L&S-IRIS-IntlStu

International Studies (IS) offers an interdisciplinary major with a broad background in international and transnational political, social, economic, commercial, and environmental affairs, together with a comparative study of politics, economics, security, and culture. The goal is to provide students with the necessary tools to understand global processes in their totality and how they are situated and lived in specific regions. The major provides an integrated program of courses that lays the foundation for professional training in a wide variety of areas. Such a foundation can be invaluable in securing a place in competitive graduate or professional schools, which, in turn, prepare students for government service, or for other careers with an international focus, including those in multinational corporations, international finance, non-governmental organizations, and institutions of teaching and research.

The IS major complements numerous majors across campus. Many students choose to double major or enhance their studies with one or more certificates, such as the global health certificate or those offered by the area studies centers.

This major is interdisciplinary, offering a wealth of options. Careful planning and consultation with the IS advisor is especially important.

IS Majors specialize in one of three options:

Option I: Global Security

In this option, majors explore conditions that challenge the ability of people and societies to survive. Students consider the causes of and solutions to political crises and violent conflicts in interstate, transnational, and domestic settings. Using historical and regional approaches, students develop a better understanding of the dilemmas the state and the global community face when confronted by threats to human rights, peace, and stability.

Option II: Politics and Policy in the Global Economy

This option offers a multidisciplinary survey of international economic and political institutions and transactions, as well as the policy issues pertaining to international commerce and trade, international finance and monetary relations, international macroeconomic policy coordination, U.S. trade imbalances, aid and development, and related environmental and natural resource problems.

Option III: Culture in the Age of Globalization

In this option, majors investigate cross-cultural interactions at different levels: local, national, and transnational. Students engage in such issues as cosmopolitanism; international and global flows of images, ideas, and people; questions of identity; changing assumptions of what it means to be indigenous and foreign; globalization and technology; and the impact of globalization on cultures.

Study Abroad

International studies and studying abroad are a natural combination. While study abroad is not a requirement for the major, all IS students are strongly encouraged to pursue a significant international experience during the course of the undergraduate career. Whether through a study abroad program, an internship, or service learning, the experience of studying or working in a foreign culture is invaluable. Many courses taken abroad will count toward the IS major. See the IS advisor for specific guidelines. More information about study abroad and internships is available through International Academic Programs.

Students are advised to declare the major by the end of the sophomore year and/or before studying abroad. To be eligible to declare the international studies major a student must have a GPA of 2.000 both in the major and overall, and have completed (or be in progress toward completing) the following courses, with a minimum combined 2.000 GPA:

INTL ST 101 Introduction to International Studies3-4
Complete the 5th unit of a foreign language 1
Select one of the following:4-8
Principles of Microeconomics
and Principles of Macroeconomics
Introduction to Agricultural and Applied Economics
and Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Economics-Accelerated Treatment 2
1

This requirement must be completed before graduation. ESL 118 substitutes for the foreign language admission requirement.

2

ECON 111 requires placement in MATH 221 or higher and is limited enrollment.

University General Education Requirements

All undergraduate students at the University of Wisconsin–Madison are required to fulfill a minimum set of common university general education requirements to ensure that every graduate acquires the essential core of an undergraduate education. This core establishes a foundation for living a productive life, being a citizen of the world, appreciating aesthetic values, and engaging in lifelong learning in a continually changing world. Various schools and colleges will have requirements in addition to the requirements listed below. Consult your advisor for assistance, as needed. For additional information, see the university Undergraduate General Education Requirements section of the Guide.

General Education
  • Breadth—Humanities/Literature/Arts: 6 credits
  • Breadth—Natural Science: 4 to 6 credits, consisting of one 4- or 5-credit course with a laboratory component; or two courses providing a total of 6 credits
  • Breadth—Social Studies: 3 credits
  • Communication Part A & Part B *
  • Ethnic Studies *
  • Quantitative Reasoning Part A & Part B *

* The mortarboard symbol appears before the title of any course that fulfills one of the Communication Part A or Part B, Ethnic Studies, or Quantitative Reasoning Part A or Part B requirements.

College of Letters & Science Breadth and Degree Requirements: Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Students pursuing a bachelor of science degree in the College of Letters & Science must complete all of the requirements below. The College of Letters & Science allows this major to be paired with either a bachelor of arts or a bachelor of science curriculum. View a comparison of the degree requirements here.

Bachelor of Science DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

Mathematics Two (2) 3+ credits of intermediate/advanced level MATH, COMP SCI, STAT
Limit one each: COMP SCI, STAT
Foreign Language Complete the third unit of a foreign language
Note: A unit is one year of high school work or one semester/term of college work.
L&S Breadth
  • Humanities, 12 credits: 6 of the 12 credits must be in literature
  • Social Sciences, 12 credits
  • Natural Sciences, 12 credits: must include 6 credits in biological science; and must include 6 credits in physical science
Liberal Arts and Science Coursework 108 credits
Depth of Intermediate/Advanced work 60 intermediate or advanced credits
Major Declare and complete at least one (1) major
Total Credits 120 credits
UW-Madison Experience 30 credits in residence, overall
30 credits in residence after the 90th credit
Minimum GPAs 2.000 in all coursework at UW–Madison
2.000 in intermediate/advanced coursework at UW–Madison

Non–L&S Students PURSUING AN L&S MAJOR

Non–L&S students who have permission from their school/college to pursue an additional major within L&S only need to fulfill the major requirements and do not need to complete the L&S breadth and degree requirements above.

Requirements of the Major

Students must declare the major, complete the common requirements, and the requirements for one of the options within the international studies major. 

The international studies major offers three options:

  1. Culture in the Age of Globalization
  2. Global Security
  3. Politics and Policy in the Global Economy 

A student may not declare or earn more than one major option.

Common Major Requirements

introductory requirements 

INTL ST 101 Introduction to International Studies3-4
Complete the 5th Unit of a Foreign Language (see course list below) 1
Select one of the following:4-8
Principles of Microeconomics
and Principles of Macroeconomics
Introduction to Agricultural and Applied Economics
and Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Economics-Accelerated Treatment 2
Total Credits7-12
1

ESL 118 Academic Writing II substitutes for the Foreign Language requirement.

2

ECON 111 requires placement in MATH 221 or higher  is limited enrollment.

5th Unit of Foreign Language Course List

AFRICAN 435 Advanced Studies in Swahili Language-Grammar3
AFRICAN 436 Advanced Studies in Swahili Language-Readings3
AFRICAN/​LCA LANG  445 Readings in Advanced Arabic Texts3
AFRICAN 475 Fifth Semester Yoruba3
AFRICAN 476 Sixth Semester Yoruba3
AFRICAN 491 Fifth Semester, A Language of Central Africa3
AFRICAN 493 Fifth Semester, A Language of Southern Africa3
AFRICAN 494 Sixth Semester, A Language of Southern Africa3
AFRICAN 495 Fifth Semester, A Language of Northern Africa3
AFRICAN 496 Sixth Semester, A Language of Northern Africa3
AFRICAN 497 Fifth Semester, A Language of West Africa3
AFRICAN 498 Sixth Semester, A Language of West Africa3
E ASIAN 301 Fifth Semester Chinese4
E ASIAN 302 Sixth Semester Chinese4
E ASIAN 303 Fifth Semester Japanese4
E ASIAN 304 Sixth Semester Japanese4
E ASIAN 335 Intermediate Japanese Conversation3
E ASIAN 347 Fifth Semester Korean3
E ASIAN 348 Sixth Semester Korean3
E ASIAN 351 Survey of Chinese Literature3
E ASIAN 354 Survey of Japanese Literature3
E ASIAN 401 Seventh Semester Chinese3
E ASIAN 402 Eighth Semester Chinese3
E ASIAN 403 Seventh Semester Japanese3
E ASIAN 404 Eighth Semester Japanese3
E ASIAN 405 Seventh Semester Korean3
E ASIAN 406 Eighth Semester Korean3
E ASIAN 431 Introduction to Chinese Linguistics3
E ASIAN 432 Introduction to Chinese Linguistics3
E ASIAN 501 Fifth-year Chinese3
E ASIAN 563 Readings in Modern Japanese Literature3
E ASIAN 564 Readings in Modern Japanese Literature3
E ASIAN 573 Readings in Classical Japanese Literature3
E ASIAN 574 Readings in Classical Japanese Literature3
E ASIAN 651 History of Chinese Literature3
E ASIAN 652 History of Chinese Literature3
FRENCH 227 Exploring French: Intermediate-Level Course for Entering Students3
FRENCH 228 Intermediate Language and Culture3-4
FRENCH 271 Introduction to Literary Analysis3-4
FRENCH 311 Advanced Composition and Conversation3
FRENCH 312 Advanced Oral and Written Expression: Writing Across the Humanities3
FRENCH/​INTL BUS  313 Professional Communication and Culture in the Francophone World3
FRENCH/​INTL BUS  314 Contemporary Issues in Government, Organizations, and Enterprise3
FRENCH/​INTL BUS  315 Advanced Interdisciplinary Studies in Professional Communication3
FRENCH 321 Introduction to Medieval, Renaissance, and Early Modern Literature3
FRENCH 322 Introduction to Literature of Modernity3
FRENCH 325 Visual Culture in French/Francophone Studies3
FRENCH 347 Introduction to Medieval, Renaissance, and Early Modern Civilization3
FRENCH 348 Modernity Studies3
FRENCH 350 Applied French Language Studies1-3
FRENCH/​ITALIAN/​PORTUG/​SPANISH  429 Introduction to the Romance Languages3
FRENCH 430 Readings in Medieval and Renaissance Literature3
FRENCH 431 Readings in Early Modern Literature3
FRENCH 433 Readings in Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Literature3
FRENCH 449 Francophone Modernity Studies3
FRENCH 461 French/Francophone Literary Studies Across the Centuries3
FRENCH 462 French/Francophone Cultural Studies Across the Centuries3
FRENCH 472 French/Francophone Literature and Women3
FRENCH 590 Advanced Phonetics3
FRENCH 595 Theory and Practice of French/Francophone Drama4
GERMAN 221 Introduction to German Literature and Culture I3
GERMAN 222 Introduction to German Literature and Culture II3
GERMAN 225 Composition and Conversation I3
GERMAN 226 Composition and Conversation II3-4
GERMAN 235 Dutch Conversation and Composition3
GERMAN 249 Intermediate German - Speaking and Listening3
GERMAN 258 Intermediate German-Reading3
GERMAN 262 Intermediate German-Writing3
GERMAN 274 Introduction to German Literature6
GERMAN 284 Honors Introduction to German Literature6
GERMAN 303 Literatur des 19. Jahrhunderts3-4
GERMAN 305 Literatur des 20. und 21. Jahrhunderts3-4
GERMAN 313 Third Semester Dutch for Graduate Students3
GERMAN 325 Topics in Dutch Literature3
GERMAN 337 Advanced Composition & Conversation3-4
GERMAN 351 Introduction to German Linguistics3-4
GERMAN 352 Topics in German Linguistics3-4
GERMAN 367 Study Abroad in German Literature2-5
GERMAN 368 Study Abroad in German Culture2-5
GERMAN 369 Study Abroad in German Linguistics2-5
GERMAN 377 Study Abroad in Dutch Literature2-5
GERMAN 378 Study Abroad in Dutch Culture2-5
GERMAN 379 Study Abroad in Dutch Linguistics2-5
GERMAN 410 Kultur 1648-19183-4
GERMAN 411 Kultur des 20. Jahrhunderts3-4
GERMAN 625 Letterkunde der Lage Landen3-4
GERMAN 632 A Theme in German Literature3
GERMAN 645 Cultuurkunde der Lage Landen3-4
GERMAN 677 Seminar in German Culture Studies3
GREEK 401 Greek Drama3
GREEK 402 Greek Drama and Lyric Poetry3
GREEK 505 Elementary Prose Composition3
GREEK 510 Homer3
GREEK 511 Hesiod3
GREEK 512 Greek Lyric Poets3
GREEK 520 Greek Comedy3
GREEK 521 Greek Tragedy3
GREEK 532 Thucydides3
GREEK 541 Plato3
GREEK 551 Attic Orators3
GREEK 560 Hellenistic Greek3
GREEK 564 Plutarch3
HEBR-MOD/​JEWISH  301 Introduction to Hebrew Literature3
HEBR-MOD/​JEWISH  302 Introduction to Hebrew Literature3
HEBR-MOD/​JEWISH  401 Topics in Modern Hebrew / Israeli Literature and Culture I3
HEBR-MOD/​JEWISH  402 Topics in Modern Hebrew / Israeli Literature and Culture II3
HEBR-BIB/​JEWISH  513 Biblical Texts, Poetry3
HEBR-BIB/​JEWISH  514 Biblical Texts, Poetry3
HEBR-BIB 641 The Book of Ezekiel3
HEBR-BIB 701 Aramaic I3
HEBR-BIB 702 Aramaic II3
HEBR-BIB 703 Ugaritic Texts3
HEBR-BIB 704 Canaanite Dialects3
HEBR-BIB 705 Syriac I3
HEBR-BIB 706 Syriac II3
HEBR-BIB 723 Classical Hebrew Linguistics: Historical and Descriptive3
HEBR-BIB 751 The Book of Isaiah3
ITALIAN 230 Modern Italian Culture3
ITALIAN 311 Advanced Italian Language3
ITALIAN 312 Writing Workshop3
ITALIAN 321 Introduction to Italian Literature3
ITALIAN 322 Introduction to Italian Literature3
ITALIAN 423 Corso Di Stilistica Applicata3
ITALIAN/​FRENCH/​PORTUG/​SPANISH  429 Introduction to the Romance Languages3
ITALIAN 450 Special Topics in Italian Literature3
ITALIAN 452 Special Topics in Italian Studies: Culture, Film, Language3
ITALIAN 453 Special Topics in Italian Studies: Culture, Film, Language1
ITALIAN 601 L'Ottocento3
ITALIAN 621 Il Settecento3
ITALIAN 631 Lineamenti Di Letteratura Italiana3
ITALIAN 635 Il Romanzo Italiano3
ITALIAN 636 Il Romanzo Italiano3
ITALIAN 637 La Poesia del Novecento3
ITALIAN 651 Il Rinascimento3
ITALIAN/​MEDIEVAL  659 Dante's Divina Commedia3
ITALIAN/​MEDIEVAL  660 Dante's Divina Commedia3
ITALIAN/​MEDIEVAL  671 Il Duecento3
JEWISH/​HEBR-MOD  301 Introduction to Hebrew Literature3
LATIN 301 Latin Literature of the Roman Republic3
LATIN 302 Latin Literature of the Roman Empire3
LATIN 505 Elementary Prose Composition3
LCA LANG 501 Fifth Semester Asian Language3
LCA LANG 503 Fifth Semester Burmese3
LCA LANG 504 Sixth Semester Burmese3
LCA LANG 505 Fifth Semester Filipino3
LCA LANG 506 Sixth Semester Filipino3
LCA LANG 507 Fifth Semester Hmong3
LCA LANG 508 Sixth Semester Hmong3
LCA LANG 509 Fifth Semester Indonesian3
LCA LANG 510 Sixth Semester Indonesian3
LCA LANG 513 Fifth Semester Khmer3
LCA LANG 514 Sixth Semester Khmer3
LCA LANG 515 Fifth Semester Lao3
LCA LANG 516 Sixth Semester Lao3
LCA LANG 517 Fifth Semester Thai3
LCA LANG 518 Sixth Semester Thai3
LCA LANG 519 Fifth Semester Vietnamese3
LCA LANG 520 Sixth Semester Vietnamese3
LCA LANG/​AFRICAN  527 Advanced Summer Immersion Arabic8
LCA LANG 528 Advanced Summer Immersion Persian8
LCA LANG 529 Advanced Summer Immersion Turkish8
LCA LANG 531 Fifth Semester Kazak3
LCA LANG 532 Sixth Semester Kazak3
LCA LANG 539 Fifth Semester Turkish and Azeri3
LCA LANG 540 Sixth Semester Turkish and Azeri3
LCA LANG 553 Fifth Semester Hindi3-4
LCA LANG 554 Sixth Semester Hindi3-4
LCA LANG 557 Fifth Semester Tibetan4
LCA LANG 558 Sixth Semester Tibetan4
LCA LANG 563 Fifth Semester Persian3
LCA LANG 564 Sixth Semester Persian3
LCA LANG 571 Fifth Semester Urdu3-4
LCA LANG 572 Sixth Semester Urdu3-4
LCA LANG 601 Seventh Semester Asian Language3
LCA LANG 602 Eighth Semester Asian Language3
LCA LANG 616 Modern Thai Literature: The Novel3
LCA LANG 617 Thai Poetry3
LCA LANG 618 Thai Prose Literature: The Short Story3
LCA LANG 631 Advanced Readings in Turkic Languages3
LCA LANG 644 Readings in Otoman Turkish and Chagatay3
LCA LANG 648 Advanced Readings in Pali Literature3
LCA LANG 653 Advanced Readings in Hindi Language3
LCA LANG 654 Advanced Readings in Hindi Literature3
LCA LANG 671 Advanced Readings in Urdu Language3
LCA LANG 675 Advanced Readings in Sanskrit3
LCA LANG 677 Advanced Readings in Tibetan3
PORTUG 225 Third Year Conversation and Composition3
PORTUG 226 Third Year Conversation and Composition3
PORTUG 311 Fourth Year Composition and Conversation3
PORTUG 312 Fourth Year Composition and Conversation3
SCAND ST 251 Readings in Norwegian Literature3-4
SCAND ST 261 Readings in Swedish Literature3-4
SCAND ST 271 Readings in Danish Literature3-4
SCAND ST 373 Masterpieces of Scandinavian Literature: From the Middle Ages to 19003-4
SCAND ST 374 Masterpieces of Scandinavian Literature: the Twentieth Century3-4
SCAND ST 375 The Writings of Hans Christian Andersen3-4
SCAND ST 401 Contemporary Scandinavian Languages3
SCAND ST 419 Scandinavian Children's Literature4
SCAND ST 420 The Woman in Scandinavian Literature4
SCAND ST 422 The Drama of Henrik Ibsen4
SCAND ST 423 The Drama of August Strindberg4
SCAND ST 424 Nineteenth-Century Scandinavian Fiction3-4
SCAND ST 425 Knut Hamsun and the 20th Century Norwegian Novel4
SCAND ST 426 Kierkegaard and Scandinavian Literature4
SCAND ST 427 Contemporary Scandinavian Literature4
SCAND ST 433 The Scandinavian Tale and Ballad4
SCAND ST 434 The Art of Isak Dinesen/Karen Blixen4
SCAND ST 435 The Icelandic Sagas4
SCAND ST 437 Modern Scandinavian Drama4
SCAND ST 496 The Scandinavian Heritage in America3
SLAVIC 275 Third Year Russian I3-4
SLAVIC 276 Third Year Russian II3-4
SLAVIC 277 Third Year Polish I3
SLAVIC 278 Third Year Polish II3
SLAVIC 302 Zarys historii literatury polskiej3
SLAVIC 307 Study Abroad in Poland1-4
SLAVIC 308 Polish Culture and Area Studies on Study Abroad1-4
SLAVIC 309 Russian Area Studies on Study Abroad1-4
SLAVIC 315 Russian Language and Culture I2
SLAVIC 316 Russian Language and Culture II2
SLAVIC 321 Fourth Year Russian I4
SLAVIC 322 Fourth Year Russian II4
SLAVIC 331 Fourth Year Polish I3
SLAVIC 332 Fourth Year Polish II3
SLAVIC 350 Special Topics in Russian Language, Literature, and Culture3
SLAVIC 420 Chekhov3-4
SLAVIC 421 Gogol3-4
SLAVIC 422 Dostoevsky3-4
SLAVIC 424 Tolstoy3-4
SLAVIC 440 Soviet Literature3-4
SLAVIC 472 Historia literatury polskiej po roku 18633
SPANISH 223 Introduction to Hispanic Cultures3
SPANISH 224 Introduction to Hispanic Literatures3
SPANISH 226 Intermediate Language Practice with Emphasis on Writing and Grammar3
SPANISH 311 Advanced Language Practice3
SPANISH 319 Topics in Spanish Language Practice1-3
SPANISH 320 Spanish Phonetics3
SPANISH 322 Survey of Early Hispanic Literature3
SPANISH 327 Introduction to Spanish Linguistics3
SPANISH 361 Spanish Civilization3
SPANISH 363 Spanish American Civilization3
SPANISH 417 Literatura del Siglo de Oro3-4
SPANISH 435 Cervantes3
SPANISH 453 Literature of the Twentieth Century3
SPANISH/​CHICLA  459 Mexico in the Chicano and Chicana Literary Imagination3
SPANISH 460 Literatura Hispanoamericana3
SPANISH 461 The Spanish American Short Story3
SPANISH 462 Spanish American Theater and Drama3
SPANISH 463 The Spanish American Novel3
SPANISH 464 Spanish American Poetry and Essay3
SPANISH 465 Literature and Film in Spanish America3
SPANISH 466 Topics in Spanish American Literature1
SPANISH 468 Topics in Hispanic Culture3
SPANISH/​CHICLA  469 Topics in Hispanic Cultures in the U.S.3
SPANISH 470 Undergraduate Seminars in Hispanic Literature/Culture/Linguistics3

AREA STUDIES

Area studies courses help students focus their on a specific geographic regions. Students must choose one course from:

AFRICAN/​AFROAMER/​ANTHRO/​GEOG/​HISTORY/​POLI SCI/​SOC  277 Africa: An Introductory Survey4
E A STDS/​HISTORY/​POLI SCI  255 Introduction to East Asian Civilizations3-4
GEOG 340 World Regions in Global Context3
HISTORY 120 Europe and the Modern World 1815 to the Present4
HISTORY 139 The Middle East in the 20th Century3-4
HISTORY 142 History of South Asia to the Present3-4
HISTORY 201 The Historian's Craft (Portraying China)3-4
HISTORY/​GEOG/​LCA/​POLI SCI/​SOC  244 Introduction to Southeast Asia: Vietnam to the Philippines4
HISTORY/​GEOG/​LCA/​POLI SCI/​SOC  252 The Civilizations of India-Modern Period4
HISTORY/​AFROAMER/​ANTHRO/​C&E SOC/​GEOG/​LACIS/​POLI SCI/​SOC/​SPANISH  260 Latin America: An Introduction3-4
HISTORY/​E A STDS  341 History of Modern China, 1800-19493-4
HISTORY/​E A STDS  342 History of the Peoples Republic of China, 1949 to the Present3-4
HISTORY 348 France from Napoleon to the Great War, 1799-19143-4
HISTORY 349 Contemporary France, 1914 to the Present3-4
HISTORY 359 History of Europe Since 19453-4
HISTORY 378 History of Africa Since 18703-4
HISTORY 410 History of Germany, 1871 to the Present3-4
HISTORY 424 The Soviet Union and the World, 1917-19913-4
HISTORY/​SCAND ST  432 History of Scandinavia Since 18153
HISTORY/​LCA  458 History of Southeast Asia Since 18003-4
LCA/​HISTORY  265 An Introduction to Central Asia: From the Silk Route to Afghanistan3
LCA 266 Introduction to the Middle East3
SLAVIC/​GEOG/​HISTORY/​POLI SCI  253 Russia: An Interdisciplinary Survey4
SLAVIC/​GEOG/​HISTORY/​POLI SCI  254 Eastern Europe: An Interdisciplinary Survey4

RESIDENCE & QUALITY OF WORK

2.000 GPA in all INTL ST courses and other courses in the major

2.000 GPA on 15 upper-level major credits, taken in residence

15 credits in the major, taken on the UW–Madison campus3

3

 Major courses with Intermediate and Advanced level are considered Upper-Level.


Options Within The Major

Each option in the major requires 35 credits. Students select one Area Studies course (above), and the option-specific requirements for Core, Issues, and Elective classes (below).4

CULTURE IN THE AGE OF GLOBALIZATION

In this option, majors investigate cross-cultural interactions at different levels: local, national, and transnational. Students engage in such issues as cosmopolitanism; international and global flows of images, ideas, and people; questions of identity; changing assumptions of what it means to be indigenous and foreign; globalization and technology; and the impact of globalization on cultures.

Culture  Core

Two courses from:

AFRICAN 669 Special Topics (Celebrity Culture)3
AFRICAN 403 Theories of African Cultural Studies3
ANTHRO 300 Cultural Anthropology: Theory and Ethnography3
GEN&WS 420 Women in Cross-Societal Perspective3
HISTORY 403 Immigration and Assimilation in American History3-4
INTL ST 403 Topics in Culture in the Age of Globalization3-4
INTL ST 503 Study Abroad Topics in Culture in the Age of Globalization1-6
INTL ST 603 Topics in Culture in the Age of Globalization1-4
INTL ST 620 Topics in International Studies (Global Social Networks)1-4
JOURN 620 International Communication4
JOURN 621 Mass Communication in Developing Nations4
LCA/​ART HIST  621 Mapping, Making, and Representing Colonial Spaces3
LINGUIS/​ANTHRO/​LCA  430 Language and Culture3-4
PSYCH 428 Introduction to Cultural Psychology3-4
SOC 626 Social Movements3
THEATRE/​ENGL  577 Postcolonial Theatre: Drama, Theory and Performance in the Global South3

Culture  Issues

15 credits from:

AFRICAN 230 Introduction to Yoruba Life and Culture3
AFRICAN/​AFROAMER/​HISTORY/​POLI SCI  297 African and African-American Linkages: An Introduction4
AFRICAN 300 African Literature in Translation3
AFRICAN/​LCA/​RELIG ST  370 Islam: Religion and Culture3-4
AFRICAN/​FOLKLORE  411 African Poetry3-4
AFRICAN 412 Contemporary African Fiction3-4
AFRICAN/​AFROAMER  413 Contemporary African and Caribbean Drama3-4
AFRICAN/​FRENCH  440 African/Francophone Film3
AFRICAN/​PORTUG  451 Lusophone African Literature3
AFRICAN 453 Modern African Literature in English3-4
AFRICAN/​FOLKLORE  471 Oral Traditions and the Written Word3-4
AFRICAN 500 Language and Society in Africa3-4
AFROAMER/​ART HIST  241 Introduction to African Art and Architecture3
AFROAMER/​ART HIST  242 Introduction to Afro-American Art3
AFROAMER/​ANTHRO/​C&E SOC/​GEOG/​HISTORY/​LACIS/​POLI SCI/​SOC/​SPANISH  260 Latin America: An Introduction3-4
AFROAMER 265 African-American Autobiography3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  267 Artistic/Cultural Images of Black Women3
AFROAMER 271 Selected Topics in African American Culture3
AFROAMER 272 Race and American Politics from the New Deal to the New Right3
AFROAMER/​HIST SCI/​MED HIST  275 Science, Medicine, and Race: A History3
AFROAMER/​AFRICAN/​ANTHRO/​GEOG/​HISTORY/​POLI SCI/​SOC  277 Africa: An Introductory Survey4
AFROAMER/​AFRICAN/​HISTORY/​POLI SCI  297 African and African-American Linkages: An Introduction4
AFROAMER 302 Undergraduate Studies in Afro-American History3
AFROAMER 303 Blacks, Film, and Society3
AFROAMER/​MUSIC  308 Black Music (1920-Present): Rhythm Section and Combos2
AFROAMER/​MUSIC  309 Black Music (1920-Present): Vocalist/Trombone/Misc Instrumental2
AFROAMER/​MUSIC  310 Black Music (1920-Present): The Trumpet2
AFROAMER/​MUSIC  311 Black Music (1920-Present): The Saxophone2
AFROAMER/​DANCE/​MUSIC  318 Cultural Cross Currents: West African Dance/Music in the Americas3
AFROAMER/​HISTORY  321 Afro-American History Since 19003-4
AFROAMER/​HISTORY  322 Afro-American History to 19003-4
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  323 Gender, Race and Class: Women in U.S. History3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  324 Black Women in America: Reconstruction to the Present3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  326 Race and Gender in Post-World War II U.S. Society3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  333 Black Feminisms3
AFROAMER 337 The Harlem Renaissance3
AFROAMER 338 The Black Arts Movement3
AFROAMER/​HISTORY  347 The Caribbean and its Diasporas3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  367 Art and Visual Culture: Women of the African Diaspora and Africa3
AFROAMER 469 Interdisciplinary Studies in the Arts1-4
AFROAMER 501 19th Century Afro-American Literature3
AFROAMER/​MUSIC  509 Seminar in Afro-American Music History and Criticism3
AFROAMER/​POLI SCI  519 African American Political Theory3-4
AFROAMER/​HDFS/​SOC WORK  521 African American Families3
AFROAMER/​HIST SCI/​MED HIST  523 Race, American Medicine and Public Health3
AFROAMER 525 Major Authors3
AFROAMER/​ED POL  567 History of African American Education3
AFROAMER 605 Critical and Theoretical Issues in Afro-American Literature3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  624 African American Women's Activism (19th & 20th Centuries)3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  625 Gender, Race and the Civil Rights Movement3
AFROAMER/​HISTORY  628 History of the Civil Rights Movement in the United States3
AFROAMER 631 Colloquium in Afro-American History3
AFROAMER/​ART HIST  643 Selected Topics in African Diaspora Art History3
AFROAMER 669 Interdisciplinary Studies in the Arts1-4
AFROAMER 671 Selected Topics in Afro-American History3
AFROAMER/​ENGL  672 Selected Topics in Afro-American Literature3
AFROAMER 673 Selected Topics in Afro-American Society3
AFROAMER/​ART  674 Selected Topics on Afro-American Artists3
AFROAMER 675 Selected Topics in Afro-American Culture3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  677 Critical and Theoretical Perspectives in Black Women's Writings3
AFROAMER 678 Modern/Contemporary Art of Nigeria and the African Diaspora3
ANTHRO 300 Cultural Anthropology: Theory and Ethnography3
ANTHRO 327 Peoples of the Andes Today3
ANTHRO 330 Topics in Ethnology (SE Asia)3-4
ANTHRO 330 Topics in Ethnology (Brazil)3-4
ANTHRO 350 Political Anthropology3-4
ANTHRO 357 Introduction to the Anthropology of Japan3-4
ANTHRO 358 Anthropology of China3
ANTHRO 369 Peoples and Cultures of Central and Eastern Europe3-4
ANTHRO/​LCA  462 Anthropology of South Asia3
ANTHRO 490 Undergraduate Seminar3
ANTHRO 606 Ethnicity, Nations, and Nationalism3-4
ANTHRO 677 Public Monuments and Symbols3
ART HIST 350 19th Century Painting in Europe3-4
ART HIST 351 20th Century Art in Europe3-4
ART HIST 354 Cross-Cultural Arts Around the Atlantic Rim: 1800 to the Present3-4
ART HIST 357 European Architecture: The Nineteenth Century3-4
ART HIST 358 European Architecture: The Modern Movements3-4
ART HIST 371 Chinese Painting3-4
ART HIST 372 Arts of Japan3-4
ART HIST 411 Topics in Asian Art (Modern & Contemporary)3-4
ART HIST 454 Art in Germany, 1900-19453-4
ART HIST 479 Art and History in Africa3-4
ASIAN AM/​ENGL  270 A Survey of Asian American Literature3
C&E SOC/​SOC  245 Technology and Society3
C&E SOC/​SOC/​URB R PL  617 Community Development3
CHICLA/​HISTORY  462 The American West Since 18503-4
CHICLA/​SOC  470 Sociodemographic Analysis of Mexican Migration3
CHICLA 519 Transnational and Comparative Working-Class Cultures3-4
COM ARTS 346 Critical Internet Studies3
COM ARTS 350 Introduction to Film3
COM ARTS 352 Film History to 19603
COM ARTS 372 Rhetoric of Campaigns and Revolutions3
COM ARTS/​RELIG ST  374 The Rhetoric of Religion3
COM ARTS 455 French Film3
COM ARTS 456 Russian and Soviet Film3
COM ARTS 458 Global Media Cultures3
COM ARTS/​ITALIAN  460 Italian Film3
COM ARTS 470 Contemporary Political Discourse3
COM ARTS 557 Contemporary Media Industries3
COM ARTS 577 Dynamics of Online Relationships3
COMP LIT 203 Introduction to Cross-Cultural Literary Forms3
COMP LIT 375 Literature and Related Disciplines3-4
COMP LIT 379 Literature and Ethnic Experience3-4
DS/​LAND ARC  639 Culture and Built Environment3
E A STDS/​E ASIAN  300 Humanities Topics in East Asian Studies (Korean Culture)1-3
E A STDS/​E ASIAN  300 Humanities Topics in East Asian Studies (Survey of Tibetan Buddhism)1-3
E A STDS 301 Social Studies Topics in East Asian Studies (Two Koreas)1-3
E A STDS 301 Social Studies Topics in East Asian Studies (Korean)1-3
E ASIAN 253 Introduction to Japanese Culture and Civilization3
E ASIAN 301 Fifth Semester Chinese (Contemporary Chinese Society)4
E ASIAN 352 Survey of Chinese Literature3
E ASIAN 354 Survey of Japanese Literature3
E ASIAN 520 Popular Culture and Film in Twentieth-Century China3
ED POL 150 Education and Public Policy (Human Rights & Education)3
ED POL 340 Comparative Education3
ED POL/​ANTHRO  570 Anthropology and Education3
ED POL/​HISTORY  622 History of Radical and Experimental Education in the US and UK3
ENGL/​LITTRANS  223 Vladimir Nabokov: Russian and American Writings3
ENGL 352 Modernist Poetry3
ENGL 353 British Literature since 19003
ENGL 453 Topic in British Literature and Culture since 19003
ENGL/​LCA  478 Indian Writers Abroad: Literature, Diaspora and Globalization3
ENGL/​THEATRE  575 British Drama, 1914 to Present3
FOLKLORE/​AFRICAN  270 The Hero and Trickster in African Oral Traditions3
FOLKLORE/​LCA  279 Introduction to Turkish Folk Literature3
FOLKLORE/​ANTHRO  344 Anthropological Approaches to Folklore3
FOLKLORE 510 Folklore Theory3
FOLKLORE/​DS  512 Material Culture Analysis: The Arts and the Consumer Society3
FOLKLORE 560 Folklore in a Digital Age3
FRENCH 211 French Interdisciplinary Studies3
FRENCH 240 Immigration and Expression3
FRENCH 322 Introduction to Literature of Modernity3
FRENCH 325 Visual Culture in French/Francophone Studies3
FRENCH 348 Modernity Studies3
FRENCH 433 Readings in Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Literature3
FRENCH 449 Francophone Modernity Studies3
FRENCH 462 French/Francophone Cultural Studies Across the Centuries3
FRENCH 465 French/Francophone Film3
FRENCH 467 Aspects of Contemporary French Literature3
FRENCH 472 French/Francophone Literature and Women3
FRENCH 595 Theory and Practice of French/Francophone Drama4
GEN&WS/​ENGL  250 Women in Literature3
GEN&WS 310 Special Topics in Gender, Women and the Humanities (Queer Film)1-3
GEN&WS 310 Special Topics in Gender, Women and the Humanities (Virginia Woolf)1-3
GEN&WS/​AFROAMER  367 Art and Visual Culture: Women of the African Diaspora and Africa3
GEN&WS 420 Women in Cross-Societal Perspective3
GEN&WS/​HISTORY/​LCA  472 Women in Turkish Society3
GEOG 101 Introduction to Human Geography4
GEOG 301 Geography of Social Organization3
GEOG/​URB R PL  305 Introduction to the City3-4
GEOG 340 World Regions in Global Context3
GEOG 349 Europe3
GEOG 355 Africa, South of the Sahara3
GEOG 358 Human Geography of Southeast Asia3
GERMAN 245 Topics in Dutch Life and Culture (Dutch Tolerance)3
GERMAN 245 Topics in Dutch Life and Culture (Low Lands or High Water?)3
GERMAN 278 Topics in German Culture (Kafka and Kafkaesque)3
GERMAN 278 Topics in German Culture (Culture in 20th Century)3
GERMAN 305 Literatur des 20. und 21. Jahrhunderts3-4
GERMAN 325 Topics in Dutch Literature (Bezetting, Holocaust)3
GERMAN 325 Topics in Dutch Literature (lit:reizen,migratie)3
GERMAN 362 Topics in German Literature3-4
GERMAN 372 Topics in German Culture (Deutschsprachiege Lieder)3-4
GERMAN 372 Topics in German Culture (Oesterreich: Landschaft)3-4
GERMAN 372 Topics in German Culture (Deutscher Film)3-4
GERMAN 372 Topics in German Culture (Green Germany)3-4
GERMAN 411 Kultur des 20. Jahrhunderts3-4
GERMAN 445 Topics in Dutch Culture (Lage landen of hoog water?)3-4
GERMAN/​JEWISH  510 German-Jewish Culture Since the 18th Century3
GERMAN/​COM ARTS  655 German Film3
HIST SCI 339 Technology and Its Critics Since World War II3
HISTORY 223 Explorations in European History (H) (Commodity Culture in Europe)3-4
HISTORY 223 Explorations in European History (H) (Wars of Religion Since 1914)3-4
HISTORY 229 Explorations in Transnational/Comparative History (Humanities) (South Asians in Diaspora)3
HISTORY 229 Explorations in Transnational/Comparative History (Humanities) (Pan-Asianism)3
HISTORY 241 Latin America from 1780 to 19404
HISTORY 242 Modern Latin America, 1898 to the Present4
HISTORY/​GEOG/​LCA/​POLI SCI/​SOC  244 Introduction to Southeast Asia: Vietnam to the Philippines4
HISTORY 335 Korean History, 1945 to present3-4
HISTORY/​AFROAMER  347 The Caribbean and its Diasporas3
HISTORY/​GEN&WS  392 Women in History3-4
HISTORY 403 Immigration and Assimilation in American History3-4
HISTORY 420 Russian Social and Intellectual History3-4
HISTORY/​LCA  458 History of Southeast Asia Since 18003-4
HISTORY 475 European Social History, 1914-Present3-4
HISTORY 503 Irish and Scottish Migrations3
HISTORY 514 European Cultural History Since 18703-4
HISTORY 533 Multi-Racial Societies in Latin America3-4
HISTORY 607 The American Impact Abroad: The Historical Dimension3
INTL ST 322 Washington DC Semester in International Affairs Internship Seminar4
INTL ST/​ED POL  335 Globalization and Education3
INTL ST 403 Topics in Culture in the Age of Globalization3-4
INTL ST 503 Study Abroad Topics in Culture in the Age of Globalization1-6
INTL ST 603 Topics in Culture in the Age of Globalization1-4
INTL ST 620 Topics in International Studies1-4
INTL ST 622 Washington DC Sem in International Affairs Seminar4
ITALIAN 230 Modern Italian Culture3
ITALIAN 322 Introduction to Italian Literature3
ITALIAN 452 Special Topics in Italian Studies: Culture, Film, Language3
ITALIAN/​COM ARTS  460 Italian Film3
ITALIAN 637 La Poesia del Novecento3
JEWISH/​SOC  258 The Jews, States, and Citizenship: A Sociological Perspective3
JEWISH/​LITTRANS  367 Israeli Fiction in Translation3-4
JEWISH/​ANTHRO/​RELIG ST  372 Jews of Central and Eastern Europe3-4
JEWISH/​HISTORY  416 Eastern European Jews in the United States, 1880s-1930s3-4
JEWISH/​PHILOS  442 Moral Philosophy and the Holocaust3
JEWISH/​CURRIC/​HISTORY  515 Holocaust: History, Memory and Education3
JEWISH/​ENGL  539 Jewish Literatures in Diaspora3
JEWISH 625 The Holocaust: Facts, Trials, Verdicts, Post-Verdicts3
JOURN/​COM ARTS/​LSC  617 Health Communication in the Information Age3
JOURN 620 International Communication4
JOURN 621 Mass Communication in Developing Nations4
L I S 201 The Information Society4
LCA 300 Topics in Languages and Cultures of Asia (Sexuality in South Asia)3
LCA 311 Modern Indian Literatures3
LCA/​RELIG ST  357 Literatures of Muslim Societies3
LCA 361 Survey of Indonesian Cultures3
LCA/​RELIG ST  402 Thought of Gandhi3
LCA 403 Southeast Asian Literature3
LCA/​ART HIST  428 Visual Cultures of South Asia3
LCA 441 Language and Society in Southeast Asia3
LCA 579 Fiction and Ethnography in Turkey3
LCA/​ART HIST  621 Mapping, Making, and Representing Colonial Spaces3
LCA 630 Proseminar: Studies in Cultures of Asia (Everyday: Lives, Spaces)3
LCA LANG 616 Modern Thai Literature: The Novel3
LCA LANG 617 Thai Poetry3
LCA LANG 618 Thai Prose Literature: The Short Story3
LCA LANG 654 Advanced Readings in Hindi Literature3
LCA LANG 677 Advanced Readings in Tibetan3
LINGUIS/​ANTHRO/​LCA  430 Language and Culture3-4
LITTRANS 203 Survey of 19th and 20th Century Russian Literature in Translation I4
LITTRANS 204 Survey of 19th and 20th Century Russian Literature in Translation II4
LITTRANS/​GEN&WS  205 Women in Russian Literature in Translation3-4
LITTRANS 211 Modern Indian Literatures in Traslation3
LITTRANS 214 Literatures of Central Asia in Translation3
LITTRANS 220 Chekhov in Translation3-4
LITTRANS 222 Dostoevsky in Translation3-4
LITTRANS 226 Introduction to Luso-Afro-Brazilian Literature3
LITTRANS 234 Soviet Life and Culture Through Literature and Art (from 1917)3-4
LITTRANS 240 Soviet Literature in Translation3-4
LITTRANS 247 Topics in Slavic Literatures in Translation (Representing Holocaust)3
LITTRANS 254 In Translation: Lit of Modern Italy-Existentialism, Fascism, Resistance3
LITTRANS/​RELIG ST  257 Literatures of Muslim Societies in Translation3
LITTRANS/​GEN&WS  270 German Women Writers in Translation3
LITTRANS 273 Urdu Prose Fiction in India and Pakistan in Translation3
LITTRANS 274 In Translation: Masterpieces of Scandinavian Literature-the 20th Century3-4
LITTRANS 277 Topics in Twentieth-Century German Literature (in Translation) (German Lit)3
LITTRANS 301 Modern Indonesian Literature in Translation3
LITTRANS 304 Southeast Asian Literature in Translation3
LITTRANS 326 Topics in Dutch Literature in Translation (Dutch Lit: Travel & Migration)3
LITTRANS 326 Topics in Dutch Literature in Translation (Occupation, Holocaust)3
LITTRANS 331 In Translation: Scandinavian Topics in Depth1-2
LITTRANS 334 In Translation: The Art of Isak Dinesen/Karen Blixen3-4
LITTRANS 338 In Translation: Knut Hamsun and the 20th Century Norwegian Novel3-4
LITTRANS 343 In Translation: The Woman in Scandinavian Literature3-4
LITTRANS/​THEATRE  349 In Translation: Modern Scandinavian Drama4
LITTRANS 368 Modern Japanese Fiction3
LITTRANS 373 Topics in Japanese Literature (Evangelion)3
LITTRANS 373 Topics in Japanese Literature (Japanese Ghost Stories)3
LITTRANS 455 Modern Serbian and Croatian Literature in Translation3
LITTRANS 473 Polish Literature (in Translation) since 18633
MUSIC/​AFROAMER  400 Music Cultures of the World: Africa, Europe, the Americas3
MUSIC/​FOLKLORE  401 Musical Cultures of the World3
MUSIC/​FOLKLORE  402 Musical Cultures of the World3
MUSIC/​FOLKLORE  404 Music of S.E. Asia: Tradition, Innovation, Politics, and Religion3
MUSIC 416 Survey of Music in the Twentieth Century3
POLI SCI 363 Literature and Politics3-4
PORTUG/​GEN&WS  450 Brazillian Women Writers3
PORTUG 640 Topics in Luso-Brazilian Literature (LusoAfroBrazillian Studies)3
PSYCH 428 Introduction to Cultural Psychology3-4
RELIG ST/​ANTHRO  343 Anthropology of Religion3-4
RELIG ST/​HISTORY  379 Islam in Iran3
RELIG ST/​HISTORY/​LCA  547 Religion, Colonialism & Modernity in Southeast Asia3
RELIG ST/​POLI SCI  618 Political Islam3-4
SCAND ST 251 Readings in Norwegian Literature3-4
SCAND ST 261 Readings in Swedish Literature3-4
SCAND ST 271 Readings in Danish Literature3-4
SCAND ST 374 Masterpieces of Scandinavian Literature: the Twentieth Century3-4
SCAND ST 420 The Woman in Scandinavian Literature4
SCAND ST 425 Knut Hamsun and the 20th Century Norwegian Novel4
SCAND ST 427 Contemporary Scandinavian Literature4
SCAND ST/​HISTORY  432 History of Scandinavia Since 18153
SCAND ST 434 The Art of Isak Dinesen/Karen Blixen4
SCAND ST 437 Modern Scandinavian Drama4
SCAND ST/​FOLKLORE  443 Sami Culture, Yesterday and Today4
SCAND ST 466 Greenland - Past, Present, and Future3
SCAND ST 476 Scandinavian Life and Civilization II4
SCAND ST 635 Survey of Scandinavian Literature: 1800-18903
SLAVIC 242 Literatures and Cultures of Eastern Europe3
SLAVIC 302 Zarys historii literatury polskiej3
SLAVIC 321 Fourth Year Russian I4
SLAVIC 322 Fourth Year Russian II4
SLAVIC/​RELIG ST  325 Eastern Christianity/Russian Orthodoxy in a Global Context3
SLAVIC 405 Women in Russian Literature3-4
SLAVIC 434 Contemporary Russian Culture3
SLAVIC 439 Russia Today in Literature and Film4
SLAVIC 440 Soviet Literature3-4
SLAVIC 449 Istorija srpske i hrvatske literature3
SLAVIC 454 Moderna srpska i hrvatska literatura3
SLAVIC 472 Historia literatury polskiej po roku 18633
SOC 170 Population Problems3-4
SOC 496 Topics in Sociology (Intercultural Dialogues)1-3
SOC/​LCA/​RELIG ST  614 Social Structures of Muslim Societies3
SOC 620 Comparative Racial Inequality3
SOC/​C&E SOC  623 Gender, Society, and Politics3
SOC 626 Social Movements3
SOC/​LCA/​RELIG ST  634 Social Structure of India3
SOC 640 Sociology of the Family3
SOC 646 Race and Ethnic Relations3
SOC/​ED POL  648 Sociology of Education3
SPANISH 324 Survey of Modern Spanish Literature3
SPANISH 326 Survey of Spanish American Literature3
SPANISH 361 Spanish Civilization3
SPANISH 363 Spanish American Civilization3
SPANISH 453 Literature of the Twentieth Century3
SPANISH/​CHICLA  459 Mexico in the Chicano and Chicana Literary Imagination3
SPANISH 460 Literatura Hispanoamericana3
SPANISH 460 Literatura Hispanoamericana (Latin American Neo-Vanguards)3
SPANISH 461 The Spanish American Short Story3
SPANISH 462 Spanish American Theater and Drama3
SPANISH 463 The Spanish American Novel3
SPANISH 464 Spanish American Poetry and Essay3
SPANISH 465 Literature and Film in Spanish America3
SPANISH 468 Topics in Hispanic Culture (Documentary Film)3
THEATRE 327 History of Costume for the Stage3
THEATRE 351 Fundamentals of Asian Stage Discipline3
THEATRE 420 Theatre and Society3
THEATRE 424 Contemporary World Theatre and Dramatic Literature3
THEATRE 522 Experimental Drama: The Theatre of Europe 1850-the Present3
THEATRE 526 The Theatres of China and Japan3
THEATRE/​SLAVIC  532 History of Russian Theatre3
THEATRE/​ENGL  577 Postcolonial Theatre: Drama, Theory and Performance in the Global South3

Electives

Students typically take three or four elective courses in the major. These courses can come from Issues lists for different options or they can be additional Issues classes within their own option. Students must take enough elective credits to attain the required 35 total credits in the major. Choose from:

A A E/​ENVIR ST  244 The Environment and the Global Economy3
A A E 319 The International Agricultural Economy3
A A E/​AGRONOMY/​INTER-AG/​NUTR SCI  350 World Hunger and Malnutrition3
A A E/​ECON  421 Economic Decision Analysis4
A A E/​ECON  473 Economic Growth and Development in Southeast Asia3
A A E/​ECON  474 Economic Problems of Developing Areas3
A A E/​ECON  477 Agricultural and Economic Development in Africa3
A A E/​ECON/​F&W ECOL  531 Natural Resource Economics3
A A E/​M H R  540 Intellectual Property Rights, Innovation and Technology3
A A E/​CIV ENGR/​ENVIR ST/​URB R PL  561 Energy Markets3
AFRICAN 230 Introduction to Yoruba Life and Culture3
AFRICAN/​AFROAMER/​HISTORY/​POLI SCI  297 African and African-American Linkages: An Introduction4
AFRICAN 300 African Literature in Translation3
AFRICAN 303 African Literature and Visual Culture3
AFRICAN/​LCA/​RELIG ST  370 Islam: Religion and Culture3-4
AFRICAN 405 Topics in African Cultural Studies (The Problem of Whiteness)3
AFRICAN 412 Contemporary African Fiction3-4
AFRICAN/​AFROAMER  413 Contemporary African and Caribbean Drama3-4
AFRICAN/​FOLKLORE  411 African Poetry3-4
AFRICAN/​FRENCH  440 African/Francophone Film3
AFRICAN/​PORTUG  451 Lusophone African Literature3
AFRICAN 453 Modern African Literature in English3-4
AFRICAN/​FOLKLORE  471 Oral Traditions and the Written Word3-4
AFRICAN 500 Language and Society in Africa3-4
AFRICAN 609 Advanced Topics in Global Black Music Studies3
AFROAMER/​ART HIST  241 Introduction to African Art and Architecture3
AFROAMER/​ART HIST  242 Introduction to Afro-American Art3
AFROAMER/​ANTHRO/​C&E SOC/​GEOG/​HISTORY/​LACIS/​POLI SCI/​SOC/​SPANISH  260 Latin America: An Introduction3-4
AFROAMER 265 African-American Autobiography3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  267 Artistic/Cultural Images of Black Women3
AFROAMER 271 Selected Topics in African American Culture3
AFROAMER 272 Race and American Politics from the New Deal to the New Right3
AFROAMER/​HIST SCI/​MED HIST  275 Science, Medicine, and Race: A History3
AFROAMER/​AFRICAN/​ANTHRO/​GEOG/​HISTORY/​POLI SCI/​SOC  277 Africa: An Introductory Survey4
AFROAMER/​AFRICAN/​HISTORY/​POLI SCI  297 African and African-American Linkages: An Introduction4
AFROAMER 302 Undergraduate Studies in Afro-American History3
AFROAMER 303 Blacks, Film, and Society3
AFROAMER/​MUSIC  308 Black Music (1920-Present): Rhythm Section and Combos2
AFROAMER/​MUSIC  309 Black Music (1920-Present): Vocalist/Trombone/Misc Instrumental2
AFROAMER/​MUSIC  310 Black Music (1920-Present): The Trumpet2
AFROAMER/​MUSIC  311 Black Music (1920-Present): The Saxophone2
AFROAMER/​DANCE/​MUSIC  318 Cultural Cross Currents: West African Dance/Music in the Americas3
AFROAMER/​HISTORY  321 Afro-American History Since 19003-4
AFROAMER/​HISTORY  322 Afro-American History to 19003-4
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  323 Gender, Race and Class: Women in U.S. History3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  324 Black Women in America: Reconstruction to the Present3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  326 Race and Gender in Post-World War II U.S. Society3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  333 Black Feminisms3
AFROAMER 337 The Harlem Renaissance3
AFROAMER 338 The Black Arts Movement3
AFROAMER/​HISTORY  347 The Caribbean and its Diasporas3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  367 Art and Visual Culture: Women of the African Diaspora and Africa3
AFROAMER/​HISTORY  393 Slavery, Civil War, and Reconstruction, 1848-18773-4
AFROAMER/​MUSIC  400 Music Cultures of the World: Africa, Europe, the Americas3
AFROAMER/​AFRICAN  413 Contemporary African and Caribbean Drama3-4
AFROAMER/​ASIAN AM  443 Mutual Perceptions of Racial Minorities3
AFROAMER 456 Soul Music and the African American Freedom Movement3
AFROAMER 469 Interdisciplinary Studies in the Arts1-4
AFROAMER 501 19th Century Afro-American Literature3
AFROAMER/​MUSIC  509 Seminar in Afro-American Music History and Criticism3
AFROAMER/​POLI SCI  519 African American Political Theory3-4
AFROAMER/​HDFS/​SOC WORK  521 African American Families3
AFROAMER/​HIST SCI/​MED HIST  523 Race, American Medicine and Public Health3
AFROAMER 525 Major Authors3
AFROAMER/​ED POL  567 History of African American Education3
AFROAMER 605 Critical and Theoretical Issues in Afro-American Literature3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  624 African American Women's Activism (19th & 20th Centuries)3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  625 Gender, Race and the Civil Rights Movement3
AFROAMER/​HISTORY  628 History of the Civil Rights Movement in the United States3
AFROAMER 631 Colloquium in Afro-American History3
AFROAMER/​ART HIST  643 Selected Topics in African Diaspora Art History3
AFROAMER 669 Interdisciplinary Studies in the Arts1-4
AFROAMER 671 Selected Topics in Afro-American History3
AFROAMER/​ENGL  672 Selected Topics in Afro-American Literature3
AFROAMER 673 Selected Topics in Afro-American Society3
AFROAMER/​ART  674 Selected Topics on Afro-American Artists3
AFROAMER 675 Selected Topics in Afro-American Culture3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  677 Critical and Theoretical Perspectives in Black Women's Writings3
AFROAMER 678 Modern/Contemporary Art of Nigeria and the African Diaspora3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  679 Visual Culture, Gender and Critical Race Theory3
ANTHRO 300 Cultural Anthropology: Theory and Ethnography3
ANTHRO 327 Peoples of the Andes Today3
ANTHRO 330 Topics in Ethnology (SE Asia)3-4
ANTHRO 330 Topics in Ethnology (Anthropology of Foodways)3-4
ANTHRO 330 Topics in Ethnology (Brazil)3-4
ANTHRO 350 Political Anthropology3-4
ANTHRO 357 Introduction to the Anthropology of Japan3-4
ANTHRO 358 Anthropology of China3
ANTHRO 365 Medical Anthropology3
ANTHRO 369 Peoples and Cultures of Central and Eastern Europe3-4
ANTHRO/​LCA  462 Anthropology of South Asia3
ANTHRO 490 Undergraduate Seminar (Culture and Health in Africa)3
ANTHRO 606 Ethnicity, Nations, and Nationalism3-4
ANTHRO 677 Public Monuments and Symbols3
ART HIST 350 19th Century Painting in Europe3-4
ART HIST 351 20th Century Art in Europe3-4
ART HIST 354 Cross-Cultural Arts Around the Atlantic Rim: 1800 to the Present3-4
ART HIST 357 European Architecture: The Nineteenth Century3-4
ART HIST 358 European Architecture: The Modern Movements3-4
ART HIST 371 Chinese Painting3-4
ART HIST 372 Arts of Japan3-4
ART HIST 411 Topics in Asian Art (Modern & Contempor)3-4
ART HIST 454 Art in Germany, 1900-19453-4
ART HIST 479 Art and History in Africa3-4
ASIAN AM/​ENGL  270 A Survey of Asian American Literature3
ATM OCN 100 Weather and Climate3
ATM OCN 101 Weather and Climate4
ATM OCN/​ENVIR ST/​GEOG  121 Atmospheric Environment and Society2
ATM OCN/​ENVIR ST  171 Global Change: Atmospheric Issues and Problems2-3
ATM OCN/​ENVIR ST  520 Bioclimatology3
ATM OCN/​ENVIR ST/​GEOG  528 Past Climates and Climatic Change3
ATM OCN/​ENVIR ST  535 Atmospheric Dispersion and Air Pollution3
BOTANY 240 Plants and Humans3
C&E SOC/​SOC  245 Technology and Society3
C&E SOC/​ENVIR ST/​SOC  540 Sociology of International Development, Environment, and Sustainability3
C&E SOC/​SOC/​URB R PL  617 Community Development3
CHICLA/​HISTORY  462 The American West Since 18503-4
CHICLA/​SOC  470 Sociodemographic Analysis of Mexican Migration3
CHICLA 519 Transnational and Comparative Working-Class Cultures3-4
COM ARTS 346 Critical Internet Studies3
COM ARTS 350 Introduction to Film3
COM ARTS 352 Film History to 19603
COM ARTS 371 Communication and Conflict Resolution3
COM ARTS 372 Rhetoric of Campaigns and Revolutions3
COM ARTS/​RELIG ST  374 The Rhetoric of Religion3
COM ARTS 455 French Film3
COM ARTS 456 Russian and Soviet Film3
COM ARTS 458 Global Media Cultures3
COM ARTS/​ITALIAN  460 Italian Film3
COM ARTS 470 Contemporary Political Discourse3
COM ARTS 557 Contemporary Media Industries3
COM ARTS 577 Dynamics of Online Relationships3
COMP LIT 203 Introduction to Cross-Cultural Literary Forms3
COMP LIT 375 Literature and Related Disciplines3-4
COMP LIT 379 Literature and Ethnic Experience3-4
DS/​LAND ARC  639 Culture and Built Environment3
E A STDS/​E ASIAN  300 Humanities Topics in East Asian Studies (Intro to Korean Culture)1-3
E A STDS/​E ASIAN  300 Humanities Topics in East Asian Studies (Korean Culture)1-3
E A STDS/​E ASIAN  300 Humanities Topics in East Asian Studies (Survey of Tibetan Buddhism)1-3
E A STDS 301 Social Studies Topics in East Asian Studies (Two Koreas)1-3
E A STDS 301 Social Studies Topics in East Asian Studies (Korean)1-3
E ASIAN 253 Introduction to Japanese Culture and Civilization3
E ASIAN 352 Survey of Chinese Literature3
E ASIAN 354 Survey of Japanese Literature3
E ASIAN 520 Popular Culture and Film in Twentieth-Century China3
ECON 330 Money and Banking4
ECON 364 Survey of International Economics3-4
ECON 464 International Trade and Finance3-4
ECON/​HISTORY  466 The American Economy Since 18653-4
ECON 467 International Industrial Organizations3-4
ECON 475 Economics of Growth3-4
ECON/​A A E  567 Public Finance in Less Developed Countries3
ED POL 150 Education and Public Policy (Human Rights & Education)3
ED POL/​INTL ST  335 Globalization and Education3
ED POL 340 Comparative Education3
ED POL/​ANTHRO  570 Anthropology and Education3
ED POL/​HISTORY  622 History of Radical and Experimental Education in the US and UK3
ED POL 675 Introduction to Comparative and International Education3
ED POL/​CURRIC  677 Education, Health and Sexuality: Global Perspective and Policies3
ENGL/​LITTRANS  223 Vladimir Nabokov: Russian and American Writings3
ENGL 352 Modernist Poetry3
ENGL 353 British Literature since 19003
ENGL 453 Topic in British Literature and Culture since 19003
ENGL/​LCA  478 Indian Writers Abroad: Literature, Diaspora and Globalization3
ENGL/​THEATRE  575 British Drama, 1914 to Present3
ENVIR ST/​ILS  126 Principles of Environmental Science4
ENVIR ST/​GEOG  309 People, Land and Food: Comparative Study of Agriculture Systems3
ENVIR ST/​ATM OCN/​GEOG  332 Global Warming: Science and Impacts3
ENVIR ST/​A A E/​ECON  343 Environmental Economics3-4
ENVIR ST/​LAND ARC  361 Wetlands Ecology3
ENVIR ST/​BSE  367 Renewable Energy Systems3
ENVIR ST/​M&ENVTOX/​PL PATH  368 Environmental Law, Toxic Substances, and Conservation2
ENVIR ST/​N E  373 Nuclear Energy and the Environment3
ENVIR ST 401 Special Topics: Environmental Perspectives in the Physical Sciences (Sustainability Science)1-4
ENVIR ST 402 Special Topics: Social Perspectives in Environmental Studies (People,Environment)1-4
ENVIR ST/​ECON/​POLI SCI/​URB R PL  449 Government and Natural Resources3-4
ENVIR ST/​POP HLTH  471 Introduction to Environmental Health3
ENVIR ST/​POP HLTH  502 Air Pollution and Human Health3
ENVIR ST/​F&W ECOL  515 Natural Resources Policy3
ENVIR ST 539 Air Resources Science and Policy3
ENVIR ST/​SOIL SCI  575 Assessment of Environmental Impact3
ENVIR ST/​URB R PL  668 Green Politics: Global Experience, American Prospects3
ENVIR ST/​A A E/​ECON/​URB R PL  671 Energy Economics3
F&W ECOL 318 Principles of Wildlife Ecology3
F&W ECOL 410 Principles of Silviculture3
F&W ECOL 450 Communities and Forests3
F&W ECOL/​ENVIR ST/​HISTORY  452 World Forest History3
FOLKLORE/​AFRICAN  270 The Hero and Trickster in African Oral Traditions3
FOLKLORE/​LCA  279 Introduction to Turkish Folk Literature3
FOLKLORE/​ANTHRO  344 Anthropological Approaches to Folklore3
FOLKLORE 510 Folklore Theory3
FOLKLORE/​DS  512 Material Culture Analysis: The Arts and the Consumer Society3
FOLKLORE 560 Folklore in a Digital Age3
FRENCH 211 French Interdisciplinary Studies3
FRENCH 240 Immigration and Expression3
FRENCH/​INTL BUS  313 Professional Communication and Culture in the Francophone World3
FRENCH/​INTL BUS  314 Contemporary Issues in Government, Organizations, and Enterprise3
FRENCH 322 Introduction to Literature of Modernity3
FRENCH 325 Visual Culture in French/Francophone Studies3
FRENCH 348 Modernity Studies3
FRENCH 433 Readings in Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Literature3
FRENCH 449 Francophone Modernity Studies3
FRENCH 462 French/Francophone Cultural Studies Across the Centuries3
FRENCH 465 French/Francophone Film3
FRENCH 467 Aspects of Contemporary French Literature3
FRENCH 472 French/Francophone Literature and Women3
FRENCH 595 Theory and Practice of French/Francophone Drama4
GEN&WS/​ENGL  250 Women in Literature3
GEN&WS 310 Special Topics in Gender, Women and the Humanities (Queer Film)1-3
GEN&WS 310 Special Topics in Gender, Women and the Humanities (Virginia Woolf)1-3
GEN&WS 320 Special Topics in Gender, Women and Society (Women and Change in Africa)1-3
GEN&WS/​AFROAMER  367 Art and Visual Culture: Women of the African Diaspora and Africa3
GEN&WS 420 Women in Cross-Societal Perspective3
GEN&WS 424 Women's International Human Rights3
GEN&WS 426 Women and Grassroots Politics Across the Globe3
GEN&WS/​HISTORY/​LCA  472 Women in Turkish Society3
GEN&WS/​URB R PL  644 International Development and Gender3
GEOG 101 Introduction to Human Geography4
GEOG/​ENVIR ST  120 Introduction to the Earth System3
GEOG/​ENVIR ST  127 Physical Systems of the Environment5
GEOG/​ENVIR ST  139 Living in the Global Environment: An Introduction to People-Environment Geography3-4
GEOG 301 Geography of Social Organization3
GEOG/​URB R PL  305 Introduction to the City3-4
GEOG 318 Introduction to Geopolitics3
GEOG 319 Environmental Evaluation and Adaptation3
GEOG 321 Climatology3
GEOG/​ATM OCN/​ENVIR ST/​GEOSCI  335 Climatic Environments of the Past3
GEOG/​BOTANY  338 Environmental Biogeography3
GEOG/​ENVIR ST  339 Environmental Conservation4
GEOG 340 World Regions in Global Context3
GEOG 349 Europe3
GEOG 355 Africa, South of the Sahara3
GEOG 358 Human Geography of Southeast Asia3
GEOG/​C&E SOC/​ENVIR ST  434 People, Wildlife and Landscapes3
GEOG/​ENVIR ST/​HISTORY  460 American Environmental History4
GEOG 475 Topics in Geography1-4
GEOG/​URB R PL  506 Historical Geography of European Urbanization3
GEOG 510 Economic Geography4
GEOG/​ENVIR ST  534 Environmental Governance: Markets, States and Nature3
GEOG/​ENVIR ST  537 Culture and Environment4
GEOG 538 The Humid Tropics: Ecology, Subsistence, and Development4
GEOG/​ENVIR ST  557 Development and Environment in Southeast Asia3
GEOSCI/​ATM OCN  105 Survey of Oceanography3-4
GEOSCI/​ENVIR ST  106 Environmental Geology3
GEOSCI/​ENVIR ST  410 Minerals as a Public Problem3
GEOSCI/​ENVIR ST  411 Energy Resources3
GERMAN 245 Topics in Dutch Life and Culture (Dutch Tolerance)3
GERMAN 245 Topics in Dutch Life and Culture (Low Lands or High Water)3
GERMAN 278 Topics in German Culture (Kafka and Kafkaesque)3
GERMAN 278 Topics in German Culture (Culture in 20th Century)3
GERMAN 305 Literatur des 20. und 21. Jahrhunderts3-4
GERMAN 325 Topics in Dutch Literature (Bezetting, Holocaust)3
GERMAN 325 Topics in Dutch Literature (lit:reizen,migratie)3
GERMAN 362 Topics in German Literature (Musik)3-4
GERMAN 362 Topics in German Literature (Migration in deutscher)3-4
GERMAN 372 Topics in German Culture (Deutschsprachige Lieder)3-4
GERMAN 372 Topics in German Culture (Oesterreich)3-4
GERMAN 372 Topics in German Culture (Deutscher Film)3-4
GERMAN 372 Topics in German Culture (Green Germany)3-4
GERMAN 372 Topics in German Culture (China-German Point of View)3-4
GERMAN 411 Kultur des 20. Jahrhunderts3-4
GERMAN 445 Topics in Dutch Culture (Lage landen of hoog water?)3-4
GERMAN/​JEWISH  510 German-Jewish Culture Since the 18th Century3
GERMAN/​COM ARTS  655 German Film3
HIST SCI 337 History of Technology3
HIST SCI 339 Technology and Its Critics Since World War II3
HIST SCI/​ENVIR ST  353 History of Ecology3
HIST SCI/​HISTORY/​MED HIST  508 Health, Disease and Healing II3-4
HIST SCI/​ENVIR ST/​MED HIST  513 Environment and Health in Global Perspective3
HIST SCI/​MED HIST/​POP HLTH  553 International Health and Global Society3
HISTORY 201 The Historian's Craft (various)3-4
HISTORY 221 Explorations in American History (H) (US-Latin Amer Relations)3-4
HISTORY 223 Explorations in European History (H) (Commodity Culture in Europe)3-4
HISTORY 223 Explorations in European History (H) (Wars of Religion Since 1914)3-4
HISTORY 229 Explorations in Transnational/Comparative History (Humanities) (South Asians in Diaspora)3
HISTORY 229 Explorations in Transnational/Comparative History (Humanities) (Pan-Asianism)3
HISTORY 241 Latin America from 1780 to 19404
HISTORY 242 Modern Latin America, 1898 to the Present4
HISTORY/​GEOG/​LCA/​POLI SCI/​SOC  244 Introduction to Southeast Asia: Vietnam to the Philippines4
HISTORY/​ASIAN AM/​LCA  246 Southeast Asian Refugees of the "Cold" War4
HISTORY 319 The Vietnam Wars3-4
HISTORY 335 Korean History, 1945 to present3-4
HISTORY/​AFROAMER  347 The Caribbean and its Diasporas3
HISTORY 357 The Second World War3-4
HISTORY/​GEN&WS  392 Women in History3-4
HISTORY 403 Immigration and Assimilation in American History3-4
HISTORY 418 History of Russia3-4
HISTORY 419 History of Soviet Russia3-4
HISTORY 420 Russian Social and Intellectual History3-4
HISTORY/​LEGAL ST  426 The History of Punishment3-4
HISTORY 434 American Foreign Relations, 1901 to the Present3-4
HISTORY 441 Revolution and Conflict in Modern Latin America3-4
HISTORY/​E A STDS  454 Samurai: History and Image3-4
HISTORY/​LCA  458 History of Southeast Asia Since 18003-4
HISTORY 475 European Social History, 1914-Present3-4
HISTORY 503 Irish and Scottish Migrations3
HISTORY 514 European Cultural History Since 18703-4
HISTORY 533 Multi-Racial Societies in Latin America3-4
HISTORY 607 The American Impact Abroad: The Historical Dimension3
HORT 370 World Vegetable Crops3
ILS 371 Interdisciplinary Studies in the Arts and Humanities (Tocqueville Democracy)3
INTL BUS 200 International Business3
INTL BUS/​GEN BUS  320 Intercultural Communication in Business3
INTL BUS/​A A E/​ECON  462 Latin American Economic Development3
INTL BUS 365 Contemporary Topics (International Perspectives)1-3
INTL ST 322 Washington DC Semester in International Affairs Internship Seminar4
INTL ST/​POLI SCI  325 Social Movements and Revolutions in Latin America3-4
INTL ST/​POLI SCI  327 Indian Politics in Comparative Perspective3
INTL ST/​ED POL  335 Globalization and Education3
INTL ST/​A A E  373 Globalization, Poverty and Development3
INTL ST/​A A E  374 The Growth and Development of Nations in the Global Economy3
INTL ST 401 Topics in Global Security3-4
INTL ST 402 Topics in Politics and Policy in the Global Economy3-4
INTL ST 403 Topics in Culture in the Age of Globalization3-4
INTL ST 404 Topics in Global Environment3-4
INTL ST/​POLI SCI  423 Social Mobilization in Latin America3
INTL ST/​POLI SCI  431 Contentious Politics3-4
INTL ST/​POLI SCI  434 The Politics of Human Rights3-4
INTL ST/​POLI SCI  436 Political Inequality: Measures, Causes, Effects and Remedies3
INTL ST/​POLI SCI  439 The Comparative Study of Genocide3-4
INTL ST 501 Study Abroad Topics in Global Security1-6
INTL ST 502 Study Abroad Topics in Politics and Policy in the Global Economy1-6
INTL ST 503 Study Abroad Topics in Culture in the Age of Globalization1-6
INTL ST 504 Study Abroad Topics in Global Environment1-6
INTL ST 520 Study Abroad Topics in International Studies1-6
INTL ST/​GEN&WS  535 Women's Global Health and Human Rights3
INTL ST 601 Topics in Global Security1-4
INTL ST 602 Topics in Politics and Policy in the Global Economy1-4
INTL ST 603 Topics in Culture in the Age of Globalization1-4
INTL ST 604 Topics in Global Environment1-4
INTL ST 620 Topics in International Studies1-4
INTL ST 622 Washington DC Sem in International Affairs Seminar4
ITALIAN 230 Modern Italian Culture3
ITALIAN 322 Introduction to Italian Literature3
ITALIAN 450 Special Topics in Italian Literature (Modern Italian Drama)3
ITALIAN 452 Special Topics in Italian Studies: Culture, Film, Language (Culture)3
ITALIAN 452 Special Topics in Italian Studies: Culture, Film, Language (Political Fictn/Film in Italy)3
ITALIAN/​COM ARTS  460 Italian Film3
ITALIAN 637 La Poesia del Novecento3
JEWISH/​SOC  258 The Jews, States, and Citizenship: A Sociological Perspective3
JEWISH/​LITTRANS  367 Israeli Fiction in Translation3-4
JEWISH/​ANTHRO/​RELIG ST  372 Jews of Central and Eastern Europe3-4
JEWISH/​HISTORY  416 Eastern European Jews in the United States, 1880s-1930s3-4
JEWISH/​PHILOS  442 Moral Philosophy and the Holocaust3
JEWISH/​CURRIC/​HISTORY  515 Holocaust: History, Memory and Education3
JEWISH/​ENGL  539 Jewish Literatures in Diaspora3
JEWISH 625 The Holocaust: Facts, Trials, Verdicts, Post-Verdicts3
JEWISH/​POLI SCI  665 Israeli Politics and Society3-4
JOURN/​COM ARTS/​LSC  617 Health Communication in the Information Age3
JOURN 618 Mass Communication and Political Behavior4
JOURN 620 International Communication4
JOURN 621 Mass Communication in Developing Nations4
L I S 201 The Information Society4
L I S 661 Information Ethics and Policy3
LACIS 440 Topics in Latin American, Caribbean, and Iberian Studies (Labor in the Americas)1-4
LCA 300 Topics in Languages and Cultures of Asia (Sexuality in South Asia)3
LCA 300 Topics in Languages and Cultures of Asia (Indian Traditions Modern Age)3
LCA 311 Modern Indian Literatures3
LCA/​RELIG ST  357 Literatures of Muslim Societies3
LCA 361 Survey of Indonesian Cultures3
LCA/​RELIG ST  402 Thought of Gandhi3
LCA 403 Southeast Asian Literature3
LCA/​ART HIST  428 Visual Cultures of South Asia3
LCA 441 Language and Society in Southeast Asia3
LCA/​HISTORY  450 Making of Modern South Asia3-4
LCA/​HISTORY  458 History of Southeast Asia Since 18003-4
LCA 579 Fiction and Ethnography in Turkey3
LCA/​ART HIST  621 Mapping, Making, and Representing Colonial Spaces3
LCA 630 Proseminar: Studies in Cultures of Asia (Everyday: Lives, Spaces)3
LCA LANG 617 Thai Poetry3
LCA LANG 618 Thai Prose Literature: The Short Story3
LCA LANG 654 Advanced Readings in Hindi Literature3
LCA LANG 677 Advanced Readings in Tibetan3
LEGAL ST 409 Human Rights in Law and Society3
LEGAL ST/​L I S  663 Introduction to Cyberlaw3
LINGUIS/​ANTHRO/​LCA  430 Language and Culture3-4
LITTRANS 203 Survey of 19th and 20th Century Russian Literature in Translation I4
LITTRANS 204 Survey of 19th and 20th Century Russian Literature in Translation II4
LITTRANS/​GEN&WS  205 Women in Russian Literature in Translation3-4
LITTRANS 211 Modern Indian Literatures in Traslation3
LITTRANS 214 Literatures of Central Asia in Translation3
LITTRANS 220 Chekhov in Translation3-4
LITTRANS 222 Dostoevsky in Translation3-4
LITTRANS 224 Tolstoy in Translation3-4
LITTRANS 226 Introduction to Luso-Afro-Brazilian Literature3
LITTRANS 234 Soviet Life and Culture Through Literature and Art (from 1917)3-4
LITTRANS 240 Soviet Literature in Translation3-4
LITTRANS 247 Topics in Slavic Literatures in Translation (Representing Holocaust)3
LITTRANS 247 Topics in Slavic Literatures in Translation (Russia & Jews)3
LITTRANS 254 In Translation: Lit of Modern Italy-Existentialism, Fascism, Resistance3
LITTRANS/​RELIG ST  257 Literatures of Muslim Societies in Translation3
LITTRANS/​GEN&WS  270 German Women Writers in Translation3
LITTRANS 273 Urdu Prose Fiction in India and Pakistan in Translation3
LITTRANS 274 In Translation: Masterpieces of Scandinavian Literature-the 20th Century3-4
LITTRANS 277 Topics in Twentieth-Century German Literature (in Translation) (German Lit)3
LITTRANS 301 Modern Indonesian Literature in Translation3
LITTRANS 304 Southeast Asian Literature in Translation3
LITTRANS 326 Topics in Dutch Literature in Translation (Dutch Lit: Travel & Migration)3
LITTRANS 331 In Translation: Scandinavian Topics in Depth1-2
LITTRANS 334 In Translation: The Art of Isak Dinesen/Karen Blixen3-4
LITTRANS 338 In Translation: Knut Hamsun and the 20th Century Norwegian Novel3-4
LITTRANS 343 In Translation: The Woman in Scandinavian Literature3-4
LITTRANS/​THEATRE  349 In Translation: Modern Scandinavian Drama4
LITTRANS 368 Modern Japanese Fiction3
LITTRANS 373 Topics in Japanese Literature (Evangelion)3
LITTRANS 373 Topics in Japanese Literature (Japanese Ghost Stories)3
LITTRANS 373 Topics in Japanese Literature (Writing the Environment)3
LITTRANS 455 Modern Serbian and Croatian Literature in Translation3
LITTRANS 473 Polish Literature (in Translation) since 18633
MARKETNG/​INTL BUS  420 Global Marketing Strategy3
MED HIST 526 Medical Technology and the Body3
MED HIST/​HIST SCI  668 Topics in History of Medicine (Health, Disease & Medicine)3
MUSIC/​AFROAMER  400 Music Cultures of the World: Africa, Europe, the Americas3
MUSIC/​FOLKLORE  401 Musical Cultures of the World3
MUSIC/​FOLKLORE  402 Musical Cultures of the World3
MUSIC/​FOLKLORE  404 Music of S.E. Asia: Tradition, Innovation, Politics, and Religion3
MUSIC 416 Survey of Music in the Twentieth Century3
NUTR SCI/​AGRONOMY/​ENTOM  203 Introduction to Global Health3
PHILOS/​ENVIR ST  441 Environmental Ethics3-4
PHILOS 555 Political Philosophy3
PHILOS 557 Issues in Social Philosophy3
PHYSICS/​ENVIR ST  472 Scientific Background to Global Environmental Problems3
POLI SCI 266 The Development of Modern Western Political Thought3-4
POLI SCI 313 Bargaining in the Global Economy3-4
POLI SCI/​INTL ST  325 Social Movements and Revolutions in Latin America3-4
POLI SCI/​INTL ST  327 Indian Politics in Comparative Perspective3
POLI SCI 333 International Politics of the Middle East3-4
POLI SCI 340 The European Union: Politics and Political Economy3-4
POLI SCI 346 China in World Politics3-4
POLI SCI 347 Terrorism3
POLI SCI 350 International Political Economy3-4
POLI SCI 351 Politics of the World Economy3-4
POLI SCI 353 The Third World in the International System3-4
POLI SCI 354 International Institutions and World Order3-4
POLI SCI 356 Principles of International Law3-4
POLI SCI 359 American Foreign Policy3-4
POLI SCI 363 Literature and Politics3-4
POLI SCI 377 Nuclear Weapons and World Politics3-4
POLI SCI 390 Study Abroad Topics in Political Science: International Relations1-4
POLI SCI 401 Selected Topics in Political Science (Global Governance)3-4
POLI SCI 421 The Challenge of Democratization3-4
POLI SCI/​INTL ST  431 Contentious Politics3-4
POLI SCI 432 Comparative Legal Institutions3-4
POLI SCI/​INTL ST  434 The Politics of Human Rights3-4
POLI SCI 438 Comparative Political Culture3-4
POLI SCI 460 Topics in Political Philosophy ((Economic Inequality))3-4
POLI SCI 534 Socialism and Transitions to the Market3-4
POLI SCI 561 Radical Political Theory3-4
POLI SCI 601 Proseminar: Topics in Political Science (Post-Conflict)3
POLI SCI 637 Comparative Political Economy3-4
POLI SCI 652 The Politics of Development3-4
POLI SCI 654 Politics of Revolution3-4
POLI SCI/​JEWISH  665 Israeli Politics and Society3-4
POLI SCI 690 Study Abroad Topics in Political Science: Comparative Politics (Political Economy)1-4
PORTUG/​GEN&WS  450 Brazillian Women Writers3
PORTUG 467 Survey of Portuguese Literature since 18253
PORTUG 640 Topics in Luso-Brazilian Literature (LusoAfroBrazilian Studies)3
POP HLTH 370 Introduction to Public Health: Local to Global Perspectives3
PSYCH 428 Introduction to Cultural Psychology3-4
RELIG ST/​ANTHRO  343 Anthropology of Religion3-4
RELIG ST/​HISTORY  379 Islam in Iran3
RELIG ST 400 Topics in Religious Studies - Humanities (Indian Traditions Modern Age)3-4
RELIG ST 400 Topics in Religious Studies - Humanities (Belief & Unbelief)3-4
RELIG ST/​HISTORY/​LCA  547 Religion, Colonialism & Modernity in Southeast Asia3
RELIG ST/​POLI SCI  618 Political Islam3-4
SCAND ST 251 Readings in Norwegian Literature3-4
SCAND ST 261 Readings in Swedish Literature3-4
SCAND ST 271 Readings in Danish Literature3-4
SCAND ST 374 Masterpieces of Scandinavian Literature: the Twentieth Century3-4
SCAND ST 420 The Woman in Scandinavian Literature4
SCAND ST 425 Knut Hamsun and the 20th Century Norwegian Novel4
SCAND ST 427 Contemporary Scandinavian Literature4
SCAND ST/​HISTORY  432 History of Scandinavia Since 18153
SCAND ST 434 The Art of Isak Dinesen/Karen Blixen4
SCAND ST 437 Modern Scandinavian Drama4
SCAND ST/​FOLKLORE  443 Sami Culture, Yesterday and Today4
SCAND ST 466 Greenland - Past, Present, and Future3
SCAND ST 476 Scandinavian Life and Civilization II4
SCAND ST 635 Survey of Scandinavian Literature: 1800-18903
SLAVIC 242 Literatures and Cultures of Eastern Europe3
SLAVIC 302 Zarys historii literatury polskiej3
SLAVIC 321 Fourth Year Russian I4
SLAVIC 322 Fourth Year Russian II4
SLAVIC/​RELIG ST  325 Eastern Christianity/Russian Orthodoxy in a Global Context3
SLAVIC 405 Women in Russian Literature3-4
SLAVIC 420 Chekhov3-4
SLAVIC 434 Contemporary Russian Culture3
SLAVIC 439 Russia Today in Literature and Film4
SLAVIC 440 Soviet Literature3-4
SLAVIC 449 Istorija srpske i hrvatske literature3
SLAVIC 454 Moderna srpska i hrvatska literatura3
SLAVIC 472 Historia literatury polskiej po roku 18633
SOC 170 Population Problems3-4
SOC 225 Contemporary Chinese Society3
SOC/​C&E SOC/​F&W ECOL  248 Environment, Natural Resources, and Society3
SOC/​C&E SOC/​POP HLTH  380 Contemporary Population Problems for Honors3
SOC 496 Topics in Sociology (Intercultural Dialogues)1-3
SOC 496 Topics in Sociology (The Soviet Jewish Experience)1-3
SOC/​C&E SOC  541 Environmental Stewardship and Social Justice3
SOC/​LCA/​RELIG ST  614 Social Structures of Muslim Societies3
SOC 620 Comparative Racial Inequality3
SOC/​C&E SOC  623 Gender, Society, and Politics3
SOC 626 Social Movements3
SOC/​C&E SOC  630 Sociology of Developing Societies/Third World3
SOC 632 Sociology of Organizations3-4
SOC 633 Social Stratification3
SOC/​LCA/​RELIG ST  634 Social Structure of India3
SOC 640 Sociology of the Family3
SOC 646 Race and Ethnic Relations3
SOC/​ED POL  648 Sociology of Education3
SOC/​C&E SOC  649 Sociology of Work and Employment3
SOC/​C&E SOC  652 Sociology of Economic Institutions3
SOC/​C&E SOC  655 Microfoundations of Economic Sociology3
SOC/​ECON  663 Population and Society3
SOIL SCI/​ATM OCN  132 Earth's Water: Natural Science and Human Use3
SOIL SCI/​ENVIR ST/​GEOG  230 Soil: Ecosystem and Resource3
SOIL SCI/​ENVIR ST  324 Soils and Environmental Quality3
SPANISH 324 Survey of Modern Spanish Literature3
SPANISH 326 Survey of Spanish American Literature3
SPANISH/​INTL BUS  329 Spanish for Business3
SPANISH 361 Spanish Civilization3
SPANISH 363 Spanish American Civilization3
SPANISH 453 Literature of the Twentieth Century3
SPANISH/​CHICLA  459 Mexico in the Chicano and Chicana Literary Imagination3
SPANISH 460 Literatura Hispanoamericana (Latin American Neo-Vanguards)3
SPANISH 461 The Spanish American Short Story3
SPANISH 462 Spanish American Theater and Drama3
SPANISH 463 The Spanish American Novel3
SPANISH 464 Spanish American Poetry and Essay3
SPANISH 465 Literature and Film in Spanish America3
SPANISH 468 Topics in Hispanic Culture (Documentary Film)3
SPANISH 468 Topics in Hispanic Culture (Minds and Machines)3
SPANISH 468 Topics in Hispanic Culture (Anthropocene:Cult,Econ,Enviro)3
THEATRE 327 History of Costume for the Stage3
THEATRE 351 Fundamentals of Asian Stage Discipline3
THEATRE 420 Theatre and Society3
THEATRE 424 Contemporary World Theatre and Dramatic Literature3
THEATRE 522 Experimental Drama: The Theatre of Europe 1850-the Present3
THEATRE 526 The Theatres of China and Japan3
THEATRE/​SLAVIC  532 History of Russian Theatre3
THEATRE/​ENGL  577 Postcolonial Theatre: Drama, Theory and Performance in the Global South3
URB R PL/​ECON/​REAL EST  641 Housing Economics and Policy3
ZOOLOGY/​BOTANY/​ENVIR ST  260 Introductory Ecology3
ZOOLOGY/​ENVIR ST  315 Limnology-Conservation of Aquatic Resources2
ZOOLOGY 316 Laboratory for Limnology-Conservation of Aquatic Resources2-3
ZOOLOGY/​ENVIR ST/​F&W ECOL  360 Extinction of Species3
ZOOLOGY/​AN SCI/​F&W ECOL  520 Ornithology3
ZOOLOGY 611 Comparative and Evolutionary Physiology3
ZOOLOGY/​BOTANY/​ENVIR ST/​F&W ECOL  651 Conservation Biology3

Global Security

In this option, majors explore conditions that challenge the ability of people and societies to survive. Students consider the causes of and solutions to political crises and violent conflicts in interstate, transnational, and domestic settings. Using historical and regional approaches, students develop a better understanding of the dilemmas the state and the global community face when confronted by threats to human rights, peace, and stability.

Global Security Core

Two courses from:

ANTHRO 606 Ethnicity, Nations, and Nationalism3-4
HIST SCI/​MED HIST/​POP HLTH  553 International Health and Global Society3
HISTORY/​LEGAL ST  426 The History of Punishment3-4
HISTORY 434 American Foreign Relations, 1901 to the Present3-4
INTL ST 401 Topics in Global Security3-4
INTL ST/​POLI SCI  431 Contentious Politics3-4
INTL ST 501 Study Abroad Topics in Global Security1-6
INTL ST 601 Topics in Global Security1-4
LCA/​ART HIST  621 Mapping, Making, and Representing Colonial Spaces3
PHILOS 555 Political Philosophy3
PHILOS 557 Issues in Social Philosophy3
POLI SCI 343 Theories of International Security3-4
POLI SCI 353 The Third World in the International System3-4
POLI SCI 354 International Institutions and World Order3-4
POLI SCI 359 American Foreign Policy3-4
POLI SCI 377 Nuclear Weapons and World Politics3-4
POLI SCI 421 The Challenge of Democratization3-4
POLI SCI/​INTL ST  439 The Comparative Study of Genocide3-4
POLI SCI 508 American National Security: Policy and Process3-4
POLI SCI 654 Politics of Revolution3-4
SOC 626 Social Movements3

Global Security Issues

15 credits from:

A A E/​ENVIR ST  244 The Environment and the Global Economy3
A A E/​AGRONOMY/​INTER-AG/​NUTR SCI  350 World Hunger and Malnutrition3
A A E/​ECON  473 Economic Growth and Development in Southeast Asia3
A A E/​ECON  477 Agricultural and Economic Development in Africa3
ANTHRO 330 Topics in Ethnology3-4
ANTHRO 365 Medical Anthropology3
ANTHRO 490 Undergraduate Seminar (Culture and Health in Africa)3
ANTHRO 606 Ethnicity, Nations, and Nationalism3-4
C&E SOC/​ENVIR ST/​SOC  540 Sociology of International Development, Environment, and Sustainability3
CHICLA/​HISTORY  462 The American West Since 18503-4
CHICLA/​SOC  470 Sociodemographic Analysis of Mexican Migration3
COM ARTS 310 Topics in Rhetoric and Communication Science (Intercultural Comm & Rhetoric)3
COM ARTS 371 Communication and Conflict Resolution3
COM ARTS 372 Rhetoric of Campaigns and Revolutions3
COM ARTS/​RELIG ST  374 The Rhetoric of Religion3
COM ARTS 470 Contemporary Political Discourse3
COM ARTS 573 Rhetoric of Globalization and Transnationalism3
E A STDS 301 Social Studies Topics in East Asian Studies (Two Koreas)1-3
ECON 467 International Industrial Organizations3-4
ED POL 150 Education and Public Policy (Human Rights & Education)3
ED POL 340 Comparative Education3
ENVIR ST/​GEOG  309 People, Land and Food: Comparative Study of Agriculture Systems3
ENVIR ST/​ATM OCN/​GEOG  332 Global Warming: Science and Impacts3
ENVIR ST/​POP HLTH  560 Health Impact Assessment of Global Environmental Change3
ENVIR ST/​F&W ECOL  515 Natural Resources Policy3
ENVIR ST/​SOIL SCI  575 Assessment of Environmental Impact3
ENVIR ST/​A A E/​ECON/​URB R PL  671 Energy Economics3
F&W ECOL/​ENVIR ST/​HISTORY  452 World Forest History3
GEN&WS 320 Special Topics in Gender, Women and Society (Women and Change in Africa)1-3
GEN&WS 424 Women's International Human Rights3
GEN&WS/​POLI SCI  429 Gender and Politics in Comparative Perspective3-4
GEOG/​ENVIR ST  139 Living in the Global Environment: An Introduction to People-Environment Geography3-4
GEOG 318 Introduction to Geopolitics3
GEOG/​ENVIR ST  339 Environmental Conservation4
GEOG 340 World Regions in Global Context3
GEOG 349 Europe3
GEOG 355 Africa, South of the Sahara3
GEOG 358 Human Geography of Southeast Asia3
GEOG/​URB R PL  506 Historical Geography of European Urbanization3
GEOSCI/​ENVIR ST  411 Energy Resources3
HIST SCI 337 History of Technology3
HIST SCI 339 Technology and Its Critics Since World War II3
HIST SCI/​ENVIR ST  353 History of Ecology3
HIST SCI/​HISTORY/​MED HIST  508 Health, Disease and Healing II3-4
HIST SCI/​MED HIST/​POP HLTH  553 International Health and Global Society3
HISTORY 201 The Historian's Craft (The Catholic Church)3-4
HISTORY 201 The Historian's Craft (WWII Eastern Europe)3-4
HISTORY 201 The Historian's Craft (Dems & Dictators in Spain & Italy)3-4
HISTORY 201 The Historian's Craft (Shanghai)3-4
HISTORY 201 The Historian's Craft (How do Empires End?)3-4
HISTORY 221 Explorations in American History (H) (US-Latin Amer Relations)3-4
HISTORY 223 Explorations in European History (H) (Commodity Culture in Europe)3-4
HISTORY 223 Explorations in European History (H) (Wars of Religion Since 1914)3-4
HISTORY 223 Explorations in European History (H) (War, Religion, & Race)3-4
HISTORY/​ASIAN AM/​LCA  246 Southeast Asian Refugees of the "Cold" War4
HISTORY 319 The Vietnam Wars3-4
HISTORY 335 Korean History, 1945 to present3-4
HISTORY/​AFROAMER  347 The Caribbean and its Diasporas3
HISTORY 357 The Second World War3-4
HISTORY 418 History of Russia3-4
HISTORY 419 History of Soviet Russia3-4
HISTORY/​LEGAL ST  426 The History of Punishment3-4
HISTORY 434 American Foreign Relations, 1901 to the Present3-4
HISTORY 441 Revolution and Conflict in Modern Latin America3-4
HISTORY/​E A STDS  456 Pearl Harbor & Hiroshima: Japan, the US & The Crisis in Asia3-4
HISTORY/​LCA  458 History of Southeast Asia Since 18003-4
HISTORY 607 The American Impact Abroad: The Historical Dimension3
ILS 371 Interdisciplinary Studies in the Arts and Humanities (Political Economy & Liberal)3
INTL BUS/​A A E/​ECON  462 Latin American Economic Development3
INTL ST 322 Washington DC Semester in International Affairs Internship Seminar4
INTL ST/​ED POL  335 Globalization and Education3
INTL ST 401 Topics in Global Security3-4
INTL ST/​POLI SCI  431 Contentious Politics3-4
INTL ST 501 Study Abroad Topics in Global Security1-6
INTL ST/​GEN&WS  535 Women's Global Health and Human Rights3
INTL ST 601 Topics in Global Security1-4
INTL ST 622 Washington DC Sem in International Affairs Seminar4
JOURN/​COM ARTS/​LSC  617 Health Communication in the Information Age3
JOURN 618 Mass Communication and Political Behavior4
JOURN 621 Mass Communication in Developing Nations4
LCA 300 Topics in Languages and Cultures of Asia (Gender and Sexuality in)3
LCA/​HISTORY  450 Making of Modern South Asia3-4
LCA/​HISTORY  458 History of Southeast Asia Since 18003-4
LEGAL ST 409 Human Rights in Law and Society3
LEGAL ST/​L I S  663 Introduction to Cyberlaw3
LITTRANS 247 Topics in Slavic Literatures in Translation (Representing Holocaust)3
LITTRANS 326 Topics in Dutch Literature in Translation (Occupation, Holocaust. )3
MED HIST 526 Medical Technology and the Body3
MED HIST/​HIST SCI  668 Topics in History of Medicine (Health, Disease & Medicine)3
PHILOS/​ENVIR ST  441 Environmental Ethics3-4
PHILOS 555 Political Philosophy3
PHILOS 557 Issues in Social Philosophy3
POLI SCI 266 The Development of Modern Western Political Thought3-4
POLI SCI 333 International Politics of the Middle East3-4
POLI SCI 334 Russian Politics3-4
POLI SCI 340 The European Union: Politics and Political Economy3-4
POLI SCI 343 Theories of International Security3-4
POLI SCI 345 Conflict Resolution3-4
POLI SCI 346 China in World Politics3-4
POLI SCI 347 Terrorism3
POLI SCI 348 Analysis of International Relations3-4
POLI SCI 353 The Third World in the International System3-4
POLI SCI 354 International Institutions and World Order3-4
POLI SCI 356 Principles of International Law3-4
POLI SCI 359 American Foreign Policy3-4
POLI SCI 377 Nuclear Weapons and World Politics3-4
POLI SCI 401 Selected Topics in Political Science (Global Governance)3-4
POLI SCI 401 Selected Topics in Political Science (Nationalism & Ethnic Conflict)3-4
POLI SCI 421 The Challenge of Democratization3-4
POLI SCI 432 Comparative Legal Institutions3-4
POLI SCI 438 Comparative Political Culture3-4
POLI SCI/​INTL ST  439 The Comparative Study of Genocide3-4
POLI SCI 455 African International Relations3-4
POLI SCI 508 American National Security: Policy and Process3-4
POLI SCI 529 Arab-Israeli Conflict3-4
POLI SCI 561 Radical Political Theory3-4
POLI SCI 601 Proseminar: Topics in Political Science (Post-Conflict)3
POLI SCI 637 Comparative Political Economy3-4
POLI SCI 654 Politics of Revolution3-4
POLI SCI/​JEWISH  665 Israeli Politics and Society3-4
POLI SCI 690 Study Abroad Topics in Political Science: Comparative Politics (Political Economy)1-4
POP HLTH 370 Introduction to Public Health: Local to Global Perspectives3
RELIG ST/​POLI SCI  618 Political Islam3-4
SOC 225 Contemporary Chinese Society3
SOC/​C&E SOC/​F&W ECOL  248 Environment, Natural Resources, and Society3
SOC/​C&E SOC/​POP HLTH  380 Contemporary Population Problems for Honors3
SOC 620 Comparative Racial Inequality3
SOC 626 Social Movements3
SOC/​ECON  663 Population and Society3

Electives

Students typically take three or four elective courses in the major. These courses can come from Issues lists for different options or they can be additional Issues classes within their own option. Students must take enough elective credits to attain the required 35 total credits in the major. Choose from:

A A E/​ENVIR ST  244 The Environment and the Global Economy3
A A E 319 The International Agricultural Economy3
A A E/​AGRONOMY/​INTER-AG/​NUTR SCI  350 World Hunger and Malnutrition3
A A E/​ECON  421 Economic Decision Analysis4
A A E/​ECON  473 Economic Growth and Development in Southeast Asia3
A A E/​ECON  474 Economic Problems of Developing Areas3
A A E/​ECON  477 Agricultural and Economic Development in Africa3
A A E/​ECON/​F&W ECOL  531 Natural Resource Economics3
A A E/​M H R  540 Intellectual Property Rights, Innovation and Technology3
A A E/​CIV ENGR/​ENVIR ST/​URB R PL  561 Energy Markets3
AFRICAN 230 Introduction to Yoruba Life and Culture3
AFRICAN/​AFROAMER/​HISTORY/​POLI SCI  297 African and African-American Linkages: An Introduction4
AFRICAN 300 African Literature in Translation3
AFRICAN 303 African Literature and Visual Culture3
AFRICAN/​LCA/​RELIG ST  370 Islam: Religion and Culture3-4
AFRICAN 405 Topics in African Cultural Studies (The Problem of Whiteness)3
AFRICAN 412 Contemporary African Fiction3-4
AFRICAN/​AFROAMER  413 Contemporary African and Caribbean Drama3-4
AFRICAN/​FOLKLORE  411 African Poetry3-4
AFRICAN/​FRENCH  440 African/Francophone Film3
AFRICAN/​PORTUG  451 Lusophone African Literature3
AFRICAN 453 Modern African Literature in English3-4
AFRICAN/​FOLKLORE  471 Oral Traditions and the Written Word3-4
AFRICAN 500 Language and Society in Africa3-4
AFRICAN 609 Advanced Topics in Global Black Music Studies3
AFROAMER/​ART HIST  241 Introduction to African Art and Architecture3
AFROAMER/​ART HIST  242 Introduction to Afro-American Art3
AFROAMER/​ANTHRO/​C&E SOC/​GEOG/​HISTORY/​LACIS/​POLI SCI/​SOC/​SPANISH  260 Latin America: An Introduction3-4
AFROAMER 265 African-American Autobiography3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  267 Artistic/Cultural Images of Black Women3
AFROAMER 271 Selected Topics in African American Culture3
AFROAMER 272 Race and American Politics from the New Deal to the New Right3
AFROAMER/​HIST SCI/​MED HIST  275 Science, Medicine, and Race: A History3
AFROAMER/​AFRICAN/​ANTHRO/​GEOG/​HISTORY/​POLI SCI/​SOC  277 Africa: An Introductory Survey4
AFROAMER/​AFRICAN/​HISTORY/​POLI SCI  297 African and African-American Linkages: An Introduction4
AFROAMER 302 Undergraduate Studies in Afro-American History3
AFROAMER 303 Blacks, Film, and Society3
AFROAMER/​MUSIC  308 Black Music (1920-Present): Rhythm Section and Combos2
AFROAMER/​MUSIC  309 Black Music (1920-Present): Vocalist/Trombone/Misc Instrumental2
AFROAMER/​MUSIC  310 Black Music (1920-Present): The Trumpet2
AFROAMER/​MUSIC  311 Black Music (1920-Present): The Saxophone2
AFROAMER/​DANCE/​MUSIC  318 Cultural Cross Currents: West African Dance/Music in the Americas3
AFROAMER/​HISTORY  321 Afro-American History Since 19003-4
AFROAMER/​HISTORY  322 Afro-American History to 19003-4
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  323 Gender, Race and Class: Women in U.S. History3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  324 Black Women in America: Reconstruction to the Present3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  326 Race and Gender in Post-World War II U.S. Society3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  333 Black Feminisms3
AFROAMER 337 The Harlem Renaissance3
AFROAMER 338 The Black Arts Movement3
AFROAMER/​HISTORY  347 The Caribbean and its Diasporas3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  367 Art and Visual Culture: Women of the African Diaspora and Africa3
AFROAMER/​HISTORY  393 Slavery, Civil War, and Reconstruction, 1848-18773-4
AFROAMER/​MUSIC  400 Music Cultures of the World: Africa, Europe, the Americas3
AFROAMER/​AFRICAN  413 Contemporary African and Caribbean Drama3-4
AFROAMER/​ASIAN AM  443 Mutual Perceptions of Racial Minorities3
AFROAMER 456 Soul Music and the African American Freedom Movement3
AFROAMER 469 Interdisciplinary Studies in the Arts1-4
AFROAMER 501 19th Century Afro-American Literature3
AFROAMER/​MUSIC  509 Seminar in Afro-American Music History and Criticism3
AFROAMER/​POLI SCI  519 African American Political Theory3-4
AFROAMER/​HDFS/​SOC WORK  521 African American Families3
AFROAMER/​HIST SCI/​MED HIST  523 Race, American Medicine and Public Health3
AFROAMER 525 Major Authors3
AFROAMER/​ED POL  567 History of African American Education3
AFROAMER 605 Critical and Theoretical Issues in Afro-American Literature3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  624 African American Women's Activism (19th & 20th Centuries)3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  625 Gender, Race and the Civil Rights Movement3
AFROAMER/​HISTORY  628 History of the Civil Rights Movement in the United States3
AFROAMER 631 Colloquium in Afro-American History3
AFROAMER/​ART HIST  643 Selected Topics in African Diaspora Art History3
AFROAMER 669 Interdisciplinary Studies in the Arts1-4
AFROAMER 671 Selected Topics in Afro-American History3
AFROAMER/​ENGL  672 Selected Topics in Afro-American Literature3
AFROAMER 673 Selected Topics in Afro-American Society3
AFROAMER/​ART  674 Selected Topics on Afro-American Artists3
AFROAMER 675 Selected Topics in Afro-American Culture3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  677 Critical and Theoretical Perspectives in Black Women's Writings3
AFROAMER 678 Modern/Contemporary Art of Nigeria and the African Diaspora3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  679 Visual Culture, Gender and Critical Race Theory3
ANTHRO 300 Cultural Anthropology: Theory and Ethnography3
ANTHRO 327 Peoples of the Andes Today3
ANTHRO 330 Topics in Ethnology (SE Asia)3-4
ANTHRO 330 Topics in Ethnology (Anthropology of Foodways)3-4
ANTHRO 330 Topics in Ethnology (Brazil)3-4
ANTHRO 350 Political Anthropology3-4
ANTHRO 357 Introduction to the Anthropology of Japan3-4
ANTHRO 358 Anthropology of China3
ANTHRO 365 Medical Anthropology3
ANTHRO 369 Peoples and Cultures of Central and Eastern Europe3-4
ANTHRO/​LCA  462 Anthropology of South Asia3
ANTHRO 490 Undergraduate Seminar (Culture and Health in Africa)3
ANTHRO 606 Ethnicity, Nations, and Nationalism3-4
ANTHRO 677 Public Monuments and Symbols3
ART HIST 350 19th Century Painting in Europe3-4
ART HIST 351 20th Century Art in Europe3-4
ART HIST 354 Cross-Cultural Arts Around the Atlantic Rim: 1800 to the Present3-4
ART HIST 357 European Architecture: The Nineteenth Century3-4
ART HIST 358 European Architecture: The Modern Movements3-4
ART HIST 371 Chinese Painting3-4
ART HIST 372 Arts of Japan3-4
ART HIST 411 Topics in Asian Art (Modern & Contempor)3-4
ART HIST 454 Art in Germany, 1900-19453-4
ART HIST 479 Art and History in Africa3-4
ASIAN AM/​ENGL  270 A Survey of Asian American Literature3
ATM OCN 100 Weather and Climate3
ATM OCN 101 Weather and Climate4
ATM OCN/​ENVIR ST/​GEOG  121 Atmospheric Environment and Society2
ATM OCN/​ENVIR ST  171 Global Change: Atmospheric Issues and Problems2-3
ATM OCN/​ENVIR ST  520 Bioclimatology3
ATM OCN/​ENVIR ST/​GEOG  528 Past Climates and Climatic Change3
ATM OCN/​ENVIR ST  535 Atmospheric Dispersion and Air Pollution3
BOTANY 240 Plants and Humans3
C&E SOC/​SOC  245 Technology and Society3
C&E SOC/​ENVIR ST/​SOC  540 Sociology of International Development, Environment, and Sustainability3
C&E SOC/​SOC/​URB R PL  617 Community Development3
CHICLA/​HISTORY  462 The American West Since 18503-4
CHICLA/​SOC  470 Sociodemographic Analysis of Mexican Migration3
CHICLA 519 Transnational and Comparative Working-Class Cultures3-4
COM ARTS 310 Topics in Rhetoric and Communication Science (Intercultural Comm & Rhetoric)3
COM ARTS 346 Critical Internet Studies3
COM ARTS 350 Introduction to Film3
COM ARTS 352 Film History to 19603
COM ARTS 371 Communication and Conflict Resolution3
COM ARTS 372 Rhetoric of Campaigns and Revolutions3
COM ARTS/​RELIG ST  374 The Rhetoric of Religion3
COM ARTS 455 French Film3
COM ARTS 456 Russian and Soviet Film3
COM ARTS 458 Global Media Cultures3
COM ARTS/​ITALIAN  460 Italian Film3
COM ARTS 470 Contemporary Political Discourse3
COM ARTS 557 Contemporary Media Industries3
COM ARTS 577 Dynamics of Online Relationships3
COMP LIT 203 Introduction to Cross-Cultural Literary Forms3
COMP LIT 375 Literature and Related Disciplines3-4
COMP LIT 379 Literature and Ethnic Experience3-4
DS/​LAND ARC  639 Culture and Built Environment3
E A STDS/​E ASIAN  300 Humanities Topics in East Asian Studies (Intro to Korean Culture)1-3
E A STDS/​E ASIAN  300 Humanities Topics in East Asian Studies (Korean Culture)1-3
E A STDS/​E ASIAN  300 Humanities Topics in East Asian Studies (Survey of Tibetan Buddhism)1-3
E A STDS 301 Social Studies Topics in East Asian Studies (Two Koreas)1-3
E A STDS 301 Social Studies Topics in East Asian Studies (Korean)1-3
E ASIAN 253 Introduction to Japanese Culture and Civilization3
E ASIAN 352 Survey of Chinese Literature3
E ASIAN 354 Survey of Japanese Literature3
E ASIAN 520 Popular Culture and Film in Twentieth-Century China3
ECON 330 Money and Banking4
ECON 364 Survey of International Economics3-4
ECON 464 International Trade and Finance3-4
ECON/​HISTORY  466 The American Economy Since 18653-4
ECON 467 International Industrial Organizations3-4
ECON 475 Economics of Growth3-4
ECON/​A A E  567 Public Finance in Less Developed Countries3
ED POL 150 Education and Public Policy (Human Rights & Education)3
ED POL/​INTL ST  335 Globalization and Education3
ED POL 340 Comparative Education3
ED POL/​ANTHRO  570 Anthropology and Education3
ED POL/​HISTORY  622 History of Radical and Experimental Education in the US and UK3
ED POL 675 Introduction to Comparative and International Education3
ED POL/​CURRIC  677 Education, Health and Sexuality: Global Perspective and Policies3
ENGL/​LITTRANS  223 Vladimir Nabokov: Russian and American Writings3
ENGL 352 Modernist Poetry3
ENGL 353 British Literature since 19003
ENGL 453 Topic in British Literature and Culture since 19003
ENGL/​LCA  478 Indian Writers Abroad: Literature, Diaspora and Globalization3
ENGL/​THEATRE  575 British Drama, 1914 to Present3
ENVIR ST/​ILS  126 Principles of Environmental Science4
ENVIR ST/​GEOG  309 People, Land and Food: Comparative Study of Agriculture Systems3
ENVIR ST/​ATM OCN/​GEOG  332 Global Warming: Science and Impacts3
ENVIR ST/​A A E/​ECON  343 Environmental Economics3-4
ENVIR ST/​LAND ARC  361 Wetlands Ecology3
ENVIR ST/​BSE  367 Renewable Energy Systems3
ENVIR ST/​M&ENVTOX/​PL PATH  368 Environmental Law, Toxic Substances, and Conservation2
ENVIR ST/​N E  373 Nuclear Energy and the Environment3
ENVIR ST 401 Special Topics: Environmental Perspectives in the Physical Sciences (Sustainability Science)1-4
ENVIR ST 402 Special Topics: Social Perspectives in Environmental Studies (People,Environment)1-4
ENVIR ST/​ECON/​POLI SCI/​URB R PL  449 Government and Natural Resources3-4
ENVIR ST/​POP HLTH  471 Introduction to Environmental Health3
ENVIR ST/​POP HLTH  502 Air Pollution and Human Health3
ENVIR ST/​F&W ECOL  515 Natural Resources Policy3
ENVIR ST 539 Air Resources Science and Policy3
ENVIR ST/​SOIL SCI  575 Assessment of Environmental Impact3
ENVIR ST/​URB R PL  668 Green Politics: Global Experience, American Prospects3
ENVIR ST/​A A E/​ECON/​URB R PL  671 Energy Economics3
F&W ECOL 318 Principles of Wildlife Ecology3
F&W ECOL 410 Principles of Silviculture3
F&W ECOL 450 Communities and Forests3
F&W ECOL/​ENVIR ST/​HISTORY  452 World Forest History3
FOLKLORE/​AFRICAN  270 The Hero and Trickster in African Oral Traditions3
FOLKLORE/​LCA  279 Introduction to Turkish Folk Literature3
FOLKLORE/​ANTHRO  344 Anthropological Approaches to Folklore3
FOLKLORE 510 Folklore Theory3
FOLKLORE/​DS  512 Material Culture Analysis: The Arts and the Consumer Society3
FOLKLORE 560 Folklore in a Digital Age3
FRENCH 211 French Interdisciplinary Studies3
FRENCH 240 Immigration and Expression3
FRENCH/​INTL BUS  313 Professional Communication and Culture in the Francophone World3
FRENCH/​INTL BUS  314 Contemporary Issues in Government, Organizations, and Enterprise3
FRENCH 322 Introduction to Literature of Modernity3
FRENCH 325 Visual Culture in French/Francophone Studies3
FRENCH 348 Modernity Studies3
FRENCH 433 Readings in Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Literature3
FRENCH 449 Francophone Modernity Studies3
FRENCH 462 French/Francophone Cultural Studies Across the Centuries3
FRENCH 465 French/Francophone Film3
FRENCH 467 Aspects of Contemporary French Literature3
FRENCH 472 French/Francophone Literature and Women3
FRENCH 595 Theory and Practice of French/Francophone Drama4
GEN&WS/​ENGL  250 Women in Literature3
GEN&WS 310 Special Topics in Gender, Women and the Humanities (Queer Film)1-3
GEN&WS 310 Special Topics in Gender, Women and the Humanities (Virginia Woolf)1-3
GEN&WS 320 Special Topics in Gender, Women and Society (Women and Change in Africa)1-3
GEN&WS/​AFROAMER  367 Art and Visual Culture: Women of the African Diaspora and Africa3
GEN&WS 420 Women in Cross-Societal Perspective3
GEN&WS 424 Women's International Human Rights3
GEN&WS 426 Women and Grassroots Politics Across the Globe3
GEN&WS/​HISTORY/​LCA  472 Women in Turkish Society3
GEN&WS/​URB R PL  644 International Development and Gender3
GEOG 101 Introduction to Human Geography4
GEOG/​ENVIR ST  120 Introduction to the Earth System3
GEOG/​ENVIR ST  127 Physical Systems of the Environment5
GEOG/​ENVIR ST  139 Living in the Global Environment: An Introduction to People-Environment Geography3-4
GEOG 301 Geography of Social Organization3
GEOG/​URB R PL  305 Introduction to the City3-4
GEOG 318 Introduction to Geopolitics3
GEOG 319 Environmental Evaluation and Adaptation3
GEOG 321 Climatology3
GEOG/​ATM OCN/​ENVIR ST/​GEOSCI  335 Climatic Environments of the Past3
GEOG/​BOTANY  338 Environmental Biogeography3
GEOG/​ENVIR ST  339 Environmental Conservation4
GEOG 340 World Regions in Global Context3
GEOG 349 Europe3
GEOG 355 Africa, South of the Sahara3
GEOG 358 Human Geography of Southeast Asia3
GEOG/​C&E SOC/​ENVIR ST  434 People, Wildlife and Landscapes3
GEOG/​ENVIR ST/​HISTORY  460 American Environmental History4
GEOG 475 Topics in Geography1-4
GEOG/​URB R PL  506 Historical Geography of European Urbanization3
GEOG 510 Economic Geography4
GEOG/​ENVIR ST  534 Environmental Governance: Markets, States and Nature3
GEOG/​ENVIR ST  537 Culture and Environment4
GEOG 538 The Humid Tropics: Ecology, Subsistence, and Development4
GEOG/​ENVIR ST  557 Development and Environment in Southeast Asia3
GEOSCI/​ATM OCN  105 Survey of Oceanography3-4
GEOSCI/​ENVIR ST  106 Environmental Geology3
GEOSCI/​ENVIR ST  410 Minerals as a Public Problem3
GEOSCI/​ENVIR ST  411 Energy Resources3
GERMAN 245 Topics in Dutch Life and Culture (Dutch Tolerance)3
GERMAN 245 Topics in Dutch Life and Culture (Low Lands or High Water)3
GERMAN 278 Topics in German Culture (Kafka and Kafkaesque)3
GERMAN 278 Topics in German Culture (Culture in 20th Century)3
GERMAN 305 Literatur des 20. und 21. Jahrhunderts3-4
GERMAN 325 Topics in Dutch Literature (Bezetting, Holocaust)3
GERMAN 325 Topics in Dutch Literature (lit:reizen,migratie)3
GERMAN 362 Topics in German Literature (Musik)3-4
GERMAN 362 Topics in German Literature (Migration in deutscher)3-4
GERMAN 372 Topics in German Culture (Deutschsprachige Lieder)3-4
GERMAN 372 Topics in German Culture (Oesterreich)3-4
GERMAN 372 Topics in German Culture (Deutscher Film)3-4
GERMAN 372 Topics in German Culture (Green Germany)3-4
GERMAN 372 Topics in German Culture (China-German Point of View)3-4
GERMAN 411 Kultur des 20. Jahrhunderts3-4
GERMAN 445 Topics in Dutch Culture (Lage landen of hoog water?)3-4
GERMAN/​JEWISH  510 German-Jewish Culture Since the 18th Century3
GERMAN/​COM ARTS  655 German Film3
HIST SCI 337 History of Technology3
HIST SCI 339 Technology and Its Critics Since World War II3
HIST SCI/​ENVIR ST  353 History of Ecology3
HIST SCI/​HISTORY/​MED HIST  508 Health, Disease and Healing II3-4
HIST SCI/​ENVIR ST/​MED HIST  513 Environment and Health in Global Perspective3
HIST SCI/​MED HIST/​POP HLTH  553 International Health and Global Society3
HISTORY 201 The Historian's Craft (various)3-4
HISTORY 221 Explorations in American History (H) (US-Latin Amer Relations)3-4
HISTORY 223 Explorations in European History (H) (Commodity Culture in Europe)3-4
HISTORY 223 Explorations in European History (H) (Wars of Religion Since 1914)3-4
HISTORY 229 Explorations in Transnational/Comparative History (Humanities) (South Asians in Diaspora)3
HISTORY 229 Explorations in Transnational/Comparative History (Humanities) (Pan-Asianism)3
HISTORY 241 Latin America from 1780 to 19404
HISTORY 242 Modern Latin America, 1898 to the Present4
HISTORY/​GEOG/​LCA/​POLI SCI/​SOC  244 Introduction to Southeast Asia: Vietnam to the Philippines4
HISTORY/​ASIAN AM/​LCA  246 Southeast Asian Refugees of the "Cold" War4
HISTORY 319 The Vietnam Wars3-4
HISTORY 335 Korean History, 1945 to present3-4
HISTORY/​AFROAMER  347 The Caribbean and its Diasporas3
HISTORY 357 The Second World War3-4
HISTORY/​GEN&WS  392 Women in History3-4
HISTORY 403 Immigration and Assimilation in American History3-4
HISTORY 418 History of Russia3-4
HISTORY 419 History of Soviet Russia3-4
HISTORY 420 Russian Social and Intellectual History3-4
HISTORY/​LEGAL ST  426 The History of Punishment3-4
HISTORY 434 American Foreign Relations, 1901 to the Present3-4
HISTORY 441 Revolution and Conflict in Modern Latin America3-4
HISTORY/​E A STDS  454 Samurai: History and Image3-4
HISTORY/​LCA  458 History of Southeast Asia Since 18003-4
HISTORY 475 European Social History, 1914-Present3-4
HISTORY 503 Irish and Scottish Migrations3
HISTORY 514 European Cultural History Since 18703-4
HISTORY 533 Multi-Racial Societies in Latin America3-4
HISTORY 607 The American Impact Abroad: The Historical Dimension3
HORT 370 World Vegetable Crops3
ILS 371 Interdisciplinary Studies in the Arts and Humanities (Tocqueville Democracy)3
INTL BUS 200 International Business3
INTL BUS/​GEN BUS  320 Intercultural Communication in Business3
INTL BUS/​A A E/​ECON  462 Latin American Economic Development3
INTL BUS 365 Contemporary Topics (International Perspectives)1-3
INTL ST 322 Washington DC Semester in International Affairs Internship Seminar4
INTL ST/​POLI SCI  327 Indian Politics in Comparative Perspective3
INTL ST/​ED POL  335 Globalization and Education3
INTL ST/​A A E  373 Globalization, Poverty and Development3
INTL ST/​A A E  374 The Growth and Development of Nations in the Global Economy3
INTL ST 401 Topics in Global Security3-4
INTL ST 402 Topics in Politics and Policy in the Global Economy3-4
INTL ST 403 Topics in Culture in the Age of Globalization3-4
INTL ST 404 Topics in Global Environment3-4
INTL ST/​POLI SCI  423 Social Mobilization in Latin America3
INTL ST/​POLI SCI  431 Contentious Politics3-4
INTL ST/​POLI SCI  434 The Politics of Human Rights3-4
INTL ST/​POLI SCI  439 The Comparative Study of Genocide3-4
INTL ST 501 Study Abroad Topics in Global Security1-6
INTL ST 502 Study Abroad Topics in Politics and Policy in the Global Economy1-6
INTL ST 503 Study Abroad Topics in Culture in the Age of Globalization1-6
INTL ST 504 Study Abroad Topics in Global Environment1-6
INTL ST 520 Study Abroad Topics in International Studies1-6
INTL ST/​GEN&WS  535 Women's Global Health and Human Rights3
INTL ST 601 Topics in Global Security1-4
INTL ST 602 Topics in Politics and Policy in the Global Economy1-4
INTL ST 603 Topics in Culture in the Age of Globalization1-4
INTL ST 604 Topics in Global Environment1-4
INTL ST 620 Topics in International Studies1-4
INTL ST 622 Washington DC Sem in International Affairs Seminar4
ITALIAN 230 Modern Italian Culture3
ITALIAN 322 Introduction to Italian Literature3
ITALIAN 450 Special Topics in Italian Literature (Modern Italian Drama)3
ITALIAN 452 Special Topics in Italian Studies: Culture, Film, Language (Culture)3
ITALIAN 452 Special Topics in Italian Studies: Culture, Film, Language (Political Fictn/Film in Italy)3
ITALIAN/​COM ARTS  460 Italian Film3
ITALIAN 637 La Poesia del Novecento3
JEWISH/​SOC  258 The Jews, States, and Citizenship: A Sociological Perspective3
JEWISH/​LITTRANS  367 Israeli Fiction in Translation3-4
JEWISH/​ANTHRO/​RELIG ST  372 Jews of Central and Eastern Europe3-4
JEWISH/​HISTORY  416 Eastern European Jews in the United States, 1880s-1930s3-4
JEWISH/​PHILOS  442 Moral Philosophy and the Holocaust3
JEWISH/​CURRIC/​HISTORY  515 Holocaust: History, Memory and Education3
JEWISH/​ENGL  539 Jewish Literatures in Diaspora3
JEWISH 625 The Holocaust: Facts, Trials, Verdicts, Post-Verdicts3
JEWISH/​POLI SCI  665 Israeli Politics and Society3-4
JOURN/​COM ARTS/​LSC  617 Health Communication in the Information Age3
JOURN 618 Mass Communication and Political Behavior4
JOURN 620 International Communication4
JOURN 621 Mass Communication in Developing Nations4
L I S 201 The Information Society4
L I S 661 Information Ethics and Policy3
LACIS 440 Topics in Latin American, Caribbean, and Iberian Studies (Labor in the Americas)1-4
LCA 300 Topics in Languages and Cultures of Asia (Sexuality in South Asia)3
LCA 300 Topics in Languages and Cultures of Asia (Indian Traditions Modern Age)3
LCA 311 Modern Indian Literatures3
LCA/​RELIG ST  357 Literatures of Muslim Societies3
LCA 361 Survey of Indonesian Cultures3
LCA/​RELIG ST  402 Thought of Gandhi3
LCA 403 Southeast Asian Literature3
LCA/​ART HIST  428 Visual Cultures of South Asia3
LCA 441 Language and Society in Southeast Asia3
LCA/​HISTORY  450 Making of Modern South Asia3-4
LCA/​HISTORY  458 History of Southeast Asia Since 18003-4
LCA 579 Fiction and Ethnography in Turkey3
LCA/​ART HIST  621 Mapping, Making, and Representing Colonial Spaces3
LCA 630 Proseminar: Studies in Cultures of Asia (Everyday: Lives, Spaces)3
LCA LANG 617 Thai Poetry3
LCA LANG 618 Thai Prose Literature: The Short Story3
LCA LANG 654 Advanced Readings in Hindi Literature3
LCA LANG 677 Advanced Readings in Tibetan3
LEGAL ST 409 Human Rights in Law and Society3
LEGAL ST/​L I S  663 Introduction to Cyberlaw3
LINGUIS/​ANTHRO/​LCA  430 Language and Culture3-4
LITTRANS 203 Survey of 19th and 20th Century Russian Literature in Translation I4
LITTRANS 204 Survey of 19th and 20th Century Russian Literature in Translation II4
LITTRANS/​GEN&WS  205 Women in Russian Literature in Translation3-4
LITTRANS 211 Modern Indian Literatures in Traslation3
LITTRANS 214 Literatures of Central Asia in Translation3
LITTRANS 220 Chekhov in Translation3-4
LITTRANS 222 Dostoevsky in Translation3-4
LITTRANS 224 Tolstoy in Translation3-4
LITTRANS 226 Introduction to Luso-Afro-Brazilian Literature3
LITTRANS 234 Soviet Life and Culture Through Literature and Art (from 1917)3-4
LITTRANS 240 Soviet Literature in Translation3-4
LITTRANS 247 Topics in Slavic Literatures in Translation (Representing Holocaust)3
LITTRANS 247 Topics in Slavic Literatures in Translation (Russia & Jews)3
LITTRANS 254 In Translation: Lit of Modern Italy-Existentialism, Fascism, Resistance3
LITTRANS/​RELIG ST  257 Literatures of Muslim Societies in Translation3
LITTRANS/​GEN&WS  270 German Women Writers in Translation3
LITTRANS 273 Urdu Prose Fiction in India and Pakistan in Translation3
LITTRANS 274 In Translation: Masterpieces of Scandinavian Literature-the 20th Century3-4
LITTRANS 277 Topics in Twentieth-Century German Literature (in Translation) (German Lit)3
LITTRANS 301 Modern Indonesian Literature in Translation3
LITTRANS 304 Southeast Asian Literature in Translation3
LITTRANS 326 Topics in Dutch Literature in Translation (Dutch Lit: Travel & Migration)3
LITTRANS 331 In Translation: Scandinavian Topics in Depth1-2
LITTRANS 334 In Translation: The Art of Isak Dinesen/Karen Blixen3-4
LITTRANS 338 In Translation: Knut Hamsun and the 20th Century Norwegian Novel3-4
LITTRANS 343 In Translation: The Woman in Scandinavian Literature3-4
LITTRANS/​THEATRE  349 In Translation: Modern Scandinavian Drama4
LITTRANS 368 Modern Japanese Fiction3
LITTRANS 373 Topics in Japanese Literature (Evangelion)3
LITTRANS 373 Topics in Japanese Literature (Japanese Ghost Stories)3
LITTRANS 373 Topics in Japanese Literature (Writing the Environment)3
LITTRANS 455 Modern Serbian and Croatian Literature in Translation3
LITTRANS 473 Polish Literature (in Translation) since 18633
MARKETNG/​INTL BUS  420 Global Marketing Strategy3
MED HIST 526 Medical Technology and the Body3
MED HIST/​HIST SCI  668 Topics in History of Medicine (Health, Disease & Medicine)3
MUSIC/​AFROAMER  400 Music Cultures of the World: Africa, Europe, the Americas3
MUSIC/​FOLKLORE  401 Musical Cultures of the World3
MUSIC/​FOLKLORE  402 Musical Cultures of the World3
MUSIC/​FOLKLORE  404 Music of S.E. Asia: Tradition, Innovation, Politics, and Religion3
MUSIC 416 Survey of Music in the Twentieth Century3
NUTR SCI/​AGRONOMY/​ENTOM  203 Introduction to Global Health3
PHILOS/​ENVIR ST  441 Environmental Ethics3-4
PHILOS 555 Political Philosophy3
PHILOS 557 Issues in Social Philosophy3
PHYSICS/​ENVIR ST  472 Scientific Background to Global Environmental Problems3
POLI SCI 313 Bargaining in the Global Economy3-4
POLI SCI/​INTL ST  325 Social Movements and Revolutions in Latin America3-4
POLI SCI/​INTL ST  327 Indian Politics in Comparative Perspective3
POLI SCI 333 International Politics of the Middle East3-4
POLI SCI 340 The European Union: Politics and Political Economy3-4
POLI SCI 346 China in World Politics3-4
POLI SCI 347 Terrorism3
POLI SCI 348 Analysis of International Relations3-4
POLI SCI 350 International Political Economy3-4
POLI SCI 351 Politics of the World Economy3-4
POLI SCI 353 The Third World in the International System3-4
POLI SCI 354 International Institutions and World Order3-4
POLI SCI 356 Principles of International Law3-4
POLI SCI 359 American Foreign Policy3-4
POLI SCI 363 Literature and Politics3-4
POLI SCI 377 Nuclear Weapons and World Politics3-4
POLI SCI 390 Study Abroad Topics in Political Science: International Relations1-4
POLI SCI 401 Selected Topics in Political Science (Global Governance)3-4
POLI SCI/​INTL ST  431 Contentious Politics3-4
POLI SCI 432 Comparative Legal Institutions3-4
POLI SCI/​INTL ST  434 The Politics of Human Rights3-4
POLI SCI 438 Comparative Political Culture3-4
POLI SCI/​INTL ST  439 The Comparative Study of Genocide3-4
POLI SCI 455 African International Relations3-4
POLI SCI 529 Arab-Israeli Conflict3-4
POLI SCI 538 Politics and Policies in the European Union3-4
POLI SCI 601 Proseminar: Topics in Political Science (Post-Conflict)3
POLI SCI 652 The Politics of Development3-4
POLI SCI 654 Politics of Revolution3-4
POLI SCI/​JEWISH  665 Israeli Politics and Society3-4
POLI SCI 690 Study Abroad Topics in Political Science: Comparative Politics (Political Economy)1-4
PORTUG/​GEN&WS  450 Brazillian Women Writers3
PORTUG 467 Survey of Portuguese Literature since 18253
PORTUG 640 Topics in Luso-Brazilian Literature (LusoAfroBrazilian Studies)3
POP HLTH 370 Introduction to Public Health: Local to Global Perspectives3
PSYCH 428 Introduction to Cultural Psychology3-4
RELIG ST/​ANTHRO  343 Anthropology of Religion3-4
RELIG ST/​HISTORY  379 Islam in Iran3
RELIG ST 400 Topics in Religious Studies - Humanities (Indian Traditions Modern Age)3-4
RELIG ST 400 Topics in Religious Studies - Humanities (Belief & Unbelief)3-4
RELIG ST/​HISTORY/​LCA  547 Religion, Colonialism & Modernity in Southeast Asia3
RELIG ST/​POLI SCI  618 Political Islam3-4
SCAND ST 251 Readings in Norwegian Literature3-4
SCAND ST 261 Readings in Swedish Literature3-4
SCAND ST 271 Readings in Danish Literature3-4
SCAND ST 374 Masterpieces of Scandinavian Literature: the Twentieth Century3-4
SCAND ST 420 The Woman in Scandinavian Literature4
SCAND ST 425 Knut Hamsun and the 20th Century Norwegian Novel4
SCAND ST 427 Contemporary Scandinavian Literature4
SCAND ST/​HISTORY  432 History of Scandinavia Since 18153
SCAND ST 434 The Art of Isak Dinesen/Karen Blixen4
SCAND ST 437 Modern Scandinavian Drama4
SCAND ST/​FOLKLORE  443 Sami Culture, Yesterday and Today4
SCAND ST 466 Greenland - Past, Present, and Future3
SCAND ST 476 Scandinavian Life and Civilization II4
SCAND ST 635 Survey of Scandinavian Literature: 1800-18903
SLAVIC 242 Literatures and Cultures of Eastern Europe3
SLAVIC 302 Zarys historii literatury polskiej3
SLAVIC 321 Fourth Year Russian I4
SLAVIC 322 Fourth Year Russian II4
SLAVIC/​RELIG ST  325 Eastern Christianity/Russian Orthodoxy in a Global Context3
SLAVIC 405 Women in Russian Literature3-4
SLAVIC 420 Chekhov3-4
SLAVIC 434 Contemporary Russian Culture3
SLAVIC 439 Russia Today in Literature and Film4
SLAVIC 440 Soviet Literature3-4
SLAVIC 449 Istorija srpske i hrvatske literature3
SLAVIC 454 Moderna srpska i hrvatska literatura3
SLAVIC 472 Historia literatury polskiej po roku 18633
SOC 170 Population Problems3-4
SOC 225 Contemporary Chinese Society3
SOC/​C&E SOC/​F&W ECOL  248 Environment, Natural Resources, and Society3
SOC/​C&E SOC/​POP HLTH  380 Contemporary Population Problems for Honors3
SOC 496 Topics in Sociology (Intercultural Dialogues)1-3
SOC 496 Topics in Sociology (The Soviet Jewish Experience)1-3
SOC/​C&E SOC  541 Environmental Stewardship and Social Justice3
SOC/​LCA/​RELIG ST  614 Social Structures of Muslim Societies3
SOC 620 Comparative Racial Inequality3
SOC/​C&E SOC  623 Gender, Society, and Politics3
SOC 626 Social Movements3
SOC/​C&E SOC  630 Sociology of Developing Societies/Third World3
SOC 632 Sociology of Organizations3-4
SOC 633 Social Stratification3
SOC/​LCA/​RELIG ST  634 Social Structure of India3
SOC 640 Sociology of the Family3
SOC 646 Race and Ethnic Relations3
SOC/​ED POL  648 Sociology of Education3
SOC/​C&E SOC  649 Sociology of Work and Employment3
SOC/​C&E SOC  652 Sociology of Economic Institutions3
SOC/​C&E SOC  655 Microfoundations of Economic Sociology3
SOC/​ECON  663 Population and Society3
SOIL SCI/​ATM OCN  132 Earth's Water: Natural Science and Human Use3
SOIL SCI/​ENVIR ST/​GEOG  230 Soil: Ecosystem and Resource3
SOIL SCI/​ENVIR ST  324 Soils and Environmental Quality3
SPANISH 324 Survey of Modern Spanish Literature3
SPANISH 326 Survey of Spanish American Literature3
SPANISH/​INTL BUS  329 Spanish for Business3
SPANISH 361 Spanish Civilization3
SPANISH 363 Spanish American Civilization3
SPANISH 453 Literature of the Twentieth Century3
SPANISH/​CHICLA  459 Mexico in the Chicano and Chicana Literary Imagination3
SPANISH 460 Literatura Hispanoamericana (Latin American Neo-Vanguards)3
SPANISH 461 The Spanish American Short Story3
SPANISH 462 Spanish American Theater and Drama3
SPANISH 463 The Spanish American Novel3
SPANISH 464 Spanish American Poetry and Essay3
SPANISH 465 Literature and Film in Spanish America3
SPANISH 468 Topics in Hispanic Culture (Documentary Film)3
SPANISH 468 Topics in Hispanic Culture (Minds and Machines)3
SPANISH 468 Topics in Hispanic Culture (Anthropocene:Cult,Econ,Enviro)3
THEATRE 327 History of Costume for the Stage3
THEATRE 351 Fundamentals of Asian Stage Discipline3
THEATRE 420 Theatre and Society3
THEATRE 424 Contemporary World Theatre and Dramatic Literature3
THEATRE 522 Experimental Drama: The Theatre of Europe 1850-the Present3
THEATRE 526 The Theatres of China and Japan3
THEATRE/​SLAVIC  532 History of Russian Theatre3
THEATRE/​ENGL  577 Postcolonial Theatre: Drama, Theory and Performance in the Global South3
URB R PL/​ECON/​REAL EST  641 Housing Economics and Policy3
ZOOLOGY/​BOTANY/​ENVIR ST  260 Introductory Ecology3
ZOOLOGY/​ENVIR ST  315 Limnology-Conservation of Aquatic Resources2
ZOOLOGY 316 Laboratory for Limnology-Conservation of Aquatic Resources2-3
ZOOLOGY/​ENVIR ST/​F&W ECOL  360 Extinction of Species3
ZOOLOGY/​AN SCI/​F&W ECOL  520 Ornithology3
ZOOLOGY 611 Comparative and Evolutionary Physiology3
ZOOLOGY/​BOTANY/​ENVIR ST/​F&W ECOL  651 Conservation Biology3

Politics and Policy in the Global Economy

This option offers a multidisciplinary survey of international economic and political institutions and transactions, as well as the policy issues pertaining to international commerce and trade, international finance and monetary relations, international macroeconomic policy coordination, U.S. trade imbalances, aid and development, and related environmental and natural resource problems.

Politics and Policy Core

Two courses from:

A A E/​ENVIR ST  244 The Environment and the Global Economy3
A A E 319 The International Agricultural Economy3
A A E/​ECON  474 Economic Problems of Developing Areas3
ECON 364 Survey of International Economics3-4
ECON 464 International Trade and Finance3-4
ECON 475 Economics of Growth3-4
ENVIR ST/​URB R PL  668 Green Politics: Global Experience, American Prospects3
GEN&WS/​URB R PL  644 International Development and Gender3
HIST SCI/​MED HIST/​POP HLTH  553 International Health and Global Society3
INTL ST/​A A E  373 Globalization, Poverty and Development3
INTL ST/​A A E  374 The Growth and Development of Nations in the Global Economy3
INTL ST 402 Topics in Politics and Policy in the Global Economy3-4
INTL ST 502 Study Abroad Topics in Politics and Policy in the Global Economy1-6
INTL ST 601 Topics in Global Security (Intl Sec & Global Sys)1-4
INTL ST 602 Topics in Politics and Policy in the Global Economy1-4
LCA/​ART HIST  621 Mapping, Making, and Representing Colonial Spaces3
POLI SCI 313 Bargaining in the Global Economy3-4
POLI SCI 350 International Political Economy3-4
POLI SCI 351 Politics of the World Economy3-4
POLI SCI 354 International Institutions and World Order3-4
POLI SCI 637 Comparative Political Economy3-4
POLI SCI 652 The Politics of Development3-4
POLI SCI 654 Politics of Revolution3-4
POLI SCI 637 Comparative Political Economy3-4
SOC/​C&E SOC  630 Sociology of Developing Societies/Third World3
SOC/​C&E SOC  652 Sociology of Economic Institutions3
URB R PL/​GEN&WS  644 International Development and Gender3

Politics and Policy Issues

15 credits from:

A A E/​ENVIR ST  244 The Environment and the Global Economy3
A A E 319 The International Agricultural Economy3
A A E/​AGRONOMY/​INTER-AG/​NUTR SCI  350 World Hunger and Malnutrition3
A A E/​ECON  421 Economic Decision Analysis4
A A E/​ECON  473 Economic Growth and Development in Southeast Asia3
A A E/​ECON  474 Economic Problems of Developing Areas3
A A E/​ECON  477 Agricultural and Economic Development in Africa3
A A E/​ECON/​F&W ECOL  531 Natural Resource Economics3
A A E/​M H R  540 Intellectual Property Rights, Innovation and Technology3
A A E/​CIV ENGR/​ENVIR ST/​URB R PL  561 Energy Markets3
ANTHRO 330 Topics in Ethnology (Culture/Health in Africa)3-4
ANTHRO 365 Medical Anthropology3
ANTHRO 490 Undergraduate Seminar (Culture and Health in Africa)3
C&E SOC/​ENVIR ST/​SOC  540 Sociology of International Development, Environment, and Sustainability3
C&E SOC/​SOC/​URB R PL  617 Community Development3
CHICLA/​POLI SCI  302 Mexican-American Politics3-4
CHICLA 519 Transnational and Comparative Working-Class Cultures3-4
COM ARTS 470 Contemporary Political Discourse3
E A STDS 301 Social Studies Topics in East Asian Studies (Contemporary Chinese Society)1-3
ECON 330 Money and Banking4
ECON 364 Survey of International Economics3-4
ECON 464 International Trade and Finance3-4
ECON/​HISTORY  466 The American Economy Since 18653-4
ECON 467 International Industrial Organizations3-4
ECON 475 Economics of Growth3-4
ECON/​A A E  567 Public Finance in Less Developed Countries3
ED POL 150 Education and Public Policy (Human Rights & Education)3
ED POL/​INTL ST  335 Globalization and Education3
ED POL 340 Comparative Education3
ED POL/​HISTORY  622 History of Radical and Experimental Education in the US and UK3
ED POL 675 Introduction to Comparative and International Education3
ED POL/​CURRIC  677 Education, Health and Sexuality: Global Perspective and Policies3
ENVIR ST/​GEOG  309 People, Land and Food: Comparative Study of Agriculture Systems3
ENVIR ST/​F&W ECOL  515 Natural Resources Policy3
ENVIR ST/​SOIL SCI  575 Assessment of Environmental Impact3
ENVIR ST/​URB R PL  668 Green Politics: Global Experience, American Prospects3
ENVIR ST/​A A E/​ECON/​URB R PL  671 Energy Economics3
FRENCH/​INTL BUS  313 Professional Communication and Culture in the Francophone World3
FRENCH/​INTL BUS  314 Contemporary Issues in Government, Organizations, and Enterprise3
GEN BUS 600 Topics on Sustainable Business Practices3
GEN&WS 320 Special Topics in Gender, Women and Society (Women and Change in Africa)1-3
GEN&WS 426 Women and Grassroots Politics Across the Globe3
GEN&WS/​POLI SCI  429 Gender and Politics in Comparative Perspective3-4
GEN&WS/​URB R PL  644 International Development and Gender3
GEOG/​ENVIR ST  139 Living in the Global Environment: An Introduction to People-Environment Geography3-4
GEOG 302 Economic Geography: Locational Behavior4
GEOG 318 Introduction to Geopolitics3
GEOG 319 Environmental Evaluation and Adaptation3
GEOG/​ENVIR ST  339 Environmental Conservation4
GEOG 340 World Regions in Global Context3
GEOG 349 Europe3
GEOG 355 Africa, South of the Sahara3
GEOG 358 Human Geography of Southeast Asia3
GEOG/​URB R PL  506 Historical Geography of European Urbanization3
GEOG/​ENVIR ST  557 Development and Environment in Southeast Asia3
GEOSCI/​ENVIR ST  410 Minerals as a Public Problem3
GEOSCI/​ENVIR ST  411 Energy Resources3
HIST SCI 337 History of Technology3
HIST SCI 339 Technology and Its Critics Since World War II3
HIST SCI/​MED HIST/​POP HLTH  553 International Health and Global Society3
HISTORY 201 The Historian's Craft (Shanghai Life and Crime)3-4
HISTORY 201 The Historian's Craft (The Catholic Church)3-4
HISTORY 201 The Historian's Craft (UW-Latin Amer Relations)3-4
HISTORY 335 Korean History, 1945 to present3-4
HISTORY/​GEN&WS  392 Women in History3-4
HISTORY 419 History of Soviet Russia3-4
HISTORY 441 Revolution and Conflict in Modern Latin America3-4
HISTORY 607 The American Impact Abroad: The Historical Dimension3
ILS 371 Interdisciplinary Studies in the Arts and Humanities (Poli Econ & Liberal)3
INTL BUS 200 International Business3
INTL BUS/​GEN BUS  320 Intercultural Communication in Business3
INTL BUS 365 Contemporary Topics1-3
INTL ST 322 Washington DC Semester in International Affairs Internship Seminar4
INTL ST/​ED POL  335 Globalization and Education3
INTL ST/​A A E  373 Globalization, Poverty and Development3
INTL ST/​A A E  374 The Growth and Development of Nations in the Global Economy3
INTL ST 402 Topics in Politics and Policy in the Global Economy3-4
INTL ST 502 Study Abroad Topics in Politics and Policy in the Global Economy1-6
INTL ST/​GEN&WS  535 Women's Global Health and Human Rights3
INTL ST 602 Topics in Politics and Policy in the Global Economy1-4
INTL ST 622 Washington DC Sem in International Affairs Seminar4
JEWISH/​POLI SCI  665 Israeli Politics and Society3-4
JOURN/​COM ARTS/​LSC  617 Health Communication in the Information Age3
JOURN 618 Mass Communication and Political Behavior4
JOURN 620 International Communication4
JOURN 621 Mass Communication in Developing Nations4
L I S 661 Information Ethics and Policy3
LCA/​HISTORY  450 Making of Modern South Asia3-4
LCA/​HISTORY  458 History of Southeast Asia Since 18003-4
LEGAL ST/​L I S  663 Introduction to Cyberlaw3
MARKETNG/​INTL BUS  420 Global Marketing Strategy3
MED HIST 526 Medical Technology and the Body3
NUTR SCI/​AGRONOMY/​ENTOM  203 Introduction to Global Health3
PHILOS/​ENVIR ST  441 Environmental Ethics3-4
PHILOS 555 Political Philosophy3
POLI SCI 266 The Development of Modern Western Political Thought3-4
POLI SCI 313 Bargaining in the Global Economy3-4
POLI SCI 321 Latin-American Politics3-4
POLI SCI 322 Politics of Southeast Asia3-4
POLI SCI 340 The European Union: Politics and Political Economy3-4
POLI SCI 350 International Political Economy3-4
POLI SCI 351 Politics of the World Economy3-4
POLI SCI 356 Principles of International Law3-4
POLI SCI 377 Nuclear Weapons and World Politics3-4
POLI SCI 401 Selected Topics in Political Science (Global Governance)3-4
POLI SCI 401 Selected Topics in Political Science (Political Economy)3-4
POLI SCI 421 The Challenge of Democratization3-4
POLI SCI 432 Comparative Legal Institutions3-4
POLI SCI 438 Comparative Political Culture3-4
POLI SCI 460 Topics in Political Philosophy (Economic Inequality)3-4
POLI SCI 534 Socialism and Transitions to the Market3-4
POLI SCI 561 Radical Political Theory3-4
POLI SCI 637 Comparative Political Economy3-4
POLI SCI 652 The Politics of Development3-4
POLI SCI 654 Politics of Revolution3-4
POLI SCI 690 Study Abroad Topics in Political Science: Comparative Politics (Pol Sci: CmpartvPo)1-4
POLI SCI 690 Study Abroad Topics in Political Science: Comparative Politics (Comparative Politics)1-4
POP HLTH 370 Introduction to Public Health: Local to Global Perspectives3
RELIG ST/​POLI SCI  618 Political Islam3-4
SCAND ST 476 Scandinavian Life and Civilization II4
SOC 225 Contemporary Chinese Society3
SOC/​C&E SOC/​POP HLTH  380 Contemporary Population Problems for Honors3
SOC 620 Comparative Racial Inequality3
SOC/​C&E SOC  623 Gender, Society, and Politics3
SOC 626 Social Movements3
SOC/​C&E SOC  630 Sociology of Developing Societies/Third World3
SOC 632 Sociology of Organizations3-4
SOC 633 Social Stratification3
SOC/​C&E SOC  649 Sociology of Work and Employment3
SOC/​C&E SOC  652 Sociology of Economic Institutions3
SOC/​C&E SOC  655 Microfoundations of Economic Sociology3
SOC/​ECON  663 Population and Society3
SPANISH/​INTL BUS  329 Spanish for Business3
URB R PL/​ECON/​REAL EST  641 Housing Economics and Policy3

Electives

Students typically take three or four elective courses in the major. These courses can come from Issues lists for different options or they can be additional Issues classes within their own option. Students must take enough elective credits to attain the required 35 total credits in the major. Choose from:

A A E/​ENVIR ST  244 The Environment and the Global Economy3
A A E 319 The International Agricultural Economy3
A A E/​AGRONOMY/​INTER-AG/​NUTR SCI  350 World Hunger and Malnutrition3
A A E/​ECON  421 Economic Decision Analysis4
A A E/​ECON  473 Economic Growth and Development in Southeast Asia3
A A E/​ECON  474 Economic Problems of Developing Areas3
A A E/​ECON  477 Agricultural and Economic Development in Africa3
A A E/​ECON/​F&W ECOL  531 Natural Resource Economics3
A A E/​M H R  540 Intellectual Property Rights, Innovation and Technology3
A A E/​CIV ENGR/​ENVIR ST/​URB R PL  561 Energy Markets3
AFRICAN 230 Introduction to Yoruba Life and Culture3
AFRICAN/​AFROAMER/​HISTORY/​POLI SCI  297 African and African-American Linkages: An Introduction4
AFRICAN 300 African Literature in Translation3
AFRICAN 303 African Literature and Visual Culture3
AFRICAN/​LCA/​RELIG ST  370 Islam: Religion and Culture3-4
AFRICAN 405 Topics in African Cultural Studies (The Problem of Whiteness)3
AFRICAN 412 Contemporary African Fiction3-4
AFRICAN/​AFROAMER  413 Contemporary African and Caribbean Drama3-4
AFRICAN/​FOLKLORE  411 African Poetry3-4
AFRICAN/​FRENCH  440 African/Francophone Film3
AFRICAN/​PORTUG  451 Lusophone African Literature3
AFRICAN 453 Modern African Literature in English3-4
AFRICAN/​FOLKLORE  471 Oral Traditions and the Written Word3-4
AFRICAN 500 Language and Society in Africa3-4
AFRICAN 609 Advanced Topics in Global Black Music Studies3
AFROAMER/​ART HIST  241 Introduction to African Art and Architecture3
AFROAMER/​ART HIST  242 Introduction to Afro-American Art3
AFROAMER/​ANTHRO/​C&E SOC/​GEOG/​HISTORY/​LACIS/​POLI SCI/​SOC/​SPANISH  260 Latin America: An Introduction3-4
AFROAMER 265 African-American Autobiography3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  267 Artistic/Cultural Images of Black Women3
AFROAMER 271 Selected Topics in African American Culture3
AFROAMER 272 Race and American Politics from the New Deal to the New Right3
AFROAMER/​HIST SCI/​MED HIST  275 Science, Medicine, and Race: A History3
AFROAMER/​AFRICAN/​ANTHRO/​GEOG/​HISTORY/​POLI SCI/​SOC  277 Africa: An Introductory Survey4
AFROAMER/​AFRICAN/​HISTORY/​POLI SCI  297 African and African-American Linkages: An Introduction4
AFROAMER 302 Undergraduate Studies in Afro-American History3
AFROAMER 303 Blacks, Film, and Society3
AFROAMER/​MUSIC  308 Black Music (1920-Present): Rhythm Section and Combos2
AFROAMER/​MUSIC  309 Black Music (1920-Present): Vocalist/Trombone/Misc Instrumental2
AFROAMER/​MUSIC  310 Black Music (1920-Present): The Trumpet2
AFROAMER/​MUSIC  311 Black Music (1920-Present): The Saxophone2
AFROAMER/​DANCE/​MUSIC  318 Cultural Cross Currents: West African Dance/Music in the Americas3
AFROAMER/​HISTORY  321 Afro-American History Since 19003-4
AFROAMER/​HISTORY  322 Afro-American History to 19003-4
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  323 Gender, Race and Class: Women in U.S. History3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  324 Black Women in America: Reconstruction to the Present3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  326 Race and Gender in Post-World War II U.S. Society3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  333 Black Feminisms3
AFROAMER 337 The Harlem Renaissance3
AFROAMER 338 The Black Arts Movement3
AFROAMER/​HISTORY  347 The Caribbean and its Diasporas3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  367 Art and Visual Culture: Women of the African Diaspora and Africa3
AFROAMER/​HISTORY  393 Slavery, Civil War, and Reconstruction, 1848-18773-4
AFROAMER/​MUSIC  400 Music Cultures of the World: Africa, Europe, the Americas3
AFROAMER/​AFRICAN  413 Contemporary African and Caribbean Drama3-4
AFROAMER/​ASIAN AM  443 Mutual Perceptions of Racial Minorities3
AFROAMER 456 Soul Music and the African American Freedom Movement3
AFROAMER 469 Interdisciplinary Studies in the Arts1-4
AFROAMER 501 19th Century Afro-American Literature3
AFROAMER/​MUSIC  509 Seminar in Afro-American Music History and Criticism3
AFROAMER/​POLI SCI  519 African American Political Theory3-4
AFROAMER/​HDFS/​SOC WORK  521 African American Families3
AFROAMER/​HIST SCI/​MED HIST  523 Race, American Medicine and Public Health3
AFROAMER 525 Major Authors3
AFROAMER/​ED POL  567 History of African American Education3
AFROAMER 605 Critical and Theoretical Issues in Afro-American Literature3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  624 African American Women's Activism (19th & 20th Centuries)3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  625 Gender, Race and the Civil Rights Movement3
AFROAMER/​HISTORY  628 History of the Civil Rights Movement in the United States3
AFROAMER 631 Colloquium in Afro-American History3
AFROAMER/​ART HIST  643 Selected Topics in African Diaspora Art History3
AFROAMER 669 Interdisciplinary Studies in the Arts1-4
AFROAMER 671 Selected Topics in Afro-American History3
AFROAMER/​ENGL  672 Selected Topics in Afro-American Literature3
AFROAMER 673 Selected Topics in Afro-American Society3
AFROAMER/​ART  674 Selected Topics on Afro-American Artists3
AFROAMER 675 Selected Topics in Afro-American Culture3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  677 Critical and Theoretical Perspectives in Black Women's Writings3
AFROAMER 678 Modern/Contemporary Art of Nigeria and the African Diaspora3
AFROAMER/​GEN&WS  679 Visual Culture, Gender and Critical Race Theory3
ANTHRO 300 Cultural Anthropology: Theory and Ethnography3
ANTHRO 327 Peoples of the Andes Today3
ANTHRO 330 Topics in Ethnology (SE Asia)3-4
ANTHRO 330 Topics in Ethnology (Anthropology of Foodways)3-4
ANTHRO 330 Topics in Ethnology (Brazil)3-4
ANTHRO 350 Political Anthropology3-4
ANTHRO 357 Introduction to the Anthropology of Japan3-4
ANTHRO 358 Anthropology of China3
ANTHRO 365 Medical Anthropology3
ANTHRO 369 Peoples and Cultures of Central and Eastern Europe3-4
ANTHRO/​LCA  462 Anthropology of South Asia3
ANTHRO 490 Undergraduate Seminar (Culture and Health in Africa)3
ANTHRO 606 Ethnicity, Nations, and Nationalism3-4
ANTHRO 677 Public Monuments and Symbols3
ART HIST 350 19th Century Painting in Europe3-4
ART HIST 351 20th Century Art in Europe3-4
ART HIST 354 Cross-Cultural Arts Around the Atlantic Rim: 1800 to the Present3-4
ART HIST 357 European Architecture: The Nineteenth Century3-4
ART HIST 358 European Architecture: The Modern Movements3-4
ART HIST 371 Chinese Painting3-4
ART HIST 372 Arts of Japan3-4
ART HIST 411 Topics in Asian Art (Modern & Contempor)3-4
ART HIST 454 Art in Germany, 1900-19453-4
ART HIST 479 Art and History in Africa3-4
ASIAN AM/​ENGL  270 A Survey of Asian American Literature3
ATM OCN 100 Weather and Climate3
ATM OCN 101 Weather and Climate4
ATM OCN/​ENVIR ST/​GEOG  121 Atmospheric Environment and Society2
ATM OCN/​ENVIR ST  171 Global Change: Atmospheric Issues and Problems2-3
ATM OCN/​ENVIR ST  520 Bioclimatology3
ATM OCN/​ENVIR ST/​GEOG  528 Past Climates and Climatic Change3
ATM OCN/​ENVIR ST  535 Atmospheric Dispersion and Air Pollution3
BOTANY 240 Plants and Humans3
C&E SOC/​SOC  245 Technology and Society3
C&E SOC/​ENVIR ST/​SOC  540 Sociology of International Development, Environment, and Sustainability3
C&E SOC/​SOC/​URB R PL  617 Community Development3
CHICLA/​HISTORY  462 The American West Since 18503-4
CHICLA/​SOC  470 Sociodemographic Analysis of Mexican Migration3
CHICLA 519 Transnational and Comparative Working-Class Cultures3-4
COM ARTS 310 Topics in Rhetoric and Communication Science (Intercultural Comm & Rhetoric)3
COM ARTS 346 Critical Internet Studies3
COM ARTS 350 Introduction to Film3
COM ARTS 352 Film History to 19603
COM ARTS 371 Communication and Conflict Resolution3
COM ARTS 372 Rhetoric of Campaigns and Revolutions3
COM ARTS/​RELIG ST  374 The Rhetoric of Religion3
COM ARTS 455 French Film3
COM ARTS 456 Russian and Soviet Film3
COM ARTS 458 Global Media Cultures3
COM ARTS/​ITALIAN  460 Italian Film3
COM ARTS 470 Contemporary Political Discourse3
COM ARTS 557 Contemporary Media Industries3
COM ARTS 577 Dynamics of Online Relationships3
COMP LIT 203 Introduction to Cross-Cultural Literary Forms3
COMP LIT 375 Literature and Related Disciplines3-4
COMP LIT 379 Literature and Ethnic Experience3-4
DS/​LAND ARC  639 Culture and Built Environment3
E A STDS/​E ASIAN  300 Humanities Topics in East Asian Studies (Intro to Korean Culture)1-3
E A STDS/​E ASIAN  300 Humanities Topics in East Asian Studies (Korean Culture)1-3
E A STDS/​E ASIAN  300 Humanities Topics in East Asian Studies (Survey of Tibetan Buddhism)1-3
E A STDS 301 Social Studies Topics in East Asian Studies (Two Koreas)1-3
E A STDS 301 Social Studies Topics in East Asian Studies (Korean)1-3
E ASIAN 253 Introduction to Japanese Culture and Civilization3
E ASIAN 352 Survey of Chinese Literature3
E ASIAN 354 Survey of Japanese Literature3
E ASIAN 520 Popular Culture and Film in Twentieth-Century China3
ECON 330 Money and Banking4
ECON 364 Survey of International Economics3-4
ECON 464 International Trade and Finance3-4
ECON/​HISTORY  466 The American Economy Since 18653-4
ECON 467 International Industrial Organizations3-4
ECON 475 Economics of Growth3-4
ECON/​A A E  567 Public Finance in Less Developed Countries3
ED POL 150 Education and Public Policy (Human Rights & Education)3
ED POL/​INTL ST  335 Globalization and Education3
ED POL 340 Comparative Education3
ED POL/​ANTHRO  570 Anthropology and Education3
ED POL/​HISTORY  622 History of Radical and Experimental Education in the US and UK3
ED POL 675 Introduction to Comparative and International Education3
ED POL/​CURRIC  677 Education, Health and Sexuality: Global Perspective and Policies3
ENGL/​LITTRANS  223 Vladimir Nabokov: Russian and American Writings3
ENGL 352 Modernist Poetry3
ENGL 353 British Literature since 19003
ENGL 453 Topic in British Literature and Culture since 19003
ENGL/​LCA  478 Indian Writers Abroad: Literature, Diaspora and Globalization3
ENGL/​THEATRE  575 British Drama, 1914 to Present3
ENVIR ST/​ILS  126 Principles of Environmental Science4
ENVIR ST/​GEOG  309 People, Land and Food: Comparative Study of Agriculture Systems3
ENVIR ST/​ATM OCN/​GEOG  332 Global Warming: Science and Impacts3
ENVIR ST/​A A E/​ECON  343 Environmental Economics3-4
ENVIR ST/​LAND ARC  361 Wetlands Ecology3
ENVIR ST/​BSE  367 Renewable Energy Systems3
ENVIR ST/​M&ENVTOX/​PL PATH  368 Environmental Law, Toxic Substances, and Conservation2
ENVIR ST/​N E  373 Nuclear Energy and the Environment3
ENVIR ST 401 Special Topics: Environmental Perspectives in the Physical Sciences (Sustainability Science)1-4
ENVIR ST 402 Special Topics: Social Perspectives in Environmental Studies (People,Environment)1-4
ENVIR ST/​ECON/​POLI SCI/​URB R PL  449 Government and Natural Resources3-4
ENVIR ST/​POP HLTH  471 Introduction to Environmental Health3
ENVIR ST/​POP HLTH  502 Air Pollution and Human Health3
ENVIR ST/​F&W ECOL  515 Natural Resources Policy3
ENVIR ST 539 Air Resources Science and Policy3
ENVIR ST/​SOIL SCI  575 Assessment of Environmental Impact3
ENVIR ST/​URB R PL  668 Green Politics: Global Experience, American Prospects3
ENVIR ST/​A A E/​ECON/​URB R PL  671 Energy Economics3
F&W ECOL 318 Principles of Wildlife Ecology3
F&W ECOL 410 Principles of Silviculture3
F&W ECOL 450 Communities and Forests3
F&W ECOL/​ENVIR ST/​HISTORY  452 World Forest History3
FOLKLORE/​AFRICAN  270 The Hero and Trickster in African Oral Traditions3
FOLKLORE/​LCA  279 Introduction to Turkish Folk Literature3
FOLKLORE/​ANTHRO  344 Anthropological Approaches to Folklore3
FOLKLORE 510 Folklore Theory3
FOLKLORE/​DS  512 Material Culture Analysis: The Arts and the Consumer Society3
FOLKLORE 560 Folklore in a Digital Age3
FRENCH 211 French Interdisciplinary Studies3
FRENCH 240 Immigration and Expression3
FRENCH/​INTL BUS  313 Professional Communication and Culture in the Francophone World3
FRENCH/​INTL BUS  314 Contemporary Issues in Government, Organizations, and Enterprise3
FRENCH 322 Introduction to Literature of Modernity3
FRENCH 325 Visual Culture in French/Francophone Studies3
FRENCH 348 Modernity Studies3
FRENCH 433 Readings in Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Literature3
FRENCH 449 Francophone Modernity Studies3
FRENCH 462 French/Francophone Cultural Studies Across the Centuries3
FRENCH 465 French/Francophone Film3
FRENCH 467 Aspects of Contemporary French Literature3
FRENCH 472 French/Francophone Literature and Women3
FRENCH 595 Theory and Practice of French/Francophone Drama4
GEN&WS/​ENGL  250 Women in Literature3
GEN&WS 310 Special Topics in Gender, Women and the Humanities (Queer Film)1-3
GEN&WS 310 Special Topics in Gender, Women and the Humanities (Virginia Woolf)1-3
GEN&WS 320 Special Topics in Gender, Women and Society (Women and Change in Africa)1-3
GEN&WS/​AFROAMER  367 Art and Visual Culture: Women of the African Diaspora and Africa3
GEN&WS 420 Women in Cross-Societal Perspective3
GEN&WS 424 Women's International Human Rights3
GEN&WS 426 Women and Grassroots Politics Across the Globe3
GEN&WS/​HISTORY/​LCA  472 Women in Turkish Society3
GEN&WS/​POLI SCI  429 Gender and Politics in Comparative Perspective3-4
GEN&WS/​URB R PL  644 International Development and Gender3
GEOG 101 Introduction to Human Geography4
GEOG/​ENVIR ST  120 Introduction to the Earth System3
GEOG/​ENVIR ST  127 Physical Systems of the Environment5
GEOG/​ENVIR ST  139 Living in the Global Environment: An Introduction to People-Environment Geography3-4
GEOG 301 Geography of Social Organization3
GEOG/​URB R PL  305 Introduction to the City3-4
GEOG 318 Introduction to Geopolitics3
GEOG 319 Environmental Evaluation and Adaptation3
GEOG 321 Climatology3
GEOG/​ATM OCN/​ENVIR ST/​GEOSCI  335 Climatic Environments of the Past3
GEOG/​BOTANY  338 Environmental Biogeography3
GEOG/​ENVIR ST  339 Environmental Conservation4
GEOG 340 World Regions in Global Context3
GEOG 349 Europe3
GEOG 355 Africa, South of the Sahara3
GEOG 358 Human Geography of Southeast Asia3
GEOG/​C&E SOC/​ENVIR ST  434 People, Wildlife and Landscapes3
GEOG/​ENVIR ST/​HISTORY  460 American Environmental History4
GEOG 475 Topics in Geography1-4
GEOG/​URB R PL  506 Historical Geography of European Urbanization3
GEOG 510 Economic Geography4
GEOG/​ENVIR ST  534 Environmental Governance: Markets, States and Nature3
GEOG/​ENVIR ST  537 Culture and Environment4
GEOG 538 The Humid Tropics: Ecology, Subsistence, and Development4
GEOG/​ENVIR ST  557 Development and Environment in Southeast Asia3
GEOSCI/​ATM OCN  105 Survey of Oceanography3-4
GEOSCI/​ENVIR ST  106 Environmental Geology3
GEOSCI/​ENVIR ST  410 Minerals as a Public Problem3
GEOSCI/​ENVIR ST  411 Energy Resources3
GERMAN 245 Topics in Dutch Life and Culture (Dutch Tolerance)3
GERMAN 245 Topics in Dutch Life and Culture (Low Lands or High Water)3
GERMAN 278 Topics in German Culture (Kafka and Kafkaesque)3
GERMAN 278 Topics in German Culture (Culture in 20th Century)3
GERMAN 305 Literatur des 20. und 21. Jahrhunderts3-4
GERMAN 325 Topics in Dutch Literature (Bezetting, Holocaust)3
GERMAN 325 Topics in Dutch Literature (lit:reizen,migratie)3
GERMAN 362 Topics in German Literature (Musik)3-4
GERMAN 362 Topics in German Literature (Migration in deutscher)3-4
GERMAN 372 Topics in German Culture (Deutschsprachige Lieder)3-4
GERMAN 372 Topics in German Culture (Oesterreich)3-4
GERMAN 372 Topics in German Culture (Deutscher Film)3-4
GERMAN 372 Topics in German Culture (Green Germany)3-4
GERMAN 372 Topics in German Culture (China-German Point of View)3-4
GERMAN 411 Kultur des 20. Jahrhunderts3-4
GERMAN 445 Topics in Dutch Culture (Lage landen of hoog water?)3-4
GERMAN/​JEWISH  510 German-Jewish Culture Since the 18th Century3
GERMAN/​COM ARTS  655 German Film3
HIST SCI 337 History of Technology3
HIST SCI 339 Technology and Its Critics Since World War II3
HIST SCI/​ENVIR ST  353 History of Ecology3
HIST SCI/​HISTORY/​MED HIST  508 Health, Disease and Healing II3-4
HIST SCI/​ENVIR ST/​MED HIST  513 Environment and Health in Global Perspective3
HIST SCI/​MED HIST/​POP HLTH  553 International Health and Global Society3
HISTORY 201 The Historian's Craft (various)3-4
HISTORY 221 Explorations in American History (H) (US-Latin Amer Relations)3-4
HISTORY 223 Explorations in European History (H) (Commodity Culture in Europe)3-4
HISTORY 223 Explorations in European History (H) (Wars of Religion Since 1914)3-4
HISTORY 229 Explorations in Transnational/Comparative History (Humanities) (South Asians in Diaspora)3
HISTORY 229 Explorations in Transnational/Comparative History (Humanities) (Pan-Asianism)3
HISTORY 241 Latin America from 1780 to 19404
HISTORY 242 Modern Latin America, 1898 to the Present4
HISTORY/​GEOG/​LCA/​POLI SCI/​SOC  244 Introduction to Southeast Asia: Vietnam to the Philippines4
HISTORY/​ASIAN AM/​LCA  246 Southeast Asian Refugees of the "Cold" War4
HISTORY 319 The Vietnam Wars3-4
HISTORY 335 Korean History, 1945 to present3-4
HISTORY/​AFROAMER  347 The Caribbean and its Diasporas3
HISTORY 357 The Second World War3-4
HISTORY/​GEN&WS  392 Women in History3-4
HISTORY 403 Immigration and Assimilation in American History3-4
HISTORY 418 History of Russia3-4
HISTORY 419 History of Soviet Russia3-4
HISTORY 420 Russian Social and Intellectual History3-4
HISTORY/​LEGAL ST  426 The History of Punishment3-4
HISTORY 434 American Foreign Relations, 1901 to the Present3-4
HISTORY 441 Revolution and Conflict in Modern Latin America3-4
HISTORY/​E A STDS  454 Samurai: History and Image3-4
HISTORY/​LCA  458 History of Southeast Asia Since 18003-4
HISTORY 475 European Social History, 1914-Present3-4
HISTORY 503 Irish and Scottish Migrations3
HISTORY 514 European Cultural History Since 18703-4
HISTORY 533 Multi-Racial Societies in Latin America3-4
HISTORY 607 The American Impact Abroad: The Historical Dimension3
HORT 370 World Vegetable Crops3
ILS 371 Interdisciplinary Studies in the Arts and Humanities (Tocqueville Democracy)3
INTL BUS 200 International Business3
INTL BUS/​GEN BUS  320 Intercultural Communication in Business3
INTL BUS/​A A E/​ECON  462 Latin American Economic Development3
INTL BUS 365 Contemporary Topics (International Perspectives)1-3
INTL ST 322 Washington DC Semester in International Affairs Internship Seminar4
INTL ST/​POLI SCI  325 Social Movements and Revolutions in Latin America3-4
INTL ST/​POLI SCI  327 Indian Politics in Comparative Perspective3
INTL ST/​ED POL  335 Globalization and Education3
INTL ST/​A A E  373 Globalization, Poverty and Development3
INTL ST/​A A E  374 The Growth and Development of Nations in the Global Economy3
INTL ST 401 Topics in Global Security3-4
INTL ST 402 Topics in Politics and Policy in the Global Economy3-4
INTL ST 403 Topics in Culture in the Age of Globalization3-4
INTL ST 404 Topics in Global Environment3-4
INTL ST/​POLI SCI  423 Social Mobilization in Latin America3
INTL ST/​POLI SCI  431 Contentious Politics3-4
INTL ST/​POLI SCI  434 The Politics of Human Rights3-4
INTL ST/​POLI SCI  436 Political Inequality: Measures, Causes, Effects and Remedies3
INTL ST/​POLI SCI  439 The Comparative Study of Genocide3-4
INTL ST 501 Study Abroad Topics in Global Security1-6
INTL ST 502 Study Abroad Topics in Politics and Policy in the Global Economy1-6
INTL ST 503 Study Abroad Topics in Culture in the Age of Globalization1-6
INTL ST 504 Study Abroad Topics in Global Environment1-6
INTL ST 520 Study Abroad Topics in International Studies1-6
INTL ST/​GEN&WS  535 Women's Global Health and Human Rights3
INTL ST 601 Topics in Global Security1-4
INTL ST 602 Topics in Politics and Policy in the Global Economy1-4
INTL ST 603 Topics in Culture in the Age of Globalization1-4
INTL ST 604 Topics in Global Environment1-4
INTL ST 620 Topics in International Studies1-4
INTL ST 622 Washington DC Sem in International Affairs Seminar4
ITALIAN 230 Modern Italian Culture3
ITALIAN 322 Introduction to Italian Literature3
ITALIAN 450 Special Topics in Italian Literature (Modern Italian Drama)3
ITALIAN 452 Special Topics in Italian Studies: Culture, Film, Language (Culture)3
ITALIAN 452 Special Topics in Italian Studies: Culture, Film, Language (Political Fictn/Film in Italy)3
ITALIAN/​COM ARTS  460 Italian Film3
ITALIAN 637 La Poesia del Novecento3
JEWISH/​SOC  258 The Jews, States, and Citizenship: A Sociological Perspective3
JEWISH/​LITTRANS  367 Israeli Fiction in Translation3-4
JEWISH/​ANTHRO/​RELIG ST  372 Jews of Central and Eastern Europe3-4
JEWISH/​HISTORY  416 Eastern European Jews in the United States, 1880s-1930s3-4
JEWISH/​PHILOS  442 Moral Philosophy and the Holocaust3
JEWISH/​CURRIC/​HISTORY  515 Holocaust: History, Memory and Education3
JEWISH/​ENGL  539 Jewish Literatures in Diaspora3
JEWISH 625 The Holocaust: Facts, Trials, Verdicts, Post-Verdicts3
JEWISH/​POLI SCI  665 Israeli Politics and Society3-4
JOURN/​COM ARTS/​LSC  617 Health Communication in the Information Age3
JOURN 618 Mass Communication and Political Behavior4
JOURN 620 International Communication4
JOURN 621 Mass Communication in Developing Nations4
L I S 201 The Information Society4
L I S 661 Information Ethics and Policy3
LACIS 440 Topics in Latin American, Caribbean, and Iberian Studies (Labor in the Americas)1-4
LCA 300 Topics in Languages and Cultures of Asia (Sexuality in South Asia)3
LCA 300 Topics in Languages and Cultures of Asia (Indian Traditions Modern Age)3
LCA 311 Modern Indian Literatures3
LCA/​RELIG ST  357 Literatures of Muslim Societies3
LCA 361 Survey of Indonesian Cultures3
LCA/​RELIG ST  402 Thought of Gandhi3
LCA 403 Southeast Asian Literature3
LCA/​ART HIST  428 Visual Cultures of South Asia3
LCA 441 Language and Society in Southeast Asia3
LCA/​HISTORY  450 Making of Modern South Asia3-4
LCA/​HISTORY  458 History of Southeast Asia Since 18003-4
LCA 579 Fiction and Ethnography in Turkey3
LCA/​ART HIST  621 Mapping, Making, and Representing Colonial Spaces3
LCA 630 Proseminar: Studies in Cultures of Asia (Everyday: Lives, Spaces)3
LCA LANG 617 Thai Poetry3
LCA LANG 618 Thai Prose Literature: The Short Story3
LCA LANG 654 Advanced Readings in Hindi Literature3
LCA LANG 677 Advanced Readings in Tibetan3
LEGAL ST 409 Human Rights in Law and Society3
LEGAL ST/​L I S  663 Introduction to Cyberlaw3
LINGUIS/​ANTHRO/​LCA  430 Language and Culture3-4
LITTRANS 203 Survey of 19th and 20th Century Russian Literature in Translation I4
LITTRANS 204 Survey of 19th and 20th Century Russian Literature in Translation II4
LITTRANS/​GEN&WS  205 Women in Russian Literature in Translation3-4
LITTRANS 211 Modern Indian Literatures in Traslation3
LITTRANS 214 Literatures of Central Asia in Translation3
LITTRANS 220 Chekhov in Translation3-4
LITTRANS 222 Dostoevsky in Translation3-4
LITTRANS 224 Tolstoy in Translation3-4
LITTRANS 226 Introduction to Luso-Afro-Brazilian Literature3
LITTRANS 234 Soviet Life and Culture Through Literature and Art (from 1917)3-4
LITTRANS 240 Soviet Literature in Translation3-4
LITTRANS 247 Topics in Slavic Literatures in Translation (Representing Holocaust)3
LITTRANS 247 Topics in Slavic Literatures in Translation (Russia & Jews)3
LITTRANS 254 In Translation: Lit of Modern Italy-Existentialism, Fascism, Resistance3
LITTRANS/​RELIG ST  257 Literatures of Muslim Societies in Translation3
LITTRANS/​GEN&WS  270 German Women Writers in Translation3
LITTRANS 273 Urdu Prose Fiction in India and Pakistan in Translation3
LITTRANS 274 In Translation: Masterpieces of Scandinavian Literature-the 20th Century3-4
LITTRANS 277 Topics in Twentieth-Century German Literature (in Translation) (German Lit)3
LITTRANS 301 Modern Indonesian Literature in Translation3
LITTRANS 304 Southeast Asian Literature in Translation3
LITTRANS 326 Topics in Dutch Literature in Translation (Dutch Lit: Travel & Migration)3
LITTRANS 331 In Translation: Scandinavian Topics in Depth1-2
LITTRANS 334 In Translation: The Art of Isak Dinesen/Karen Blixen3-4
LITTRANS 338 In Translation: Knut Hamsun and the 20th Century Norwegian Novel3-4
LITTRANS 343 In Translation: The Woman in Scandinavian Literature3-4
LITTRANS/​THEATRE  349 In Translation: Modern Scandinavian Drama4
LITTRANS 368 Modern Japanese Fiction3
LITTRANS 373 Topics in Japanese Literature (Evangelion)3
LITTRANS 373 Topics in Japanese Literature (Japanese Ghost Stories)3
LITTRANS 373 Topics in Japanese Literature (Writing the Environment)3
LITTRANS 455 Modern Serbian and Croatian Literature in Translation3
LITTRANS 473 Polish Literature (in Translation) since 18633
MARKETNG/​INTL BUS  420 Global Marketing Strategy3
MED HIST 526 Medical Technology and the Body3
MED HIST/​HIST SCI  668 Topics in History of Medicine (Health, Disease & Medicine)3
MUSIC/​AFROAMER  400 Music Cultures of the World: Africa, Europe, the Americas3
MUSIC/​FOLKLORE  401 Musical Cultures of the World3
MUSIC/​FOLKLORE  402 Musical Cultures of the World3
MUSIC/​FOLKLORE  404 Music of S.E. Asia: Tradition, Innovation, Politics, and Religion3
MUSIC 416 Survey of Music in the Twentieth Century3
NUTR SCI/​AGRONOMY/​ENTOM  203 Introduction to Global Health3
PHILOS/​ENVIR ST  441 Environmental Ethics3-4
PHILOS 555 Political Philosophy3
PHILOS 557 Issues in Social Philosophy3
PHYSICS/​ENVIR ST  472 Scientific Background to Global Environmental Problems3
POLI SCI 266 The Development of Modern Western Political Thought3-4
POLI SCI 313 Bargaining in the Global Economy3-4
POLI SCI/​INTL ST  325 Social Movements and Revolutions in Latin America3-4
POLI SCI 330 Political Economy of Development3
POLI SCI 333 International Politics of the Middle East3-4
POLI SCI 340 The European Union: Politics and Political Economy3-4
POLI SCI 343 Theories of International Security3-4
POLI SCI 346 China in World Politics3-4
POLI SCI 347 Terrorism3
POLI SCI 348 Analysis of International Relations3-4
POLI SCI 350 International Political Economy3-4
POLI SCI 351 Politics of the World Economy3-4
POLI SCI 353 The Third World in the International System3-4
POLI SCI 354 International Institutions and World Order3-4
POLI SCI 356 Principles of International Law3-4
POLI SCI 359 American Foreign Policy3-4
POLI SCI 363 Literature and Politics3-4
POLI SCI 377 Nuclear Weapons and World Politics3-4
POLI SCI 401 Selected Topics in Political Science (Global Governance)3-4
POLI SCI 421 The Challenge of Democratization3-4
POLI SCI/​INTL ST  423 Social Mobilization in Latin America3
POLI SCI/​INTL ST  431 Contentious Politics3-4
POLI SCI 432 Comparative Legal Institutions3-4
POLI SCI 438 Comparative Political Culture3-4
POLI SCI/​INTL ST  434 The Politics of Human Rights3-4
POLI SCI/​INTL ST  439 The Comparative Study of Genocide3-4
POLI SCI 455 African International Relations3-4
POLI SCI 460 Topics in Political Philosophy (Economic Inequality)3-4
POLI SCI 529 Arab-Israeli Conflict3-4
POLI SCI 534 Socialism and Transitions to the Market3-4
POLI SCI 538 Politics and Policies in the European Union3-4
POLI SCI 561 Radical Political Theory3-4
POLI SCI 601 Proseminar: Topics in Political Science (Post-Conflict)3
POLI SCI/​RELIG ST  618 Political Islam3-4
POLI SCI 637 Comparative Political Economy3-4
POLI SCI 640 Politics of Japan3-4
POLI SCI 652 The Politics of Development3-4
POLI SCI 654 Politics of Revolution3-4
POLI SCI 659 Politics and Society: Contemporary Eastern Europe3-4
POLI SCI/​LCA  663 South Asia and the Global System: Economy, Security & Culture3-4
POLI SCI/​JEWISH  665 Israeli Politics and Society3-4
POLI SCI 690 Study Abroad Topics in Political Science: Comparative Politics (Political Economy)1-4
PORTUG/​GEN&WS  450 Brazillian Women Writers3
PORTUG 467 Survey of Portuguese Literature since 18253
PORTUG 640 Topics in Luso-Brazilian Literature (LusoAfroBrazilian Studies)3
POP HLTH 370 Introduction to Public Health: Local to Global Perspectives3
PSYCH 428 Introduction to Cultural Psychology3-4
RELIG ST/​ANTHRO  343 Anthropology of Religion3-4
RELIG ST/​HISTORY  379 Islam in Iran3
RELIG ST 400 Topics in Religious Studies - Humanities (Indian Traditions Modern Age)3-4
RELIG ST 400 Topics in Religious Studies - Humanities (Belief & Unbelief)3-4
RELIG ST/​HISTORY/​LCA  547 Religion, Colonialism & Modernity in Southeast Asia3
RELIG ST/​POLI SCI  618 Political Islam3-4
SCAND ST 251 Readings in Norwegian Literature3-4
SCAND ST 261 Readings in Swedish Literature3-4
SCAND ST 271 Readings in Danish Literature3-4
SCAND ST 374 Masterpieces of Scandinavian Literature: the Twentieth Century3-4
SCAND ST 420 The Woman in Scandinavian Literature4
SCAND ST 425 Knut Hamsun and the 20th Century Norwegian Novel4
SCAND ST 427 Contemporary Scandinavian Literature4
SCAND ST/​HISTORY  432 History of Scandinavia Since 18153
SCAND ST 434 The Art of Isak Dinesen/Karen Blixen4
SCAND ST 437 Modern Scandinavian Drama4
SCAND ST/​FOLKLORE  443 Sami Culture, Yesterday and Today4
SCAND ST 466 Greenland - Past, Present, and Future3
SCAND ST 476 Scandinavian Life and Civilization II4
SCAND ST 635 Survey of Scandinavian Literature: 1800-18903
SLAVIC 242 Literatures and Cultures of Eastern Europe3
SLAVIC 302 Zarys historii literatury polskiej3
SLAVIC 321 Fourth Year Russian I4
SLAVIC 322 Fourth Year Russian II4
SLAVIC/​RELIG ST  325 Eastern Christianity/Russian Orthodoxy in a Global Context3
SLAVIC 405 Women in Russian Literature3-4
SLAVIC 420 Chekhov3-4
SLAVIC 434 Contemporary Russian Culture3
SLAVIC 439 Russia Today in Literature and Film4
SLAVIC 440 Soviet Literature3-4
SLAVIC 449 Istorija srpske i hrvatske literature3
SLAVIC 454 Moderna srpska i hrvatska literatura3
SLAVIC 472 Historia literatury polskiej po roku 18633
SOC 170 Population Problems3-4
SOC 225 Contemporary Chinese Society3
SOC/​C&E SOC/​F&W ECOL  248 Environment, Natural Resources, and Society3
SOC/​C&E SOC/​POP HLTH  380 Contemporary Population Problems for Honors3
SOC 496 Topics in Sociology (Intercultural Dialogues)1-3
SOC 496 Topics in Sociology (The Soviet Jewish Experience)1-3
SOC/​C&E SOC  541 Environmental Stewardship and Social Justice3
SOC/​LCA/​RELIG ST  614 Social Structures of Muslim Societies3
SOC 620 Comparative Racial Inequality3
SOC/​C&E SOC  623 Gender, Society, and Politics3
SOC 626 Social Movements3
SOC/​C&E SOC  630 Sociology of Developing Societies/Third World3
SOC 632 Sociology of Organizations3-4
SOC 633 Social Stratification3
SOC/​LCA/​RELIG ST  634 Social Structure of India3
SOC 640 Sociology of the Family3
SOC 646 Race and Ethnic Relations3
SOC/​ED POL  648 Sociology of Education3
SOC/​C&E SOC  649 Sociology of Work and Employment3
SOC/​C&E SOC  652 Sociology of Economic Institutions3
SOC/​C&E SOC  655 Microfoundations of Economic Sociology3
SOC/​ECON  663 Population and Society3
SOIL SCI/​ATM OCN  132 Earth's Water: Natural Science and Human Use3
SOIL SCI/​ENVIR ST/​GEOG  230 Soil: Ecosystem and Resource3
SOIL SCI/​ENVIR ST  324 Soils and Environmental Quality3
SPANISH 324 Survey of Modern Spanish Literature3
SPANISH 326 Survey of Spanish American Literature3
SPANISH/​INTL BUS  329 Spanish for Business3
SPANISH 361 Spanish Civilization3
SPANISH 363 Spanish American Civilization3
SPANISH 453 Literature of the Twentieth Century3
SPANISH/​CHICLA  459 Mexico in the Chicano and Chicana Literary Imagination3
SPANISH 460 Literatura Hispanoamericana (Latin American Neo-Vanguards)3
SPANISH 461 The Spanish American Short Story3
SPANISH 462 Spanish American Theater and Drama3
SPANISH 463 The Spanish American Novel3
SPANISH 464 Spanish American Poetry and Essay3
SPANISH 465 Literature and Film in Spanish America3
SPANISH 468 Topics in Hispanic Culture (Documentary Film)3
SPANISH 468 Topics in Hispanic Culture (Minds and Machines)3
SPANISH 468 Topics in Hispanic Culture (Anthropocene:Cult,Econ,Enviro)3
THEATRE 327 History of Costume for the Stage3
THEATRE 351 Fundamentals of Asian Stage Discipline3
THEATRE 420 Theatre and Society3
THEATRE 424 Contemporary World Theatre and Dramatic Literature3
THEATRE 522 Experimental Drama: The Theatre of Europe 1850-the Present3
THEATRE 526 The Theatres of China and Japan3
THEATRE/​SLAVIC  532 History of Russian Theatre3
THEATRE/​ENGL  577 Postcolonial Theatre: Drama, Theory and Performance in the Global South3
URB R PL/​ECON/​REAL EST  641 Housing Economics and Policy3
ZOOLOGY/​BOTANY/​ENVIR ST  260 Introductory Ecology3
ZOOLOGY/​ENVIR ST  315 Limnology-Conservation of Aquatic Resources2
ZOOLOGY 316 Laboratory for Limnology-Conservation of Aquatic Resources2-3
ZOOLOGY/​ENVIR ST/​F&W ECOL  360 Extinction of Species3
ZOOLOGY/​AN SCI/​F&W ECOL  520 Ornithology3
ZOOLOGY 611 Comparative and Evolutionary Physiology3
ZOOLOGY/​BOTANY/​ENVIR ST/​F&W ECOL  651 Conservation Biology3
4

A maximum four courses from a single SUBJECT may be applied to the 35 credits in the major. This excludes INTL ST courses and courses cross-listed in INTL ST. For example: A student with five POLI SCI courses that could apply to the major will see only four of those courses applying in the international studies major. (However, if one of those POLI SCI courses is also cross-listed in INTL ST, that course will not count against the limit, and thus, all five POLI SCI courses will apply in the major). The degree audit (DARS) enforces this limitation.


Though some courses are identified as acceptable for two or more requirements, a course may meet only one requirement. For example,  a course that could count in either Option Core or Option Issues will meet only one of those requirements, based on which requirement needs that course to become satisfied. The degree audit (DARS) determines the best scenario.


Distinction in the Major

Students not enrolled in the Honors Program may apply for Distinction in the Major. Criteria include:

  1. A 3.500 grade point average in the major
  2. Completion of a Senior Thesis, Senior Seminar, or "substantial extra work" in an advanced course in the major
  3. A letter of recommendation from a member of the UW–Madison faculty to the international studies advising staff (submitted three weeks prior to the date of graduation).

Honors in the Major

Students may declare Honors in the International Studies Major in consultation with the International Studies advisor(s). They must declare prior to enrollment in their Senior Honors Thesis (typically second semester of junior year).

Honors in the International Studies Major Requirements

To earn a B.A. or B.S. with Honors in the Major in International Studies students must satisfy both the requirements for the major (above) and the following additional requirements:

  • Earn a 3.300 overall university GPA
  • Earn a 3.500 GPA in major courses
  • Complete 16 upper-level1 major credits, taken for Honors, with individual grades of B or better in each course2
  • Complete a two-semester Senior Honors Thesis, for a total of 6 credits, or two Senior Seminars, with grades of B or better; choose from:
Senior Honors Thesis (2 courses):
Senior Honors Thesis
and Senior Honors Thesis
Senior Honors Thesis
and Senior Honors Thesis
Senior Honors Thesis
and Senior Honors Thesis
Senior Honors Thesis
and Senior Honors Thesis
Senior Honors Thesis
and Senior Honors Thesis
Senior Honors Thesis-First Semester
and Senior Honors Thesis-Second Semester
Senior Honors Thesis
and Senior Honors Thesis
Senior Honors Thesis
and Senior Honors Thesis
Senior Honors Thesis
and Senior Honors Thesis
Senior Honors Thesis
and Senior Honors Thesis
Senior Honors Thesis
and Senior Honors Thesis
Senior Honors Thesis
and Senior Honors Thesis
Senior Seminar (2 courses):
Topics in Global Security
Topics in Politics and Policy in the Global Economy
Topics in Culture in the Age of Globalization
Topics in Global Environment
1

All intermediate- and advanced-level courses counting in the major are considered upper level.

2

A maximum of 2 courses and 8 credits from UW–Madison Study Abroad may count.

University Degree Requirements

Total Degree To receive a bachelor's degree from UW–Madison, students must earn a minimum of 120 degree credits. The requirements for some programs may exceed 120 degree credits. Students should consult with their college or department advisor for information on specific credit requirements.
Residency Degree candidates are required to earn a minimum of 30 credits in residence at UW–Madison. "In residence" means on the UW–Madison campus with an undergraduate degree classification. “In residence” credit also includes UW–Madison courses offered in distance or online formats and credits earned in UW–Madison Study Abroad/Study Away programs.
Quality of Work Undergraduate students must maintain the minimum grade point average specified by the school, college, or academic program to remain in good academic standing. Students whose academic performance drops below these minimum thresholds will be placed on academic probation.
  1. Interdisciplinarity: analyzing contemporary political, economic, security and cultural realities globally from multi-disciplinary perspectives, ideally including humanities, social sciences, humanitarian, and sometimes natural science approaches.
  2. Depth of knowledge: mastering at the undergraduate generalist level major issues related to key themes in International Studies (e.g. culture, global security and political economy) by taking 15 credits in one particular theme area.
  3. Regional (studies) grounding: understanding the social, political, economic and cultural forces and conditions that have given rise to the unity and diversity of a specific region of the world today.
  4. Language knowledge: mastering at the undergraduate generalist level a particular facet of life in one or more region of the world by studying a foreign language to at least the advanced (5th semester) level.
  5. Analytical skills: demonstrating the ability to think critically and analytically, the capacity to write clearly and effectively, and the ability to identify and evaluate research methods and outcomes.

International Studies Major ADVISING STAFF

International studies majors have a wide variety of academic advising and career resources and support. Academic advising is essential to a successful undergraduate experience. For this reason, the international studies major has a professional advisor, a peer advisor, and a career advisor. We recommend that you meet with your advisor at least once per semester to track progress toward your degree, explore study abroad options, and begin the career exploration process. The IS major offers walk-in advising, advising workshops, and scheduled appointments. Students exploring the IS major should plan to attend an Intro to the IS Major workshop. To learn more about academic advising information, please visit the IS Major website.

Students should also begin the career advising process early.  The international studies major offers a 1-credit career class designed for sophomores or juniors. Students are strongly encouraged to meet with both the IS career advisor and L&S Career Services and apply for internship opportunities—both domestically and via International Internship Programs or the Washington DC Internship Program. The IS major also maintains a list of career events across campus that will benefit undergraduate students, hosts career workshops, and has a transition checklist to help students prepare for post-undergraduate life. For more information, please visit our website.

Kirsten Brown, Ph.D.—Academic Advisor

Csanád Siklós, Ph.D.—Academic Advisor

Joel Clark—Career Advisor

Letters & Science Career Resources

International Studies encourages our majors to begin working on their career exploration and preparation soon after arriving on campus. We partner with the L&S Career Services office to help you leverage the academic skills learned in your major and liberal arts degree, explore and try out different career paths, participate in internships, prepare for the job search and/or graduate school applications, and network with professionals in the field (alumni and employers).

Letters & Science graduates are in high demand by employers and graduate programs. It is important to us that our students are career ready at the time of graduation, and we are committed to your success.

Career Resources:

The international studies major is directed by Dr. Jo Ellen Fair, Professor of African Cultural Studies.

The advisors for the international studies major are Dr. Kirsten R. Brown and Dr. Csanád Siklós.

The career advisor is Dr. Joel Clark.

Study Abroad

International studies majors are strongly encourage to study abroad. The International Studies Major website provides information about how to plan your experience abroad.

INTERNSHIP ABROAD

International studies majors are strongly encourage to study abroad. Please review information on the International Studies Major website and the International Internship Program website about opporunities. 

Undergraduate Research

The international studies major encourages students to become engaged in undergraduate research. There are numerous programs that provide research opportunities for undergraduates at UW–Madison including: