Classes to Take Before You Die I Mean Graduate
Written by Bwog Staff
Your schedules don’t have to be finalized until Friday and Bwog knows that you are still looking for that one golden class that will make your ridiculously high tuition worth it. Here are our humble suggestions; please leave your own in the comments.
American Studies: Andrew Delbanco, Foundations of American Literature
Anthropology: Severin Fowles, Origins of Human Society
Anthropology: Mick Taussig, Interpretations of Culture
Asian Humanities: Colloqium on Major Texts: East Asia, with any professor but especially with William de Bary.
Creative Writing: Margo Jefferson, Modern Arts Writer
Creative Writing: Amy Benson, The Lyric Essay
Creative Writing: Cris Beam, The Literary Reporter
Earth and Environmental Science: Roger Anderson, Planet Earth
Economics: Sunil Gulati, Global Economy
English: Erik Gray, Romantic Poetry
English: Margaret Vandenburg, Modernism
History: Barbara Fields, History of the South/Anything
History: Casey Blake, U.S. Intellectual History: 1865 to the Present
History: Seth Fein, American Empire Projected on Film
History: Charles K. Armstrong, The Vietnam War
History: Sam Moyn, History of Human Rights
Political Science: PrezBo, Freedom of Speech and Press
Note: Not all of these classes are being offered this semester but since they`re all legendary it`s still good for you to know.
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