"New U. lists more courses"
“"New U. lists more courses".” Digital Gallery. BGSU University Libraries, 18 June 2020, digitalgallery.bgsu.edu/collections/item/17462. Accessed 28 Sep. 2021.
|Title||"New U. lists more courses"|
|Subject||Bowling Green State University -- Students -- Political activity|
|Bowling Green State University. New University|
|Description||An article in the BG News listing courses held as part of BGSU's "New University" series of teach-ins.|
|Source||BG News; Center for Archival Collections; University Libraries; Bowling Green State University|
|Publisher||Bowling Green State University|
|Spatial Coverage||Bowling Green (Ohio)|
New U. lists more courses
ADDITIONAL NEW UNIVERSITY COURSE LISTINGS
RHETORIC OF RACIAL REVOLUT
Descriptive analysis of means and methods of contemporary Blacks for effecting social change. By Ron Lomas, time and place to be announced.
APPLIED MEDIEVALISM AS AN ALTERNATIVE SUBCULTURE
From the Gothic to the present; history, theory, and practice; literature, crafts, etc. By John Leland, 8-9 p.m. Tues. and Thurs., first class will meet in the Pink Dogwood Rm. of the Union, May 19.
THE DYNAMICS OF CHANGE
A review of the significant changes that have taken place on a world-wide scale since WWII; the psychological basis for individual innovation leading to cultural change; the subculture of youth and other forces to change in our times. By David Lipani, 6-8 Wed., 216 U. Hall.
PRODUCING SANITY IN SOCIETY
Analysis of disruptive effects of social organization; investigation of direct means of producing sanity within a community. By Dr. Bob Wareheime, 3-5 Mon., Counseling Center, 320 Student Services Bldg.
AMERICAN ANTI-WAR DRAMA
A look at the changing ideas, attitudes, and goals of anti-war theater as seen through the eyes of American dramatists from Anderson to Heller. By James A. Panowski, Bill Goldsmith, Ron Ruble, 4:00 p.m. Tues. and Thurs., 100 Women's Gym.
SENSE EXPRESSION, SECOND SECTION
Use, manner, and diversity of individual expression in art, music, painting, writing, love. By John Barkoot, Max Church, 7-9 p.m. Sunday, 114 Ed. Bldg.
SOCIALISM AND REVOLUTION
A comparative and analytical approach to the problem of revolution; organizational and political perspectives of socialism; problems of socialism. By Bill Feil, 7-10 Tues., Rm. 102 Hanna Hall.
Note: Will all instructors in New U classes please report a headcount for their first two class meetings. Headcounts should be reported to the New U Exec. Committee, Rm. 103 Hanna Hall, 2-2624.
All instructors who discover conflicts in room schedules should contact the Exec. Committee for new room assignments.
All courses marked with a dot in the syllabus that appeared in yesterday's BG News meet this week.