Connections

(one unit)

A course to develop an understanding of the interrelationship of fields of knowledge. To be taken after completion of all other university core requirements, in the junior or senior year, and must be taken at Puget Sound.

  • AFAM 346, African Americans and American Law
  • AFAM 355, African American Women in American History
  • AFAM 360, The Art and Politics of the Civil Rights Era
  • AFAM 375, The Harlem Renaissance
  • AFAM 401, Narratives of Race
  • ASIA 341, Asia Pop! An Exploration of Popular Culture in 20th and 21st Century East Asia
  • ASIA 344, Asia in Motion
  • BUS 478, Environmental Law
  • CONN 302, Ethics and the Other
  • CONN 303, Art-Science: Inquiry into the Intersection of Art, Science, and Technology
  • CONN 304, The Invention of Britishness: History and Literature
  • CONN 312, Biological Determinism and Human Freedom: Issues in Science and Religion
  • CONN 318, Crime and Punishment
  • CONN 320, Health and Medicine
  • CONN 322, Jihad and Islamic Fundamentalism
  • CONN 325, The Experience of Prejudice
  • CONN 332, Witchcraft in Colonial New England
  • CONN 333, Nations and Nationalism in Modern Europe
  • CONN 335, Race and Multiculturalism in the American Context
  • CONN 340, Gender and Communication
  • CONN 344, Magic and Religion
  • CONN 345, Economics of Happiness
  • CONN 350, Perspectives on Food and Culture
  • CONN 369, Power, Gender, and Divinity: The Construction of Goddesses
  • CONN 372, The Gilded Age: Literary Realism and Historical Reality
  • CONN 373, Hawaii's Literatures
  • CONN 379, Postcolonial Literature and Theory
  • CONN 387, Never-Never Land
  • CONN 390, Black Business Leadership: Past and Present
  • CONN 415, Education and the Changing Workforce
  • CONN 478, Animals, Law, and Society
  • CONN 480, Informed Seeing
  • CONN 481, Gamblers, Liars, and Cheats
  • ENVR 322, Water Policy
  • ENVR 325, Geological and Environmental Catastrophes
  • ENVR 335, Thinking About Biodiversity
  • HON 401, Some Classics of Islamic, Indian, and East Asian Civilizations
  • HUM 300, Children's Literature: To Teach and to Entertain
  • HUM 301, The Idea of the Self
  • HUM 302, Mystics, Knights, and Pilgrims: The Medieval Quest
  • HUM 303, The Monstrous Middle Ages
  • HUM 305, Modernization and Modernism
  • HUM 309, Nationalism: British and German Nationalism in the Age of Industrialization and Empire, 1700-1919
  • HUM 310, Imperialism and Culture: the British Experience
  • HUM 315, Drama, Film, and the Musical Stage
  • HUM 316, The Lord of The Ring: Wagner's Ring of the Nibelung
  • HUM 330, Tao and Landscape Art
  • HUM 335, Japan and the Dutch: A Cross-Cultural Visual Dialogue 1600-2000
  • HUM 355, Early Modern French Theater and Contemporary American Culture
  • HUM 370, The Good Life
  • IPE 389, Global Struggles Over Intellectual Property
  • IPE 405, The Idea of Wine
  • IPE 427, Competing Perspectives on the Material World
  • LAS 380, Around Macondo in Eighty Days
  • LAS 387, Art and Revolution in Latin America
  • PHIL 393, The Cognitive Foundations of Morality and Religion
  • STS 314, Cosmological Thought
  • STS 318, Science and Gender
  • STS 330, The Idea of Evolution
  • STS 333, Evolution and Ethics
  • STS 340, Finding Order in Nature
  • STS 341, Modeling the Earth: Climate, Resources, Population, and the Limits to Growth
  • STS 345, Physics in the Modern World: Copenhagen to Manhattan
  • STS 347, Better Living Through Chemistry: Studies in the History and Practice of Chemistry
  • STS 348, Strange Realities: Physics in the Twentieth Century
  • STS 352, Memory in a Social Context
  • STS 360, Origins and Early Evolution of Life
  • STS 361, Mars Exploration
  • STS 370, Science and Religion: Historical Perspectives
  • STS 375, Science and Politics