Here are a few of the courses that have used Ishmael or other Quinn books or tapes:

• African American History
• Allied Health
• Alpha Seminar First Year Experience Program
• Alternative Educational Unit program
• Alternative Vision of Humanity
• American Indian Education
• American Indian History
• American Indian Women
• American Literature
• American Studies: The Simple Life
• Ancient Civilizations
• Ancient History
• Ancient Society
• Animal Behavior
• Animal Voice-Human Vision
• Anthropology (physical & cultural)
• Anthropology of the Future
• AP Environmental Science
• AP Human Geography
• Art and Life
• Artist’s Hazards
• Big Questions for a Small Planet
• Biology
• Biosocial Psychology (grad)
• Business and Environment
• Business Ethics
• Capstone Seminar in Public and Community Service Studies
• Chemistry in the Community
• Chemistry
• Civics
• Classics
• Community Service: A Study in Making a Difference
• Comparative World Studies
• Composition
• Conservation Biology
• Constitutional Jurisprudence
• Contemporary Ethical Dilemmas
• Contemporary Issues Seminar
• Contemporary Literature
• Creating a New Story
• Creating a Sane Society
• Creating Sustainable Communities
• Critical Thinking
• Cross-cultural Education
• Cross-cultural Psychology
• Cultural Dynamics of Technology
• Cultural Geography
• Culture, Racism, and Human Nature
• Depth Psychology
• Dialogue Process
• Dinosaurs and Disasters
• Doctrine of Creation
• Earth Community/Earth Ethics
• Ecological Ethics
• Ecology & the Environmen
• Ecology and Evolution
• Ecology, Ethics, Wilderness
• Economics
• Economy-Ecology-Ethics
• Ecopsychology
• Ecosystem Health
• Effective Writing
• English 4 Honors
• English 12
• English-Biology Core
• English-History Core
• Environment and Mankind
• Environment and Society
• Environment and Values
• Environmental Biology
• Environmental Economics
• Environmental Ethics
• Environmental Issues and Actions
• Environmental Literature
• Environmental Policy-making
• Environmental Politics
• Environmental Psychology
• Environmental Science
• Environmental Sociology
• Environmental Studies
• Environmental Theory
• ESL (English as a Second Lanugage): Turkey
• Essential Daniel Quinn Reader
• Ethical Practice
• Ethics
• European History
• EXCO (Experimental College)course
• Fantasy Novels
• Federal Indian Law
• First Nations and Cross-cultural Education
• First Nations
• Folklore
• Foundations of Organizational Service
• French
• General Communication & Counseliing Theory
• Genetics
• Geography and Environment
• Geography: Resources, Poopulation, and Conservation
• Geology
• Global Civic Responsibilit
• Global Futures: Ecology, Feminism, and Religion
• Global Insights
• Global Problems
• Global, Political, and Economic Development
• Government
• Green Architecture
• Hazardous Materials Policy Regulation
• Health and Pollution
• History of Opera
• Human Environment
• Human Ethology
• Human Modifications of Natural Environments
• Humanities Interdisciplinary Program
• Humanities
• Ideas in Western Literature
• Independent Future Studies
• Indigenous Studies
• Influence of Technology on Culture and Society
• Inquiry 101
• International Baccalaureate Program
• International Studies
• Interpersonal Multicultural Communications
• Introduction to Archaeology
• Introduction to Criminal Justice
• Introduction to Geography
• Introduction to Literature (University in the High School)
• Introduction to Social Ecology
• Inventing Death
• Issues in Global Leadership
• Law and Religion
• Learning Community/Diversity of Life–freshman comp
• Legal Philosophy
• Liberal Arts Symposium-“Origins”
• Literature and Film as Social Commentary
• Literature and Ideas of Nature
• Literature and Philosophy
• Literature and Theories of Human Nature
• Literature as Philosophy
• Literature for the Inner Quest
• Literature
• Marine, Aquatic/Technological, and Environmental Science Program (MATES)
• MBA classes
• Meaning in Life: Philosophy & Religion Through Literature
• Mind and Nature
• Myth, Metaphor, and Symbol
• Mythic Patterns
• Mythology
• Myths, Dreams, and Cultures
• Native American studies
• Natural Resources Management
• Natural Science
• Nonprofit Management
• Old Testament
• Ologies and Isms
• Organismic Biology
• Organizational behavior
• Organizational Learning
• Organizational Theory
• Outdoor Recreation, Parks and Tourism
• Peace & Freedom
• Peace Studies
• People, Work, and Technology
• Perspectives on Agriculture and the Environment
• Philosophy for Secondary Education-synecology (post Masters level)
• Philosophy in Literature
• Philosophy of Religion
• Philosophy
• Physics 115: Energy
• Police Ethics
• Political Science
• Political Theory
• Population Growth and Sustainability
• Principles of Management
• Problems in Philosophy
• Public Issues
• Qualitative Research and Writing
• Quantum Physics
• Radical and Revolutionary Thought
• Reading
• Religion and Ecology
• Religion
• Religious Traditions and Care of the Earth
• School and Society
• Science (5th grade)
• Science, Technology & Society
• Shaping the 21st Century
• Simple Life
• Social and Political Philosophy
• Social Ecology
• Social Inequality
• Social Problems
• Social Studies Education (for elem. & early childhood education majors)
• Social Work
• Sociocultural Anthropology & Linguistics
• Sociocultural Anthropology
• Sociological Perspectives
• Sociology of Religion
• Sociology of Work
• Socratic Seminar-Environmental Science
• Southwest Minority Child in the Classroom
• Substance Abuse Treatment Program
• Summer Reading (schoolwide or various classes)
• Sustainable Design
• Systems of Survival
• Teacher as Parent and Professional
• Texts and Critics Honors Seminar
• The Human Person
• Themes and Types of Literature
• Theories of Human Nature
• Theory of Knowledge
• Topics in Archaeology: Domestication & Its Consequences
• Twentieth Century Literature
• U.S. History/American Literature
• U.S. History
• Understanding Environmental Issues
• Utopian Fiction
• Utopian Literature
• Visionaries
• War and Possibilities of Peace
• Ways of Teaching Literature
• Western Civilization & Literature
• Western Civilization
• World Civilization
• World Cultures
• World History & Philosophy
• World History
• World Literature
• World of Ideas
• Zoology

Is your course using Daniel Quinn’s books? Do you know of other courses besides those on this list? Let us know!

Here are a few of the courses that have used Ishmael or other Quinn books or tapes:

• African American History
• Allied Health
• Alpha Seminar First Year Experience Program
• Alternative Educational Unit program
• Alternative Vision of Humanity
• American Indian Education
• American Indian History
• American Indian Women
• American Literature
• American Studies: The Simple Life
• Ancient Civilizations
• Ancient History
• Ancient Society
• Animal Behavior
• Animal Voice-Human Vision
• Anthropology (physical & cultural)
• Anthropology of the Future
• AP Environmental Science
• AP Human Geography
• Art and Life
• Artist’s Hazards
• Big Questions for a Small Planet
• Biology
• Biosocial Psychology (grad)
• Business and Environment
• Business Ethics
• Capstone Seminar in Public and Community Service Studies
• Chemistry in the Community
• Chemistry
• Civics
• Classics
• Community Service: A Study in Making a Difference
• Comparative World Studies
• Composition
• Conservation Biology
• Constitutional Jurisprudence
• Contemporary Ethical Dilemmas
• Contemporary Issues Seminar
• Contemporary Literature
• Creating a New Story
• Creating a Sane Society
• Creating Sustainable Communities
• Critical Thinking
• Cross-cultural Education
• Cross-cultural Psychology
• Cultural Dynamics of Technology
• Cultural Geography
• Culture, Racism, and Human Nature
• Depth Psychology
• Dialogue Process
• Dinosaurs and Disasters
• Doctrine of Creation
• Earth Community/Earth Ethics
• Ecological Ethics
• Ecology & the Environmen
• Ecology and Evolution
• Ecology, Ethics, Wilderness
• Economics
• Economy-Ecology-Ethics
• Ecopsychology
• Ecosystem Health
• Effective Writing
• English 4 Honors
• English-Biology Core
• English-History Core
• Environment and Mankind
• Environment and Society
• Environment and Values
• Environmental Biology
• Environmental Economics
• Environmental Ethics
• Environmental Issues and Actions
• Environmental Literature
• Environmental Policy-making
• Environmental Politics
• Environmental Psychology
• Environmental Science
• Environmental Sociology
• Environmental Studies
• Environmental Theory
• ESL (English as a Second Lanugage): Turkey
• Essential Daniel Quinn Reader
• Ethical Practice
• Ethics
• European History
• EXCO (Experimental College)course
• Fantasy Novels
• Federal Indian Law
• First Nations and Cross-cultural Education
• First Nations
• Folklore
• Foundations of Organizational Service
• French
• General Communication & Counseliing Theory
• Genetics
• Geography and Environment
• Geography: Resources, Poopulation, and Conservation
• Geology
• Global Civic Responsibilit
• Global Futures: Ecology, Feminism, and Religion
• Global Insights
• Global Problems
• Global, Political, and Economic Development
• Government
• Green Architecture
• Hazardous Materials Policy Regulation
• Health and Pollution
• History of Opera
• Human Environment
• Human Ethology
• Human Modifications of Natural Environments
• Humanities Interdisciplinary Program
• Humanities
• Ideas in Western Literature
• Independent Future Studies
• Indigenous Studies
• Influence of Technology on Culture and Society
• Inquiry 101
• International Baccalaureate Program
• International Studies
• Interpersonal Multicultural Communications
• Introduction to Archaeology
• Introduction to Criminal Justice
• Introduction to Geography
• Introduction to Social Ecology
• Inventing Death
• Issues in Global Leadership
• Law and Religion
• Learning Community/Diversity of Life–freshman comp
• Legal Philosophy
• Liberal Arts Symposium-“Origins”
• Literature and Film as Social Commentary
• Literature and Ideas of Nature
• Literature and Philosophy
• Literature and Theories of Human Nature
• Literature as Philosophy
• Literature for the Inner Quest
• Literature
• Marine, Aquatic/Technological, and Environmental Science Program (MATES)
• MBA classes
• Meaning in Life: Philosophy & Religion Through Literature
• Mind and Nature
• Myth, Metaphor, and Symbol
• Mythic Patterns
• Mythology
• Myths, Dreams, and Cultures
• Native American studies
• Natural Resources Management
• Natural Science
• Nonprofit Management
• Old Testament
• Ologies and Isms
• Organismic Biology
• Organizational behavior
• Organizational Learning
• Organizational Theory
• Outdoor Recreation, Parks and Tourism
• Peace & Freedom
• Peace Studies
• People, Work, and Technology
• Perspectives on Agriculture and the Environment
• Philosophy for Secondary Education-synecology (post Masters level)
• Philosophy in Literature
• Philosophy of Religion
• Philosophy
• Physics 115: Energy
• Police Ethics
• Political Science
• Political Theory
• Population Growth and Sustainability
• Principles of Management
• Problems in Philosophy
• Public Issues
• Qualitative Research and Writing
• Quantum Physics
• Radical and Revolutionary Thought
• Reading
• Religion and Ecology
• Religion
• Religious Traditions and Care of the Earth
• School and Society
• Science (5th grade)
• Science, Technology & Society
• Shaping the 21st Century
• Simple Life
• Social and Political Philosophy
• Social Ecology
• Social Inequality
• Social Problems
• Social Studies Education (for elem. & early childhood education majors)
• Social Work
• Sociocultural Anthropology & Linguistics
• Sociocultural Anthropology
• Sociological Perspectives
• Sociology of Religion
• Sociology of Work
• Socratic Seminar-Environmental Science
• Southwest Minority Child in the Classroom
• Substance Abuse Treatment Program
• Summer Reading (schoolwide or various classes)
• Sustainable Design
• Systems of Survival
• Teacher as Parent and Professional
• Texts and Critics Honors Seminar
• The Human Person
• Themes and Types of Literature
• Theories of Human Nature
• Theory of Knowledge
• Topics in Archaeology: Domestication & Its Consequences
• Twentieth Century Literature
• U.S. History/American Literature
• U.S. History
• Understanding Environmental Issues
• Utopian Fiction
• Utopian Literature
• Visionaries
• War and Possibilities of Peace
• Ways of Teaching Literature
• Western Civilization & Literature
• Western Civilization
• World Civilization
• World Cultures
• World History & Philosophy
• World History
• World Literature
• World of Ideas
• Zoology

Is your course using Daniel Quinn’s books? Do you know of other courses besides those on this list? Let us know!