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Cultural Perspectives

Courses in this category are designed to help students better recognize the ways their own culture shapes their thinking and the ways in which culture more generally shapes an individual’s world view. Courses include those in which the primary object of study is cultures and languages using the methodologies of diverse disciplines as well as interdisciplinary methodologies. Courses might examine theories of race and ethnicity, explore the experiences of people and societies in various cultures, or investigate diverse issues related to both globalization and the variability of experiences within particular cultures.

The following courses satisfy the Cultural Perspectives requirement:

  • AADS 214: Africa and the African Diaspora
  • ANTH 150: Gambian Languages and Culture
  • ANTH 230: Cultural Anthropology
  • ANTH 250: Language and Culture
  • ARTH 224: Ancient American Art and Architecture
  • ARTH 255: Topics in Global Art History
  • ASIA 200: Introduction to Asian Studies
  • ENGL235: Topics in Literature and Culture
  • HIST 280: Africa and the African Diaspora
  • ILAS 200: Democracy in Latin America
  • ILAS 206: Introduction to Latin American Literature in Translation
  • ILC 102, 201, 202, 205, or 206 courses, if they are not used to fulfill the language requirement
  • MUSC 216: Introduction to the World’s Music
  • POSC 252: Comparative Politics
  • POSC 269: International Politics
  • RELG 216: Jewish Cultures
  • RELG 221: Islamic Civilization
  • RELG 231: Religions and Cultures of India
  • TFMS 210: Japanese Performance Traditions
  • TFMS 251: Introduction to Traditional African Dance