Contrary to the assumption that the central place typifies culture, it is perhaps the frontier which visibly manifests interconnectedness of societies and the process of social change. 10702 ONLINE asynchronousKaitlyn Williams, Contact between Europeans, Africans, and Native Americans had global impacts. In this course we will read books from the Harry Potter series and articles that focus on various areas of developmental psychology. PO Box 26170 | Greensboro, NC 27402-6170Â Spring financial aid funds will be paid to student accounts starting January 9, 2021 for students who are registered for spring classes, whose registration is confirmed, and are eligible for disbursement*. Asa Eger. 14836 Winter session Dec. 14, 2020 - Jan. 21, 2021 only 218-81 ONLINE asynchronous Christine Flood. Today, we are announcing adjustments to the UNCG Spring 2021 calendar. All rights reserved. 10723 221-01 MWF 9:00-9:50 ONLINE Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. ***This course will be taught synchronously via ZOOM> Students must have access to reliable Internet and computer with camera on the scheduled days and times. Prerequisites: Middle Grades or Secondary Social Studies Licensure candidates who have completed HIS 308, HIS 316, and one other 300-level History elective for a total of 9 s.h.. or permission of instructor. Marker: .GPM. Through our discussions of primary and secondary source readings, we will seek out the voices of the common people as well as the voices of those in power. Field learning experience in public or applied history. 12259 369-01B meets W in classroom, MF online. In the modern era of globalization millions of human beings have migrated from their country of origin. COVID-19 and the Spring 2021 Semester: Upcoming UNCG Testing Opportunities and Vaccination Update Posted on January 4, 2021 by Craig Biles Though approval and ongoing distribution of multiple COVID-19 vaccines is encouraging, we need to remain vigilant and cautious as we approach the Spring 2021 semester. How has genetics changed the food you eat? paper that engages this cultural impulse to record and remember lives.Writing and Speaking Intensive. ***This course will be taught synchronously via ZOOM> Students must have access to reliable Internet and computer with camera on the scheduled days and times. Anderson Rouse. We will analyze the concept of the frontier and frontier societies and how frontier theory contributes to new understandings of history. Mandy Cooper. Through answering these questions, students will develop a more thorough understanding of the diverse roles women held and the ways women have worked within and pushed against societal boundaries to control their own lives and gain visibility in American societies. It spans more than 400 years of state history - from colonization to the present. Smaller discussion groups meet on Fridays online at 11:00-11:50. How its actions and reactions were similar or different from the other states. Spring 2021 Schedule * – 1 credit hour course, ** – 2 credit hours, (all others are 3 credit hours) § – Blended Course – Some meeting on campus required u – MPA graduate student status only or permission of instructor We need to fight back against the lies, and this course will show you how. Since the release of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone in 1997, the series has become a cultural phenomenon. This class asks how focusing on women's work and privileging women's voices better accounts for, challenges, or changes the ways we think about the development of business and global forms of capitalism in the United States? In the period between 1450 and 1700 a previously poor and isolated region of Europe emerged as a dominant political, military and cultural force. Why does mankind periodically organize himself for armed conflict and warfare? This course also examines the origins and histories of distinctive societies and cultural traditions in Africa, Eurasia, China, South Asia, the Near East and the Western Hemisphere. Voters in many Western countries are electing politicians who promise even harsher policies. 12147 211-01A meets M in classroom, WF online Phone: 336.334.5992 | Fax: 336.334.5910 | Email: email@example.com Field: Wider World. Students will examine women's work in domestic labor within the household, slavery, emotional and reproductive labor, factories, war production, and more. The Civil War and its aftermath marked a watershed in the social, ideological and political history of the nation, and its impact continues to be felt today. Lisa Tolbert. The course description, times, and prerequisites are listed below. Objectives of the course include an examination of: Emphasis on the political systems responsible for the Second World War; military establishments that fought it, the populations that suffered it, and sociopolitical and cultural changes it brought about. Who can define it, and who protects it or polices it? The political history of the war as well as its impact on people's livesâboth on the battlefield and the homefrontâis given special emphasis. Immigration, emigration, and diaspora have politically and culturally shaped our modern world. In August 2017 scientists fixed a heart disease mutation in human embryos using CRISPR/cas 9. We will study satire, social inequality, and the power of language to fight back against oppression. We receive information constantly through visuals and have the ability to read situations with or without text. Written permission needed to register. In addition to the rise of black artists in music, television, and film, this course will explore other topics such as Afrofuturism, black theater and literature, and the birth of hip hop. Credit; CCI 201: Intro. Are they asylum seekers fleeing war and oppression? Did you know that your food has always been genetically modified? Get ready to laugh, to cry, and to critique the world around us. We draw from case studies and national histories, but we will place these historical moments within a global perspective, elucidating how Latin American actors shaped imperial practices, nation-state formation, revolutionary and counterrevolutionary dynamics during the Cold War, and innovations in urban design, technology, and culture. Check the meeting information carefully. The following section of HIS 212 is NOT writing intensive and meets online: 10705 212-03 ONLINE asynchronousCarolyn Lindley, 11730 TR 9:30-10:45 ONLINE Warren Milteer, This course will explore the history of human bondage and the pre-1865 United States through the narratives of enslaved people. 12193 222-01A meets in classroom M, meets online WF Colleen Kriger, When, how, and why did European nations colonize the African continent? Also carries credit equivalent to ENG 101. Markers: .GHP .GN, 10323 ONLINE asynchronous written by ancient Greek and Roman authors that have been translated into modern English) and discuss how they depict monsters. Most classes that meet online will meet at a scheduled time. Winter 2021 class schedule Fall 2020 class schedule. Go. Field: United States. Sec# Course Title: Days Start: End Mode: Instructor 12134: CHE 101: 1 Introductory Chemistry: ASYN Spencer Russell: 12247 CHE: 103 1: General Descriptive Chem I TR: 1230 1345: SYNC Tylisha Baber: Mark Moser, This course will begin with excerpts from Hannah Arendt's 1951 study The Origins of Totalitarianism and proceed to examine totalitarian regimes chronologically throughout the 20th century. colonies. The Western world's interest in China has long followed two paths, one material and one spiritual. when, how, and why North Carolina developed as it did. The Graduate School. ContactÂ Anne ParsonsÂ for information. PCC will be in Limited Reopening status through Spring Term 2021. Writing and Speaking Intensive. Throughout our readings, you will be exposed to a wide sampling of identity and madness narratives based around ideas of societal divided, gender, race, sexuality, and other critical concepts that inform out approaches to literature. This course proceeds chronologically and thematically and examines transformations in urban life and space roughly from the colonial era to the late twentieth century. The lecture portion of this class meets on Mondays or Wednesdays at 10-10:50 in the classroom, and students watch the lecture online on the other day. Dear UNCG Community, As we continue to move through our Fall 2020 semester at UNCG, we are also solidifying our plans for what comes next in the Spring 2021 semester. Part of your learning experience will include a. series of artist activist guest speakers. A product of the economic, political, and social transformations that shaped black life in this critical decade, black art, both high and low, represented the voice of a people articulating their distinctive vision of American identity. Markers: .GHP.GPM.GN.IGS, 10703 ONLINE asynchronous Ashley Loper-Nowak, Mobility is inherently a part of history. You will encounter the voices of diverse individuals who experienced persecution by the Nazi regime. Deadline for undergraduates to apply to student teach during Spring 2022: March 3, Wednesday: Health and Wellness Day. This course explores the global roots and consequences of the Cold War. These themes will be studied with reference to the regions of west, east, central, and southern Africa.Field: Wider World. Vaccine Update and Clarified Guidance on Face Coverings February 11, 2021; Anuncio sobre ayuda financiera para estudiantes February 11, 2021; HEERF II/CRRSAA Update February 11, 2021; Temporary Spring 2021 Changes January 15, 2021; UNCG COVID-19 Vaccine Update for Employees January 14, 2021 2021 Course Scheduling Benchmark Dates. The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. 11810Â W 4:00-6:50 ONLINE Now we know that there are consequences of using CRISPR/cas9. Each of you will delve deeply into an issue, a key personality, an important decision or sequence of decisions. psychological, feminist, post-colonial, etc.) We will also look at secondary sources (i.e., scholarly writings from modern authors) that discuss ancient monsters and monsters generally so that we can develop analytic tools and techniques for interpreting literary depictions of monsters. 12122 101-01A meets M in classroom, WF online The course will conclude by examining the myths, legends, and ideological legacies of both the Civil War and Reconstruction. religion, educational level, profession, and intended audience. Please check Genie for updates and your email for updates from your instructors. Field: Europe. Markers: .GHP.GMO.GN.IGS. What is the current operational status of UNCG for Spring 2021? What challenges do they face in their destination? Formal goals include: analyzing varieties of primary and secondary source materials; designing a project focus; finding and evaluating appropriate sources; learning citation methods; understanding how historiography can guide us to significant questions and methods. Crosslisted with HIS 502. Markers: .GHP .GL .GPM, 10730Â ONLINEÂ asynchronous Teresa Walch, A survey of the political, social and cultural history of Europe from the time of the French Revolution to the fall of the Berlin wall. During Reconstruction, the attempt to reconstruct Southern society on the principle of equal citizenship raised contentious issues about the meaning of free labor, democratic equality, and Federal authority over the states that are examined in detail. At the heart of our inquiry is what scholars call "the construction of identities," Course withdrawals that take place during the schedule adjustment period each term (within the first five days in fall and spring terms and within the first two days in summer sessions) Total withdrawal from all courses prior to the term’s last day to withdraw without incurring a WF grade (withdrawal failing) Markers: .ADS.GMO, 12255 TR 9:30-10:45 This class meets face-to-face. Furthermore, many of the consequences of the Cold War, particularly its "hot wars," were larger imposed upon societies within the Third World. 11815Â TR 2:00-3:15This class meets face-to-face. February 22, 2021 Dear Spartans, The impact of COVID-19 has made an indelible mark on our campus. Watson Jennison. The contentious issues that caused the war were not resolved in 1865, and the class follows the continuation of the issues until 1896. Beginning in the colonial era and continuing to the present, this course reframes our understanding of business and the economy in the United States by placing women's work at the center, highlighting the centrality of women's work to the development of business and capitalism in the United States. To that end, students will critically read, discuss, and write about selected works of prose and poetry from diverse cultural traditions, analyzing the context, aims, and methods of literary expression through developing cogent written and oral arguments. Gene therapies in general are advancing and CRISPR/cas 9 has been used in different laboratories in the US and abroad. Dear UNCG Community, As we continue to move through our Fall 2020 semester at UNCG, we are also solidifying our plans for what comes next in the Spring 2021 semester. In each case, social mobilization and political reform was severely constrained by the presidential decisions for war in Europe and Southeast Asia. Please see the Syllabi Archive for past syllabi. But you have persevered. EMERITUS SOCIETY | SPRING 2021 The goal of the Emeritus Society is to provide stimulating noncredit opportunities for adult learners of all ages. 11741Â TR 3:30-4:45 ONLINE Students should gain a broad and balanced understanding of the most significant social, political, and cultural developments of human societies up to the eve of the modern era. Field: Wider World. MWF 10:00-10:50 HYBRIDJeff Jones Prepare for your future. Markers: .GHP.GMO.GN.IGS, 12165218-01 ONLINE asynchronous David Wight This course introduces students to the fascinating, complex, and changing role of corsairs, buccaneers, and privateers in shaping the emerging colonial economies, societies, and cultures of the early modern Caribbean. Field: United States. Download Page (PDF) The PDF will include all information unique to this page. Who are these migrants? Field: Wider World. This course will explore the different forms of migration from the mid-eighteenth century to the late-twentieth century and will focus on how movement reinforces ideas of national identity, culture, gender, and race. Our community standards established in Fall 2020 will remain in effect in Spring 2021 to ensure the safety of our extended community – especially those most at risk. Markers: .WI .SI, 11839Â MW 3:30-4:45This class meets face-to-face. Culturally, both were decades in which young people challenged traditional norms and social roles, seeking âliberationâ in sexuality, personal relationships, and artistic expression. We will evaluate how radical imagining, speculation, and dreaming can transform institutions and individuals. Field: Wider World. This course explores the variety of ways that American Indian peoples have interacted with the natural world and how they have thought about that relationship from before European arrival in the Americas to today. Few historical actors have been so thoroughly romanticized - or so completely decontextualized - as Caribbean pirates. A smart phone is not sufficient. We will read a variety of primary sources (i.e., poems, plays, histories, etc. Explores the place of the past in contemporary life and We will read several narratives authored by enslaved men and women in order to evaluate the impact of human bondage on the lives of enslaved persons as well as those who lived around them. University Registrar's Office Location: 180 Mossman Building (Spring Garden & Stirling) Office Hours: Monday—Friday 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Mailing Address: PO Box 26170, Greensboro, NC 27402-6170 Telephone: 336-334-5946 Fax: 336-334-3649 E-mail: registrar@uncg… Students in the course address a variety of research problems in history using different sources and methods in preparation for HIS 411. It also grappled with intense problems of poverty, urban sprawl, racism, religious intolerance and seemingly endless wars, on both sides of the Atlantic. 13115Â TR 12:30-1:45 ONLINE In this course, we will discuss how to read, analyze, and form arguments around a variety of texts, including art, film, performance, and other visual media. 14725 Mar. While Western traders and government leaders debated various routes to the elusive "China Market," artists and philosophers deliberated tenets of Confucianism, Daoism (Taoism) and Buddhism, the schools of thought that flourished in traditional Chinese society. University Registrar's Office Location: 180 Mossman Building (Spring Garden & Stirling) Office Hours: Monday—Friday 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Mailing Address: PO Box 26170, Greensboro, NC 27402-6170 Telephone: 336-334-5946 Fax: 336-334-3649 E-mail: registrar@uncg… Courses Offered in Spring 2021. (TBA means To Be Announced) We encourage students not to sign up for a seminar without first reading the course description and not to sign up for more than one seminar. We will produced in great variety and abundance throughout early modern Europe and its Spring 2021 In recent times, government and private interests have placed tremendous pressure on Native people to exploit their natural resources, sometimes with devastating impacts. Relying heavily on primary source documents, we will also examine the common methodologies used by totalitarian regimes to seize unlimited power. Field: Europe. Course Title Instructor Days Time General Ed. The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. To learn more about the courses and their descriptions check out The Religious Studies Course Descriptions. Prerequisites: For social studies licensure students: HIS 430 and permission of instructor. All syllabi are in PDF format and may be opened using the free Adobe Acrobat Reader. 10727 221-02 MWF 9:00-9:50 ONLINE. If you don't see your syllabus listed here, please check again later. We will explore American Indian philosophy and religion as it pertains to nature, while also examining how such beliefs were/are put into practice. Women have always worked. Markers: .GHP .GMO, This course surveys women's and gender history in America up to 1865. Do you really know who you are: are you familiar with genetic tests as 23andme? From Henry James to Batman comics, we will engage in critical discussions with the various contexts and themes of each work that speak to how texts conceive of and examine the nature of identity and madness. introduces the field of public history: the effort to make history for and with audiences beyond the university. to read them with and against the grain of their position within the literary canon and the sociocultural factors that influenced their making. Prerequisite: Consent of Director of Public History. Send Page to Printer. Torren Gatson. Many classes will meet online at a scheduled time. Copyright Â© 2013. We will delve deeply into a wide range of sources, carefully considering their strengths, limitations, and silences. Focusing on a selection of important events, historical figures, and international issues of global significance, this course explores human rights in international law, transnational movements, and global causes. All Summer History Courses; Spring 2021 Syllabi. 12154 211-01B meets W in classroom, MF online, General survey of American history from colonization through the Civil War.Â Writing Intensive. This course will explore the tenets of rhetoric through activism for social justice. Students will develop competencies in framing research topics; locating and critically reading sources; posing appropriate questions; building interpretation on evidence, identifying relevant historiography, and writing clear prose. Linda RupertÂ, In the Wake of Columbus: This course will be a hands-on journey through the craft of historical inquiry, using the early Caribbean as a backdrop. Mark Moser, 14722 Jan. 19-Mar. Students will investigate the ways that the concept of race impacted indigenous Americans and shaped their destinies. Markers: .ADS .GHP .GN .IGS. This course examines major themes in recent African history, and discusses theoretical debates in the history of Africa during the colonial period and since. Field: United States. Talk with your advisor about registering for a seminar. You will be introduced to the main historiographical debates surrounding Nazi Germany and the Holocaust, and you will be asked to reflect upon the all-important questions of how and why. However, current events have equally shown us that these borders and frontiers can often impose arbitrary division where none has existed before or contribute to the creation of new identities and societies. The 1970s witnessed an explosion of black popular culture unseen since the Harlem Renaissance of a half century before. For all other history majors: HIS 391 and permission of instructor.Field: Europe, 13086Â MW 3:30-4:45This class meets face-to-face. This is a survey course. Jodi Bilinkoff, In this course we will examine biographical and autobiographical texts, which were 29th December 2020 Latest News Latest News In addition, we will consider how Latin American cities and their inhabitants have been imagined, and how such representations have impacted state policy, social movements, and everyday life. Field: Wider World. Field: United States. Field: Europe. Classes that meet face-to-face have been moved to larger rooms in order … UNC Greensboro. A little more than one year later, a Chinese scientist claimed that he created the world’s first genetically edited babies using the same method. View our Term Planning Roadmap for updated information regarding the Spring 2021 term. Writing and Research Intensive. This course will look at pre-colonization societies, early colonization and responses to Europeans, and the Age of Revolutions while giving agency to all three groups. contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance. The average American adult spends 24 hours a week on the Internet, but one in four is online almost constantly. Do we create ourselves as members of society or does society create us? Markers: .GHP.GL.GMO.IGS, Students will explore recent attempts by historians to tell the story of working people from a global perspective. 105 Foust Building Travel the globe, from France to Iran to Syria to Afghanistan to Pakistan and then back to the United States. We will limit class size, sanitize between class periods, and encourage social distancing. Field: United States. Spring 2021 Spring 2021 Payment Instructions → Bills for the Spring will be uploaded to the Student Account Center November 18, 2020 and will include billing for all Spring registrations made through November 17, 2020.Payment will be due by December 16, 2020. Mandy CooperÂ. The world today is a sharply divided and sharply contested landscape of borders and frontiers, delimiting not only nations and political space but ethnicities and religions, languages and cultures. Who are the migrants that are sold into slavery? The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday is Monday, January 18 – classes are dismissed, and offices are closed. In this course we will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of a new era where genetics information is part of our daily lives and may drastically change the choices you make and how they will impact your life. 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