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Honors Seminars
 

Honors seminars are interdisciplinary and in-depth explorations of a particular topic. Activities emphasize student discussions of assigned readings and oral and written reports. Topics vary each semester. Honors students typically enroll in seminars in their junior and senior years.

Recent seminars have included:

The African-American Way
Africans of the Diaspora
The American South: Literature, History, Culture
American Political Development
Art and the Social World
Belief in God and Mainstream Science
Cars, Homes, and Jobs: Building Sustainable Communities
Classical Political Rhetoric and American Politics
Current Issues and Legality in Recreation
Comics and American Culture
Cosmology
Emerging Religions
Ethnobotany: The Healing Nature of Plants
Extraterrestrials
The French: A People Much Like Ourselves
Gender in Science
Genocide
The Holocast
The International Human Rights Movement
Medieval Studies
Mental Health and Mental Illness
Mythology as Sacred Geography
Myths of American and the Ecological Dilemma
Native Peoples of North American
Paths of Nonviolence
Physics and Metaphysics
Planet Earth: Past, Present, and Future
The Planets: Their Mythic History and Scientific Reality
Power and Control in American Education
Reading Film
Reading Plato
Representations of Gender
The Science of Happiness and Well-Being
The Science of Harry Potter
Self and Others
Sex, Love, Marriage, and the State
The Sixties in America
Wealth and Poverty
World Mythology
Zen Theory and Practice