Dartmouth Coursebooks - 23F


Still North stocks a limited number of select coursebooks for Dartmouth College Classes. The pages below link to book lists from participating professors. 

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ANTH 12.26/GEOG 68.01: Environmental Justice
Prof. Boke
ARTH 40.01: American Art and Identity
Prof. Coffey
CLST 3: Reason and the Good Life: Socrates to Epictetus
Prof. Graver
EDUC 35/GOVT 30.12/PBPL 27: Affirmative Action in Higher Education
Prof. Herman
ENGL 31: Asian American Literature and Culture
Prof. Kim
ENGL 15: Shakespeare
Prof. Ritger
ENGL 28: Making Americans: Hipsters, Tricksters, and Geniuses
Prof. Boggs
ENGL 53.22: Science Fiction Studies
Prof. Evens
ENGL 62.03/WGSS 48.09: Victorian Women Writers
Prof. Dever
ENGL 73.03: Black Elegies
Prof. Brown
FS 33.01: Writing for the Screen One
Prof. Phillips
HIST 11: The Age of the American Revolution
Prof. Musselwhite
GERM 15.01/COLT 64.01/JWST 37.02: Nazis, Neonazis, Antifa, and the Others: Exploring Responses to the Nazi Past
Prof. McGillen
GOVT 86.40: Law & Society
Prof. Rosenberg
GOVT 6: Political Ideas
Prof. Murphy
HIST 14: The Invasion of America
Prof. Calloway
SOCY 35: Sociology of Mental Health
Prof. Houle
SOCY 54/QSS 54: Change, Context, and Causality: Intermediate Quantitative Data Analysis for Sociologists
Prof. Houle
WRIT 5.20 & 5.21: Sports, Technology, and Ethics
Prof. Obbard
GEOG 40.05/HIST 33.02: American Anthropocene: Climate & Power in US History
Prof. Moreton
ENGL 1.01: Literary History 1: Literature Up to the Mid-Seventeenth Century
Prof. Dever
LAT 30.07: Roman Perspectives on Friendship
Prof. Graver
WRIT 002: Writing 2: Composition and Research 1
Prof. O'Connor
WRIT 005.11/12: Ethics and the Internet
Prof. Drain
WRIT 05.05/06: Writing 5: Image and Text
Prof. Clark
HUM 1: Humanities 1