Information about the ECB writing assessment essay and tutorials for entering students may be found in the department listings of the LS&A Course Guide under English Composition Board.

The College requires all students to complete the Junior/Senior component of the LS&A Writing Requirement. Students must have at least 55 cumulative credits toward their program before they are eligible to complete this requirement. Students must enroll in an approved course or writing program, preferably in the student's field of concentration or specific academic interest. Students must write "ECB" in the modifier box on the election worksheet. The course instructor must certify that the student has met the requirement at the end of the term. Each term the English Composition Board provides a list of such approved courses. A course approved to meet the Junior/Senior part of the Writing Requirement one term is not necessarily approved in a subsequent term. You may call POINT- 10 (764- 6810) to find out if the course you want is approved for a particular term as well as to learn if any spaces in the class are still available at CRISP. The courses approved by the ECB for this term are listed below.

WINTER 1994
JUNIOR/SENIOR WRITING COURSES


This list is subject to change by the English Composition Board. Updated versions are posted on the bulletin boards outside 1419 Mason Hall and 1213 Angell Hall. Check these locations to learn about additions or deletions or call POINT- 10 (764- 6810) or you can access an updated list through MTS on um-gopherblue (LS&A publications server).

Afroamerican and African Studies

335/Religion 310. Religion in the Afro-American Experience. Sections 001-007. (Miles)

American Culture

490/Film-Video 451. American Film Genres.
The Problem of Evil in American Culture. Sections 002-004 only. (Eagle)

496. Historical Approaches to American Culture.
Section 001 The Immigration Experience in America. (Linderman)
Section 002 Michigan in the Era of Industrialization. (Blouin)
Section 003 Language and Knowledge in the 19th Century. (Turner)
Section 004 Memory and Identity in the 20th Century U.S. (Smith)

498. Literary Approaches to American Culture.
Section 002 Narratives of the Borderland Self: Women and Exile. (Behar)

Biological Anthropology361. Biology, Society, and Culture. Section 001.

Cultural Anthropology 331. Family, Work and Power. Section 001. (Clark)

386. Early New World Civilizations.
Sections 002 and 003 only. (Parsons)

458. Topics in Cultural Anthropology.
Section 003 Narratives of the Borderland Self. (Behar)

Asian Languages and CulturesChinese 472. Traditional Chinese Drama and Fiction in Translation. Section 001. (Rolston)

Asian Studies 381. Junior/Senior Colloquium for Concentrators.
Section 001 Tradition, Development, Nationalism, and War in Twentieth Century Asia. (Murphey)

Biology 301. Writing for Biologists. Sections 001-012. (Helling)

Chemistry479. Technical Communication in Chemistry.
Section 100. (Blinder)

Communication 302. Writing for the Mass Media. Sections 003- 005.

405. The Media and the Arts. Sections 001-003.

427. Preparation of Radio and TV Continuity.
Sections 001-003. (Oswald)

Comparative Literature430. Comparative Studies in Fiction.
Section 001 Faust and the Faust Legend in English Translation. (Amrine)

Computer Science 481/EECS 481. Software Engineering. Sect. 001-003.

Economics 466. Economics of Population. Section 001. (Lam)

491/Hist. 491. The History of the American Economy. Sections 001-002. (Levenstein)

495. Seminar in Economics.
Section 001 Quantitative Research in Macroeconomics. (Barsky)
Section 002 Applied Macroeconomic Modelling. (Salant)

English325. Essay Writing. Sections 001, 003-006, & 008.

329. Practical English. Section 001. (Rabkin)

351. Literature in English after 1660.
Sections 001-007. (Krook)

370. Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Literature.
Section 001 Poetic Form and Style. (Smith)
Section 002 Some Elizabethan
Texts.
(Ingram)
Section 003 The Monstrous Other in Early English Literature. (Tanke)

371. Studies in Literature, 1600-1830.
Section 001 Metaphysical and Neoclassical in 17th-Century: Poetry to the Restoration. (English)
Section 002 Public Narratives and Public Matters. (Artis)
Section 003. (Cloyd)
Section 004 Squeaking Boy and Roaring Girl: Acting the Self. (Skantze)

417. Senior Seminar.
Section 001 Contemporary Nature Writers/Writing. (Knott)
Section 002 Early Women Writers. (Tinkle)
Section 003 Romantic and Cyborgs: A Short History of Literary Criticism, 1790-1994. (Yaeger)
Section 004 Comparative Literature: Literature in USA & in Africa. (Johnson)
Section 005 An Idea of Limits: Expectations of Race, Gender & Culture in Contemporary American Poetry and Related Locations. (Moss)
Section 006 Fitzgerald & Hemingway. (Eby)
Section 007 Confessional Poetry. (Terada)

Film and Video Studies

451/Amer. Cult. 490. American Film Genres.
The Problem of Evil in American Culture. Sections 002-004 only. (Eagle)

455. Topics in Film Studies.
Section 001 Sexuality, Gender Politics, and Feminism in East European Cinema. (Eagle)

German 442. Faust and the Faust Legend in English Translation. Section 001. (Amrine)

History 396. History Colloquium.
Section 001 The Church and the Jews. (Bodian)
Section 002 Anglo-Saxon Ethnologies. (Trautmann)
Section 003 Political Culture in Britain and France, C. 1750-1850. (Wahrman)
Section 004 Athenian Democracy. (Loomis)
Section 005 The Immigrant Experience in America. (Linderman)
Section 006 Michigan in the Era of Industrialization. (Blouin)
Section 007 Language and Knowledge in the 19th Century. (Turner)
Section 008 Memory and Identity in Twentieth-Century United States. (Cándida Smith)

397. History Colloquium.
Section 004 Tradition, Development, Nationalism, and War in Twentieth Century Asia. (Murphey)

491/Econ. 491. The History of the American Economy. Sections 001-002. (Levenstein)

History of Art 391. Survey of Japanese Painting.
Section 001. (Reynolds)

Institute for the Humanities311. Topics in Interdisciplinary Studies.
Section 001 Anglo-Saxon Ethnologies. (Trautmann)

Judaic Studies468/GNE 468/Rel. 469. Jewish Mysticism.
Section 001. (Ginsburg)

Linguistics318. Types of Languages. Section 001. (Hook)

350. Perspectives on Second Language Learning and Second Language Instruction.
Section 001. (Madden)

Near Eastern Studies GNE 446. Modern Near Eastern Literature.
Section 001. (Stewart-Robinson)

GNE 468/Jud. Stud. 468/Rel. 469. Jewish Mysticism. Section 001. (Ginsburg)

GNE 469. Jewish Civilization. Section 001. (Schramm)

Philosophy 389. History of Philosophy: Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. Section 001. (Loeb)

Physics465. Senior Seminar. Section 001.

Political Science418/Women's Studies 418. Women and the Political System. Section 001. (Burns)

460. Problems in World Politics. Section 001. (Huth)

453. Government and Politics of the Middle East. Section 001. (Crystal)

472. International Security Affairs. Section 001. (Huth)

475. Soviet and Russian Foreign Policy.
Section 001 Russian Foreign Policy. (Zimmerman)

Psychology331(511). Laboratories in Biopsychology.
Section 001. (Becker)

341. Superlab in Psychology as a Natural Science.
Sections 001-005. (Ahn)

350. Introduction to Developmental Psychology.
Section 007 only.

351. Advanced Laboratory in Developmental Psychology. Sections 001-003.

381/Soc. 472. Advanced Laboratory in Social Psychology. Sections 001-003.

391. Advanced Laboratory in Personality.
Sections 001-002. (Stewart)

442. Perception, Science, and Reality.
Section 001. (Pachella)

Religion310/CAAS 335. Religion in the Afro-American Experience. Sections 001-007. (Miles)

469/GNE 468/Jud. Stud. 468. Jewish Mysticism.
Section 001. (Ginsburg)

Residential College CoursesHumanities 312/Slavic 312. Central European Cinema. Section 001. (Eagle)

Humanities 320. Advanced Narration.
Section 001. (Hecht)

Humanities 322. Advanced Creative Writing for Children and Young Adults.
Section 001 Evil in Children's Literature. (Balducci)

Humanities 325, 326, 425, 426 Creative Writing Tutorials. (Hecht/Mikolowski/Balducci)

Humanities 333. Art and Culture.
Section 001 Traditions & Invention: Aspects of the Arts in the Eighteenth Century. (Hennessey)

Humanities 452/Russian 452. Survey of Russian Literature. Section 001. (Bartlett)

Humanities 472. Arts and Ideas Senior Seminar. Section 001 Television Text Analysis and Viewer Response Studies: Research, Interpretation, Criticism. (Morris)

Social Science 360. Social Science Junior Seminar.
Section 003 Exploring the Boundary Between Politics and Science. (Wright)
Section 004 International Grassroots Development: Perspectives from the Field. (Fox)

Social Science 460. Social Science Senior Seminar.
Section 001 Contemporary Social Theories: Recent Paradigm Contenders. (M. Heirich)
Section 002 Research Seminar on the Cultural Politics of Class in Southeast Michigan. (Rouse)

Romance Languages and LiteraturesFrench 401. French Literature in Translation. Section 001 French Feminocentrism. (Chambers)

French 440. Le cinéma français. Section 001. (White)

Slavic Languages and LiteraturesRussian 450. Twentieth-Century Russian Literature. Section 001. (Makin)

Russian 452/RC Hums. 452. Survey of Russian Literature. Section 001. (Bartlett)

Slavic Film 312/RC Hums. 312. Central European Cinema. Section 001 Sexuality, Gender Politics and Feminism in East European Cinema. (Eagle)

Sociology 310. Introduction to Research Methods.
Sections 001-003.

454. Law and Social Organization.
Section 001. (Somers)

472/Psych. 381. Advanced Laboratory in Social Psychology. Sections 001-003.

Women's Studies418/Poli. Sci. 418. Women and the Political System.
Section 001. (Burns)

483. Special Topics.
Section 002 Women and Exile. (Behar)
Section 004 Early Women Writers. (Tinkle)

College of Engineering

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

481/CS 481. Software Engineering. Sections 001-003.

Technical Communication486. Design of Computer Documentation. Sect. 001

498. Technical & Professional Writing. All Sections.

ONLY students in the LS&A/Engineering Joint Degree Program and Computer Science concentrators may use these courses to satisfy the JR/SR Writing Requirement. While these courses may be used to meet the JR/SR Writing Requirement, the credits are counted as NON- LS&A.