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Title: Governing Wabash
Course Section Number: HIS-240-01
Department: History
Description: We often refer to Wabash College as a community - and, like in any community, politics and government play an important role in shaping the experiences of its members. In this course we'll examine how Wabash is governed; that is, we'll explore the variety of formal and informal processes that are used to make decisions on behalf of the College community. We'll delve into specific instances of communal decision-making from the 1830s through the present to understand why the College operates as it does, how certain campus traditions came into being (and why some have disappeared), and the extent to which Wabash's governance procedures hinder and promote equity and inclusion.
Credits: 1.00
Start Date: January 17, 2022
End Date: May 7, 2022
Meeting Information: 01/18/2022-05/05/2022 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 01:10PM - 02:25PM, Malcolm X Institute, Room 214
Faculty: Gelbman, Shamira

Course Status & Cross-Listings

Cross-list Group Capacity: 18
Cross-list Group Student Count: 13
Calculated Course Status: OPEN
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