A couple of these don't appear to be very strange at all. I teach a course called "Leadership Studies in Popular Film."
Man am I glad most of my courses somehow contained the word electron in the title.
A lot of these title seems like legitimate rhetorical analysis subjects. It's good to break down the rhetoic that's used inside and outside college campuses and see what, if anything, is actually behind it. Of course, you have to go to one of these classes expecting to be the "reactionary" in the group.
I think the title of the article overstates the content.
How about: Ward Churchill, the fakest Indian since Michael Pate played Vittorio in Hondo.
Interesting—Obama’s first collegegiate stop after High School in Hawaii, before transferring to Columbia, was Occidental College.
1. Occidental Colleges The Phallus covers a broad study on the relation between the phallus and the penis, the meaning of the phallus, phallologocentrism, the lesbian phallus, the Jewish phallus, the Latino phallus, and the relation of the phallus and fetishism.
5. Occidental Collegemaking the list twice for the second year in a rowoffers Blackness, which elaborates on a new blackness, critical blackness, post-blackness, and an unforgivable blackness, which all combine to create a feminist New Black Man.
Gee, and I wasted my time by taking stuff like American History and Shakespeare.