Humanities Institute

Difficult Dialogues Courses (by Area)


Cultural Heritage and Representation

UGS 303: Participatory Democracy (Fall 2016)
Patricia Wilson

UGS 303: Cultural Identities and Differences (Fall 2016, Spring 2016, Fall 2017)
Pauline Strong

UGS 303: Visualizing Cuba (Fall 2016, Fall 2015)
César Salgado

Advanced Difficult Dialogues: Representing Africa (Spring 2012)
Tola Mosadomi

UGS 303: The Parthenon Throughout the Ages (Fall 2011)
Athanasio Papalexandrou

Gender and Sexuality

UGS 303: War and Sexual Violence (Spring 2017, Spring 2016)
Pascale Bos

UGS 303: Gender and Slavery (Spring 2016)
Juliet Hooker

UGS 303: Sexuality and Human Rights (Fall 2015)
Peter Rehberg

UGS 303: Media, Gender Development, and Human Rights (Fall 2013)
Rebecca Bigler

UGS 303: Gender in the Contemporary Muslim World (Fall 2013)
Sofian Merabet

UGS 303: Gender, Migration, and Rights (Fall 2013)
Naomi Paik

UGS 303: African-American Women and the Struggle for Political Incorporation (Fall 2013)
Tash Philpot

UGS 303 Difficult Dialogues: Gender and Racial Attitudes (Fall 2010)
Rebecca Bigler

UGS 303 Difficult Dialogues: Islam and Sexuality (Fall 2012, Fall 2011, Fall 2010)
Faegheh Shirazi

Advanced Difficult Dialogues: Religion and Sexuality (Spring 2010)
Ann Cvetkovich

Health

UGS 303: The Doctor, the Patient, the Society, the Culture (Spring 2017)
Stephen Sonnenberg

UGS 303: The Doctor-Patient Relationship (Fall 2016)
Stephen Sonnenberg

UGS 302: HIV-AIDS (Fall 2015)
Shannon Cavanagh

UGS 303: HIV-AIDS (Fall 2013, Fall 2012, Spring 2012, Spring 2011, Spring 2010)
Shannon Cavanagh

UGS 302: Living with Dying (Spring 2013, Fall 2011)
Barbara Jones

UGS 303: Suicides in Japan, the Literal and the Literary (Fall 2011)
Kirsten C. Fischer

Human Rights and Ethics

UGS 303: Feminicides and Human Rights Activism in Mexico and Central America (Spring 2014)
Héctor Domínguez Ruvalcaba

UGS 303: Media, Gender Development, and Human Rights (Fall 2013)
Rebecca Bigler

UGS 302: International Development and Human Rights in African History (Spring 2013)
Rarumisai Charumbira

Advanced Difficult Dialogues: The War on Drugs (Fall 2012)
John Hoberman

UGS 303: The Art of Human Rights (Spring 2011) 
Luis Carcamo-Huechante

Advanced Difficult Dialogues: Business, Ethics, and Commercial Life (Spring 2011)
Kathleen Higgins 

Immigration and Cultural Pluralism

UGS 303: Immigrants as Aliens (Fall 2016, Fall 2017)
Suzanne Serrif

UGS 303: Visualizing Cuba (Fall 2015)
Cesar Salgado

UGS 303: Gender, Migration, and Rights (Fall 2013)
Naomi Paik

UGS 302: Immigration and Community Engagement (Fall 2013, Fall 2012, Fall 2011, Fall 2010)
Suzanne Seriff

UGS 303: Immigration and the Changing Face of America (Fall 2010)
Neil Foley

UGS 303: Immigration and Cultural Pluralism (Fall 2009)
Suzanne Seriff

Race and Ethnicity

UGS 302: Black Women and Politics (Spring 2017)
Tasha Philpot

UGS 303: Cultural Identities and Differences (Fall 2014, Fall 2015, Fall 2017)
Pauline Strong

UGS 303: Race and Policy in the U.S. (Spring 2014, Spring 2013, Spring 2012, Spring 2011, Spring 2010, Spring 2009)
Rob Crosnoe

UGS 303: Talking About Race Through Performance (Spring 2013, Fall 2011)
Omi Osun Joni Jones and Charlotte Canning

UGS 303: Gender and Racial Attitudes (Fall 2010)
Rebecca Bigler

UGS 303: Race and Policy (Fall 2007, Fall 2006)
Bob Hummer

UGS 303: Gender in the Contemporary Muslim World
Sofian Merabet

Religion in Society

UGS 303: Science and the Bible (Kenneth Diller)

UGS 303: Science and Religion (Fall 2016, Fall 2010, Fall 2009) 
Chris Bell

UGS 303s: Islam and Sexuality (Fall 2012, Fall 2011, Fall 2010)
Faegheh Shirazi

TC 302 Plan II Difficult Dialogues Freshman Seminar: The Evolution/Creation Debate in America (Fall 2010)
Steven Friesen and Denné Reed

Advanced Difficult Dialogues: Religion and Sexuality (Spring 2010, Spring 2009, Fall 2007, Fall 2006)
Ann Cvetkovich

UGS 303 Islam in America (Spring 2009, Spring 2008, Spring 2007)
Denise Spellberg

UGS 303: Church and State (Spring 2008, Spring 2007)
H.W. Perry

Sustainability

UGS 302: Framing Sustainability (Spring 2014, Spring 2013)
Gloria Lee</p


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