2017-18 Pomona College Catalog 
    
    Jun 24, 2018  
2017-18 Pomona College Catalog

Courses


Check major and minor requirement sections in the Departments, Programs and Areas of Study section to determine if specific courses will satisfy requirements. Inclusion on this list does not imply that the course will necessarily satisfy a requirement.

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German

   •  GERM101 PO - Introduction to German Culture
   •  GERM102 PO - Intro to German Literature
   •  GERM103 PO - Intro to German Media and Film
   •  GERM104 PO - Composition and Creative Writing
   •  GERM105 SC - Berlin Stories
   •  GERM151 PO - Language at its Limits: German Poetry in Cultural Context
   •  GERM152 PO - Drama as Experiment
   •  GERM154 PO - Great Contemporary Fiction
   •  GERM189 PO - German Language Component
   •  GERM191 PO - Senior Thesis in German
   •  GERM193 PO - German Comprehensive Exams
   •  GERM199DRPO - German: Directed Readings
   •  GERM199IRPO - German: Independent Research
   •  GERM199RAPO - German: Research Assistantship

German Literature in Translation

   •  GRMT014 PO - Adventures in German Syntax for Reading and Translation
   •  GRMT114 SC - Plotting Crime
   •  GRMT115 SC - The Family and its Discontents
   •  GRMT116 SC - The Decadents
   •  GRMT130 SC - Schools of Cultural Criticism
   •  GRMT131 PO - Topics in Public German Discourse
   •  GRMT162 PO - Rich, Pretty, Orderly - Swiss?
   •  GRMT170 PO - Culture of Nature: Green Movements
   •  GRMT189 PO - English Language Component
   •  GRMT199DRPO - German St: Directed Readings
   •  GRMT199IRPO - German St: Indep Research
   •  GRMT199RAPO - German St:Research Assistantship

History

   •  HIST010 PO - Ancient Mediterranean
   •  HIST011 PO - Medieval Mediterranean
   •  HIST012 PO - Saints and Society
   •  HIST014 PO - Medieval Europe and the World Outside
   •  HIST016 PZ - Environmental History
   •  HIST017 CH - Chicano/Latino History
   •  HIST017 PZ - History and Political Economy of Natural Resources
   •  HIST020 PO - The United States from the Colonial Era to the Gilded Age
   •  HIST020 PZ - Greece and Rome
   •  HIST021 PO - Dynamics of Power in the US
   •  HIST025 CH - All Power to the People
   •  HIST028 CH - Revolutions, Uprisings, Coups, and Interventions in the Americas since 1910
   •  HIST031 CH - Colonial Latin American History
   •  HIST032 CH - Latin America Since Independence
   •  HIST034 CH - Mexico; from Indigenous Societies to Modern State
   •  HIST035 PZ - Hist of Middle East, 600-1500 AD
   •  HIST036 PO - Women of Honor, Women of Shame: Women's Lives in Latin America and the Spanish-Speaking Caribbean, 1300-1900
   •  HIST036 PZ - History of Modern Middle East
   •  HIST040 AF - History of Africa to 1800
   •  HIST041 AF - Africa in World Politics, 1884 to 2000.
   •  HIST042 PO - Worlds of Islam
   •  HIST043 PO - The Middle East and North Africa Since 1500
   •  HIST047 SC - Church of the Poor in Latin America
   •  HIST048 SC - Gndr/Tstmny in LatAm & Caribbean
   •  HIST050A AF - African Diaspora in U.S. to 1877
   •  HIST050B AF - African Diaspora in U.S. since 1877
   •  HIST051 CM - Modern South Asian History through its Literature, 1700 to the Present
   •  HIST052 CM - New Indian Civilizations: Orig to Mughuls
   •  HIST053 CM - Everyday Life in South Asia
   •  HIST054 CM - Bread and Circuses in Ancient Rome
   •  HIST055 CM - Middle East: Muhammad-Mongols
   •  HIST056 CM - Middle East: Ottomans to Present
   •  HIST059 CM - Civilizations of East Asia
   •  HIST060 PO - Asian Traditions
   •  HIST061 CM - The New Asia: China, Japan, India and Indonesia in the Modern Era
   •  HIST062 PO - Modern East Asia: China, Japan and Korea in 20th Century
   •  HIST070 PO - Europe and the World 1492-1800
   •  HIST070A SC - United States History to 1865
   •  HIST070B SC - Introduction to Modern U.S. History
   •  HIST071 PO - Modern Europe Since 1789
   •  HIST072 SC - History of Women in the U.S.
   •  HIST073 CM - Rise of Mod Europe 1750-Present
   •  HIST073 PO - Ordinary People
   •  HIST073 PZ - The Problem with Profit
   •  HIST074 PZ - Holiness, Heresy and the Body
   •  HIST080 CM - Early America: Invasion to the Civil War
   •  HIST081 CM - Modern America: 1865 to the present
   •  HIST081 HM - Science and Technology in the Early Modern World
   •  HIST082 HM - Science and Technology in the Modern World
   •  HIST084 PZ - History of Science from Islam to
   •  HIST096 CM - The Amazon
   •  HIST098 CM - The Americas: Transnational Relations
   •  HIST100AIPO - Indian Ocean World
   •  HIST100C CH - Chicana/Latina Histories
   •  HIST100CDPO - The Chinese Diaspora
   •  HIST100D PO - Political Protest and Social Movements in Latin America
   •  HIST100F PO - Food, Culture and Power in Asia and the Pacific
   •  HIST100G PO - California: Past, Present, Future
   •  HIST100I CH - Race, Culture and Identity in Latin America
   •  HIST100K PO - History/Biography/Autobiography
   •  HIST100N CH - Mexico-United States Border: Diaspora, Exiles, and Refugees (CP)
   •  HIST100Q CH - Social Movements in 20C Mexico
   •  HIST100T PO - Global Environmental Histories
   •  HIST100W PO - The American Political Tradition
   •  HIST100WMPO - Martyrdom in Early Christianity and Islam
   •  HIST100X PO - Modern Caribbean Pro-Seminar
   •  HIST100Z PO - Doing History
   •  HIST101 PO - Achilles to Alexander
   •  HIST103A CM - History of the Roman Republic
   •  HIST103B CM - The History of the Roman Empire: 44 BCE - 565 CE
   •  HIST104 CM - Late Antiquity and Early Middle Ages
   •  HIST107 CM - Reading Ancient and Medieval Historians
   •  HIST107 SC - Dante and the Medieval World
   •  HIST108 CM - Age of Cicero
 

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