JC Clapp
English/Humanities Faculty

Office: 2313A IB Building
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Phone: 206-934-4531
Fax: 206-934-3784
jc.clapp@seattlecolleges.edu

Courses I’m Currently Teaching

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North Seattle College
Seattle, Washington, USA
http://www.northseattle.edu

Courses I Teach:

Coordinated/Integrated Studies Classes I teach:

  • "Sex Sells: Gender and Advertising"
    with Psychology instructor, Melissa Grinley, Coming Spring 2018!
    Syllabus and Course Information
    10-12 credit on-campus course with the option to take Humanities 200: Reading the Media, English 102: Composition, and Psychology 257: Psychology of Gender (cross-listed as Women's Studies: 257) – Prerequisite: Completion of English 101
    Class Blog: http://sexsellsnscc.blogspot.com/
  • "Laugh Track: Comedy on Stage and Screen"
    with Drama instructor, Dawson Nichols, Fall 2016
    Syllabus and Course Information
    10-12 credit on-campus course with the option to take Humanities 110: Introduction to American Film, English 102: Composition II, and Drama 101: Introduction to Theatre -- Prerequisite: Completion of English 101
  • "Madness in Movies: Abnormal Psychology in American Film”
    with Psychology instructor, Brian Holt, Winter 2014
    Syllabus and Course Information

    10-12 credit on-campus course with the option to take Humanities 110: Introduction to American Film, English 102: Composition II, and Psychology 220: Abnormal Psychology – Prerequisite: Completion of  English 101 -- Psychology 100 strongly encouraged

     
  • "Stages on Pages: The Books We Read as We Grow Up"
    with Psychology instructor, Ann Voorhies, Fall 2010
    Syllabus and Course Information

    10-12 credit course with the option to take English 102: Composition, English 231: Children's Literature, and Psychology 200: Lifespan Development -- Prerequisites: Completion of both English 101 and Psychology 100
     
  • "Memories and Memoirs"
    with Psychology instructor, Melissa Grinley, Winter 2010
    Syllabus and Course Information
    10-12 credit on-campus with the option to take English 102: Composition, English 240: Reading and Writing Autobiography, and Psychology 255: Cognitive Psychology -- Prerequisites: English 101 and Psychology 100
    Class Blog: http://wheretheheckaremykeys.blogspot.com/

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