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Primary Texts Certificate

Prof. Laurie M. Johnson
Director, Primary Texts Certificate
c/o Department of Political Science
214 Calvin Hall
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506

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Spring 2019 Course List

Unless otherwise noted, students do not need permission from the director of the Primary Texts program to enroll in these courses. However, students who want to take these courses for credit in the Primary Texts program should notify Prof. Laurie Johnson, Director, at lauriej@ksu.edu, to receive credit in the program. Students new to the program will need to make an appointment with Dr. Johnson to discuss requirements, including how they will fulfill the essay requirement.

The list of classes below includes all of the courses offered in the Spring 2019 semester for which students may receive credit in the Primary Texts Certificate.

* Denotes classes that fulfills a University General Education requirement

† Denotes an independent study class. You should meet with your advisor and Dr. Johnson to see if your independent study meets the Primary Texts Certificate Program requirements

Art

Art 695            15795              Top/ Art History Indep. Study             Appointment               Brown  †

 

Communication Studies

Comm 330       12570              Rhetoric in Western Thought              MWF 2:30-3:20PM      Woods  *

          Aesthetic Interpretation

          Historical Perspectives

Comm 425       17569              Theories of Organizational Communication TU 1:05-2:20PM          Paul  *

          Historical Perspectives

          Social Sciences

 

English

All English Literature courses are approved, with the following exclusions:
English 100-229; 300, 400, 415, 417, 430, 435, 461, 463, 465, 469, 476, 485, 490, 510, 516, 562/662, 604, 661, 663, 665, 685, 700, 759, 761, 762, 763, and 771

 

Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies

GWSS 410       14543              Feminist Thought        TU 2:30-3:45 PM         Weaver  *

          Ethical Reasoning and Responsibility

          Historical Perspectives 

Geography

Geog 490         11483              Top/ Vary by Student              Appointment               Martin  †

Geog 490         16797              Top/ Europe: Landscape and Society             TU 9:30-10:45AM        Temme

Geog 600         15918              Mountain Geography             TU 2:30-3:45 PM         Joslin  *

          Natural and Physical Sciences

          Social Sciences

Geog 602         13125              Computer Mapping and Geographic Visualization    TU 10:30-11:20AM      Hutchinson

 

History

Hist 101           13985              Western Civilization: Rise of Europe              MWF 11:30-12:20PM  Highsmith  *

          Global Issues and Perspectives

          Historical Perspectives

Hist 101           17841              Western Civilization: Rise of Europe              Distance          Frey  *

          Global Issues and Perspectives

          Historical Perspectives

Hist 102           13984              Western Civilization: The Moden Era             TU 11:30-12:45 PM     Brandom  *

          Global Issues and Perspectives

          Historical Perspectives

Hist 556           15681              Bill of Rights in American History       TU 1:05-2:20 PM         William  *

          Ethical Reasoning and Responsibility

          Historical Perspectives

Hist 566           17693              History and Culture of Rome              TU 2:30-3:45 PM         McCloskey  *

          Global Issues and Perspectives

          Historical Perspectives          

Hist 573           16585              20th Century Europe             TU 1:05-2:20 PM        Brandom

Hist 586           13612              Advanced Seminar in History              T 12:20-3:20 PM        Breen

Hist 586           13613              Advanced Seminar in History             W 12:30-3:20 PM        Defries

Hist 598           15970              Top/ 20thC Islamic Idea: M East          TU 11:30-12:45 PM     Oweidat  *

          Global Issues and Perspectives

          Historical Perspectives

 

Management

Mangt 421       11822              Intro. To Operations Management    MWF 12:30-1:20PM    Minick  *

          Empirical and Quantitative Reasoning 

Mangt 421       11823              Intro. To Operations Management    MWF 1:30-2:20PM      Minick  *

          Empirical and Quantitative Reasoning 

Mangt 421       14072              Intro. To Operations Management    MWF 2:30-3:20PM      Minick  *

          Empirical and Quantitative Reasoning 

Mangt 541       16064              Management of Quality         TU 3:55-5:10   Minick  *

          Empirical and Quantitative Reasoning 

          Ethical Reasoning and Responsibility           

 

Mathematics

Math 570        11982              History of Mathematics          MWF 8:30-9:20AM     Volok  *

          Historical Perspectives

 

Modern Languages

Chinese 502    16659              Chinese 6        MTWU 12:30-1:20PM             Wang  *

         Aesthetic Interpretation

         Global Issues and Perspectives

Chinse 599      13882              Special Studies in Chinese      Appointment   Yang  †

         Aesthetic Interpretation

         Global Issues and Perspectives

Fren 520          11397              Introduction to French Lit       MWF 1:30-2:20PM      Antonioli  *

         Aesthetic Interpretation    

         Historical Perspectives

Fren 710          16661              16th C French Literature          TU 3:55-5:10PM          Courbou

Fren 715          16666              Realist French Literature        TU 2:30-3:45PM          Courbou

Grmn 522        11563              Intro. Topic in Grmn Lit. and Cult. 20th/ 21st Century      MW 1:05-2:20PM       Hillard  *

         Aesthetic Interpretation    

         Historical Perspectives

Grmn 729        15896              Top/War and Gender              TU 3:55-5:10PM          Bilkic

Span 550         12528              Introduction to Literature in Spanish             MWF 11:30-12:20PM              Bender  *

         Aesthetic Interpretation    

         Historical Perspectives

Span 550         13977              Introduction to Literature in Spanish             MWF 12:30-1:20PM                Bender  *

         Aesthetic Interpretation    

         Historical Perspectives

Span 550         17825              Introduction to Literature in Spanish             TU 11:30-12:45PM      Staff  *

         Aesthetic Interpretation    

         Historical Perspectives

Span 568         12530              Literature of Spanish American          TU 9:30-10:45AM        Depaoli  *

         Aesthetic Interpretation    

         Historical Perspectives

Span 757         12531              Advanced Spanish Translation            MWF 1:30-2:20PM      Courbou

 

Philosophy

All philosophy courses are approved, with the following exclusions:

Philosophy 305, 320, 365, 385, 390, and 510, no matter the instructor

 

Physics

Phys 101          12280              The Physical World     MWF 9:30-10:20AM   Ben-Itzhak  *

         Empirical and Quantitative Reasoning

         Natural and Physical Sciences

Phys 400          12339              Top/ Further Physics   W 3:30-5:20PM           DePaola  †

         Empirical and Quantitative Reasoning

 

Political Science

PolSc 301         12395              Intro. To Political Thought      TU 2:30-3:45PM          Warner  *

         Ethical Reasoning and Responsibility

         Social Sciences

PolSc 524         16978              Policital Islam              Distance          Ciftci  *

         Global Issues and Perspectives

         Historical Perspectives

PolSc 543         16727              American Foreign Policy         TU 2:30-3:45 PM         Flynn  *

         Historical Perspectives

         Social Sciences         

PolSc 607         16729              Administrative Law     MWF 10:30-11:20 AM            Fliter Jr  *

         Historical Perspectives

         Social Sciences

PolSc 607         17009              Administrative Law     Distance                                  Fliter Jr  *

         Historical Perspectives

         Social Sciences

PolSc 615         12399              The Constitution, Civil Rights, and Civil Liberties    MWF 1:30-2:20PM   Fliter Jr  *

         Human Diversity within the US

         Social Sciences

PolSc 643         16736              Global Human Rights  MWF 12:30-1:20 PM              Kiyani  *

         Global Issues and Perspectives

         Social Sciences

PolSc 661         16232              Ancient and Medieval Political Thought         MWF 11:30-12:20PM  Johnson  *

         Ethical Reasoning and Responsibility

         Social Sciences

PolSc 671         16732              Late Modern Political Thought           TU 9:30-10:45AM        Warner  *

         Ethical Reasoning and Responsibility

         Social Sciences

 

Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work

Anth 612         17746              Ethnohistory                MWF 9:30-10:20AM               Ritterbush  *

         Historical Perspectives

         Social Sciences

Socio 431         12478              Comparative Social Theories              MWF 11:30-12:20 PM            Middendorf  *