Spring 2005 Courses
by Affiliated Faculty
Course Number   Course Title                      Instructor  Units

African American Studies

122B Political and Economic Development in the Third World Hintzen, P  4
123 Social and Political Thought in the Diaspora Small, S 3
131 Caribbean Societies and Cultures Laguerre, M 3
241 Social and Political Thought in the Diaspora Small, S 1-4
257B Power, Domination and Ideology Hintzen, P 4
264 Migrations of the Word Clark, V 4

Agriculture and Resource Economics

Econ C151/ EEP C171 Economic Development DeJanvry, A 4
PP C253/ARE C253 International Economic Development Policy DeJanvry, A 3
C251 Microeconomics of Development Sadoulet, E 3
Anthropology
24 Freshman Seminar: Native Maya and Aztec Literature from the 16th Century Joyce, R 4
122C Archaeology of Central America Joyce, R 4
122E Andean Archaeology Hastorf, C 4
221 Pre-Columbian Central America Joyce, R 4
222 Archaeology of South America Hastorf, C 4
Chicano Studies
6A Chicano Spanish Parra, L 4
20 Introduction to Chicano Culture Staff 4
40 Introduction to Chicano Literature in English Perez, L 4
50 Introduction to Chicano History Saragoza, A 4
133 Chicano Music Arteaga, A 4
143 Chicano and Latin American Literature Perez, L 4
150B History of the Southwest: Mexican-United States War to Present Montejano, D 4
C161 Central American Peoples and Cultures Manz, B 4
180 Spanish-Speaking Caribbean: Cuban History and Culture Saragoza, A 3
City and Regional Planning
204B Research Methods for Planners Roy, A 2, 4
Environmental Science, Policy & Management
165 International Rural Development Policy Carr, C 4
166 Natural Resource Policy and Indigenous Peoples Carr, C 4
Ethnic Studies
10B Theories and Concepts in Comparative Ethnic Studies: An Introduction Montejano, D 4
126 Ethnicity, Gender and Sexuality Alarcon, N 4
Geography
170 The Rise, Decline and Rebirth of the American City Johns, M 4
History
8A Survey of Latin America: The National Period Healey, M 4
24 Latin American Popular Culture Through Historical Eyes Lewin, L 1
100 Special Topics: Women in Latin America Chowning, M 4
141B Social History of Modern Latin America Lewin, L 4
275E Historiography of Latin America Taylor, W 4
285E Research Seminar in Latin American History Lewin, L 4
International and Area Studies
20 Perspectives in International Education Navarrete, I 2
171/271 Internship in Agroecology and Sustainable Development Altieri, M 4 to 8
172/272 Agroecology: A Brazilian Perspective Altieri, M 4 to 8
Latin American Studies
20 Perspectives in International Education Staff 2
171/271 Internship in Agroecology and Sustainable Development Altieri, M 4 to 8
172/272 Agroecology: A Brazilian Perspective Altieri, M 1
Political Science
136B Method in Comparative Analysis Collier, D 4
248A Latin American Politics Collier, R B 4
Portuguese
11 Elementary Portuguese Donovan, C 5
101A Portuguese for Advanced Students Donovan, C F and Staff 3
101B Portuguese for Advanced Students: Workshop Donovan, C F and Staff 2
102 Reading in Portuguese Donovan, C 3
103 Advanced Grammar and Composition Donovan, C 3
104 Introduction to Brazilian Literature Passos, J L 3
275 Imagining What We Know: History and Fiction in Latin America Passos, J L 4
Public Health
205 Program Planning, Development and Evaluation Guendelman, S R 3
Social Welfare
275 Diversity-Sensitive and Competent Social Work Organista, K C 2
Spanish
1 Elementary Spanish Kerr, H 5
2 Elementary Spanish Kerr, H 5
3 Intermediate Spanish Kerr, H 5
4 Intermediate Spanish Kerr, H 5
8 Spoken Spanish Kerr, H 3
20 Intermediate Spanish Workshop Kerr, H 3
21 Spanish for Bilingual Students, First Course Kerr, H 3
22 Spanish for Bilingual Students, Second Course Kerr, H 3
24 Talking Funny: Language Variation in Spanish and English Texts Azevedo, M 1
25 Reading and Analysis of Literary Texts Staff 3
100 Introduction to Spanish Linguistics Gonzales Flores, F 3
102A Advanced Grammar and Composition Barili, A R 3
102B Advanced Grammar and Composition Barili, A R 3
107B Survey of Spanish Literature Barili, A R 4
114 The Contemporary Spanish American Novel Ramos, J 3
Spanish 135: Studies in Hispanic Literature
135 "Que es una vanguardia?" Rabasa, J 3
135 "Latin American Fiction and Film" Ramos, J 3
135 "Nobel Poets: Jimenez,Mistral, Neruda, Aleixandre" Iarocci, M 3
162 The Structure of Spanish Gonzales Flores, F 3
163 Issues of Multilingualism Azevedo, M 3
164 Spanish Dialectology Azevedo, M 3
201 Proseminar Masiello, F 1
209 Seminar in Hispanic Linguistics Azevedo, M 4
280 "Joyce in Latin America" Masiello, F 4
280 "Memoria andina" Tarica, E 4
285 "Galdos" Iarocci, M 4

 

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