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The Core Advising Guide:

Access the Core Advising Guide here.

 

 

For courses to be offered in:


SPRING or SUMMER 2021: April 5, 2020

FALL 2021: November 5, 2020
SPRING or SUMMER 2022: April 5, 2021
 

FALL 2022: November 5, 2021
SPRING or SUMMER 2023: April 5, 2022


FALL 2023: November 5, 2022

SPRING or SUMMER 2023: April 5, 2022

FALL 2024: November 5, 2023

SPRING OR SUMMER 2025: April 5, 2024

 

Fall 2017 Call for Proposals for Summer/Fall 2018 courses & Course Grants
Faculty Guide to the Core (rev. 6/2018)*
FYI for Advisors: Student Information about Changes to the Core – 2017 (rev. 10/2017)*
Assessment Plan*
Faculty Development
Integrative Core Curriculum FAQs (rev. 10/2017)*
Visual Description of the Core (PowerPoint Slides) (rev. 7/2017)*
Integrative Core Approved Courses*

Core Advising Guide

Assessment Report (Years of Interest 2017-2018 and 2018-2019)

 

Integrated Course Descriptions

| Fall 2016 | Spring 2017 | Fall 2017
Original Core Proposal (rev. 4/2013)
Academic Advisors’ Handbook for Fall 2017 Advising (rev. 3/2017)

*information has been updated to reflect the revision to the Core adopted by the faculty in May 2017.

Faculty Learning Communities:

Cultural Encounters:

  • Marcus Gallo — HS 202 — World Civilization since 1500
  • Julia Karolle-Berg – CMLC
  • Brian Macskill – EN
  • Maria Marsilli — HS 201 — World Civilization to 1500
  • Pamela Mason – PO 241 — History, Culture, Politics
  • John McBratney – EN 207 — World Literature
  • Dan Kilbride – HS 142 – US Foreign Relations
  • Roger Purdy – HS 201 – World Civilization to 1500
  • Jack Patton – HS
  • Michele Stopera Freyhauf - TRS

Learning Community Contact: Marcus Gallo

 

Global Communities:

  • John McBratney  - EN 299 -  Indian Colonial and Postcolonial Literature
  • Matt Berg - HS 330 -  Imperialism and Decolonization
  • Dan Kilbride - HS 295 -  Global Capitalism in the United States
  • HS 270 – Maria Marsilli -  Introduction to Latin American History and Culture
  • Jim Murphy - SC 205 -  Conflict and Cooperation: Global Perspectives on Warfare and Peace-Building
  • Gloria Vaquera - SC 353 -  Latina/o Transnational Experience

Learning Community Contact: John McBratney

 

Power and Identity:

  • Anne Kugler - HS 216 -  The Spanish Armada
  • Anne McGinness - HS 297/TRS329 -  History of Christianity in Latin America
  • Megan Thornton - SP 314 -  Perspectives on Nations & Cultures of Latin America
  • Gwen Compton-Engle - CMLC
  • Santa Casciani - CMLC
  • Luigi Ferri - CMLC

Learning Community Contact: Megan Thornton

 

State Formation:

  • Dwight Hahn - PO 256 -  Political Economy of Globalization
  • Anne Kugler - [HS 221 -  Early Modern European States ]
  • Jen Ziemke - PO 332 -  African Politics (Jen Ziemke)
  • Mindy Peden - PO

Learning Community Contact: Dwight Hahn

 

Storytelling Across Time and Borders:

  • Jim Krukones - HS333 -  History on Film
  • Jerry Sabo - IC231 - Short Fiction Since 1900: Russia, Slovak, Czech
  • Jerry Sabo - IC230 - Short Fiction of the 19th Century: Russia, Slovak, Czech
  • Mary Beadle - CO318 -  International Film
  • Mona DeBez - PO328 - The Middle East in Film and Media
  • Mártha Pereszlényi-Pintér  - [IC205 Global Fairy Tales, Fables, Folk Tales, and Short Fiction ]
  • Keiko Nanko
  • Phil Metres

Learning Community Contact: Mary Beadle

 

World Art, Cultural, History:

  • Leslie Curtis, Gerry Guest, Linda Koch, Bo Liu  - AH 201- Introduction to World Art
  • Keiko Nakano – IC 227 – Japanese Film in the Context of Culture Society
  • Paul Nietupski - TRS 299 -  Pilgrimage

Learning Community Contact: Bo Liu

 

Asian Learning Community:

  • Bo Liu, AH 313 Art of China
  • Chunlan Liu, CN 101 Beginnng Chinese, 201  Intermediate Chinese, 301 Advanced Chinese I
  • John McBratney, EN 285  Indian Literature
  • Roger Purdy, HS 453 Modern Chinese History
  • Akiko Ohno, Isw Ranganathan, IC 122B Japanese Calligraphy, Internmediate Ikebana
  • Keiko Nakano, IC 227 Japanese Film Culture & Society, JP 101 Beginning Japanese, JP 201 Intermediate Japanese, JP 301 Advanced Japanese
  • Walt Stepanenko, PL 286 Asian & Comparative Philosophy
  • Pamela Mason, PO 241 History, Culture & Politics
  • Paul Nietupski, TRS 252: Religions of India

Learning Community Contact: Paul Nietupski