicholson, Junior Seminar, "Political Ecology" (Fall 1987)

    28. WCP 333.C, Stein, Junior Seminar, "Introduction to Security Studies: U.S. Defense Policy" (Fall 1987)

    29. WCP 444.A/.B, Cayton, Senior Project Workshop, (Fall 1987)

    30. WCP 112, Cann and Duvert, Creativity and Culture I, "Earth, Art, and Cosmos" (Spring 1988)

    31. WCP 122, Garrison and Nicholson, Natural Systems I, "Extinction and Success" (Spring 1988)

    32. WCP 132, LaGesse and Newell, Social Systems I, "Perpetual Inequality: Racism in the United States" (Spring 1988)

    33. WCP 180.G, Perlin, Honors Seminar, "The Insanity Defense" (Spring 1988)

    34. WCP 212/214, Jentges and Metcalf, Creativity and Culture II, "Folk Art in Contemporary American Culture" (Spring 1988)

    35. WCP 222/224, Green and Newell, Natural Systems II, "Physical Sciences-Energy" (Spring 1988)

    36. WCP 232/234, Stein, Social Systems II, "Development and Social Change" (Spring 1988)

    37. WCP 232, Social Systems, "Friday Workshop" (Spring 1988)

    38. WCP 300.A, "Giroux, Power, Desire, and the Discourse of Popular Culture" (Spring 1988)

    39. WCP 300.A, Applied Field Laboratory, "The Politics of Land Use: The Rural and Urban Condition" (Spring 1988)

    40. WCP 334.A, Chase, Junior Seminar, "Images of American Labor" (Spring 1988)

    41. WCP 334.C, Perlin, Junior Seminar, "Ethics and Law: A Seminar" (Spring 1988)

    42. WCP 380.F, Stein, Advanced Honors Seminar, "Classical Political Theory: Issues of Interpretation" (Spring 1988)

    43. WCP 445.A/.B, Cayton, Senior Project Workshop, (Spring 1988)

    44. WCP 231, Stein, "Introduction to Security Studies" (Summer III 1988)

    45. WCP 111/113, Chase and Harrison, Creativity and Culture I, "Points of Departure" (Fall 1988)

    46. WCP 131/133, Social Systems I, "Social Systems One: The Individual and Society" (Fall 1988)

    47. WCP 141, Cummins and Hoffman, Applied Field Laboratory, "Ways of Knowing" (Fall 1988)

    48. WCP 211/213, Nicholson, Creativity and Culture III, "Women on War: Narrative, Gender, and Power" (Fall 1988)

    49. WCP 221/223, Blaisdell and Perlin, Natural Systems II, "Biomedicine: Scientific and Humanistic Perspectives" (Fall 1988)

    50. WCP 231/233, LaGesse and Metcalf, Social Systems II, "The American Family: A Comparative Study " (Fall 1988)

    51. WCP 333.A, Jentges, Junior Seminar in Arts: Humanities and Culture, "Verbal and Visual Images" (Fall 1988)

    52. WCP 333.B, Blaisdell, Junior Seminar, "Science and Religion: Interactions, Contrast, Compromise, and Conflict" (Fall 1988)

    53. WCP 333.C, Perlin, Junior Seminar, "Ethics and Law: A Seminar" (Fall 1988)

    54. WCP 212, Blaisdell and Jentges, Creativity and Culture II, "Innovation and Discovery: Where is Creativity" (Spring 1989)

    55. WCP 222/224, Cummins and Green, Natural Systems II, "Global Chemical Cycles: The Human Impact" (Spring 1989)

    56. WCP 232/234, Stein, Social Systems II, "Development and Social Change" (Spring 1989)

    57. WCP 334.A/ARC 405/505, Chase, Dutton, Urban Experiences, (Spring 1989)

    58. WCP 334.B, Green, Junior Seminar, "Geochemistry and Environment" (Spring 1989)

    59. WCP 334.C, Nicholson, Junior Seminar, "The Sociological Imagination and Science Fiction" (Spring 1989)

    60. WCP 231, Nicholson, Social Systems II, "The Sociological Imagination and Science Fiction" (Summer 1989)

    61. WCP 111/113, Creativity and Culture I, "Rites of Passage" (Fall 1989)

    62. WCP 121/123, Cummins, Natural Systems I, "The Atmosphere, Bioshpere, Lithosphere, and Hydrosphere" (Fall 1989)

    63. WCP 131/133, Newell and Wolfe, Social Systems I, "Is Freedom Possible" (Fall 1989)

    64. WCP 141, Applied Field Laboratory, "Gender and Community: Visual, Oral, and Written Explorations" (Fall 1989)

    65. WCP 300.A, Thomas, "Tutoring Writing and the New Rhetoric" (Fall 1989)

    66. WCP 333.A, Ellison, Junior Seminar in the Arts, Humanities, and Culture, (Fall 1989)

    67. WCP 333.B, Blaisdell, Junior Seminar, "The Science and Literature of Quest and Discovery" ( Fall 1989)

    68. WCP 333.C, Perlin, Junior Seminar, "Ethics and Law: A Seminar" (Fall 1989)

    69. WCP 444, Senior Project Presentations, (Fall 1989)

    70. WCP 112/114, Harrison-Pepper and Metcalf, Creativity and Culture I, "Ritual, Play, and Expressive Behavior" (Spring 1990)

    71. WCP 122/124, Cummins and Ritger, Natural Systems I, "Originations and Extinctions" (Spring 1990)

    72. WCP 132/134, Social Systems I, "Gender, Race, and Class: Perspectives on Oppression, Power, and Liberation" (Spring 1990)

    73. WCP 142, Dussol and Jentges, Applied Field Laboratory, (Spring 1990)

    74. WCP 212, Chase and Thomas, CCII, "Topic and the Problem of Interpretation" (Spring 1990)

    75. WCP 222, Stein, Cummins, Natural Systems II, "Planet Management- Stewardship and Sustainability" (Spring 1990)

    76. WCP 231/233, Blaisdell and LaGesse, Social Systems II, "Liberation and Emancipation: Politics, Religion, and the Quest for Community" (Spring 1990)

    77. WCP 334.A, Harrison-Pepper and Metcalf, Junior Seminar in Creativity and Culture, " Ritual, Play, and Expressive Behavior" (Spring 1990)

    78. WCP 333.B, Blaisdell, Junior Seminar, "Science and Religion: Interactions, Contrast, Compromise, and Conflict" (Spring 1990)

    79. WCP 334.C, Garrison, Junior Seminar, "Knowledge, Transcendence, and Political Life" (Spring 1990)

    80. WCP 444/445, Nicholson, Senior Project Workshop, (Spring 1990)

    81. WCP 111, Creativity and Culture I, "Science Fiction and Creating the Future" (Fall 1990)

    82. WCP 121/123, Cummins, Natural Systems I, "From the Universe to the Duck Ponds: Discovering Patterns and Processes in the Natural System" ( Fall 1990)

    83. WCP 131/133, Newell and Wolfe, Social Systems I, "Is Freedom Possible?" (Fall 1990)

    84. WCP 141, Dussol and Kupperman, Applied Field Laboratory, (Fall 1990)

    85. WCP 211/213, Hall and Metcalf, "Culture and the Other" The Artist Outsider and Collecting the Modern American Self" (Fall 1990)

    86. WCP 222, Green and Nicholson, Natural Systems II, "Geochemistry and Environment" (Fall 1990)

    87. WCP 231/233, Blaisdell and LaGesse, Social Systems II, "Liberation and Emancipation: Politics, Religions, and the Quest Community" (Fall 1990)

    88. WCP 333.A, Perlin, Junior Seminar, "Ethics and Law: A Seminar", (Fall 1990)

    89. WCP 333.B, Green, Junior Seminar, "Environmental chemistry" (Fall 1990)

    90. WCP 333.C, LaGesse, Social Systems Junior Seminar, " Women and A.I.R. Technologies: Global Linkages" ( Fall 1990)

    91. AMS 380, Hall and Metcalf, "Culture and the Other: The Artist Outsider and Collecting the Modern American Self" (Fall 1990)

    92. WCP 444/445, Garrison, Senior Project Workshop, (Fall 1990)

    93. WCP 112/114, Metcalf, Creativity and Culture I, "We are Living In a Material World: American Domestic Environments and American Identity" (Spring 1991)

    94. WCP 122/124, Green, Natural System I, "Extinction and Survival" (Spring 1991)

    95. WCP 132/134, Social Systems I, "By/on the Margins: Perspectives of Oppression, Power, and Liberation" (Spring 1991)

    96. WCP 143, Green and Myers, Applied Field Laboratory, "Technology" (Spring 1991)

    97. WCP 180.F, Newell, "Is Freedom Possible" (Spring 1991)

    98. WCP 212, Harrison-Pepper, Creativity and Culture II, "Politics and Art: Brecht, Revolution, and Theatre" (Spring 1991)

    99. WCP 221, Blaisdell and Perlin, Natural Systems II, "Biomedicine: Scientific and Humanistic Perspectives" (Spring 1991)

    100. WCP 231, Garrison and Stein, Social Systems II, "Social Theory" (Spring 1991)

    101. WCP 334.A, Ellison, Junior Seminar in the Arts, Humanities and Culture, "Country Music: The Character and Implications of a Popular Art" (Spring 1991)

    102. WCP 334.B, Nicholson, Science, Technology, and the Environment, "Chaos: A Consideration of Complex, Dynamical Systems

    103. WCP 334.C, Newell, Junior Seminar in Behavior, Institutions, and Social Change, "Integrating Affect and Reason- Expanded Economic Models" (Spring 1991)

    Interdisciplinary Studies; Syllabi; Western Course Syllabi; 1991-93; Box 1 Contents:

    1. WCP 111/113, Creativity and Culture I, "Rites of Passage" (Fall 1991)

    2. WCP 121/123, Natural Systems I, "From the Universe to the Duck Pond: Discovering Patterns in Natural Systems" (Fall 1991)

    3. WCP 131/133, Social Systems I, "Individualism and Success in America" (Fall 1991)

    4. WCP 141, Applied Field Laboratory, "Artistic Understandings and Expressions" ( Fall 1991)

    5. WCP 211/213, Creativity and Culture II, "The World-Wide Influence of Biblical Liberation Themes in History, Religion, Politics, and Literature" (Fall 1991)

    6. WCP 222/224, Natural Systems II, "Geochemistry and Environment" (Fall 1991)

    7. WCP 231/233, Social Change, "Social Movements and Strategies for Change" (Fall 1991)

    8. WCP 333 B, Jr. Seminar, "Science Fiction and the Ecological Imagination" (Fall 1991)

    9. WCP 333.A, Jr. Seminar, " Culture, Power, and Development" (Fall 1991)

    10. WCP 300 A/SOC 650, Law, Medicine, and Ethics, "Issues in Gerontology" (Fall 1991)

    11. WCP 333.C, Jr. Seminar, "Knowledge, Transcendence, and Political Life" (Fall 1991)

    12. WCP 444.A-D, Senior Project Workshop, (Fall 1991)

    13. WCP 112/114, Creativity and Culture 1, "Ritual, Play, and Expressive Behavior" (Spring 1992)

    14. WCP 122/124, Natural Systems I, "Success and Extinction" (Spring 1992)

    15. WCP 132/134, Social Systems I, "Groups- Tribal Cultures and their Assimilation (Spring 1992)

    16. WCP 142, Applied Field Laboratory: Technology, "Energy Technologies" (Spring 1992)

    17. WCP 212, Creativity and Culture II, "Fictional Worlds: An Expedition into Imagination, (Spring 1992)

    18. WCP 222, Natural Systems II, "A New Course in the Natural Systems Core Sequence (Spring 1992)

    19. WCP 231/233, Social Theory, "Utopias: Goals and Structures" (Spring 1992)

    20. WCP 334 A, Junior Seminar in Creativity and Culture, "The Art of Collage and Assemblage" (Spring 1992)

    21.WCP 333.B, Junior System, "Select Topics in the Sciences: A Discovery-Oriented Approach to Field Methods, (Spring 1992)

    22. WCP 334.C, Junior Seminar in Behavior, Institutions, and Social Change, "The Rational Self-Interest Model Expanded" (Spring 1992)

    23. WCP 444.A-D, Senior Project Workshop, (Spring 1992)

    24. WCP 444/445, Senior Project Workshop, (Summer 1992)

    25. SSII C, Reserve Readings, (Fall 1992)

    26. WCP 111/113, Creativity and Culture I, "Rites of Passage" (Fall 1992)

    27. WCP 121/123, Natural Systems I, "From the Universe to the Duck Pond: Discovering Patterns and Processes in Natural Systems" (Fall 1992)

    28. WCP 131/133, Social Systems, "Individualism and Success in America" (Fall 1992)

    29. WCP 141, Interdisciplinary Fine Arts, "Integrating Art and Community" (Fall 1992)

    30. WCP 141, Interdisciplinary Fine Arts, "Integrating Art and Community" (Fall 1992)

    31. WCP 141.C, Interdisciplinary Fine Arts, "Mapping through Art" (Fall 1992)

    32. WCP 141 A and D, Fine Arts, "Art Analysis " (Fall 1992)

    33. WCP 180.H, First Year Honors Seminar, "The Hitchhikers Guide to the University: An Exploration of Computers in Higher Education" (Fall 1992)

    34. WCP 211, Creativity and Culture II, "Women and Theatre: The Politics of Representation" (Fall 1992)

    35. WCP 221/233, Natural Systems II, "Geochemistry and Environment" (Fall 1992)

    36. WCP 231/233, Social Systems II, "Exodus and Liberation: The World-wide Influences of Biblical Themes in Her/His/Story, Religion, and Politics" (Fall 1992)

    37. WCP 300.G, Culture and Alternative Visions, (Fall 1992)

    38. WCP 333.A, Junior Seminar, (Fall 1992)

    39. WCP 334.B, Junior Seminar, "Chaos: A Consideration of Complex, Dynamical Systems" (Fall 1992)

    40.WCP 333.C, Junior Seminar, "The Hitchhikers Guide to the University" Computers, and Higher Education" (Fall 1992)

    41. WCP 444/445, Andrew Garrison, Senior Project Workshop, (Fall 1992-Spring 1993)

    42. WCP 112/114, Creativity and Culture I, "Ritual, Play, and Expressive Behavior" (Spring 1993)

    43. WCP 122/124, Natural Systems I, "Energy" (Spring 1993)

    44. WCP 132/134, LaGesse and Perlin, Social Systems I, "Two Nations? Perspectives on Dominant and Non-Dominant Cultures (Spring 1993)

    45. WCP 142, Myers and Wolfe, Interdisciplinary Studies, "Learning from Information Technologies" (Spring 1993)

    46. WCP 212/214, Hinkle and Myers, Creativity and Culture II, "Fictional Worlds: An Expedition into Imagination" (Spring 1993)

    47.WCP 222/224, Blaisdell and Cummins, Natural Systems II, "A New Course in the Natural Systems Core Sequence" (Spring 1993)

    48. WCP 232/234, Newell and Sweeney, Social Change, "Social Movements and Strategies for Change" (Spring 1993)

    49. WCP/AMS 300.C, Ellison, "Dynamics of Country Music Culture" (Spring 1993)

    50. WCP 300.G, Fine, "Culture and Alternative Visions" (Spring 1993)

    51. WCP 334 A, Piana, Junior Seminar in Culture and Creativity, "The Art of Collage and Assemblage" (Spring 1993)

    52. WCP 334B, Cummins, Junior Seminar, "A Discovery-Oriented Approach to Field Methods" (Spring 1993)

    53. WCP 334.C, Fine, Social Systems, "Considering the Holocaust" (Spring 1993)

    54. WCP 111/113, Creativity and Culture I, "Awakenings" (Fall 1993)

    55. WCP 121/23, Natural Systems, "From the Universe to the Duck Pond: Discovering Pattern and Processes in Natural Systems" (Fall 1993)

    56. WCP 131, Metcalf and Newell, Social Systems I, "Individualism and Success in America" (Fall 1993)

    57. WCP 141, Fine Arts, "Art and Self" (Fall 1993) WCP 211, Creativity and Culture II, "Culture and the Crisis of Modernity" (Fall 1993)

    58. WCP 221, Green and Nicholson, Natural Systems II, "Geochemistry and Environment" (Fall 1993)

    59. WCP 231, Blaisdell and LaGesse, Social Systems II, "Exodus and Liberation: The World-wide Influence of Biblical Themes in Religion, Politics, History, and Literature" (Fall 1993)

    60. WCP 333.A/SOC 650, Perlin, Seminar: Law, Medicine and Ethics, "Issues in Gerontology" (Fall 1993)

    61. WCP 333.B, Green, Seminar in the Sciences, "Paradigms and Revolutions in the Physical Sciences (Fall 1993)

    62. WCP 333.C, Junior Seminar- Behaviors, Institutions, and Social Change, "Science Fiction and Gender: Imagination, Reality and Imagined Reality" (Fall 1993)

    63. WCP 444/445, Fine, Senior Project Workshop, (Fall 1993- Spring 1994)

    64. WCP ?, Haynes, "Tutoring Writing and Compositional Theory" (Fall 1993)

    Interdisciplinary Studies; Syllabi; Western Course Syllabi; 2005-07; Box 1 Contents:

    1. WCP 333P, Lee and Longo, "Education for Social Change" (Spring 2008)

    2. WCP 261/262, Integrative Seminar, "What is Human Nature" (Spring 2008)

    3. WCP 333/334Q, "Ritual, Play, and Performance" (Spring 2008)

    4. WCP 300, Harrison-Pepper, Computer Assisted Learning Seminar, (Spring 2008)

    5. WCP 300H, Wolfe, Tappan Computer Center, (Spring 1980)

    6. WCP 445, Newell, Senior Project Workshop, (Spring 2008)

    7. WCP 122, Green, Natural Systems II, "Chemistry, Ecology, and Society" (Fall 2007)

    8. WCP WCP 132, Liu, Social Systems II, "Three Kingdoms: Character, Authority, and Strategy in Traditional China, (Fall 2007)

    9. WCP 211, Harrison-Pepper, "Women and Theatre: The Politics of Representatives" (Fall 2007)

    10. WCP 221, Nicholson, "Geochemistry and the Environment: Assessing Human Influences" (Fall 2007)

    11. WCP 231, Metcalf, "Kid's Stuff: Toys and Modern American Society" (Fall 2007)

    12. WCP 251.A, Ernsting, Integrative Learning Seminar, (Fall 2007)

    13. WCP 251.C, Ernsting, Integrative Learning Seminar, (Fall 2007)

    14. WCP 300X, Christof, Western Transitions and Traditions, (Fall 2007)

    15. WCP 344I.A, Wolfe, "Advanced Seminar: Information Knowledge, and Wisdom" (Fall 2007)

    16. WCP 334J, Green, "Geochemical and Literary Perspectives on the Environment" (Fall 2007)

    17. WCP 333K, Liu, "Bradbury and Lodge: British Satire" (Fall 2007)

    18. WCP 333N, Nicholson, "Fabric of History, Chemistry, Culture, and Choice in Woven Workings..." (Fall 2007)

    19. WCP 380I, Perlin, Seminar Topic: "Pain/Suffering: An Interdisciplinary Exploration", (Fall 2007)

    20. ZOO 400F, Perlin, "Contemporary Issues and Values in the Medical Profession" (Fall 2007)

    21. WCP 444, Newell, Senior Project Workshop, (Fall 2007)

    22. WCP 444/445, Fischer, Senior Project Workshop, (Summer I 2007)

    23. WCP 112/114, Sano, Creativity and Culture II, "The Working Class in America" (Spring 2007)

    24. WCP 112/114, Harrison-Pepper, Creativity and Culture II, "Work, Class, and Social Justice" (Spring 2007)

    25. WCP 122/124, Nicholson, Natural Systems II, "Chemistry, Ecology, and Society: Issues, Ideas, Possibilities" (Spring 2007)

    26. WCP 132,/134, Garrison and Liu, Social Systems II, "Three Kingdoms: Character, Authority, and Strategy in Traditional China" (Spring 2007)

    27. WCP 141, McPhail and Metcalf, Interdisciplinary Fine Arts, "The Aesthetics and Politics of Visual Rhetoric" (Spring 2007)

    28. WCP 261/262, Integrative Seminar on Human Nature, (Spring 2007)

    29. WCP 300.A, McPhail, Windate Writing Center, (Spring 2007)

    30. WCP 300.B, Cummins, Rothermal Science Center, (Spring 2007)

    31. WCP 300.G, McPhail, "Global Awareness Program" (Spring 2007)

    32. WCP 300.H, Fisher, "Tappan Computer Center" (Spring 2007)

    33. WCP 300.O , Manka, "The Historical Foundations and Personal Dynamics of Leadership" (Spring 2007)

    34. WCP 333.G, Metcalf, "Kids's Stuff: Toys and Modern American Society" (Spring 2007)

    35. WCP 333.H, Smith, "Social Entrepreneurship" (Spring 2007)

    36. WCP 333I, Liu, "Taoism (Daoism)" (Spring 2007)

    37. WCP 333.J, Nicholson, "Science Fiction: Reality in Disguise" (Spring 2007)

    38. WCP 334.E, Green, "Environmental, Chemistry, and Geochemistry" (Spring 2007)

    39. WCP 334, Blaisdell, Advanced Seminar, "Religion and Science: Science and Creation" (Spring 2007)

    40. WCP 334.W/THE 393, McPhail and Armstrong, "Public Memory and Social Justice: The Legacy of Freedom Summer" (Spring 2007)

    41. WCP 380, Blaisdell, "Natural Theology, Natural Selection, and Intelligent" (Spring 2007)

    42. Bimmel and Kasch, "Western Transitions and Traditions" (Spring 2007)

    43. WCP 445, Newell, "Senior Project Workshop" (Spring 2007)

    44. WCP 111/113, Creativity and Culture, "Representation: Framing Reality" (Fall 2006)

    45. WCP 121/123, Natural Science, (Fall 2006)

    46. WCP 131H/133H, Social Systems I, "American Utopias: International Communities of the 20th and 21st centuries in the USA" (Fall 2006)

    47. WCP 142, Wolfe, Interdisciplinary Technology, "Digital Storytelling" (Fall 2006)

    48. WCP 211, Harrison-Pepper and Keller, Creativity and Culture, "Women and Theatre: The Politics of Representation" (Fall 2006)

    49. WCP 221, Nicholson, Natural Sciences, "Geochemistry and the Environment" (Fall 2006)

    50. WCP 231, Blaisdell and Perlin, Social Systems III, "Medicine and Society: Concepts and Cases" (Fall 2006)

    51. WCP 251, Ernsting, Integrative Learning Seminar, (Fall 2006)

    52. WCP 277/377, Kasch, Independent Study, "Music Production" (Fall 2006)

    53. WCP 300A, McPhail, "Writing Processes Across the Disciplines: Windate Writing Center Peabody" (Fall 2006)

    54. WCP 333.D, Smith, Advanced Seminar, (Fall 2006)

    55. WCP 330.G, Krishman, "Global Perspectives" (Fall 2006)

    56. WCP 333.F, Good and Gracie Jr., Advanced Seminar, "Interdisciplinary Perspectives on War in the Twentieth Century" (Fall 2006)

    57. WCP 334.D, McPhail, Advanced Seminar, (Fall 2006)

    58. WCP 380.Q, Perlin, Advanced Seminar, "Forgetting: An Interdisciplinary Exploration" (Fall 2006)

    59. WCP F105, Metcalf, Advanced Seminar, "Kids Stuff: Toys and Modern American Society" (Fall 2006)

    60. WCP 444, Newell, Senior Project Workshop, (Fall 2006)

    61. WCP 444/445, Nies, Senior Project Workshop, (Summer 2006)

    62. WCP 111/113, Creativity and Culture, "Studies in Representation" (Fall 2005)

    63. WCP 122, Nicholson, Natural Systems II, "Chemistry, Ecology and Society: Issues, Ideas, Possibilities" (Spring 2006)

    64. WCP 132, Garrison and Liu, Social Systems II, "Three Kingdoms: Character, Authority, and Strategy in Traditional China" (Spring 2006)

    65. WCP 141, McPhail and Metcalf, Creativity and Culture, "The Aesthetics and Politics of Visual Rhetoric" (Spring 2005)

    66. WCP 180.K, Perlin, University Honors and Scholars Program, " Deception: An Interdisciplinary Exploration" (Spring 2006)

    67. WCP 261/262, Integrative Seminar," What is Human Nature?", (Spring 2006)

    68. WCP 300M, Silas, Honors/Western Seminar, "Yoga: Ancient Theory and Modern Practice" (Spring 2006)

    69. WCP 300.O, Manka, "The Historical Foundations and Personal Dynamics of Leadership" (Spring 2006)

    70. WCP 300.U, Della-Piana, Multimedia Art and Design Workshop, (Spring 2006)

    71. WCP 333. A, Keller, Advanced Seminar, "Gender and Sexuality in U.S. Literature: Lesbians and Visual Culture" (Spring 2006)

    72. WCP 333.B, Della-Piana, "Towards Understanding Contemporary Africa" (Spring 2006)

    73. WCP 333.C, Bell, "Identity and the Built Environment" (Spring 2006)

    74. WCP 334, Bates and Nies, "College Student Development", (Spring 2006)

    75. WCP 334B, McCollum, Natural Systems Advanced Seminar, "Science News; What's New?" (Spring 2006)

    76. WCP 334.B, Perlin, "Death and Dying" (Spring 2006)

    77. WCP 445, Newell, Senior Project Workshop, (Spring 2006)

    78. WCP 111/113, Creativity and Culture I, "Studies in Representation" (Fall 2005)

    79. WCP 122/124, Natural Systems I, "Participatory Research in the Environmental Studies" (Fall 2005)

    80. WCP 131H/133H, Social Systems I, "Stuff: The Life Cycle of Material Goods" (Fall 2005)

    81. WCP 142, McPhail and Wolfe, Interdisciplinary Technology, "Digital Storytelling" (Fall 2005)

    82. WCP 211, Harrison-Pepper and Keller, "Woman and Theatre: The Politics of Representation" (Fall 2005)

    83. WCP 221, McCollum and Nicholson, "Geochemistry and the Environment" (Fall 2005)

    84. WCP 231, Blaisdell and Perlin, Social Systems III, "Medicine and Society: Concepts and Cases" (Fall 2005)

    85. WCP 251, Ernsting and Nies, Integrative Learning Seminar, (Fall 2005)

    86. WCP 300.A, McPhail, Windate Writing Center, (Fall 2005)

    87. WCP 300.B, Cummins, Rothermal Science Center, (Fall 2005)

    88. WCP 300.F, Harrison-Pepper, Western Performance Group, (Fall 2005)

    89. WCP 300.G, Krishan, Global Awareness, (Fall 2005)

    90. WCP 300.H, Wolfe, Tappan Center, (Fall 2005)

    91. WCP 333.C, Nicholson

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