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by Timothy Morton
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The Romantic period witnessed the birth of major new forms of writing and thinking that are still relevant today. The social transition from an age of commerce and colonialism to an era of industry and imperialism radically changed the entire surface of the world.

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by Dan Gusfield
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This is a rigorous undergraduate course taught by UC Davis computer science professor Dan Gusfield on the Theory of Computation.

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by John Owens
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UC Davis Professor John Owens teaches this introduction to the design and analysis of the architecture of computer graphics systems.

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by Marco Molinaro
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This is the introductory class for biophotonics with an overview of the UC Davis Center for Biophotonics Science and Technology.

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by Colin Carter
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This course by Professor Colin Carter of agricultural and resource economics focuses on the institutional structure and economic functions of futures and options markets.

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by Gregory Clark
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This course details the nature and development of economies from pre-history to the Industrial Revolution.

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by Victoria Cross
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Introduction to human information processing, mental representation and transformation, imagery, attention, memory, language processing, concept formation, problem solving, and computer simulation.

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by Timothy Morton
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What is ecology? What is nature? What is ecological literature? In this class Timothy Morton, professor of English and nature and culture, investigates these profound and very urgent questions.

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by Margaret Swisher
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The goal of this course is to help graduate students and postdoctoral scholars prepare and deliver excellent presentations to a variety of audiences. These requirements for public speaking are common to graduate students in every field of study.

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by Ken Kaplan
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Cellular function lies at the root of all complex and simple biological systems.

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