Fall 2015 FYS Course Titles and Descriptions

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FYS101 L103
Art, Sex and Murder: Caravaggio and His Myths
A. Bertrand-Dewsnap

FYS101 L104
John Milton, Genius
G. Machacek

FYS101 L106 & L107
Murder, Madness and Mental Mayhem
L. Neilson

FYS101 L108 & L109
Where Did My Money Go? How Do I Get It Back?
C. Hill

FYS101 L110
Disruptive Bod
ies: Gender, Disability, & Social Norms
M. Fitzgibbons

FYS101 L111
True Crime in Film
J. Raines

FYS101 L112 & L113
Greek Myth and the Other
S. Shivers

FYS101 L114 & L115
Nostalgia: A Literary History
J. Kotzin

FYS101 L116
Murder, Madness and Mental Mayhem
L. Neilson

FYS101 L118 & L119
Greening America
S. Mercier

FYS101 L121
"Did 'It' Happen Again?"
A. Davis

FYS101 L122
Is Voting Enough? Worldwide Elections and Democracy
   
D. Langfield 

 

FYS101 L123 & L124
Gender Wars: The American Civil War
M. Morreale

FYS101 L125 & L126
Not That Seventies Show
R. Rosen

FYS101 L127 & L128
Cannibals and Zombies of the Caribbean
P. Ferrer

FYS101 L129 & L130
Reading the Apocalypse
R. Grinnell

FYS101 L131 & L132
Europe and the "Barbarians"
J. Peterson

FYS101 L133
Childhood: Then, Now and Around the World
L. Dunlap

FYS101 L134
Science Fiction: Speculations and Destinations
A. Labouseur

FYS101 L135
The Human Body in Sickness and Health
T. Paskell

FYS101 L136
Adbusters: Critical Perspectives in Advertising
K. Boyle

FYS101 L137 & L138
JFK: Famine to New Frontier
S. Dwyer-McNulty

FYS101 L139
Is Voting Enough? Worldwide Elections and Democracy   
D. Langfield

FYS101 L140 & L141
From Call of Duty Violence to Candy Crush Addiction:                  
How
Video Games Impact Us
R. Rogers

FYS101 L146
Science Fiction: Speculations and Destinations
J. Bass

Fall 2015 Honors FYS Course Titles


 

 

 

                                        



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