J-Term 2015 Course Offerings

With 14 program offerings to choose from, PLU students participated in these study away courses (featured below) during J-Term 2015.

International Offerings:

Andean History

Gina Hames, History
glh@plu.edu

Business and Culture of China and South Korea

Brian Maeng, Business
maeng@plu.edu

Environmental Literature in Ecuador and Peru: Galapagos, Amazon and Andes

Charles Bergman, English
bergman@plu.edu

Language and Culture in the New Germany

Kirsten Christensen, Languages and Literatures
kmc@plu.edu

Eternal Summer Gilds Them Yet: The Literature, Legend, and Legacy of Ancient Greece

Tyler Travillian, Languages and Literatures
traviltt@plu.edu

RELI 213: Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean (RG)

Antonios Finitsis, Religion
finitsak@plu.edu

Comparative Education – Hungary

Frank Kline, Education
klinefm@plu.edu

Saraswati: The Exploration of Art, Culture, and Spirituality in Bali

JP Avila, Art
jp.avila@plu.edu

Comparative Education – Namibia

Jan Weiss, Education
weissjm@plu.edu

Learning While Tramping on the Track of New Zealand

Bradford Moore, Kinesiology
moorebl@plu.edu

Social, Educational, and Health Services in Tobago

JoDee Keller, Social Work
kellerjg@plu.edu

Spanish Immersion in Montevideo

Perla Gamboa, Languages and Literatures
gamboapd@plu.edu

Domestic Offerings:

Makah Culture Past and Present

David Huelsbeck, Anthropology
huelsbdr@plu.edu

January Term on the Hilltop

Kathy Russell, Social Work
russelkz@plu.edu

Cancelled Courses:

Economics of Sports

Mark Reiman, Economics
reimanma@plu.edu

Norris Peterson, Economics
petersna@plu.edu

Printmaking in China

Craig Cornwall, Art
cornwacc@plu.edu

Democracy in Theory and Practice

Michael Schleeter, Philosophy
schleemt@plu.edu

**The Wang Center also supported an MBA International Experience program in January 2015:

January 2015 – Peru
Exploring the Wonders of Peru: International Business and Culture
Professor Mark Mulder