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University of Wisconsin–Madison

Participating Courses

A key component of the program is the integration of the book into courses offered in departments across campus. Some courses will use the book on their required reading lists, while others will offer themes related to the book as optional topics for papers and presentations. All students who are enrolled in these courses will receive a free copy of the book.

Anthro/Ed Pol 570: Anthropology and Education

C&E SOC 248: Environment, Natural Resources, and Society

Communication Arts 360: Introduction to Rhetoric in Politics and Culture

Counseling Psychology 125: A Wisconsin Experience

Counseling Psychology 230: Race and the Developing Child

Counseling Psychology 325: Student

Curriculum & Instruction 367: Elementary Education Practicum

English 100: Introduction to College Composition

English 201: Intermediate Composition

Geography 101: Introduction to Human Geography

Inter-Ag 155: Issues in Agriculture and Life Science

Inter-HE 201: Belonging, Purpose, and the Ecology of Human Happiness

Inter-LS 250: Undergraduate Research Experience

Italian 101: First Semester in Italian

Journalism 669: Literary Aspects of Journalism

LIS 601: Information: Perspectives and Context

LSC 360: Information Radio

Nursing 510: Culturally Congruent Care

Plant Pathology 311: Global Food Security

Population Health Sciences 786: Social and Behavioral Sciences in Public Health

Psych 202: Introduction to Psychology

Social Work 800: Field Practice/Integrated Seminar