Graduate

IGI Area and Global Studies Centers Course Offerings

Below, please find the upcoming course offerings for IGI area and global studies centers.

Spring 2023

Center for African Studies

ACE 435: Agribusiness Management International

ACE 436: Business Immersion

AFRO 340: Dancing Black Popular Culture

AFRO 380: Black Women History and Cultures

AFST 412: Language in African Culture and Society

AFST 490: Independent Study

AFST 550: Special Topics

AFST 599: Thesis Research

ANTH 403: Women in Muslim Societies

ANTH 420: Case Studies Global Heritage

ARTH 447: France and Its Others

ARTH 510: Seminar in African Art

BADM 338: Global Supply Chain Management

BADM 380: International Business

BADM 381: Multinational Management

BADM 382: International Marketing

CHLH 409: Women's Health

CHLH 415: International Health

CHLH 421: Health Data Analysis

CWL 317: Francophone Worlds

CWL 502: Methods of Comparative Literature

DANC 405: Social Impact through Motion/Media Arts + Tech

ECON 450: Development Economies

ECON 514: International Financial

EIL 411: Intro to TSL Methodology

EIL 460: Principles of Language Testing

ENGL 301: Introduction to Critical Theory

ENGL 357: Literatures of the Displaced

ENGL 360: Environmental Writing

ENGL 476: Topics in Literature and the Environment

EPOL 523: Global Issues in Learning

EPOL 524: Education and Human Rights

EPOL 525: Global Youth and Citizenship

EPOL 526: Education and Power in MIddle East

EPOL 528: Researching Global Education

ESE 320: Water Planet, Water Crisis

GGIS 455: Geography of Sub-Saharan Africa

GLBL 340: Global Health: Policy & Governance

GLBL 357: Ethnic Conflict

GLBL 392: International Diplomacy and Negotiation

GLBL 450: Poverty Interventions and Evaluation

GLBL 495: Reserach Methods I

GLBL 501: Perspectives on Global Studies

GWS 316: Global Histories of Gender

GWS 350: Feminist Gender Theory

GWS 464: Theories and Theologies of Liberation

GWS 512: Gender Relations & International Development

HDFS 379: HDFS Study Abroad Experience

HDFS 424: Racial and Ethnic Minorities

HDFS 499: Seminar

HIST 502: Problems in Comparative History

IS 451: Bibliography of Africa

JOUR 452: Great Books of Journalism

JOUR 453: Crisis Communications

JOUR 454: Propaganda & the News Media

JOUR 482: Immersion Journalism

JOUR 483: Investigative Journalism

LAW 653: International Business Trans

LAW 657: International Human Rights

LER 595: Managing Diversity Globally

LING 404: Tutorials in Non-Western Languages

MACS 373: Special Topics in Film Studies

PS 355: Democratization

PS 358: Comparative Political Behavior

PS 392: International Organizations and Regionalism

PS 398: Strategic International Relations

PS 582: International Political Economy

SOC 325: Black Men and Masculinity

SOC 350: Technology and Society

SOC 355: Race and Mixed Race

SOC 364: Impacts of Globalization

SOC 470: Social Movements

Center for Global Studies

GLBL 501: Perspectives on Global Studies

 

Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies

Anth 399: Collaborative Methodologies

ATMS 406: Tropical Meterorology

EPOL 420: Global Migration & Education

HIST 312: Immigrant America

HIST 405: Intro to Tropical Forest Ecology

KIN 494: Physical Activity & Diverse Populations

LAST 395: Archaeology Field School

LAW 657: International Human Rights Law

PS 355: Democratization

SPAN 308: Spanish in the US

SPAN 326: Sexo y Podor

SPAN 395: Health Professions and US Latinx Communities

SPAN 528: Media Representations of the Spanish Empire

SPAN 557: Linguistic Communities and Social Justice

European Union Center

EURO 418: Language and Minorities in Europe

EURO 500: Dialogue on Europe

EURO 502: The EU in a Global Context

ITAL 406 Italian Culture and Globalization

JS 212: Israeli Cinema and Television

PS 392: International Organizations and Regionalism

 

Russia, East Europe, and Eurasian Center

Select Courses in Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies

Note: The courses listed below are not an exhaustive list of courses being offered on the REEE region. Please see course explorer for additional classes.

*Check with Advisor or FLAS Coordinator whether the course will fulfill area studies course requirements

Area Studies

EURO 418/ FR 418/GER 418/ITAL 418/LING 418/PS 418/SLAV 418: Language & Minorities in Europe

HIST 502: Citizenship: Historical, Cross-Cultural, and Interdisciplinary Perspectives*

IS 461: Russian, East European, and Eurasian Bibliography & Research Methods

LAW 656: International Law

MUS 418/518: Balkan Beats: Balkan Popular Music, 1970’s - Present

MUS 449A: Balkanalia

If you are interested in joining, or have questions about participating, please contact Dr. Donna Buchanan at buchana1@illinois.edu.

RUSS 460: Russian Culture Studies

RUSS 511: Russian Literature 1800-1855

SLAV 417: 11th-17thC Russ Lit & Lang

SOC 366: Postsocialism Eastern Europe

TRST 502/CWL 512/EALC 512/GER 512/SLAV 502: Applied Literary Translation*

Women & Gender in Global Perspectives

WGGP 581: Gender Relations in International Development