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Spring 2013 Courses

Maine Studies interdisciplinary courses:

  • MES 101, Introduction to Maine Studies, Katherine O’Flaherty, Mondays, 4:00-6:45, 157 Hitchner Hall
  • MES 101, Introduction to Maine Studies, Emma Schroeder, online
  • MES 201, The Maine Coast, Jennifer Pickard, online
  • MES 498, Topics in Maine Studies: Maine and the Northeast Borderlands, Carol Toner and Betsy Beattie, Wednesdays, 4:00-6:45, 327 Chadbourne Hall
  • MES 520: Topics: A Midwife’s Tale and the Social Web, team taught by Toner, Hough, Haggard, Hakola, Pickard, and Veilleux, online
  • MES 540, Maine and the Northeast Borderlands, Carol Toner and Betsy Beattie, Wednesdays, 4:00-6:45, 327 Chadbourne Hall and compressed video statewide
  • MES 598, Directed Study in Maine Studies, contact Carol Toner at 581-3147 or Toner@maine.edu

 

Discipline-based Maine-related courses that count toward the Maine Studies minor and the Certificate in Maine Studies:

  • ENG 244, Writers of Maine, Judy Hakola, M-W-F 1:10-2:00, 104 Jenness Hall
  • FAS 250, The Acadian Experience, Mary Okin, online
  • GEO 212, Geography of Maine – Stephen Hornsby, T-Th 2-3:15, 100 Lord Hall
  • HTY 210, History of Maine, Jennifer Pickard, online
  • HTY 211, Maine and the Sea, Warren Riess, online
  • NAS 102, Introduction to Wabanaki Culture, History, and Contemporary Issues, John    Bear Mitchell, Wednesdays 4-6:45, 207 Shibles Hall and statewide ITV
  • NAS 201, Topics: Wabanaki Language, Roger Paul, Th, 5-7:30, 218 Little Hall
  • WST 401/INT 491, A Midwife’s Tale and the Social Web, Toner, Hough, Haggard, Hakkola, Pickard, and Veilleux, online

 

 

Please Call 207-581- 3143 to register for classes

 

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