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Spring 2020


List of COVID-19 related course content in the University of Maine's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences during the 2020 Spring Semester. Includes descriptions from:

  • Kristin Vekasi, Associate Professor, Political Science for POS 349: Politics of Media and Censorship;
  • Frederic Rondeau, Associate Professor, Modern Languages and Classics for Introduction to French Classics Novels of the XX-XXI century;
  • Marcella Sorg (Research Professor, Department of Anthropology, Climate Change Institute, and Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center for ANT 260: Forensic Anthropology;
  • Derek Michaud, Lecturer, Philosophy; Coordinator of Religious Studies and Judaic Studies for PHI 105: Introduction to Religious Studies and PHI 100: Contemporary Moral Problems;
  • Ayesha Maliwal, Lecturer, Mathematics and Statistics for MAT 116: Introduction to Calculus;
  • Kirsten Jacobson, Chair, Philosophy for PHI 104: Existentialism and Literature and PHI 431: Advanced Topics in the Philosophy of Art;
  • Liliana Herakova, Lecturer, Communication and Journalism for CMJ420 SL: Health Communication;
  • Mark Brewer for POS 348: The Politics of Sport.

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COVID-19_College of Liberal Arts and Sciences_2020_06_08f

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Part of group of content submitted to the University of Maine COVID-19 Community Archive by Jonathon Jue-Wong, Administrative Coordinator, The Office of the Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs & Provost on June 8, 2020. The content was submitted to the Provost Office following a call for requests to University of Maine faculty for how they had incorporated discussions of the COVID-19 pandemic into course work.

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