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|ENGL 2720||Spring||AMERICAN FOLKLORE||3.0||-||05/05 - 06/20||Gabbert, Lisa|
|Principal ethnic, regional, and occupational folk groups in America. Relations between folklore and American history, literature, and society. Key genres in American folklore (narrative, art, song, etc.) and their role in American culture. Also taught as ANTH 2720 and HIST 2720. Taught during alternate years. (F,Sp)|
|LAEP 1030 (BCA)||Spring||INTRO LANDSCAPE ARCH (BCA)||3.0||M W||9:00 - 11:30 AM||06/23 - 08/09||Anderson, David|
|Environment as a basis for land use and design decisions. Topics discussed include environmental awareness, the planning and design process, and design related to open space, communities, and the region. Three one-hour lectures per week. Semester(s) Traditionally Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer|