GSWS252 - FREUD

No other person of the twentieth century has probably influenced scientific thought, humanitistic scholarship, medical therapy, and popular culture as much as Sigmund Freud. This seminar will study his work, its cultural background, and its impact on us today.
F 0100PM-0200PM
HOWARD, ALISON MARIE
WILLIAMS HALL 319
  • COML253405
  • ENGL105405
  • GRMN253405
  • HSOC253405
  • STSC253405
F 1200PM-0100PM
HOWARD, ALISON MARIE
WILLIAMS HALL 5
  • COML253404
  • ENGL105404
  • GRMN253404
  • HSOC253404
  • STSC253404
F 1100AM-1200PM
MEYLOR, KRISTEN ANN
WILLIAMS HALL 305
  • COML253403
  • ENGL105403
  • GRMN253403
  • HSOC253403
  • STSC253403
F 1000AM-1100AM
MEYLOR, KRISTEN ANN
WILLIAMS HALL 3
  • COML253402
  • ENGL105402
  • GRMN253402
  • HSOC253402
  • STSC253402
TR 1030AM-1200PM
WEISSBERG, LILIANE
CLAUDIA COHEN HALL 402
  • COML253401
  • ENGL105401
  • GRMN253401
  • HSOC253401
  • STSC253401

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