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School of
Journalism
2007-2010
Academic Bulletin

School of Journalism
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Appendix B

Approved Culture Studies Courses

List A
List B
List C

List A

Courses on this list focus on a culture or cultures other than the cultures of the United States and of modern Western Europe.

African Studies
L 231 African Civilization
L 232 Contemporary Africa

Anthropology
E 110 Indians of Mexico: Ancient and Modern
E 260 Culture, Health, and Illness
E 310 Introduction to the Cultures of Africa
E 312 African Religions
E 321 Peoples of Mexico
E 322 Peoples of Brazil
E 327 Native Amazonians and the Environment
E 330 Indians of South America
E 332 Jewish Women: Anthropological Perspectives
E 334 Jews in Moslem Society
E 335 Ancient Civilizations of Mesoamerica
E 340 Indians of Mexico and Central America
E 345 China through Anthropological Eyes
E 348 Peoples and Cultures of Russia, Ukraine, and Newly Independent States
E 370 Peasant Society and Culture
E 371 Modern Jewish Culture and Society
E 397 (CEUS-U 397/NELC-N 397) Peoples and Cultures of the Middle East
E 398 (CEUS-U 398) Peoples and Cultures of Central Asia
E 412 Anthropology of Russia and Eastern Europe
E 417 African Women
E 418 Globalization and Consumer Culture
E 475 Law and Culture
P 230 Archaeology of the Ancient Maya
P 350 Archaeology of Ancient Mexico
P 370 Ancient Civilizations of the Andes
P 371 Prehistory of Lowland South America

Apparel Merchandising and Interior Design
H 401 Cultural Aspects of Dress

Central Eurasian Studies
U 254 Introduction to the Ancient Near East and Central Asia
U 284 The Civilization of Tibet
U 311 Prophets, Poets, and Kings: Iranian Civilization
U 320 Topics in Central Eurasian Studies, Approved Topics:
    “Budapest in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries: The Evolution of a           European Capital”
    “Art and Music of Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Hungary”
    “Constructing Culture: Imagine Tibet”
U 346 Literature of the Ottoman Court in Translation
U 350 Turkish Literature in Translation
U 368 The Mongol Century
U 372 Persian Literature in Translation
U 373 Persian Mystical Literature in Translation
U 388 Chinese Inner Asia to 1949
U 392 Shrine and Pilgrimage in Central Asian Islam
U 393 The Yasavi Sufis and Central Asian Islam
U 394 Islam in the Soviet Union and Successor States
U 395 Central Asian Politics and Society
U 397 (ANTH-E 397/NELC-N 397) Peoples and Cultures of the Middle East
U 398 (ANTH-E 398) Peoples and Cultures of Central Asia
U 423 Hungary between 1890 and 1945
U 427 Hungary from 1945 to Present
U 450 Turkish Oral Literature
U 459 Seminar in Turkish Studies
U 483 Introduction to the History of Tibet
U 489 Tibet and the West
U 490 Sino-Tibetan Relations
U 497 Inner Asian Peoples and Nationality Policy in the People’s Republic of     China

Classical Studies
C 101 Ancient Greek Culture
C 102 Roman Culture
C 205 Classical Mythology
C 206 (FINA-A 206) Classical Art and Archaeology
C 308 Roman Law
C 310 Classical Drama
C 311 Classical Epics
C 350 Greek Literature in Translation
C 351 The Golden Age of Athens
C 360 Roman Literature in Translation

Communication and Culture
C 202 Media in the Global Context
C 334 Current Topics in Communication and Culture, Approved Topic:
    “International Deaf Communities”
C 415 Topics in Communication and Culture in Comparative Perspective,     Approved Topic:
     “South Asia Through Performance”
C 422 Performance, Culture, and Power in the Middle East and North Africa

Comparative Literature
C 147 Images of the Self: East and West
C 155 Culture and the Modern Experience: An Interdisciplinary and International     Approach
C 200 Honors Seminar, Approved Topics:
    “Poetry and Society: the Arabic Ode in Comparative Text”
    “The Arabic Novel, from Center to Periphery”
C 257 Asian Literature and the Other Arts
C 261 Introduction to African Literature
C 262 Cross-Cultural Encounters
C 265 Introduction to East Asian Poetry
C 266 Introduction to East Asian Fiction
C 291 Studies in Non-Western Film
C 301 Special Topics in Comparative Literature
C 321 Medieval Literature
C 325 The Renaissance
C 340 Women in World Literature
C 360 Diasporic Literatures
C 361 African Literature and Other Arts
C 365 Japanese-Western Literary Relations
C 370 Arabic-Western Literary Relations
C 375 Chinese-Western Literary Relations
C 377 Topics in Yiddish Literature
C 378 Topics in Yiddish Culture
C 400 Studies in Comparative Literature, Approved Topic:
    “Arthurian Literature and Film”
C 415 Medieval Lyric
C 417 Medieval Narrative
C 445 Traditions of Christian Literature I
C 464 French Language Literature of Africa and the Americas

East Asian Languages and Cultures
E 100 East Asia: An Introduction
E 101 The World and East Asia
E 110 Popular Culture in East Asia
E 160 The Daoist Body
E 180 Cross-Cultural Experiences of War: East Asia and the United States
E 201 Issues in East Asian Literature
E 202 Issues in East Asian Traditions and Ideas
E 203 Issues in East Asian Cultural History
E 204 Issues in East Asian Society
E 231 Japan: The Living Tradition
E 232 China: The Enduring Heritage
E 233 Survey of Korean Civilization
E 251 Traditional East Asian Civilization
E 252 (HIST-H 207) Modern East Asian Civilization
E 256 Land and Society in East Asia
E 270 Japanese Language and Society
E 271 Twentieth-Century Japanese Culture
E 300 Studies in East Asian Literature
E 301 Chinese Language and Culture
E 302 Geographic Patterns in China
E 303 Korean Folk and Elite Cultures
E 305 Korean Language and Culture
E 321 Traditional Japanese Literature
E 322 Modern Japanese Literature
E 331 Traditional Chinese Literature
E 332 Chinese Literature Since 1300
E 333 Studies in Chinese Cinema
E 350 (HIST-G 380) Studies in East Asian Society
E 351 Studies in East Asian Thought
E 352 Studies in East Asian History
E 354 Society and Education in Japan
E 371 Twentieth-Century Chinese Literature
E 372 Japanese Fiction and Culture
E 374 (PHIL-P 374) Early Chinese Philosophy
E 384 East Asian Nationalism and Cultural Identity
E 386 United States-East Asian Relations
E 390 Contemporary Chinese Politics
E 392 Chinese Foreign Policy
E 393 China’s Political Economy
E 394 Business and Public Policy in Japan
E 395 Japan in World Trade and Politics
E 473 History of Japanese Theatre and Drama
E 497 Overseas Study Tour
J 491 Humanities Topics in Japanese
J 492 Historical and Cultural Topics in Japanese

English
L 241 American Jewish Writers
L 375 Studies in Jewish Literature
L 383 Studies in British or Commonwealth Culture, Approved Topics:
    “Change and Development in Medieval English Culture”
    “Indian Writing in English”
    “The Medieval Court: Romance and Reality”

Fine Arts
A 160 Introduction to East Asian Art
A 200 Topics in Art History, Approved Topic:
    “Introduction to Jewish Art”
A 206 (CLAS-C 206) Classical Art and Archaeology
A 214 Art and Life in Ancient Rome
A 226 Survey of Medieval Art
A 231 The Age of Giants: Art in the Time of Leonardo and Michelangelo
A 233 Renaissance and Baroque Art in Italy, 1250–1700
A 234 Renaissance Florence
A 250 Introduction to African Art
A 262 Introduction to Japanese Art and Culture
A 311 Art of the Classical Age of Greece
A 321 Early Medieval Art
A 327 Survey of Islamic Art
A 337 Age of Rubens and Rembrandt
A 346 Roots and Revolution: Early Twentieth-Century Mexican Art
A 351 Art of the South Pacific
A 352 Art of Eastern and Southern Africa
A 356 Art of Central Africa
A 360 Topics in East Asian Art
A 452 Art of Pre-Columbian America
A 453 Art of Sub-Saharan Africa I: Arts of Africa’s Western Sudan
A 454 Art of Sub-Saharan Africa II: Arts of the West African Coast
A 455 Art, Craft, and Technology in Sub-Saharan Africa
A 464 Art and Archaeology of Early China
A 466 Early Chinese Painting
A 467 Later Chinese Painting
A 480 Russian Art
A 490 Topics in Art History, Approved Topics:
     “Istanbul”
     “Ottoman Istanbul: From Imperial Capital to Modern Metropolis”

Folklore and Ethnomusicology
F 301 African Folklore/Folklife/Folk Music
F 305 Asian Folklore/Folklife/Folk Music
F 307 Middle Eastern Folklore/Folklife/Folk Music
F 315 Latin American Folklore/Folklife/Folk Music
F 320 Pacific Folklore/Folklife/Folk Music
F 351 North American Folklore/Folklife/Folk Music
F 358 Jewish Folklore/Folklife/Folk Music
F 360 Indiana Folklore/Folklife/Folk Music
F 361 Traditional Arts Indiana: Documenting Indiana Traditions
F 363 Women’s Folklore/Folklife/Folk Music
F 364 Children’s Folklore/Folklife/Folk Music

French and Italian
F 361 Introduction historique à la civilisation française I
F 410 French Literature of the Middle Ages
F 450 Colloquium in French Studies—Tradition and Ideas
F 460 La francophonie nord-americaine
F 463 Civilisation française I
M 222 Topics in Italian Culture
M 234 Florence in Florence
M 307 Masterpieces of Italian
    Literature I
M 333 Dante and His Times
M 334 Power and Imagination in Renaissance Italy
M 340 Sex and Society in Boccaccio
M 345 Literature of Italian Renaissance Art
M 445 Risorgimento

Gender Studies
G 215 Sex and Gender in Cross Cultural Perspective
G 225 Gender, Sexuality, and Popular Culture
G 410 International Feminist Debates, Approved Topic:
    “Black Feminism”

Geography
G 317 Geography of Developing Countries
G 323 Geography of Latin America
G 324 Geography of the Caribbean
G 425 Africa: Contemporary Geographic Problems
G 427 Russia and Its Neighbors

Germanic Studies
Y 300 Topics in Yiddish Literature
Y 350 Topics in Yiddish Culture

History
B 321 Modern Jewish History: From Expulsion to Revolution
B 322 Jews in the Modern World
B 323 History of the Holocaust
B 324 Zionism and the State of Israel
B 351 Western Europe in the Early Middle Ages
B 352 Western Europe in the High and Later Middle Ages
B 353 The Renaissance
B 354 The Reformation
B 355 Europe: Louis XIV to the French Revolution
B 356 French Revolution and Napoleon
C 388 Roman History
C 390 The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire
C 393 Ottoman History
D 101 Icon and Axe: Russia through the Ages
D 302 The Gorbachev Revolution and the Collapse of the Soviet Empire
D 303 Heroes and Villains in Russian History
D 304 Jews of Eastern Europe
D 305 Women in Russian History and Soviet Society
D 306 Muscovy and Imperial Russia, 1500–1801
D 308 Empire of the Tsar
D 309 Russia in World War II: Battles and People
D 310 Russian Revolutions and the Soviet Regime
D 320 Modern Ukraine
D 321 Hungarian History and Civilization to 1711
D 322 Hungarian History and Civilization: 1711–1918
D 325 Path to Emancipation: Nationalism in the Balkans, 1804–1923
D 327 Nation-Making and Imperial Decline in East Central Europe, 1780–1918
D 329 Eastern Europe in the First Half of the Twentieth Century
D 330 Eastern Europe in the Second Half of the Twentieth Century
E 331 African History from Ancient Times to Empires and City States
E 332 African History from Colonial Rule to Independence
E 333 Conflict in Southern Africa
E 334 History of Western Africa
E 336 History of East Africa
E 338 History of Muslim West Africa
F 336 Modern Central American History
F 343 Modern Brazil since 1850
F 345 History of Cuba and Puerto Rico
F 346 Modern Mexico
G 101 East Asia in World History
G 350 Modern South Asia: Eighteenth to Twentieth Century
G 357 Premodern Japan
G 358 Early Modern Japan
G 369 Modern Japan
G 372 Modern Korea
G 380 Early China
G 382 China: The Age of Glory
G 383 China: The Later Empires
G 385 Modern China
G 387 Contemporary China
H 102 The World in the Twentieth Century II
H 103 Europe: Renaissance to Napoleon
H 203 Islamic Civilization to 1300
H 205 Ancient Civilization
H 206 Medieval Civilization
H 207 (EALC-E 252) Modern East Asian Civilization
H 208 American-East Asian Relations
H 209 The Origins of Britain
H 211-H 212 Latin American Culture and Civilization I–II
H 213 The Black Death
H 223 Between Rome and Constantinople: Eastern Europe and Russia to     Mid-Fifteenth Century
H 227 African Civilizations
H 237 Traditional East Asian Civilization
H 238 Introduction to South Asian History and Civilization
H 240 History of World Population
H 251 Introduction to Jewish History: From the Bible to Spanish Expulsion
H 252 Introduction to Jewish History: From Spanish Expulsion to the Present
H 259 American Jewish History
J 300 Seminar in History, Approved Topic:
    “Traditional Chinese Society through Literature”

Hutton Honors College
H 303 Interdepartmental Colloquia, Approved Topics:
    “Constructing Culture: Discovering the Value of Diversity”
    “American Jewish Writers”
    “Literature of the Holocaust”

India Studies
I 212 The Civilization of Tibet
I 300 Passage to India: Emperors, Gurus, and Gods
I 310 An Introduction to India
I 320 Contemporary India: History, Politics, and Society
I 347 Meditation Traditions of India
I 368 Philosophies of India
I 370 Literature of India in Translation: Ancient and Classical
I 371 Medieval Devotional Literatures of India (in translation)
I 380 Women in South Asian Religious Traditions
I 402 Introduction to the History of Tibet

Jewish Studies
C 240 Contemporary Israeli Culture
C 340 The Kibbutz in Fact and Faction
H 480 Modern Hebrew Literature in Hebrew
H 485 Recent Hebrew Literature in Hebrew
L 380 Modern Hebrew Literature in English
L 385 Recent Hebrew Literature in English
L 395 S. Y. Agnon and the Jewish Experience

(Cross-listed courses)
Anthropology
E 332 Jewish Women: Anthropological Perspectives
E 334 Jews in Moslem Society
E 371 Modern Jewish Culture and Society

Comparative Literature
C 377 Topics in Yiddish Literature
C 378 Topics in Yiddish Culture

English
L 241 American Jewish Writers
L 375 Topics in Jewish Literature

Folklore and Ethnomusicology
F 358 Jewish Folklore/Folklife/Folk Music

Germanic Studies
Y 300 Topics in Yiddish Literature
Y 350 Topics in Yiddish Culture

History
B 321 Modern Jewish History: From Expulsion to Revolution
B 322 Jews in the Modern World
B 323 History of the Holocaust
B 324 Zionism and the State of Israel
D 304 Jews of Eastern Europe
H 251 Introduction to Jewish History: From the Bible to Spanish Expulsion
H 252 Introduction to Jewish History: From Spanish Expulsion to the Present
H 259 American Jewish History

Philosophy
P 205 Modern Jewish Philosophy
P 305 Topics in the Philosophy of Judaism

Political Science
Y 352 The Holocaust and Politics

Religious Studies
R 152 Religions of the West
R 210 Introduction to Old Testament/Hebrew Bible
R 245 Introduction to Judaism
R 310 Prophecy in Ancient Israel
R 317 Judaism in the Making
R 318 Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern Religions
R 341 Introduction to Jewish Mysticism
R 345 Religious Issues in Contemporary Judaism
R 421 Judaism and Gender: Philosophical and Theological Perspectives

Slavic Languages and Literatures
R 345 Jewish Characters in Russian Literatures

Latin American and Caribbean Studies
L 300 The Latin American Experience
L 301 Contemporary Problems in Latin America
L 400 Contemporary Mexico
L 402 Contemporary Brazil
L 403 Contemporary Central America
L 420 New Latin American Cinema

Linguistics
L 481 Languages in Africa

Medieval Studies
M 200 Medieval Cultures

Jacobs School of Music
M 392 Art Musics of the Non-Western World
Z 413 Latin American Popular Music

Near Eastern Languages and Cultures
N 205 Topics in Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures, Approved Topics:
    “Poetry and Society: the Arabic Ode in Comparative Contexts”
    “In Praise of the Prophet Muhammed”
    “The Arabic Novel, from Center to Periphery”
    “Women in Islam and the Middle East”
    “Contemporary Literature in the Middle East”
N 220 Muhammad: Life of the Prophet
N 245 Introduction to the Ancient Near East
N 265 Introduction to Islamic Civilization
N 305 Issues in Middle Eastern Literature
N 340 Prophets, Poets, and Kings: Iranian Civilization
N 350 Modern Iran
N 370 Koranic Studies
N 380 Topics in Persian Literature in Translation
N 385 Persian Mystical Literature in Translation
N 397 (ANTH-E 397/CEUS-U 397) Peoples and Cultures of the Middle East

Philosophy
P 201 Ancient Greek Philosophy
P 205 Modern Jewish Philosophy
P 301 Medieval Philosophy
P 305 Topics in the Philosophy of Judaism
P 328 Philosophies of India
P 374 (EALC-E 374) Early Chinese Philosophy

Political Science
Y 332 Russian Politics
Y 333 Chinese Politics
Y 334 Japanese Politics
Y 336 South East Asian Political Systems
Y 337 Latin American Politics
Y 338 African Politics
Y 339 Middle Eastern Politics
Y 340 East European Politics
Y 348 The Politics of Genocide
Y 352 The Holocaust and Politics
Y 353 The Politics of Gender and Sexuality
Y 356 South Asian Politics
Y 381 Classical Political Thought

Religious Studies
R 152 Religions of the West
R 153 Religions of the East
R 203 Zen Buddhism
R 210 Introduction to the Old Testament/Hebrew Bible
R 220 Introduction to the New Testament
R 245 Introduction to Judaism
R 250 Introduction to Buddhism
R 257 Introduction to Islam
R 307 Messianism and Messiahs in Comparative Perspective
R 310 Prophecy in Ancient Israel
R 317 Judaism in the Making
R 318 Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern Religions
R 323 Early Christian Monasticism
R 341 Introduction to Jewish Mysticism
R 345 Religious Issues in Contemporary Judaism
R 348 Hindu Goddesses
R 349 Hindu Devotionalism
R 350 East Asian Buddhism
R 356 Islamic Mysticism
R 357 Religions in Japan
R 358 Hinduism
R 367 Shi’ite Islam
R 368 Introduction to Chinese Thought
R 369 The Taoist Tradition
R 382 Women in South Asian Religious Traditions
R 421 Judaism and Gender: Philosophical and Theological Perspectives
R 427 The Bible and Slavery
R 452 Topics in East Asian Religions
R 454 Tantric Traditions of India
R 456 Topics in Islamic Studies
R 467 The Life and Legacy of Muhammad
R 469 Topics in Taoism and Chinese Religion

Russian and East European Institute
R 301 Russian and East European Area Topics
R 302 Russia, Past and Present
R 303 Eastern Europe, Past and Present

Slavic Languages and Literatures
C 223 Introduction to Czech Culture
C 363 History of Czech Literature and Culture
C 364 Modern Czech Literature and Culture
C 365 Seminar in Czech and Central European Literatures and Cultures
P 223 Introduction to Polish Culture
P 363–P 364 Survey of Polish Literature and Culture I–II
P 366 Polish Film
R 223 Introduction to Russian Culture
R 263 Pushkin to Dostoevsky
R 264 Tolstoy to Solzhenitsyn
R 334 Tolstoy and Dostoevsky
R 345 Jewish Characters in Russian Literature
R 349 Myth and Reality: Women in Russian Literature and in Life
R 352 Russian and Soviet Film
R 353 Central European Cinema
S 223 Introduction to Balkan and South Slavic Cultures
S 363–S 364 Literature and Culture of the South Slavs I–II

Sociology
S 335 Race and Ethnic Relations
S 346 Topics in Cross-Cultural Sociology

Spanish and Portuguese
P 290 Topics in Luso-Brazilian Culture, Approved Topics:
    “Afro-Portuguese Culture: Angola and Mozambique”
    “Jorge Amado: A Portrait of Brazil”
    “A Regional View of Brazil: The Northeast”
P 400–P 401 Literatures of the Portuguese-Speaking World I–II
P 405 Literature and Film in Portuguese
P 410 Brazilian Cinema
P 412 Brazil: The Cultural Context
P 470 Poetry in Portuguese
P 475 Theater in Portuguese
S 260 Introduction to Hispanic Film
S 275 Introduction to Hispanic Culture
S 284 Women in Hispanic Culture
S 331–S 332 The Hispanic World I–II
S 333 The Hispanic World
S 412 Spanish America: The Cultural Context

Speech and Hearing Sciences
S 430 Diversity in Speaking and Acting

Theatre and Drama
T 370 History of Theatre and Drama I
T 371 History of Theatre and Drama II
T 460 Development of Dramatic Art I
T 468 Non-Western Theatre and Drama

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List B

Courses on this list focus on a culture or cultures of modern Western Europe.

Anthropology
E 387 The Ethnography of Europe
E 400 Undergraduate Seminar, Approved Topic:
    “Scandinavia: Image and Reality”

Central Eurasian Studies
U 324 Romanticism and the Rise of Nationalism

Communication and Culture
C 393–C 394 History of European and American Films I–II

Comparative Literature
C 145 Major Characters in Literature
C 146 Major Themes in Literature
C 151 Introduction to Popular Culture
C 251 Lyrics and Popular Song
C 255 Modern Literature and the Other Arts: An Introduction
C 256 Literature and the Other Arts: 1870–1950
C 329 The Eighteenth Century
C 333 Romanticism
C 335 Realism, Naturalism, Symbolism
C 337 The Twentieth Century: Tradition and Change
C 347 Literature and Ideas
C 357 The Arts Today: 1950 to the Present
C 358 Literature and Music: Opera
C 446 Traditions of Christian Literature II

Fine Arts
A 342 Twentieth-Century Art
A 440 Nineteenth-Century Painting
A 441 Nineteenth-Century Painting II
A 442 Twentieth-Century Art, 1900–1924

Folklore and Ethnomusicology
F 312 European Folklore/Folklife/Folk Music

French and Italian
F 310 Topics in French Literature in Translation
F 311 Contemporary France: Film and Culture
F 333 Intensive Writing in French Culture
F 350 The Writer and Public Issues in Twentieth-Century France
F 362 Introduction historique à la civilisation française II
F 363 Introduction à la France moderne
F 375 Themes et Perspectives Literaires
F 451 Colloquium in French Studies—Literature and Arts
F 453 Le Roman au 20e siècle I
F 459 Le Théâtre au 20e siècle
F 461 La France contemporaine: cinéma et culture
F 464 Civilisation française II
M 235 Rome, the City and the Myth
M 305 Civiltà Italiana Moderna
M 306 Italian Short Stories from the Political Unification to the Present
M 308 Masterpieces of Italian Literature II
M 311 Italian Film and Culture
M 390 Studies in the Italian Film
M 463 Contemporary and Popular Italian Culture

Geography
G 428 Geography of Europe

Germanic Studies
G 262 Contemporary Austria
G 277 Sex and Gender in Germany
G 362 Deutsche Landeskunde
G 363 Deutsche Kulturgeschichte
G 364 German Cultural History
G 390 German Film Culture
G 418 German Film and Popular Culture
G 464 Kultur und Gesellschaft
K 350 Topics in Scandanavian Culture
K 400 Topics in Scandanavian Literature
N 350 Dutch Culture: The Modern Netherlands
N 450 The Golden Age of Dutch Culture
V 400 Contemporary Germany
V 406 Literature and Society since 1945

History
B 260 Women, Men, and Society in Modern Europe
B 357 Modern France
B 359–B 360 Europe from Napoleon to the First World War I–II
B 366 Paris and Berlin in the 1920s: A Cultural History
B 368 Modern Italy
B 374 The Cultures of Modern Europe
B 377–B 378 History of Germany since 1648 I–II
H 104 Europe: Napoleon to the Present
H 210 Britain’s Road to Modernity

Political Science
Y 335 West European Politics
Y 347 German Politics
Y 382 Modern Political Thought

Spanish and Portuguese
P 290 Topics in Luso-Brazilian Culture, Approved Topic:
    “Contemporary Portugal”
S 411 Spain: The Cultural Context

Theatre and Drama
T 461–T 462 Development of Dramatic Art II–III

West European Studies
W 301 Modern European Politics and Society
W 405 Special Topics in West European Studies
    (See WEUR adviser for appropriate topics. Not all topics will be approved.)
W 406 Special Topics in West European Studies
    (See WEUR adviser for appropriate topics. Not all topics will be approved.)

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List C

Courses on this list focus on a culture or cultures of African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanics, Native Americans, Chicanos and Latinos in North America.

African American and African Diaspora Studies
A 112 Black Music of Two Worlds
A 150 Survey of the Culture of Black Americans
A 154 History of Race in the Americas
A 156 Black Liberation Struggles Against Jim Crow and Apartheid
A 169 Introduction to Afro-American Literature
A 201 Introduction to African American and African Diaspora Studies
A 203 Studying Blacks of the New World: African Americans and Africans in         the African Diaspora
A 210 The Black Woman in Diaspora
A 249 Afro-American Autobiography
A 255 The Black Church in America
A 264 History of Sport and the African American Experience
A 265 Modern Sports and the African American Experience
A 277 Images of Blacks in Films: 1903–1950s
A 278 Contemporary Black Film
A 290 Sociocultural Perspective of Afro-American Music
A 350 Black Atlantic
A 352 Afro-American Art II: Afro-American Artists
A 354 Transnational Americas
A 355–A 356 (HIST-A 355–A 356) Afro-American History I–II
A 360 Slavery: Worldwide Perspective
A 379 Early Black American Writing
A 380 Contemporary Black American Writing
A 383 Blacks in American Drama and Theatre, 1767–1945
A 384 Blacks in American Drama and Theatre, 1945–Present
A 385 Seminar in Black Theatre
A 386 Black Feminist Perspectives
A 387 Black Migration
A 389 Motown
A 392 Afro-American Folklore
A 393 (MUS-Z 393) History of Jazz
A 394 (MUS-Z 394) Black Music in America
A 395 (MUS-Z 395) Contemporary Jazz and Soul Music
A 396 (MUS-M 396) Art Music of Black Composers
A 397 (MUS-M 397) Popular Music of Black America
A 407 Afro-American and African Protest Strategies
A 408 Race, Gender, and Class in Cross-Cultural Perspectives
A 420 Transforming Divided Communities and Societies
A 430 The Cinema of Africana Women
A 480 The Black Novel
A 485 Lorraine Hansberry: Black Dramatist
A 489 Rap Music
A 496 Black Religious Music

Anthropology
E 240 Southwestern American Indian Ritual and Belief
E 319 American Indian Religions
E 320 Indians of North America
E 323 Indians of Indiana
E 324 Native American Art
E 329 Indians in the United States in the Twentieth Century
L 318 Navajo Language and Culture

Communication and Culture
C 201 Race, Ethnicity and the Media
C 238 Communication in Black America
C 412 Race, Gender, and Representation
C 430 Native American Communication and Performance

East Asian Languages and Cultures
E 385 Asian Americans: Cultural Conflict and Identity

English
L 364 Native American Literature
L 374 Ethnic American Literature
L 384 Studies in American Culture, Approved Topics:
    “The Power of Place: Latino Migration Culture and the Spatial Imagination”
    “Just Enough for the City: African Americans and Urban Literature”
L 396 Studies in African American Literature and Culture

Folklore and Ethnomusicology
F 112 Black Music of Two Worlds
F 252 Folklore and the Humanities, Approved Topic:
    “Survey of Hip-Hop”
F 352 Native American Folklore/ Folklife/Folk Music
F 353 Native American Film and Video
F 354 African American Folklore/Folklife/Folk Music
F 356 Chicano Folklore/Folklife/Folk Music
F 389 Hip-Hop Music and Culture

History
A 310 Survey of American Indians I
A 311 Survey of American Indians II
A 352 History of Latinos in the United States
A 355–A 356 (AAAD-A 355–A 356) Afro-American History I–II

Journalism
J 375 Race, Gender and the Media

Latino Studies
L 101 Introduction to Latino Studies
L 102 Introduction to Latino History
L 103 Introduction to Latino Cultures
L 111 Latino Film: An Introduction and Overview
L 301 Latino Immigrants in United States Society
L 302 Latinos in the Media
L 325 Latinos on the Internet
L 380 Latino Education Across the Americas
L 396 Seminar in Latino Studies

Jacobs School of Music
M 396 (AAAD-A 396) Art Music of Black Composers
M 397 (AAAD-A 397) Popular Music of Black America
Z 385 History of the Blues
Z 393 (AAAD-A 393) History of Jazz
Z 394 (AAAD-A 394) Black Music in America
Z 395 (AAAD-A 395) Contemporary Jazz and Soul Music

Political Science
Y 325 African American Politics
Y 329 Racial and Ethnic Politics in the United States
Y 386 African American Political Thought

Spanish
S 220 Chicano and Puerto Rican Literature
S 413 Hispanic Culture in the United States

Telecommunications
T 191 Race, Ethnicity, and the Media

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