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RM200 – Topics in Race, Ethnicity, and Migration Studies: Pandemic-era Racism and Asian American Studies
In our current pandemic crisis, marked by economic instability and racial conflict, we are witnessing a new emergence of anti-Asian rhetoric and acts of violence. Given the state of the planet and our society, this course invites us to imagine alternatives to the existing order as the first step towards systemic change.
PC242 – Physics for the Physical Sciences ll: Electricity & Magnetism
PC242 explores electrical and magnetic phenomena. We will discuss physics as a system of models for understanding and predicting the behavior of objects, as well as a culture that requires our active attention. Topics include objectivity, reductionism, electrical and magnetic interactions, circuits, electromagnetic waves, etc.
CC120 – First-Year Writing Seminar: Green Germany
Germany aims to switch to a 100% renewable economy. Why has Germany embarked on such an ambitious path? What can we learn from Germany? How “green” is Germany? We will explore the mythical idea of the forest, 19th and 20th-century environmental movements, green ideas during National Socialism, the Green Party, and more.
PS200 – United States Politics and Government
PS200 explores fundamental concepts, debates, and questions in U.S. politics, with the primary goal of understanding “who gets what, when, how, and why.” We will explore the foundations of U.S. democracy, institutions of U.S. government, and concepts in democratic politics, such topics as public opinion, ideology, and the media.
Colorado College recognizes and honors the original inhabitants who first settled in the area and who called the nearby highest mountain “Tava,” the original name given by the Ute people to what is now known as Pikes Peak. At CC, we respect all peoples and strive to grow as a unique and welcoming community.