Undergraduate Program

Spring 2022 International Studies Courses

Pathways

AAS 100: Introduction to African Studies

GEO 135: Global Climate Change

GEO 172: Human Geography

HIS 121: War and Society 1914-1945

HIS 130: Drugs and Alcohol in Western Civ

HJS 180: Holocaust in Film

MCL 100: The World of Language

MCL 180: Holocaust in Film

MCL 200: Reading the World

Culture & the Arts

AAS 254: History of Colonial and Post-Colonial Africa

AAS 263: African and Caribbean Literature and Culture of French Expression in Translation: Folk

AAS 301: Introduction to the African Diaspora

AAS 400-1: SP Top Af-Am Africana Studs: Black Paris

AAS 400-2: SP Top Af-Am Africana Studs: Disasters & Racial Ecology

AAS 400-8: SP Top Af-Am Africana Studs: Gender and Sexuality in African History

A-H 308: Studies in African Art

A-H 350: Art in Global Context since 1990

A-H 526: African Artists at Home and Abroad

A-H 527: Art in everyday life in Roman Pompei

AIS 440: Introduction to the Quran

ANT 241: Origins of Old World Civilization

ANT 311: Anthropology of Globalization

ANT 320: Andean Civilization

ANT 327: Culture and Societies of India

ANT 335: Religion in Everyday Life

ANT 352-1: Special Topics in Cultural Anthropology: Disasters & Racial Ecol

ANT 352-3: Special Topics in Cultural Anthropology: Soul and Cosmos in the Native Americas

ANT 433: Social Organization

ANT 436: Global Appalachia

ANT 580-1: Advanced Topics in Anthropology: Disasters & Racial Ecologies

ANT 580-3: Advanced Topics in Anthropology: Culture, Environment, Health

ANT 582: Senior Integrative Seminar

CHI 334- Traditional Chinese Medicine

ENG 230-3: Intro to Lit: Modern Irish Literature

ENG 241: Survey of British Literature I

ENG 242: Survey of British Literature II

ENG 330-1: Text & Context: Hamlet

ENG 330- 3: Text & Context: Literature in Victorian London

ENG 330-4: Text & Context: Aphra Behn's Oroonoko

ENG 440G: Studies in British Lit: New World

FAM 354: Family in Cross-Cultural Perspective

FR 350:Cultural Profiles of France: France et Francophonie

FR 425:Media Studies

GWS 302-1: Gender Across the World: Gender & Sexuality in African History

HIS 208: History of the Atlantic World

HIS 230: The Hellenistic World and Rome to the Death of Constantine

HIS 301-1: Hist Workshop: Jack Ripper’s London

HIS 349-1: Tops in His: Black Paris France

HIS 499-3: Immigrant Stories

HIS 564: History of Brazil

HIS 595-1: Global Black Freedom

INT 350-2: Special Topics in International Studies: Global Ethics

INT 350-3: Special Topics in International Studies: Women & Islam

JOU 319: World Media Systems

JPN 351: The Japanese Experience of the Twentieth Century

JPN 400G: Topics in Japan Studies: Myth Homogenous Nation

LIN 317-1: Language & Society: Native Lang US & Canada

MAS 319: World Media Systems

MCL/SPA 300: Cultivating Intercultural Communication

MCL 343: Global Horror

MUS 330: Global K-Pop and Beyond

PHI 343: Asian Philosophy

PHI 506: Topics in Medieval Philosophy

RUS 370: Russian Folklore

RUS 371: Russian Culture

RUS 380: Love and Dealth in 19th Century Russian LiteratureSOC 350-2: Topics in Sociology: Cultures of the Middle East

SPA 300: Contact Zones: Cultivating Intercultural Competence

SPA 320: Literature, Life and Thought of Spain

SPA 400: Special Topics: Food

SPA 420: Spanish in the World

SPA 444: 20th/21st SPA Studies: The Fair Sex

SW 354: Family in Cross-Cultural Perspective

Global Development:

AAS 254: History of Colonial and Post-Colonial Africa

AAS 400-2: SP Top Af-Am Africana Studs: Disasters & Racial Ecology

AIS 338: Women & Islam

ANT 337: Global Aging

ANT 352-1: Special Topics in Cultural Anthropology: Disasters & Racial Ecol

ANT 433: Social Organization

ANT 436: Global Appalachia

ANT 580-1: Advanced Topics in Anthropology: Disasters & Racial Ecologies

ANT 580-3: Advanced Topics in Anthropology: Culture, Environment, Health

CHI 334: Traditional Chinese Medicine

ECO 370: The Global Economy

ECO 471: International Trade

ENS 300-2: Special Topics: Global Energy Futures

ENS 300-3: Special Topics: Conserving Global Environment

FAM 354: Family in Cross-Cultural Perspective

FIN 423: International Finance

FR 307: French for Business and Economics

GEO 261: Global Dynamics of Health and Disease

GEO 323: Mexico: Environment, Politics, and Society

GEO 362: Conserving Global Environments

GEO 365-3: Special Topics in Regional Geography: Global Energy Futures

GER 310: German for International Business and Professions

GWS 302-201: Gender Across the World: Reproductive Justice

HIS 499-3: Immigrant Stories

HIS 595-1: Studies in History: Global Black Freedom

INT 350-1: Special Topics in International Studies: Global Energy Futures

INT 350-2: Special Topics in International Studies: Global Ethics

INT 350-3: Special Topics in International Studies: Women & Islam

MCL/SPA 300: Cultivating Intercultural Communication

MCL 500: Intercultural Communication for Professionals

PS 439G: Special Topics in International Relations: Police Violence Civil Conflict

SOC 350-2: Special Topics in Sociology: Cultures of the Middle East

SPA 300: Contact Zones: Cultivating Intercultural Competence

SPA 314: Civilization of Spanish America

SPA 332: Spanish and Latin American Business Environment

SW 354: Family in Cross-Cultural Perspective

Comparative Politics and Societies:

AAS 254: History of Colonial and Post-Colonial Africa

AAS 400-7: Gender and Sexuality in African History

AAS 417G: Survey Sub-Saharan Politics

ANT 335: Religion in Everyday Life

CHI 334- Traditional Chinese Medicine

FAM 354: Family in Cross-Cultural Perspective

FR 214: France Today

FR 263: African and Caribbean Literature and Culture of French Expression

GEO 261: Global Dynamics of Health and Disease

GEO 323: Mexico: Environment, Politics, and Society

GWS 302-1: Gender Across the World: Gender & Sexuality in African History

GWS 302-201: Gender Across the World: Reproductive Justice

HIS 323: The Holocaust

HIS 355: Topics in Non-West HIS Since 1789: China

HIS 499-1: Coming of Global War

HIS 499-3: Immigrant Stories

HIS 595-1: Global Black Freedom

INT 350-2: Special Topics in International Studies: Global Ethics

INT 350-3: Special Topics in International Studies: Women & Islam

JOU  319: World Media Systems

MAS 319: World Media Systems

MCL/SPA 300: Cultivating Intercultural Communication

PS 417G: Survey Sub-Saharan Politics

PS 434: International Conflict

PS 439G: Special Topics in International Relations: Bargaining & Mediation

PS 439G: Special Topics in International Relations: Counterterrorism Practicum

PS 439G: Special Topics in International Relations: Police Violence Civil Conflict

SPA 300: Contact Zones: Cultivating Intercultural

SPA 332: Spanish and Latin American Business Environment

SPA 400: Special Topics: Food

SW 354: Family in Cross-Cultural Perspective

Africa & Middle East:

AAS 254: History of Colonial and Post-Colonial Africa

AAS 301: Introduction to the African Diaspora

AAS 400-5: Special Topics in African-Am & Africana Studies: Ancient Egypt

A-H 308: Studies in African Art

A-H 526: African Artists at Home and Abroad

AIS 338: Women & Islam

GWS 302-1: Gender Across the World: Gender & Sexuality in African History

HIS 595-1: Global Black Freedom

INT 350-3: Special Topics in International Studies: Women & Islam

PS 417G: Survey Sub-Saharan Politics

PS 439G: Special Topics in International Relations: Bargaining & Mediation

SOC 350-2: Spec Topics Sociology: Cultures of the Middle East

Asia:

A-H 310: Women in Japanese Art

ANT 327: Culture and Societies of India

CHI 331: Intro to Chinese Culture, 1840 to Present

CHI 334: Traditional Chinese Medicine

HIS 355: Topics in Non-West HIS Since 1789: China

JPN 351: The Japanese Experience of the Twentieth Century

JPN 400G: Topics in Japan Studies: Myth Homogenous Nation

MUS 330: Global K-Pop and Beyond

PHI 343: Asian Philosophy

Europe:

AAS 400-1: Special Topics in African-American and Africana Studies: Black Paris

A-H 527: Art in Everyday Life in Roman Pompeii

CLA 524: The Latin Literature of the Republic: Cicero on Poetry

ENG 230-3: Intro to Literature: Modern Irish Literature

ENG 241: Survey of British Literature I

ENG 242: Survey of British Literature II

ENG 330-1: Text & Context: Hamlet

ENG 330- 3: Text & Context: Literature in Victorian London

ENG 330-4: Text & Context: Aphra Behn's Oroonoko

ENG 341: Chaucer and His Contemporaries

ENG 440G: Studies in British Literature: New World

FR 214: France Today

FR 263: African and Caribbean Literature and Culture of French Expression

FR 307: French for Business and Economics

FR 350: Cultural Profiles of France: France et Francophonie

FR 425: Media Studies

GER 310: German for International Business and Professions

HIS 208: History of the Atlantic World

HIS 301-1: Hist Workshop: Jack Ripper’s London

HIS 349-1: Tops in His: Black Paris France

ITA 263: Studies in Italian Culture: Dante

PHI 506: Topics in Medieval Philosophy

SPA 332: Spanish and Latin American Business Environment

SPA 400: Special Topics: Food

SPA 420: Spanish in the World

SPA 444: 20th/21st SPA Studies: The Fair Sex

Latin America:

AAS 263: African and Caribbean Literature and Culture of French Expression in Translation: Folk

AAS 400-2: SP Top Af-Am Africana Studs: Disasters & Racial Ecology

ANT 320: Andean Civilization

ANT 352-1: Special Topics in Cultural Anthropology: Disasters & Racial Ecol

ANT 352-3: Special Topics in Cultural Anthropology: Soul and Cosmos in the Native Americas

GEO 323: Mexico: Environment, Politics, and Society

HIS 208: History of the Atlantic World

HIS 564: History of Brazil

HIS 595-1: Global Black Freedom

LAS 201: Introduction to Latin American Studies

PS 439G: Sp Topics in International Relations: Counterterrorism Practicum

SOC 350-2: Spec Topics Sociology: Cultures of the Middle East

SPA 315: Introduction to Hispanic Literature

SPA 332: Spanish and Latin American Business Environment

SPA 400: Special Topics: Food

SPA 420: Spanish in the World

SPA 444: 20th/21st SPA Studies: The Fair Sex

Russia/Eurasia:

RUS 370: Russian Folklore

RUS 371: Russian Culture

RUS 380: Love and Dealth in 19th Century Russian Literature

Capstone:

INT 495G-1: CAP SEM IS MJRS: Revolt and Revolution

INT 495G-2: CAP SEM IS MJRS: Visual Culture Lit Text

INT 495G-3: CAP SEM IS MJRS: International Migration

PCE 410: Peace Studies Capstone Seminar