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Courses Available Fall 2017

The following courses are options for fulfilling the Global Themes and World Regions requirement. Courses with a check mark next to them are offered for Fall Semester 2017.

GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY STUDIES COURSES

Course

Title

Offered in the Fall 2017

ANTH 208

Anthropology of Globalization and Development

 

ANTH 381

Gender and Globalization

ANTH 556

Language and Globalization

 

ANTH 569

Environment and Development

 

ANTH 581

Globalization and Cultural Questions

ECON 224

Introduction to Economics

ECON 548

Environmental Economics

ENVR 295

Green Technology in Germany

 

ENVR 322

Environmental Ethics

ENVR 331

Integrating Sustainability

ENVR 548

Environmental Economics

GEOG 311

Cultural Geography

 

GEOG 313

Economic Geography

GEOG 343

Human Impact on the Environment

GEOG 347

Water as a Resource

GEOG 348

Biogeography

 

GEOG 512

Migration and Globalization

GEOG 568

Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change

 

GEOG 569

Environment and Development

 

GEOG 581

Globalization and Cultural Questions

GERM 295

Green Technology in Germany

 

HIST 360

Into the Wild: Global Conservation Since 1800

 

HIST 448

American Environmental History

 

HRTM 280

Foundations of Tourism

HRTM 383

Ecotourism

 

HRTM 482

Sustainable Tourism Planning and Policy

HRTM 597

Global Travel and Tourism

 

LING 556

Language and Globalization

 

PHIL 322

Environmental Ethics

POLI 380

Comparative Politics of Developing Countries

POLI 433

Economic Aspects of International Politics

RETL 485

Multi-National Retailing

RETL 592

Retailing/Fashion Merchandising Field Study

 

SOCY 315

Global Population Issues

WGST 381

Gender and Globalization

GLOBAL HEALTH STUDIES COURSES

Course

Title

Offered in the Fall 2017

AFAM 365

Medical Experimentation and the Black Body

 

ANTH 204

Plagues Past and Present

ANTH 365

Medical Experimentation and the Black Body

 

ANTH 388

Cultures, Pregnancy, and Birth

ANTH 551

Medical Anthropology: Fieldwork

 

ANTH 552

Medical Anthropology

 

ANTH 565

Health and Disease in the Past

 

ENHS 321

Environmental Pollution and Health

 

ENHS 323

Global Environmental Health

 

ENVR 321

Environmental Pollution and Health

ENVR 323

Global Environmental Health

 

EPID 410

Principles of Epidemiology

HPEB 470

Principles of Global Health

HPEB 551

Medical Anthropology: Field Work

 

HPEB 552

Medical Anthropology

 

HPEB 621

Maternal and Child Health

 

HPEB 684

HIV/STI Prevention

RELG 473

Religions, Medicines, and Healing

 

SOCY 360

Sociology of Medicine and Health

 

SOWK 306

Social Work in Other Nations

 

SOWK 307

International Social Work and Social Justice

 

WGST 113

Women’s Health

WGST 388

Cultures, Pregnancy, and Birth

WGST 621

Maternal and Child Health

 

GLOBAL CONFLICT AND SECURITY STUDIES COURSES

Course

Title

Offered in the Fall 2017

ANTH 353

Anthropology of Law and Conflict

ANTH 535

Conflict Archaeology

ARMY 406

American Military Experience

 

GEOG 330

The Geography of Disasters

GEOG 530

Environmental Hazards

HIST 335

The History of Modern Russia and the Soviet Union

 

HIST 338

Modern Germany

HIST 347

The Middle East in Modern Times

 

HIST 352

Africa Since 1800

 

HIST 354

Modern East Asia

 

HIST 356

China Since 1949

 

HIST 358

Japan Since 1800

 

HIST 374

Nationalism: Myth and Reality

 

HIST 376

War and European Society, 1914-1945

 

HIST 396

Evolution of Warfare I

 

HIST 397

Evolution of Warfare II

 

HIST 406

The United States and a World at War, 19-17-1945

 

HIST 407

United States History Since 1945

HIST 421

Modern Latin America

LASP 342

Modern Latin America

 

LING 240

Language Conflict and Language Rights

HIST 465

American Diplomatic History

 

HIST 466

American Diplomatic History

 

HIST 468

American Military Experience

POLI 330

International Organization

POLI 340

The Conduct and Formulation of United States Foreign Policy

POLI 341

Contemporary United States Foreign Policy

 

POLI 342

National Security Policies of the United States

 

POLI 383

Genocide: A Comparative Perspective

POLI 416

Revolution and Political Violence

POLI 417

Theories of War in International Relations

 

POLI 420

International Law

 

POLI 421

Law and Contemporary International Problems

POLI 432

Nationalism and Ethnicity in World Politics

 

POLI 442

Globalization and Security

 

GLOBAL CULTURAL STUDIES COURSES

Course

Title

Offered in the Fall 2017

AFAM 202

Introduction to African-American Studies: Arts and Cultural Foundations

ANTH 355

Language, Culture, and Society

ANTH 381

Gender and Globalization

ANTH 553

Anthropology Approaches to Narrative and Performance

 

ANTH 556

Language and Globalization

 

ANTH 581

Globalization and Cultural Questions

ANTH 518

Visual Cultures

ANTH 360

The Anthropology of Sex

ARTH 335

History of 20th Century Art

CHIN 335

Women in China

CPLT 270

World Literature

CPLT 301

Great Books of the Western World I

CPLT 302

Great Books of the Western World II

 

CPLT 303

Great Books of the Western World III

 

EDUC 360

Global and Multicultural Perspectives on Education in International Settings

 

ENGL 270

World Literature

ENGL 390

Great Books of the Western World I

ENGL 391

Great Books of the Western World II

 

ENGL392

Great Books of the Western World III

 

ENGL 437

Women Writers

ENGL 455

Language in Society

 

FAMS 240

Introduction to Film and Media Studies

FAMS 300

Film and Media History

FREN 397

The French Film Experience

GEOG 311

Cultural Geography

 

GEOG 581

Globalization and Cultural Questions

GERM 280

German Culture and Civilization

GERM 518

German Sociolinguistics

 

LING 340

Languages, Cultures, and Society

LING 440

Language in Society

 

LING 545

Anthropological Approaches to Narrative and Performance

 

LING 548

German Sociolinguistics

 

RELG 333

Sex, Gender and Religion

 

RELG 471

Interfaith Dialogues in the 21st Century

 

WGST 381

Gender and Globalization

WGST 437

Women Writers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

World Region Courses

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Africa

Asia

Europe

Islamic World Studies

Latin America

Russia and Eurasia

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