Fall 2020 (un)common reads Society / Culture / Politics

These courses are discussion-oriented, one credit seminar courses centered on a book.

Please use the UF Schedule of Courses to find times, places, and other course information.

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Books are listed in more than one category, but please peruse them all.

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(un)common reads courses - Society / Culture / Politics

CourseClass NumberTitleSectDay/PeriodInstructorSyllabus
IDH2930  23236 The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down: A Hmong child, her American doctors, and the collision of two cultures 0172 W/4 Selfe, Terry Kit  
IDH2930  26258 Common Ground and the Possibility of the Common Good 0181 R/9 Best, Todd  
IDH2930  26267 Philosophy for Life and Other Dangerous Situations 0182 F/9 Ardelt, Monika  
IDH2930  26269 Fifty Things that Made the Modern Economy 0183 R/7 Rogers, Vern  
IDH2930  26270 Dopesick: Dealers, Doctors, and the Drug Company that Addicted America 0184 T/10 Smith, Craig  
IDH2930 26274 The Greeks and the Irrational 0186 R/9 Papke, Roger  
IDH2930  26299 Animals and Why they Matter, by Mary Midgley 0191 R/4 Peterson, Anna  
IDH2930  26317 Drug Addiction-the hell on earth and how to not hope hope 0203 W/10 Grundmann, Oliver  
IDH2930  26322 Stuffed and Starved: The Hidden Battle for the World Food System 0206 W/9 Stonecipher, Jessica-Jean  
IDH2930  26341 Leadership Strategy and Tactics: A Field Manual 0207 W/9 Dickrell III, Dan  
IDH2930  26338 When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing 0209 M/4 Hershfield, Selman  
IDH2930  26339 Madagascar: The Eighth Continent: Life, Death and Discovery in a Lost World 0210 R/8 Tennant, Michele  
IDH2930  26373 "Fantasies of Female Power in Pop Culture: A Reading of Susan Douglass's The Rise of Enlightened Sexism" 0213 W/5 Walther, Angela  
IDH2930  26384 How to Be an Antiracist 0215  W/10 Cowley, Matthew  
IDH2930  26406 Gainesville Punk: A History of a City and a Scene 0223 T/6 Garner, Regan/Walker, Matt