SOCIOL 189

Advanced Honors Seminars

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I took the Soc 189 honors section attached to the main Soc 173 course in Fall 2020. It was my first ever honors seminar, so I was a little nervous, but it turned out to be a great experience. We basically dissected a book throughout the quarter (Slavery and Social Death) that was very relevant to the material that we were discussing in the main Sociology 173 course, but also went far beyond it to dive deep into a particular type of social and economic relationship. The only things you had to turn in for the course were weekly memos of about 900-1200 words that summarized the chapter for that week and applied it to some situation outside of the text (your personal experiences, another thing you learned about in a different class, etc.). He also allowed you to miss one week's memo without penalty. Then during the seminars we would discuss the reading that week and our thoughts on it in breakout rooms and as a class. It was very chill and felt like an inviting space to share my thoughts. I also appreciated the chance to get to know a small group of my peers and Professor Rossman on a more personal level. Overall, I highly recommend taking an honors seminar with Professor Rossman.

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