January Term Courses Cover Broad Range of Topics

Students Can Register for J-Term Courses Through December 1

November 24, 2015 – The December 1 deadline is approaching for Trinity students to register for the 2016 January Term, taking place between January 11 and 22, on and off campus. Working closely with a faculty member in a small class setting, students can select from a broad range of topics and earn a half-credit, with each course meeting for a total of 20 hours.

This January, students will be studying such subjects as “#Black Lives Matter,” with Johnny Williams, associate professor of sociology; “Oedipus the King on Page, Stage, and Screen,” with Meredith Safran, assistant professor of classics; “Voodoo, Zombies, and the Conjured Dead,” with Timothy Landry, assistant professor of anthropology and religion; and “You’ve Got (Snail) Mail” with Karen Li Miller, visiting assistant professor of American Studies, Graduate Program.

A full listing of course offerings can be found on the January Term website. This year, J-Term enters its third year of a three-year pilot program.