2018-19 Pomona College Catalog 
    
    Oct 19, 2018  
2018-19 Pomona College Catalog

Courses


Check major and minor requirement sections in the Departments, Programs and Areas of Study section to determine if specific courses will satisfy requirements. Inclusion on this list does not imply that the course will necessarily satisfy a requirement.

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French

   •  FREN013 PO - French Conversation, Advanced
   •  FREN015 PO - Advanced Plus Conversation
   •  FREN022 PO - Intensive Elementary French
   •  FREN033 PO - Intermediate French
   •  FREN044 PO - Advanced French
   •  FREN100 SC - French Culture and Civilization
   •  FREN101 PO - Introduction to Literary Analysis
   •  FREN103 PO - Frenchness: May '68- 2018, and Beyond.
   •  FREN104 SC - History, Memory and Loss: Vichy
   •  FREN106 PO - French Creative Writing: Atelier d'écriture
   •  FREN107 SC - Headline News: Advanced Oral Expression and Composition of Current Events and Culture
   •  FREN109 PO - Introduction to French Linguistics
   •  FREN110 PO - French Films
   •  FREN111 SC - French Cinema: Images of Women
   •  FREN114 SC - Documenting the French
   •  FREN117 CM - Novel and Cinema in Africa and the Caribbean
   •  FREN120 CM - Order and Revolt in French Literature
   •  FREN121 SC - The Politics of Love
   •  FREN124 SC - The Novelist and Society in France
   •  FREN127 PO - Language and Power in the Francophone World
   •  FREN128 PO - The Fantastic
   •  FREN129 PO - Who's Afraid of Marcel Proust?
   •  FREN130 SC - French Theater from Text to Stage I: Theatricality and “Mise en Scene”
   •  FREN132 CM - North African Lit after Independ
   •  FREN133 CM - Africa in France: The French of African Ancestry through Text and Film
   •  FREN134 PO - From Mermaids to Catwomen: Animal Transformations in French Literature and Culture
   •  FREN150A PO - Les Moralistes: Public and Private Selves
   •  FREN150B PO - Les Philosophes: Paradoxes of Nature
   •  FREN150C PO - Moralistes/Philosophes: Advanced Topics
   •  FREN151 PO - Men, Women and Power
   •  FREN152 PO - Masters, Servants and Slaves
   •  FREN154 SC - The 18th Century Novel
   •  FREN172 SC - Baudelaire and Symbolist Aesthetic
   •  FREN173 PO - Reading Bodies
   •  FREN173 SC - Within the French Salon
   •  FREN174 PO - Adultery in the Novel.
   •  FREN175 PO - Writing the Exotic
   •  FREN178 PO - Writing the Painter, Painting the Writer
   •  FREN182 PO - Cannibalizing Surrealism
   •  FREN185 PO - The Art of Modern Fiction
   •  FREN191 PO - Senior Thesis
   •  FREN192 PO - Senior Paper
   •  FREN193 PO - Senior Oral Presentation
   •  FREN199DRPO - French: Directed Readings
   •  FREN199IRPO - French: Independent Research

Gender and Women’s Studies

   •  FGSS026 SC - Intro Fem+Gndr+Sexuality Studies
   •  FGSS036 SC - Introduction to Queer Studies
   •  FGSS187 SC - Advanced Topics in Feminist Studies
   •  FGSS188 SC - Advanced Topics in Queer Studies
   •  FGSS188E SC - The Queer Transpacific: Sinophone Cultures and Race/Ethnicity in Asian America
   •  FGSS192 SC - Antiracist Feminist Queer Praxis
   •  GFS060 PZ - Women in the Third World
   •  GFS117 PZ - Children and Families in South Asia
   •  GFS118 PZ - Gender and Global Restructuring
   •  GFS155 CH - Chicana Feminist Epistemology
   •  GWS026 PO - Introduction to Gender and Women's Studies
   •  GWS140 PO - Queer of Color Critique: Literature and Theory
   •  GWS142 PO - Queering Childhood
   •  GWS170 PO - Disability Studies: Foundations, Intersections, & Future
   •  GWS172 PO - Race, Gender, & The Environment
   •  GWS180 PO - Queer and Feminist Theories
   •  GWS182 PO - Feminist and Queer Materialisms: Ecologies of Affect, Feeling and Sensation
   •  GWS183 PO - Transnational Feminist Theories
   •  GWS185 PO - Biopolitics: Sex, Capitalism, Affect
   •  GWS186 PO - Theories of the Body
   •  GWS 189B PO - LGBTQ Social Movements in the US
   •  GWS190 PO - Senior Seminar
   •  GWS191 PO - Senior Thesis
   •  GWS199DRPO - Gender/Women's Studies: Directed Readings
   •  GWS199IRPO - Gender/Women's Studies: Independent Research
   •  GWS199RAPO - Gender/Women's Studies: Research Assistantship

Geography

   •  GEOG179B HM - Place, Power, and Difference
   •  GEOG179C HM - Geographies Disease and Health Justice
   •  GEOG179D HM - Critical Geographies of Community

Geology

   •  GEOL015 PO - Living on the Edge: Earthquakes and Water in Southern California
   •  GEOL020A PO - Intro to Geology: Geohazards
   •  GEOL020B PO - Intro to Geology: Planetary Geology
   •  GEOL020C PO - Intro to Geology: Environmental Geology
   •  GEOL020D PO - Paleontology/Evolution of the Earth's Biosphere
   •  GEOL020E PO - Oceanography
   •  GEOL020G PO - Climate Change
   •  GEOL112 PO - Remote Sensing of Earth's Environment
   •  GEOL115 PO - Hydrogeology
   •  GEOL120 PO - Introduction to Geochemistry
   •  GEOL121 PO - Tectonic Landscapes
   •  GEOL125 PO - Earth History with Laboratory
   •  GEOL127 PO - Mineralogy with Laboratory
   •  GEOL129 PO - Geophysics with Laboratory
   •  GEOL131 PO - Physical Volcanology with Laboratory
   •  GEOL181 PO - Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology with Laboratory
   •  GEOL183 PO - Sedimentology with Laboratory
   •  GEOL185 PO - Structural Geology
   •  GEOL189C PO - Global Biogeochemical Cycles: Past and Present
   •  GEOL192 PO - Senior Project in Geology
   •  GEOL199DRPO - Geology: Directed Readings
   •  GEOL199IRPO - Geology: Independent Research

German

   •  GERM001 PO - Elementary German 1
   •  GERM002 PO - Elementary German 2
   •  GERM010 PO - Intensive Introduction to German Language and Culture
   •  GERM011 PO - German Conversation, Intermediate
 

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