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A Gallery of Spotlights
ANTH299: Home and Away
Each summer, a group of students travel with Visiting Lecturer in the Writing Program Justin Armstrong to Iceland to immerse themselves in a two-week intensive course, studying cultural geography and anthropology.
ES103: Food, Agriculture & Sustainability
Professor Jay Turner's first-year seminar explores questions of food from an interdisciplinary and a (tasty) hands-on perspective.
EXTD111: Product Creation for All
Amy Banzaert's introductory engineering laboratory course involves students in every level of product development.
How Grimm is Disney? Students examine similar questions in the study of German fairy tales with Anjeana Hans.
An unusual offering: a P.E. class with Connie Bauman that won't meet your P.E. requirement—but will earn you academic credit!
FREN 306 Literature and Inhumanity: Novel, Poetry, and Film in Interwar France
Troubled dreams in perilous times: A French take on the dark side of the 20th century.
ITAS 101: Elementary Italian and ITAS 201: Intermediate Italian
In this hyper-active lab with Senior Lecturer in Italian Studies Flavia Laviosa, Italian acquires a physical form and becomes a living experience.
ARTH 175/BISC 175 First-Year Seminar: The Art and Science of Food in Italy, from the Renaissance to the Slow Food Movement
A delicious mixture of humanities and botany in one first-year seminar taught by Director of the Botanic Gardens and Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences Kristina Jones and Professor of Art Jackie Musacchio.
AMST 315: Beats, Rhymes, and Life: Hip-Hop Studies
Hip-hop is alive and well at Wellesley, and Assistant Professor Michael Jeffries plays it loud and proud in the American Studies department!
CS320: Tangible User Interfaces – Exploring the Future of Human-Computer Interaction
How will people interact with computers in the future? Will the keyboard and the mouse become relics of the past? Luce Assistant Professor of Computer Science Orit Shaer and students investigate.