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Introduction to Interdisciplinary Studies

Introduction to Interdisciplinary Studies

Mary Isbell
English|ENGL 2212|Spring 2024

This course is designed to help you turn observations and ideas into research projects that incorporate methodologies from multiple disciplines. My goal is to help you develop and hone skills this semester that […]

Gender and Sexuality in Popular Music (Spring 2024)

Gender and Sexuality in Popular Music (Spring 2024)

D. Edward Davis
Performing Arts|MUSC 4451

student work from MUSC 4451

Modernisms

Mary Isbell
Art & Design|English|Humanities and Social Sciences|Performing Arts|ENGL 2212|Spring 2024

This course is meant to be “a study of important British writers from the Romantic era to the present,” but I propose that we approach it as an opportunity to consider the meaning of “modern” as a classif […]

Thinking Historically about Monuments and Memorials

Thinking Historically about Monuments and Memorials

Matt Wranovix
Humanities and Social Sciences|HIST 1000|Spring 2024

This is a site to host case studies of historical monuments and memorials by students in HIST 1000 at the University of New Haven.

Seminar in Academic Inquiry and Writing

Mary Isbell
English|Spring 2023

Syllabus and assignments for students enrolled in Dr. Isbell’s Seminar in Academic Inquiry and Writing

Representations of Nature (CC 9.1)

Mary Isbell
Art & Design|Biology & Environmental Science|Civil and Environmental Engineering|English|Performing Arts|ENGL 2591|Fall 2023

As humans, we create representations of nature in a wide range of media and for many different purposes. Examples in the creative arts include travel writing, landscape painting, field recordings of birds, and […]

Algorithms and the Arts

Mary Isbell
English|ENGL 2590|Fall 2022

Syllabus and assignments for students enrolled in Dr. Isbell’s course ”Algorithms and the Arts”

ENG 1101: Writing Politics

ENG 1101: Writing Politics

Professor Faculty
English|ENG 1101|Fall 2022

This course will explore political writing through close readings of essential texts and…

Example Perennial Course

Mary Isbell
English

Build it once and then it’s just weeding and updating!

Basic Course Template

Mary Isbell
English

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ENG 1203: Writing Public Policy

Professor Faculty
English|ENG 1101|Fall 2023

This course will explore political writing through close readings of essential texts and…

Representations of ”the Criminal”

Lauren Boasso
English|Spring 2023

In this course, students will examine how representations of “the criminal” in literature and visual culture are constructed and circulated for a variety of purposes. We will look closely at the ways ins […]