Undergraduate STS Courses Spring 2017
*Classes in Winter and Spring 2017 are subject to change, please check back for updates to the proposed curriculum.
Seminar Topics + Extended Descriptions
- STS 131 Darwin Instructor: James Griesemer
Students will explore the life and times of Charles Darwin and will trace the development of evolutionary thinking before and after the Origin of Species to appreciate its place in Victorian society and in the corpus of Darwin's thought.
STS 173 - Science Fiction
STS 175 Laboratory Studies Lab - CANCELLED
STS 180 Topics in History and philosophy of Science Instructor: Carroll
In depth treatment of selected topis in the history and philosophy of science. Possible topics include history of modern physics, history of molecular biology, science and society, science and power, scientific explanation, technology and culture, theory testing.
- STS 190 Sounding Data Instructor: Marshall (CRN: 91459)
Description: Turning data into sound: creative and critical approaches
- STS 198 Data Sense and Exploration Instructor: Espe (CRN: 89744)
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- ANT 191 Anthropology of Sound Instructor: Lippman (CRN: 92414)
Description: This course provides a survey of the anthropology of sound while reflecting on and imagining the future of sound ethnography. We will examine how sound—and music—are perceived, produced, disciplined, and silenced across cultures.