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Fall 2010 - American Studies Cross Listing


 Fall 2010 Cross-list for American Studies majors and minors

These listings were prepared prior to the registration period for the Fall 2010 semester.  Titles and other information are shown here as they appeared on CUNY's on-line Schedule of Classes at that time.

The following American Studies numbers are not actual courses, but rubrics under which we gather the appropriate departmental courses each semester for cross-listing. When you register, register for the departmental course. Your adviser will keep track of the American Studies rubric you are satisfying with each departmental course choice. For advisement, see Professor Bette Weidman in Klapper 345 (718-997-4633).



American Studies 210 American Lives


ANTH   206  Peoples of So Amer 3.0

3T3R  2598  T,TH    3:05 - 4:20 PM Tovar, M. KY/250


American Studies 212 Popular Arts in America


ARTH   251  US Art:Colonial-1900 3.0 
10T3   0746  T    10:15 - 1:05 PM Zeuschner, M. KP/404

DANCE   350  Time&Image in U.S. I 3.0
1T3A   1744  T    1:40 - 4:30 PM Malone, J. RA/217 
E4W3A  1745  W    4:30 - 7:00 PM Malone, J. RA/217

ENGL   353  Amer Fict 1918-1945 3.0

1T3RA  0777  T,TH    1:40 - 2:55 PM Gross, B. KY/321

MEDST   263  Amer Film Industry 3.0

E5T4A  1516  T    5:30 - 9:20 PM Monroy, J
 
PSCI   228  Amer Politics & Film 3.0

E6W3  0374  W    6:30 - 9:20 PM Krasner, M. PH/204


American Studies 214 An American Decade


ECON   224  Amer Econ Since 1914 3.0
8W3FA  0437 0 W,F    8:00 - 9:15 AM Edelstein, M. KY/270
 
HIST   299  Vietnam War in Amer 3.0
10F3  F    10:15 - 1:05 PM Vellon, P. PH/157


American Studies 216 Myths and Ideologies


ENGL   361  American Dream 3.0
CT3FA  2191  T,F    12:15 - 1:30 PM Henkle, S. KY/317

ENGL   358  Transcendentalism 3.0 3.0
E6M3A  2189  M    6:30 - 9:20 PM Zino, D. RZ/30

HIST   340  Amer Const to 1865 3.0 

1T3    0409  T    1:40 - 4:30 PM Mcmanus, E. RZ/109
 
PSCI   226  Capitalism & Dmocrcy 3.0
1T3RA  0307 T,TH    1:40 - 2:55 PM Hayduk, R. RA/210



American Studies 218 Native American History


ANTH   350  Sem in Archaeology 3.0
9M3  2622  M    9:25 - 12:05 PM Moore, J. PH/311

ANTH   241  Archeol Mesoamerica 3.0
CT3RA  2552  T,TH    12:15 - 1:30 PM Pugh, T. PH/114



American Studies 220 Gender, Race, Ethnicity and Class


ENGL   369  Asian American Lit 3.0
1T3RA  0778  T,TH    1:40 - 2:55 PM Hong, C. KY/244

ENGL   354  Afr-Am Lit I 3.0
E6W3A  2735  W    6:30 - 9:20 PM Mchawi, B. RA/102

ENGL   355  Afr-Amer Lit II 3.0

E4R3A  2726 TH    4:30 - 7:20 PM Carrie-Hartman, S.

MEDST   346W  Afro-Amer in Film/Tv 3.0
1R3A  1492 0 TH    1:40 - 4:30 PM Cason, F. PH/104
 
PSCI   229  Vt:Colloq Amer Pol 3.0
1M3WA  0308  M,W    1:40 - 2:55 PM Lipsitz, K. PH/204 
Section 0308 - POLITICAL BEHAVIOR & PUBLIC OPINION 
 
1T3RA  0309  T,TH    1:40 - 2:55 PM Krasner, M. PH/121
Section 0309 - I'M FAT, YOU'RE STARVING: POWER, JUSTICE & FOOD. 
 
URBST   255  Eth Pol in US:Grk-Am 3.0
AT3RA  1946 T,TH    10:50 - 12:05 PM Ioannides, C.



American Studies 222 U.S. In a Global Setting


ECON   212  Economics of Lat Am 3.0 

AT3RA  0630 0 T,TH    10:50 - 12:05 PM Mijares, J. PH/132

SOC   279  Globaliz:Soc & Geog 3.0
1T3RA  2984  T,TH    1:40 - 2:55 PM Hala, N. RA/112
 
SOC   210  Mod Urban Community 3.0
9F3A  2880  F    9:15 - 12:05 PM Bounds, A. RA/112
CT3RA  2881  T,TH    12:15 - 1:30 PM Bounds, A. RA/112



American Studies 300 and 300W. Selected Topics


ENGL   362  Immigrant Experience 3.0
E6R3A  2730 TH    6:30 - 9:20 PM Weidman, B. KY/

ANTH   288  Voices of N.Y. 3.0 
1T3R  2561  T,TH    1:40 - 2:55 PM Makihara, M. PH/114

HIST   284  New York State Hist 3.0
1T3  0706  T    1:40 - 4:30 PM Davis-Kram, H. RZ/343 
Section 0706 - FIELD TRIPS REQUIRED USUALLY ON WEEKENDS OR FRIDAYS 

HIST   285  New York City Hist 3.0
AW3FA  0401  W,F    10:50 - 12:05 PM Hershkowitz, L. PH/108

URBST   207  Dev of American City 3.0

E6M2A  1135  M    6:30 - 8:30 PM Hanlon, M.



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