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Pitzer College    
 
    
 
  Jan 18, 2018
 
2016-2017 Pitzer Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


 

Religious Studies

   •  RLST 116 PO -The Lotus Sutra in East Asia
   •  RLST 117 PO -The World of Mahayana Scriptures: Art, Doctrine and Practice
   •  RLST 118 CM -Hindu Goddess Worship
   •  RLST 119 PZ -Religion in Medieval East Asia
   •  RLST 120 CM -The Life of Jesus
   •  RLST 121 SC -The Pauline Tradition
   •  RLST 128 PO -The Religion of Islam
   •  RLST 129 CM -Formative Judaism
   •  RLST 132 PO -Messiahs and the Millennium
   •  RLST 133 PO -Modern Judaism
   •  RLST 135 CM -Jerusalem: The Holy City
   •  RLST 136 CM -Religion in Contemporary America
   •  RLST 137 CM -Jewish-Christian Relations
   •  RLST 138 CM -American Religious History
   •  RLST 139 PO -Benjamin, Blanchot, Levinas, Derrida: Contemporary Continental Jewish Philosophy
   •  RLST 140 PO -The Stories We Tell: Narrative and the Moral Imagination
   •  RLST 141 PO -The Experience of God: Contemporary Theologies of Transformation
   •  RLST 142 AF -The Problem of Evil: African-American Engagements With (in) Western Thought
   •  RLST 143 CM -Philosophy of Religion
   •  RLST 144 CM -Life, Death and Survival of Death
   •  RLST 145 CM -Religion and Science
   •  RLST 146 CM -The Holocaust
   •  RLST 147 HM -World Religions and Transnational Religions: American and Global Movements (3)
   •  RLST 148 PO -Sufism
   •  RLST 149 PO -Islamic Thought
   •  RLST 150 AF -The Eye of God: Race and Empires of the Sun
   •  RLST 152 PO -Ritual and Magic in Children's Literature
   •  RLST 153 CM -Religion and American Politics
   •  RLST 154 PO -Life, Love and Suffering in Biblical Wisdom and the Modern World
   •  RLST 155 PO -Religion, Ethics and Social Practice
   •  RLST 156 CM -The Protestant Reformation
   •  RLST 157 PO -Philosophical Responses to the Holocaust
   •  RLST 158 PO -Introduction to Jewish Mysticism
   •  RLST 160 SC -Feminist Interpretations of the Gospels
   •  RLST 161 CM -Gurus, Swamis, and Others: Hindu Wisdom Beyond South Asia
   •  RLST 162 PO -Modern Jewish Philosophy
   •  RLST 163 CM -Women and Gender in the Jewish Tradition
   •  RLST 164 PO -Engendering and Experience: Women in the Islamic Tradition
   •  RLST 165 CM -Religion and Politics in Medieval and Early Modern Europe
   •  RLST 166A PO -The Divine Body: Religion and the Environment
   •  RLST 166B PO -Religion, Politics and Global Violence
   •  RLST 169 CM -Christianity and Politics in East Asia
   •  RLST 170 SC -Women and Religion in Greco-Roman Antiquity
   •  RLST 171 CM -Religion and Film
   •  RLST 172 PO -The Bible Goes to Hollywood: Ideological Afterlives of Scripture
   •  RLST 174 CM -Religion and the American Presidency
   •  RLST 176 CM -Visionaries, Prophets and Transformative Leadership
   •  RLST 177 PO -Gender and Religion
   •  RLST 178 PO -The Modern Jewish Experience
   •  RLST 179 HM -Special Topics in Religious Studies
   •  RLST 180 PO -Interpreting Religious Worlds
   •  RLST 183 HM -Ghosts and Machines: Occult Mediumship and Modern Media
   •  RLST 184 HM -Science and Religion
   •  RLST 184 PO -Queer Theory and the Bible
   •  RLST 190 PO -Senior Seminar in Religious Studies
   •  RLST 191 PO -Senior Thesis

Science, Technology and Society

   •  ANTH 111 HM -Introduction to the Anthropology of Science and Technology
   •  HIST 081 HM -Science and Technology in the Early Modern World: History of Science, Renaissance to 1800
   •  HIST 082 HM -Science and Technology in the Modern World
   •  STS 010 HM -Introduction to Science, Technology and Society
   •  STS 080 PO -History of Science: Science and Technology in the Ancient and Medieval Worlds.
   •  STS 081 PZ -Science and Technology in the Early Modern World
   •  STS 114 HM -Social and Political Issues in Clinic
   •  STS 185 HM -Science and Engineering from an “Other” Perspective
   •  STS 187 HM -HIV-AIDS: Science, Society and Service
   •  STS 190 PO -Senior Integrative Seminar
   •  STS 191 PZ -Senior Thesis

Sociology

   •  ONT 108 PZ -Individual and Social Well Being
   •  SOC 001 PZ -Sociology and Its View of the World
   •  SOC 009 PZ -Food, Culture, Power
   •  SOC 011 PZ -Criminal Organizations & Gangs
   •  SOC 012 PZ -Sociology of Television
   •  SOC 030 CH -Chicana/o in Contemporary Society
   •  SOC 031 PZ -Exploring Urban Landscapes
   •  SOC 035 PZ -Race and Ethnic Relations
   •  SOC 051 PZ -Class, Caste and Colonialism
   •  SOC 055 PO -Population and Environment
   •  SOC 055 PZ -Juvenile Delinquency
   •  SOC 058 PZ -Gender and Media
   •  SOC 071 PZ -Sociology of Popular Music
   •  SOC 077 PZ -Indigenous Movements
   •  SOC 078 PZ -American Indian Movements
   •  SOC 079 PZ -Scandinavian Culture and Society
   •  SOC 080 PZ -Secularism: Local/Global
   •  SOC 081 PZ -Sociology Through Film
   •  SOC 082 PZ -Racial Politics of Teaching
   •  SOC 083 PZ -Sociology of Education
   •  SOC 084 AA -Nonviolent Social Change
   •  SOC 086 PZ -Social Inequality
   •  SOC 088 PZ -Hip Hop and Incarceration
   •  SOC 091 PZ -Political Sociology
   •  SOC 095 PZ -Contemporary Central Asia
   •  SOC 101 PZ -Quantitative Research Methods
   •  SOC 102 PZ -Qualitative Research Methods
   •  SOC 108 PZ -Moon Called Blk Wmn Preg&Chldbth
   •  SOC 109 PZ -African American Social Theory
   •  SOC 110 PZ -Classical Sociological Theory
   •  SOC 111 PZ -Social Movements and Social Change
   •  SOC 112 PZ -Contemporary Social Theory
   •  SOC 114 CH -Los Angeles Communities: Transformations, Inequality and Activism
 

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