Featured Open Courses
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|Course Number||Course Name||Meeting Time||Instructor||Details|
|HEBR 10300||Intensive Elementary Hebrew||M/W 4:10PM - 6:50PM||Kubovy||Intensive practice in basic skills of Hebrew. Course covers in one semester the material covered in the two semesters of HEBR 10100 and 10200.|
|HEBR 22000||Israeli Cinema||W 10:10AM - 1:00PM||Kubovy||For students interested in the history of Israeli film and Israeli cultural identity as expressed in Israeli cinema. Knowledge of Hebrew NOT required.|
|HEBR 28400||Images of Women in the Old Testament||T 7:00PM - 9:30PM||Troen||Depiction of women in ancient Israelite prose and poetry. Close reading and analysis of texts in terms of literary techniques, cultural background and ideological implications.|
|HEBR 29400||Job, Ecclesiastes, and the Human Predicament||T/TH 5:35PM - 6:50 PM||Troen||Study of form, content and religious significance of these two enigmatic masterworks|
|HUM 15000||Introductory Topics in Humanities and the Arts||T/F 9:45AM - 11:00AM||Kruis||This course features distinguished living writers.|
|HUM 15055||Arts through New York City||W 10:10AM - 1:00PM; T/TH 4:10PM - 5:25PM; F 3:45PM - 6:15PM||Kruis|
|HUM 25068||The Literature of Skepticism||M/W 5:35PM - 6:50PM||Cohen||In this course, students learn that skepticism accepts no truth as valid but also refuses to construct a system to alleviate whatever corrosive action it has had on its targets.|
|MUSHL 26102||The Beatles (and Their Legacy)
||M/Th 2:45PM - 4:00PM||Spicer||An in-depth study of the music of the Beatles.
|MUSPF 36106||The Evolution and Development of Big Band Jazz||W 6:30PM - 8:30PM||Staff||Thanks to a new Hunter partnership, you have the opportunity to enroll in this special course that will be offered at Jazz at Lincoln Center's "Swing University" in Columbus Circle. Under the instruction of noted musicologist and trombonist John Wriggle, students will dive deep into jazz history and theory.|
|PHILO 20095||Reason & Argument||M/Th 1:10PM - 2:25PM||Freeman||This course presents a method of argument analysis, evaluation, and construction based on recent work in argumentation theory.|
|PUPOL 10000||Introduction To Public Policy: An Interdisciplinary Approach||M/TH 9:45AM-11:00AM||Schram||Held at Roosevelt House.|
||Capstone Seminar||W 10:10AM - 1:00PM||Templeton||Held at Roosevelt House.|
|SCI 10N01||Brains, Minds, and Machines||M/W 4:10PM - 5:25PM||Epstein||An experiential, interdisciplinary course to learn how your brain, mind, and artificially intelligent machines think.
|SOC 3251K||LGBT Policy||M 2:45PM - 5:35PM||Payne||This course will review the historical context for LGBT rights in America, the demographics and diversity of modern LGBT America, and current gains, issues and challenges to achieving full health, equity, and equality for the LGBT community. Held at Roosevelt House.|
|URBS 4031A/ARTH 38105
||Arts, Culture & Public Policy||M 4:30PM - 7:20PM||Atlas||This course will explore arts and culture as part of the public domain including public policy, public space, and public participation in decision making. Held at Roosevelt House.|
|URBS 4031D||Research Practicum: Income Inequality and Poverty in the United States and New York||TH 4:10PM - 7:00PM||Levitan||This course is designed to provide students with a hands-on opportunity to develop their ability for data analysis as it relates to research on poverty and inequality. Held at Roosevelt House.|
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