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NAST 201

3 credits
Introduction to North American Studies.

North American Studies: Basic concepts of North American studies with an emphasis on scholarship dealing with the United States, stressing the contribution of each discipline to the effort to understand the many dimensions of the American experience as well as relationships with Canada and Mexico.

Offered by: Arts - Dean's Office

  • Team-taught Seminar.
  • Terms
    • Winter 2017
  • Instructors
    • Harold M Waller, Thomas James Velk

NAST 401D1

1.5 credits
Interdisciplinary Seminar - North American Studies.

North American Studies: Topics Include: Is American commitment to liberty less popular and universal than her enthusiasm for equality? Is the taste for liberty among citizens of a democracy confined to a sophisticated minority, while an intense passion for equality dominates the masses? Do politicians who serve the interest of the latter thereby diminish freedom for all persons?

Offered by: Arts - Dean's Office

  • Terms
    • Fall 2016
  • Instructors
    • Thomas James Velk

NAST 401D2

1.5 credits
Interdisciplinary Seminar - North American Studies.

North American Studies: See NAST 401D1 for course description.

Offered by: Arts - Dean's Office

  • Terms
    • Winter 2017
  • Instructors
    • Thomas James Velk

NAST 471

3 credits
Topics in North American Studies 1.

North American Studies: Topics in North American studies. Topic varies by year.

Offered by: Arts - Dean's Office

  • Terms
    • Fall 2016
    • Winter 2017
  • Instructors
    • Thomas James Velk, Adam Daifallah
    • Thomas James Velk

NAST 472

3 credits
Topics in North American Studies 2.

North American Studies: Topics in North American sstudies. Topic varies by year.

Offered by: Arts - Dean's Office

  • Terms
    • Winter 2017
  • Instructors
    • Adam Daifallah

NAST 472 Syllabus - winter 2016

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NAST 499

3 credits
Arts Internships: North American Studies.

North American Studies: Internship with an approved host institution or organization.

Offered by: Arts - Dean's Office

  • Note: U2 and U3 students in good standing, normally after completing 30 credits of a 90-credit program or 45 credits of a 96-120 credit program, a minimum CGPA of 2.7, and permission from the departmental internship Adviser. This course will normally not fulfill program requirements for seminar or 400-level courses.
  • Terms
    • Fall 2016
    • Winter 2017
  • Instructors
    • Thomas James Velk

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