Undergraduate

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 251: The Word Food Economy Global

ACES 293: International Internship

AFRO 100: Introduction to African American Studies

AFRO 101: Black America, 1619-Present

AFRO 276: Afro-American History Since 1877

AFRO 340: Dancing Black Popular Culture

AFST 199: Undergraduate Open Seminar

ANTH 103: Anthro in a Changing World

ANTH 105: World Archaeology

ANTH 209: Food, Culture, and Society

ANTH 210: Families in Global Perspectives

ANTH 230: Sociocultural Anthropology

ANTH 268: Images of the Other

ANTH 278: Climate Change & Civilization

ARAB 150: Language and Culture of the Arab World

ARTH 110: Introduction to History of Art and Visual Culture

ARTH 219: Islamic Gardens and Architecture

ARTH 299: African Atlantic History/Visual Culture

BADM 338: Global  Supply Chain Management

BADM 380: International Business

BADM 381: Multinational Management

BADM 382: International Marketing

CWL190: Moder Asian and African Literatures

CWL 223: The Qur'an (Koran)

CWL 259: Early African American Literature

CWL 260: Modern African American Literature

CWL 317: Francophone Worlds

DANC 270: Dancing in Community I & II

EIL 214: TESL in the Elementary School

EIL 215: TESL in the Secondary School

ENGL 259: Early African American Literature and Culture

ENGL 285: Postcolonial Literature in English

ENGL 301: Introduction to Critical Theory

ENGL 357: Literatures of the Displaced

ENGL 360: Environmental Writing

ESE 103: Earth's Physical Systems

ESE 117: The Oceans

ESE 118: Natural Disasters

ESE 140: Climate and Global Change

ESE 208: History of the Earth System

ESE 210: Social & Environmental Issues

ESE 287: Environment and Society

ESE 320: Water Planet, Water Crisis

GGIS 101: Global Development & Environment

GGIS 204: Cities of the World

GGIS 221: Geographies of Global Conflict

GLBL 100: Introduction to Global Studies

GLBL 240: Global Health

GLBL 250: Development

GLBL 260: Global Human Rights

GLBL 270: Introduction to Global Markets and Society

GLBL 298: Global Studies Seminar Abroad

GLBL 340: Global Health: Policy & Governance

GLBL 392: International Diplomacy and Negotiation

GLBL 357: Ethnic Conflict

GWS 100: Introduction to Gender & Women's Studies

GWS 215: US Citizenship Comparatively

GWS 316: Global Histories of Gender

GWS 350: Feminist and Gender Theory

GWS 380: Black Women History and Culture

HDFS 105: Introduction to Human Development

HDFS 379: HDFS Study Abroad Experience

HIST 100: Global History

HIST 112: History of Africa from 1800

HIST 142: Modern Europe and the World

HIST 211: History of Southern Africa

KIN 230: Diversity in Recreation, Sport, and Tourism

LAS 291: Global Perspectives for Intercultural Learning

LAS 292: Global Perspectives in Cross-Cultural Contexts

LAS 299: LAS Study Abroad

LER 200: Globalization and Workers

LING 100: Introduction to Language Science

LING 222: Language in Globalization

LING 250: American Voices: Linguistic Diversity in the US

MACS 262: Survey of World Cinema II

MACS 373: Special Topics if Film Studies

MUS 110: Introduction Art Mus: International Perspective

MUS 132: Popular Music Studies

MUS 133: Introduction to World Musci

PHIL 110: World Religions

PS 241: Comparative Politics in Developing Nations

PS 280: Introduction to International Relations

PS 355: Democratization

PS 358: Comparative Political Behavior

PS 392: International Organizations and Regionalism

PS 398: Strategic International Relations

SOC 223: Black Women in Contemporary US Society

SOC 325: Black Men and Masculinity

SOC 350: Technology and Society

SOC 355: Race and Mixed Race

SOC 364: Impacts of Globalization

UP 160: Race, Social Justice, and Cities

UP 260: Social Inequality and Planning

Center for Latin America & Caribbean Studies

LAST 170: Introduction to Latin America

LAST 210: Life in the Andes

LAST 395: Special Topics: Archaeology Field School Peru

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

GER 261/ CWL 273/ ENGL 269/ JS 261: The Holocaust in Context*

HIST 142/143 AP: Modern Europe and the World*

HIST 260: History of Russia

POL 115/REES 115: Intro to Polish Culture

REES 201: Introduction to Eastern Europe

RUSS 122: Russia and Black America

RUSS 225: Russian Lit and Revolution

SOC 366: Postsocialism Eastern Europe

TURK 270/ANTH 272/GLBL 272/SAME 272: Language and Culture in Turkey

Women & Gender in Global Perspectives

The courses below are part of the joint certificate in Global Health

GLBL 240: Global Health

GLBL 340: Global Health: Policy & Governance