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contactedARTMatthew Schrader
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contacted9/29
Baseball, Society, and US History
FYSEElsa Mendoza
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contacted9/22; 10/6
The State of Emergency and its Aftermaths: Kitchen Design to Counter-History
HARCErin Sassin
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Islamic Traditions
RELIAta Anzali
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contacted
Jewish Traditions
RELIShalom Goldman
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contactedArabian NightsRELIShalom Goldman
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Reading Islamic Sacred Texts
RELIAta Anzali
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Jews and Christians: Conflict and Identity
RELIRobert Schine
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Christian Theology in the Liberal Arts
RELIJames Davis
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10/27
Gender Health Environment
ENVSMez Baker-Medard
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History of Sexuality in the US
HISTLana Povitz
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Writing Race and Class
GSFSCatharine Wright
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9/21; 10/24; 10/26
History of American Women
HISTAmy Morsman
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contacted
Women in the Black Freedom Struggle
BLSTViola Huang
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The Making of Europe
HISTLouisa Burnham
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History of Islam and the Middle East, Since 1453
HISTFebe Armanios
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History of the American West
HISTKathryn Morse
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African American History
HISTElsa Mendoza
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contacted
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An Introduction to Global Visual Culture
HARCErin Sassin
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Vermeers's World: 17th-century Dutch Art in a Global Context
HARCCarrie Anderson
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A Global History of Pre-Modern Architecture
Pieter Broucke
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contacted9/27
WWI and Its Legacies in Art and Photography
HARCSarah Rogers
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Research Craft in Human Geography
Jess L'Roe
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Writing Women's Religious Worlds
FYSEJenn Ortegren
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Seeing and Being
FYSEMichelle Leftheris
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Town-Gown Lands of Middlebury
FYSEJeff Howarth
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Shakespeare's Characters
FYSEJames Berg
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10/10
Civil War & Civil Rights
FYSEAmy Morsman
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9/29
Fellini and the Art of Cinema
FYSETom Van Order
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Eliza Garrison
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