Comparative Eurasian Foodways: Immigrant Experiences

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How do immigrant foodways both reflect and transform the "original" or non-immigrant cultures, identities, geographies, and tastes that preceded them? What and who determines the authenticity of a recipe or a cuisine? This "immigrant" variation on the program Comparative Eurasian Foodways (CEF):  A Cultural, Agricultural, and Gastronomic Odyssey invites live-time engagement with the ways in which what food communicates to whom , including when and where

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From the Earth: Advanced Studies

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This option is an opportunity for advanced work within the From the Earth program for a small number of Junior-Senior students with a strong academic background in one or a combination of the following: history, sociology, creative writing, literature, political economy, cultural studies, or critical race studies. Students with this background will participate in all of the activities, readings, and assignments of From the Earth: The History, Stories, and Social Justice of Farming in the U.S., but also be asked to complete longer and more in-depth assignments.

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Computing and Music

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The program combines computational and algorithmic techniques to create musical compositions that are innovative and engaging. What we think of as music is composed of regular sound patterns. Since computers only do what you tell them, they cannot generate patterns that the programmer didn't first imagine. Actually, computer programs are systems that can have emergent and evolutionary behaviors, i.e. they can be unpredictable.

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From the Earth: The History, Stories, and Social Justice of Farming in the U.S.

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“We want land, bread, housing, education, clothing, justice and peace.” ~The Black Panther Party Platform, 1966

“Justice is important, but dinner is essential.” ~ Anonymous

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Pathways to Healthcare: A Clinical Practicum in Student Wellness Services

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This program is an excellent opportunity for students interested in a career path toward health and medicine.  Students will acquire direct clinical skills and experience needed to apply for medical, naturopathic, nursing or other health related graduate programs.

Students in this program will be licensed as a Medical Assistant-Registered by the State of Washington at the beginning of fall quarter. Upon completion of the program, graduates meet the qualifications to take the national certification exam and become a Medical Assistant-Certified.

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Queer Media Fandom: Histories and Futures

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This program offers a foundation in the history and analysis of television and digital media through the study of queer online fandoms. With a particular focus on US genre/cult TV (sci-fi and fantasy), we will explore the development of fan communities and creativity on internet platforms from newsgroups to Tumblr. Queer fan cultures have engaged with issues of representation, visibility, and identity politics as well as the intersections of gender, sexuality, and race.

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Policy, Finance & Budgeting for Public Administration Tacoma

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Doing Democratic Public Administration Tacoma

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The Context of Public Administration Tacoma

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