What's a Class You Could ONLY Teach at Hampshire?

  • Hampshire faculty create interdisciplinary, hands-on courses. Here are just a few of our favorite titles:
    • Theatre of the Oppressed
    • Molecular Metaphor
    • Quantum Mechanics for the Myriad
    • Drawing into Abstraction
    • Audio Culture
    • Designing Treasure Hunts
  • Sometimes, professors co-teach courses, bringing together their areas of expertise to explore something new.
  • About ⅔ of Hampshire faculty prefer coffee over tea.
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Tea.

Coffee.

Coffee.

Definitely coffee these days.

Tea.

Coffee.

Coffee.

Tea.

Coffee.

Coffee.

Coffee.

Earl Grey hot.

Definitely coffee.

Both.

Hot water.

Coffee.

Tea-- oh, no, coffee. Coffee.

Most of them.

It would be the Structure of Words, evidence from the Hebrew, Arabic, and English.

I think that would be Sex on the Brain, which looks at gender, and sex, and sexuality.

Theater of the Oppressed.

Bicycle Frame Design and Fabrication.

Molecular Metaphor, it's a first-year class that is mixing science and philosophy.

Sex and Death.

Coffee.

Quantum Mechanics for the Myriad, and it's an introduction, first semester of college physics that doesn't begin with stuff we later tell you was wrong.

Drawing into Abstraction.

Audio Culture, which I teach with a composer friend, Dan Warner.

Sundials.

Designing Treasure Hunts.

Physics of Color in the Context of the Visual Arts.

Critical Pedagogy of Place.

Systems Thinking.

Integrated Sciences Systems Thinking.

And Collapse Phenomenon. And actually all of my classes.

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