Life with Things

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On what objects do we place importance and why? What can material things reveal about our desires, our experiences, our personas, and our relationships? Drawing from anthropology, sociology, visual art and material studies, we will seek to understand cultural practices that entwine human lives with the lives of material things. These practices include collecting, gleaning, connoisseurship, gift exchange, play, design, and artistic creation.

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Student-Originated Studies: Community Resilience

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This program is open to students doing internships and community-based volunteer projects, in collaboration with the Center for Community-Based Learning and Action (CCBLA) at Evergreen. Priority will be given to students registering for in-program internships, particularly if they form groups around particular issues.

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Catastrophe: Community Resilience in the Face of Disaster

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This program will explore the role of natural and human-made disasters—including earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes, floods, droughts, volcanic activity, landslides, wildfires, pandemics, wars, attacks, uprisings, and radioactive and toxic leaks—in shaping human society and consciousness. A central focus will be on how many of these place-based upheavals are becoming more common or intense in the climate crisis, and how communities can plan, respond, and adapt under new conditions. The program will apply the lessons from elsewhere in the world to locally in the Pacific Northwest.

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Mediaworks: Experimental and Documentary Approaches to the Moving Image

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What does it mean to study and create moving images in this age of media proliferation, saturation and commodity culture? What is a "critical practice" of media? How do we slow down our perception, tune our senses, cultivate patience, deepen our attention, and listen more closely to each other and the world around us? How do we put these capacities to work in our critical practices to test the boundaries of traditional approaches to media, participate in vital conversations, and strengthen historically marginalized perspectives?

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Performance: Theory & Practice

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In this one quarter program, students will form a company of artists who will collaborate and support each other over a wide-variety of artistic practices.

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Geographical Information Systems Club (G.I.S.)

Evergreen's GIS Club aims to cultivate a community of Geographical Informational Systems users that can support each other in regard to elevate the role of GIS at Evergreen by developing maps that have positive real-world impacts.

Western Undergraduate Exchange Policy

Initial Eligibility

  • The WUE program at Evergreen begins Fall Quarter 2019 for freshmen who meet all the eligibility requirements. At this time it is not available to transfer students or graduate students.
  • “Freshmen” is defined as a student of any age that has not earned college credit after graduating from high school. Students who have earned credit through a college-in-the-high school program or through exam may qualify for WUE as long as all credits were earned prior to high school graduation.

Psychology Foundations: Personality Theory and Abnormal Psychology

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