P&P offers Gateway, Foundations and Electives courses from a wide array of offerings across the disciplines.

Students may request that the Academic Director count a course that does not appear on the list below. Courses taken to satisfy a major or minor may also count among the classes contributing to the Academic Cluster. Of the courses you choose to complete the Cluster program, classes should represent at least three distinct academic disciplines (e.g., history, sociology, philosophy).

This list is subject to change. Not all courses will be available every year or to every student. Some courses may be restricted to majors and/or have prerequisites. If you have questions regarding a particular course, please contact the instructor or sponsoring department.

Some courses not included below may count toward the P&P elective. Please contact the Academic Director for permission to substitute. Explore electives from previous semesters.

The Capstone course is not running in the Spring semester.

Fall 2021

AMST 0175 Immigrant America
AMST 0234 American Consumer Culture
AMST 0260 American Disability Studies
AMST 0262 Class, Culture, and Representation
AMST 0307 Issues in Critical Disability Studies: U.S. and the World
ANTH 0274 The Causes, Dynamics, and Consequences of International Migration
ANTH 0287 Medical Anthropology: Approaches to Affliction and Healing
ECON 0207 Economics and Gender
ECON 0418 Macroeconomics of Depressions
ECON 0466 Environment and Development
EDST 0215 Culturally Responsive Pedagogy
EDST/BLST 0115 Education in the USA
ENAM 0115 Multi-Ethnic American Literature
ENVS 0208 Environmental Justice in the Anthropocene
ENVS 0209 Gender Health Environment
ENVS 0210 Social Class and the Environment
ENVS 0230 Environmental Health
ENVS 0401 Community Engaged Practicum
GEOG 0209 Human Geography of Hazards
GEOG 0210 Geographic Perspectives on International Development
GEOG/ENVS 0120 Human Geography with GIS
GSFS 0191 Intro to Sociology of Gender
GSFS 0200 Feminist Foundations
GSFS 0200 Foundations in Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies
GSFS 0209 Gender Health Environment
GSFS 0288 Writing Race and Class
GSFS 0313 White People
GSFS/DANC 0284 Modern Dance History in the United States: Early Influences to Postmodern Transformations
HARC 0372 AS/Habitat for Humanity Housing Unit: From Design Development to Bidding
HIST 0114 History of Modern Africa
HIST 0215 America, 1955-1991
HIST 0225 African American History
HIST/GSFS 0373 History of American Women: 1869-1999
IGST/PSCI 0427 How Democracies Die
INTD 0130 Business Ethics
INTD 0235 Social Entrepreneurship & Global Health
INTD 0280 Middlebury’s Foodprint: Introduction to Food Systems Issues
LNGT 0102 Introduction to Sociolinguistics
PSCI 0311 American Foreign Policy
PSCI 0465 City Politics
RELI 0271 Death in Latin America
SOCI 0240 Inequality and the American Dream
SOCI 0288 Deviance and Social Control
SOCI 0356 The Continuing Significance of Race in the United States
SOCI/GSFS 0376 Politics of Identity
WRPR 0210 Social Class & the Environment
WRPR 0288 Writing, Race, and Class

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