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Courses for Athena Center For Leadership Studies

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Required Courses and Approved Cross-Listed Electives

ACLS BC 3450x and y Women and Leadership

Examination of the social conditions and linguistic practices that have shaped the historical and contemporary gendering of leadership, power, and authority in the United States and around the world. Through examples drawn from the social, political, and economic worlds, we will explore leadership in varying racial, class, and regional contexts.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Limited to 15. BC: Fulfillment of General Education Requirement: Historical Studies (HIS)..
4 points

Course
Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Autumn 2014 :: ACLS BC3450
ACLS
3450
09891
001
Th 11:00a - 12:50p
502 Diana Center
A. Lewis
S. Angevine
14 [ More Info ]
ACLS
3450
09336
002
M 11:00a - 12:50p
306 MILBANK HALL
A. Lewis
S. Angevine
12 [ More Info ]
Spring 2015 :: ACLS BC3450
ACLS
3450
04851
001
M 11:00a - 12:50p
TBA
S. Angevine 0 [ More Info ]
ACLS
3450
06901
002
Th 11:00a - 12:50p
TBA
S. Angevine 0 [ More Info ]

ACLS BC 3997x Interdisciplinary Senior Seminar

Limited to seniors participating in the Athena Scholars Program. Students will develop a social action project where they must demonstrate leadership skills in an off-campus setting. Students will be expected to develop and implement a detailed plan to start their project. Then they will collaborate with other class members to advance their projects, report to their peers on their accomplishments and have an opportunity to work closely with organizations across the city on their efforts.
Prerequisites: ACLS BC3450. Enrollment limited to Barnard seniors participating in the Athena Scholars Program.
4 points

Course
Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Autumn 2014 :: ACLS BC3997
ACLS
3997
02742
001
M 4:10p - 6:00p
501 Diana Center
A. Lewis
K. Kolbert
27 [ More Info ]

ACLS BC 3998y Interdisciplinary Senior Seminar

Limited to seniors participating in the Athena Scholars Program. Students will develop a social action project where they must demonstrate leadership skills in an off-campus setting. Students will be expected to develop and implement a detailed plan to start their project. Then they will collaborate with other class members to advance their projects, report to their peers on their accomplishments and have an opportunity to work closely with organizations across the city on their efforts. - A. Lewis
Prerequisites: ACLS BC3450. Enrollment limited to Barnard seniors participating in the Athena Scholars Program
4 points

Course
Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Spring 2015 :: ACLS BC3998
ACLS
3998
09746
001
M 4:10p - 6:00p
TBA
A. Lewis 0 [ More Info ]

Cross-Listed Courses

Africana Studies (Barnard)

BC3055 Slave Resistance in the United States from the Colonial Era to the Civil War

Anthropology (Barnard)

V3465 Women and Gender in the Muslim World

Art History (Barnard)

BC3123 Woman and Art

BC3957 1980s Feminism and Postmodernism in the Visual Arts

Dance (Barnard)

BC2563 Dance Composition: Form

BC2563 Composition: Form, Dance/Theater

BC3565 Composition: Collaboration and the Creative Process

BC3577 Performing the Political: Embodying Change in American Performance

BC3583 Gender and Historical Memory in American Dance of the 1930's to the Early 1960's

Economics (Barnard)

BC2010 The Economics of Gender

BC2075 Logic and Limits of Economic Justice

BC3014 Entrepreneurship

BC3017 Economics of Business Organization

BC3019 Labor Economics

BC3029 Development Economics

English (Barnard)

BC3121 Public Speaking

BC3123 Rhetorical Choices: the Theory and Practice of Public Speaking

BC3140 Women and Theatre

History (Barnard)

BC3323 European Women in the Age of Revolution

BC3567 American Women in the 20th Century

BC3803 Gender and Empire

BC3865 Gender and Power in China

BC4870 Gender and Migration: A Global Perspective

BC4901 Reacting to the Past II

Political Science (Barnard)

V3313 American Urban Politics

BC3331 * Colloquium on American Political Decisionmaking

BC3332 * Colloquium on Exploring Political Leadership in the U.S.

BC3402 The Comparative Politics of Gender Inequality

BC3507 *Colloquium on Gender, Politics, and Markets

V3615 Globalization and International Politics

BC3805 *Colloquium on International Organization

W4875 Russia and the West

Psychology (Barnard)

BC1136 Social Psychology

BC2151 Organizational Psychology

BC3153 Psychology and Women

BC3158 Human Motivation

BC3166 Social Conflict

BC3379 Psychology of Stereotyping and Prejudice

Science and Public Policy (Barnard)

BC3335 Environmental Leadership, Ethics & Action

Sociology (Barnard)

V3235 Social Movements: Collective Action

W3264 The Changing American Family

W3302 Sociology of Gender

W3675 Organizing Innovation

BC3903 Work and Culture

BC3907 Communities and Social Change

BC3913 Inequalities: Race, Class, Gender and Sexuality in U.S. Law and Society

Urban Studies

V3530 Urban Development: A Rubik's Cube of Policy Choices

V3550 Community Building and Economic Development

V3920 Social Entrepreneurship

Women's Studies (Barnard)

V1001 Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies

BC3131 Women and Science

V3312 Theorizing Activism

W3915 Gender and Power in Transnational Perspective

W4303 Gender, Globalization, and Empire

W4307 Sexuality and the Law