ACWR 106 / ACADEMIC WRITING FOR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Term: Spring 2016Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 08:30-09:45

Building on skills developed in ACWR 101, ACWR 106 presents more advanced reading and writing tasks while introducing students to the types of writing, research, and analysis used in scientific disciplines. Prerequisite: ACWR. 101

ACWR 106 / ACADEMIC WRITING FOR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Term: Spring 2016Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 13:00-14:15

Building on skills developed in ACWR 101, ACWR 106 presents more advanced reading and writing tasks while introducing students to the types of writing, research, and analysis used in scientific disciplines. Prerequisite: ACWR. 101

ACWR 106 / ACADEMIC WRITING FOR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Term: Spring 2016Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 16:00-17:15

Building on skills developed in ACWR 101, ACWR 106 presents more advanced reading and writing tasks while introducing students to the types of writing, research, and analysis used in scientific disciplines. Prerequisite: ACWR. 101

ACWR 106 / ACADEMIC WRITING FOR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Term: Spring 2016Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 14:30-15:45

Building on skills developed in ACWR 101, ACWR 106 presents more advanced reading and writing tasks while introducing students to the types of writing, research, and analysis used in scientific disciplines. Prerequisite: ACWR. 101

ACWR 106 / ACADEMIC WRITING FOR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Term: Spring 2016Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 16:00-17:15

Building on skills developed in ACWR 101, ACWR 106 presents more advanced reading and writing tasks while introducing students to the types of writing, research, and analysis used in scientific disciplines. Prerequisite: ACWR. 101

ACWR 107 / LEGAL WRITING
Term: Spring 2016Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 10:00-11:15

Building on skills developed in ACWR 101, ACWR 107 presents more advanced reading and writing tasks while introducing students to the types of writing, research, and analysis used by practicing lawyers and researchers. Prerequisite: ACWR. 101

ACWR 107 / LEGAL WRITING
Term: Spring 2016Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 13:00-14:15

Building on skills developed in ACWR 101, ACWR 107 presents more advanced reading and writing tasks while introducing students to the types of writing, research, and analysis used by practicing lawyers and researchers. Prerequisite: ACWR. 101

ACWR 107 / LEGAL WRITING
Term: Spring 2016Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 13:00-14:15

Building on skills developed in ACWR 101, ACWR 107 presents more advanced reading and writing tasks while introducing students to the types of writing, research, and analysis used by practicing lawyers and researchers. Prerequisite: ACWR. 101

ARBC 202 / ARABIC II : BEGINNERS
Term: Spring 2016Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 08:30-09:45

Focusing on improving students' reading, writing, listening and oral skills. Reading and discussing original texts in Arabic (excerpts from literature texts, newspaper articles) and developing the students' language skills through watching video and film supplements.

ARBC 301 / ARABIC III : INTERMEDIATE
Term: Spring 2016Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 10:00-11:15

ARHA 122 / INTRODUCTION TO ARCHAEOLOGY
Term: Spring 2016Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 14:30-15:45

Introduction to the discipline of archaeology. Emergence of archaeology as a discipline and its historical evolution, methods of discovery and research, major excavations and discoveries that are critical for understanding ancient civilizations.

ARHA 203 / ANATOLIAN ARCHAEOLOGY III
Term: Spring 2016Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 11:30-12:45

Introduction to the material culture of the Hellenistic and Roman periods of Anatolia. Settlements and settlement patterns, architecture, art, religion, trade and cultural interactions. The most important archaeological remains of these periods.

ARHA 209 / LATE ANTIQUE AND BYZANTINE CIVILIZATION (284-1453 AD)
Term: Spring 2016Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 13:00-14:15

Introduction to the origins, development and enduring legacy of Late Antique and Byzantine civilization. The course traces the transformation of the ancient world and the emergence and role of Byzantium as a major political, economic and cultural power in Europe and Near East. Topics covered include the spread of Christianity, the development of imperial ideology and the institutions of state, warfare and diplomacy, social and economic life, literary, artistic and architectural achievements, and cultural interaction with Western Europe and the Islamic states of the Near East.

ARHA 221 / THE ART OF MEDITERRANEAN AND EUROPEAN CIVILAISATIONS: ANCIENT TO PRE-MODERN
Term: Spring 2016Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 10:00-11:15

Art, architecture and the visual culture of the Ancient Near East, the Classical civilizations of Greece and Rome, the Byzantine Empire, the Romanesque, Gothic and Renaissance periods in Europe. The political symbolism of art and architecture, the nature of patronage, how art and architecture inform our understanding of the past.

ARHA 226 / THE OTTOMAN WORLD IN TRANSITION : 1566 - 1839
Term: Spring 2016Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 11:30-12:45

Examines the complex changes the Ottoman State and society underwent from the end of the reign of Suleyman to the beginning of the Tanzimat. Crisis of the central state, the rise of the ayan in the provinces, changes in urban society and culture, and changing relations with and perceptions of Europe.

ARHA 404 / CULTURAL HERITAGE MANAGEMENT I
Term: Spring 2016Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 10:00-11:15

Conservation, interpretation, communication and management of all archaeological and historical resources that are regarded as cultural heritage. Theoretical and methodological approaches, social and political factors, which shape our understanding and management of the cultural heritage. Examination of local and global, international and national institutions which deal with cultural heritage, the relevant legislation and conventions that impact the management of these resources.

ARHA 426 / INTRODUCTION TO LUWIAN
Term: Spring 2016Units 3Days: WEDTimes: 14:30-17:15

Aims to teach to the beginners the Anatolian hieroglyphs and the basics of the Luwian grammar. Topics include the origins and development of the Anatolian hieroglyphs, the sign repertory of the Anatolian hieroglyphs, nominal and verbal structure of Luwian, some simple texts and excerpts from inscriptions.

ARHA 454 / SELECTED TOPICS IN ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE HISTORY OF ART
Term: Spring 2016Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 16:00-17:15

Detailed examination of current topics in archaeology and the history of art.

ARHA 461 / EUROPEAN ART AND ARCHITECTURE I
Term: Spring 2016Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 13:00-14:15

A survey of European art, architecture and visual culture from the early modern era to World War One. Various aspects of the visual culture of Europe will be examined within its cultural, social, and political contexts.

ARHA 496 / PUBLIC ARCHAEOLOGY
Term: Spring 2016Units 3Days: TUESTimes: 16:00-18:45

Bridging the scholarly knowledge of archaeology with the public; exploring diverse methods of interpretation, conservation and diverse ways to communicate archaeological information and data. Examples of public archaeology from Turkey and abroad. Social, political and ethical issues that are surrounding archaeological investigation, interpretation and the production of knowledge.

ARHA 500 / ANATOLIAN CIVILIZATIONS I (NEOLITHIC-LATE BRONZE AGE)
Term: Spring 2016Units 3Days: THURSTimes: 16:00-18:45

This survey course will focus on the archaeological sequences of Turkey (ancient Anatolia) from the Neolithic period through the Late Bronze Age and the end of the Hittite Empire. An illustrated lecture series will cover the major stages in the rise of agricultural production and a critical evaluation of models of state origins will provide the basis for our understanding of the transformation into complex state societies in Anatolia. It will cover the major theoretical issues in trade and exchange systems that form the backdrop for the prosperous Assyrian trading systems. Textual material will be integrated with the archaeological record to illuminate some of the complex relationships between the Hittite Empire in northern Anatolia and the Levant. Highlighted are the major sites such as the following: Göbeklitepe, Çatalhöyük, Alaca Höyük, Troy, Göltepe/Kestel, the GAP salvage projects, Kültepe, Acemhöyük, Alalakh, and Bogazköy

ARHA 506 / ARCHAEOLOGICAL METHODS AND THEORY
Term: Spring 2016Units 3Days: TUESTimes: 16:00-18:45

This course covers theoretical approaches and methods used in the design and implementation of archaeological field research and data analysis. It focuses on the principles that archaeologists use to explain human cultural development from the material record of the past. Questions considered will include: What is archaeology and what are its aims? Is there a coherent body of archaeological theory to which most archaeologists subscribe? What appears to be the most productive theoretical approaches for understanding and interpreting the past?

ARHA 517 / THE ROMAN MEDITERRANEAN
Term: Spring 2016Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 11:30-12:45

Focus on the role Romans played within the broader Mediterranean landscape between its origin in the 8th century BC and Late Antiquity. Study of written sources and material remains showing how a process of interchange and exchange of ideas developed parallel with the gradual expansion of Roman power. Attention to the way Rome affected the life, architecture and art in areas that came under its dominion, but also to the impact foreign elements had on Roman society and material culture in its broad sense.

ARHA 554 / SELECTED TOPICS IN ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE HISTORY OF ART
Term: Spring 2016Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 16:00-17:15