We will be spending time in the outdoors observing, learning, drawing, collecting, and tasting edible wild plants. SustainCollins course – open to all residents.Learn more about this course
The course is designed to explore how Blackness within African American culture and sexuality has developed and been portrayed in the United States from enslavement into modernity.
This course explores a range of topics at the intersection of philosophy and literature, all of which are related to the question of what it would mean to pursue a philosophical problem through fiction.Learn more about this course
In this class, we will consider identity and its representations in the context of documentary photography.Learn more about this course
This course examines how modern technologies, from powerful gunboats to everyday objects, have been represented, imagined, and fantasized in China from the late nineteenth century to today.Learn more about this course
This course will explore a multitude of outbreaks, epidemics, and pandemics that have affected the globe over the last two millennia.Learn more about this course
This course is for returning students and student leaders at Collins who wish to translate their contributions to the living-learning center into a deeper academic experience. Students will do reading and writing that correlates with their position at Collins and leads to a more meaningful reflection on their impact on the community and on the possible translations of their work to the broader world. For more information, contact Collins director, Lara Kriegel at firstname.lastname@example.org.Learn more about this course