Interdisciplinary Honors Seminars

major minor electives graphicInterdisciplinary Honors Seminars are offered through the Honors Program. They are open to all New Brunswick/Piscataway Honors Program members in all class years, but are generally designed for first-year and second-year students. Faculty from throughout the New Brunswick campuses are invited to offer an Honors Seminar, an opportunity to think about complex problems and issues across disciplinary boundaries or outside of traditional disciplinary trajectories. For the faculty, the seminars are often a springboard for their own research or for course development. Through Honors Seminars, faculty also recruit promising undergraduates to join them on collaborative research projects. Honors Seminars have an enrollment of no more than fifteen students, and involve extensive written work and readings, discussion, independent work, and often include research as well as field work opportunities.  Interdisciplinary Seminars offered under 01:090:292, 01:090:293, 01:090:294, 01:090:295, 01:090:296, and 01:090:297 can be used to meet the SAS Core Curriculum goals in Writing and Communication [WCd].

Spring 2019 Interdisciplinary Honors Seminars

To preserve the small class size, no special permission numbers will be issued for Interdisciplinary Honors Seminars for Spring 2019.

A(t) Home in the World?

01:090:297:H1 Index# 09756

Professor Paul Blaney (English)

W 2:50-5:50

UC 302 (College Ave Campus)

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Addiction: Epidemic, Devastation, Loss

01:090:296:H4 Index# 19532

Professor Patricia Roos (Sociology)

T 9:50-12:50

HC N106 (College Ave Campus)

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Animal Spirits

01:090:292:H2 Index# 09761

Prof. Nicola Behrmann (German)

M/Th 9:50-11:10

HC S124 (College Avenue Campus)

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Between Nazism and Communism

01:090:297:H4 Index# 19123

Professor Nancy Sinkoff (Jewish Studies, History)

T/Th 4:30-5:50

HC S126 (College Ave Campus)

*Study Abroad embedded trip May 20-29

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Capitalism, Socialism, and Democracy

01:090:294:H4 Index# 12132

Professor William Field (Political Science)

M/W 1:10-2:30

AB 1100 (College Ave Campus)

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01:090:296:H3 Index# 09760

Professor Sungchul Ji (Pharmacology and Toxicology)

T/Th 12:00-1:20

LSH A215 (Livingston Campus)

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Digital Technology and Disruptive Change

01:090:292:H1 Index# 09751

Professor Mary Chayko (Communication and Information)

Th 11:30-2:30

HC E128 (College Ave Campus)

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Genes and Evolution

01:090:296:H6 Index# 21208

Professor Frank Deis

M/W 1:40-3

ARC 203 (Busch Campus)

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Graphic Novels & Psychoanalysis: Alison Bechdel & D. W. Winnicott

01:090:292:H5 Index# 19106

Professor Martin Gliserman (English)

T/Th 1:10-2:30

HC S126 (College Ave Campus)

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Historical Archaeology of Slavery

01:090:295:H6 Index# 12969

Professor Carmel Schrire (Anthropology)

Th 2:15-5:15

Biological Sciences Building, Room 206 (Douglass Campus)

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Humanimals in Middle Eastern and North African Literature

01:090:295:H2 Index# 19120

Professor Yasmine Khayyat (African, Middle Eastern, and South Asian Languages and Literatures)

T/Th 1:10-2:30

Brett Hall Seminar Room

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Intimate Matters: Sex & Marriage in Global Perspective

01:090:293:H2 Index# 19116

Professor Chie Ikeya (History, South Asian Studies)

W 1:10-4:10

HC E128 (College Ave Campus)

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Investigating and Documenting Hidden Landscapes of Slavery

01:090:297:H5 Index# 19533

Professor Amber Wiley (Art History)

T/F 9:50-11:10

MU 115 (College Ave Campus)

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Jung for the 21st Century

01:090:293:H1 Index# 09752

Professor Steven F. Walker (Comparative Literature)

T 9:50-12:50

HC S126 (College Ave Campus)

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Language and Linguistic Theories

Languages and Linguistic Theories

01:090:294:H6 Index# 21443

Professor Alexander Pichugin (German)

T 11:30-2:30

HH A4 (College Ave Campus)

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Medieval Cluny, Christendom & Islam

01:090:297:H2 Index# 09757

Professor Reinert (History)

Th 11:30-2:30

HC S124 (College Ave Campus)

*Study Abroad embedded trip May 20-June 1

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Molecular View of Human Anatomy: Molecular Mechanisms of Antibiotic Action and Resistance

01:090:297:H3 Index# 09758

Professors Shuchismita Dutta (Biology and Bioinformatics) and Stephen K Burley (Chemistry and Chemical Biology)

M 10:20-1.20

CIP 126 (Busch Campus)

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Neurobiology of Addiction

01:090:296:H2 Index# 09759

Professor Mark West (Psychology)

M/Th  10:20-11:40

ARC 203 (Busch Campus)

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Popes and the City of Rome, 1500-Present

01:090:295:H5 Index# 20169
Professor T. Corey Brennan (Classics)
T-Th 1:10-2:30
HC N106 (College Ave Campus)

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Quantitative Research: A Hands-On Preparation

01:090:293:H5 Index# 19111

Prof. Nuria Sagarra (Spanish-Portuguese)                                                                                                                                                          

M 11:30-2:30

HC E128 (College Ave Campus)

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Race, Culture, and Colorblindness

01:090:292:H3 Index# 12131

Professor St├ęphane Robolin (English)

T/Th 11:30-12:50

Brett Seminar Room (College Ave Campus)

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Talk Science to Me

01:090:295:H1 Index# 11035

Professor Lauren Neitzke Adamo

T 1:10-4:10

HC S124 (College Ave Campus)

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The American City as Racial Laboratory: Experiments from New Orleans to San Francisco

01:090:294:H3 Index# 09778

Professor Christien Tompkins

M 2:15-5:15

Hck 132 (Cook/Douglass Campus)

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The Direction of Time

01:090:294:H5 Index# 19002

Professor Jill North

F 9:50-12:50

Gateway Building Rm 524B - Philosophy Dept (College Ave Campus)

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The Ghost in the Machine: AI, Ethics, and Personhood

01:090:297:H6 Index# 21444
Professor Aaron Rabinowitz
M/W 2:50-4:10
Voorhees Hall 104 (College Ave)

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The Many Lives of Moby-Dick: "Not only ubiquitous, but immortal"

01:090:296:H5 Index# 14196

Professor Paul Gilmore

M/Th 11:30-12:50

HC N106 (College Ave Campus)

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The Problem of Evil in Philosophy and Popular Culture

01:090:292:H4 Index# 11037

Professor Edward McCrossin

T 9:50-12:50

SC 215 (College Ave Campus)

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Third Millennium Freud: Cutting Edge or Chopping Block?

01:090:295:H3 Index# 09965

Professor Jerry Flieger (French, Comparative Literature, and Women's Studies)

T/F 11:30-12:50 - Please note time change from original schedule

HC E128 (College Ave Campus)

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Three Minutes after the Big Bang

01:090:294:H1 Index# 09754

Professor Sevil Salur

W 10:20-1:20

SEC 203 (Busch Campus)

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Walking in the Metropolis

01:090:293:H3 Index# 09753

Professor Andrea Baldi

T 9:50-12:50

HC S124 (College Ave Campus)

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When God Came to the City: Urban Life and the Transformation of Religion

01:090:294:H2 Index# 09755

Professor Hilit Surowitz-Israel

M/Th 12:35-1:55

RAB 209A (Cook/Douglass Campus)

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Why Do States Fight?

01:090:295:H4 Index# 19121
Professor Jack S. Levy
T 2:50-5:50
HC E128 (College Ave Campus)

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