Electives for Culture and Communications Concentrators

***The  major requires a total of 6 classes, from at least 3 different programs or departments, ie, with at least 3 different prefixes such as ANTH, ECO, PSC, etc.***

 

The following are the lists of courses from different departments:

 

Anthropology Courses

ANTH 20100 – Cross-Cultural Perspectives (only if not the student’s “theory” requirement)

ANTH 23600 – Anthropology of Gender and Sexuality

ANTH 24000 – Peoples of Africa

ANTH 24300 – Peoples of Latin America

ANTH 26500 – Language & Power

ANTH 31110 – Islam and Human Rights

ANTH 31131 – The Archaeology of Race and Slavery: Memory, Monuments, and Memorialization

ANTH 31403 – Women and Violations of Human Right

ANTH 31685 – LGBTQ World History

ANTH 31704 – Anthropology of the Climate Crisis

ANTH 31706 – Musical Cultures of the Caribbean: Sonic Reverberations of the Atlantic World

ANTH 31954 – Non-Violent Communication

ANTH 32100 – Health Issues and Alternatives

ANTH 32600 – Anthropology of Disability: From Memoir to Ethnography
 

Art Courses

ART 24020 – Photojournalism

Asian Studies Courses

ASIA 20200 – Contemporary Asia

ASIA 31127 – Cultural Identity in East Asia
 

Black Studies Courses

BLST 21200 – Caribbean Studies

BLST 31152 – African Cinema: Gender and Culture

BLST 31155 – Race, Class, and Power

BLST 31159 – Ethnic Minority Groups

BLST 37005 – African Literature
 

Economics Courses

ECO 20350 – Intermediate Macroeconomics

ECO 21350 – International Business Environment

ECO 32150 – International Finance

ECO 33450 – International Trade Theory
 

History Courses

HIST 20600 – Modern Europe

HIST 21300 – The Historian’s Craft

HIST 31448 – Social and Political History of the Middle East

HIST 42700 – History of Socialism
 

International Studies Courses

INTL 31123 -- Globalization 

INTL 31406 – Model UN

INTL 31603 – Global Game: Sports and Globalization

INTL 31606 -- Human Rights, Humanitarianism, and Identity 

INTL 31919 -- Rethinking Development 

INTL 31954 – Non-Violent Communication

INTL 32560 – Food & Farming  

INTL 33200 – Transnational Feminisms (only if not the student’s “theory” requirement)
 

Jewish Studies Courses

JWST 28100 – The Holocaust

JWST 31129 – Female Sexuality in Judaism

JWST 31172 – Jews of Eastern Europe

JWST 23200 – Jews in Film and Fiction
 

Latin American and Latino Studies Courses

LALS 31107 – Latinas and US Immigration

LALS 31132 – Blancas, Negras, y Morenas: Gender and Race in Another America
 

Media and Communications Arts Courses

MCA 20900 ­– Introduction to Public Relations

MCA 31006 – Race and Media

MCA 31133 – African Cinema: Gender and Culture

MCA 33300 – Reporting and Writing

MCA 34100 – Radio Journalism

MCA 40100 – Ethics and Values in Communication
 

Philosophy Courses

PHIL 30800 – Ethics

PHIL 31114 – Cities and Urban Life

PHIL 31121 – Social Ontology

PHIL 32277 – Philosophy of Race

PHIL 34905 – Biomedical Ethics
 

Political Science Courses

PSC 22300 – U.S. Foreign Policy

PSC 23000 – Contemporary Comparative Politics

PSC 23100 – Political Systems of Europe

PSC 25200 – Theories of International Relations

PSC 27400 – Modern Political Thought: Up to 1848

PSC 31159 – Politics and Religious Freedom

PSC 39900 – Peacemaking and Negotiations
 

Psychology Courses

PSY 24700 – Social Psychology

PSY 31150 – Psychology of People in Place: From Climate Change to Gentrification

PSY 34700 – Social Psychology of Racism and Prejudice
 

Sociology Courses

SOC 23700 – Foundations of Sociological Theory

SOC 31112 – Race, Class, and Power

SOC 34200 – Globalization  

SOC 31152 – Immigration and the Second Generation

SOC 38107 – Justice, Law, and Society
 

Spanish Courses

SPAN 28300 – Masterworks of Latin American Literature

SPAN 35100 – Studies in Spanish Literature

SPAN 45201 – Topics in Spanish American Civilization I

SPAN 45202 – Topics in Spanish American Civilization II
 

LGBTQ World History Courses

WS 31685 – LGBTQ World History