AIS at Newark

AIS Minor Now Available at Newark

Professor Lucy Murphy (murphy.500@osu.edu), in the department of History, serves as the official adviser for students minoring in AIS on the Newark campus. More information about events and opportunities at Newark coming soon!


Upcoming Newark AIS Coursework

Autumn 2016 | Spring 2016

Autumn 2016

Arts Adminstration and Education

2367.01, Visual Culture: Investigating Diversity and Social Justice

  • 11552, TR 2:20-3:40, TBA, John Richardson - NEWARK CAMPUS

History

2070, Natives and Newcomers: Immigration and Migration in U.S. History

  • 22260, MW 9:35-10:55, room TBA, Lucy Murphy - NEWARK CAMPUS

2070H, Natives and Newcomers: Immigration and Migration in U.S. History

  • 21735, MW 12:45-2:05, room TBA, Lucy Murphy - NEWARK CAMPUS

2071, American Indians of the Midwest

  • 33737, TR 3:55-5:15, room TBA, John Low - NEWARK CAMPUS

Linguistics

3501, American Indigenous Languages

  • 31746, MW 5:30-6:50, room TBA, John Low - NEWARK CAMPUS

Spring 2016

Anthropology

2202, Peoples and Cultures: An Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

  • 25010, TR 9:35-10:55, room TBA, Robert Cook - NEWARK CAMPUS
  • 25011, MWF 12:45-1:40, room TBA, Bryan Aubry - NEWARK CAMPUS
  • 31333, MWF 3:05-4:00, room TBA, Bryan Aubry - NEWARK CAMPUS

Arts Adminstration and Education

2367.01, Visual Culture: Investigating Diversity and Social Justice

  • 14689, TR 2:20-3:40, room TBA, John Richardson - NEWARK CAMPUS

Comparative Studies

2105, Literature and Ethnicity

  • 27390, TR 11:10-12:30, room TBA, John Low - NEWARK CAMPUS

2323, Introduction to American Indian Studies

  • 27391, TR 3:55-5:15, room TBA, John Low - NEWARK CAMPUS

History

3070, Native American History from European Contact to Removal: 1560-182

  • 31756, MW 5:30-6:50, room TBA, John Low - NEWARK CAMPUS
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