Fall 2016 FYS Course Titles and Descriptions


Fall 2016 FYS Course Titles and Descriptions (see below for Honors FYS sections)

     Incoming students: Click here to submit your FYS course preferences. The system will be open from 8:00 a.m. on
     Friday, June 3, until 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, June 15.

FYS101 L103
Eco-Warriors, Tree Huggers and Sell Outs: Representing Modern Environmentalism 

FYS 101 L106 & 107
C. HIll
Where Did My Money Go?

FYS 101 L108
M. Fitzgibbons
Bodies, Minds, and Social Norms

FYS 101 L109 & 110
A. Buckareff

Challenges to Free Will from Neuroscience & Psychology  

FYS 101 L111 & 112
S. Shivers Biro

Greek Myth and the Other

FYS101 L113
J. Snyder
Meaning in Life

FYS101 L114 & 115
R. Rosen
Not That Seventies Show

FYS101 L116 & 117
P. Ferrer
Empire, Race, & Sexuality in Colonial Latin America  

FYS101 L118 & 119
R. Grinnell
Reading the Apocalypse

FYS101 L120 & 121
J. Kotzin
Nostalgia: A Literary History

FYS101 L122 & 123
G. Machacek
John Milton, Genius

FYS101 L124 & 125
S. Mercier
Greening America

FYS101 L126 & 127
M. Morreale
Race, Gender, Slavery & the Making of America

FYS101 L128 & 129
L. Neilson
Murder, Madness, and Mental Mayhem

FYS101 L130 & 131
P. Tarantello
Castaways, Outcasts, & Survivors

FYS101 L132
J. Myers
Food Fights: What is the Future of Food?

FYS 101 L133
J. Peterson
Europe & the "Barbarians"

FYS101 L135
T. Paskell
The Human Body, in Sickness & in Health

FYS101 L136 & 137
K. Bayer

FYS101 L138 & 139
S. Garabedian
Music & the Drama of History

FYS 101 L140
K. Boyle
Critical Perspectives on Advertising

FYS 101 L141 &142
K. Gaugler
Words in the Wild: Expeditions in Language & Society

FYS 101 L143
L. Dunlap
Childhood Around the World

FYS 101 L144
A. Bertrand
Caravaggio & His Followers at the Metropolitan Museum of Art  

FYS 101 L147
R. Robinson
How It Came About



Fall 2016 Honors FYS Course Titles