Best of WesMaps: Fall 2016 Edition

best of wesmapsIt’s that time of year again — the time when we all realize we are still students, floating along in some sort of academic miasma, once again subject to the horrors of preregistration. Thankfully, wilk and I have compiled our favorite course listings for next fall in case you still have some slots open in your list, like the following:

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“Temporality” is no longer a course buzzword, considering that the only course with the word in its title is Queer Times: Poetics and Politics of Temporality (ENGL 378/FGSS 326). However, you still have some chances to contemplate the Big Questions of the Universe. If you wanna get really existential:

A lot of WesMaps for the fall is also considerably more vague and broad than it has been in the past. I was talking to one of my roommates about fall courses and they said, “WesMaps is kind of.. boring this year? Nothing is really that interesting.” IS NOTHING SACRED?

At the same time, though, we have your classic “Thing and Thing: Various Concepts in Some Particular Time or Field”:

All this aside, although “temporality” is no longer everyone’s favorite word, I might venture that Fall 2016’s theme is SEX AND DEATH, based on the following: