Sign up for Folklore and Ethnography Courses in Spring 2020!

Undergraduate-only courses:

AMST 105 / ENGL 105 American Popular Culture and Folklife (Brandywine, Erie, Harrisburg, Schuylkill, Shenango, Web -Multiple Instructors)
AMST 170N/ ENGL 170N (formerly 196) Introduction to American Folklore (Mont Alto, Web -Multiple Instructors)
CAMS 45 Classical Mythology (Abington, Erie, UP, Wilkes-Barre, Web -Multiple Instructors)
CAMS 113 / CMLIT 113 / JST 113 / RLST 113 Myths and Legends of the Jews (University Park- Aaron Rubin)
CMLIT 108 Myths and Mythologies (UP, Web -Multiple Instructors)
CSD 269 Deaf Culture (UP, Web -Chilton)
HIST 203 History of Monsters, Aliens & The Supernatural (Harrisburg, Altoona)

Undergraduate/MA level courses:

AMST 482 Public Heritage Practices: Exhibit Design & Development (Harrisburg- Asbury-Newsome)
ANTH 457 / JST 457 / SOC 457 Jewish Communities: Identity, Survival, and Transformation in Unexpected Places (UP-Fleisch)
COMM 454 Documentary in Film and Television (Visual Ethnography Focused) (Harrisburg- Sadegh-Vaziri)

MA/PhD-Level courses:

AMST 530 Topics in American Folklore: Stories and Storytellers (Harrisburg- Buccitelli)
AMST 541 Ethnography of Technology and Media in the United States (Harrisburg- Tolbert)
CI 597-005 / AED 597-001 Special Topics: Sensory Ethnography (UP- Kimberly Powell)
LLED 563 Myths and Folktales in Children’s Literature (Web- Hopkins)

If you have questions about whether a course will qualify for the graduate certificate in folklore and ethnography, please contact Dr. Buccitelli.

Sign up for fall classes in folklore and ethnography!

Undergraduate-only courses:

Cams 045 Classical Mythology (multiple sections, Abington/WEB)

Amst/Engl 105 Popular Culture and Folklife (multiple sections, locations)

Cmlit 108 Myths And Mythologies (multiple sections, locations/WEB)

Ger 157 Pennsylvania Germans (Putnam, UP)

 

Pro-seminars (Open to UG/MA/IUG/Certificate students):

Cmlit 408 Heroic Literature (Cheney, UP)

Amst 482 Public Heritage Practices (Fay- Archives; Asbury-Newsome-Curatorial, Harrisburg)

Amst 491W American Themes, America Eras: Religion and Belief in America (Tolbert, Harrisburg)

 

Graduate-level courses (Open to PhD/MA/IUG/Graduate Certificate students):

CI 512 Contemporary Educational Ethnography (Powell, UP)

CI 513 Video Ethnography in Education (Valente, UP)

Amst 540 Ethnography and Society (Tolbert, Harrisburg)

Lled 563 Myths and Folktales In Children’s Literature (Hopkins, WEB)

 

If you have questions about whether a course will qualify for the graduate certificate in folklore and ethnography, please contact Dr. Buccitelli.