HC301H: Food and Colonialism

Professor: Hannah Cutting-Jones

4.00 credits

• CRN 21076: Monday & Wednesday, 1000-1120 @ CON 260

In this course students will develop basic research, writing, and presentation skills in the discipline of history. We will spend the first part of class narrowing down individual research topics and discussing recent scholarship that models the various questions historians ask of this topic and the different methods they use to answer them. Read more


HC301H: Science of Teaching

Professor: Lisa Munger

4.00 credits

• CRN 21078: Tuesday & Thursday, 1400-1520 @ CHA 201

In this course, we will explore the science of adult learning and teaching (andragogy) through research, discussion, and practice. Read more


HC301H: Consumer Research Methods

Professor: Alejandra Rodriguez Martin

4.00 credits

• CRN 21080: Monday & Wednesday, 1600-1750 @ CHA 301

Humans are very complex and interesting creatures, which is why we have so many kinds of social science research fields focused on learning more about what makes us tick, and how we function and interact with others in our surroundings, society, institutions, etc. Still, we can have such different preferences and opinions, and behave in dramatically differing manners from each other. Read more


HC301H: American Prisons

Professor: Tim Williams

4.00 credits

• CRN 21082: Tuesday & Thursday, 1000-1120 @ MCK 348

• CRN 21083: Tuesday & Thursday, 1400-1520 @ MCK 349

In this required research course, we will focus on one specific area of inquiry: the history of prisons and prisoners in the United States. Within this framework, students will have an opportunity to research and write about various topics: race, gender, bodies, sex, emotions, popular culture, public health, policy, law, politics, popular culture, prisoners of war, and more! Read more