Course Schedule - The University of Tulsa

Spring Term 2022 - First Seminar

as of 12/09/22 10:02PM

Open FS 1963 01 First Seminar I
"Inner Quest: Heroes, Journeys, and Identity"
This course analyzes the impulse to comprehend identities through
quest narratives from retellings of classical myths to modern
superhero films. It emphasizes writing as a means of both
recording and reflecting on such journeys of discovery through a
variety of genres, media, and critical lenses and a diversity of
voices from Western culture.
ZH 354 TTH 02:00PM-03:15PM Rideout M Seminar
Wcls FS 1973 01 First Seminar II
"Gangster Films"
OH 200 MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM Udwin V Seminar
Open FS 1973 02 First Seminar II
"Self and Society"
CH 251 TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM Stromberg P Seminar
Open FS 1973 03 First Seminar II
"Three million years of culture:
exploring what it means to be human"
KH 110 TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM Buchanan B Seminar
Open FS 1973 04 First Seminar II
"Life Hacks from Chinese Philosophy"
ARR ARR TTH 02:00PM-03:15PM Buoye T Online - Synchronous Course
Cncl FS 1973 05 First Seminar II
Open FS 1973 06 First Seminar II
"Scaring Victorians: Fear in
Nineteenth-Century British Literature"
ZH 354 TTH 03:30PM-04:45PM Dutoi K Seminar
Open FS 1973 07 First Seminar II
"Challenging the Hero: Gender, Identity, & the Hero's Journey"
Through the lens of literature and popular culture, this class
will examine how Joseph Campbell positions gender in his
explication of the theory of the monomyth and explore how others
have subsequently interpreted and altered his ideas, from
classical texts to superhero films.
ARR ARR MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM Rideout M Online - Synchronous Course
Open FS 1973 08 First Seminar II
"Spirits, Ghosts, and the Occult from 1850-1950"
This course seeks to trace the influences of new spiritualities
and the occult on the literature of the Victorian and Modernist
periods. Focusing on genre authors such as Bram Stoker, Aleister
Crowley, and Arthur Machen, we will explore the spiritual and
occultural influences upon the period's literature and media as
well as the diverse political, religious, and social attitudes
addressed in works engaging new spiritualities.
OH 105 MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM Maulden S Seminar
Open FS 1973 09 First Seminar II
"Anthropologies of Race in the Age of Black Lives Matter"
Through the lens of anthropology, this course seeks to explore
the formation of race and its role in shaping the lives of Black
people in the past and present day. Students will learn the
double-edged power of anthropology, which has worked both to (1)
support institutional racism, white supremacy, and neo-colonial
ideals and (2) become a tool for social justice alongside modern
movements to tear down racism in all its forms
ARR ARR TTH 02:00PM-03:15PM Odewale A Online - Synchronous Course