Check Out Our Curated Fall 2023 Course List (Undergrad Edition)!

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Get inspired by our twice yearly list of Princeton courses on media studies, technology, data and culture, and more.

African American Studies

AAS 303 / GSS 406 / HUM 347: Topics in Global Race and Ethnicity: Scientific Racism, Then and Now (Dannelle Gutarra Cordero)
AAS 332 / GSS 333: A History of Intellectual Appropriation of Blackness (Dannelle Gutarra Cordero)
AAS 339 / EGR 339: Black Mirror: Race, Technology, and Justice (Ruha Benjamin)

American Studies

AMS 406: Advanced Seminar in American Studies: The Disney Industrial Complex (William A. Gleason)


ANT 211: Surveillance, Technoscience, and Society (Beth Semel)
ANT 347: Culture, Media, and Data (Jeffrey D. Himpele)
ANT 437 / AAS 437: Gaming Blackness: The Anthropology of Video Games and Race (Akil Fletcher)


ARC 311: Building Science and Technology: Building Systems (V. Mitch McEwen)
ARC 522: History of Comparative Architecture: Architecture, Film and the Spatial Imaginary (Daniel Sherer)

Center for Human Values

CHV 385 / AAS 385 / VIS 385 / COM 308: The Hidden History of Hollywood–Research Film Studio (Erika A. Kiss)

Civil and Environmental Engineering

CEE 102A / EGR 102A / MAE 102A: Engineering in the Modern World (Michael G. Littman)
CEE 102B / EGR 102B / MAE 102B: Engineering in the Modern World (Michael G. Littman)

Comparative Literature

COM 300: Junior Seminar: Introduction to Comparative Literature (Karen R. Emmerich)
COM 513 / MOD 513 / PHI 554: Topics in Literature and Philosophy: Probable Lives (Daniel Heller-Roazen)

Computer Science

COS 109 / EGR 109: Computers in Our World (Brian W. Kernighan)
COS 126 / EGR 126: Computer Science: An Interdisciplinary Approach (Alan Kaplan; Dan Leyzberg)
COS 226: Algorithms and Data Structures (Pedro Miguel Reis Bento Paredes; Kevin Wayne)
COS 302 / SML 305 / ECE 305: Mathematics for Numerical Computing and Machine Learning (Ryan P. Adams)
COS 324: Introduction to Machine Learning (Suma P. Bhat; Jia Deng; Ruth C. Fong)
COS 350: Ethics of Computing (Arvind Narayanan)
COS 436: Human-Computer Interaction (Andrés Monroy-Hernández)
COS 597F: Advanced Topics in Computer Science: Embodied Language Understanding (Karthik Narasimhan)
COS 597G: Advanced Topics in Computer Science: Understanding Large Language Models (Danqi Chen)

East Asian Studies

EAS 239 / COM 254 / GSS 239: Modern Chinese Poetry: Seeing Modern China Through the Poetry Cloud (Xiaoyu Xia)

Electrical and Computer Engineering

ECE 434 / COS 434: Theoretical Machine Learning (Chi Jin)


EGR 361 / ENT 361 / URB 361 / AAS 348: The Reclamation Studio: Humanistic Design applied to Systemic Bias (Majora J. Carter)
EGR 383 / ENT 383: Design Research and Humanistic Innovation (ken anderson)


GER 523 / MOD 500 / HUM 523 / ENV 523: Topics in German Media Theory & History: Ecopolitics of Media: Material, Knowledge, Resource Regimes (Thomas Y. Levin)


HIS 298: Information Revolutions
HIS 390: Formations of Knowledge: Historical Approaches to Science, Technology, and Medicine (Katja Guenther)

Humanistic Studies

HUM 233 / EAS 233 / COM 233: East Asian Humanities I: The Classical Foundations (Brian R. Steininger; Trenton W. Wilson)


LIN 201 / CGS 205: Introduction to Language and Linguistics (Christiane D. Fellbaum)


MUS 314 / COS 314: Computer and Electronic Music through Programming, Performance, and Composition (Thomas Morrison)

Near Eastern Studies

NES 369 / HIS 251 / JDS 351: The World of the Cairo Geniza (Marina Rustow)


PHI 321: Philosophy of Science (David Builes)
PHI 322 / CGS 322: Philosophy of the Cognitive Sciences (Sarah-Jane Leslie)


POL 345 / SOC 305 / SPI 211: Introduction to Quantitative Social Science
POL 502: Mathematics for Political Science (Kristopher W. Ramsay)
POL 573 / SOC 595: Quantitative Analysis II (Rocío Titiunik)

Population Studies

POP 501 / SOC 531: Survey of Population Problems (Alicia Adsera)


PSY 255 / CGS 255: Cognitive Psychology (Jordan A. Taylor)
PSY 360 / COS 360: Computational Models of Cognition (Tom Griffiths)
PSY 503: Foundations of Statistical Methods for Psychological Science (Jason Geller)

Science and Technology Council

STC 349 / ENV 349 / JRN 349: Writing about Science (Michael D. Lemonick)


SOC 301: Statistical Methods in Sociology (Tod G. Hamilton)
SOC 500: Applied Social Statistics

Statistics and Machine Learning

SML 201: Introduction to Data Science (Daisy Yan Huang; Ricardo Pereira Masini)
SML 310: Research Projects in Data Science (A) (Ricardo Pereira Masini)
SML 312: Research Projects in Data Science (B) (Jonathan P. Hanke)


THR 210 / STC 210: Storytelling with Technology for Performance (David Bengali; LaJuné McMillian)

Translation and Intercultural Communication

TRA 200 / COM 209 / HUM 209: Thinking Translation: Language Transfer and Cultural Communication (Max D. Weiss)

Urban Studies

URB 385 / SOC 385 / CHV 385 / ARC 385: Mapping Gentrification (Aaron P. Schkuda)

Visual Arts

VIS 205 / CWR 215: Graphic Design: Typography (David W. Reinfurt)
VIS 220: Digital Animation (Tom Szetela)
VIS 425: Haptic Lab (Joe Scanlan)

Writing Program

WRI 177: The Posthuman (Marina Fedosik)
WRI 178: The Posthuman (Marina Fedosik)

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