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TRIP SPRING 2011 CORE CURRICULUM

TRIP 572/573. Translation Workshop: Literary and Non-Literary rubrics
available at 400 level and in CompLit, French, Spanish, LACAS
Michael Pettid, instructor of record. TR 11:40-1:05

TRIP 580A. Translation and Philosophy
Rosemary Arrojo, W. 1:10-4:10

TRIP 580C. Computer-Assisted Translation
Olga Martin. M 1:10-4:10

CompLit 541S. Stein and Beckett
Marilyn Gaddis Rose, M 1:10-4:10

CoLi 574I. Interdisciplinary Methodology
Joshua Price, W 7:00-9:00

French 581I. Stylistics
Carrol Coates, TR 2:15-4:15

Italian 581J. Stylistics
Mario Marone, TR 1:15-2:40

 COORDINATED CURRICULUM

CoLi 535B. Borges and I and Others
Brett Levinson, W. 4:40-7:40

CoLi 574E. Literature and History
Luiza Moreira, R 1:15-4:15

CoLi 574 F. Aisthesis
William Haver, R 4:25-7:25

HIST 501D Politics/Culture of War in Asia
herbert Bix, W 2:20-5:20

Hist 501K. Comparative Empires
Rifaat Abou-El-Haj, M 3:30-6:30

Hist 560C. Cultures of Catastrophe

Wulf Kasnsteiner, R 2:50-5:50

PIC 604A. Art History after Structuralism
John Tagg, T 4:25-7:25

PLSC 663H. Insurgency and Counterinsurgency
Ricardo Laremont, 4:40-7:40

TRIP FALL 2010 CORE CURRICULUM

TRIP 572/573. Translation Workshop: Literary and Non-Literary
Marilyn Gaddis Rose, instructor of record. TR 11:40-1:05

TRIP 580A. Introduction to Translation Studies
Rosemary Arrojo. W 1:10-4:10

LACS 581T. Translation and Colonization
Joshua Price. W 6:00-9:00

CoLi 592. Proseminar
William Haver. M 1:15-4:15

Eng 589B. Theory and Pedagogy of Writing
Beth Burch. M 4:40-7:10

Anthro 517. Linguistic Anthropology
Douglas Glick. W 2:20-5:20

French 551. Advanced Grammar
Carrol F. Coates. TR 2:50-4:15

COORDINATED CURRICULUM

Anthro 554F. Gender and Feminism
Kathleen Sterling. T 8:30-11:30

Anthro 571C. Cultures of Capitalism
Douglas Holmes. M 6:00-9:00

ArtH 502B. Commemoration
Neil Christian Pages. T 4:25-7:25

CoLi 517L. Bachmann
Gisela Brinker Gabler. M 1 :15-4 :15

English 593R. Literature of Race and Nation
Lisa Yun. M 1:15-4:15

Hist 552B. French Revolution
Howard Brown. W 7:00-10:00

Hist 567A. Russia as Empire
Heather DeHaan. W 7:15-10:15

Ital 561A. Petrarch and Boccaccio
Olivia Holmes. TR 2:50-4:15

Phil 508. Social and Political Theory
Maxim Pensky. TR 1:40-4:40

Phil 550C. Wittgenstein
Robert Guay. W 1:40-4:40

PIC 504. Art, Interpretation, Culture
Stephen David Ross. T 4:25-7:25

TRIP SPRING 2010 CORE CURRICULUM

PRACTICAL TRAINING

91492 TRIP 572/472 Translation Workshop:  Literary
T R 11:40 - 1:05 and arrange
Instructor:  Carrol Coates, Professor,  French, Comparative Literature and Linguistics (Also taught as COLI, LACS, PIC, FREN, SPAN)

93576 TRIP 573/473 Translation Workshop:  Non-Literary
T R 11:40  - 1:05
Instructor:  Carrol Coates, Professor,  French, Comparative Literature and Linguistics (Also taught as COLI, LACS, PIC, FREN, SPAN)

93966 TRIP 580C Intro to Computer-Assisted Translation
M 1:10 - 4:10
Instructor:  Olga Martin, Adjunct Instructor

TRANSLATION HISTORY AND THEORY      

94589 COLI 517S The African Novel
T R 10:05 - 11:30
Instructor:  Isidore Okpewho, Distinguished Professor of Africana Studies

96950 COLI 541P Proust: In Search of Lost Time
M 1:10 - 4:10
Instructor:  Marilyn Gaddis-Rose, Distinguished Professor of Comparative Literature and Director, Translation Research and Instructiion Program

91000 COLI 574F Nihilism: Lacan, Foucault, Derrida
T 4:25 - 7:25
Instructor:  Brett Levinson, Professor of Comparative Literature

97202 COLI 574I Interdisciplinary Methodology
W 6:00 - 9:00
Instructor:  Joshua Price, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Interpretation and Culture

97148 COLI 574K Myth Criticism
F 2:20 - 5:20
Instructor: Zoja Pavlovskis-Petit, Professor of Comparative Literature

96953 COLI 574R Reading Benjamin's "Arcades"
T 1:15 - 4:15
Instructor: Gisela Brinker-Gabler, Professor of Comparative Literature

96945 COLI 580P Translation and Globalization
W 1:10 - 4:10
Instructor: Rosemary Arrojo, Professor of Comparative Literature

95384 ENG 572P Political Discourses
T R 1:15 - 2:40
Instructor:  David Bartine, Associate Professor of English, General Literature & Rhetoric

96947 ENG 593T Literature of Race and Nation
T R 1:15 - 2:40
Instructor:  Lisa Yun, Associate Professor of English, General Literature & Rhetoric

97640 FREN 581H African Culture through Film
T 4:25 - 7:25
Instructor:  Carol F. Coates, Professor, French, Comparative Literature and Linguistics

95276 HIST 501K Comparative Empires
W 3:30 - 6:30
Instructor:  Rifaat Abou-El Haj, Professor of History

97488 HIST 540J U.S. Foreign Policy
T 2:50 - 5?50
Instructor:  John Stoner, Assistant Professor of History

95087 PHIL 505 20th-Century Ethics
R 1:10 - 4:10
Instructor:  Lisa Tessman, Associate Professor of Philosophy

97121 PHIL 510 Metaphysics
W 3:30 - 6:30
Instructor:  Eric Dietrich, Professor of Philosophy

97286 PHIL 550B Levinas and the Ethics of Phenomenology
T 1:10 - 4:10
Instructor:  Randy Friedman, Assistant Professor of Philosophy

97052 PIC 550B Derrida's Voices
T 4:25 - 7:25
Instructor:  Stephen David Ross, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, Interpretation and Criticism

97049 PIC 659A Thinking of Animals
W 3:30 - 6:30
Instructor:  Stephen David Ross, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, Interpretation and Criticism

97659 SPAN 562G Cervantes' Exemplary Novels
T 4:25 - 7:25
Instructor:  Salvador Fajardo, Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures

12924 SOC 690B World History, Crime and Punishment
W 1:00 - 5:00
Instructor:  William Martin, Professor of Sociology

 

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