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Pitzer College    
 
    
 
  Oct 17, 2017
 
2014-15 Pitzer Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


 

Environmental Analysis

   •  EA 055L KS -Physical Geography and Geomorphology
   •  EA 068 PZ -Ethnoecology
   •  EA 074 PZ -California's Landscapes: Diverse Peoples and Ecosystems
   •  EA 080 PZ -Social Engagement for Sustainable Development
   •  EA 082 PZ -GIS in Environmental Science
   •  EA 085 PO -Food, Land & the Environment
   •  EA 086 PZ -Environmental Justice
   •  EA 095 PZ -U.S. Environmental Policy
   •  EA 098 PZ -Urban Ecology
   •  EA 100 PO -Urban Planning and Environment
   •  EA 100L KS -Global Climate Change
   •  EA 103 KS -Soils and Society
   •  EA 103L KS -Principles of Soil Science
   •  EA 104 KS -Oceanography
   •  EA 107 PZ -Design Workshop: A Sense of Place
   •  EA 108 PZ -Natural History and Naturalists: History and Practice
   •  EA 115 PZ -Qualitative Research Methods
   •  EA 120 PZ -Global Environmental Politics and Policy
   •  EA 124 PZ -Protecting Nature: Parks, Conservation Areas & People
   •  EA 130 PZ -Environment, People and Restoration in Costa Rica
   •  EA 132 PZ -Practicum in Exhibiting Nature
   •  EA 133 PZ -Case Studies in Sustainable Built Environments
   •  EA 134 PZ -Sustainable Places in Practice: Studio/Lab
   •  EA 140 PZ -The Desert as a Place
   •  EA 141 PZ -Progress and Oppression: Ecology, Human Rights, and Development
   •  EA 142 PZ -Ecological Restoration: The Claremont Hills Wilderness
   •  EA 146 PZ -Environmental Education
   •  EA 150 PZ -Critical Environmental Analysis
   •  EA 151 PZ -Campus Cultural Resource Conservation: The Pitzer Campus Beyond 50
   •  EA 152 PZ -Nature through Film
   •  EA 156 PZ -Hustle and Flow: CA Water Policy
   •  EA 162 PZ -Gender, Environment & Development
   •  EA 165 PZ -Resource Depletion and Ghost Towns: The Built Environment and Natural Resources
   •  EA 171 PO -Water in the West
   •  EA 172 PO -Crisis Management: National Forests and American Culture
   •  EA 176 PZ -The Pathway Project; Route 66
   •  EA 180 PO -Green Urbanism
   •  EA 186 PZ -Environmental Justice in the Inland Empire
   •  EA 197 PZ -EA Senior Thesis Seminar

First-Year Seminar

   •  FS 001 PZ -Human Rights and Terrorism*
   •  FS 002 PZ -Writing about Art*
   •  FS 003 PZ -Reality Hunger*
   •  FS 004 PZ -Right Wing Politics*
   •  FS 005 PZ -A Short History of the Sale*
   •  FS 006 PZ -The Trojan War*
   •  FS 007 PZ -Utopias and Dystopias*
   •  FS 008 PZ -Africana Film: UK to USA*
   •  FS 009 PZ -Making Space and Unsettling Settlers: California Indian Nations and Pitzer College*
   •  FS 010 PZ -Model Minority and Perpetual Foreigner: Asians in America*
   •  FS 011 PZ -What is Science and Who Owns It?
   •  FS 012 PZ -Science in the Public Imagination
   •  FS 013 PZ -First Year Seminar TBA
   •  FS 014 PZ -What is Human?
   •  FS 015 PZ -Native Americans and Environments
   •  FS 016 PZ -Deviant Heroes
   •  FS 017 PZ -Environmental Documentaries: Controversy, Evidence, Persuasion & Critical Analysis
   •  FS 018 PZ -Youth Culture
   •  FS 019 PZ -Signs of the Future*

French

   •  FREN 044 CM -Advanced French: Reading in Literature and Civilization
   •  FREN 044 PO -Advanced French
   •  FREN 044 SC -Advanced French: Readings in Literature and Civilization
   •  FREN 117 CM -Novel and Cinema in Africa and the Caribbean
   •  FREN 132 CM -North Africal Literature After Independence

Gender & Women's Studies

   •  GWS 026 PO -Introduction to Women's Studies
   •  GWS 190 PO -Senior Seminar

Geology

   •  GEOL 020C PO -Introduction to Geology: Environmental Geology
   •  GEOL 111A PO -Introduction to GIS
   •  GEOL 112 PO -Remote Sensing of Earth's Environment
   •  GEOL 125 PO -Earth History with Laboratory

Government

   •  GOVT 138 CM -Religion and Politics in Latin America

Greek

   •  CLAS 051A PO -Introductory Classical Greek
   •  CLAS 051B PO -Introductory Classical Greek
   •  CLAS 051B SC -Introductory Classical Greek
   •  CLAS 101A PO -Intermediate Greek
   •  CLAS 101B SC -Intermediate Classical Greek
   •  CLAS 182A PO -Advanced Greek Readings
   •  CLAS 182B SC -Advanced Greek Readings

Hebrew

   •  CLAS 052A PO -Elementary Classical Hebrew
   •  CLAS 102 PO -Readings in Classical Hebrew

History

   •  ANTH 098 PZ -The Modern State and History: the Israeli Case
   •  HIST 010 PO -The Ancient Mediterranean
   •  HIST 011 PO -The Medieval Mediterranean
   •  HIST 011 PZ -The World Since 1492
   •  HIST 012 PO -Saints and Society
   •  HIST 012 PZ -History of the Human Sciences
   •  HIST 013 PO -Holy War in Early Christianity and Islam
   •  HIST 016 PZ -Environmental History
   •  HIST 017 CH -Chicano/Latino History
   •  HIST 017 PZ -History and Political Economy of Natural Resources
   •  HIST 024 PZ -A History of Modern Africa
   •  HIST 025 CH -All Power to the People!
   •  HIST 025 PZ -US History Before 1877
   •  HIST 026 PZ -Modern US History Since 1877
   •  HIST 031 CH -Latin America Before Independence
   •  HIST 032 CH -Latin America Since Independence
   •  HIST 040 AF -History of Africa to 1800
   •  HIST 041 AF -History of Africa from 1800
   •  HIST 042 PO -Worlds of Islam
   •  HIST 043 PO -The Middle East and North Africa Since 1500
   •  HIST 045 PZ -West African History through Novels and Film
 

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