- SLCL 200
This course explores the rich and complex relations of over a dozen languages and cultures of the Mediterranean, where civilizations, cultures and languages have intermingled and competed for thousands of years.
- TRST 201
Introduction to translation as an academic discipline and professional field through a series of texts in translation.
- REL 134
Examination of religiously-informed responses to and rejections of racialized oppression in the history of North America, focusing on Native American, African American, and Muslim American experiences.
- ESL 592/593
The English as a Second Language (ESL) program offers 8-week, graduate-level, advanced elective courses designed to give international students field-specific, individualized feedback: ESL 592 (Advanced Academic Writing) and 593 (Academic Presentation Skills).
- EALC 369
A study of Hanguk hip hop (Korean hip hop) from the 1990s to the present.
- CWL 114
Exploration of the cultural and historical roots of globalization and the development of global consciousness from ancient Greece to the present, as reflected primarily in literature, but also with reference to historiography, cartography, religion, art, politics, economics, and popular culture.
- SPAN 228, Section A1
Basic composition course; problems of written Spanish and principles of Spanish stylistic patterns; weekly written exercises. Instruction in Spanish.
- UKR 113
The goal of this course is to acquaint students with Ukrainian culture from the origins of Kyivan Rus in the Middle Ages to the present. The course will examine the many facets that make up culture: history, politics, language, literature, folklore, religion, music, art, cinema, education, etc.
- ARAB 150
Interdisciplinary overview of the major aspects of the contemporary Arab culture.
- GER 494
This course introduces students to canonical German films of the post-war and post-wall period.
- FR 387
The art, techniques, culture, and politics of French-language film and media (such as television, music and art) in a global context.
- CLCV 240
Study of gender and sexuality in Greco-Roman antiquity.