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WRIT Courses for Spring 2024
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WRIT 107 02 - ARTH 100 The Power of Images: An Introduction to Art and its Histories

WRIT 107 01 - ARTH 100 The Power of Images: An Introduction to Art and its Histories

WRIT 115 01 - ARTS 115 Word and Image Studio

WRIT 120 01 - Critical Interpretation

WRIT 131 01 - The Politics of Private Property

WRIT 133 01 - Having it All? The Problem of Women and Work

WRIT 134 01 - A Nation of Immigrants? American Migration Myths and the Politics of Exclusion

WRIT 144 01 - What’s in A Name? Investigating What We Call People, Places, and Things

WRIT 146 01 - Alternative Worlds

WRIT 152 01 - Revolution and Revision: The Political Impact of Walt Whitman Through the Years

WRIT 155 01 - The Selfie in American Life

WRIT 160 01 - The Magic of Everyday Life: Stories About Our Culture

WRIT 170 01 - The Value and Meaning of Work

WRIT 170 02 - The Value and Meaning of Work

WRIT 172 01 - The Medieval Body: An Examination

WRIT 174 01 - The Personal is Political: Celebrating the “I” in Politics

WRIT 175 01 - What is a Gift?

WRIT 175 02 - What is a Gift?

WRIT 176 01 - What's Old is New: Classics and Modern Social Movements

WRIT 178 01 - Black Feminism and the Future

WRIT 178 02 - Black Feminism and the Future

WRIT 179 01 - Building a Better World

WRIT 201 01 - Intensive Writing Workshop

WRIT 346 01 - Calderwood Seminar in Public Writing: Data for Humans

WRIT Courses for Fall 2023
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WRIT 107 02 - ARTH 100 The Power of Images: An Introduction to Art and its Histories

WRIT 107 01 - ARTH 100 The Power of Images: An Introduction to Art and its Histories

WRIT 116 02 - Writing in the Distracted Age

WRIT 116 01 - Writing in the Distracted Age

WRIT 122 01 - Wellesley and the World

WRIT 127 02 - Writing for Change: Protest Literature in America

WRIT 127 01 - Writing for Change: Protest Literature in America

WRIT 128 01 - Are We What We Eat? Writing About Food and Culture

WRIT 130 01 - What is College For?

WRIT 130 02 - What is College For?

WRIT 140 01 - Romantic (and Unromantic) Comedy

WRIT 141 01 - The Novel of Manners: Austen to Larsen

WRIT 143 01 - The Persistent Mystery of Beowulf

WRIT 147 01 - Who Was Helen of Troy? Desire, Influence, and Identity in the Ancient World

WRIT 168 01 - Faked Out: Hoaxes and Conspiracies

WRIT 172 01 - The Medieval Body: An Examination

WRIT 174 02 - The Personal is Political: Celebrating the “I” in Politics

WRIT 174 01 - The Personal is Political: Celebrating the “I” in Politics

WRIT 179 01 - Building a Better World

WRIT 179 02 - Building a Better World

WRIT 201 01 - Intensive Writing Workshop

WRIT 325H 01 - Advanced Writing Seminar