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Musical Cultures of the Gulf South Coordinate Major

The Gulf South produced a distinctive set of musical cultures that continues to influence national and international musical currents: jazz, blues, zydeco, Cajun music, and brass-band music. As a city central to the African diaspora, New Orleans gave birth to a pan-African regional culture equally influenced by immigrants from the Caribbean – Cuba and Haiti, in particular – as by the ruling nations of Spain and France.

The mission of this coordinate undergraduate major is to educate students in the underlying currents of these musical cultures through a historical grasp of the Atlantic slave trade, the rituals of expressive culture and resistance in the Caribbean, and the social, environmental, economic, and political history of the region. The Gulf South extends from Texas across the coasts of Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi, around Florida into the Caribbean, where Cuba lies a mere 90 miles away. "New Orleans music" is a rubric that stretches from ragtime to hiphop, and includes the city's seminal influence on rock and roll, funk, and rhythm and blues, as each assumed national form. New Orleans remains the site of a range of vibrant living cultural traditions, including the Mardi Gras Indians; the second-line culture of Social Aid and Pleasure clubs, and Creole and Cajun cuisine.

This coordinate major is offered under the auspices of the New Orleans Center for the Gulf South. Please contact MCGS program director Rebecca Snedeker with questions.

Requirements

Musical Cultures of the Gulf South is an interdisciplinary, 27-credit program. Three required core courses encompass the fields of Anthropology, Ethnomusicology, History, Theatre and Dance, and Urban Geography. Electives courses are offered in African and African Diaspora Studies, Communication, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Economics, English, Environmental Studies, French, History, Theatre and Dance, Urban Studies. Students are welcome to petition program director for elective course credit for courses that are not cross-listed. Students must first declare a major in another discipline before declaring the MCGS coordinate major.

Core Classes (3) The following three courses are required.

Course Code Course Name
MCGS 2000 Introduction to the Musical Cultures of the Gulf South (Matt Sakakeeny- Music, Professor of Record; with units lead by Richard Campanella-Urban Geography, Rien Fertel-History, and Beverly Trask-Theatre and Dance)
MUSC 1900 Music in New Orleans (Matt Sakakeeny)
ANTH 3395 Ethnography of Performance in New Orleans and French Louisiana (Nick Spitzer)

3000-Level or Above Classes (3) From the electives listed below, students must take one 3000-level or above course in the fields of Music, History, and Anthropology.

Course Area Course Name
Music example: MUSC 3360 The Latin Tinge
History example: HISB 3230 The Atlantic Slave Trade
Anthropology example: ANTH 3093 Creoles and Creolization

Electives (3)

Students must take a minimum of 3 additional electives or nine credits from the courses listed in order to reach a minimum of 27 credits for the major. A total of two 1000-level courses can count towards the coordinate major. No more than two dance courses can count towards the major.

The courses listed below qualify or have qualified as electives for the MCGS major. Some of these courses are not currently being taught, but remain on the list to help convey this major’s scope of study. Again, students are welcome to petition program director for credit for courses not listed here.

Course Code Course Name
ADST 1550 New Orleans Hip Hop (Nghana Lewis)
ADST 2000 Introduction to African Diaspora (Chris Dunn)
ADST 3550 Black Music & Performance in New Orleans
AHST 3131 Urban Geography: New Orleans Case Study (Richard Campanella)
ANTH 3093 Creoles and Creolization (Nick Spitzer)
ANTH 4930 Languages of Louisiana (Nathalie Dajko)
COMM 2811 Media and Criminal Justice (Betsy Weiss)
COMM 3280 Media Histories (Vicki Mayer)
DANC 1910 African Dance I (Ausettua Amor Amenkum Jackson)
DANC 1950 Beginning Jazz I (Beverly Trask and Nicole Buckels)
DANC 2230 Introduction to Jazz Dance (Beverly Trask)
DANC 2910 African Dance II (Ausettua Amor Amenkum Jackson)
DANC 2950 Jazz Dance II (Ausettua Amor Amenkum Jackson)
DANC 3950 Jazz Dance III (Nicole Buckels)
DANC 3240 American/Afro-Caribbean Social and Vernacular Dance Forms (Beverly Trask)
DANC 4900 Building Community through the Arts (Barbara Hayley)
EBIO 2330 Natural History of Louisiana (Donata Henry)
ECON 4970 Economics of Slavery (Jonathan Pritchett)
ENLS 4420 Southern Literature (TBA)
FREN 4110/6110 Field Research on French in Louisiana (Tom Klingler/Natalie Dajko)
HISL 1720 Introduction to Caribbean History (Laura Rosanne Adderley)
HISB 3230 The Atlantic Slave Trade (Laura Rosanne Adderley)
HISL 4200 The History of Voodoo (Laura Rosanne Adderley)
HISL 6750 Africans in the Americas (Laura Rosanne Adderley)
HISU 1800 Early New Orleans (Emily Clark)
HISU 248 Louisiana History (Laura Kelley)
HISU 2610 The Old South (Randy Sparks)
HISU 2911 The Bloodiest War, 1861-1865 (Robert Blakeslee Gilpin)
HISU 3510 Atlantic World: 1450-1800 (Emily Clark)
HISU 3700 Introduction to African-American History: 1865-Present (Laura Rosanne Adderley)
HISU 3910 New Orleans Free People of Color (Emily Clark)
HISU 3690 African-American History to 1865 (Laura Rosanne Adderley)
HISU 4620 Autobiography and Southern Identity in the New South (Randy Sparks)
HISU 4694 The Creation of Jazz in New Orleans (Bruce Raeburn)
HISU 6420 American Revolutions (Emily Clark)
HISU 6560 Rise and Fall Plantation South (Randy Sparks)
HISU 6911 Slavery, Banjos and Moonshine (Robert Gilpin)
HISU 7620 Atlantic World Historiography (Emily Clark)
MUSC 3340 History of Jazz (David Kunian)
MUSC 3360 The Latin Tinge: Jazz and Latin American Music in New Orleans and Beyond (Dan Sharp)
MUSC 3430 The Blues In American Life (Matt Sakakeeny)
MUSC 3440 African American Music (Matt Sakakeeny)
MUSC 4930 Gospel Voices (Matt Sakakeeny)

Fall 2021 Courses

Alice Dunbar Nelson, Douglas Redd

New Orleans & Gulf South Fall 2021 Courses

Explore the interdisciplinary Musical Cultures of the Gulf South (MCGS) coordinate major! Visit liberalarts.tulane.edu/programs/nocgs/mcgs-coordinate-major and/or contact gulfsouth@tulane.edu for more information.

Required

MCGS
2000-01
Introduction to Musical Cultures of the Gulf South TR
9:30–10:45am

Electives

AFRS
2000-01
Introduction to Africana Studies
Prof. Jerome Dent
TR
9:30–10:45am
AFRS
4810-01
Sociology of Race and Ethnicity
Prof. Andrea Boyles
TR
11am–12:15pm
AFRS
4801-01
Black Diasporic Culture
Prof. Sabia McCoy-Torres
W
3–5:30pm
ANTH
1050-01, 1050-03
Native America: Introduction
Prof. Judith Maxwell & Prof. Andrew Abdalian
MWF
9–9:50am
ANTH
3560-01
Environmental Archaeology
Prof. TBD
MWF
1–1:50pm
ANTH
4130-01, 7130-01
North American Pre-History
Prof. Christopher Rodning
MWF 2–2:50pm,
M 3–3:50pm
ARCH
3731-01, 3731-02, 6731-01
Urban Geography and New Orleans Case Study
Prof. Richard Campanella
T
3:30–6:15pm
COMM
3510-01
Environmental Communication
Prof. TBD
TR
2–3:15pm
COMM
4440-01
Critical Race Theory
Prof. Mohan Ambikaipaker
TR
9:30–10:45am
DANC
1910-01
African Dance I
Prof. Ausettua Jackson
MW
5:30–6:50pm
DANC
1950-01
Jazz Dance I Prof. Beverly Trask MW
11am–12:20pm
EBIO
2360-01
Wetlands Ecology
Prof. Sunshine Van Bael
TR
12:30–1:45pm
Musical Cultures of the Gulf South logo
EBIO
3180-01, 6180-01
Plants and Human Affairs
Prof. Jelagat Cheruiyot
TR
2–3:15pm
ECON
3330-01
Environment and Natural Resources
Prof. LaPorchia Collins
MWF
12–12:50pm
EENS
1400-01
Global Climate Change
Prof. Torbjorn Tornqvist
MWF
9–9:50am
EENS
2070-01
Weather and Climate
Prof. George Flowers
TR
9:30–10:45am
EENS
3660-01
Biotic Responses to Climate Change
Prof. Jeffery Agnew
MWF
3–3:50pm
EENS
4040-01, 6040-01
Coastal Marine Geology
Prof. Mead Allison
TR
3:30–4:45pm
ENLS
2150-02
Introduction to Fiction: Race and Inclusion
Prof. Joel Dinerstein
MWF
12–12:50pm
ENLS
3620-01
Workshop Creative Writing
Prof. Michael Luke
W
5–7:30pm
ENLS
3630-02
Environmental Writing
Prof. Edward Randolph
MWF
3–3:50pm
EVST
1010-03
Introduction to Environmental Studies
Prof. Theodore Hilton
MWF
10–10:50am
Enroll in MCGS 2000: Introduction to Musical Cultures of the Gulf South! MCGS 2000 is a team-taught course that examines the region through the disciplines of urban geography, history, ethnomusicology and dance.
FREN
6085-01
Pidgins and Creolesc Prof. Thomas Klingler TR
11am–12:15pm
HISU
2670-02
American Environmental History
Prof. Andrew Horowitz
MWF
9–9:50am
HISU
2910-02
Law and US History
Prof. Walter Isaacson & Prof. Robert B. Gilpin
TR
2–3:15pm
HISU
6540-01, 6540-02
African American Culture
Prof. Laura Rosanne Adderley
M
3–5:30pm
HISU
6911-01, 6911-04
The Climate Crisis
Prof. Andrew Horowitz
F
12:30–3pm
MUSC
3340-01
History of Jazz
Prof. Courtney Bryan
TR
12:30–1:45pm
MUSC
6060-01
Culture and Power in New Orleans
Prof. Matt Sakakeeny
W
2–4:50pm
POLA
3280-01
Southern Politics
Prof. Rosalind Cook
MWF
12–12:50pm
POLA
3300-01
Race and American Politics
Prof. Mitchell Sellers
MWF
1–1:50pm
SOCI
2102-02
Sociology Race and Ethnicity
Prof. Andrea Boyles
TR
11am–12:15pm
SOCI
2600-01
Environmental Sociology
Prof. Amalia Leguizamón
MWF
12–12:50pm
SOCI
2600-01
Sociology of the Urban Environment
Prof. Christopher Oliver
M
3–5:30pm
SOCI
6112-02
Sociology of Food and Agriculture
Prof. Amalia Leguizamón
M
3–5:30pm
THEA
4750-01
African American Theater History
Prof. John Ray Proctor
TR
12:30–1:45pm

Portraits at top [left to right]: Alice Dunbar Nelson was born in New Orleans. She is a writer, poet, and essayist. Her work tackles racial oppression and the realities of African descended women. For more information, https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/alice-moore-dunbar-nelson . Douglas Redd was born in New Orleans on December 15, 1947. Redd was a mentor and teacher to emerging artists, and a coach and counselor to community folk who were often inspired enough by his talent to continue to refine and improve their own lives. For more information, https://www.ashenola.org/douglas-redd .


Past Course Offerings

Spring 2021

Amy Vivian Coney Barrett, Xuan ‘Cyndi’ Nguyen

New Orleans & Gulf South Spring 2021 Courses

Explore the interdisciplinary Musical Cultures of the Gulf South (MCGS) coordinate major! Visit liberalarts.tulane.edu/programs/nocgs/mcgs-coordinate-major and/or contact gulfsouth@tulane.edu for more information.

Required

ANTH
3096-01 to 6096-01 to 6096-02
Oral History, Performance, and Ethnography Prof. Nicholas Spitzer T
3:30-6:00pm

Electives

AFRS
2000-01
Introduction to Africana Studies
Prof. Jerome Dent
TR
9:30–10:45am
AFRS
3300-02
Black Slavery in the Atlantic
Prof. Mélanie Lamotte
M
3:00–5:30PM
AFRS
3300-04
Sociology of Black Resistance
Prof. Andrea Boyles
T
3:30–5:55PM
AFRS
4830-01
Black Women’s Health
Prof. Nghana Lewis
MWF
4:00–4:50PM
ANTH
3430-01
Archaeology of Cultural Landscape
Prof. Chris Rodning
TR
2:00–3:15PM
ANTH
3535-01, 7535-01
Native American Language & Linguistics
Prof. Judith Maxwell
MWF
11:00–11:50AM
ANTH
7093-01
Race & Migration
Prof. Sabia McCoy-Torres
TR
3:30–4:45PM
APMS
3500-01
Jazz Improvisation
Prof. Jesse McBride
ARCH
4931-01
Ethics & the Built Environment
Prof. Casius Pealer
TR
12:30–1:45PM
ARCH
3764-01, 6474-01
NOLA Geography for Architects
Prof. Richard Campanella
T
3:30–6:15PM
ARHS
6875-01, 6875-02
Race & National Myth American Art Prof. Amanda Bagneris W
9:00–11:15AM
COMM
2811-01
Race, Gender & Pop Music
Prof. Christine Capetola
TR
11:00AM–12:15PM
COMM
2811-01
Environmental Communications
Prof. Edward Randolphs
TR
12:30–1:45PM
DANC
1950-01
Jazz Dance I
Prof. Beverly Trask
MW
11:00AM–12:20PM
Musical Cultures of the Gulf South logo
DANC
2910-01
African Dance II
Prof. Ausettua Jackson
MW
5:30–6:50PM
DANC
2950-01
Jazz Dance II
Prof. Nicole Buckels
MW
4:00–5:20PM
DANC
2950-03
Jazz Dance II
Prof. Ausettua Jackson
TR
4:30–5:50PM
DANC
3950-01
Jazz Dance III
Prof. Nicole Buckels
MW
5:30–6:50PM
DANC
4900-01, 4900-02
Building Community Through the Arts
Prof. Barbara Hayley
W
3:00–5:30PM
DANC
4950-01
Jazz Dance IV
Prof. Nicole Buckels
MW
5:30–6:50PM
EBIO
2210-01
Insects & Human Interactions
Prof. Dorothy Cheriuyot
TR
2:00–3:15PM
EENS
2080-01
Extreme Weather
Prof. George Flowers
TR
2:00–3:15PM
EENS
3600-01
Science of Climate Change Prof. Nathan Hopkins MWF
11:00–11:50AM
ENLS
2730-01
Introduction to African American Literature
Prof. Nghana Lewis
MWF
5:00–5:50PM
ENLS
3620-01
Workshop Creative Writing
Prof. Michael Luke
W
5:00–7:30PM
ENLS
3620-07
Workshop Creative Writing
Prof. Constance Adler
R
3:30–5:55PM
ENLS
4030-01
Literary New Orleans
Prof. Thomas R. Johnson
TR
11:00AM–12:15PM
EVST
1010-01
Introduction to Environmental Studies
Prof. Nathan Jesse
TR
11:00AM–12:15PM
Enroll in MCGS 2000: Introduction to Musical Cultures of the Gulf South! MCGS 2000 is a team-taught course that examines the region through the disciplines of urban geography, history, ethnomusicology and dance.
EVST
4410-01, 4410-02
Seminar: Environmental Studies
Prof. Christopher Oliver
R
3:30–6:00PM
HISU
2620-02
The New South, 1865–Present
Prof. Randy Sparks
MWF
11:00–11:50AM
HISU
2911-01
The Digital Revolution
Prof. Walter Isaacson
TR
2:00–3:15PM
HISU
3120-01
NOLA Free People of Color
Prof. Emily Clark
M
12:15–2:45PM
HISU
6911-01, 6911-02
America on Trial
Prof. Randy Sparks
M
3:00–5:30PM
HISU
6912-03, 6912-04
The Katrina Disaster
Prof. Andy Horowitz
M
3:30–5:55PM
HISU
7912-01
History & Memory
Prof. Robert Gilpin
T
4:00–6:30PM
MCGS
4570-01
Internship
Prof. Denise Frazier
MCGS
4920-0
NOLA Creative Economy Lab
Prof. Vicki Mayer
MUSC
1900-0
Music in New Orleans
Prof. Matt Sakakeeny
TR
9:30–10:45AM
MUSC
3310-01
Music of Mexico & Central America
Prof. Ana Sánchez-Rojo
TR
11:00AM–12:15PM
MUSC
3340-01
History of Jazz
Prof. Ashlin Parker
MWF
11:00–11:50AM
MUSC
3440-01
Black Music, Black Lives
Prof. Matt Sakakeeny
TR
2:00–3:15PM
MUSC
6340-01
Seminar In Jazz
Prof. Ashlin Parker
MWF
11:00–11:50AM
MUSC
6940-04
New Orleans Music
Prof. Matt Sakakeeny
TR
9:30–10:45AM
POLA
3272-01
Big Easy Politics
Prof. Rosalind Cook
MWF
1:00–1:50PM
POLA
3280-01
Southern Politics
Prof. Rosalind Cook
MWF
11:00–11:50AM
SOCI
6011-01, 6011-02
Race, Culture, Nature, & Science
Prof. Christopher Oliver
W
3:00–5:30PM
SOCI
6112-01, 6112-02
Sociology of Food & Agriculture
Prof. Amalia Leguizamón
M
3:00–5:30PM

Amy Vivian Coney Barrett (top left) is an American lawyer, jurist, and former academic who serves as an associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. She’s from Metairie, Louisiana. Xuan ‘Cyndi’ Nguyen (top right) is the first Vietnamese American to serve on the City Council in New Orleans. She represents New Orleans East and the Lower 9th Ward.

Fall 2020

Oscar Dunn and Biana del Rio

New Orleans & Gulf South Fall 2020 Courses

Explore the interdisciplinary Musical Cultures of the Gulf South (MCGS) coordinate major! Visit liberalarts.tulane.edu/programs/nocgs/mcgs-coordinate-major and/or contact gulfsouth@tulane.edu for more information.

Required

MCGS
2000-01
Introduction to Musical Cultures of the Gulf South Prof. Daniel B. Sharp, Rebecca Snedeker, Denise Frazier, Michael Li, and Beverly A. Trask TR
9:30–10:45am
ANTH
3385-01, 6385-01
Cultural Creolization
Prof. Nicholas Spitzer
T
3:30–6pm

Electives

AFRS
4830-01
Black Women’s Health
Prof. Nghana T. Lewis
W
3–5:30pm
AFRS
3200-02
Writing Gender from Africa
Prof. Z'étoile Imma
MW
1–2:15pm
ANTH
1050-02
Native America: Introduction
Prof. TBD
MWF
9–9:50am
ANTH
3090-01, 6090-01
Oral History and Oral Literature; Ethno
Prof. Nicholas R. Spitzer
T
3:30–6pm
ANTH
6092-01
Ethno of Postcolonial Worlds
Prof. Andrew J. McDowell
TR
3:30–6pm
APMS
2184-01
Jazz Big Band
Prof. James K. Markway
T
4–5:30pm
APMS
2185-02
Jazz Combo
Prof. Jesse B. McBride
ARCH
3731-01, 3731-02, 6731-01
Urban Geography and NO Case Study
Prof. Richard Campanella
T
3:30–6:15pm
ARHS
3871-01
Introduction to African American Art & Visual Culture
Prof. Amanda L. Bagneris
TR
12:30–1:45pm
COMM
2811-01
Global Media Studies Prof. Esra Özcan TR
11–12:15pm
COMM
3440-01, 3440-02
Critical Race Theory
Prof. Mohan Ambikaipaker
TR
9:30–10:45am
Musical Cultures of the Gulf South logo
COMM
4400-01
Media and the Public Sphere
Prof. Edward G. Randolph
M
4:30–7:30pm
COMM
4811-01, 4811-02
Ethnography of Digital Media
Prof. Laura-Zoë Humphreys
MW
3:30–6pm
DANC
1910-01
African Dance I
Prof. Ausettua A. Jackson
MW
5:30–6:30pm
DANC
1950-01
Jazz Dance I
Prof. Beverly A. Trask
MW
11–12:20pm
DANC
2950-01
Jazz Dance II
Prof. Ausettua A. Jackson
TR
4:30–5:50pm
DANC
3950-01
Jazz Dance III
Prof. Nicole B. Buckels
MW
5:30–6:50pm
DANC
4950-01
Jazz Dance IV
Prof. Nicole B. Buckels
MW
5:30–6:50pm
EENS
2070-01
Weather and Climate Prof. George C. Flowers TR
2–3:15pm
ENLS
3620-01
Workshop Creative Writing
Prof. Michael Luke
W
5–7:30pm
ENLS
3650-01
Writing, Race and New Media
Prof. Nathan Halverson
MWF
10–10:50am
ENLS
4390-02
Native American Modernisms
Prof. Erin J. Kappeler
T
4–6:30pm
Enroll in MCGS 2000: Introduction to Musical Cultures of the Gulf South! MCGS 2000 is a team-taught course that examines the region through the disciplines of urban geography, history, ethnomusicology and dance.
ENLS
4440-02
African-American Literature
Prof. Selamawit Terrefe
MW
1–2:15pm
EVST
4410-01, 4410-02
Seminar: Environmental Studies
Prof. Christopher S. Oliver
R
3:30–5:55pm
HISU
1800-02
Early New Orleans
Prof. Emily J. Clark
TR
9:30–10:45am
HISU
2610-01 with 2891-11
The Old South with Service Learning
Prof. Randy J. Sparks
MWF
11–11:50am
HISU
2670-01
American Environmental History
Prof. Andrew Horowitz
MWF
10–10:50am
HISU
2910-01
Law and U.S. History
Prof. Robert B. Gilpin & Walter Isaacson
TR
2–3:15pm
HISU
4500-81
Civil War and Reconstuction
Prof. John D. Fitzmorris
W
6–8:40pm
HISU
6270-01
American Disasters
Prof. Andrew Horowtiz
M
12:15–1:45pm
HISU
6560-01, 6560-02
Rise and Fall Plantation South
Prof. Randy J. Sparks
M
3–3:50pm
HISU
6911-02, 6911-03
Grateful Dead & the 1960s
Prof. Robert B. Gilpin
M
3–5:30pm
MCGS
4560-0
Internship
MUSC
2800-0
Intro to Music Business
Prof. Chris S. Finney
R
3:30–6:25pm
MUSC
3340-01
History of Jazz
Prof. Courtney Bryan
TR
12:30–1:45pm
MUSC
6340-01
Seminar in Jazz
Prof. Courtney Bryan
TR
12:30–1:45pm
POLA
4210-01
Louisiana Politics
Prof. Rosalind B. Cook
MWF
12–12:50pm
SOCI
1300-01
Criminology
Criminology Prof. Xin Jiang
TR
2–3:15pm
SOCI
6011-01
Sociology of Urban Environment
Prof. Christopher S. Oliver
M
3–5:30pm

Portraits at top: [left to right] Oscar Dunn , Republican Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana during the time of Reconstruction. Biana del Rio , comedian, costume designer and drag queen.

Spring 2020

Mahalia Jackson, Doctor Guy

New Orleans & Gulf South Spring 2020 Courses

Explore the interdisciplinary Musical Cultures of the Gulf South (MCGS) coordinate major! Visit liberalarts.tulane.edu/programs/nocgs/mcgs-coordinate-major and/or contact gulfsouth@tulane.edu for more information.

Required

ANTH
3096-01 to 6096-01 to 6096-02
Oral History, Performance, and Ethnography Prof. Nicholas Spitzer T
3:30-6:00pm

Electives

ARCH
3764-01 to 6764-01
NOLA Geography for Architects
Prof. Richard Campanella
T
3:30-6:15pm
AFRS
2000-01
Intro to Africana Studies
Prof. Nghana T. Lewis
MWF
3:00-3:50pm
AFRS
2730-01
Intro to African- American Lit.
Prof. Nghana Lewis
MWF
4:00-4:50pm
ANTH
3092-01
Selected Cultural Systems
Prof. Sabia McCoy-Torres
R
3:30-6:00pm
ANTH
3094-01
Climate Change, Human Evolution
Prof. Grant McCall
MWF
2:00-2:50pm
ANTH
4930-01 to 7930-01
Languages of Louisiana
Prof. Nathalie Dajko
W
3:00-5:30pm
APMS
2184-01
Big Jazz Band
Prof. James Markway
T
4:00-5:30pm
COMM
2350-01
Media and Criminal Justice
Prof. Betsy Weiss
MW
3:00-4:15pm
COMM
2820-01
Gender, Race & Class in Media
TBD
MWF
10:00-10:50am
DANC
1950-01
Jazz Dance I
Prof. Beverly Trask
MW
11:00-12:20pm
DANC
2910-01
African Dance II Prof. Auseuttua Jackson MW
5:30-6:50pm
DANC
2950-01
Jazz Dance II
Prof. Auseuttua Jackson
TR
4:30-5:50pm
DANC
2950-02
Jazz Dance II
Prof. Nicole Buckles
MW
4:00-5:20pm
Musical Cultures of the Gulf South logo
DANC
3240-01
US/Caribbean Social Dance
Prof. Beverly Trask
TR
9:30-10:45am
DANC
3950-01
Jazz Dance III
Prof. Nicole Buckles
MW
5:30-6:50pm
DANC
4950-01
Jazz Dance IV
Prof. Nicole Buckles
MW
5:30-6:50pm
EENS
2070-01
Weather and Climate
Prof. George Flowers
TR
9:30-10:45am
ENLS
2730-01
Intro to African American Literature
Prof. Nghana Lewis
MW
3:00-4:15pm
ENLS
3620-01
Creative Writing: Journalism
Prof. Michael Luke
W
5:00-7:30pm
ENLS
3620-02
Workshop Creative Writing
Prof. Bernice Mcfadden
R
3:30-5:55pm
EVST
3930-01
Urban Gardening
Prof. Keith Silverman
TR
11:00-12:15pm
EVST
4410-01 to 4410-02
Seminar in Environmental Studies Prof. Christopher Oliver R
3:30-6:00pm
ECON
3420-01
Economic History of the U.S
Prof. Johnathan Pritchett
TR
9:30-10:45am
HISL
3200-01
History of Voodoo
Prof. Laura Adderley
M
12:15-2:45pm
Enroll in MCGS 2000: Introduction to Musical Cultures of the Gulf South! MCGS 2000 is a team-taught course that examines the region through the disciplines of urban geography, history, ethnomusicology and dance.
HISU
1800-01
Early New Orleans
Prof. Mary Magdalene Donovan
MWF
2:00-2:50pm
HISU
2620-01
The New South: 1865-Present
Prof. Randy Sparks
MWF
11:00-11:50am
HISU
2700-01
Modern Afro- American History
Prof. Laura Adderley
MWF
9:00-9:50am
HISU
6270-01
American Disasters
Prof. Andrew Horowitz
T
12:30-3:00pm
HISU
6560-01
The Rise and Fall of the Plantation South
Prof. Randy Sparks
M
3:00-5:30pm
HISU
6910-01
Sno-bliz: Family, Ice, and Sugar
Prof. Robert Gilpin
T
12:30-3:00pm
LOUS
2910-01
NOLA at the 300: History and Myth
Prof. Terrence Fitzmorris
T
6:00-8:40pm
MUSC
1900-01
Music in New Orleans
Prof. Matt Sakakeeny
TR
9:30-10:45
MUSC
2290-01
History of American Popular Music
Prof. Jane Mathieu
MWF
1:00-1:50pm
MUSC
3340-01
History of Jazz
Prof. Ashlin Parker
TR
2:00-3:15pm
MUSC
3360-01
The Latin Tinge
Prof. Daniel Sharp
TR
11:00-12:15pm
MUSC
6940-02
Music in New Orleans
Prof. Matt Sakakeeny
TR
9:30am-10:45am
POLA
3272-01
Big Easy Politics
Prof. Michael Sherman
T
6:00-8:30pm
POLA
3280-01
Southern Politics
Prof. Rosalind Cook
MWF
12:00-12:50pm
SOCI
1300-01
Criminology
Prof. Stephen Ostertag
MWF
11:00-11:50am
SOCI
2101-01
Intro to Women’s Imprisonment
Prof. Annie Freitas
TR
2:00-3:15pm
SOCI
6012-01
Sociology of Food & Agriculture
Prof. Amalia Leguizamón
M
3:30pm-5:30pm

Fall 2019

New Orleans & Gulf South Fall 2019 Courses

Explore the interdisciplinary Musical Cultures of the Gulf South (MCGS) coordinate major! Visit liberalarts.tulane.edu/programs/nocgs/mcgs-coordinate-major and/or contact gulfsouth@tulane.edu for more information.

Required

MCGS
2000-01
Introduction to Musical Cultures of the Gulf South Prof. Daniel B. Sharp TR
9:30–10:45am
ANTH
3385-01
Cultural Creolization
Prof. Nicholas Spitzer
T
3:30–6pm

Electives

ANTH
4120-01, 7120-01
Conquest & Colonialism
Prof. Christopher Rodning
MWF
11:00am-11:50am
AFRS
4830-01
Black Women’s Health
Prof. Nghana Lewis
W
3:00pm-5:30pm
ANTH
3092-01, 7092-01
Urban Music: Race, Class, Sexuality
Prof. Sabia McCoy-Torres
TR
3:30pm-4:45pm
ANTH
6130-01
Southeast US Prehistory
Prof. Christopher Rodning
MWF
2:00pm-2:50pm
ANTH
6385-01
Cultural Creolization
Prof. Nicholas Spitzer
T
3:30pm-6:00pm
APMS
2185-01
Jazz Combo
Prof. James Markway
TBD
APMS
2185-02
Jazz Combo
Prof. Jesse B. McBride
TBD
ARCH
3731-01, 6731-01
Urban Geography and NO Case Study
Prof. Richard Campanella
T
3:30–6:15pm
ARHS
3871-01
Introduction to African American Art & Visual Culture
Prof. Amanda L. Bagneris
TR
2:00pm-3:15pm
COMM
2812-01
Life and Culture on the Mississippi Prof. TBD MWF
1:00pm-1:50pm
Musical Cultures of the Gulf South logo
COMM
2350-01
Media and Criminal Justice
Prof. Betsy Weiss
MW
3:00pm-4:15pm
DANC
1910-01
African Dance I
Prof. Ausettua Jackson
MW
5:30-6:50pm
DANC
1950-01
Jazz Dance I
Prof. Beverley Trask
MW
11:00-12:20pm
DANC
2950-01
Jazz Dance II
Prof. Ausettua Jackson
TR
4:30-5:50pm
DANC
2950-03
Jazz Dance II
Prof. Nicole Buckels
MW
4:00-5:20pm
DANC
3950-01
Jazz Dance III
Prof. Nicole B. Buckels
MW
5:30–6:50pm
DANC
4950-01
Jazz Dance IV
Prof. Nicole B. Buckels
MW
5:30–6:50pm
EENS
4040-01
Coastal Marine Biology Prof. Mead Allison TR
2:00pm-3:15pm
ENLS
3610-07
Creative Writing
Prof. Jesmyn Ward
W
3:00pm-5:30pm
ENLS
3620-01
Workshop Creative Writing
Prof. Michael Luke
W
5:00pm-7:30pm
ENLS
4030-01, 4030-02
Literary New Orleans
Prof. Thomas Johnson
MWF
11:00am-11:50am
ENLS
4440-01
Slave Narratives
Prof. Edward White
MWF
12:00pm-12:50pm
Enroll in MCGS 2000: Introduction to Musical Cultures of the Gulf South! MCGS 2000 is a team-taught course that examines the region through the disciplines of urban geography, history, ethnomusicology and dance.
EVST
3951-01
Social Dilemmas Climate Change
Prof. TBD
TR
11:00am-12:15pm
EVST
4410-01
Seminar Environmental Studies
Prof. Christopher Oliver
R
3:30pm-6:00pm
HISU
1800-02
Early New Orleans
Prof. Emily J. Clark
TR
11:00am-12:15pm
HISU
2610-01
The Old South
Prof. Randy J. Sparks
MWF
11–11:50am
HISU
4910-01
Slavery and Public History
Prof. Laura Rosanne Adderley
MWF
9:00am-9:50am
MUSC
2800-01
Introduction to Music Business
Prof. Chris Finney
R
3:30pm-6:00pm
MUSC
2800-02
Introduction to Music Business
Prof. Chris Finney
T
3:30pm-6:00pm
MUSC
3340-01
History of Jazz
Prof. Jesse McBride
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
MUSC
4953-01
The Fate of Music Education
Prof. Matt Sakakeeny
TR
2:00pm-3:15pm
POLA
3272-01
Big Easy Politics
Prof. Michael Sherman
M
6:00pm-8:30pm
POLA
4120-01
Louisiana Politics
Prof. Rosalind Cook
MWF
2:00pm-2:50pm
SOCI
2103-01
Introduction to
Introduction to Women’s Imprisonment
TR
2:00pm-3:15pm
SOCI
6010-03
Sociology of Urban Environment
Prof. Christopher Oliver
W
3:00pm-5:30pm
SOCI
6130-01
Race, Crime, and Control
Prof. Stephen Ostertag
W
3:00pm-5:50pm

Spring 2019

Huey Long, Leah Chase

New Orleans & Gulf South Spring 2019 Courses

Explore the interdisciplinary Musical Cultures of the Gulf South (MCGS) coordinate major! Visit liberalarts.tulane.edu/programs/nocgs/mcgs-coordinate-major and contact gulfsouth@tulane.edu for more information.

Required

ANTH
3096-01 to 6096-01 to 6096-02
Oral History, Performance, and Ethnography Prof. Nicholas Spitzer T
3:30-6:00pm

Electives

ARCH
3764-01 to 6764-01
NOLA Geography for Architects
Prof. Richard Campanella
T
3:30-6:15pm
AFRS
2000-01
Intro to Africana Studies
Prof. Christopher Dunn
TR
11:00am-12:15pm
AFRS
4810-01
Prison Reform Africana Studies
Prof. Nghana Lewis
MW
4:30-5:45pm
ANTH
3092-01
Anthropology of Race
Prof. Sabia McCoy-Torres
R
3:30-6:00pm
ANTH
3094-01
Climate Change, Human Evolution
Prof. Grant McCall
MWF
2:00-2:50pm
ANTH
4930-01 to 7930-01
Languages of Louisiana
Prof. Nathalie Dajko
R
3:00-5:30pm
APMS
2184-01
Big Jazz Band
Prof. James Markway
T
3:00-4:30pm
COMM
2350-01
Media and Criminal Justice
Prof. Betsy Weiss
MW
3:00-4:15pm
COMM
2820-01
Gender, Race & Class in Media
Prof. Esra Özcan
MWF
10:00-10:50am
DANC
1950-01
Jazz Dance I
Prof. Beverly Trask
MW
11:00-12:20pm
DANC
2910-01
African Dance II Prof. Auseuttua Jackson MW
5:30-6:50pm
DANC
2950-01
Jazz Dance II
Prof. Auseuttua Jackson
TR
4:30-5:50pm
DANC
2950-02
Jazz Dance II
Prof. Nicole Buckles
MW
4:00-5:20pm
Musical Cultures of the Gulf South logo
DANC
3240-01
US/Caribbean Social Dance
Prof. Beverly Trask
TR
9:30-10:45am
DANC
3950-01
Jazz Dance III
Prof. Nicole Buckles
MW
5:30-6:50pm
DANC
4950-01
Jazz Dance IV
Prof. Nicole Buckles
MW
5:30-6:50pm
EENS
2070-01
Weather and Climate
Prof. George Flowers
TR
9:30-10:45am
ENLS
2730-01
Intro to African American Literature
Prof. Nghana Lewis
MW
3:00-4:15pm
ENLS
3620-01
Creative Writing: Journalism
Prof. Michael Luke
W
5:00-7:30pm
ENLS
3620-02
Workshop Creative Writing
Prof. Constance Adler
R
3:30-5:55pm
EVST
3930-01
Urban Gardening
Prof. Keith Silverman
TR
11:00-12:15pm
EVST
4410-01 to 4410-02
Seminar in Environmental Studies Prof. Christopher Oliver R
3:30-6:00pm
ECON
3420-01
Economic History of the U.S
Prof. Johnathan Pritchett
TR
9:30-10:45am
HISL
3200-01
History of Voodoo
Prof. Laura Adderley
M
12:15-2:45pm
Enroll in MCGS 2000: Introduction to Musical Cultures of the Gulf South! MCGS 2000 is a team-taught course that examines the region through the disciplines of urban geography, history, ethnomusicology and dance.
HISU
1800-01
Early New Orleans
Prof. Mary Magdalene Donovan
MWF
2:00-2:50pm
HISU
2620-01
The New South: 1865-Present
Prof. Randy Sparks
MWF
11:00-11:50am
HISU
2700-01
Modern Afro- American History
Prof. Laura Adderley
MWF
9:00-9:50am
HISU
6270-02
American Disasters
Prof. Andrew Horowitz
T
12:30-3:00pm
HISU
6560-01
The Rise and Fall of the Plantation South
Prof. Randy Sparks
M
3:00-5:30pm
LOUS
2910-01
NOLA at 300: History & Myth
Prof. Terrence Fitzmorris
T
6:00-8:40pm
LOUS
3035-01
Huey Long in Literature & Film
Prof. Terrence Fitzmorris
W
6:00-8:40pm
MUSC
1890-01
Jazz Theory
Prof. Ashlin Parker
TR
2:00-3:15pm
MUSC
1900-01
Music in New Orleans
Prof. William Buckingham
TR
9:30-10:45am
MUSC
2290-01
History of American Popular Music
Prof. Jane Mathieu
MWF
1:00-1:50pm
MUSC
3340-01
History of Jazz
Prof. Ashlin Parker
TR
2:00-3:15pm
MUSC
3360-01
The Latin Tinge
Prof. Daniel Sharp
TR
11:00am-12:15pm
MCGS
4950-01
Music & Money in the Gulf South
Prof. TBA
TBA
POLA
3272-01
Big Easy Politics
Prof. Michael Sherman
M
6:00-8:30pm
POLA
3280-01
Southern Politics
Prof. Rosalind Cook
MWF
12:00-12:50pm
SOCI
1300-01
Criminology
Prof. Stephen Ostertag
MWF
11:00am-11:50am
SOCI
2103-01
Intro to Women’s Imprisonment
Prof. Annie Freitas
TR
2:00-3:15pm

Fall 2018

Jean Lafitte and Stephanie Gregory Clifford

New Orleans & Gulf South Fall 2018 Courses

Explore the interdisciplinary Musical Cultures of the Gulf South (MCGS) coordinate major! Visit liberalarts.tulane.edu/programs/nocgs/mcgs-coordinate-major and/or contact gulfsouth@tulane.edu for more information.

Required

MCGS
2000-01
Introduction to Musical Cultures of the Gulf South Prof. Daniel Sharp, with Profs. John Bardes, Richard Campanella, and Beverly Trask. TR
9:30–10:45am
ANTH
3096-01, 6095-01
Oral History, Performance, and Ethnography
Prof. Nick Spitzer
T
3:30–6pm

Electives

ANTH
3092-01, 7092-01
Race and Migration
Prof. Sabia McCoy-Torres
Tr
12:30–1:45pm
ANTH
3360-01, 7360-01
Anthropology of Cities
Prof. Allison Truitt
MWF
10:00–10:50am
APMS
2184-01
Big Jazz Band
Prof. Jesse McBride
T
4:00pm–5:30pm
CHEM
2500-01
Environmental Chemistry
Prof. Russell Schemhl
MWF
9:00am–9:50am
COMM
2350-01
Media & Criminal Justice
Prof. Betsy Weiss
MW
3:00pm–4:15pm
COMM
3440-01
Critical Race Theory
Prof. Mohan Ambikaipaker
TR
9:30am–10:45am
DANC
1910-01
African Dance I
Prof. Ausettua Jackson
MW
5:30–6:50pm
DANC
1950-01
Jazz Dance I
Prof. Beverley Trask
MW
11:00–12:20pm
DANC
2950-03
Jazz Dance II
Prof. Nicole Buckels
MW
4:00–5:20pm
DANC
2950-01
Jazz Dance II Prof. Ausettua Jackson TR
4:30–5:50pm
DANC
3950-01
Jazz Dance III Prof. Nicole Buckels MW
5:30–6:50pm
Musical Cultures of the Gulf South logo
DANC
4950-01
Jazz Dance IV
Prof. Nicole Buckels
MW
5:30–6:50pm
EBIO
3180-01
Plants and Humans Affairs
Prof. Dorothy Cheruiyot
M
1:00–3:50pm
EENS
2070-01
Weather and Climate
Prof. George Flowers
TR
9:30am–10:45am
EENS
3600-01
Science of Climate Change
Prof. Jeffrey Sigler
MWF
10:00am–10:50am
EENS
3650-01
Marine Environmental Biology
Prof. Mead Allison
TR
2:00pm–3:45pm
ENLS
3620-01
Workshop Creative Writing
Prof. Michael Luke
W
5:00pm–7:30pm
ENLS
4010-01
Hauntology and Southern Gothic
Prof. Nathan Halverson
MWF
2:00pm–2:50pm
ENLS
4100-01
African Migration and Film Prof. Z’etoile Imma MWF
11:00am–12:15pm
ENLS
4440-01
African American Literature: Gender and Violence
Professor TBD
TR
9:30–10:45am
Enroll in MCGS 2000: Introduction to Musical Cultures of the Gulf South! MCGS 2000 is a team-taught course that examines the region through the disciplines of urban geography, history, ethnomusicology and dance.
EVST
3930-01
EVST of the Gulf South
Prof. Monica Barra
TR
11:00am-12:15pm
EVST
4410-01
Seminar Environmental Studies
Prof. Christopher Oliver
R
3:30pm-6:00pm
FREN
6085-01
Pidgens and Creoles
Prof. Thomas Klingler
W
3:00pm–5:30pm
HISU
2610-01
The Old South
Prof. Randy J. Sparks
MWF
11–11:50am
HISU
2670-01
U.S. Environmental History
Prof. Andrew Horowitz
MWF
12:00pm–12:50pm
HISU
2690-01
Intro. to Afro-American History
Prof. Rosanne Adderley
MWF
9:00am–9:50am
HISU
2910-01
The Bloodiest War
Prof. Randy Gilpin
TR
9:30am–10:45am
HISL
6750-01
Africans in the Americas
Prof. Laura Adderley
M
3:00–5:30pm
HISL
6750-01
Intro to African American History
Prof. Laura Adderley
MWF
9:00–9:50am
MUSC
3340-01
History of Jazz
Prof. Courtney Bryan
TR
12:30–1:45pm
MUSC
3340-02
History of Jazz
Prof. David Kunian
W
6:00–8:40pm
MUSC
6340-01
Seminar in Jazz
Prof. Courtney Bryan
TBD
POLA
3272-01
Big Easy Politics
Prof. Michael Sherman
M
6:00–8:30pm
POLA
4120-01
Louisiana Politics
Prof. Rosalind Cook
MWF
10:00–10:50am
SOCI
6130-01
Race, Crime, and Control
Prof. Stephen Ostertag
W
3:00pm–5:50pm

Spring 2018

New Orleans & Gulf South Spring 2018 Courses

Explore the interdisciplinary Musical Cultures of the Gulf South (MCGS) coordinate major! Visit liberalarts.tulane.edu/programs/nocgs/mcgs-coordinate-major and contact gulfsouth@tulane.edu for more information.
ANTH
3395-01, 6395-01
Cultures of New Orleans and French Louisiana Prof. Nick Spitzer W
3:00pm–5:30pm
AFRS
2000-01
Introduction to Africana Studies
Prof. Nghana Lewis
MWF
2pm–2:50pm
AHST
6464-01
NOLA Geography for Architects
Prof. Richard Campanella
T
3:30pm–6:15pm
APMS
2184-01
Big Jazz Band
Prof. Jesse McBride
T
4:00pm–5:30pm
ARHS
3915-81
Traditions in Louisiana Art
Prof. Claudia Kheel
W
6:00pm–8:40pm
CIRC
3600-01 to 3600-06
Environmental Perspectives: An Interdisciplinary Approach
Prof. Michelle Foa
MWF
3pm–3:50pm
COMM
2350-01
Media and Criminal Justice
Prof. Betsy Weiss
TBD
COMM
4820-01
Beyond Neutral Ground
Prof. Vicki Mayer and Prof. Rebecca Mark
M
2:00pm–4:30pm
CSAH
3910-18
Louisiana and Southern Photography
Prof. Claudia Kheel
R
6pm–8:40pm
CSAN
2910-01
Louisiana Archaeology
Prof. David Watt
M
6pm–9pm
CSAN
3250-10
Historic Anthropology of New Orleans
Prof. Dave Davis
Online Course
DANC
1950-01
Jazz Dance I Prof. Beverly Trask MW
11am–12:20pm
DANC
1950-02
Jazz Dance I
Prof. Jarrell Hamilton
TR
2pm–3:20pm
Musical Cultures of the Gulf South logo
DANC
1950-03
Jazz Dance I
Prof. Jarrell Hamilton
TR
9:30am–10:50am
DANC
2950-01
Jazz Dance II
Prof. Ausettua Jackson
TR
4:30pm–5:50pm
DANC
2950-02
Jazz Dance II
Prof. Nicole Buckels
MW
4pm–5:20pm
DANC
3240-01
US/Caribbean Social Dance
Prof. Beverly Trask
TR
9:30-10:45am
DANC
3950-01
Jazz Dance III
Prof. Nicole Buckels
MW
5:30pm–6:50pm
DANC
4950-01
Jazz Dance IV
Prof. Nicole Buckels
MW
5:30pm–6:50pm
EBIO
6360-01
Wetlands Ecology
Prof. Timothy McClean
MW
3pm–4:15pm
ENLS
3620-01
Workshop Creative Writing
Prof. Michael Luke
W
5pm–7:30pm
FREN
4110-01, 6110-01
Field Research on French in Louisiana Prof. Thomas Klingler TR
12:30pm–1:45pm
HISU
1800-01
Early New Orleans
Prof. Emily Clark
TR
11am–12:15pm
Enroll in MCGS 2000: Introduction to Musical Cultures of the Gulf South! MCGS 2000 is a team-taught course that examines the region through the disciplines of urban geography, history, ethnomusicology and dance.
HISU
2620-01
The New South
Prof. Randy Sparks
MWF
12pm–12:50pm
HISL
7910-01
Colonial Louisiana Historiography
Prof. Kris Lane
R
12:30pm–3pm
LOUS
2790-01
Louisiana Political Culture
Prof. Stephen Hayes
M
6pm–9pm
MCGS
4950-01
Music & Money in the Gulf South
Prof. Alison Fensterstock
TR
2pm–3:30pm
MUSC
1530-01
Jazz Theory
Prof. Courtney Bryan
TR
2pm–3:15pm
MUSC
1900-01
Music in New Orleans
Prof. Matt Sakakeeny
TR
9:30am–10:45am
MUSC
3340-05
History of Jazz
Prof. David Kunian
M
6:00pm–9:00pm
MUSC
7060-01
Musical Cultures —New Orleans
Prof. Matt Sakakeeny
W
2pm–5pm
POLA
3280-01
Southern Politics
Prof. Rosalind Cook
MWF
10am–10:50am
PRST
6621-01
History of New Orleans Architecture
Prof. Robert Cangelosi
M
5:30pm–8:30pm
TIDE
1005-01
Mardi Gras: Greatest Free Show
Prof. Brian Brox
M
12pm–1:15pm
TIDE
1030-01
Music and Culture of New Orleans
Prof. Beverly Trask
W
4pm–5:15pm
TIDE
1070-01
Myth and Reality of New Orleans Food and Drink
Prof. Amy George-Hirons
R
5pm–6:15pm

Fall 2017

Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville and Big Freedia

“From Bienville to Big Freedia” New Orleans & Gulf South Fall 2017 Courses

Explore the interdisciplinary Musical Cultures of the Gulf South (MCGS) coordinate major! Visit liberalarts.tulane.edu/programs/nocgs/mcgs-coordinate-major and/or contact gulfsouth@tulane.edu for more information.
MCGS
2000
Introduction to Musical Cultures of the Gulf South
(MCGS Requirement)
Prof. Matt Sakakeeny
MWF
10-10:50am
MCGS
4560
MCGS Service Learning Internship
Departmental Approval Required
TBD
MCGS
4920-01
Independent Study
Departmental Approval Required
TBD
MCGS
4950-01
Food, Migration, and Culture
Prof. Sarah Fouts
TR
2-3:15pm
AFRS
2000-01
Introduction to Africana Studies
Prof. Christopher Dunn
TR
11am-12:15pm
AHST
3131-01
Urban Geography & New Orleans Case Study
Prof. Richard Campanella
T
3:30-6:15pm
ANTH
3094-01
Creoles and Creolization
Prof. Nicholas Spitzer
T
3:30-6:00pm
ANTH
6094-01
Creoles and Creolization
Prof. Nicholas Spitzer
T
3:30-6:00pm
COMM
2810-01
Media & Criminal Justice
Prof. Betsy Weiss
MW
3-4:15pm
DANC
1910-01
African Dance
Prof. Ausettua Jackson
MW
5:30-6:50pm
DANC
1950-01
Jazz Dance 1
Prof. Beverly Trask
MW
11am-12:20pm
DANC
1950-02
Jazz Dance I
Prof. Jarrell Hamilton
TR
9:30-10:45am
DANC
1950-03
Jazz Dance I
Prof. Jarrell Hamilton
MW
2-3:20pm
DANC
2950-01
Jazz Dance II
Prof. Ausettua Jackson
TR
4:30-5:50pm
DANC
2950-02
Jazz Dance II
Prof. Nicole Buckels
TR
5:30-6:50pm
DANC
3950-01
Jazz Dance III
Prof. Nicole Buckels
MW
4-5:20pm
DANC
4950-01
Jazz Dance IV
Prof. Nicole Buckels
MW
4-5:20pm
Musical Cultures of the Gulf South logo
ECON
4970-01
Economics of Slavery
Prof. Jonathan Pritchett
TR
3:30-4:45pm
ECON
6970-01
Economics of Slavery
Prof. Jonathan Pritchett
TR
3:30-4:45pm
EIBO
2100-01
Marine Biology
Prof. Timothy McClean
TR
9:30-10:45am
EENS
4040-01
Coastal Marine Biology
Prof. Allison Mead
TR
11am-12:15pm
ENLS
3620-02
Workshop Creative Writing
Prof. Michael Luke
W
5-7:30pm
ENLS
4030-01
Literary New Orleans
Prof. Thomas Johnson
MWF
11-11:50am
ENLS
4360-01
Antebellum American Literature
Prof. Edward White
TR
9:30-10:45am
ENLS
4420-01
Southern Literature
Prof. Rebecca Mark
TR
12:30-1:45pm
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2-2:50pm
Enroll in MCGS 2000: Introduction to Musical Cultures of the Gulf South! MCGS 2000 is a team-taught course that examines the region through the disciplines of urban geography, history, ethnomusicology and dance.
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1420-01
U.S. History 1865 to The Present
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HISU
1800-01
Early New Orleans
Prof. Emily Clark
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10-10:50am
HISU
2610-01
The Old South
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11-11:50am
HISU
2891-11
Service Learning HISU 2610
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3-5:30pm
HISU
2910-01
The Bloodiest War
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11am-12:15pm
HISU
3000-01
Historical Methods HISU 3910
Prof. Laura Adderley
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2-2:50pm
HISU
3910-01
Slave Rebellions
Prof. Laura Adderley
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12:15-2:45pm
HISB
4250-01
The Atlantic Slave Trade
Prof. Laura Adderley
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9-9:50am
HISU
6950-01
Rise and Fall of the Plantation South
TBA
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3-5:30pm
HISU
7620-01
Atlantic World Historiography
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12:15-2:45pm
LOUS
2800-01
Nola Political Culture
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6-8:40pm
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2900-01
Hidden New Orleans
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MUSC
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History of Jazz
Prof. Courtney Bryan
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12:30-1:45pm
MUSC
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Black Music Black Lives
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2-3:15pm
MUSC
3890-01
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POLA
3272-01
Big Easy Politics
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6-8:30pm
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Louisiana Politics
Prof. Rosalind Cook
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10-10:50am