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Courses

Courses Acceptable for the Major

Program Requirements (updated 12/7/2018)

The lists below may not be exhaustive. Other courses could be acceptable by petition to the Director.

CATEGORIES

  1. National and Ethnic Literatures
  2. National / Single Cultural
    1. Visual Arts
    2. Film/Media
  3. Cross-Cultural or Gender-Oriented
    1. Literature
    2. Visual Arts
    3. Film/Media
  4. Theory
    1. Literary Theory
    2. Film/Media Theory
    3. Visual Theory
    4. Cultural Theory


  1. NATIONAL AND ETHNIC LITERATURES
    See listings in the following departments and programs: Classics; Drama; English; International Literary and Cultural Studies (ARB, CHNS, GER, ILVS, JPN, JS, RUS); Romance Studies (FR, ITAL, LAS, POR, SPN). These listings include: African, African-American, Asian-American, Caribbean, Chinese, Greek and Latin, English and American, French, German, Hebrew and Judaic, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Scandinavian, Spanish, Latin American, and other literatures.
     
  2. (National / Single Cultural) VISUAL ARTS AND FILM/MEDIA
     
    1. Visual Arts Courses, Exclusive of Film and Media
      See listings in the Department of Art and Art History (including courses cross-listed with language & literature departments), the Visual and Critical Studies Department at SMFA, and the visually oriented courses of the Department of Drama and Dance.
       
    2. Film and Media Courses
      AMER 65 American Film Studies
      ANTH 163 Latinos in the US Cinematic Imagination
      ANTH 164 Media, the State, and the Senses (C-List FMS 162)
      ARB 55 Cultural History of the Modern Middle East (C-List ILVS 55)
      ARB 57 Arab and Middle Eastern Cinemas (C-List ILVS 87, FMS 76)
      ARB 155 Visualizing Colonialism (C-List CST 10, ILVS 101, FMS 175)
      ARB 157 War and Cultural Memory in Literature and Cinema of the Middle East (C-List FMS 178, ILVS 157)
      CSHD 167 Children and the Mass Media
      CHNS 70 Introduction to Chinese Popular Culture
      CHNS 80 Introduction to Chinese Cinema
      CHNS 81 New Chinese Cinema (C-List FMS 91, ILVS 81)
      CHNS 82 Rural & Urban China through Cinema
      DR 33 The American Musical
      DR 48 African-American Theater and Film (C-List AFR 48, FMS 89)
      DR 49 Asian-American Theatre and Film
      DR 60/160 Shakespeare on Film
      DR 62 Hollywood Comedy
      DR 70 Latin American Theatre and Film
      DR 72 Imagining the Holocaust on Stage and Screen
      ENG 80 Hitchcock: Cinema, Gender, and Ideology (C-List FMS 81, ILVS 57, WGSS 50)
      ENG 81 Postmodernism and Film (C-List FMS87)
      ENG 82 Film and Society
      ENG 86 Jane Austen: Novels and Film
      ENG 87 Invisible Spectacle: Cinema, Discipline, Desire
      ENG 88 Film Noir and the American Tradition (C-List FMS 92)
      FAH 78 African Film and Photography
      FAH 92 Film Noir
      FMS 74 Neo-Noir and its Contexts (C-List VISC 101)
      FR 75 Classics of French Cinema
      GER 85/185 German Film (C-List FMS 79)
      ITAL 75 Italian Film (C-List FMS 77)
      JPN 80 Japanese Film (C-List FMS 78)
      JPN 81 The World of Japanese Animation: Culture, Cult, and Commerce (C-List FMS 75)
      JPN 112 Major Japanese Film Directors (C-List FMS 90)
      JS 48 Israeli Film
      JS 142 Jewish Experience on Film (C-List REL 142, WL 142, ILVS 103, FMS 84)
      RUS 80 Russian Film: Art, Politics, and Society (C-List FMS 80)
      SOC 40 Media and Society (C-List FMS 23)
      SOC 185 Seminar in Mass Media Studies (C-List FMS 161)
       
  3. CROSS-CULTURAL AND/OR GENDER-ORIENTED LITERARY OR VISUAL STUDIES
    For present purposes, a cross-cultural course is defined as one that explores literary or artistic expression across national or ethnic boundaries, or that of two or more cultures living in proximity, or that of a diaspora culture living in several nations, or that of a racial or ethnic minority living in a particular nation. A gender-oriented course is one that comprises its content by gender, or makes gender experience or gender relations a principal (though not necessarily exclusive) focus of its subject matter.
     
    1. Cross-Cultural or Gender-Oriented LITERATURE Courses (* = knowledge of foreign language required)
      AFR 22 Black World Literature (C-List ENG 20)
      AMER 89 Feminism in 20th century U.S. Literature and Culture (C-List ENG 89)
      ARB 62 Modern Arabic Literature
      ARB 63 Arabian Nights (C-List ILVS 63)
      ARB 64 The Literary Qur’an
      ARB 65 Travel Literature: The Arab and Muslim World (C-List ILVS 65)
      ARB 157 War and Cultural Memory in Literature and Cinema of the Middle East (C-List FMS 178, ILVS 157)
      CHNS 79 Women and Gender in Modern Chinese Culture (C-List WGSS 42)
      CIV 22 East/West Perspectives on Fascism: Japan and Germany (C-List GER 84, JPN 84)
      CLS 45 Western Political Thought I (C-List PS 41/ PHIL 41)
      CLS 47/147 Greece, Rome and China (C-List HIST 105)
      CLS 48/148 Time and Festivals in the Ancient World
      CLS 55/155 Greek and Roman Tragedy (C-List DR 53)
      CLS 56/156 Greek and Roman Comedy (C-List DR 54)
      CLS 65/165 Journey of the Hero
      CLS 75 Classical Mythology
      CLS 110 Empresses, Saints, & Scholars: The Women of Byzantium (C-List 157)
      CLS 140 Classical Epic
      CLS 143 Greeks and Barbarians (C-List HIST 149)
      CLS 145 Shakespeare’s Rome (C-List PS 141)
      DR 1 Comedy and Tragedy: An Introduction to Drama
      DR 2 Ancient and Medieval Theatre
      DR 3 Early Modern Theatre
      DR 4 Modern and Postmodern Theatre
      DR 7 Introduction to Theatre
      DR 43/143 Gay and Lesbian Theatre and Film
      DR 137 Theater and Society: Prehistory to 1700
      DR 138 Theater and Society II: The Early Modern Period
      ENG 29 Literary Studies
      ENG 30 Twice-told Tales
      ENG 31 Underworlds
      ENG 32 Epic Strain
      ENG 34 The Nature of Gothic
      ENG 35 Reading at Sea: Experimental Texts of the 20th Century
      ENG 36 Asian American Writers
      ENG 37 Twentieth Century African American Literature
      ENG 38 Slavery’s Optic Glass: The First Century of African American Literature
      ENG 39 Death and Literature in the 20th Century
      ENG 45 Non-Western Women Writers
      ENG 46 Girls Books
      ENG 49 English Bible
      ENG 58 Short Fiction
      ENG 69 Contemporary Multi-Ethnic Literature
      ENG 70 Contemporary Anglophone Literature
      ENG 77 The Modern Mind
      ENG 104 The Literature of the Middle Ages
      ENG 105 Middle English Literature
      ENG 108 Virgil and Dante
      ENG 109 Ovid and the Ovidian Tradition
      ENG 110 The Renaissance in England
      ENG 113 Renaissance Drama
      ENG 123 Frankenstein's Sisters: Austen and Shelley
      ENG 128 19th Century English and European Fiction
      ENG 146 African-American Women Writers
      ENG 147 The African-American Novel
      ENG 148 The American Slave Narrative
      ENG 154 American Indian Writers (C-List AMER 154)
      ENG 155 American Women Writers (C-List AFR 155, WGSS 152, AMER 155)
      ENG 156 The Modern European Novel
      ENG 159 Contemporary Jewish Fiction (C-List JS 159)
      ENG 160 Environmental Justice and World Literature (C-List ENV 160, PJS 160)
      ENG 162 Philip Roth & Company (C-List JS 162)
      ENG 165 Perspectives on American Poetry
      ENG 169 20th Century Literature of the Indian Subcontinent
      ENG 170 Modern European Novel
      ENG 171 Women and Fiction
      FAH 80 Feminist Analysis: Women's Voices, Women's Bodies (C-List GER/WL 50)
      FAH 129 Women in Medieval Art and Literature (C-List GER/REL 129)
      GER 66 Jews and Germans: An Intercultural history
      GER 70/170 Grimms' Fairy Tales
      GER 73/173 Berlin: An Excursion to Modernity
      GER 82/182 Imagining the Environment: Cross-Cultural Perspectives (C-List ILVS 82, ENV 82)
      JPN 71 Love & Sexuality in World Literature (C-List CIV 71, ILVS 71, RUS 71)
      JPN 114 Gender in Japanese Culture
      JPN 118 Haruki Murakami and World Literature (C-List ILVS 118)
      JPN 170 The "Orient" in the Mind of the West
      JS 65 Introduction to Yiddish Culture (C-List REL 65)
      JS 73 Aspects of Sephardic Tradition (C-List REL 73)
      JS 84 Sources of Jewish Tradition (C-List REL 84)
      JS 126 Roots of the Jewish Imagination (C-List REL 126, WL 126, IVS 133)
      JS 132 The Book of Genesis and Its Interpreters (C-List REL 132, ILVS 132, WL 132)
      LAS 50 Latin American Civilization* (C-List SPN 50)
      LAT 30/130 Medieval Latin*
      PHIL 55 The Making of the Modern Mind
      PS 141 Shakespeare's Rome
      REL 21 Introduction to Hebrew Bible
      REL 22 Introduction to New Testament
      REL 78 Jewish Women (C-list JS 78)
      RUS 70 Gender and Politics in Russian Culture (C-List ILVS 74)
      RUS 73 The Bible in Russian Literature
      RUS 114 Politics & Literature in Russian & Eastern Europe (C-List ILVS 114)
      SPN 31 Latin American Literature from Nation-Building to the 21st Century*
      SPN 33 Latin American Literature from Colonial Times to Nation-Building*
      SPN 34 Survey of Latin American Literature*
      SPN 35 Survey of Latin American Literature from Modernism to the Present*
      SPN 50/150 Latin American Civilization* (C-List AMER 50)
      SPN 101 Latin American Theater*
      SPN 102 Latin American Short Story*
      SPN 103 Contemporary Latin American Novel*
      SPN 104 Poetry in Spanish America*
      SPN 105 The Dictator in the Latin American Novel*
      SPN 106 Literature and Revolution: Mexico and Cuba*
      SPN 107 Testimonial Literature of Latin America*
      SPN 108 Latin American Women Writers*
      SPN 111 Latino American Literature
      SPN 130 Civilization of Muslim Spain*
       
    2. Cross-Cultural and/or Gender-Oriented VISUAL ARTS Courses
      AMER 101 Native American Art: Beauty and Meaning
      AMER 103 Native Americans and Museums: The Politics of Representation
      ARCH 26 Ancient Egypt (C-List HIST 76, CLS 26)
      ARCH 27 Introduction to Classic Archeology (C-List FAH 19 and CLS 27)
      ARCH 29 Archeology of Palestine (C-List FAH 18, CLS 29, and JS 77)
      ARCH 128 Mesoamerican Archeology (C-List ANTH 128)
      ARCH 163 Aegean Archeology (C-List FAH 112 and CLS 163)
      ARCH 164 Greek Art and Archeology (C-List FAH 104, CLS 164)
      ARCH 167 Tyrrhenian Archeology (C-List FAH 115 and CLS 167)
      ARCH 168 Roman Art and Archeology (C-List FAH 116 and CLS 168)
      ANTH 135 Visual Anthropology
      ANTH 162 Art and Aesthetics
      ANTH 184 Festival and Politics in Latin America
      CLS 168 Roman Archaeology (C-List FAH 116)
      DR 117 Evolution of Fashion
      DR 119 History of Style and Decor
      DR 137 Theater and Society: Prehistory to 1700
      DR 138 Theater and Society II: The Early Modern Period
      FAH 1 Introduction to World Art I
      FAH 2 Introduction to World Art II
      FAH 3 Introduction to Contemporary Art
      FAH 4 Introduction to the Arts of Africa
      FAH 5 Introduction to the Arts of Asia
      FAH 7 Introduction to Latin American Art
      FAH 8 Introduction to Architecture
      FAH 9 The Art World
      FAH 10/110 Japanese Art and The West
      FAH 11 Buddhist Art (C-List REL 11)
      FAH 20 Image and Icon: Medieval Illuminated manuscripts (C-List REL 20)
      FAH 21/121 Early Islamic Art: The Formation of a Culture (C-List REL 23)
      FAH 22/122/ Iconoclasm and Iconophobia: Threat of the Image (C-List REL 24)
      FAH 23/123 Byzantine Art and Architecture
      FAH 24/124 Vikings!
      FAH 25/125 Medieval Architecture
      FAH 28/128 Medieval Art in the Mediterranean (C-List REL 28)
      FAH 41/141 The Age of Rembrandt and Bernini
      FAH 42/142 Southern Baroque Art
      FAH 44/144 The Renaissance Body
      FAH 46/146 Rococo to Revolution: Art in 18th Century Europe
      FAH 47/147 Romanticism and Realism: Art in Europe 1789-1860
      FAH 48/148 Nature into Art
      FAH 51/151 Nineteenth-Century Art
      FAH 52/152 Picasso to Pollock
      FAH 53/153 Origins of Modern Art in Europe 1860-1914
      FAH 54/154 Twentieth Century Art in Europe and America
      FAH 55/155 Contemporary Art Since 1960
      FAH 56/156 History of Photography
      FAH 57/157 Global Conceptualism
      FAH 70/170 The Contemporary Arts of Africa
      FAH 71/171 The Arts of the Afro-American Diaspora
      FAH 80/180 Colonial Mexican Art & Architecture: Converging Cultures
      FAH 83 Gender in Latin American Art
      FAH 160 Museum History and Theory
      FAH 164 Who Owns the Past? Art, Heritage, and Global Conflicts
      FAH 196 Museum Architecture
      GER 73/173 Berlin: An Excursion to Modernity
      VISC 24 Introduction to Modern Western Sculpture
      VISC 25 Introduction to Contemporary Sculpture
      VISC 50 Home Life? Domesticity…
      VISC 52 Encounters with Modernity
      VISC 80 Ancient Middle & South America (2000 BC-AD 1532)
      VISC 108 - History of Photography Through Ideas
      VISC 109 - A History of Photography through Ideas II
      VISC 110 Contemporary Art- The Prequel
      VISC 111 Contemporary Art- The Present
      VISC 122 - Reassessing Museums: Collecting and Art, Biting the Hand that Feeds
      VISC 128 Food as Sculpture
      VISC 129 The Greening of Art
      VISC 0145 - Mass Incarceration and the Literature of Confinement
      VISC 160 Landscapes and Ecologies
      VISC 180 Critical Perspectives of the Americas
      VISC 192 Latin American Icons
       
    3. Cross- Cultural and/or Gender Oriented Film and Media Courses
      AFR 48 African American Theater & Film (C-List AMER 46)
      ANTH 135 Visual Anthropology
      ANTH 163 Latinos in the US Cinematic Imagination
      ANTH 164 Media, the State, and the Senses (C-List FMS 162)
      ARB 55 Cultural History of the Modern Middle East (C-List ILVS 55)
      ARB 57 Arab and Middle Eastern Cinemas (C-List ILVS 87, FMS 76)
      ARB 155 Visualizing Colonialism (C-List CST 10, ILVS 101, FMS 175)
      ARB 157 War and Cultural Memory in Literature and Cinema of the Middle East (C-List FMS 178, ILVS 157)
      ARB 57 Arab and Middle Eastern Cinemas (C-List ILVS 87, FMS 76)
      CSHD 167 Children in the Mass Media (C-List TCS 167, FMS 52)
      CHNS 81 New Chinese Cinema (C-List FMS 91, ILVS 81)
      CHNS 79 Women and Gender in Modern Chinese Culture (C-List WGSS 42)
      CHNS 83 From Beijing to Bollywood: Cinema of China and India (C-List ENG 48, FMS 68, ILVS 85)
      DR 46 International Women Film Directors
      DR 48 African-American Theatre and Film
      DR 49/149 Asian American Theatre and Film
      DR 50 Introduction to Film Studies (C-List ILVS 50)
      DR 60/160 Shakespeare on Film
      DR 64 Women and Film
      DR 143 Gay and Lesbian Theatre and Film
      ENG 80 Hitchcock: Cinema, Gender and Ideology (C-List FMS 81, ILVS 57, WGSS 50)
      ENG 81 Postmodernism and Film (C-List FMS87)
      ENG 82 Film and Society
      FAH 84/184 Latin American Cinema
      FAH 159 Film and the Avant-Garde (C-List FMS 179)
      FMS 21 Global History of Cinema
      FMS 24 Television History
      FMS 37 Documentary Film: History and Practice
      FMS 39 Dance on Camera
      FMS 68 From Beijing to Bollywood: Cinema of China and India (C-List ENG 48, ILVS 85)
      FMS 70 Histories of Film, Part One, 1895-1955
      FMS 71 Histories of Film II, 1955-Present
      FMS 72 Cinematic Cities (C-List VISC 105)
      FMS 176 The Horror Film
      FMS 177 Religion and Film (C-List REL 100)
      ILVS 100 Classics of World Cinema (C-List WL 101, FMS 86)
      JS 142 Jewish Experience on Film (C-List REL 142)
      MUS 31/35 Music on Film / Film on Music (C-List FMS 82)
      RUS 85 Film and Nation: Russia and Central Asia (C-List FMS 85, CIV 85, ILVS 86)
      SOC 40 Media and Society
      SOC 185 Seminar in Mass Media Studies
      VISC 10 Histories of Film- Part I
      VISC 11 Histories of Film- Part II
      VISC 100 History and Aesthetics in Hitchcock
      VISC 101 - Neo-Noir and Its Contexts
      VISC 105 - Cinematic Cities
      VISC 137 Critical Theory- Theorizing Film and Gender
       
  4. Literary, Visual, and Cultural Theory
     
    1. Literary Theory Courses
      DR 256 Theoretical and Historical Development of African American Theatre (graduate course)
      DR 261/262 Dramatic Theory and Criticism (graduate courses; consent required)
      ENG 29 Literary Studies
      ENG 84 Black Comedy (C-List ILVS 84)
      ENG 157 Poets on Poetry
      ENG 161 Memory for Forgetting
      ENG 163 Speak, Memory: Contemporary Memoir
      ENG 166 Fiction <> Non Fiction
      ENG 167 What the Novel Knows
      ENG 171 Women and Fiction
      ENG 173 Literary Theory (C-List ILVS 173)
      ENG 174 Sexuality, Literature, and Contemporary Criticism
      ENG 175 Post-Structural Literary Theory
      ENG 177 Feminism, Literature, Theory
      ENG 178 African-American Criticism and Theory
      ENG 179 Criticism and Society
      ENG 180 Psychoanalysis and Cultural Criticism (C-List ILVS 180)
      ENG 181 The Politics of Reading
      GER 73/173 Berlin: An Excursion to Modernity
      GER 80 Walter Benjamin and the Crisis of Experience (C-List ILVS 80)
      ILVS 60 Introduction to Literary and Cultural Studies
      JPN 113 Japanese Visual Culture
      JPN 192-01 Japan and Postmodernism
       
    2. Film/Media Theory Courses
      ARB 155 Visualizing Colonialism (C-List CST 10, ILVS 101, FMS 175)
      FMS 20 Art of the Moving Image
      FMS 22 Media Literacy
      FMS 23 Media and Society
      FMS 40 Beyond McLuhan: Media Theory for the 21st Century
      FMS 52 Children and Mass Media
      FMS 53 Media and Society
      FMS 54 Introduction to Media Culture and Theory
      FMS 65 Film Theory
      FMS 161 Seminar in Mass Media Studies (C-List SOC 185)
      FMS 162 Seminar: New Media, New Politics (C-List PS 104, TCS 104)
      FMS 165 Television in the Age of Change (C-List ILVS 72)
      DR 50 Introduction to Film Studies (C-List ILVS 50)
      ENG 80 Hitchcock: Cinema, Gender, Ideology (C-List FMS 81, ILVS 57, WGSS 50)
      ENG 81 Postmodernism and Film (C-List FMS 87)
      ENG 82 Film and Society
      ENG 87 Invisible Spectacle: Cinema, Discipline, Desire
      ENG 88 Film Noir and the American Tradition
      ENG 180 Psychoanalysis and Cinema (C-List ILVS 180, FMS 180)
      ENG 185 Art of the Film
      ENG 186 How Films Think
      ILVS 50 Introduction to Film Studies (C-List DR 50)
      PHIL 54 Philosophy and Film
      SOC 185 Seminar in Mass Media Studies (prerequisites Junior standing, Soc 40 and consent)
       
    3. Visual Theory Courses
      ANTH 135 Visual Anthropology
      ANTH 162 Art and Aesthetics
      ANTH 186 Theaters of Community and the Social Production of Place
      DNC 70 Body Movement. & Power on the World Stage
      DR 264 Performance Ethnography (graduate course)
      DR 265 Theatre and Visual Studies (graduate course)
      ENG 124 Visual Narrative before Cinema
      FAH 20 Image and Icon: Medieval Illuminated Manuscripts (C-List REL 20)
      FAH 22/122 Iconoclasm and Iconophobia: Threat of the Image (C-List REL 24)
      FAH 48 Nature into Art
      FAH 57/157 Postmodernism
      FAH 59/159 Movement in Time in Painting and Sculpture
      FAH 100 Theories and Methods of Art History
      FAH 101 Historiography and Methodology of Art History
      FAH 160 Museum History and Theory
      GER 73/173 Berlin: An Excursion to Modernity
      ILVS 70 Introduction to Visual Studies
      JPN 113 Japanese Visual Culture
      PHL 52 Aesthetics
      REL 24 Iconoclasm and Iconophobia: Threat of the Image
      VISC 20 Interpreting Art
       
    4. Cultural Theory Courses
      The courses under this category are generally a) cross-cultural or international in scope; b) conceptual or theoretical in their main subjects; c) concerned with "culture," or with subjects relevant to an understanding of culture; d) more than just a survey of a period, a body of works, or a specific cultural tradition or geographical region, except where such subjects were broadly influential outside their original time and place.

      AAST 12 Race in America (C-List AMER 12)
      AAST 62 Childhood Across Culture
      AAST 182 Asian America (C-List AMER 182)
      AFR 11 Sociology of Race & Ethnicity (C-List AMER 49, SOC 11)
      AFR 14 Historical Perspectives on Contemporary Crises in Africa Since 1850 (C-List HIST 14)
      AFR 22 Black World Literature (C-List ENG 20)
      AFR 33 African Americans in U.S. History to 1865 (C-List AMER 33)
      AFR 92 Introduction to Africana Studies
      AFR 118 (Mis-)Translating Vodun: Africana Religious Cultures and the Politics of Interpretation (C-List AMER 118)
      AFR 150 African-American Memory & History
      AFR 167 Critical Race Theory (C-List DLS 208, AMER 186, ED 167)
      AFR 173 Politics & Global Africa
      AMER 16 American Identities
      AMER 100 American Studies Theories and Methods
      AMER 181 The Construction of Whiteness: National Formations of Race, 1790-1924
      ANTH 10 Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology
      ANTH 12 Gender in World Cultures
      ANTH 15 Native Peoples and Indigenous Rights in South America (C-List ENV 15)
      ANTH 16 Introduction to Latino Cultures
      ANTH 17 Latino Music, Migration, and Identity
      ANTH 18 Growing Up Latino/a
      ANTH 20 Global Cities
      ANTH 24 Anthropology of the Environment
      ANTH 27 Human Rights and Justice in Cultural Context (C-List PJS 27)
      ANTH 39 Gateway Course in Sociocultural Anthropology
      ANTH 42 Extreme Environments: Human Adaptability to Novel Habitats
      ANTH 102 Children and Youth in War Zones
      ANTH 117 Coming of Age in Contemporary Africa
      ANTH 118 Culture And Power in Africa
      ANTH 119 Peoples of the Middle East
      ANTH 120 Culture, Personhood, and Subjectivity in South Asia
      ANTH 122 Gender and Sexuality in South Asia
      ANTH 123 Special Areas Course – Asian Societies
      ANTH 124 American Diversity
      ANTH 126 Food, Nutrition and Culture
      ANTH 130 Anthropological Thought
      ANTH 131 Anthropology of Religion
      ANTH 132 Myth, Ritual, and Symbol
      ANTH 134 Consuming Cultures: Travel, Tourism, and Display
      ANTH 135 Visual Anthropology
      ANTH 136 Cultures of Computing (C-List STS 136, FMS 51)
      ANTH 137 Language and Culture
      ANTH 138 The Anthropocene and the End of Nature
      ANTH 144 Popular Cultures of the Middle East (C-List ILVS 144)
      ANTH 145 Power, Politics, and Protest
      ANTH 146 Global Feminisms (C-List WGSS 163)
      ANTH 147 Sex and Money
      ANTH 148 Medical Anthropology (C-List STS 148)
      ANTH 155 Environment, Communication and Culture
      ANTH 162 Art and Aesthetics
      ANTH 163 Latinos in the US Cinematic Imagination
      ANTH 164 Media, The State, and the Senses (C-List FMS 162)
      ANTH 168 Anthropology of Colonialism / Decolonizing Anthropology
      ANTH 169 Anthropology of the State: Subject, Citizen, Sovereignty
      ANTH 170 Colonizing Time
      ANTH 180 Interventions in Africa: Violence and Technologies of Repair
      ANTH 181 Anthropology and Feminism
      ANTH 184 Festival and Politics in Latin America
      ANTH 187 Place, Race, Memory: The West Medford Afro-American Remembrance Project
      ANTH 188 Culture, Psychiatry, and the Politics of Madness
      CSHD 62 Childhood Across Culture (C-List AAST 62, LST 62)
      CSHD 164 Cultural Diversity in Child and Family Services (C-List WGSS 170)
      CSHD 167 Children and Mass Media (C-List TCS 167, FMS 52)
      CST 10 Visualizing Colonialism (C-List ARB 155, FMS 175, ILVS 101)
      CST 37 Christianity and Globalization since the Middle Ages (C-List REL 37)
      CVS 20 An Introduction to Civic Studies: Theories for a Better World (C-List: TCS 20, PHIL 20, PS 20)
      DR 137 Theater and Society: Prehistory - 1700
      DR 138 Theater and Society II the Early Modern Period
      ENG 161 Memory for Forgetting
      ENG 164 Representing the Jew
      ENG 180 Psychoanalysis and Cultural Criticism
      GER 82 Imagining the Environment: Cross-Cultural Perspectives (C-List ILVS 82)
      HIST 2 Globalization
      HIST 3 World in Motion
      HIST 5 History of Consumption
      HIST 5 Gender and Sexuality in the West
      HIST 6 World Trade, 1000-2000
      HIST 7 History of Public Health
      HIST 10 International Relations: The Historical Perspective
      HIST 12 History of Science
      HIST 14 Race, Nationalism, Modern Europe
      HIST 102 Slavery & Freedom in the Atlantic World
      HIST 103 Consumption, Power, and Identity: Food and Clothing in Modern Times
      HIST 104 Gender, Travel, and Imperialism
      HIST 106 Cosmopolitanism and Colonialism
      HIST 107 Islam On the Indian Ocean Rim
      HIST 108 Decolonization in Asia
      HIST 109 Decolonization and Postcolonial Thought
      HIST 110 Race, Class, and Power in Southern Africa
      HIST 111 Africa and the Diaspora to the Americas
      HIST 112 Angola and Mozambique: From Liberation to Humanitarian Crises
      HIST 115 Revolution in Latin America: Mexico and Cuba
      HIST 116 Revolution in Central and South America
      HIST 118 Caribbean History
      HIST 132 Religion in Japanese History
      HIST 138 Confucianism from China to the Modern World
      HIST 139 Women and Gender in East Asian Tradition (C-List WGSS 141)
      HIST 141 Religion, Law and Misplaced Secularity in South Asia
      HIST 144 South Asia and the World
      HIST 149 Greeks and Barbarians
      HIST 152 Religious and Spiritual Map of Europe, 300-1500
      HIST 153 Science, Magic and Society, 1100-1700
      HIST 154 Health and Healing in Medieval and Early Modern Europe
      HIST 155 Gender and Sexuality in Pre-modern Europe
      HIST 158 The Balkans since 1453
      HIST 160 France & Africa since the Eighteenth Century
      HIST 162 British Empire and American Nation, from the Revolution to Pearl Harbor
      HIST 163 Special Relations: Britain & the U.S. from WWII to the Present
      HIST 167 Medieval Islam
      ILVS 162 The End of the World, Plan B
      JPN 192-01 Japan and Postmodernism
      ML 182 Introd. to General Linguistics
      MUS 38 Music as Culture
      MUS110 African Music systems (prerequisite MUS 45)
      PJS 01 Introduction to Peace and Justice Studies
      PJS 120 Sociology of War and Peace (C-LIST SOC 120)
      PJS 121 Seminar: Political Culture in Comparative Perspective (C-List PS 121)
      PJS 130 Wealth, Poverty, and Inequality (C-List SOC 130)
      PJS 141 Global Justice (C-List PHIL 141)
      PHIL 16 Philosophy of Religion (C-List REL 6)
      PHIL 24 Introduction to Ethics
      PHIL 41, Western Political Thought I (C-List CLS 45 and PS 41)
      PHIL 42 Western Political Thought II (C-List PS 46)
      PHIL 52 Aesthetics
      PHIL 55 The Making of the Modern Mind
      PHIL 116 Philosophy of Science (prerequisite PHIL 33)
      PHIL 121 Ethical Theory (prerequisite PHIL 1 or 24)
      PHIL 123 Philosophy of Law
      PHIL 124 Bioethics
      PHIL 125 Racism and Social Inequality
      PHIL 126 Theories of Human Nature
      PHIL 128 Human Rights: History and Theory
      PHIL 133 Philosophy of Language
      PHIL 134 Philosophy of Social Science (prerequisite PHIL 1 and 33)
      PHIL 140 Liberalism and Its Social Critics (C-List PS 140)
      PHIL 141 Global Justice (C-List PJS 141)
      PHIL 143 Philosophy and Public Policy
      PHIL 185 From Hegel to Nietzsche
      PHIL 186 Phenomenology and Existentialism
      PS 41 Western Political Thought I (C-List CLS 45 and PHIL 45)
      PS 42 Western Political Thought II (C-List PHIL 46)
      PS 140 Liberalism and Its Philosophical Critics (C-List PHIL 140)
      PS 145 Seminar: The Political Thought of Machiavelli
      PS 146 Liberty, Morality and Virtue
      PS 147 Seminar: The Political Philosophy of Nietzsche
      PS 148 Seminar: Political Thought of Montesquieu
      PSY 15 Theories of Personalities
      REL 6 Philosophy of Religion (C-List PHL 16)
      REL 143 Sociology of Religion (C-List SOC 143)
      REL 191 Religion in International Relations
      RUS 75 War Stories (C-List ILVS 83, PJS 75)
      RUS 78 Warrior Nations: Russia & U.S. (C-List ILVS 88)
      SOC 30 Sex and Gender in Society (C-List WGSS 40)
      SOC 40 Media and Society
      SOC 103 Survey of Social Theory
      SOC 110 Racial and Ethnic Minorities
      SOC 113 Urban Sociology
      SOC 120 Sociology of War and Peace (C-List PJS 120)
      SOC 121 Sociology of Law
      SOC 125 Social Organization of Sexual Behavior
      SOC 130 Wealth, Poverty and Inequality
      SOC 135 Social Movements (C-List PJS 135)
      SOC 141 Medical Sociology
      SOC 143 Sociology of Religion (C-List REL 143)
      WGSS 31 Rise of the Modern Woman (C-List AMER 31, HIST 31)
      WGSS 50 Hitchcock: Cinema, Gender, Ideology (C-List FMS 81, ILVS 57, ENG 80)
      WGSS 70 Grimms’ Fairy Tales (C-List GER 70)
      WGSS 72 Queering Feminisms: Introduction to Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
      WGSS 73 Introduction to Queer Studies
      WGSS 80 Queer Narratives
      WGSS 140 Feminist Theologies (C-List REL 104)
      WGSS 150 Feminism, Literature, Theory (C-List ENG 177)
      WGSS 160 Gender and Sexuality in Ancient Christianity (C-List REL 160)
      WGSS 162 Gender, Work, and Politics in East Asia (C-List PS 128)



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