2016-2017 Pitzer Catalog 
    
    Oct 19, 2018  
2016-2017 Pitzer Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


 

Sociology

   •  SOC 114 PZ -Sociology of Religion
   •  SOC 116 PZ -Women and Law
   •  SOC 118 PZ -Sociology of Secularity
   •  SOC 120 PZ -Sex Politics
   •  SOC 122 PZ -Sociology of Health and Medicine
   •  SOC 124 AA -Global Asia/Asia America
   •  SOC 124 AF -Race, Place and Space
   •  SOC 126 AA -Immigration and the Second Generation
   •  SOC 130 PZ -Selling Emotions
   •  SOC 136 AF -Framing “Urban” Life
   •  SOC 141 CH -Chicanas and Latinas in the U.S.
   •  SOC 142 AF -The Black and South Asian Diaspora in Great Britain
   •  SOC 145 CH -Restructuring Communities
   •  SOC 146 PZ -Sociology of HOmelessness
   •  SOC 150 AA -Contemporary Asian American Issues
   •  SOC 150 CH -Chicana/os/Latinas/os and Education
   •  SOC 157 PZ -Men & Women in American Society
   •  SOC 165 PZ -Secularism and Skepticism
   •  SOC 170 PZ -Internship: Sociology of Health and Medicine
   •  SOC 188 AA -Teaching as Social Change
   •  SOC 189A PZ -IGLAS Seminar
   •  SOC 194A PZ -Global Local Research Workshop
   •  SOC 194B PZ -Global Local Teaching Workshop
   •  SOC 199A PZ -Senior Seminar
   •  SOC 199B PZ -Advanced Independent Research Project/Thesis
   •  SOSC 147 HM -Enterprise and the Entrepreneur
   •  SOSC 180 HM -Tropical Forests: Policy and Practice

Spanish

   •  CHLT 126A CH -Chicana/o Movement Literature
   •  CHLT 126B CH -Contemporary Chicana/o Literature
   •  SPAN 001 PZ -Introductory Spanish
   •  SPAN 002 PZ -Introductory Spanish
   •  SPAN 022 PZ -Intensive Introductory Spanish
   •  SPAN 031 PZ -Community-Based Spanish Practicum
   •  SPAN 033 PZ -Intermediate Spanish
   •  SPAN 044 PZ -Advanced Spanish: Languages and Cultures
   •  SPAN 050 PZ -Spanish for Heritage Speakers
   •  SPAN 055 PZ -Advanced Conversation Through Film
   •  SPAN 065 CH -Spanish for Bilinguals I
   •  SPAN 070 SC -Advanced Spanish: Spanish for Science
   •  SPAN 077 PZ -Teaching for Communicative Competency
   •  SPAN 100 PZ -Spanish in the Community
   •  SPAN 100A PO -Advanced Spanish for Heritage Speakers
   •  SPAN 101 SC -Introduction to Literary Analysis
   •  SPAN 102 CM -Latin American Culture and Civilization
   •  SPAN 103 SC -Advanced Conversation and Composition
   •  SPAN 105 PO -Spanish Film
   •  SPAN 106 PO -Images of Latin America
   •  SPAN 107 PO -Identity Matters in Latin American Literature and Culture
   •  SPAN 109 PO -Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics
   •  SPAN 110 SC -Introduction to Spanish Civilization
   •  SPAN 120A PO -Survey of Spanish Literature
   •  SPAN 120B PO -Survey of Spanish Literature
   •  SPAN 120B SC -Survey of Spanish Literature
   •  SPAN 122 CM -Immigration in Spanish Literature and Film
   •  SPAN 124 CM -Visions of Democracy: New Spanish Voices after the Fall of the Dictatorship
   •  SPAN 125A PO -Survey of Spanish American Literature
   •  SPAN 125B PO -Survey of Spanish American Literature
   •  SPAN 126 PO -In Short: Latin American Story-Telling
   •  SPAN 127 CH -Literatura Chicano en Español
   •  SPAN 129 PO -Early Modern Women Writers
   •  SPAN 130 PO -Spectacles of the Body in Contemporary Latin American Fiction and Culture
   •  SPAN 135 PZ -Los Angeles: La Ciudad, su Gente y sus Historias/Los Angeles: The City, its People and its Stories.
   •  SPAN 140 PO -From the “Boom” to “Literatura Lite”: Gender and Genre in Contemporary Latin American Literature and Culture
   •  SPAN 142 PO -Tropicalizations: Transcultural Representations of Latinidad
   •  SPAN 144 PZ -Environ Issues in Latin America
   •  SPAN 146 PO -El deseo de la palabra: Poetry or Death
   •  SPAN 148 CM -Special Topics in Spanish
   •  SPAN 150 CM -Nation and Identity in 19th-Century Spanish America
   •  SPAN 152 CM -Gender in 19th-Century Spanish America
   •  SPAN 155 CM -Latin American Short Story
   •  SPAN 155 SC -Short Fiction by Hispanic Women Writers
   •  SPAN 156 SC -From Macondo to McOndo: Revisiting the Latin American Short Story
   •  SPAN 158 CM -Revolutions and Revolutionary Thought in Spanish America
   •  SPAN 164 SC -Masterpieces of Hispanic Theater
   •  SPAN 170 PO -Don Quixote and Cultural Identity
   •  SPAN 175 SC -From Freedom and Democracy to Dictatorship and Repression: The Aftermath of the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1975
   •  SPAN 176 SC -From Tyranny to Democracy: The Politics of Culture in Spain Between 1975-1992
   •  SPAN 178 CM -The New Latin American Cinema: History, Politics, Gender and Society
   •  SPAN 179 CM -Mexican Cinema in the New Millennium
   •  SPAN 179 SC -Fe, Esperanza, Amor y Muerte: Women Writers of the Hispanic World
   •  SPAN 180 PO -A Time of Crisis: Spanish Literature from 1898 to 1936
   •  SPAN 182 CM -Latin American Documentary Cinema
   •  SPAN 184 SC -The Image and the Word/La imagen y la palabra
   •  SPAN 185 PO -The Avant-Garde in Spain
   •  SPAN 186 PZ -Latin American Cultural Diaspora
   •  SPAN 187 PZ -Expressions of Latin American Popular Cultures
   •  SPAN 189 PZ -Seminar on Contemporary Issues in the Spanish Speaking World
   •  SPAN 199 PZ -Senior Research Project Seminar

Theatre

   •  THEA 001A PO -Basic Acting: Tools & Fundamentals
   •  THEA 001C PO -Basic Acting: Chicano Theatre & Performance
   •  THEA 001D PO -Basic Acting: Improvised Realism
   •  THEA 001E PO -Basic Acting: Acting for Social Change
   •  THEA 001F PO -Basic Acting: Performing Asia America
   •  THEA 002 PO -The Dramatic Imagination
   •  THEA 004 PO -Queer Theatre Activism
   •  THEA 007 PO -Devising Performance
   •  THEA 012 PO -Intermediate Acting
   •  THEA 013 PO -Corporeal Mime
   •  THEA 014 PO -Corporeal Mime and Pedagogy
   •  THEA 017 PO -Make-up
 

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