Course Schedules by Term


Click here to view the webinar: What Next for US? An interesting discussion on the European Reaction to Biden's Inauguration, featuring Professor Pease! 

All MALS courses will be offered remotely for the summer 2021 term **   

Please see below for 2021-2022 year courses

MALS 127: Independent Study and MALS 137: Thesis Research are offered every term. Enrollment is based on completion of prerequisites and Curriculum Committee approval see the MALS Administrator for more information.

Requirement Code Key

  • S I/D: Single-taught Interdisciplinary
  • T I/D: Team-taught Interdisciplinary
  • CS: Cultural Studies
  • CW: Creative Writing
  • GS: Globalization Studies
  • CT/NC: Credit/No Credit  

Courses with interdisciplinary content MAY satisfy one of the I/D course requirements on your plan of study; please check with the MALS Administrator for more information.


Spring Term 2021

** All MALS courses will be offered remotely for the spring 2021 term **

131: Social Science Research MethodsEric Ramsey  - Student Life  (Tue 4:00pm - 7:00pm)

208: The Writers Room (CW); Eugenie Carabatsos - MALS   (Thu 4:00pm - 7:00pm)

209: Writing the Other: Narrative and Intersections (CW, S I/D); Barbara Kreiger - MALS  (Mon 4:00 - 7:00pm)          * Please note:  the last class will be held on Friday, May 21, instead of Monday, May 24th.  

298: The Sacred Reign of Vladimir Putin: Religion, and the Politics of Memory (CS, GS, S I/D);  Sean Griffin - Russian Dept.   (M/W 1:00pm - 2:30pm)

299: Versions: Telling Stories in Texts and Image (CS, S I/D);  Kristin O'Rourke - ARTH  (Tu/Thu 12:30pm - 2:30pm)

346: Diasporas and Migrations (CS, GS, T I/D); Klaus Milich - MALS, Regine Rosenthal - MALS  (T/TH 10:00am - 12:00pm)

700: Spring Ethics: Professionalism; Jill Baron - Dartmouth Library  (Friday, April 23, 2021 10:30am-noon) 



Summer TERM 2021

** All MALS courses will be offered remotely for the summer 2021 term **

120: Summer Symposium: "COLLOQUIM ACROSS THE CONCENTRATIONS",(CT/NC); Donald Pease, Moderator   (Wed 4:00pm - 6:00pm, starting July 14th through August 11th)

130: Cultural Studies Research MethodsKlaus Milich - MALS  (T/TH 10:00am - 12:00pm) 

140: Short Story Fiction (CW); Saul Lelchuk - MALS  (Tue 4:30pm - 7:30pm)

207: Journalism (CW); Tom Zoellner - MALS  (Wed 1:00pm - 3:30pm)

294: Post-Cold War Globalization (GS, S I/D); Peter DeShazo - LALACS   (T/TH 1:00pm - 3:00pm)

318: Cultural Studies (CS, T I/D); Donald Pease - MALS   (Mon/Wed 10:00am - 12:00pm)

370: Practical Wisdom (GS, CS, S I/D); Ken Sharpe - MALS  (Thu 4:30pm - 7:30pm) 

700: Summer Ethics Workshop Series: Jill Baron - Dartmouth Library  

        *  Professionalism workshop: Friday, July 9th  10:30am - 12:30pm

        *  Mentorship workshop: Friday, July 16th  10:30am - 12:30pm 

        *   Academic Integrity workshop:  Friday, July 23rd  10:30am - 12:30pm


Fall TERM 2021

** IMPORTANT!!   MALS will resume in-person learning for the Fall 2021 term ** 

132: Writing Methodologies; Anna Minardi - MALS (Tue, 3:30 - 6:30pm)

211: Poetry (CW); Cynthia Huntington - English & Creative Writing (M/W, 7-8:30 pm)

212: Capitalism: New Approaches in Theory and History (CS, GS, S I/D); Nancy Fraser - PHIL  (Mon, 1:15pm - 4:15pm)

215: Power and Politics in Greater China (GS): David Rezvani - MALS  (Wed, 2-5pm) 

246: Fiction-Novella (CW); Alan Lelchuk - MALS (Thurs, 4pm - 7pm)  

290: Borders and Boundaries (CS, S I/D); Regine Rosenthal - MALS  (T/TH, 10am - 12pm)

700: Fall Ethics Workshop (Academic Integrity);  Jill Baron - Dartmouth library (TBD)  


Winter TERM 2022

214: Transcultural Itineraries: Authorship and the Making of Literary Prestige in the 21st Century (CS); Gunter Leypoldt - Visiting Harris Professor  (T/TH 10:30am - 12:30pm)

226: Screenwriting (CW); Bill Phillips - Film and Media Studies 

337: New Global Order: Tyrannies, Democracy, & Revolutions (GS, T I/D)Evelyn Lechner - MALS Peter DeShazo - LALACS 

369: Writing Nature (CW, T I/D); Barbara Kreiger - MALS, Anna Minardi - MALS  (Thu 3:30pm - 6:30pm)

372: ANTH 50.31: Humanistic Medicine: (CS, GS, T I/D); Manish Mishra - The Dartmouth Institute, Elizabeth Carpenter-Song - Anthropology  


Spring TERM 2022

131: Social Science Research Methods; Eric Ramsey  - Student Life  

209: Writing The Other (CW); Barbara Kreiger - MALS  (Mon 4:00 - 7:00 pm)          * Please note:  the last class will be held on Friday, May 20, instead of Monday, May 23rd.

210: International Politics in Contemporary China (GS, CS, S I/D); David Rezvani - Inst for Writing Rhetoric    

236: Playwriting (CW); Eugenie Carabatsos - MALS 

239: Poetry (CW); Rena Mosteirin - MALS    

346: Diasporas and Migrations (CS, T I/D); Klaus Milich - MALS, Regine Rosenthal - MALS