41 Spring 2016 Courses to Choose from for Credit toward CLST Certificates. What are you waiting for? ENROLL NOW!

CLST certitifcate students have plenty of Spring classes to choose from, including many taught by faculty members crosslisting for the first time with Cultural Studies.  These include Philip Kao's Anthropology of Development (ANTH), Mark Wicclair's Theoretical Foundations of Applied Ethics (BIOETH), Johanna Hartelius' Rhetorical Criticism (COMMR), Peter Odell Campbell's Queer Inscriptions (ENGLIT), Imani Owens' Race, Writing, Sound: Black Music and Literary Culture, Erin Peters' Special Topics in Museum Studies (HAA), Niklas Frykman's Age of Revolution in Global Context (HIST), Shalini Ayyagari's Music and Ethnographic Film (MUSIC), Aaron Johnson's Music and Society: Music and Race (MUSIC), John McDowell's Hegel (PHIL), Japa Pallikkathayil's Ethics and Public Life, Luke Condra's Ethnic Politics (PIA), Michael MacKenzie's Core Political Theory (PS), Sean Kelly's Sociology of Education (SOC/ADMPS), and Daniel Dinero's Theories of Theatre and Drama: Queer Feelings / Feeling Queer (THEA).