INT 185IV / THTR 42/142
Instructor: Ellen K. Anderson
Tuesday 11:00-11:50, TD-E 2609
Friday 6-10:50 PM, Embarcadero Hall
This course produces a weekly performance series in Isla Vista. Students get first-hand experience in the rigors of theatrical production, as they learn to execute all logistical, technical and promotional details. The course is affiliated with Isla Vista Arts (www.islavista-arts.org).
Enrollment: A maximum of 16 units of Theater 42 and 142 combined may be accepted for credit in the major. For more information, contact email@example.com.
WORD: Isla Vista Arts and Culture Magazine
Instructor: Ellen K. Anderson and D.J. Palladino
Friday 3-5 PM,TD-W 1701
The course publishes a free quarterly magazine that is designed, compiled, researched, written, edited, and distributed by students. We explore the burgeoning artistic endeavors in Isla Vista and highlight topical issues uncovered by student editors. Attendance at all production meetings is mandatory.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Writing Workshop for Student Veterans and their Loved Ones
Instructor: Susan Derwin
Monday 5:00-7:00 PM, 6056 HSSB
This creative writing workshop is for veterans and loved ones of veterans who wish to write about their military experiences. Participants will share and discuss their work with each other in an informal setting. For more information, contact Susan Derwin: email@example.com.
Urban Art Workshop
Instructor: Holly Unruh and Ann Hefferman
Wednesday 4-7 PM and additional times TBA
In this course students will have the opportunity to design and execute a public mural in Isla Vista, driven through creative brainstorming exercises. Enrollment is by permission of the instructors: please contact Holly Unruh: firstname.lastname@example.org. The first class will be held April 3 in 6056 HSSB.
INT 594 AB
This course is affiliated with the Ancient Borderlands Research Focus Group. The Ancient Borderlands Research Focus Group unites UCSB faculty and graduate students with common research interests in the history of Mediterranean antiquity, broadly conceived. We are investigating the process by which groups define, create and maintain their identities over time. The creation of boundaries, among ethnic, political, or religious groups, is a dynamic activity that can be reflected, not only by changes in material culture, but also in the rhetorical strategies adopted by ancient authors and the political tactics pursued by those seeking power. As members of several departments, including Classics, History, Religious Studies, and Anthropology, we are also interested in challenging the disciplinary boundaries between us, believing that we have much to learn from one another.