18. Culture Counts

Description
This focal study is intended to open the world of multicultural perspectives through particular investigations of cultures, globalized politics, international communication and world literature.

Instructions
Complete at least three courses and a minimum of 10 credits. No more than two of these courses may have the same disciplinary prefix.

 

First Cluster (complete 3 courses)
ANTH 101  Introduction to Anthropology  4 credits
ANTH 239 Introduction to Indigenous Studies 4 credits
ARTHI 276 Art and Architecture of Asia 4 credits
ARTHI 342 Islamic Art and Architecture 4 credits
ENGL 223 Native American Literature 4 credits
ENGL 227 Introduction to World Literature 4 credits
HIST 113 Islamic Middle East, 570-1300 4 credits
HIST 232  The Holocaust  4 credits    
HIST 235   Europe Since World War II  4 credits
HIST 246 American West: History, Memory, and Popular Culture 2 credits
HIST 261 American Popular Culture 4 credits
HIST 333 History of the British Empire 4 credits
HUM 207 German Film in English 4 credits
IS 305/HUM 305   West Meets East   4 credits  
MEDA 220 Film and Society 4 credits  
PHIL 305 Asian Philosophy 4 credits  
PSJ 251 South Africa: Culture, Politics, and Travel 2 credits
PSJ 351 South Africa Travel Course 2 credits
POLS 180 The U.S. in World Affairs  4 credits  
POLS 330  National and Global Challenges   4 credits
POLS 331 Modern Dictatorship  4 credits
SOC/PSJ 347 Global Capitalism/Neo-Colonial Inequality  4 credits 
SPAN 325 Mexican-American Cultural Explorations 4 credits
     
CHIN 201 or above Intermediate Chinese    4 credits
  OR       
FREN 201 or above Intermediate French   4 credits
  OR       
GER 201 or above Intermediate German 4 credits
  OR     
JAPN 201 or above Intermediate Japanese   4 credits
  OR        
SPAN 201  or above Intermediate Spanish   4 credits