HISTORY 195S.06 - LEADERSHIP IN AMERICAN HISTORY

The seminar will focus on political social, business, and artistic leaders in American history and problems which have called for leadership. In addition to selected short reading, students will examine closely the following: James Mac Gregor Burns’ “Leadership,” Walter Clark’s “Ox Bow Incident,” Niccolo Machiavelli’s “The Prince,” Richard Neustadt and Ernesto May’s, “Thinking in Time,”

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HISTORY 126D - AMERICAN DREAMS/AMERICAN REALITIES

The role of such myths as “rags to riches,” “beacon to the world,” the “frontier,” and the “foreign devil” in defining the American character and determining hopes, fears, dreams, and actions throughout American History. Attention given to the surface consistency of these myths as accepted by each immigrant group versus the shifting content of the

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PPS 177S - ADVANCED DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY

An advanced course for students who have taken Public Policy Studies 176S or have had substantial experience in documentary fieldwork. Students complete an individual photographic project and study important works within the documentary tradition. Prerequisite: Visual Arts 118S, Public Policy Studies 176S, or consent of instructor. [Areas of Knowledge: ALP, SS] Crosslisted DOCST 177S, ARTVIS

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PPS 166 - THE INSURGENT SOUTH

Social movements in the South from Reconstruction to the present. Includes Populism, Women’s Suffrage, the Interracial Movement, labor, civil rights, and post-1960s conservatism. Attention to public policy positions espoused by social movement organizations and activists. Lecture/discussion. Weekly writing assignments. [Areas of Knowledge: CZ, SS] Crosslisted History 166A

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PPS 146 - LEADERSHIP, DEVELOPMENT, AND ORGANIZATIONS

Course provides students with the knowledge, analytical competence, and skills needed to exercise leadership in organizations and address problems in our society. The course explores the many facets of leadership, leadership development, and the processes by which enterprising people affect change in a variety of organizational situations. It focuses on a variety of experiential learning

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PPS 144S - ENTERPRISING LEADERSHIP

Designed to provide students with the skills, analytical perspectives, and knowledge needed to deal effectively with social entrepreneurism as a major contemporary force addressing problems in our society. Ethics, citizenship, and public policy implications are important course themes.

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PPS 140S - WOMEN AS LEADERS

Intellectual and experiential exploration of the theory and practice of leadership, with an emphasis on the special role gender plays. Topics include: authority, conflict, power, and an assessment of each student’s potential for leadership. This is a Service-Learning course, which also requires mentoring at-risk middle school girls on Monday or Tuesday afternoons from 2-5. Small

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