COURSES

The University of Georgia offers Reacting to the Past across a variety of subjects, course levels, and instructors. Offerings of courses with a Reacting element are changing constantly. Below is a catalog of courses that have contained a Reacting element in the past. The catalog can be searched using a multitude of criteria to find the class that best suits your needs!

Try using different search criteria to filter the variety of courses in which Reacting is offered! Some example searches include: “Humanities,” “STEM,” “Honors,” or “Intro.”

If you find a class that interests you, and you want more information, check out the UGA Bulletin to find out more! While we cannot guarantee that any of these classes will be using RTTP this semester, this list is your best guide to finding where RTTP exists at UGA!

GameSubjectCourseInstructorLast OfferedTags
Rousseau, Burke, and Revolution in France, 1791FYOSFYOS 1001: Freshman-year Odyssey SeminarDr. Andrew OwsiakSpring 2020FYOS, Humanities
The Threshold of Democracy: Athens in 403 BCEClassicsCLAS 1000: Greek CultureDr. Benjamin WolkowSpring 2020Introductory, Humanities
Atlanta, 1913: Justice for Mary Phagan and Leo FrankJournalismJRLC 5490: History of the Mass Media in the USDr. Janice HumeSpring 2020Upper-level, Humanities
Red Clay, 1835: Cherokee Removal and the Meaning of SovereigntyReligionRELI 2004: Introduction to Religion in Native American CulturesDr. Jace WeaverFall 2020Introductory, Humanities
The Threshold of Democracy: Athens in 403 BCEFYOSFYOS 1001: Freshman-year Odyssey SeminarDr. Naomi NormanFall 2020FYOS, Humanities
The Needs of Others: Human Rights, International Organizations, and Intervention in Rwanda, 1994Academic SuccessUNIV 1202: Becoming Active LearnersDr. Megan BrockFall 2019UNIV
Beware the Ides of March: Rome, 44 BCEFYOSFYOS 1001: Freshman-year Odyssey SeminarDr. Keith DixFall 2019FYOS, Humanities
London 1854: Cesspits, Cholera, and Conflict over the Broad Street PumpFYOSFYOS 1001: Freshman-year Odyssey SeminarDr. David PetersonFall 2019FYOS, Humanities
Greenwich Village, 1913: Suffrage, Labor, and the New WomanHistoryHIST 2112H: History of the United States, 1865 to PresentDr. Montgomery WolfFall 2019Introductory, Humanities, Honors
Black Uplift in Atlanta, 1905: DuBois vs. Booker T. WashingtonHistoryHIST 2112H: History of the United States, 1865 to PresentDr. Montgomery WolfFall 2019Introductory, Humanities, Honors
Climate Change in Copenhagen, 2009GeographyGEOG 2250H: Resources, Society, and the EnvironmentDr. Fausto SarmientoFall 2020Introductory, STEM, Honors
Rousseau, Burke, and Revolution in France, 1791FYOSFYOS 1001: Freshman-year Odyssey SeminarDr. Ben EhlersFall 2020FYOS, Humanities
Beware the Ides of March: Rome, 44 BCEClassicsCLAS 1010H: Roman CultureDr. Keith DixFall 2020Introductory, Humanities, Honors
Acid Tests and Activism: San Francisco, 1967-1969HistoryHIST 3073: U.S. History since 1945Dr. Montgomery WolfFall 2018Upper-level, Humanities
The Trial of Anne Hutchinson: Liberty, Law, and Intolerance in Puritan New EnglandHistoryHIST 3115: Reacting to the Past in American HistoryDr. Michael WinshipFall 2020Upper-level, Humanities
Patriots, Loyalists, and Revolution in New York City, 1775-1776HistoryHIST 3115: Reacting to the Past in American HistoryDr. Michael WinshipFall 2020Upper-level, Humanities
Changing the Game: Title IX, Gender, and College AthleticsAcademic SuccessUNIV 1202: Becoming Active LearnersDr. Megan BrockFall 2020UNIV