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Humanities Courses

Listed below are the humanities courses offered in 2018, and the sites and sessions for each course.

If you are unfamiliar with our site codes, review the site key below. The course code links will take you to the appropriate catalog course description and links to sample syllabi for the course.

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Humanities Course Offerings

* = day site (no room or board provided)
** = international site

Site key

Grade

Code

Course

Sites and Sessions

2-3

JOUR

Journeys and Explorations

ALE-2*  SPE-1&2*

2-3

TOYS

Toyology (one-week course)

ALE-2*  GIL-1*  SAN-2*

3-4

ANCT

The Ancient World

ALE-2*  MSA-1SAN-2*  SPE-1&2*  TBD-1*

5-6

BIGQ

Big Questions

CGV-1&2  LOS-2  SAN-2*

5-6

UNAG

Model United Nations and Advanced Geography

ALE-2*  BRI-2  CGV-1&2  GIL-1*  LAJ-1*  LOS-1&2  MSA-1*  SAN-1*  SPE-1&2*  SRF-1&2  STP-1 TBD-1&2*  WDS-1*

7+

POLY

International Politics

CAR-1&2  JHU-1&2  LOS-1&2  SAR-1&2

7+

CASE

Great Cases: American Legal History

BRI-1  EST-1&2

7+

LAWP

Law and Politics in US History

CAR-1  JHU-1&2  LOS-1

7+

DSET

Dissent

LOS-2  SUN-2

7+

GOOD

Goodwives and Witches: Women in Colonial America

LAN-1&2  SAR-2

7+

NEDE

Newton, Darwin, and Einstein

JHU-2

7+

PSYC

Foundations of Psychology

BRI-1&2  EST-1&2  HAV-1&2  SCZ-1&2  SUN-2

7+

COGN

Cognitive Psychology

LAN-1&2  LOS-1&2  SAR-1&2  SUN-1

7+

ILOG

Introduction to Logic

BRI-1  EST-2  HAV-1&2  HKU-1**  SCZ-1

7+

LOGC

Logic: Principles of Reasoning

JHU-1&2  LAN-1&2  LOS-1&2  SAR-1&2  SUN-2

7+

PHIL

Philosophy

EST-1  HAV-1&2  SCZ-2  SUN-1

7+

ETHC

Ethics

CAR-2  LOS-1  SAR-1

7+

EXIT

Existentialism

CAR-1

7+

BIOE

Bioethics

BRI-2  HAV-1&2

7+

MIND

Philosophy of Mind

LAN-1&2

7+

ETML

Etymologies

EST-1&2

7+

LNCS

Linguistics

JHU-1&2  LAN-2

10+

GPOL

Global Politics: Human Rights and Justice

PRN-1

10+

HTEC

Human Nature and Technology

PRN-1

10+

OFND

You Will Be Offended: Satire, Comedy, and Public Discourse

CAR-2

10+

PSME

Politics in the Middle East

PRN-1

10+

PERP

Persuasion and Propaganda

CAR-2

10+

PGOD

Playing God: The Ethics of Human Subjects Research

CAR-2

10+

PREL

The Psychology of Religion

CAR-2

10+

RCPC

Race and Politics

PRN-1

10+

SANE

Madness and Insanity: A Social History

CAR-2

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Site Key

Code

Site

ALE

Alexandria, Virginia*

BRI

Bristol, Rhode Island

BRK

Berkeley, California

CAR

Carlisle, Pennsylvania

CGV

Collegeville, Pennsylvania

EST

Easton, Pennsylvania

GIL

Baltimore, Maryland (Gilman School)*

HAV

Haverford, Pennsylvania

HKU

Hong Kong S.A.R.**

HKY

Hong Kong S.A.R.**

JHU

Baltimore, Maryland (Johns Hopkins University)

LAJ

La Jolla, California*

LAN

Lancaster, Pennsylvania

LOS

Los Angeles, California 

MSA

Los Angeles, California* (Magnolia Day Site)

MSC

Baltimore, Maryland (Marine Science)

PBD

Baltimore, Maryland (Peabody Institute)

PRN

Princeton, New Jersey

SAN

Sandy Spring, Maryland*

SAR

Saratoga Springs, New York

SCZ

Santa Cruz, California

SPE

New York, New York*

SRF

San Rafael, CA

WDS

Portola Valley, California*

* = day site (no room or board provided)
** = international site (room and board provided)

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