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2016-2017 Pitzer Catalog
Pitzer College
   
 
    
 
  Dec 12, 2017
 
2016-2017 Pitzer Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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    BIOL BIOL -Semester Long Research Project in Biological and Environmental Science


    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.

Accelerated Integrated Science Sequence

  
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    AISS 001AL KS -Accelerated Integrated Science Sequence 1


    Institution: Scripps

    Description: For course info, please see Scripps College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    AISS 001BL KS -Accelerated Integrated Science Sequence 1


    Institution: Scripps

    Description: For course info, please see Scripps College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    AISS 002AL KS -Accelerated Integrated Science Sequence 2


    Institution: Scripps

    Description: For course info, please see Scripps College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    AISS 002BL KS -Accelerated Integrated Science Sequence 2


    Institution: Scripps

    Description: For course info, please see Scripps College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.

Africana Studies

  
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    AFRI 010A AF -Introduction to Africana Studies


    Institution: Pomona

    Description: For course info, please see Pomona College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    AFRI 010B AF -Introduction to Africana Studies: Research Methods


    Institution: Scripps

    Description: For course info, please see Scripps College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    AFRI 120 AF -Prisons and Public Education


    Institution: Scripps

    Description: For course info, please see Scripps College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    AFRI 149 AF -Africana Political Theory: Black Political Theory in the United States


    Institution: Scripps

    Description: For course info, please see Scripps College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    AFRI 190 AF -Africana Studies Senior Seminar


    Institution: Pomona

    Description: For course info, please see Pomona College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    AFRI 191 AF -Senior Thesis


    Institution: Pomona

    Description: For course info, please see Pomona College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    AFRI 192 AF -Senior Project


    Institution: Pomona

    Description: For course info, please see Pomona College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    AFRI 193 AF -Senior Comprehensive Examination


    Institution: Pomona

    Description: For course info, please see Pomona College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.

American Studies

  
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    AMST 103 JT -Introduction to American Culture


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: This course, taught by an intercollegiate faculty team, introduces principal themes in American culture. Its interdisciplinary approach brings together such areas as art, music, politics, social history, literature, sociology, and anthropology. Topics frequently covered include the origins of the American self, ethnic diversity, immigration, women, the West, modernism, consensus and dissent.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    AMST 180 PZ -Seminar in American Studies


    Institution: Pitzer College

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    AMST 180 SC -Seminar in American Studies


    Institution: Scripps

    Description: For course info, please see Scripps College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    AMST 190 JT -Senior Thesis Seminar


    Institution: Pomona

    Description:
    Exclusively for American Studies majors who are preparing to write a senior thesis.


    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    AMST 191 PZ -Senior Thesis


    Institution: Pitzer

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.

Anthropology

  
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    ANTH 001 PZ -Introduction to Archaeology and Biological Anthropology


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: An introduction to the basic concepts, theories, methods and discourses of these fields. The course includes an examination of human evolution as well as a survey of human cultural development from the Stone Age to the rise of urbanism. Each student is required to participate in one lab session per week in addition to the regular lecture meetings.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 002 PZ -Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: An introduction to the basic concepts, theories and methods of social and cultural anthropology. An investigation of the nature of sociocultural systems using ethnographic materials from a wide range of societies.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 003 PZ -Language, Culture & Society


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: This course introduces the field of linguistic anthropology, examining language in social and
    cultural context. Students will become familiar with basic concepts and qualitative methods in the
    social sciences, including ethnographic fieldwork and the analysis of face-to-face communication.
    We look for ways of answering questions such as these:

    • How do everyday conversational practices create solidarity between people, or set them apart from
    one another? How does talk reflect and create relations of power?
    • How do words combine with other semiotic modalities (gesture, facial expression, prosody) to
    convey subtle messages?
    • Why do miscommunications arise, even between people who speak the same language?
    • How do children learn to speak not only grammatically, but also appropriately?
    • How does language shape our thoughts or the ways we perceive the world?

    In this course, we explore language  as a complex form of social action-not merely a vehicle for
    communicating thoughts and meanings, but a means of creating the social world. We consider ways
    that language acts on us, and ways that we act through language: achieving relationships,
    constituting identities, constructing norms and patterns of thought, and positioning ourselves and
    others in relation to global systems of power and inequality.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.

  
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    ANTH 004 PZ -Environmental Anthropology


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: This class provides an introduction to the study of human-environment interactions from an anthropological perspective. We will look at the ways that humans imagine, impact, and manage nature, and what role nature plays in the social lives of people around the world. Through careful reading of ethnographic materials, viewing films, lectures, and discussions, we will analyze the ways that people create boundaries between the “natural” and “cultural” realms, how these boundaries are maintained, changed, or broken down through various practices.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 009 PZ -Food, Culture, Power


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: Food Is a source of our collective passion. In this course we will examine Individual and collective food memories and social history. The course will address local and global modes of food production, distribution, and consumption, as well as alternative food culture and eating disorders.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    Cross-listing: CHLT009 CH, SOC 009 PZ

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 011 PZ -The World Since 1492


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: This course explores the last 500 years of world history. In examining this large expanse of time, the focus is on four closely related themes:

    1. struggles between Europeans and colonized peoples,
    2. the global formation of capitalist economies and industrialization,
    3. the formation of modern states, and
    4. the formation of the tastes, disciplines and dispositions of bourgeois society.


    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    Cross-listing: HIST 011 PZ

    Formerly: HIST 021 PZ/ ANTH 021 PZ

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 012 PZ -Native Americans and Their Environments


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: rious environments. Are patterns of collecting wild resources or farming primary foods environmentally determined? How does the physical environment affect a group’s social system, politics, art, religion? What impact do these cultural factors have on a group’s utilization of its environment? We will examine these and other issues through class discussions and readings. We will consider several regions of North America in our study of such groups as the Inuit, Kwakiutl, Cahuilla, Hopi, Navajo, Dakota and Iroquois.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 016 PZ -Introduction to Nepal


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: The course provides an introduction to the history and cultures of Nepal. Drawing on ethnographic accounts and anthropological framings, the class explores gender, literacy, class, caste, consumption, and recent political changes in contemporary Nepal. This course is appropriate for, but not limited to, students interested in study abroad in Nepal.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 020 PZ -Human Histories:Onset to 1500ish


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: HUMAN HISTORIES: ONSET TO 1500ish.  This course examines human histories from the onset of human existence up to 1500ish. Topics include: the distinctiveness of humans as a species, and evidence for this over the course of the late Paleolithic; histories of agriculture and of major food crops and their movements over time; environmental impacts of diverse human settlements; social inequalities and state formations, and resistance to both; world religious traditions; and cultural differentiation. The course is global in perspective by virtue of (a) its attention to connections, or flows, between dispersed geographic sites, and (b) its use of cross-cultural comparisons.  Fundamental to the course is a rejection of the distinction between humans without history and humans with history. 

    Cross-listing: HIST020 PZ

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.

    Please check course schedule for requirements.

  
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    ANTH 047 PZ -Language, Identity and Violence


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: This course surveys literature from linguistic anthropology to investigate the processes by which social categories such as gender, race, and ethnicity are constructed and set in opposition. Topics include how language reflects and produces identities, how language shapes thought, and how ideologies about languages and speakers organize social life. Using the lens of language, we seek to understand forms of violence ranging from everyday discrimination to genocidal killing.

    Prerequisite(s): Students should have a foundation in linguistic anthropology (ANTH003)

    Note(s): Juniors and Seniors only

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 048 PZ -Anthropology of Deviance and Abnormality


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: This course uses the lens of psychological anthropology to examine the relationship between culture and ways of constructing, interpreting, and responding to deviance and abnormality. It deals primarily with varieties of deviance that can be construed as “mental illness,” and focuses especially on the interactions people around the world have with Western, biomedical psychiatry.

    Prerequisite(s): Students should be familiar with basic ideas in anthropology and/or psychology

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 050 PZ -Sex, Body, Reproduction


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: Is there a line between nature and culture? Drawing on historical, ethnographic and popular sources, this course will examine the cultural roots of forms of knowledge about sex, the body and reproduction and the circulation of cultural metaphors in medical, historical and colonial discourse.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 052 PZ -Indigenous Societies: Histories of Encounters


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: The course gives an overview of the current lives of indigenous societies in different parts of the world (North America, South America, Africa, and Asia). We will examine major topics that mark their encounters with nation-states: political power, economic development, gender relations, collective rights, healthy, formal education, and religion. The course compares a variety of ethnographic cases (through movies and texts) to expose the difference and similarities between ‘indigenous peoples.”

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 054 PO -Human Interactions with Preindustrial Environments.


    Institution: Pomona

    Description: For course info, please see Pomona College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 055 PZ -Brazil: An Introduction


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: Class designed to provide students with a broad introduction to Brazil. Course will cover relevant issues in Brazilian culture(s), economy, history, literature, cinema, and politics. Course will include ethnographic/community learning through the large Brazilian immigrant population in LA and through Brazilian events.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 056 PZ -Run to the Forest


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: This course is a visual, artistic and intellectual reflection about the insertion of traditional Amazonian indigenous knowledge within local and global discourses of nature, sustainability and development. This course explores art as a form of dialogue about nature, time, consumption, and cosmology for Amazonian indigenous peoples.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 059 PO -Archaeology


    Institution: Pomona

    Description: For course info, please see Pomona College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 067 PZ -Monkeys, Apes and Humans


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: This course will explore the primates of the world–their social behaviors, ecology, and the habitats in which they live. Issues to be discussed include primate mating strategies, mother-infant bonds, infanticide and rape, the use of tools and medicinal plants, and language learning among captive apes. Finally, the course will examine human behavior and its reflection in our nonhuman primate cousins.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 070 PZ -Culture and the Self


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: This course examines the way emotions, cognition and motivations are shaped by culture. Topics will include ideas of personhood in different societies, cultural differences in child rearing, whether there are any universal emotions or categories of thought and mental illness cross-culturally.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    Note(s): Psych Majors: Satisfies SOC

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 072 PZ -Visual Politics of Global Indigeneity


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: This course will examine the ways that racial and ethnic identifications are created, maintained, and circulated through visual materials such as film, photography, art, and video games. With a special focus on global indigenous groups, we will investigate what impact such visual representations have on people’s lived political realities, and the ways that groups wield the power of visuality to influence politics. This course will require viewing films outside of class, in addition to reading assignments. Students will be evaluated on current events presentations, response papers, facilitating a class discussion, and a final paper.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 076 PZ -American Political Discourses


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: This course will examine individualist discourses and alternatives to them (e.g., populist, religious, ethnic/racial identity, socialist, New Age) in the United States. We will study how these discourses have been used in the past and present by elites and average citizens, including their key words, metaphors, rhetorical styles and unspoken assumptions. The focus of the class will be original research projects examining the ways these discourses are used in discussions of politics and public policy.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 080 PZ -Anthropology of United States


    Institution: Pitzer College

    Description: When you live in the United States. It is difficult to take an anthropological perspective on it. In this course we will immerse ourselves in ethnographic descriptions (books, documentaries, and so on) that bring into relief aspects of American culture and society that stand out by comparison with other societies, as well as diversity of class, regional, religious, ethnic and other cultures in the United states. This course will prepare you for any research you later conduct in the United States and to be attuned to assumptions underlying schooling, families, work, leisure, and many other aspects of life.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 082 PZ -Global Environmental Conflict


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: This class uses the tools of anthropology and political ecology to examine environmental conflicts in an era that scholars increasingly refer to as the “Anthropocene.” We will consider what it means to live in a world in which the human influence on the environment is pervasive. We will also examine the institutions and forces that mediate human impacts on the environment, including the relationships between corporations and their critics; production, consumption, and waste; and the role of nongovernmental organizations. Students will have the opportunity to apply their anthropological understandings to public communication about the California drought in the final project.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.

    Please check course schedule for requirements.

  
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    ANTH 083 PZ -Life Stories


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: We cannot just tell any story about ourselves. This course examines life stories from various societies and time periods, including our own. The focus is on the cultural concepts of self, linguistic resources, and aspects of autobiographical memory that shape how we represent and imagine our lives.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 086 PZ -Anthropology of Public Policy


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: Cultural assumptions help determine debates about public policy, as well as what is not even considered a subject for debate. This course will focus on the way past and current cultural assumptions have shaped policies in the United States and other nations about the environment, abortion, welfare, immigration and other issues.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 087 SC -Contemporary Issues in Gender and Islam


    Institution: Scripps

    Description: For course info, please see Scripps College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    Note(s): RLST Major: MES, CWS

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 088 PZ -China: Gender, Cosmology and the State


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: How can we understand contemporary China?  In this class we will examine an array of topics from constructions of female pollution, kinship, marriage, folk religion and the canonization of state-approved deities to the experiences of the socialist transformation and reform era representations of modernity from soap operas and ethnic tourism to urban ghost towns and labor unrest.  These explorations seek to provide students with an understanding of Chinese beliefs and practices contextualized in state and global arenas from the 20th century to the present.  This class is a discussion-based seminar.  It should be of interest to students interested in culture, religion, gender and state discourse.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    Note(s): RLST Majors: HRT I

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 089 PZ -The American Sixties


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: This course will examine the now much mythologized period of American history known as “the sixties.” It will inevitably deal with the sordid history of “sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll,” as well as histories of revolting youth. But just as importantly, the course will be driven by three theoretical questions. First, what is the relationship between the political activism of bourgeois youth in the “the sixties” and ritualized processes of social reproduction, experienced as the transition from “childhood” to “adulthood”? Second, what is the relationship between the leftist politics of “the sixties” and the historical formation of professional managerial classes in U.S. and world history? And third, how do singular events-such as the decade’s iconic assassination of President John F. Kennedy-articulate with cultural schemas?

    Prerequisite(s): Anth/Hist 11 or concurrent enrollment in Anth/Hist 11. Please also check the current course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 097G SC -Political Anthropology


    Institution: Scripps

    Description: For course info, please see Scripps College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 099 PZ -China in the 21st Century: Gender, Culture, Nation


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: This class will examine China in the 21st Century. Particular attention will be paid to the shift from communist to nationalist discourse; labor unrest and the declining state sector economy; land seizures and rural protest; generational differences and tensions; sex and gender; consumer culture; the rule of law; popular ritual practice; and modernity.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 100 PZ -Cannibalism, Shamanism, Alterity.


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: Course will read and discuss contemporary theories on alterity (otherness), focusing on indigenous forms of producing otherness involving humans, non-humans, and non-material subjects. Alterity and subjectivity in Amerindian societies are produced through the manipulations of bodies; cannibalism and shamanism are particular forms of creating the social body and different types of subjects.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 101 PZ -Theory and Method in Archaeology


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: This course considers theoretical approaches in archaeology and compares their assumptions, methods and results. Problems of interpreting archaeological data will be discussed. Students will have practical experience with field methods of excavation and laboratory analysis of artifacts.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 102 PZ -Museums and Material Culture


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: Material culture consists of artifacts that represent the behaviors of humans who create, utilize, value and discard things in culturally significant ways. This course will investigate the cultural and individual meanings of objects from several different groups. A major section of the course will focus on museums: how they present cultural materials (and possibly misrepresent). In required lab section meetings throughout the semester, students will cooperate to design and mount an exhibition of early American material culture.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 103 PZ -Museums: Behind the Glass


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: The focus of this course is on the museum as a cultural institution. In the class we will consider why our society supports museums and why we expect that a museum will conserve materials which are deemed of cultural value and exhibit these for the education of the public. A significant part of each student’s experience in the course will consist of a working internship in a nearby museum.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 105 PZ -Field Methods in Anthropology


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: An investigation of various methods used in the study of culture, e.g., participant observation, key informant interviewing, linguistic analysis. Students will learn techniques of both collecting and analyzing sociocultural data and will carry out a range of research projects during the course of the semester.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.

    Please check course schedule for requirements.

  
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    ANTH 108 SC -Kinship, Family, Sexuality.


    Institution: Scripps

    Description: For course info, please see Scripps College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 110 HM -Life: Knowledge and Practices


    Institution: Harvey Mudd

    Description: For course info, please see Harvey Mudd College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 110 PZ -Nature and Society in Amazonia


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: The course investigates the relations between humans and the environment, focusing on the inter-play of social and natural Amazonian worlds in material, political, cultural and economic terms. The course has ethnographic and historical components: we will study different Amazonian groups and the ways their lives connect to the forest and its beings; we will consider the history of the human presence and the colonization of the Amazon to tease out the different roles that the region has played in the political-economy and the imaginary of Western societies.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 111 PZ -Historical Archaeology


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: This course examines the goals and methods of historical archaeology, as well as the archaeology of specific sites. Its focus is North America and the interactions of European immigrants with Native Americans and peoples of African and Asian ancestry. Archaeological data are used to challenge accepted interpretations (based on written documents) of such sites as Monticello and the Little Bighorn Battlefield. We will look at early Jamestown’s relationship with the Powhatan Indians, the lives of Thomas Jefferson’s slaves and other examples as seen through the archaeological evidence.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 113 SC -Ethnographic Tales of the City: Anthropological Approaches to Urban Life.


    Institution: Scripps

    Description: For course info, please see Scripps College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 117 PZ -Language and Power


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: What is power and how is it reflected in and created through talk and writing? For example, who takes control of a conversation? Do women do more conversational work than men? How do immigrants feel about non-native speakers using their language? How are ideological differences reflected in the way “facts” are reported? When is language discriminatory? We will examine the theories of Bourdieu, Bakhtin and Foucault through our own analyses of power dynamics in language use.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 120 PO -Altered States of Conciousness


    Institution: Pomona

    Description: For course info, please see Pomona College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    Note(s): RLST Major: PRT

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 129 PO -Native California


    Institution: Pomona

    Description: For course info, please see Pomona College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 129 SC -Gender, Nationalisms and the State


    Institution: Scripps

    Description: For course info, please see Scripps College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 130 PZ -Women and Citizenship


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: Explores women’s citizenship in light of race, class, gender, global movements of people, capital, and social and political rights. Examines what is means to be a citizen and the ways in which women are in/excluded from that category.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 131 PZ -Feminisms, Race, Anti-Racisms: Theory, Practice, Ethnography


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: The course brings together historical, ethnographic, and interdisciplinary scholarship to analyze feminisms, race, and antiracisms, in local and global contexts. The course pays close attention to pathbreaking scholarship by U.S. women of color and women from the Global South that provides some of the most important critiques and analysis of issues concerning, for example, human rights, empire, globalization and social justice. The course examines the ways in which women scholars and activists over the past four decades have engaged in intellectual, political, and cultural work, that has transformed and continues to transform scholarly theory and activism.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.

  
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    ANTH 133 PZ -Indians in Action


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: Understanding of the indigenous cultures in the Americas have been shaped profoundly by cinematic images. Representations of and by Native Americans have much to say not only about the people they depicture but also about the complex relationships between them and national societies. This class studies a selection of iconic films: including ethnographies, mainstream narrative films, as well as the work of indigenous film and videomakers. Our focus will be on understanding the constructed nature of these cultural artifacts as they become important elements in the production of history and historical agents. This course considers that what is put into images is as important as what is left out.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 136 PZ -The Social Life of Digital Media


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: While digital media seem ubiquitous and are indeed a global phenomenon, digital media are culturally situated, meaning people in different cultures think of them and use them in different ways. We will discuss examples from around the world in order to explore digital media from an anthropological perspective. This class will explore questions such as: Are our digital devices really changing the way we connect and interact with our social worlds? Are these digital media replacing “analog” print, film, or face-to-face communications?  What impacts have digital technologies had on the way we conceptualize political organizing, national security, and personal privacy?

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 138 PZ -Political Activism, Social Movements and the Possibilities of Justice


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: By examining contemporary issues, themes, and topics, this upper division course explores political activism and social movements in different cultural and social contexts. We will explore the diverse experiences of people as they are involved in political activism. In this course we will examine the ways in which local and global, as well as community and individual politics influence people’s roles in social and grassroots movements and political activism. Overall, we will discuss the challenges and obstacles people face in demanding social equity and justice.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 145 PO -Cultural Ecology


    Institution: Pomona

    Description: For course info, please see Pomona College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 150 PO -Understanding Religion


    Institution: Pomona

    Description: For course info, please see Pomona College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    Note(s): RLST Major: PRT

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 153 PZ -History of Anthropological Theory


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: This course will provide a survey of the history of anthropological theory and method through a combination of theoretical writings and ethnographic monographs. It will examine how different historical moments and theories of knowledge have informed anthropological objectives and projects. Close attention will be paid to the changing content, form and sites addressed throughout the history of the discipline.

    Prerequisite(s): Anth 2 or Anth 11/Hist 11. Please also check the current course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 155 PZ -World Nexus: Special Topic


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: This is a seminar class designed for students to draw connections from different geographic regions and different disciplines in relation to a given topic. Students and instructor will choose a particular theme every year. Students will draw insights from their experiences while studying abroad and engage with multi-disciplinary readings.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 160 PZ -Native American Women’s Arts


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: This course explores arts created by native American women emphasizing their traditional forms of ceramics, basketry, textiles and beadwork. Other media such as painting, sculpture and jewelry are included. A primary focus is on the lives and work of individual artists, expressed in their changing cultural contexts.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 168 PZ -Prehistoric Humans and Their Environments


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: The prehistoric development of human cultures occurred in a variety of environmental contexts. How did these environments shape the cultures? How did human cultures utilize and even try to control their environments? In this course we will consider examples from around the world, investigating the interaction of culture and environment in the prehistoric period.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 170 PZ -Seminar in Human Evolution


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: The course will investigate recent discoveries and theories concerning our evolution. We will emphasize the interrelationships of environment and behavior, anatomical structure and function, technological advance and social change.

    Prerequisite(s): Anthropology 1, or equivalent. Please also check the current course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 171 SC -Seminar in Sexuality and Religion


    Institution: Scripps

    Description: For course info, please see Scripps College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 185U SC -Topics in Anthropology of the Middle East/North Africa


    Institution: Scripps

    Description: For course info, please see Scripps College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 190 SC -Senior Seminar in Anthropology and Ethnographic Writing


    Institution: Scripps

    Description: For course info, please see Scripps College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 191 SC -Senior Thesis Seminar


    Institution: Scripps

    Description: For course info, please see Scripps College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ANTH 192 PZ -Senior Thesis and Project


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: This course is designed to facilitate and organize the process of preparing senior theses and projects, and to foster intellectual discussions pertinent to individual projects and to writing. Students will work in peer groups and in close contact with the professor.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.

Art

  
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    ART 001 PZ -Introduction to Studio Art


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: This course introduces students to contemporary studio art practice, emphasizing foundational strategies for artists working in all disciplines. No prior experience is required or expected, although the course is designed to accommodate students with a wide range of backgrounds. The first half of the course covers processes for working in 2D and 3D, including life drawing, color theory, printmaking, modeling, and casting. The second half of the course explores  more experimental approaches to artmaking and exhibition, including found object sculpture and site-specific installation. Readings, research projects, discussions, and critiques explore issues in contemporary art history and theory.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.

    Please check course schedule for requirements.

  
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    ART 018 PZ -Unsettled Landscapes


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: “Landscapes in the Making” is an upper level seminar course in conjunction with the Mellon Art + Environment Grant. This course will examine the cultural, political conditions, and historical narratives that inform the work of several contemporary artists, poets, filmmakers, and writers whose work engages with the landscape as both a human and natural phenomenon. This course will emphasize the work of underrepresented artists, indigenous voices, and/or feminist perspectives on “landscape”. A series of visiting guests will lead workshops and/or conduct discussions and lectures with students on a variety of topics which may include: Navajo Futurism, poetry as activism and language preservation in the American West, Performance Art & Shamanism in Ecuador etc.

    Note(s): Juniors and Seniors only

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.

    Please check course schedule for requirements.

  
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    ART 074 PZ -Engineering Materials


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: This hands-on interdisciplinary course, team-taught by an engineer and a sculptor, explores the possibilities and limitations of various materials, including metals, glasses, and polymers. Students will learn the science behind material manipulation and transformation, and will put this knowledge to direct use in the studio, experimenting with different processes as they create sculptural projects. Synthesizing lectures in materials science and art history with tactile engagement in the studio, this course aims to create a collaborative learning environment that encourages cross-pollinating ideas. No prior experience in either engineering or art is required, and students from all disciplines are encouraged to enroll.

    Note(s): First-Years and Sophomores only

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.

    Please check course schedule for requirements.

  
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    ART 110 PZ -Drawing: Materials Workshop


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: This course will introduce students to old techniques of making fine drawing media. Using historical works, technical handbooks, and manuals as a guide, we will pursue a study of drawing tools. We will enact the methods of preparing drawing materials from scratch, in order to reformulate guidelines for the classroom production of drawing media. Our exploration of drawing media will culminate in a series of drawings using one or more of these research methods of materials preparation.

    Prerequisite(s): ART 011 or equivalent. Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ART 119 PZ -(un)Sustainable Art & Design


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: In this upper division, hybrid seminar and studio/lab course students will explore the intersection of art/design practices and environmental/economic/cultural sustainability. Through weekly readings, field trips, visiting lecturers and class discussions, students will engage with the history of land art, environmental art, eco-art, design theory, landscape architecture, the commons, etc. In the seminar, students will be responsible for individual research projects that explore methods for developing art/design as an environmentally sustainable practice. In the studio/lab portion students will investigate a range of individual and collaborative group projects meant to challenge their understanding of sustainability.

    Prerequisite(s): Concurrent enrollment in ART 119L PZ, and at least one Art History and one Art Studio course.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.

    Please check course schedule for requirements.

  
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    ART 119L PZ -(un)Sustainable Art & Design Lab


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: In this upper division, hybrid seminar and studio/lab course students will explore the intersection of art/design practices and environmental/economic/cultural sustainability. Through weekly readings, field trips, visiting lecturers and class discussions, students will engage with the history of land art, environmental art, eco-art, design theory, landscape architecture, the commons, etc. In the seminar, students will be responsible for individual research projects that explore methods for developing art/design as an environmentally sustainable practice. In the studio/lab portion students will investigate a range of individual and collaborative group projects meant to challenge their understanding of sustainability. 

    Prerequisite(s): Concurrent enrollment in ART 119 PZ, and at least one Art History and one Art Studio course.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.

    Please check course schedule for requirements.

  
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    ART 127 PZ -Sculpture Practicum


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: This introductory woodworking and metalworking course emphasizes craft through repetitive skill building, following a traditional apprenticeship model. Assignments will cover technical layout and drafting, as well as design strategies for working in three dimensions. Students will have the opportunity to design and build several independent projects in wood and metal, learning practical skills they can use throughout their time in college and beyond. Small group projects will focus on building workbenches, movable walls, and other items to improve the functionality of our shared studio. Outside of class, students will commit to working 6 hours per week in the studio.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ART 175 PZ -Object Ecologies


    Institution: Pitzer College

    Description: This hybrid seminar/studio course explores contingencies of the object in contemporary sculpture. Beginning with the expanded field of sulptural practice in the 1960’s and 1970’s - movements as diverse as Postminimalism, Fluxus, and Land Art - we will examine how various artists and historians define site-specificity, and the role that objects (whether fabricated or found) play in these definitions. How are the terms “nature”, “object”, and “environment” defined in relation to human agency, and what role can/does artistic labor play in shaping these ideas? How are movements like institutional critique, social practice, and net.art expanding our understandings of site, authorship, and interconnection?

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ART 180 PZ -Environmental Robotics


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: A studio course on building robotic and mechatronic sculpture, installation, and site-specific work while thinking critically about the role of the robot in culture, who currently controls notions of what robots are for and makes them, and the relationship of technology–the robot in particular–to our place in the natural world.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.

Art History

  
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    AFRI 144A AF -Black Women Feminisms(s) & Social Change


    Institution: Pomona

    Description: For course info, please see Pomona College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ARHI 051A PO -Introduction to the History of Art: Ancient Times in the Mediterranean World


    Institution: Pomona

    Description: For course info, please see Pomona College catalog

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ARHI 051B PO -Introduction to the History of Art: European Middle Ages,


    Institution: Pomona

    Description: For course info, please see Pomona College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ARHI 051C PO -Introduction to the History of Art: Renaissance to Modern


    Institution: Pomona

    Description: For course info, please see Pomona College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ARHI 133 PO -Art, Conquest and Colonization


    Institution: Pomona

    Description: For course info, please see Pomona College catalog

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ARHI 137 PZ -Tradition and Transformation in Native North American Art


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: This course offers an introductory survey of the visual and material culture of the Native peoples of North America in terms of materials, technique, cultural, historical and philosophical/spiritual contexts. This class will also consider patterns of cultural contact and transformation, the collecting of Native American art, Federal government Indian policy and education institutions, and modern and contemporary Native American art and cultural activism.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ARHI 138 PZ -Native American Art Collections Research


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: This seminar focuses on original student research with Native American artworks from the collection of the Pomona College Museum of Art. Working collaboratively, students will study these artworks in detail, develop bibliographies in relevant secondary literature, write weekly research progress reports, make a formal research presentation, and a final paper.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ARHI 139 PZ -Seminar: Topics in Native American Art History


    Institution: Pitzer

    Description: Examines in-depth one or more themes or critical issues in Native American art history, or artworks from a local collection or cultural center.

    Prerequisite(s): ARHI 51 A, B, or C or one upper-division Art History course. Please also check the current course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ARHI 140 PO -The Arts of Africa


    Institution: Pomona

    Description: For course info, please see Pomona College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ARHI 141A PO -Seminar: (Re)presenting Africa: Art, History and Film


    Institution: Pomona

    Description: For course info, please see Pomona College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ARHI 141B PO -Africana Cinema Through the Documentary Lens


    Institution: Pomona

    Description: For course info, please see Pomona College catalog.

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
  
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    ARHI 144B PO -Daughters of Africa: Art, Cinema, Theory, Love


    Institution: Pomona

    Description: For course info, please see Pomona College catalog

    Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

    For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal
 

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