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Fall 2012 Courses

Maine Studies Courses for Fall 2012

(to register for undergraduate courses call 581-3143, for graduate  course call 581-3219)

  • MES 101, Introduction to Maine Studies, online, Katherine O’Flaherty
  • MES 101, Introduction to Maine Studies, online, Jennifer Pickard
  • MES 201, The Maine Coast, Carol Toner, Hybrid:Tue., 4:00-5:15 on compressed video + online
  • MES 498, Exploring Interdisciplinarity, Toner and Beattie, compressed video, Wed., 4:00-6:45
  • MES 520, Folklore of Maine and the Maritime Providences, Pauleena MacDougall, compressed video, Thur., 4:00-6:45
  • MES 598, Directed Study in Maine Studies, contact Carol Toner
  • LIB 500, Exploring Interdisciplinarity, Toner and Beattie, compressed video, Wed., 4:00-6:45

 

Discipline-based Maine-related courses

  • ENG 244, Writers of Maine, Margery Irvine, TuTh, 11:00-12:15
  • ENG 244, Writers of Maine, Joanna Crouse, compressed video, Wed. 5:30 – 8:00 PM
  • ERS 102, Environmental Geology of Maine, Amanda Olsen, TuTh, 12:30-1:45, 100 Bryand Global Science Center; lab: Mon., 1:10-4:00
  • FAS 101, Intro to Franco American STudies, Susan Pinette, TuTh, 9:30-10:45, 301 Dunn Hall
  • FAS 240, French Exporation and Settlement of Maine, 1604-1760, Mary Okin, online
  • NAS 102, Intro to Wabanaki Culture, History and Cont. Issues, John B. Mitchell, ITV, Wed. 1:10-3:55
  • HTY 211, Maine and the Sea, Warren Riess, online
  • HTY 398, Maine in the American Revolution, online
 

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