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ACWR 106 / ACADEMIC WRITING FOR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: TUES THURSHours: 13:00-14:10Prerequisites: ACWR. 101

Building on skills developed in ACWR 101, ACWR 106 presents more advanced reading and writing tasks while introducing students to the types of writing, research, and analysis used in scientific disciplines. Prerequisite: ACWR. 101

ACWR 106 / ACADEMIC WRITING FOR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: MON WEDHours: 13:00-14:10Prerequisites: ACWR. 101

Building on skills developed in ACWR 101, ACWR 106 presents more advanced reading and writing tasks while introducing students to the types of writing, research, and analysis used in scientific disciplines. Prerequisite: ACWR. 101

ACWR 106 / ACADEMIC WRITING FOR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: MON WEDHours: 11:30-12:40Prerequisites: ACWR. 101

Building on skills developed in ACWR 101, ACWR 106 presents more advanced reading and writing tasks while introducing students to the types of writing, research, and analysis used in scientific disciplines. Prerequisite: ACWR. 101

ACWR 106 / ACADEMIC WRITING FOR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: MON WEDHours: 10:00-11:10Prerequisites: ACWR. 101

Building on skills developed in ACWR 101, ACWR 106 presents more advanced reading and writing tasks while introducing students to the types of writing, research, and analysis used in scientific disciplines. Prerequisite: ACWR. 101

ACWR 106 / ACADEMIC WRITING FOR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: MON WEDHours: 11:30-12:40Prerequisites: ACWR. 101

Building on skills developed in ACWR 101, ACWR 106 presents more advanced reading and writing tasks while introducing students to the types of writing, research, and analysis used in scientific disciplines. Prerequisite: ACWR. 101

ACWR 107 / LEGAL WRITING
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: TUES THURSHours: 10:00-11:10Prerequisites: ACWR. 101

Building on skills developed in ACWR 101, ACWR 107 presents more advanced reading and writing tasks while introducing students to the types of writing, research, and analysis used by practicing lawyers and researchers. Prerequisite: ACWR. 101

ACWR 107 / LEGAL WRITING
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: TUES THURSHours: 08:30-09:40Prerequisites: ACWR. 101

Building on skills developed in ACWR 101, ACWR 107 presents more advanced reading and writing tasks while introducing students to the types of writing, research, and analysis used by practicing lawyers and researchers. Prerequisite: ACWR. 101

ACWR 107 / LEGAL WRITING
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: TUES THURSHours: 16:00-17:10Prerequisites: ACWR. 101

Building on skills developed in ACWR 101, ACWR 107 presents more advanced reading and writing tasks while introducing students to the types of writing, research, and analysis used by practicing lawyers and researchers. Prerequisite: ACWR. 101

ACWR 107 / LEGAL WRITING
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: TUES THURSHours: 14:30-15:40Prerequisites: ACWR. 101

Building on skills developed in ACWR 101, ACWR 107 presents more advanced reading and writing tasks while introducing students to the types of writing, research, and analysis used by practicing lawyers and researchers. Prerequisite: ACWR. 101

ARBC 201 / ARABIC I : BEGINNERS
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: MON WEDHours: 08:30-09:40

Basics of grammar and vocabulary, listening, and speaking. Readings include newspapers, poems, and authentic documents. Language labs using multimedia systems are part of the language courses.

ARBC 202 / ARABIC II : BEGINNERS
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: MON WEDHours: 10:00-11:10Prerequisites: ARBC. 201 or consent of the instructor

Focusing on improving students' reading, writing, listening and oral skills. Reading and discussing original texts in Arabic (excerpts from literature texts, newspaper articles) and developing the students' language skills through watching video and film supplements.

ARHA 121 / INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF ART AND VISUAL CULTURE
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: TUES THURSHours: 13:00-14:10

Broad introduction to the study of visual expression in different world cultures and time periods. Case studies about specific works of art are used to instruct students about the different ways that art historical theory can be applied to the analysis of a work of art/architecture. Research and academic writing skills are a key component.

ARHA 201 / ANATOLIAN ARCHAEOLOGY I
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: TUES THURSHours: 10:00-11:10

Introduction to the ancient civilizations of Anatolia. Important human social developments in the prehistoric periods, such as the establishment of first temples in the world, origins of agriculture, emergence of cities, extensive use of metals and long-distance, international trade.

ARHA 306 / CULTURAL HERITAGE MANAGEMENT I
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: TUES THURSHours: 10:00-11:10

Conservation, interpretation, communication and management of all archaeological and historical resources that are regarded as cultural heritage. Theoretical and methodological approaches, social and political factors, which shape our understanding and management of the cultural heritage. Examination of local and global, international and national institutions which deal with cultural heritage, the relevant legislation and conventions that impact the management of these resources.

ARHA 318 / LATE ANTIQUE AND BYZANTINE ART
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: TUES THURSHours: 08:30-09:40

A comprehensive chronological survey of the various monuments of Early Christian and Byzantine art, spanning from the earliest surviving traces of Christian art and architecture in the city of Rome and the eastern provinces of the Late Roman Empire to the art and architecture of the Late Byzantine Empire in Constantinople and the Balkans.

ARHA 321 / ANCIENT GREECE:FROM CITY-STATE TO WORLD EMPIRE
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: TUES THURSHours: 14:30-15:40

Overview of the development of ancient Greece from the Bronze Age (ca. 3000 BC) to the Roman conquest (1st century BC), based on written sources and material evidence. Urbanistic processes, art and architecture as expressions of political, socio-economic and religious evolutions that defined ancient Greek society. Concentrates on the Greek Mainland and other areas under Greek influence, including South Italy/Sicily and Anatolia, in their broader Mediterranean and Near Eastern context.

ARHA 431 / LATE OTTOMAN AND EARLY REPUBLICAN ART
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: THURSHours: 14:30-17:10

Ottoman modernism and the historical and cultural transformation in the 18th and 19th centuries will be discussed in view of the artistic developments. How Western modality penetrated into the cultural sphere and how borrowings led to the birth of new techniques, forms and styles in the art and architecture of the 18th and 19th centuries leading to the early Republican Period will be the main theme in the course including a critical discourse of the concepts of 'modernism' and 'westernization' and 'national identity'

ARHA 440 / HISTORIOGRAPHY AND THEORY OF ART HISTORY
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: TUES THURSHours: 16:00-17:10Prerequisites: ARHA. 121 or consent of the instructor

The theoretical issues that have shaped scholarly approaches to the history of art; the history of the development of Art History as a discipline. The different methodologies currently used in the study of the history of art and visual culture.

ARHA 506 / ARCHAEOLOGICAL METHODS AND THEORY
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: MONHours: 17:30-20:10

This course covers theoretical approaches and methods used in the design and implementation of archaeological field research and data analysis. It focuses on the principles that archaeologists use to explain human cultural development from the material record of the past. Questions considered will include: What is archaeology and what are its aims? Is there a coherent body of archaeological theory to which most archaeologists subscribe? What appears to be the most productive theoretical approaches for understanding and interpreting the past?

ARHA 519 / URBAN CULTURE IN THE EARLY MODERN OTTOMAN EMPIRE
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: WEDHours: 14:30-17:10

Examines urban culture in early modern Ottoman cities through multidisciplinary perspectives. Topics explored include urban institutions, governance, neighborhood organization, work and workplace, intercommunal relations, migration, women in public life, sociability, crime, rebellions, and the natural environment.

ASIU 102 / IMAGINING THE OTHER
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: MON WEDHours: 10:00-11:10

Examinaton of the definition of the ?Other?, starting with the widespread description of the term as the processes by which social groups create boundaries and distinctions, often demonizing, dehumanizing, romanticizing, or exoticizing those who do not fit into their society. Exploring the notions of the Other represented in literature to canvas a human fascination with the foreign and the unknown, unlimited by time, place, or cultural context. Focusing on the ways of perception of the Other in socio-cultural, political, religious, geographic, ethnic, gendered, or racial terms in different cultures or time periods. Exploring human identity in relation to the Otherness of the monstrous, the animal, and the super-, sub-, or extra-human.

ASIU 102 / IMAGINING THE OTHER
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: TUES THURSHours: 11:30-12:40

Examinaton of the definition of the ?Other?, starting with the widespread description of the term as the processes by which social groups create boundaries and distinctions, often demonizing, dehumanizing, romanticizing, or exoticizing those who do not fit into their society. Exploring the notions of the Other represented in literature to canvas a human fascination with the foreign and the unknown, unlimited by time, place, or cultural context. Focusing on the ways of perception of the Other in socio-cultural, political, religious, geographic, ethnic, gendered, or racial terms in different cultures or time periods. Exploring human identity in relation to the Otherness of the monstrous, the animal, and the super-, sub-, or extra-human.

ASIU 102 / IMAGINING THE OTHER
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: MON WEDHours: 13:00-14:10

Examinaton of the definition of the ?Other?, starting with the widespread description of the term as the processes by which social groups create boundaries and distinctions, often demonizing, dehumanizing, romanticizing, or exoticizing those who do not fit into their society. Exploring the notions of the Other represented in literature to canvas a human fascination with the foreign and the unknown, unlimited by time, place, or cultural context. Focusing on the ways of perception of the Other in socio-cultural, political, religious, geographic, ethnic, gendered, or racial terms in different cultures or time periods. Exploring human identity in relation to the Otherness of the monstrous, the animal, and the super-, sub-, or extra-human.

ASIU 116 / BODIES IN LITERATURE
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: MON WEDHours: 13:00-14:10

Offers a broad introduction to the growing corpus of literature on the body. Draws on novels, theatrical plays and films across a range of cultural locations and over a broad chronological span from the Renaissance to the present. Considers the ways in which bodily representations reflect social and political attitudes about class, race, gender, and sexuality, and how these attitudes change across different historical periods. Explores the politics of bodily representation in a historicist way and provides a basic introduction to key literary periods.