Schedule of Classes Undergraduate and Graduate / Spring 2015 / Sociology

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Notes for Graduate Students

Continuation Class Please refer to the University Bulletin for specific details regarding registration. Students who should register for CONT 500a Full-time Graduate Research should use sage class #6928; students who should register for CONT 450a Part-time Graduate Research should use sage class #6898; students who should register for CONT 200a Extended Master's Research should print out the add/drop form, from http://www.brandeis.edu/registrar/forms/docs/forms/add_drop.pdf, use sage class #7902, obtain the program administrator's signature, and submit to the Registrar's Office Kutz 121. To view course description, please click on the course # link. Part time master's students are not to enroll in CONT 200a, rather they should consult with the Registrar's Office.

Notes for Undergraduate Students

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(1-99) Primarily for Undergraduate Students

Class # Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s) View Books
4054 SOC 1A 1 Order and Change in Society
[ ss ]
Block D
M,W,Th 11:00 AM–11:50 AM
Gerstenzang 124
Open
72 / 999 / 0
Cunningham, David View Books
 

(100-199) For Both Undergraduate and Graduate Students

Class # Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s) View Books
8902 SOC 104A 1 Sociology of Education
[ ss ]
Block C
M,W,Th 10:00 AM–10:50 AM
Gerstenzang 124
Open
45 / 50 / 0
Shavarini, Mitra K. View Books
8162 SOC 112B 1 Social Class and Social Change
[ ss ]
See Course Catalog for Special Notes
Block J
T,F 12:30 PM–1:50 PM
Gerstenzang 124
Open
60 / 999 / 0
Fellman, Gordon A View Books
8367 SOC 115A 1 Masculinities
[ ss ]
Block G
T,F 9:30 AM–10:50 AM
Pearlman Hall 113
Open
35 / 999 / 0
Fellman, Gordon A View Books
8220 SOC 116A 1 Work, Employment and Unemployment: Sociological Approaches
[ ss ]
The instructor of this course has been awarded a University Prize Instructorship (UPI). These prestigious awards give exceptional doctoral students from the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences the opportunity to design and teach an upper-division course in their field of research. Enrollment in this course is open to undergraduate students only.
Block P
T,Th 3:30 PM–4:50 PM
Pearlman Hall 202
Open
12 / 20 / 0
Chaganti, Sara View Books
8163 SOC 117A 1 Sociology of Work and Gender
[ ss ]
Block J
T,F 12:30 PM–1:50 PM
Schwartz Hall 103
Open
29 / 999 / 0
Villalobos, Ana View Books
4730 SOC 123B 1 The Welfare State and Nonprofit America
[ ss ]
Block K
M,W 2:00 PM–3:20 PM
Shiffman Humanities Ctr125
Open
19 / 999 / 0
Sirianni, Carmen View Books
8164 SOC 127A 1 Religion, Ethnicity, and Nationalism
[ nw ss ]
Block N
T,Th 2:00 PM–3:20 PM
Shiffman Humanities Ctr216
Open
32 / 999 / 0
Rosenberger, Chandler View Books
8496 SOC 128B 1 Documenting Race, Class and Gender through Photography
[ ss ]
Block H
T,F 11:00 AM–12:20 PM
Schwartz Hall 103
Open
18 / 25 / 0
Powers, Jillian View Books
8165 SOC 146A 1 Mass Communication Theory
[ ss ]
Block E
M,W,Th 12:00 PM–12:50 PM
Pearlman Hall 113
Open
20 / 999 / 0
Miller, Laura J. View Books
8368 SOC 147A 1 Sustainable Cities and Communities
[ oc ss ]
Block M
M,W 5:00 PM–6:20 PM
Shiffman Humanities Ctr125
Open
22 / 999 / 0
Sirianni, Carmen View Books
8166 SOC 152A 1 Urban Life and Culture
[ ss ]
Block L
M,W 3:30 PM–4:50 PM
Pearlman Hall 202
Open
13 / 999 / 0
Miller, Laura J. View Books
4186 SOC 199B 1 Senior Capstone Seminar: Sociology in the World
[ ss ]
See Course Catalog for Special Notes
Block S4
Th 2:00 PM–4:50 PM
Pearlman Hall 203
Open
3 / 999 / 0
Hansen, Karen View Books
 

(200 and above) Primarily for Graduate Students

Class # Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s) View Books
8380 SOC 206B 1 Advanced Topics in Family Studies
See Course Catalog for Special Notes
Block S9
F 9:00 AM–11:50 AM
Pearlman Hall 202
Open
5 / 999 / 0
Villalobos, Ana View Books
9390 SOC 222A 1 Graduate Seminar on American Immigration
Block S7
T 9:00 AM–11:50 AM
Pearlman Hall 202
Open
8 / 999 / 0
Lucken, Kristen View Books
6930 SOC 300A 1 Approaches to Sociological Research
Yields half-course credit. Required of graduate students for six semesters during the first three years of their course of study. Formerly offered as SOC 240a.
Meets alternating Thursdays beginning January 22nd.
Th 2:00 PM–3:20 PM
Pearlman Hall 113
Open
6 / 999 / 0
Cadge, Wendy View Books
 

Cross-Listed in Sociology

Class # Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s) View Books
8907 AAAS 177A 1 The Other African Americans: Comparative Perspectives on Black Ethnic Diversity
[ ss ]
Block S3
W 2:00 PM–4:50 PM
Golding Judaica Center103
Open
18 / 999 / 0
Wallace, Derron View Books
8370 HIST 181B 1 Red Flags/Black Flags: Marxism vs. Anarchism, 1845-1968
[ ss ]
Block E
M,W,Th 12:00 PM–12:50 PM
Olin-Sang Amer Civ Ctr112
Open
23 / 999 / 0
Hulliung, Mark L View Books
3250 HSSP 114B 1 Racial/Ethnic and Gender Inequalities in Health and Health Care
[ ss ]
Block S4
Th 2:00 PM–4:50 PM
Schneider & FamilyBldg G3
Open
33 / 40 / 0
Nsiah-Jefferson, Laurie A. View Books
4178 HSSP 192B 1 Sociology of Disability
[ ss ]
Instructor's Signature Required
Students who wish to enroll in this course should contact Prof. Gulley gulley@brandeis.edu.
Block S2
T 2:00 PM–4:50 PM
Pearlman Hall 113
Open
Consent Req.

23 / 25 / 0
Gulley, Stephen P.
Watson, Samantha E.
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