Spring Term Course Additions

Primarily for Undergraduates

Chemistry 2a. Organic Chemistry (elementary course). Half-course (spring term). Lectures, Mon., Wed., Fri., at 9; laboratory work, six to eight hours a week at times to be arranged. Dr. Gensler.

Chemistry 2a is open to students who have passed Chemistry Ab or B with a grade of C or better, or who having received a grade of D in Chemistry Ab or B, have received a grade of C in some other course in Chemistry or Physics. Under exceptional circumstances it is open to others who satisfy the instructor of their fitness to take the course. The lectures in Chemistry 2a or 2b, taken without laboratory work, may together be counted as a half-course.

For Undergraduates and Graduates

Anthropology 14. Archaeology of Africa and Races and Cultures of Negro Africa. Half-course (spring term). Mon., Wed., Fri., at 9. Mr. Ward.

Architectural Sciences 7a. Statics, Algebraic and Graphic. Half-course (spring term). Tu., Th., Sat., at 9. Professor Haertlein.

Architectural Sciences 7b. Resistance of Materials. Half-course (spring term) Tu., Th., Sat., at 8. Professor Haertlein.

Chinese Ab. Elementary Chinese. Half-course (spring term). Mon., Wed., Fri., at 10. Assistant Professor Cleaves.

Reading of modern texts. Prerequisite, Chinese Aa.

Economics 14a. Chinese Economic Problems. Half-course (spring term). Mon., Wed., and (at the pleasure of the instructor) Fri., at 2. Dr. Lindsay.

History 18a. Roman Law in Ancient and Mediaeval Culture (The Evolution of the Idea of Law in the Western World). Half-course (spring term). Mon., Wed., Fri., at 3. Dr. Bruck.

*Japanese A. Intensive Elementary Japanese. Grammar of Modern Japanese and the reading of simple modern texts with supplementary practice in writing and speaking. Full course (spring term). Mon., through Sat., at 9. Associate Professor Reischauer.

Mineralogy 6b. Crystal Chemistry. Half-course (spring term). Two lectures and three to five laboratory hours a week. Associate Professor Frondel.

A survey of the chemical and physical properties of crystalline solids in light of their atomic structure.

Open to those who have passed Chemistry A or B, or Mineralogy 2a and 2b. A knowledge of X-ray crystallography is desirable but not required.

Physics 4b. Electricity and Magnetism.--Alternating Currents. Half-course (spring term). Lectures and conferences, Tu., Th., Sat., at 12, and laboratory work, one three-hour exercise every other week. Professor Street.

Physics 4a and 4b may be taken in either order. The prerequisites are ordinarily Physics A or D and Mathematics A and 2. Mathematics 2b may be taken concurrently.

Philosophy 1. Logic. Half-course (spring term). Mon., Wed., Fri., at 9. Associate Professor Quine.

This course is open to Freshmen with the consent of the instructor, and pre-supposes no previous course in philosophy.

Scandinavian 12. Danish and Dano-Norwegian. Reading of selected texts. Half-course (spring term). Hours to be arranged. Dr. Mitchell.

Slavic 10c. Elementary Russian (intensive. Full course (spring term). Mon., through Fri., at 10, with practice hours to be arranged. Mr. Znamensky.

Slavic 11c. Intermediate Russian (intensive). Full course (spring term). Mon., through Fri., at 12 with practice hours to be arranged. Mr. Slonimsky.

Primarily for Graduates

Applied Science 40. Thermodynamic Properties of Materials. Half-course (spring term). Lectures, Mon., Wed., Fri., at 9. Professor Berry.

This course is open to students who have taken Applied Science 6 or the equivalent.

Comparative Philology 300g. Comparative Grammar of the Scandinavian Languages. Half-course (spring term). Professor Magoun.

Economics 109a. Monopolistic Competition and Allied Problems. Half-course (spring term). Mon., Wed., and (at the pleasure of the instructor) Fri., at 12. Professor Chamberlin.

English 170c American Novel to 1900. Half-course (spring term). Tu., Th., and (at the pleasure of the instructor) Sat., at 11. Professor Murdock.

*English 186b. Bibliography (continued). Half-course (spring term). Hours to be arranged. Professor W. A. Jackson.

An advanced course for students of bibliographical evidence and open only to specially qualified students.

English 240b. Henry Fielding as Dramatist, Novelist, and Essayist. Half-course (spring term). Mon., 4-6. Professor Sherburn.

English 300q. American Literature. Assistant Professor Simpson.

English 300r. Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. Assistant Professor Baker.

English 300s. Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. Assistant Professor Bate.

French 33. The Minor Works of Roussean. Half-course (spring term). Th., 4-6, and a third hour (at the pleasure of the instructor) to be arranged. Associate Professor Francon.

Geology 20j. Research in Sedimentation. Appointments at the pleasure of the instructor. Mr. Stetson.

History of Science 200. Direction of Doctoral Dissertations. Professor Sarton.

History of Science 201. Reading and Research. Professor Sarton.

Mathematics 35. Divergent Series. Half-course (spring term). Tu., Th., Sat., at 11. Mr. R. C. Buck.

This course is open to students who have taken Mathematics 13a or its equivalent.

*Music G. Choral Conducting. Half-course (spring term). Professor Woodworth.

A study of the technique of choral conducting through actual practice. Each member of the course will conduct frequently, using the class (and auditors) as a laboratory chorus.

Practical problems in the performance of choral music of different periods. Dynamics, rhythm, tempo, basso continuo, instrumental accompaniments, number of performers, balance of parts, and related problems of style, approached historically and analytically.

Survey of choral literature of all periods, published and unpublished, available for college choirs and glee clubs, school choruses, and other singing groups.

This course may be offered for credit only in programs for the Master's degree. It may be taken in successive years, but may be counted only once.

Physics 47b. Special Topics in Theoretical Physics (continued). Half-course (spring term). Lectures, Tu., Th., Sat., at 11. Associate Professor Schwinger.

The content of this course varies. In 1946-47 it will be Advanced Nuclear Physics, for which Physics 35 will be pre-requisite.

Scandinavian 102b. The Heroic Poems of the Elder Edda. Half-course (spring term). Mon., Wed., and (at the pleasure of the instructor) Fri., at 10. Professor Magoun.

Social Relations 255. Seminar: Topics in Social Psychology. Half-course (spring term). Hours to be arranged. Dr. Korchin and members of the Department.