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Spring 2019 Electives for Culture and Communications Concentrators

International Studies Program
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Spring 2019 Electives for Culture and Communications Concentrators

***The  major requires a total of 5 classes, from at least 3 different programs or departments, ie, with at least 3 different prefixes such as ANTH, ECO, PSC, etc.***

 

ANTH 22800 – Anth of Urban Areas

ANTH 26500 – Language and Power

ANTH 31113 – Anth of Asian America

ANTH 31121 - Anthropology of Childhood

ANTH 31133 – Pirates of the Caribbean: Scalawags, Sailors, and Slaves

ANTH 31403 – Wmn-Vlatn Hum Rts

ANTH 38500 – Global Islamic Women

 

ARAB 30100 – Selected Topics in Arabic Literatures and Cultures

 

ART 24020 – Photojournalism

ART 31023 – Portraiture Africa & Diaspora

ART 31124 – Contemporary U.S. Latin@ Art

 

ASIA 20200 - Contemporary Asia

ASIA 31127 - Cultural Identity in East Asia

ASIA 31611 – Contemporary Japan

ASIA 33200 – Modern Chinese Lit. (in English)

ASIA 33450 – China’s Cultural Revolution

 

BLST 21200 – Caribbean Studies

BLST 31101 – African American Political Thought

BLST 31115 – Africa Since Independence

BLST 31127 - Psy and Black Experience

BLST 31152 – African Cinema: Gender & Culture

BLST 31155 - Race, Class, and Power

BLST 31159 - Ethnic Minority Groups

BLST 31171- Philosophy of Race

BLST 31173 - African American History Pre-Emancipation

BLST 31201 – Africa & Mod World

BLST 31502 – Peoples of Africa

BLST 31608 – Af-Latinos-Hist-Cul

BLST 37005 - African Literature

 

ECO 20350 - Intermediate Macroeconomics

ECO 21350 - International Business Environment

ECO 32150 - International Finance

 

ENGL 31317 - Literature and Theory of Migrations

 

FREN 28300- The Literature of Contemporary France

FREN 40400- France in World: Empires, Colonies, Postcolonialism

FREN 404500 – French and Francophone Cinema

 

HIST 20600 - Modern Europe

HIST 21300 - The Historian’s Craft

HIST 25500 – Modern Japan

HIST 31146 – Affluence & Its Discontents

HIST 31163 – The European Union

HIST 31170 – Environmental History Latin America

HIST 31176 – War in Modern Asia

HIST 31617 – US/Mex Rel Rev-Globl

HIST 32900 – Twentieth-Century Europe

HIST 33450 – China’s Cultural Revolution

HIST 42700 - History of Socialism

 

INTL 31130 – Peoples of Africa

INTL 31163 – The European Union

INTL 31132 – Global Islamic Women

INTL 31406 – Modl United Nations

INTL 31414 – Wmn: Vlatn Hum Rts

 

JWST 28100 - The Holocaust

JWST 31101 – Mod Israeli Culture

JWST 31132 – Arab-Jews in Literature and Cinema: before and after Israel

JWST 31172 - Jews of Eastern Europe

JWST 31502 – Jews in Film/Fiction

JWST 31712 – Protest and Dissent in Israel

JWST 31713 – Culture of Resistance in New York

JWST 44500 – Jews of Morocco

 

LALS 29100 – Culture and Health: Hispanics and Other Minorities

LALS 31140 – Social Justice and Latinx Communities

LALS 31210 – Gender, Race, & Latinidad

 

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 34300 - Television Journalism

MCA 40100- Ethics and Values in Communication

 

PHIL 30800- Ethics

PHIL 32200- Philosophy of Science

PHIL 32400 – Philosophy of Language

PHIL 34402 – Chinese Philosophy

 

PSC 22300 – United States Foreign Policy

PSC 22900 – Women and Politics

PSC 23000 - Contemporary Comparative Politics

PSC 25500 – Model United Nations

PSC 25604 – Contemp Intl Cnflct

PSC 27500 - Contemporary Political Thought

PSC 31051 – Community Based Research

PSC 31122 - Human Rights

PSC 31160 – Politics in Film

PSC 31163 – Use of Force in International Law

PSC 31508 – Pwr Inequal-Soc Pol

 

PSY 24700 – Social Psychology

PSY 31128 – Social Work Theory and Practice

PSY 31129 – Theories of Leadership

PSY 31139 - Multicultural Issues in Counseling

PSY 31141 – Human Resources Management

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

PSY 31155 – Psychology of Empowerment

PSY 34700 – Soc Psy Racsm Prejud

PSY 36400 – Psy & Black Experience

 

SOC 23700 - Foundations of Sociological Theory

SOC 25300- Ethnic Minority Groups

SOC 31112 - Race, Class, and Power

SOC 31114 - The Hispanic Urban Child

SOC 31138 – Gender & Work

SOC 31152 – Immigration and the Second Generation

SOC 31154 – Undocumented: Living in the Shadows

SOC 31178 – Culture and Health

SOC 311181 – Social Change and Social Movements

SOC 31190 – Social Justice and Latinx Communities

SOC 31220 – Gender, Race, & Latinidad

SOC 38107 – Justice, Law, and Society

 

SPAN 28300 – Masterworks of Latin American Literature

SPAN 32700 – Introduction to Spanish Linguistics

SPAN 35100 – Studies in Spanish Literature 1

SPAN 45201 – Topics in Spanish American Civilization I

SPAN 45202 - Topics in Spanish American Civilization II

 

WS 31112 – Daughters of Immigrants: Inequality

WS 31117 - Performing Queerness

WS 31403 – Wmn: Vlatn Hm Rts

WS 31128- Global Islamic Women

WS 31707- Peoples of Africa

 

CONTACT INFORMATION

 

 

If you have questions about the International Studies Program, please email: ccnyinternationalstudies@gmail.com

A College Assistant for the department will be available in the office: Mondays 9am-noon / Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays 9am-7pm / Fridays 3-5pm

 

Dr. Muir, Director, International Studies Program

Fall 2018 Office Hours:

Tuesdays and Thursdays 12:30-1:30pm / Wednesday 9:30-11:00am

Or, by appointment: smuir@ccny.cuny.edu

North Academic Center 7/114
160 Convent Avenue
New York, NY 10031