James H. Thomason Library

Library Course & Subject Guides
 

Art
Biology
Business/Accounting
Career Planning

Chemistry
Chinese Studies
Christian Education
Education
English
Film Studies
French
Freshman Studies
Health/Medicine

History
Mathematics

Music

Philosophy
Political Science

Psychology
Religion
Sociology

Southern Studies

Spanish
Theatre & Dance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Get Help















 


 
    Library Home
 

 

Art & Art History

back to top
Class # Course Professor
  ART 120  Basic 2-D Design Ann Stoddard
  ARTH 210 Medieval Art & Architecture   Crary
ART 257 History of Women in Art Crary
ART 352 Renaissance and Baroque Art Crary
  ARTH 220     Art in Italy, 1400 - 1700  Crary
  ARTH 450

Rethinking Primitivism       

Crary
  Click here to view archived Art & Art History guide pages  

 

Biology back to top
Class # Course Professor
  BIOL 215 Environmental Science  Yang
  BIOLOGY/BIOL 399 General subject guide       
  HEALTH / MEDICINE General subject guide     

 

Business/Accounting back to top
Class # Course Professor
  ACCOUNTING General subject guide  
  ACCT 203 Principles of Financial Accounting    
  BADM 353 Small Business Management  Scarborough

 

Career Planning back to top
Class # Course Professor
 

This guide provides the location of career materials at Thomason Library and in the extensive Career Services Library collection.

 

Career Services & Internships Library

Springs Campus Center, 3rd Floor Lobby

 

Chemistry back to top
Class # Course Professor
 

CHEMISTRY

General subject guide  

 

Chinese Studies back to top
Class # Course Professor
 

CHINA

General subject guide  

 

Christian Education back to top
Class # Course Professor
 

CHRISTIAN EDUCATION

General subject guide Davis

 

Education back to top
Class # Course Professor
  EDUCATION General subject guide  
  EDEC 303 Early Childhood Education Curriculum Lee
  EDUC 202 History of Education  Disasa
  EDUC 440 Capstone Seminar  Smart
  Click here to view archived Education guide pages  

 

English back to top
Class # Course Professor
  ENGL 105

English for International Students: Exploring the American South [SUMMER 2013]

T. Nolan
  ENGL 111 Introduction to the Short Story [SUMMER 2013] Stutts
  ENGL 111

Introduction to Children's Literature

Brent
  ENGL 111 Introduction to the Novel: Jane Austen Simpson
  ENGL 201 Survey of British Literature I  Simpson, Brent
  ENGL 213 Research Methods  Alexander
  ENGL 258 African-American Literature McGehee
  ENGL 313 Adolescent Literature  Stutts
  ENGL 317 Chaucer Brent
  ENGL 322 Women's Literature Simpson
  ENGL 325 Renaissance Poetry and Drama Simpson
  ENGL 329 The Victorian Age Alexander
  ENGL 334 Southern Women's Writing  McGehee
  ENGL 350 Shakespeare  Simpson
  ENGL 420 Getting Medieval          Brent
  ENGL 420

Be Afraid of the Dark: The American Monsters We'd Rather Not See       

Barr         
  POETRY General guide  
  Click here to view archived English guide pages  

 

Film Studies back to top
Class # Course Professor
 

FILM STUDIES

General subject guide   

 

French back to top
Class # Course Professor
  FRENCH 258 Re-Imagining Africa Through Film & Literature Kiley
 

FRENCH 403

18th Century French Literature Kiley
  Click here to view archived French guide pages  

 

Freshman Studies (FRST) back to top
Class # Course Professor

 

History back to top
Class # Course Professor
  HIST 2201 American History II Lampert
  HIST 3240 History of the South  Lampert
  HIST 3241 Women in American History Lampert
  HIST 3270 Civil War and America Lampert
  HIST 3414 Germany - The Restless Nation Wiecki
  HIST 3470 Europe Since 1945: Risen from the Ruins Wiecki
  HIST 3616 Modern Latin America Cosby
  HIST 3670 Race and Slavery in the Atlantic World Cosby
  HIST 4001 20th Century Europe  Wiecki
  HIST 4001 World Wars in Memoirs & Movies Wiecki
  HIST 4001 Tudor England Heiser
  Click here to view archived History guide pages  

 

Mathematics back to top
Class # Course Professor
  MATH General subject guide  

 

Music back to top
Class # Course Professor
  MUSC 212 Music of the World's Cultures Staff
  MUSC 360

History & Literature of Music I:Antiquity to 1750 

Buckland
  MUSC 361 History & Literature of Music II:1750-20th Century Buckland

 

Philosophy back to top
Class # Course Professor
  PHIL 440 Senior Capstone  Meadows
  PHIL 458 Philosophy and Film Meadows

 

Political Science back to top
Class # Course Professor
  PLSC 440 Capstone   Lance
  PLSC 440 Social Movements Ingram
  PLSC 458 Politics and the Media Ingram

 

Psychology back to top
Class # Course Professor
  PSYC 205 Experimental Study of Behavior Michaels

 

Religion & Philosophy back to top
Class # Course Professor
  BIBLE EXEGESIS Perkins
  RELG 101 Old Testament Vondergeest
  RELG 110 New Testament Perkins
  RELG 302 Christian Doctrine Hobbie
  RELG 322 Studies in the Synoptic Gospels Bryant
  RELG 440 Senior Capstone  Nolan
  CHRISTIAN EDUCATION General Subject Guide Davis

 

Sociology back to top
Class # Course Professor
  SOC 201 Introduction to Sociology Staff
  SOC 423 Research Methods Freymeyer

 

Southern Studies back to top
Class # Course Professor
  SOST 205 Introduction to Southern Studies McGehee

 

Spanish back to top
Class # Course Professor
  SPAN 201-202 Intermediate Spanish: Hispanic Culture Ramirez/Cox
  Click here to view archived Spanish guide pages  

 

Theatre & Dance back to top
Class # Course Professor
THEATRE General subject guide
  THEA 220 History of the Theatre I Preston
  THEA 221 History of the Theatre II Preston
  THEA 2103 African American Theatre  Preston
  THEA 325 Modern Dance Ragland
  THEA 350 Shakespeare Simpson
  THEA 1401 Movement Styles II Ragland

 

Get Help   back to top
Call
864-833-
7080
E-mail
libref@presby.edu
Stop by the
Reference Desk


Sara Rowe 833-8313
Dan Lee 833-8437


sfrowe@presby.edu
dlee@presby.edu

Hours:

Monday - Thursday: 8:30 am - 10 pm

Friday: 8:30 am - 5 pm

Sunday: 1:30 pm - 10 pm

Personal appointments also available.