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Archive: November 2014


Seats are still available for the spring 2015 semester in a number of newly designated  ICC courses.

ICC Identities Theme:
ARTH28300  American Visual Culture: 1690-1960 (CA)
ENGL21900 Shakespeare (HM)
THEA19601 The Others: Class, Race, and Gender in Drama and Performance (CA, HM)

ICC Inquiry, Imagination, and Innovation Theme:
ENGL21900 Shakespeare (HM)

ICC Power and Justice Theme:
THEA19601 The Others: Class, Race, and Gender in Drama and Performance (CA, HM)

ICC Capstone:
MGMT42100 Strategic Management

To register or obtain full course information, go to HomerConnect.

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THEA 19600 U.S. Social Activist Theatre and Performance


Themes: Power and Justice
Perspectives: Creative Arts

Theatre scholars and practitioners alike are engaged by questions of how politics and performance combine to produce...

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Students who wish to use study abroad coursework credit to fulfill requirements of the ICC may submit a petition to the ICC. Please go to the following website /icc/resourcestudents/studyabroad/ for further information and to find the petition form. Students who wish to talk about how their study abroad...

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Click here for a list of ICC courses being taught in the spring 2015 semester for each theme/perspective, diversity, quantitative literacy, and writing intensive designation. Updates will be made as new courses are approved until the first day of classes.

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