Spring 2019 International Studies Courses

Spring 2019 International Studies Program

Pathway Courses

  • ANT 160 Cultural Diversity in the Modern World
  • ANT 225 Cultural, Environmental, and Global Issues
  • GEO 160 Lands/People of the Non-Western World
  • GEO 162 Introduction to Global Environmental Issues
  • HIS 104 European History Through the Mid-17th Century
  • HIS 105 European History from the Mid-17th Century Through the Present
  • PS 210 Introduction to Comparative Politics
  • PS 230 Introduction to International Relations
  • MCL 100 The World of Language
  • MCL 200 Global Literacy
  • SOC 180 Global Societies in Comparative Perspectives
  • A-H 106 Renaissance to Modern Art
  • GEO 172 Human Geography

Capstone Seminar Project

  • INT 495-001 Colonialism and Post-colonialism
  • INT 495-0 International Development Issues

Culture and the Arts

  • A-H 310 Asian Art and Culture, Women in Japanese Art
  • A-H 323 Medieval Christian Iconography
  • A-H 350-001 Contemporary Art and Visual Studies, Art in a Global Context Since 1990
  • A&S 300-001 Food Cultures of the Hispanic World: It’s Not Just Hot Anymore!
  • AIS 330 Islamic Civilization II
  • AIS 435 Topics in Islamic Studies: Culture in the Middle East
  • ANT 321/JPN 321 Introduction to Japanese Culture, Meiji (1868) to Present ANT
  • 328 The Ancient Maya
  • ANT 401 Gender Roles, Cross-Cultural Perspective
  • CHI 321 Introduction to Contemporary Chinese Film
  • CHI 323 Chinese Drama from Past to Present
  • CHI 330 Introduction to Chinese Culture, Pre-modern to 1840
  • CHI 511 Literary Chinese
  • CLA 230/HIS 230 Hellenistic World, the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire to the death of Constantine
  • CLA 302 Latin Literature II: Catullus & Horace
  • CLA 391/HIS 391 Christians in the Roman Empire
  • CLA 555 Greek Prose, Plato
  • ENG 241 Survey of British Literature I
  • ENG 242 Survey of British Literature II
  • ENG 342 Shakespeare
  • ENG 343 Renaissance Drama and Society Outside Shakespeare
  • ENG 440G Studies in British Literature: Shakespeare’s History Plays
  • FR 215 Visual Cultures
  • FR 324 Studies in French Literature: Love and War in the Lyric Tradition
  • FR 344 The Literary Text: Short Story in France
  • FR 425 Media Studies FR 471 Topical Seminar II: Women in Comics
  • GER 311 Introduction to German Literature: Families
  • GER 342 War, Peace, and Terror in the context of Germany and Europe
  • GER 361 German Cinema
  • GER 363 German Mythology GER 516 Studies in Genre: Film
  • GWS 302-001 Gender Across the World: Global Gays
  • HIS 352-001 Topics in European History Before 1789: Perceptions of Jesus The Christ: From the Gospel of Mark to the Gospel of Mel Gibson
  • HIS 353-002 Topics in European History Since 1789: Jewish Civilizations Since 1492
  • HIS 353-003 Topics in European History Since 1789: Europe in the Age of the French Revolution
  • HIS 501 4th Century Greek and Hellenic World
  • HIS 512 Carolingian Empire INT 350 Culture in the Middle East
  • ITA 263 Studies in Italian Culture: Flavors of Italy: Food in Italian Culture
  • JPN 321 Introduction to Japanese Culture, Meiji (1868) to Present
  • JPN 410-001 Advanced Topics in Japanese Language: Japanese Geography and Culture
  • MCL 390-002 Topics in Modern and Classical Languages: Animals and Disaster: Fiction from Kentucky to Asia
  • MUS 335 Exploring the World of Music and Ethnomusicology
  • RUS 370 Russian Folklore (in English)
  • RUS 380 19th Century Russian Literature (in English)
  • SOC 350-002 Topics in Sociology: Culture in the Middle East
  • SPA 314 Civilization of Spanish America
  • SPA 315 Introduction to Hispanic Literature
  • SPA 320 Literature, Life, and Thought of Spain SPA 420 Spanish in the World
  • SPA 474 Topics in Hispanic Studies: Argentine Cinema
  • SPA 444 20th and 21st Century Spanish Studies: Sex

Global Development

  • AAS/HIS 254 History of Colonial and Postcolonial Africa
  • ANT 329 Eurasia, Eastern Europe, and Post Socialism
  • ECO 370 The Global Economy
  • ECO 471 International Trade
  • ECO 472 International Monetary Economics
  • FR 307 French for Business and Economics
  • GEO 222 Cities of the World
  • GEO 255 Geography of the Global Economy
  • GEO 261 Global Dynamics of Health and Diseases
  • GEO 323 Mexico: Environment, Poitics, and Society
  • GEO 365-002  Topics in Regional Geography: Health Applications
  • GEO 455 Globalization and the Changing Economy
  • GEO 475 Medical Geography
  • GER 342 War, Peace, and Terror in the context of Germany and Europe
  • GWS 302-001 Gender Across the World: Global Gays
  • HON 251-004 Honors in Social Sciences: Trade and Economy in the Ancient Mediterranean
  • JOU 319 World Media Systmes
  • LAS 201 Introduction to Latin America
  • MGT 309 Introduction to International Business
  • MKT 435 International Marketing
  • PS 433G Political International Economic Relations
  • SPA 332 Spanish and Latin American Business Environment
  • SW 320 Global Poverty: Responses Across Cultures

Comparative Politics and Societies

  • AAS 254/HIS 254 History of Colonial and Postcolonial Africa
  • ANT 241 Origin of Old World Civilization
  • ANT 335 Religion in Everyday Life
  • ANT 339 Human Rights in Global Perspective
  • ANT 401 Gender Roles in Cross-Cultural Perspective
  • GEO 255 Geography of the Global Economy
  • GEO 261 Global Dynamics of Health and Diseases
  • GEO 323 Mexico: Environment, Politics and Society
  • GEO 328/AAS 328 Geography of the Middle East/North Africa
  • GEO 333 Geography of East Asia
  • GEO 455 Globalization and the Changing Economy
  • GER 342 War, Peace, and Terror in the context of Germany and Europe
  • GWS 250 Social Movements
  • GWS 302-001 Gender Across the World: Global Gays
  • HIS 207 History of Modern Latin America, 1810 to the Present
  • HIS 208 History of the Atlantic World
  • HIS 254 History of Colonial and Postcolonial Africa
  • HIS 323 The Holocaust
  • HIS 353-001 Topics in European History Since 1789: Witnessing World War II
  • HIS 353-003 Honors Topics in European History Since 1789: Europe in the Age of the French Revolution
  • HIS 512 Carolingian Empire
  • HIS 563 History of Women in Latin America
  • HIS 564 History of Brazil
  • HON 251-001 Honors in Social Sciences: International Conflict in the Modern World
  • ITA 301 Italy from Fascism to the Present
  • JOU 319 World Media Systems
  • LAS 201 Introduction to Latin America
  • MCL 300 Contact Zones: Cultivating Intercultural Competence
  • PCE 410 Peace Studies Capstone Seminar
  • PS 391-001 Special Topics in Political Science: Human Rights
  • PS 430 Conduct of American Foreign Relations
  • PS 433G Political International Economic Relations
  • PS 492-001 Seminar in Political Science: Politics of Chinese Eco-Cities
  • SOC 438 Cross-National Crime
  • SW 320 Global Poverty: Responses Across Cultures

Area Concentrations

Africa and the Middle East

  • AAS 254/HIS 254 History of Colonial and Postcolonial Africa
  • AAS 328/GEO 328 Geography of the Middle East and Africa
  • AIS 330 Islamic Civilization II
  • AIS 435 Topics in Islamic Studies: Culture in the Middle East
  • ANT 241 Origin of Old World Civilization
  • HIS 208 History of the Atlantic World
  • HIS 254 History of Colonial and Postcolonial Africa
  • HIS 355-001 Topics in Non-Western History Since 1789: Decolonization in Africa
  • HJS 325 Jewish Thought and Culture II: Expulsion From Spain to the Present
  • HON 251-004 Honors in Social Sciences: Trade and Economy in the Ancient Mediterranean
  • INT 350 Culture in the Middle East
  • SOC 350-002 Topics in Sociology: Culture in the Middle East

Asia

  • A-H 310 Asian Art and Culture, Women in Japanese Art
  • ANT 241 Origin of Old World Civilization
  • ANT 321/JPN 321 Introduction to Japanese Culture, Meiji (1868) to Present
  • CHI 321 Introduction to Contemporary Chinese Film
  • CHI 323 Chinese Drama from Past to Present
  • CHI 330 Introduction to Chinese Culture, Pre-modern to 1840
  • CHI 511 Literary Chinese
  • GEO 333 Geography of East Asia JPN
  • 400G Topics in Japanese Studies: Women, Warrior, and some Ghosts in the Japanese Tradition
  • JPN 410-001 Advanced Topics in Japanese Language: Japanese Geography and Culture
  • PHI 343 Asian Philosophy
  • PS 492-001 Seminar in Political Science: Politics of Chinese Eco-Cities

Europe

  • A-H 323 Medieval Christian Iconography
  • ANT 241 Origin of Old World Civilization
  • CLA 230/HIS 230 Hellenistic World, the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire to the death of Constantine
  • CLA 302 Latin Literature II: Catullus & Horace
  • CLA 391/HIS 391 Christians in the Roman Empire
  • CLA 555 Greek Prose, Plato
  • ENG 241 Survey of British Literature I
  • ENG 242 Survey of British Literature II
  • ENG 342 Shakespeare
  • ENG 343 Renaissance Drama and Society Outside Shakespeare
  • ENG 440G Studies in British Literature: Shakespeare’s History Plays
  • FR 215 Visual Cultures
  • FR 324 Studies in French Literature: Love and War in the Lyric Tradition
  • FR 344 The Literary Text: 20th Century Poetry
  • FR 425 Media Studies
  • FR 471 Topical Seminar II:The Letter Novel
  • GER 311 Introduction to German Literature: Families
  • GER 342 War, Peace, and Terror in the context of Germany and Europe
  • GER 361 German Cinema
  • GER 363 German Mythology
  • GER 516 Studies in Genre: Film
  • HIS 203 History of British People Through the Restoration
  • HIS 323 The Holocaust
  • HIS 352-001 Topics in European History Before 1789: Perceptions of Jesus The Christ: From the Gospel of Mark to the Gospel of Mel Gibson
  • HIS 353-001 Topics in European History Since 1789: Witnessing World War II
  • HIS 353-002 Topics in European History Since 1789: Jewish Civilization Since 1492
  • HIS 353-003 Honors Topics in European History Since 1789: Europe in the Age of the French Revolution
  • HIS 501 4th Century Greek and Hellenic World
  • HIS 512 Carolingian Empire
  • HIS 554 British History 1815-1901
  • HJS 325 Jewish Thought and Culture II: From the Expulsion from Spain to the Present
  • HON 251-004 Honors in Social Sciences: Trade and Economy in the Ancient Mediterranean
  • ITA 263 Studies in Italian Culture: Flavors of Italy: Food in Italian Culture
  • ITA 301 Italy from Fascism to the Present
  • SPA 320 Literature, Life, and Thought of Spain
  • SPA 332 Spanish and Latin American Business Environment
  • SPA 420 Spanish in the World
  • SPA 444 20th and 21st Century Spanish Studies: Sex 

Latin America

  • A&S 300-001 Food Cultures of the Hispanic World: It’s Not Just Hot Anymore!
  • ANT 328 The Ancient Maya
  • GEO 323 Mexico: Environment, Politics and Society
  • HIS 207 History of Modern Latin America, 1810 to the Present
  • HIS 208 History of the Atlantic World
  • HIS 563 History of Women in Latin America
  • HIS 564 History of Brazil
  • LAS 201 Introduction to Latin America
  • SPA 314 Civilization in Spanish America
  • SPA 315 Introduction to Hispanic Literature
  • SPA 332 Spanish and Latin American Business Environment
  • SPA 474 Topics in Hispanic Studies: Argentine Cinema

Russia & Eurasia

  • ANT 329 Eurasia, Eastern Europe, and Post Socialism
  • HIS 535 Russia in the 20th Century
  • RUS 370 Russian Folklore (in English)
  • RUS 380 19th Century Russian Literature (in English)
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