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General Studies

Certain courses focus on areas that are not usually covered in the Bryn Mawr curriculum and provide a supplement to the areas more regularly covered; these are called general studies courses and are listed in the Tri-Co Course Guide under this heading. Courses that cut across a number of disciplines and emphasize relationships among them are cross-listed and described under the departments that sponsor them.

Many general studies courses are open, without prerequisite, to all students. With the permission of the major department, they may be taken for major credit.

GNST B101 African Civilizations: An Interdisciplinary Introduction to Africana Studies

The required course introduces students to African societies, cultures and political economies with an emphasis on change and response among African people in Africa and outside. (Hucks, staff, Division I)

GNST B103 Introduction to Swahili Language and Culture I

(Mshomba, Division I or III)

GNST B104 Learning Foreign Languages

Not offered in 2005-06.

GNST B105 Introduction to Swahili Language and Culture II

(Mshomba, Division I or III)

GNST B112 The Great Questions of Russian Literature

(Allen, Division III)

GNST B155 Islamic Civilization, A Literary Introduction

(Kim, Division III; cross-listed as COML B155)

GNST B213 Introduction to Mathematical Logic

(Weaver, Division II; cross-listed as PHIL B213)

GNST B215 Introduction to Set Theory: Cardinals and Ordinals

Study of the theory of cardinal and ordinal numbers in the context of Gödel-Bernays-von Neumann set theory. Topics include equivalents of the axiom of choice and basic results in infinite combinatorics. Prerequisites: Philosophy 103 and Mathematics 231. (Weaver, Division II and Quantitative Skills) Not offered in 2005-06.

GNST B225 Healing, Harming and Humanism

Not offered in 2005-06.

GNST B239 Introduction to Linguistics

(Raimy, Division I) Not offered in 2005-06.

GNST B265 The Islamic Literary Tradition

(Kim, Division III; cross-listed as COML B265)

GNST B290 Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Gender and Sexuality

This course explores the variety of ways in which we "do" sex and gender, by looking at the inevitability of our making categories, play as a way of unsettling them and politics as a way of making them useful, as we put them into action in the world. (Dalke, Patico) Alternates between Bryn Mawr and Haverford; 2005-06 at Bryn Mawr.

GNST B303 Advanced Mathematical Logic

(Weaver; cross-listed as PHIL B303)

 
     
 
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