Ways of Thinking: Aesthetics, History and Culture

ARTH 1010Art and its Histories3
ARTH 1080Masterpieces in Art3
ARTH 1090Global Masterpieces in Art3
ARTH 1500Life & Times of Michelangelo3
ARTH 1700The History of Animation3
ARTH 2140Islamic Art and Society3
ARTH 2150Saints in Art3
ARTH 2200Art in Rome3
ARTH 2420Christian Art3
ARTH 2450Art of Pilgrimage and Crusades3
ARTH 2500Early Renaissance Art in Italy3
ARTH 2510High Renaissance Art in Italy3
ARTH 2710American Art: WWII to the Present3
ARTH 3020Christian Art: Advanced3
ARTH 3450Art of Pilgrimage and Crusades: Advanced Studies3
ARTH 3500Early Renaissance Art in Italy: Advanced3
ARTH 3510High Renaissance Art Italy: Advanced3
ARTH 3710American Art: WWII to the Present: Advanced3
ARTH 3880History of Photography3
ASTD 1000Intro to American Culture: Movements, Myths, and Methods3
ASTD 2400Immigration in U.S. History and Culture0,3
ASTD 2500American Identities and Communities3
ASTD 2600American Places3
ASTD 2880Race and Citizenship in St. Louis History and Culture3
ASTD 3000American Decades3
ASTD 3030History and Fiction3
ASTD 3500Religion & American Culture3
CMM 3460International Cinema3
CMM 3840Analysis of Popular Culture3
CORE 3405Reading in a Distracted Age3
CORE 3415The Presence of the Past3
ENGL 2250Conflict, Social Justice and Literature3
ENGL 2350Faith, Doubt and Literature3
ENGL 2450Nature, Ecology & Literature3
ENGL 2550Gender, Identity & Literature3
ENGL 2650Technology, Media & Literature3
ENGL 2750Film, Culture and Literature3
ENGL 2850Nation, Identity and Literature3
ENGL 3140Poetry3
ENGL 3220Film and Literature3
ENGL 3240Reading the Female Bildungsroman3
ENGL 3250British Literary Traditions to 18003
ENGL 3260British Literary Traditions after 18003
ENGL 3270American Literary Traditions to 18653
ENGL 3280American Literatures after 18653
ENGL 3470Introduction to Shakespeare3
ENGL 3625The Sacramental Imagination: Modern American Catholicism in Literature, Rhetoric, and Film3
ENGL 3740Medicine and Literature3
FMST 1450Introduction to Film and Media: Form and Context3
GR 4500Courtly Love and Life Portrayed Through Medieval German Literature3
HCE 2090Bioethics in an Interdisciplinary Perspective3
HCE 3200Freaks and the Medical Body3
HCE 3240Bioethics after Auschwitz3
HCE 3250God in the Clinic? Exploring the Tension Between Spirituality and Health Care3
HIST 1120Origins of the Modern World (1500 to Present)3
HIST 1600History of the United States of America to 18653
HIST 1610History of the United States Since 18653
HIST 1700China and Japan To 1600: Histories, Cultures, Identities3
HIST 1710China and Japan Since 1600: Samurai, Revolutionaries, Entrepreneurs3
HIST 1730Who Were the Romans?3
HIST 3040From Barbarians to Crusaders: Europe in the Early Middle Ages3
HIST 3090The Age of Renaissance3
HIST 3120French Revolution and Napoleon, 1789-18153
HIST 3590American Women3
HIST 3720Cultural Encounters 1500-17003
MUSC 1150History of Jazz3
MUSC 1170Music of Cultures of the World3
MUSC 1180Music of the African Diaspora3
PHIL 4600History of Modern Philosophy3
SPAN 4200Introduction to Hispanic Literatures3
THEO 2320Seeking God and Building Faith in the Middle Ages3
THEO 3350Justice and Peace: The Legal Imagination in Christianity3
THEO 3375Women in the Bible3
THR 1500Introduction to Theatre3
THR 2700Exploring U.S. Diversity in Theatre3
WGST 2400Gender and Popular Culture3
WGST 2700Feminisms in the U.S.: Intersectional Approaches3
WGST 2800Men and Masculinities3
WGST 3350Women and Gender in Global Film3