General Education Seminar 130g:

Seminar in Social Analysis (4.0 units)

Individual and collective human action as it shapes and is shaped by economic organizations, political institutions, and broad social and cultural settings. (Satisfies GE-C, Social Analysis) Open only to Freshmen.
  • Restriction: Registration open to the following class level(s): Freshmen
  • General Education: This course satisfies the university's general education requirement.
Politics, Emotions and Language
35424D001Lecture9:30-10:50amTue, Thu17 of 18Nina EliasophWPH206session dates
Violence, Antiviolence and Social Justice
35425D001Lecture8:30-9:50amMon, Wed
17 of 17
Michael MessnerVKC111session dates
Archaeology in the Popular Imagination
35427D001Lecture9:30-10:50amTue, Thu
18 of 18
Kenneth SeligsonVKC254PDF (412133 KB)session dates
Californians and Water
35428D001Lecture9:30-10:50amTue, Thu17 of 18Sayd RandleLVL3Ysession dates
How Water Made Modern Los Angeles
35430D001Lecture11:00-12:20pmTue, Thu
19 of 19
Audra BardsleyVKC255PDF (133987 KB)session dates
Trojan Archaeology--The Archaeology of Us
35431D001Lecture11:00-12:20pmTue, Thu
18 of 18
Kenneth SeligsonVKC254PDF (371816 KB)session dates
Turkey--The Failure of a Democracy
35432D001Lecture12:30-1:50pmTue, Thu15 of 17Mehmet Birdal,
Veli N Yashin
VKC254session dates
Culture Detectives--Historical Archaeology in the Americas
35434D001Lecture3:30-4:50pmMon, Wed
19 of 19
Tracie MayfieldVKC254session dates
How Water Made Modern Los Angeles
35435D001Lecture2:00-3:20pmTue, Thu
19 of 19
Audra BardsleyVKC254PDF (133789 KB)session dates
Language, Race and Identity in the United States Today
35437D001Lecture3:30-4:50pmMon, Wed18 of 19Sarah BenorLVL3Ysession dates
Early Gay History in L.A.
35438D001Lecture3:30-4:50pmTue, Thu
15 of 15
Joseph HawkinsVKC254session dates
Music and Class in American Society
35439D001Lecture3:30-4:50pmTue, Thu
19 of 19
Daniela LevyTHH205session dates
Food--Then and Now
35440D001Lecture5:00-6:20pmTue, Thu17 of 19Jessica KanoskiVKC202session dates
Information accurate as of October 9, 2019 8:14 am.
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