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To view the full list of HASTS classes, visit the MIT Subject Guide.

Fall 2009 At-A-Glance

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

9:00 21H.952J/ STS.410J     21A.861/ 15.347        
10:00     21H.991J/ STS.210J   STS.260      
11:00   STS.435J/ 17.475J/ STS.072J            
12:00             21A.750J/ STS.250J  
STS.360J/ 21A.820J
1:00 STS.454              
2:00              
3:00         MAS.714J/ STS.445J      
17.310J/ STS.482J/ ESD.103J   17.310J/ STS.482J/ ESD.103J
4:00
STS Colloquia
             
5:00
             
6:00                
7:00                
8:00                
9:00                
10:00                

Above subjects in yellow are required for HASTS graduate students.

Fall 2009

Subject Units Title Day/Time Room Instructor

STS.210J/ 21H.991J

3-0-9

Theories and Methods in the Study of History

Tues 10-1

4-144

Jeff Ravel

STS.250J/ 21A.750J

3-0-9

Social Theory and Analysis

Thurs 12-3

E51-393

Michael Fischer

STS.260

3-0-9

Introduction to Science, Technology, and Society

Wed 10-1

E51-393

David Jones & Vincent LÚpinay

STS.360J/ 21A.820J

3-0-9

Ethnography

Wed 12:30-3:30

56-191

Michael Fischer

STS.410J/ 21H.952J

3-0-9

Reading Seminar in American History, 1877 to the Present

Mon 9-12

66-148

Meg Jacobs

STS.435J/ 17.476J (meets with STS.072J/ 17.475J)

3-0-9

Nuclear Forces and Missile Defenses

Mon 11-2

E51-061

Theodore Postol

STS.445J/ MAS.714J

2-0-7

Technologies for Creative Learning

Wed 3-5

E15-209

Mitchel Resnick

STS.454

3-0-9

Science and Technology in the Museum Environment (NEW)

Mon 1-4

66-148

John Durant

STS.482J/ 17.310J/ ESD.103J

4-0-8

Science, Technology, and Public Policy

Tues/Thurs 3:30-5

E25-117

Ken Oye

21A.861/ 15.347

3-0-9

Methods for Graduate Research in the Social Sciences

Tues 9-12

16-220

Susan Silbey & Anne McCants

* STS.901 Technology & Classic American Literature (with Leo Marx) has been moved to the spring semester.