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  • Courses — Woodrow Hodges — Carthage College
    For Faculty Login Faculty Woodrow Hodges Courses Courses Professor Hodges teaches the following courses MUS 1010 Music Theory I MUS 1020 Aural Skills I MUS 1030 Music Theory II MUS 1040 Aural Skills II MUS 1150 Exploring Music MUS 2000 A Survey of Symphonic Literature MUS 2050 Woodwind Techniques in Schools MUS 3010 Seminar in Form and Analysis Courses Music at Carthage Woodrow Hodges Associate Professor of Music Contact Information

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  • Courses — Laura Huaracha — Carthage College
    Login Faculty Laura Huaracha Courses Courses Professor Huaracha teaches the following courses CDM 1150 Introduction to Human Symbolic Activity CDM 1300 Introduction to Visual Communication CDM 2000 Graphic Design I CDM 2500 Basic Digital Photography CDM 3150 History of Graphic Design CDM 3750 Graphic Design II CDM 4020 Senior Seminar for Graphic Design Majors Courses Communication and Digital Media Department Laura Huaracha Assistant Professor of Communications and Digital Media Contact

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  • Biography — Carolyn Hudson — Carthage College
    A and M A degrees in fine art and English literature specializing in the early modern period Before coming to Wisconsin she taught at York and Oxford Colleges of Further Education and has taught at Carthage since 1981 Professor Hudson s lifelong commitment to the interdisciplinary learning experience and her arts humanities background led to her crafting and piloting many of the cutting edge interdisciplinary programs now at the core of the Carthage education experience As well as teaching specialized classes in art history she teaches in the Western Heritage Studies Program the Women s and Gender Studies Program and the Carthage Symposium Professor Hudson frequently collaborates with faculty from other departments to explore the arts from a multitude of perspectives for example The West and the World Western Civ The Philosophy of Art and Beauty Art and Philosophy Women in the Visual and Performing Arts Art Music Theater Women and Gender Art Music and Literature in Historical Context Art Music and English The Italian Experience Art Religion and Culture Art and Classics Art and Literature in The American Century Art and English Art and Psychology Art and Psychology Her 2009 publication in the seventh annual International Journal for the

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  • Courses — Carolyn Hudson — Carthage College
    Professor Hudson frequently collaborates with faculty from other departments to explore the arts from a multitude of perspectives This collaboration has led to many interdisciplinary courses including The West and the World Western Civilization The Philosophy of Art and Beauty art and philosophy Women in the Visual and Performing Arts arts music theatre women and gender studies Art Music and Literature in Historical Context art music and English The Italian

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  • News — Carolyn Hudson — Carthage College
    New Orleans Human Experience as the Mask of God The Hero s Journey as the Quest for the Sacred in Literature and the Arts A paper by Prof Hudson Obama s Election and the End of Postmodernism was published in the refereed 2009 annal International Journal of the Humanities Her juried papers were accepted at the International Conference on the Arts in Society in Venice Italy and the International Conference

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  • Biography — Kimberly Instenes — Carthage College
    teaching at these schools she has designed costumes and makeup for a number of productions including Imaginary Invalid Pride and Prejudice Trojan War Sweeney Todd and Translations She continues to work as a freelance costume and makeup designer in the Milwaukee Chicago area Professional design credits include A Year with Frog and Toad The Giver and Perseus Bayou at First Stage Milwaukee Jeeves Intervenes at Milwaukee Chamber Theatre Romeo and Juliet at Milwaukee Shakespeare the Milwaukee Repertory Theater Renaissance Theatre Works Utah Shakespearean Festival and the Racine Theatre Guild and recently costume designer for the world premiere of Gossamer written by Lois Lowry and performed at First Stage Milwaukee The first two years at Carthage have also been creative for Professor Instenes designing The Good Woman of Setzuan Thoroughly Modern Millie and Lysistrata to name a few Lysistrata won her a Certificate of Merit from the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival for costume design and an invitation to show her work at the festival She is excited to be a part of the Theatre Department here at Carthage as it strengthens and strives to create theatre artists of the highest quality She enjoys the thrill of watching a student

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  • Courses — Kimberly Instenes — Carthage College
    Faculty Login Faculty Kimberly Instenes Courses Courses Professor Instenes teaches the following courses THR 1150 Introduction to Theatre THR 2920 Play Production II Costuming and Makeup Biography Courses Theatre at Carthage Kim Instenes Assistant Professor of Theatre Costume Designer Contact

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  • Theatre
    Events Campus Life For Faculty Login Theatre at Carthage A redirector page has been set up without anywhere to redirect to Academic Resources Academic Calendar College Catalog Course Schedules Academic Advising Prospective Students Admissions Areas of Study Viewbook Virtual Campus

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