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THIS IS AN EXPLORATION OF THE PRINCIPLES AND ELEMENTS OF THEATRICAL DESIGN WITH AN EMPHSIS ON SCENERY DESIGN AND PAINTING. STUDENTS WILL COMPLETE DESIGN PROJECTS, BUILD MODELS AND WORK WITH PAINT ELEVATIONS. STUDENTS ARE NOT PERMITTED TO ENROLL IN 300- OR 400-LEVEL COURSES UNTIL THEY HAVE COMPLETED MA085 LEVEL II OR MA 084B OR ANY HIGHER LEVEL MATH COURSE
THIS COURSE PROVIDES AN INTRODUCTION TO THE CRAFT OF PLAYWRITING. STUDENT WORK CONSISTS OF DEVELOPING THE FUNDAMENTALS OF WRITING FOR THE STAGE, PLAYWRITING STRUCTURE, CREATING CHARACTERS, AND WRITING DIALOGUE. COURSEWORK INCLUDES IN-CLASS WRITING, REGULAR WRITING ASSIGNMENTS, AND THE READING OF PLAYS. PREREQUISITES: TH 101 OR TH 102 OR EN 311 OR EN 411 OR CONSENT OF INSTRUCTOR.
This course provides an introduction to basic concepts and key issues in women and gender studies, utilizing a life-span approach. Topics include gender socialization and identity formation, sexuality, cultural representations, gender relations, family, work, class stratification, violence, and oppression, as well as racial and cultural diversity.
This is a comparative study of family relationships with special attention given to the social and cultural aspects of the family, mate selection, marriage adjustment, parental roles, and family stability. Prerequisites: SO101 or consent of instructor.
THIS COURSE OFFERS A STUDY OF WOMEN THROUGH FEMINSIT SCHOLARSHIP AND RESEARCH. IT IS DESIGNED TO INTRODUCE STUDENTS TO THE MYRIAD FACTORS INFLUENCING THE DEVELOPMENT OF GIRLS AND WOMEN IN A VARIETY OF CULTURES AND SOCIETIES, INCLUDING MICRONESIA. AREAS COVERED INCLUDE FEMINIST SCHOLARSHIP AND RESEARCH; GENDER SOCIALIZATION, WOMEN'S BIOLOGY AND (MENTAL) HEALTH; SEXUALITY; VICTIMIZATION AND ABUSE; WORK, CAREER, AND POWER ISSUES. PREREQUISITES: PY101
THIS COURSE ENTAILS AN INTENSIVE STUDY OF REPRESENTATIVE WORKS OF PACIFIC WOMEN WRITERS TO ACQUAINT STUDENTS WITH THE CONTOURS OF THIS EMERGING LITERATURE IN TERMS OF STYLES, THEMES, SYMBOLS, IMAGES, LANGUAGE, POLITICS, AND SUBJECT. STUDENTS WILL GAIN AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE PLACE OF THIS LITERATURE IN THE LARGER CONTEXT OF PACIFIC LITERATURE, WOMEN'S LITERATURE, MINORITY LITERATURE, AND CONTEMPORARY LITERATURES IN ENGLISH. PREREQUISITE: EN111; ANY 200 LEVEL LITERATURE COURSE OR CONSENT OF INSTRUCTOR. STUDENTS ARE NOT PERMITTED TO ENROLL IN 300- OR 400-LEVEL COURSES UNTIL THEY HAVE COMPLETED MA085 LEVEL II OR MA 084B OR ANY HIGHER LEVEL MATH COURSE