Spring 2013 Course Syllabi (updates in progress)

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NOTE: This list does not necessarily represent all the Humanities courses offered for the semester. For a complete listing of Humanities courses, visit the CSUS online schedule. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to access course syllabi on this page.


HRS 10 - Arts and Ideas West: Anc-Mediev
Nystrom- section 1

HRS 11 - Arts and Ideas West: Ren-Mod

Shinbrot – section 1

HRS 71 - Art + Ideas Asia: Modern
Dubois – section 1 

HRS 108- Approaches to Religious Studies
Brodd - section 1

HRS 114 - Culture Classical Rome
Nystrom - section 1

HRS 119 - Classical Mythology
Thoma - section 1, section 2

HRS 122- Intro New Testament
Nystrom -  section 1; section 2

HRS 127- Hist Christianity Reform (cross-listed with HIST 127)
Craft – section 1

HRS 140 - Exploring World Religions
Shek – section 1 
Poxon - section 2; section 3
Terry - section 4 

HRS 147 - Histoy of Buddhism
Dubois- section 1 

HRS 151- World Mythology
Thoma - section 1

HRS 155 - Spirit & Nature
Jaoudi - section 1 Web On Line

HRS 161 - Multicultural America
Donath - section 1
Simonelli - section 2
Satterlee - section 3  

HRS 162- American Space + Identity
Satterlee – section 1
Simonelli- section 2

HRS 168 - Images of America (cross-listed with HIST 168)
Donath - section 1
Satterlee - section 2 

HRS 169 - Hollywood and America (cross-listed with HIST 169)
Craft – section 1

HRS 171 - Intro to East Asian World
Shek- section 1; section 2

HRS 179B - The Hindu Year-Spring
Little - section 1, Cosmic Cycles; Lunar MonthMonths, Days, Seasons

HRS 180 - The Film
Cooper - section 1

HRS 183 - World Rel & Cultures in Cinema
Jaoudi - section 1 Web on line

HRS 190C/290C - Many Realities of Consciousnes
Jaoudi- 190, 290 

HRS 195- Seminar in Humanities
Shinbrot - section 1

HRS 202 - Western Aesthetics: Tradition+ Revs
Shinbrot- section 1

HRS 224-Religions of Roman Empire
Brodd- section 1