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Schedule for COLA 1500 - Fall 2011
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College Advising Seminar
 COLA 1500 College Advising Seminars
 Books as Things
12376 001Seminar (1)Closed 18 / 18David Vander MeulenMo 2:00PM - 3:15PMBryan Hall 310
 The Politics of Food
12377 002Seminar (1)Closed 18 / 18Paul FreedmanWe 2:00PM - 3:15PMBryan Hall 310
 Religion and Contemporary Art
12378 003Seminar (1)Open 17 / 18Kurtis SchaefferMo 3:30PM - 4:45PMWilson Hall 235
 Histories & Mysteries at U.Va
12379 004Seminar (1)Closed 19 / 18Maurie McInnisTu 2:00PM - 3:15PMGibson 041
 The Fermi Paradox
12380 005Seminar (1)Closed 19 / 18Edward MurphyTu 9:30AM - 10:45AMCauthen House 112
 Russian Culture Global World
12381 006Seminar (1)Open 17 / 18Karen RyanTu 11:00AM - 12:15PMBryan Hall 332
 Myths Adolescence & Lit Imag
12382 007Seminar (1)Closed 19 / 18Lisa SpaarTh 11:00AM - 12:15PMNew Cabell Hall 331
 Prosecuting Genocide
12383 008Seminar (1)Open 17 / 18Jeffrey RossmanMo 5:00PM - 6:15PMBryan Hall 312
 Awakening Creative Potential
12384 009Seminar (1)Open 17 / 18Gweneth WestTu 4:00PM - 5:15PMBryan Hall 330
 What Makes Us Tick?
12398 010Seminar (1)Closed 18 / 18Sandra SeidelTu 3:30PM - 4:45PMBryan Hall 312
 Stories of Displacement
 Short Stories about Exile and Diaspora
15040 012Seminar (1)Closed 19 / 18Martien Halvorson-TaylorWe 3:30PM - 4:45PMMinor Hall 130
 Documentary Photography
16801 013Seminar (1)Open 15 / 18John MasonWe 5:00PM - 6:15PMBryan Hall 310
 Matters of Memory
16817 014Seminar (1)Open 13 / 18Michael PuriTu 5:00PM - 6:15PMNew Cabell Hall 412
 Edgar Allan Poe
16818 015Seminar (1)Open 17 / 18Bradford HaysTh 5:00PM - 6:15PMBryan Hall 330
 Linguistic Wonder of Anc World
19406 016Seminar (1)Open 15 / 18Coulter GeorgeTu 9:30AM - 10:45AMPavilion VIII 103
 Motown to Hip-Hop
19407 017Seminar (1)Closed 18 / 18Claudrena HaroldTh 9:30AM - 10:45AMDell 2 100
 Why Haven't We Cured Cancer?
19408 018Seminar (1)Closed 18 / 18David KittlesenTu 12:30PM - 1:45PMDell 2 103
 Hidden Histories of UVA
19409 019Seminar (1)Closed 18 / 18Phyllis LefflerTh 12:30PM - 1:45PMBryan Hall 312
 Life Stories
19412 022Seminar (1)Open 17 / 18Ekaterina DianinaMo 5:00PM - 6:15PMNew Cabell Hall 330
 Karma and Rebirth
19413 023Seminar (1)Closed 18 / 18John NemecWe 5:00PM - 6:15PMBryan Hall 332
 Objectivity-Age of Information
 COLA 1500 First-Year Advising Course. Topic: On Objectivity
20031 027Seminar (1)Open 10 / 18Allan MegillTu 2:00PM - 3:15PMWilson Hall 140
 Why Montaigne's Essays (selected) and Nietzsche's Gay Science? First of all, Montaigne and Nietzsche are two of the most important and influential writers in the western tradition (or, for that matter, in ANY tradition). To not have read some bits of what they wrote is extremely embarrassing. Second, they are relatively accessible, in the sense that they do not require a lot of prior technical knowledge in order to be understood at a basic level. Third, as noted above, they both have a relation to issues of objectivity -- a largely negative relation. Fourth, they are in a weird way in dialogue with each other. Finally, specifically concerning *The Gay Science*, this work is much less widely read than Nietzsche's *Birth of Tragedy* and his *Genealogy of Morals*, and yet it is in some ways better than both. If you don't read it in this class, probably you will never read it.
 The Art of The Essay
20091 029Seminar (1)Open 17 / 18Charles MathewesWe 9:30AM - 10:45AMBrown Reading Room
 Evil and Suffering
20092 030Seminar (1)Closed 18 / 18Jennifer GeddesTh 1:00PM - 2:15PMBrown Reading Room