Dartmouth Coursebooks

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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AAAS 35.02: Disability and Madness in African American Literature in Film
Prof. Middleton
ANTH 14: Anthropology of Death and Dying
Prof. Kan
ANTH 50.56: Anthropology of Food
Prof. Boke
CLST 2/THEA 12: The Tragedy and Comedy of Greece and Rome
Prof. Foxley
EDUC 27/SOCY 24: The Impact of Poverty on Education
Prof. Tine
ENGL 55.01/WGSS 47.03: Modern American Women Poets
Prof. Zeiger
ENGL 61.03/WGSS 62.02: Early Modern Literature and the History of Sexuality
Prof. Ritger
ENGL 62: The Horrors of Survival: American Literatures of Modernity
Prof. Godley
ENGL 63.30: Trans Gender Literatures
Prof. Goldberg
ENGL 65.01: Walking
Prof. Edmonson
ENGL 71.03: Shakespeare: Late Plays and Problem Plays
Prof. Ritger
ENGL 74.02: Understanding Biopolitics
Prof. Edmonson
ENGL 74.12: Garden Politics
Prof. Zeiger
FRIT 37.04/COLT 39.03: European Fairy Tales
Prof. Canepa
GEOG 30.02: Geographies of Displacement
Prof. Lam
GOVT 40.31/COCO 39: Red Terror: History and Culture of the Stalin Labor Camps
Prof. Kan
PBPL 41: Writing & Speaking Public Policy
Prof. Kalish
PHIL 26/COGS 26: Philosophy and Computers
Prof. Nelson
REL 1.11: Sisters, Sages, Seekers: Women & Religion
Prof. Swenson
WGSS 7.01: He, She, or It: Reconstructing Gender in Science Fiction
Prof. Moody
WRIT 7.30: The Female Detective
Prof. Lannon
WRIT 7.36: Mad Women
Prof. Clark
WRIT 7.39: Reading and Writing True Crime
Prof. Lewis
MALS 239: Poetry Workshop
Prof. Mosteirin