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updated September 2021


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Students interested in receiving GLBL major approval for courses that do not appear on the approved course list should submit a petition through our Course Credit Request System. Petitions will no longer be accepted via e-mail. 

For courses taken as part of a study abroad program, please see the Study Abroad page.

Students can also find the Global Studies B.A. major requirements and course approvals on our Course Catalog page.

Core Courses

GLBL 210 Global Issues and Globalization
Two core courses, each from a different department:
Local Cultures, Global Forces H
Anthropological Perspectives on Cultural Diversity
World Art H
Introduction to Islamic Civilization
Modern Muslim Societies
First-Year Seminar: Food Politics from an Organizational Communication Perspective
Perspectives in World Drama H
Survey of International and Development Economics H
Introduction to Environment and Society H
World Literatures in English
Globalization and the French-Speaking World
Geographies of Globalization
Cultural Geography
Development and Inequality: Global Perspectives H
Environmental Conservation and Global Change
Agriculture, Food, and Society
World Regional Geography
The World since 1945
Language and Nationalism
Global Communication and Comparative Journalism
Introduction to World Musics
The Ethics of Peace, War, and Defense
Global Policy Issues H
Introduction to Comparative Politics H
International Relations and Global Politics H
Human Societies
Population Problems
Sociology of Politics
Sex and Gender in Society
Gender and Global Change

GLBL Courses

GLBL 87H. First Year Seminar: The Migratory Experience. 3 Credits.

The seminar will critically analyze the migrant experience in both North America and Europe. Migration is a calculated decision that individuals, families, and groups make in an effort to improve their living conditions. We will adopt an interdisciplinary approach to understanding the motivation of migrants, the nature of the migrant journey to their destination states, and their integration into their new societies.

GLBL 88. First-Year Seminar: Beg, Borrow, and Steal: The Political Economy of Aid, FDI, and Corruption. 3 Credits.

This seminar examines how politics and economics condition different countries’ path towards and experience with foreign aid, foreign investment, and corruption. In doing so, the course will examine the effect of political conditions on economic outcomes and the effect of economic conditions on political outcomes.

GLBL 89. First-Year Seminar: Special Topics. 3 Credits.

Special topics course. Content will vary each semester. Honors version available

GLBL 110. Global Policy Issues. 3 Credits.

Global issues are challenges whose sources, impacts, and solutions extend beyond the borders of any one country. This course introduces students to some of the most pressing issues facing populations around the globe and to possible policy responses. Honors version available

GLBL 181. Teaching Great Decisions I. 1 Credit.

Permission of the department. This course gives credit to the Great Decisions coordinating committee for organizing the eight lectures in GLBL 381.

GLBL 193. Global Studies Internship. 1 Credit.

Internship in a sponsoring organization whose work or mission is meaningfully connected to a global studies topic.

GLBL 196. Independent Study. 1-12 Credits.

Permission of the instructor. Reading and research on special topics in global studies.

GLBL 210. Global Issues and Globalization. 3 Credits.

Survey of international social, political, and cultural patterns in selected societies of Africa, Asia, America, and Europe, stressing comparative analysis of conflicts and change in different historical contexts.

GLBL 221. The Migratory Experience. 3 Credits.

The course will critically analyze the migrant experience in both North America and Europe. Migration is a calculated decision that individuals, families, and groups make in an effort to improve their living conditions. We will adopt an interdisciplinary approach to understanding the motivation of migrants, the nature of the migrant journey to their destination states, and their integration into their new societies.

GLBL 281. Phillips Ambassadors Program. 3 Credits.

This academic course is mandatory for Phillips Ambassadors. Course open only to Phillips Ambassadors.

GLBL 290. Current Topics in Global Studies

An interdisciplinary approach to the study of the background, current status, and future prospects for one of a series of global issues such as the nuclear age, the environment, technological transition.

GLBL 381. Great Decisions. 1 Credit.

Eight evening guest lectures, with a discussion session after each, on eight issues in current foreign policy. May be repeated for credit.

GLBL 382. Latin American Migrant Perspectives: Ethnography and Action. 3 Credits.

This class combines fieldwork, oral history, and service learning in a course that examines concepts of globalization, migration, and transnationalism, and their intersections with anthropological theory and practice.

GLBL 383. Global Whiteness. 3 Credits.

This course looks at race as a theory and practice as it has been constructed in academic disciplines, popular culture, and social struggle.

GLBL 390. Current Topics in Global Studies. 3 Credits.

Topics vary from semester to semester.

GLBL 394. Teaching Great Decisions II. 2 Credits.

This course links the Great Decisions lecture series with readings and analyses of international relations. Its purpose is to provide the students on the Great Decisions coordinating committee with a practical and intellectual engagement with United States foreign policy and global issues.

GLBL 401. Right Wing Populism in Global Perspective. 3 Credits.

This course will examine right wing populism globally. We will consider why right wing populism has gained traction in such diverse places as India, Brazil, Germany, France, Hungary, Britain, and the United States. We will ask what role such factors as religion, ethnicity, economics, and gender play in its rise. Honors version available

GLBL 413. Socialist and Decolonial Ecologies. 3 Credits.

This course will focus on the relation of capitalism and anthropogenic climate change and feature Marxist and Indigenous critiques of capitalism’s responsibility for climate change. We will feature an interdisciplinary lens – philosophy, feminist geography, cultural anthropology, socialist economics – that will analyze how the anthropocentric subject of the Enlightenment separated itself from its natural environment.

GLBL 415. Dealing with Difference: Criminal Justice, Race, and Social Movements in Globalization. 3 Credits.

Recommended preparation, GLBL 210. This course is dedicated to understanding how sameness and difference are used and contested globally, in particular through the criminal justice system and its intersection with race and capitalism. The course pays particular attention to popular social movement responses, and what they say to theories of difference, globalization, and social change.

GLBL 450. Social Change in Times of Crisis: Knowledge, Action, and Ontology. 3 Credits.

Examines dominant, alternative, and emergent narratives of change and the future from around the world. Takes as a premise that we live in a period of multidimensional crises characterized by uncertainty and conflict about how to pursue sustainable economic, ecological, political, social, and cultural projects. Honors version available

GLBL 481. NGO Politics. 3 Credits.

This course will investigate how nongovernmental organizations emerge, how they structure their organizations, how they function, and how they influence public policy. Honors version available

GLBL 482. Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Institutions. 3 Credits.

This course is an introduction to the history and contemporary politics of the post-Soviet region and explores topics of religious, ethnic, and identity politics; international influences; and civil society and social movements. Honors version available

GLBL 483. Comparative Health Systems. 3 Credits.

This course provides students with an understanding of the origins and comparative performance of a range of international healthcare systems. Honors version available

GLBL 484. History and Politics of Central Asia. 3 Credits.

This course is an introduction of the history, politics, and societies of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan. The class explores the foundations and conditions of change in the modern history of these societies and investigates how these issues influence contemporary politics.

GLBL 485. Comparative Development. 3 Credits.

This course is an APPLES service-learning course whose goal is to integrate real-world experience working with development-oriented organizations, theoretical discussions about the origins and evolution of development thinking, and exposure to the challenges facing practitioners of development, in some of its many substantive and geographical contexts.

GLBL 486. Sports and Globalization. 3 Credits.

This course explores some of the relationships between sports and globalization and will delve into sports as an important social and cultural practice within larger social, cultural, and political forces shaping studies of globalization. Honors version available

GLBL 487. Social Movements: Rethinking Globalization. 3 Credits.

This course explores the history, objectives, and manifestations of global social movements. Honors version available

GLBL 489. Paradigms of Development and Social Change. 3 Credits.

By deliberately juxtaposing questions of global development with an investigation of approaches in community organizing locally–both through course material and service-learning assignments–the course encourages students to develop a more critical understanding of the relationship between development projects and emancipatory frameworks. Honors version available

GLBL 490. Current Topics. 3 Credits.

Current topics in international and area studies. Topics vary by semester.

GLBL 491H. Major Controversies in Human Rights. 3 Credits.

A forum for exploring conceptual and practical problems related to the emergence of a global human rights regime after World War II. The course analyzes relevant arguments, and students will consider whether it is possible to construct a coherent, workable, universally accepted system for articulating and enforcing human rights norms.

GLBL 492. Global Food Films. 3 Credits.

Thinking about one of our most basic human needs illuminates aspects of our own everyday lives, such as our relationship to nature, other cultures, and to history, as well as our general assumptions about humanity. Students will study films that explore cross-cultural differences in the social and philosophical understandings of what it is to be human. Honors version available

GLBL 560. Human Rights, Ethics, and Global Issues. 3 Credits.

This seminar examines the political, economic and intellectual developments that led to the emergence of human rights as a global phenomenon historically and in the current phase of globalization. Also engages with debates concerning the role of human rights as an ethical philosophy in thinking through global issues.

GLBL 691H. Honors in Global Studies. 3 Credits.

Permission of the instructor. Preparation for writing the honors thesis.

GLBL 692H. Honors in Global Studies. 3 Credits.

Permission of the instructor. Completion of the honors thesis and an oral examination of the thesis.


Theme Courses

INTERNATIONAL POLITICS, NATION STATES, SOCIAL MOVEMENTS

AAAD 101 Introduction to Africa 3
AAAD 307 21st-Century Scramble for Africa 3
AAAD 315 Political Protest and Conflict in Africa 3
AAAD 316 Public Policy and Development in Africa 3
AAAD 403 Human Rights: Theories and Practices in Africa 3
AMST 277 Globalization and National Identity H 3
ANTH 130 Anthropology of the Caribbean 3
ANTH 280 Anthropology of War and Peace 3
ANTH 319 Global Health 3
ANTH 360 Latin American Economy and Society 3
ANTH 375 Memory, Massacres, and Monuments in Southeast Asia 3
ANTH 468 State Formation 3
ARTH/HIST 514 Monuments and Memory 3
ASIA/HIST/PWAD 281 The Pacific War, 1937-1945: Its Causes and Legacy 3
ASIA 300/RELI 283 The Buddhist Tradition: India, Nepal, and Tibet 3
COMM 376 The Rhetoric of War and Peace 3
ENEC/PLCY 372 Global Environment: Policy Analysis and Solutions 3
ENEC/PLCY 520 Environment and Development 3
ENEC/POLI 254 International Environmental Politics 3
ENGL 279 Migration and Globalization 3
GEOG 423 Social Geography 3
GEOG 435 Global Environmental Justice 3
GEOG 447 Gender, Space, and Place in the Middle East 3
GEOG 452 Mobile Geographies: The Political Economy of Migration 3
GEOG 453 Political Geography 3
GEOG 460 Geographies of Economic Change 3
GEOG 464 Europe Today: Transnationalism, Globalisms, and the Geographies of Pan-Europe 3
GEOG 480 Liberation Geographies: The Place, Politics, and Practice of Resistance 3
GLBL 87H First Year Seminar: The Migratory Experience 3
GLBL 383 Global Whiteness 3
GLBL 415 Dealing with Difference: Criminal Justice, Race, and Social Movements in Globalization 3
GLBL 450 Social Change in Times of Crisis: Knowledge, Action, and Ontology H 3
GLBL 481 NGO Politics H 3
GLBL 487 Social Movements: Rethinking Globalization H 3
GLBL 489 Paradigms of Development and Social Change H 3
GLBL 491H Major Controversies in Human Rights 3
GSLL/LING 306 Language and Nationalism 3
HIST/PWAD 205 War, Diplomacy, and Statecraft, 1618-1815 3
HIST/PWAD 206 War, Diplomacy, and Statecraft, 1815-1945 3
HIST/PWAD 207 The Global Cold War 3
HIST 276 The Modern Middle East 3
HIST 510 Human Rights in the Modern World H 3
HIST 570 The Vietnam War 3
HIST 577 United States Foreign Relations in the 20th Century 3
LING 543 Language in Politics 3
MEJO 446 Global Communication and Comparative Journalism 3
MUSC 291 Music and Politics 3
POLI 130 Introduction to Comparative Politics H 3
POLI 231 Latin America and the United States in World Politics 3
POLI 234 Comparative Politics of the Global South 3
POLI 235 The Politics of Russia and Eurasia H 3
POLI 236 Politics of East-Central Europe H 3
POLI 238 Politics of the Global South: Latin America H 3
POLI 239 Introduction to European Government H 3
POLI 252 International Organizations and Global Issues H 3
POLI 253 Problems in World Order 3
POLI 255 International Migration and Citizenship Today H 3
POLI 260 Crisis and Change in Russia and Eastern Europe 3
POLI 431 African Politics and Societies 3
POLI 433 Politics of the European Union H 3
POLI 435 Democracy and Development in Latin America H 3
POLI 438 Democracy and International Institutions in an Undivided Europe 3
POLI 442 International Political Economy 3
POLI 443 American Foreign Policy: Formulation and Conduct 3
POLI 444 Terrorism and International Peace 3
POLI 448 The Politics of Multilevel Governance 3
POLI 449 Beg, Borrow, or Steal: How Governments Get Money and Its Effects on Accountability 3
POLI 450 Contemporary Inter-American Relations H 3
POLI 451 Race, Ethnicity, and Political Change in Comparative Perspective 3
POLI 457 International Conflict Processes 3
POLI 459 Trans-Atlantic Security 3
POLI 470 Social and Political Philosophy H 3
POLI 471 Contemporary Political Thought H 3
POLI/PWAD 150 International Relations and Global Politics H 3
POLI/PWAD 469 Conflict and Intervention in the Former Yugoslavia H 3
PLCY 520 Environment and Development 3
PWAD 250 Introduction to Peace and Security Studies 3
PWAD 252 International Organizations and Global Issues H 3
PWAD 352 The History of Intelligence Operations 3
PWAD 489 Empire and Diplomacy 3
RELI 181 Modern Muslim Societies 3
SOCI 111 Human Societies 3
SOCI 121 Population Problems 3
SOCI 133 Sociology of Politics 3
SOCI 274 Social and Economic Justice 3
SOCI 481 Managing International Conflict 3
WGST 388 The International Politics of Sexual and Reproductive Health 3
WGST 410 Comparative Queer Politics 3

GLOBAL ECONOMICS, TRADE, DEVELOPMENT

AAAD 212 Africa in the Global System 3
AAAD 307 21st-Century Scramble for Africa 3
AAAD 410 Gender, Sexuality, and Development in Contemporary Africa 3
ANTH 320 Anthropology of Development 3
ANTH 468 State Formation 3
BUSI 611 International Development 3
BUSI 617 Global Marketing 3
ECON 267 Comparative Economic Systems 3
ECON 360 Survey of International and Development Economics H 3
ECON 434 History of Economic Doctrines 3
ECON 450 Health Economics: Problems and Policy 3
ECON 454 Economics of Population 3
ECON 460 International Economics 3
ECON 461 European Economic Integration 3
ECON 465 Economic Development 3
ECON 468 Socialism, Planning, and the Contemporary Russian Economy 3
ECON 469 Asian Economic Systems 3
ECON 560 Advanced International Economics 3
GEOG 428 Global Cities: Space, Power, and Identity in the Built Environment 3
GEOG 453 Political Geography 3
GEOG 458 Urban Latin America: Politics, Economy, and Society 3
GEOG 460 Geographies of Economic Change 3
GEOG 464 Europe Today: Transnationalism, Globalisms, and the Geographies of Pan-Europe 3
GLBL 413 Socialist and Decolonial Ecologies 3
PLAN 574 Political Economy of Poverty and Inequality 3
PLAN 773 Economic Development Seminar 3
PLCY 520 Environment and Development 3
POLI 435 Democracy and Development in Latin America H 3
POLI 442 International Political Economy 3
SOCI 58 First-Year Seminar: Globalization, Work, and Inequality 3
SOCI 450 Theory and Problems of Developing Societies 3

GLOBAL HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT

ANTH 147 Comparative Healing Systems 3
ANTH 151 Anthropological Perspectives on Food and Culture 3
ANTH 238 Human Ecology of Africa 3
ANTH 312 From the Equator to the Poles: Case Studies in Global Environmental Change 3
ANTH 318 Human Growth and Development 3
ANTH 319 Global Health 3
ANTH/WGST 443 Cultures and Politics of Reproduction 3
ANTH/WGST 445 Migration and Health 3
ANTH 446 Poverty, Inequality, and Health 3
ANTH 470 Medicine and Anthropology 3
ANTH 473 Anthropology of the Body and the Subject 3
ARAB 214 Medicine and Modernity in the Arab World 3
ENEC/POLI 254 International Environmental Politics 3
ENEC/GEOG 264 Conservation of Biodiversity in Theory and Practice 3
ENEC 325 Water Resource Management and Human Rights H 3-4
ENEC 330 Principles of Sustainability 3
ENEC 370 Agriculture and the Environment H 3
ENEC/PLCY 372 Global Environment: Policy Analysis and Solutions 3
ENEC/GEOG 437 Social Vulnerability to Climate Change 3
ENEC 510 Policy Analysis of Global Climate Change 3
ENEC/PLCY 520 Environment and Development 3
ENGL 268 Medicine, Literature, and Culture H 3
ENVR 600 Environmental Health 3
ENVR 610 Global Environmental Health Inequities 3
FREN 305 Healthcare in France and the Francophone World 3
GEOG 222 Health and Medical Geography 3
GEOG 237 Natural Resources 3
GEOG 269 Human-Environment Interactions in the Galapagos Islands 3
GEOG 334 Human Ecology of Health and Disease 3
GEOG 435 Global Environmental Justice 3
GEOG 437 Social Vulnerability to Climate Change 3
GEOG 446 Geography of Health Care Delivery 3
GEOG 457 Rural Latin America: Agriculture, Environment, and Natural Resources 3
GEOG/ENEC 451 Population, Development, and the Environment 3
GLBL 483 Comparative Health Systems H 3
HPM 660 International and Comparative Health Systems 3
MHCH 610 Issues in Maternal and Child Health 3
PLCY 480 Environmental Decision Making 3
PLCY 565 Global Health Policy 3
PUBH 510 Interdisciplinary Perspectives in Global Health 3
SOCI 469 Health and Society 3
WGST 388 The International Politics of Sexual and Reproductive Health 3
WGST 610 Feminism, Sexuality, and Human Rights 3

TRANSNATIONAL CULTURES, IDENTITIES, ARTS

AAAD 210 African Belief Systems: Religion and Philosophy in Sub-Saharan Africa 3
AAAD 284 Contemporary Perspectives on the African Diaspora in the Americas 3
AAAD/WGST 200 Gender and Sexuality in Africa 3
AMST/ENGL/POLI 248/WGST 249 Intersectionality: Race, Gender, Sexuality, and Social Justice 3
ANTH 102 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology 3
ANTH 123 Habitat and Humanity 3
ANTH 147 Comparative Healing Systems 3
ANTH 259 Culture and Identity 3
ANTH 280 Anthropology of War and Peace 3
ANTH 284 Culture and Consumption 3
ANTH 320 Anthropology of Development 3
ANTH 334 Art, Nature, and Religion: Cross-Cultural Perspectives 3
ANTH 429 Culture and Power in Southeast Asia 3
ANTH 477 Visual Anthropology 3
ARTH 155 African Art Survey 3
ARTH 157 Introduction to Latin American Visual Culture 3
ARTH/HIST 514 Monuments and Memory 3
ASIA 150 Asia: An Introduction 3
ASIA/RELI 183 Asian Religions 3
CMPL 143 History of Global Cinema 3
COMM 574 War and Culture 3
DRAM 486 Latin American Theatre 3
ENGL 164 Introduction to Latina/o Studies H 3
FREN 280 French “Discoveries” of the Americas in Translation 3
FREN 355 Visual Francophone Studies 3
FREN 375 Francophone Literature and Film 3
FREN 377 The Evolution of Frenchness since WWII 3
GEOG 56 First-Year Seminar: Local Places in a Globalizing World 3
GEOG/ASIA 267 South Asia 3
GEOG 447 Gender, Space, and Place in the Middle East 3
GEOG 448 Transnational Geographies of Muslim Societies 3
GEOG 452 Mobile Geographies: The Political Economy of Migration 3
GLBL 383 Global Whiteness 3
GLBL 486 Sports and Globalization H 3
GLBL 492H Global Food Films 3
GSLL/PWAD 467 Language and Political Identity 3
HIST 139 HIstory of Muslim Societies since 1500 3
ITAL 385 Italian Landscapes: Italy in the UNESCO World Heritage List 3
MEJO/WGST 442 Gender, Class, Race, and Mass Media 3
MEJO 446 Global Communication and Comparative Journalism 3
MUSC 146 Introduction to World Musics 3
MUSC 258 Musical Movements: Migration, Exile, and Diaspora 3
RELI 121 Introduction to Religion and Culture H 3
RELI 284 The Buddhist Tradition: East Asia 3
RELI 285 The Buddhist Tradition: Southeast Asia and Sri Lanka 3
RELI 345 Black Atlantic Religions H 3
RELI 428 Religion and Anthropology H 3
SLAV 101 Introduction to Slavic Civilizations: Peasants, Popes, and Party Hacks 3
SPAN 344 Latin@ American Cultural Topics 3
SPAN 378 Afro-Hispanic Language Contacts 3
WGST 124 Sex and Gender in Society 3
WGST 410 Comparative Queer Politics 3

Area Courses

AFRICA

AAAD 101 Introduction to Africa 3
AAAD 200 Gender and Sexuality in Africa 3
AAAD 201 Introduction to African Literature 3
AAAD 210 African Belief Systems: Religion and Philosophy in Sub-Saharan Africa 3
AAAD 212 Africa in the Global System 3
AAAD 214 Africa through the Ethnographic Lens 3
AAAD 300 Cultures of Health and Healing in Africa 3
AAAD 301 Contemporary China-Africa Relations 3
AAAD 307 21st-Century Scramble for Africa 3
AAAD 315 Political Protest and Conflict in Africa 3
AAAD 316 Public Policy and Development in Africa 3
AAAD 318 Politics of Art in Africa 3
AAAD 320 Music of Africa 3
AAAD 388 Global Black Feminisms and Women’s Apocalyptic Writing 3
AAAD 400 Contemporary African Politics 3
AAAD 403 Human Rights: Theories and Practices in Africa 3
AAAD 410 Gender, Sexuality, and Development in Contemporary Africa 3
AAAD 414 Senegalese Society and Culture 3
AAAD 421 Introduction to the Languages of Africa 3
AAAD 487 Intellectual Currents in African and African Diaspora Studies 3
ANTH 226 The Peoples of Africa 3
ANTH 238 Human Ecology of Africa 3
ARTH 255 African Art and Culture 3
HIST 130 Modern African History 3
HIST 279 Modern South Africa H 3
POLI 431 African Politics and Societies 3
WGST/HIST 313 Women and the Law in Africa and the Middle East 3

ASIA

ANTH 330 Melancholy Japan: Myth, Memory, and Everyday Life 3
ANTH/ASIA 365 Chinese Diaspora in the Asia Pacific 3
ANTH 375 Memory, Massacres, and Monuments in Southeast Asia 3
ANTH/ASIA 545 The Politics of Culture in East Asia 3
ANTH/ASIA 574 Chinese World Views 3
ASIA/HIST 133 Introduction to Chinese History 3
ASIA 134 Modern East Asia 3
ASIA 150 Asia: An Introduction 3
ASIA 183 Asian Religions 3
ASIA 231 Bollywood Cinema 3
ASIA 261 India through Western Eyes 3
ASIA/RELI 285 The Buddhist Tradition: Southeast Asia and Sri Lanka 3
ASIA 331 Cracking India: Partition and Its Legacy in South Asia H 3
ASIA 333 The Mahabharata: Remembered and Reimagined 3
ASIA 427 Cold War Culture in East Asia: Transnational and Intermedial Connections 3
CHIN 150 Introduction to Chinese Civilization 3
CHIN 252 Introduction to Chinese Culture through Narrative 3
CHIN 253 Chinese Language and Society 3
CHIN 361 Chinese Traditional Theater 3
CHIN 463 Narrative Ethics in Modern China 3
CHIN 464 The City in Modern Chinese Literature and Film 3
CHIN 562 Contemporary Chinese Urban Culture and Arts 3
GEOG 266 Society and Environment in Southeast Asia 3
GEOG/ASIA 267 South Asia 3
HIST 134 Modern East Asia 3
HIST 136 History of India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh: South Asia since 1750 3
HIST 287 Modern Japan 3
HIST 288 Japan in the 20th Century 3
JAPN 162 Japanese Popular Culture 3
JAPN 375 The Culture of Modern, Imperial Japan, 1900-1945 3
KOR 150 History, Memory, and Reality in Contemporary Korea 3
KOR 151 Education and Social Changes in Contemporary Korea 3
KOR 232 Imagining the City in Modern Korea: Text, Image, Space 3
KOR 327 Korean Diasporas 3
KOR 346 Body Politics in Modern Korean Literature H 3
RELI 285 The Buddhist Tradition: Southeast Asia and Sri Lanka 3
RELI 287 Modern Japanese Religions 3

LATIN AMERICA

AAAD 260 Blacks in Latin America 3
AAAD 278 Black Caribbeans in the United States 3
AAAD 460 Race, Culture, and Politics in Brazil 3
AAAD 461 Race, Gender, and Activism in Cuba 3
ANTH 360 Latin American Economy and Society 3
ANTH/FOLK 130 Anthropology of the Caribbean 3
ARTH 267 Latin American Modernisms 3
GEOG 259 Society and Environment in Latin America 3
GEOG 430 Global Migrations, Local Impacts: Urbanization and Migration in the United States 3
GEOG 457 Rural Latin America: Agriculture, Environment, and Natural Resources 3
GEOG 458 Urban Latin America: Politics, Economy, and Society 3
GLBL 382 Latin American Migrant Perspectives: Ethnography and Action 3
HIST 142 Latin America under Colonial Rule 3
HIST 143 Latin America since Independence 3
HIST 145 Latin American Indigenous Peoples 3
HIST 175H Honors Seminar in Latin American History 3
HIST 242 United States-Latin American Relations 3
HIST 248 Guerrillas and Counterinsurgencies in Latin America 3
HIST 532 History of Cuba 3
LTAM 101 Introduction to Latin American Studies 3
MUSC 147 Introduction to the Music of the Américas 3
POLI 231 Latin America and the United States in World Politics 3
POLI 238 Politics of the Global South: Latin America H 3
POLI 434 Politics of Mexico 3
POLI 435 Democracy and Development in Latin America H 3
POLI 450 Contemporary Inter-American Relations H 3
PORT 310 Advanced Communication in Portuguese: Media Entertainment 3
PORT 370 Modern Brazil through Literature and Film in Translation 3
PORT 375 Portuguese and Brazilian Fiction in Translation 3
PORT 387 Brazilian Religious Movements through Film and Literature 3
PORT 388 Portuguese, Brazilian, and African Identity in Film 3
SPAN 344 Latin@ American Cultural Topics 3
WGST 280 Women and Gender in Latin American History 3
WGST 352 Rahtid Rebel Women: An Introduction to Caribbean Women 3
WGST 388 The International Politics of Sexual and Reproductive Health 3
WGST 465 Gender, (Im)migration, and Labor in Latina Literature 3

MIDDLE EAST

ARAB 150 Introduction to Arab Cultures 3
ARAB 151 Arabic Literature through the Ages 3
ARAB 337 Borders and Walls in the Arab World 3
ARAB 453 Film, Nation, and Identity in the Arab World 3
ASIA 124 Iranian Post-1979 Cinema 3
ASIA/HIST/PWAD 277 The Conflict over Israel/Palestine 3
ASIA 435 The Cinemas of the Middle East and North Africa 3
ASIA 471 Gender and Sexuality in Middle Eastern Literature 3
GEOG 447 Gender, Space, and Place in the Middle East 3
HIST 139 HIstory of Muslim Societies since 1500 3
HIST 276 The Modern Middle East 3
JWST 107 Introduction to Modern Judaism 3
RELI 64 First-Year Seminar: Reintroducing Islam 3
RELI 180 Introduction to Islamic Civilization 3
RELI 181 Modern Muslim Societies 3
RELI 385 Modern Muslims and the Qur’an 3
RELI 480 Modern Muslim Literatures 3
RELI 581 Sufism 3
RELI 583 Religion and Culture in Iran, 1500-Present 3
RELI 584 The Qur’an as Literature 3
SOCI 419 Sociology of the Islamic World 3

WESTERN EUROPE/EUROPEAN UNION

ANTH 377 European Societies 3
ARTH 152 History of Western Art II H 3
ARTH 283 Picturing Paris: 1800-2000 3
CMPL/GSLL 270/JWST 239/RELI 239 German Culture and the Jewish Question 3
DRAM 286 Modern Irish Drama 3
DRAM 289 Contemporary Irish Drama H 3
DTCH 405 Topics in Dutch Culture: A Literary Survey 3
ECON 461 European Economic Integration 3
ENGL 278 Irish Writing, 1800-2000 3
EURO/HIST 159 From War to Prosperity: 20th-Century Europe 3
FREN 305 Healthcare in France and the Francophone World 3
FREN 350 Current Societal Issues: France and Beyond 3
FREN 372 French and Francophone Studies since 1789 3
FREN 377 The Evolution of Frenchness since WWII 3
FREN 378 French and European Transmigrations: Global Contexts 3
FREN 386 French New Wave Cinema 3
FREN 388 History of French Cinema I: 1895-1950 3
FREN 389 History of French Cinema II: 1950 to the Present 3
GEOG 464 Europe Today: Transnationalism, Globalisms, and the Geographies of Pan-Europe 3
GERM 280 20th-Century German Philosophy and Modern Youth Cultures 3
GERM 302 Advanced Communication in German: Media, Arts, Culture 3
GERM 350 Modern German Literature 3
GERM 382 Representations of Violence and Terrorism in Contemporary German Literature and Film 3
GSLL 255 Germany and Cold War: Occupation, Division, Reunification, Renewed Conflict with Russia (1945-Today) 3
HIST/EURO/POLI 257 Politics, Society, and Culture in Postwar Germany 3
HIST 259 Towards Emancipation? Women in Modern Europe 3
HIST 262 History of the Holocaust: The Destruction of the European Jews 3
ITAL 320 Italian Cities and Cultures: History, Power, and Ecology 3
ITAL 330 Italian History and Culture I 3
ITAL 333 Italian Film and Culture 3
ITAL 335 Themes in Italian Film 3
ITAL 343 Italian Culture Today: Modern Italy as a Nation 1860 to Present 3
ITAL 365 Italian Food and Culture 3
ITAL 398 Undergraduate Seminar in Italian 3
POLI 232H Politics of the United Kingdom 3
POLI 239 Introduction to European Government H 3
POLI 433 Politics of the European Union H 3
POLI 438 Democracy and International Institutions in an Undivided Europe 3
POLI 630 Political Contestation in Europe 3
PORT 388 Portuguese, Brazilian, and African Identity in Film 3
ROML 56 First-Year Seminar: Italians in Search of Harmony 3
SPAN 340 Iberian Cultural Topics 3

RUSSIA/EASTERN EUROPE

HIST 161 Russia Becomes an Empire 3
HIST 162 Russia under the Last Tsars and Soviet Commissars 3
JWST/PLSH 412 From Communism to Capitalism: 20th- and 21st-Century Polish Literature and Culture 3
POLI 235 The Politics of Russia and Eurasia H 3
POLI 236 Politics of East-Central Europe H 3
POLI/PWAD 469 Conflict and Intervention in the Former Yugoslavia H 3
POLI/PWAD/SOCI 260 Crisis and Change in Russia and Eastern Europe 3
RUSS 270 Crimes and Punishments: Russian Literature of the 19th Century 3
RUSS 273 Russian Culture and Society: 1890-1917 3
RUSS 274 Russian Literature from the Revolution to Today 3
RUSS 445 19th Century Russian Literature and Culture 3
RUSS 469 Bulgakov 3
SLAV 248 Childhood and Adolescence in Slavic Literature H 3