SPRING 2012 COURSES
North American Politics: United States and Canada
William Green, Professor of Government
Morehead State University, email@example.com
North American Politics will look north to Canada, our largest trading partner, as it looks south at us: a country ten times its population whose culture exercises an hydraulic effect on its way of life. To explore these two distinct, but intimately-related nations which share the North American continent, the course will focus on their national origins and cultural foundations, their political institutions and their health, environmental, trade, energy, and security policies.
This course will originate from Morehead State University, use the MSU Blackboard server, and be taught by Dr. William Green, MSU Professor of Government. This course may be taken by Morehead State and EKU students. At MSU, it is GOVT 329 and IST 329 and at EKU, it is POL 405. After you register for this course on your home campus, email Professor Green at firstname.lastname@example.org and provide him with your email address. He will email you basic course information. Then purchase your books through the MSU campus bookstore.
Survey of French Literature
John Secor, Associate Professor of Romance Languages
Morehead State University, email@example.com
Survey of French Literature will examine the major works French and Quebecois authors, especially their short of stories, from the French Revolution to the present, including Contes traditionnels du Canada, Anthologie de la nouvelle québécoise actuelle, Jacques Pasquet, Contes inuit de la banquise, Guy de Maupassant, La Parure et autres nouvelles, Lonora Miano, Afropean Soul et autres nouvelles, and some short stories by Félix Leclerc and one by Roch Carrier ("Le maillot").
Survey of French Literature will originate from Morehead State University, use MSU Blackboard server, and be taught by Dr. John Secor, Associate Professor of Romance Languages at MSU. You may take this course only if you are a MSU student. At MSU, this course is listed as French 304. Survey of French Literature, II. After you register for this course, email Professor Secor at firstname.lastname@example.org who will provide you with the course information.