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Negotiation Through a Feminist Lens

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World Geography with GIS

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Maps are powerful tools for understanding the relationships between people and place.  They have been used to divide and unite, to expose environmental problems, to plan for peace, and to prepare for war.  If a picture is worth a thousand words, a map might be worth millions.  This one-quarter program combines studies in world geography with a technical introduction to creating maps using ArcGIS Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software.

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Mapping for Change (B)

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Maps are powerful tools for understanding the relationships between people and place.  They have been used to divide and unite, to expose environmental problems, to plan for peace, and to prepare for war.  If a picture is worth a thousand words, a map might be worth millions.

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Mapping for Change (A)

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Student Originated Studies: 3D Art, Craft and Design

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This program is for advanced students working primarily in three-dimensional (3D) art, craft, or design. Working together in a shared studio space, students will design and execute their own independent creative projects and research. Successful students will have prior college-level art training, and be proficient in their material area of interest. Students should expect to work in campus studio spaces, which require advance scheduling. 

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Miniature Worlds: Casting the Curiosity Cabinet

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In this intensive studio-art program, students will use small-scale three-dimensional (3D) casting processes to produce work that creatively considers the history of curiosity cabinets, public art collections, and natural history museums. We will investigate the effects that collecting, observing, and reproducing the natural world has had on historical and contemporary art and design.

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Arts, Culture, and Spirit on Silk Roads

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This interdisciplinary half-time program will examine artistic and spiritual traditions on the Silk Roads with emphasis on China. We will consider the Silk Roads as a metaphor for social and cultural interactions and exchange. We will study foundational concepts and practices in  Daoism, Confucianism, Buddhism, Islam and Jewish faiths. We will engage in various artistic, meditative and self cultivation practices including Taiji, calligraphy, and art making inspired by our learning.

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