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Fall 2014 Courses

Maine Studies Courses for Fall Semester, 2014

  • MES 101 (0991) – Introduction to Maine Studies, online, Jennifer Pickard
  • MES 101 (0860) – Introduction to Maine Studies, 107 Boardman Hall, Mondays 5:30 to 8:00 PM, Joanna Crouse
  • MES 201 (0990) – The Maine Coast, online, Robert Gee
  • MES 498 (0981) – Advanced Topics in Maine Studies – Exploring Interdisciplinarity – Wednesdays, 4:00-6:45, 327 Chadbourne Hall (and state-wide polycom receive sites), Carol Toner and Betsy Beattie
  • MES 520 (0990) – Advanced Topics in Maine Studies: Maine and the American Revolution – online, Warren Riess
  • MES 520 (0991) – Advanced Topics in Maine Studies: Native American Folklore – online, Pauleena MacDougall
  • MES 520 (0992) – Advanced Topics in Maine Studies: History of Maine – online, Jennifer Pickard
  • MES 598 (0860) – Directed Study in Maine Studies – contact Carol Toner (581-3147)

Online discipline-based courses that are Maine-related:

  • ANT 426 – Native American Folklore, online, Pauleena MacDougall
  • FAS 240 – French Exploraton and Settlement of Maine, 1604-1760, online, Mary Okin
  • HTY 210 – Maine History, online, Jennifer Pickard
  • HTY 211 – Maine and the Sea, online, Warren Riess
 

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