Introduction to Latin American Studies (LAS 111) is a discussion-based course that approaches “culture” broadly to include a wide spectrum of everyday experiences, leaving students ready for subsequent work in this field of study
In a vibrant and illuminating follow-up to her award-winning story collection, Useful Phrases for Immigrants, May-lee Chai's latest collection explores multicultural complexities through lenses of class, wealth, age, gender, and sexuality. An Authors and Artists Podcast episode.
History of Ancient Greece traces the history of Ancient Greece from 3000 to 323 BCE, covering the rise of the Greek city-state and the simultaneous development of the Athenian empire and its domestic democracy.
Although we may not be aware of it, we do philosophy every day, says Assistant Professor of Philosophy Jennifer Dobe. Dobe teaches Philosophy for Life (PHI 121) and says that we, as humans, use philosophy in our daily lives but rarely think about it.
Econometrics (ECN 286) is a challenging, higher-level course that will help you understand applied economic research, carry out your own research projects, and to establish relationships within the field
The Grinnell College Libraries has expanded research services for scholarly journal articles.