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Spring 2021: Haverford
|Registration-ID||Course Name||Instructor||Misc||Days and Times||Location|
|SOCLH155B001||Foundations in Social Theory||Gould,Mark||Class Nbr: 1648 Hav: SO, B||TF 01:10pm-02:30pm
|SOCLH155B002||Foundations in Social Theory||McKeever,Matthew||Class Nbr: 1649 Lim: 30 ; Hav: SO, B||MTh 11:10am-12:30pm
|SOCLH170B001||Sex Under Capitalism: Intimate Relations Between Economy and Society||Ronen,Shelly||Class Nbr: 2289 Lim: 15 ; Hav: SO, B||TF 09:40am-11:00am
|SOCLH215B001||Quantitative Methods||McKeever,Matthew||Class Nbr: 1650 Lim: 30 ; Hav: QU, SO, B||MTh 09:40am-11:00am
|SOCLH217B001||Qualitative Research Methods||Ronen,Shelly||Class Nbr: 2712 Lim: 25 ; Hav: SO, B||T 01:10pm-04:00pm
|SOCLH235B001||Class, Race, and Education||Gould,Mark||Class Nbr: 2290 Hav: SO, B||TTh 11:10am-12:30pm
|SOCLH450B001||Senior Departmental Studies||Gould,Mark||Class Nbr: 1777 Hav: SO|
|SOCLH450B002||Senior Departmental Studies||McKeever,Matthew||Class Nbr: 1778 Hav: SO|
|SOCLH450B003||Senior Departmental Studies||Ronen,Shelly||Class Nbr: 2291 Hav: SO|
|SOCLH460B001||Teaching Assistant||Gould,Mark||Class Nbr: 2016 BMC: I; Hav: SO|