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Summer 2016 Class Schedule

College of Arts & Sciences

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  • Note these abbreviations for the days of the week: M-Monday, T-Tuesday, W-Wednesday, R-Thursday, F-Friday, S-Saturday, U-Sunday
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  • Classes that do not have a standard meeting pattern are listed with "ARR."


History

Course Title of Course Credit Ref. No. Section Day Hour Bldg. Room Instructor Consent Required Seats Remaining Status
101 U.S. History To 1877 3.0 31481 LEC 0001 ARR ARR INTERNET Osborn,Matthew Warne No 1 OPEN
Class is taught via the Internet. Go to http://blackboard.umkc.edu/ and log-in with your SSO for complete class information. For help using this resource, contact the Call Center at 816-235-2000.Four Week - First
101 U.S. History To 1877 3.0 33066 LEC 0002 ARR ARR INTERNET Osborn,Matthew Warne No 5 OPEN
Class is taught via the Internet. Go to http://blackboard.umkc.edu/ and log-in with your SSO for complete class information. For help using this resource, contact the Call Center at 816-235-2000.Four Week - Second
102 U.S. History Since 1877 3.0 30676 LEC 0001 ARR ARR INTERNET Davis,Rebecca Miller No 4 OPEN
Class is taught via the Internet. Go to http://blackboard.umkc.edu/ and log-in with your SSO for complete class information. For help using this resource, contact the Call Center at 816-235-2000.Four Week - First
102 U.S. History Since 1877 3.0 33061 LEC 0002 ARR ARR INTERNET Davis,Rebecca Miller No 1 OPEN
Class is taught via the Internet. Go to http://blackboard.umkc.edu/ and log-in with your SSO for complete class information. For help using this resource, contact the Call Center at 816-235-2000.Four Week - Second
208 World History since 1450 3.0 31480 LEC 0001 MTWR 09:30A - 12:00P CH 00215 Freeman,David Fors No 23 OPEN
Four Week - First
300C Special Studies 3.0 33235 LEC 0001 MTWRF 09:30A - 1:15P CH 00104 Burke,Diane Louise M No 18 OPEN
Civil War in Memory and Film Note: This course explores how the era of the Civil War and Reconstruction has been portrayed in film, literature, and art, and if the popular memory of the war accurately reflects the history. We also will discuss how the understanding of this pivotal event in American History has changed over time and how cultural artifacts often say more about the time in which they were produced than the actual history of the Civil War. Note: This intersession course will only meet for the first two weeks of the session: May 16th – May 27th Intersession
Topics: Civil War in Memory & Film
300G Special Studies 3.0 33239 LEC 0001 ARR ARR INTERNET Forman-Brunell,Miria No 4 OPEN
Girls and Pop Culture Note: This course focuses on the history of teenage girls and American popular culture from the late nineteenth century to the present. We will examine the emergence of female adolescence as a social construct and the ambivalences generated by girls’ unremitting claims to autonomy and empowerment—in reality and representations. Class is taught via the Internet. Go to http://blackboard.umkc.edu/ and log-in with your SSO for complete class information. For help using this resource, contact the Call Center at 816-235-2000.Four Week - First
Topics: Girls and Pop Culture
300W Special Studies 3.0 33237 LEC 0001 MTWR 1:00P - 3:30P RH 00214 Herron,John Paul No 13 OPEN
American West in Film and Fiction Note: This course explores the American West through film and fiction. For more than four centuries, the West – the nation's most distinctive region – influenced American culture in deep and lasting ways. In this class, we will explore why. Using film and fiction, students will investigate the American West in myth and reality. Four Week - Second
Topics: Amer West in Film & Fiction
400B Special Studies 3.0 33310 LEC 0001 ARR ARR ARR Blanton,Virginia Yve No 14 OPEN
Special Note: This is a blended course, requiring both online and face-to-face engagement. Students will complete online learning modules and participate in online discussions May 16-27 and attend classes onsite at Conception Abbey (Conception, MO) and Mount St Scholastica (Atchison, KS) May 29-June 10. There are no prerequisites. In addition to course tuition, there will be fees for housing and food at the monasteries. Five Week - First
Topics: Monastic Worlds
497 Special Topics&Readings 1.0-6.0 31912 IND 0001 ARR ARR ARR Herron,John Paul Yes 4 OPEN
Regular Academic
497 Special Topics&Readings 1.0-6.0 31981 IND 0002 ARR ARR ARR Osborn,Matthew Warne Yes 5 OPEN
Regular Academic
5500BB Spec Top-Hist Grad Stdys 3.0 33309 LEC 0001 ARR ARR ARR Blanton,Virginia Yve No 15 OPEN
Special Note: This is a blended course, requiring both online and face-to-face engagement. Students will complete online learning modules and participate in online discussions May 16-27 and attend classes onsite at Conception Abbey (Conception, MO) and Mount St Scholastica (Atchison, KS) May 29-June 10. There are no prerequisites. In addition to course tuition, there will be fees for housing and food at the monasteries. Five Week - First
Topics: Monastic Worlds
5500C Spec Top Hist-Grad Stdys 3.0 33236 LEC 0001 MTWRF 09:30A - 1:15P CH 00104 Burke,Diane Louise M No 3 OPEN
Civil War in Memory and Film Note: This course explores how the era of the Civil War and Reconstruction has been portrayed in film, literature, and art, and if the popular memory of the war accurately reflects the history. We also will discuss how the understanding of this pivotal event in American History has changed over time and how cultural artifacts often say more about the time in which they were produced than the actual history of the Civil War. Note: This intersession course will only meet for the first two weeks of the session: May 16th – May 27th Intersession
Topics: Civil War in Memory & Film
5500G Spce Top-Hist Grad Stdys 3.0 33240 LEC 0001 ARR ARR INTERNET Forman-Brunell,Miria No 2 OPEN
Girls and Pop Culture Note: This course focuses on the history of teenage girls and American popular culture from the late nineteenth century to the present. We will examine the emergence of female adolescence as a social construct and the ambivalences generated by girls’ unremitting claims to autonomy and empowerment—in reality and representations. Class is taught via the Internet. Go to http://blackboard.umkc.edu/ and log-in with your SSO for complete class information. For help using this resource, contact the Call Center at 816-235-2000.Four Week - First
Topics: Girls and Pop Culture
5500W Spec Top-Hist Grad Stdys 3.0 33238 LEC 0001 MTWR 1:00P - 3:30P RH 00214 Herron,John Paul No 3 OPEN
American West in Film and Fiction Note: This course explores the American West through film and fiction. For more than four centuries, the West – the nation's most distinctive region – influenced American culture in deep and lasting ways. In this class, we will explore why. Using film and fiction, students will investigate the American West in myth and reality. Four Week - Second
Topics: Amer West in Film & Fiction
5592B Public History Internshi 1.0-3.0 33558 LEC 0001 ARR ARR ARR Cantwell,Christopher Yes 4 OPEN
Regular Academic
5597 Nonthesis Research Rdng 1.0-6.0 32644 IND 0001 ARR ARR ARR Mitchell,Linda E Yes 5 OPEN
Regular Academic
5597 Nonthesis Research Rdng 1.0-6.0 32645 IND 0002 ARR ARR ARR Burke,Diane Louise M Yes 5 OPEN
Regular Academic
5597 Nonthesis Research Rdng 1.0-6.0 32646 IND 0003 ARR ARR ARR Forman-Brunell,Miria Yes 5 OPEN
Regular Academic
5597 Nonthesis Research Rdng 1.0-6.0 32647 IND 0004 ARR ARR ARR Cline,Shelly Marie Yes 5 OPEN
Regular Academic
5597 Nonthesis Research Rdng 1.0-6.0 32648 IND 0005 ARR ARR ARR Herron,John Paul Yes 4 OPEN
Four Week - Second
5599R Thesis 1.0-6.0 31991 IND 0001 ARR ARR ARR Cline,Shelly Marie Yes 5 OPEN
Regular Academic
5599R Thesis 1.0-6.0 32123 IND 0002 ARR ARR ARR Yes 5 OPEN
Regular Academic
5697 Doctor-Lev Indep Reading 1.0-6.0 32295 IND 0002 ARR ARR ARR Burke,Diane Louise M Yes 4 OPEN
Regular Academic
5899 Required Grad Enrollment 1.0 32128 IND 0001 ARR ARR ARR Mitchell,Linda E Yes 10 OPEN
Regular Academic