Course Schedule by Term

These are the current course offerings in Sociology. Note that this list may differ from previously published listings in the ORC; this list is most recent and should be the version used when planning your course selections.  Please see individual course-group webpages (First Year Seminars, Introductory, Methods, Theory, Lower Division, Upper Division, Culminating Experience) for available syllabi.

Fall 2018

  • 1 Introductory Sociology Campbell 9L
  • 10 Quantitative Analysis of Social Data Houle 10
  • 11 Research Methods Rogers  10A
  • 15 Sociological Classics Clark 9L
  • 20 Sex, Death, and Migration Lin 10A
  • 35 Sociology of Mental Health Houle 2
  • 49.09 Critical Political Economy Grinberg 11
  • 50 Sociology of Law King 12
  • 61 Gender (In)equality Lin 2A
  • 68 Global Health Systems Jones 10A
  • 79.08 Lest We Forget: History, Collective Memory and Slavery at Dartmouth King 3A
  • 79.09 Global Inequality Protests Grinberg 2
  • 80 Independent Study (permission required prior to registering) ARR
  • 90 Senior Independent Study (permission required prior to registering) ARR
  • 98 Honors Thesis (permission required prior to registering) ARR

Winter 2019

  • 7.07 FYS: Sociological Perspectives on Social Stratification and Inequality in the U.S.: A Century of Continuity and Change Houle 2
  • 10 Quantitative Analysis of Social Data Houle 10 and  Lin  2A
  • 27 Organizations in Society Harrington 10A
  • 34 Health Disparities Walton 2
  • 47 Race and Ethnicity Walton 10
  • 48 Immigration, Race and Ethnicity (Identical to GEOG 28/LATS 40) Wright 10A
  • 53 Power, Politics and the State Campbell 11
  • 56 Sociology of Gender (Identical to WGSS 34.04) McCabe 10A
  • 58 Education and Inequality (Identical to EDUC 24) McCabe 2A
  • 66 Markets and Management Harrington 2A
  • 79.11 Nationalism and the Radical Right Pasieka 9L
  • 80 Independent Study (permission required prior to registering) ARR
  • 90 Senior Independent Study (permission required prior to registering) ARR
  • 91 Sociological Imagination Kaiser 10A
  • 98 Honors Thesis (permission required prior to registering) ARR

Spring 2019

  • 7.01 FYS: Race and Ethnicity Walton 9L
  • 11 Research Methods McCabe 10A
  • 26 Capitalism, Prosperity and Crisis Parsa 9L
  • 36 Sociology of the Family Walton 2
  • 46 Constructing Black Womanhood (Identical to AAAS 25 and WGSS 33) King 3B
  • 49.18 Third World Revolutions Parsa 2
  • 66 Markets and Management Harrington 10A
  • 79.xx Groups and Teams in Organizations Harrington 2A
  • 80 Independent Study (permission required prior to registering) ARR
  • 90 Senior Independent Study (permission required prior to registering) ARR
  • 91 Sociological Imagination King 10A
  • 98 Honors Thesis (permission required prior to registering) AR

 

Summer 2019

  • 22 Sociology of International Development Parsa 9L
  • 44 Complexities of Latino Identities in the United States (Identical to LATS 5) Gomez 10A
  • 49.02 Theories of Democratization and the Case of Iran Parsa 2
  • 80 Independent Study (permission required prior to registering) ARR
  • 90 Senior Independent Study (permission required prior to registering) ARR
  • 98 Honors Thesis (permission required prior to registering) ARR

Fall 2019

  • 1 Introductory Sociology Campbell 9L
  • 10 Quantitative Analysis of Social Data Houle 10 and Lin 10A
  • 11 Research Methods Rogers  10A
  • 15 Sociological Classics Dixon 9L
  • 23 Social Movements Dixon 12
  • 35 Sociology of Mental Health Houle 2
  • 50 Sociology of Law King 12
  • 53 Power, Politics and the State Campbell 11
  • 61 Gender, Work and Family Lin 2A
  • 65 Social Psychology of Inequality Rogers 2A
  • 79.08 Lest We Forget: History, Collective Memory and Slavery at Dartmouth King 3A
  • 80 Independent Study (permission required prior to registering) ARR
  • 90 Senior Independent Study (permission required prior to registering) ARR
  • 98 Honors Thesis (permission required prior to registering) ARR

Winter 2020

  • 7.01 FYS: Race and Ethnicity Walton 10
  • 7.07 FYS: Sociological Perspectives on Social Stratification and Inequality in the U.S.: A Century of Continuity and Change Houle 2
  • 15 Sociological Classics Dixon 9L
  • 16 Constructing Social Theory Campbell  11
  • 20 Population and Society Lin 10A
  • 28 Health Care and Health Care Policy Lin 2A
  • 34 Health Disparities Walton 2
  • 54 Chasing the (Causal) Dragon: Intermediate Quantitiative Analysis for Sociologists Houle10
  • 58 Education and Inequality (Identical to EDUC 24) McCabe 2A
  • 70 American Labor Relations Dixon 12
  • 80 Independent Study (permission required prior to registering) ARR
  • 90 Senior Independent Study (permission required prior to registering) ARR
  • 91 Sociological Imagination Lively 10A
  • 98 Honors Thesis (permission required prior to registering) ARR

Spring 2020

  • 1 Introdcution to Sociology Rogers 10
  • 7.x FYS: Emotion and Culture Lively 10A
  • 11 Research Methods McCabe 10A
  • 26 Capitalism, Prosperity and Crisis Parsa 9L
  • 33 Self and Society Lively 2A
  • 38 Status and Power in Social Interaction Rogers 12
  • 42 A Sociological Introduction to the Asian American Experience Walton 2
  • 47 Race and Ethnicity Walton 10
  • 49.18 Third World Revolutions Parsa 2
  • 80 Independent Study (permission required prior to registering) ARR
  • 90 Senior Independent Study (permission required prior to registering) ARR
  • 91 Sociological Imagination
  • 98 Honors Thesis (permission required prior to registering) AR