Spring 2013 Courses Offer Students Opportunity to Engage with the City


The Chicago Studies Program invites you to learn more about your city this quarter by registering for one of the Spring 2013 courses that connect to Chicago:

• Intensive Study of a Culture: Chicago Blues
• The Practice of Anthropology: Ethnographic Methods
• Introduction to Science and Technologies Studies
• Anthropology of Museums II
• Nineteenth-Century Art in the Art Institute
• Natural History of North American Deserts: Field School
• Urban Economics
• Energy: Science, Technology, and Human Usage
• Integrative Research Seminar: Calumet
• Food Security and Agriculture
• Restoration Ecology
• Human Rights III: Contemporary Issues in Human Rights
• The Business of Non-Profit: The Evolving Social Sector
• Child Poverty and Chicago Schools
• Pursuing Social Justice in the City
• Urban Structure and Process
• Schools, Communities, and Urban School Reform

For a complete list of Chicago Studies Courses, check out the Interdisciplinary Opportunities on the College Catalog website.

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