Humanities and the Arts Courses Offered in SLCL

Classics

CLCV 114 – Introduction to Greek Culture

CLCV 115 – Mythology of Greece and Rome

CLCV 116 – The Roman Achievement

CLCV 120 – The Classical Tradition

CLCV 131 – Classical Archaeology, Greece

CLCV 132 – Class Archaeology, Rome-Italy

CLCV 133 – Archaeology of Israel

CLCV 160 – Ancient Greek & Roman Religion

CLCV 203 – Ancient Philosophy

CLCV 220 – Origins of Western Literature

CLCV 221 – Odysseus and Other Heroes

CLCV 222 – Introduction to Greek and Roman Theater

CLCV 224 – American Race and Ethnicity in the Classical Tradition

CLCV 225 – Greco-Roman Demo, Econ, Cult

CLCV 231 – Development of Ancient Cities

CLCV 240 – Gender & Sexuality in Greco-Roman Antiquity

CLCV 250 – Sports and Society in Greece and Rome

CLCV 323 – The Comic Imagination

 

Comparative and World Literature

CWL 111 – Bible as Literature

CWL 114 – Global Consciousness and Lit

CWL 117 – Russ & E Euro Science Fiction

CWL 151 – Cross-Cultural Thematics

CWL 189 – Literatures of the Islamic World

CWL 190 – Lit of Asia & Africa II

CWL 201 – Comparative Lit Studies

CWL 202 – Literature and Ideas

CWL 205 – Islam & West Through Lit

CWL 207 – Indian Cinema in Context

CWL 208 – Cultures & Literatures of South Asia

CWL 209 – Jewish American and US Minority Literatures in Dialogue

CWL 210 – Introduction to Modern African Literature

CWL 211 – The Arab-Israeli Conflict

CWL 212 – Israeli Cinema and Television

CWL 215 – Madness, Myth, and Murder

CWL 216 – Legends of King Arthur

CWL 217 – Classical Chinese Lit

CWL 220 – Origins of Western Literature

CWL 221 – Jewish Storytelling

CWL 223 – The Qur’an (Koran)

CWL 226 – Humanist Persp of Afro-Am Exp

CWL 227 – Golden Age of Russian Lit

CWL 230 – Popular Cultures of Contemporary East Asia

CWL 240 – Italy Middle Ages & Renaiss

CWL 241 – Early Masterpieces of Western Culture

CWL 242 – Modern Masterpieces of Western Culture

CWL 249 – Russian Lit and Revolution

CWL 250 – Grimm’s Fairy Tales – ACP

CWL 251 – Viking Mythology

CWL 252 – Viking Sagas in Translation

CWL 253 – Medieval Literature and Culture

CWL 254 – Grimm’s Fairy Tales in Context

CWL 255 – Renaissance Literature and Culture

CWL 257 – Enlightenment Literature and Culture

CWL 262 – Gender & Sexuality in Greco-Roman Antiquity

CWL 263 – Odysseus and Other Heroes

CWL 264 – Introduction to Greek and Roman Theater

CWL 267 – The Short Story

CWL 269 – British, American, and Continental Fiction

CWL 271 – The Holocaust in Context – ACP

CWL 272 – Sexuality and Literature

CWL 273 – The Holocaust in Context

CWL 275 – Masterpieces of East Asian Lit

CWL 276 – Asian Film Genres

CWL 283 – Jewish Sacred Literature

CWL 284 – Modern Jewish Literature

CWL 308 – Chinese Popular Lit

CWL 311 – Japan Lit in Translation I

CWL 312 – Japan Lit in Translation II

CWL 320 – Lit Responses to the Holocaust

CWL 322 – The Comic Imagination

 

East Asian Languages & Cultures

EALC 120 – East Asian Civilizations

EALC 122 – History East Asian Religions

EALC 132 – Zen

EALC 207 – Classical Chinese Lit

EALC 220 – Traditional China

EALC 222 – Chinese Thought and Culture

EALC 226 – Premodern Japanese History

EALC 227 – Modern Japanese History

EALC 230 – Popular Cultures of Contemporary East Asia

EALC 275 – Masterpieces of East Asian Lit

EALC 276 – Asian Film Genres

EALC 287 – Introduction to Buddhism

EALC 305 – Japan Lit in Translation I

EALC 306 – Japan Lit in Translation II

EALC 308 – Chinese Popular Lit

EALC 367 – History of Korea

 

German

GER 201 – German Popular Culture

GER 205 – Germany and Europe

GER 250 – Grimms’ Fairy Tales – ACP

GER 251 – Grimm’s Fairy Tales in Context

GER 260 – The Holocaust in Context – ACP

GER 261 – The Holocaust in Context

GER 270 – Sexuality and Literature

GER 331 – Intro to German Literature

 

Italian

ITAL 156 – Exploring Rome: History and Culture of the Eternal City

ITAL 240 – Italy Middle Ages & Renaiss

ITAL 270 – Introduction to Italian Cinema

 

Linguistics

LING 240 – Language in Human History

 

Religion

REL 101 – Bible as Literature

REL 104 – Asian Mythology

REL 106 – Archaeology and the Bible

REL 108 – Religion & Society in West I

REL 109 – Religion & Society in West II

REL 110 – World Religions

REL 120 – A History of Judaism

REL 121 – Introduction to Christianity

REL 122 – History of East Asian Religions

REL 132 – Zen

REL 160 – Ancient Greek & Roman Religion

REL 201 – Hebrew Bible in English

REL 208 – Cultures & Literatures of South Asia

REL 212 – History of Antisemitism

REL 214 – Introduction to Islam

REL 215 – African Muslim Societies

REL 220 – Jewish Storytelling

REL 223 – The Qur’an (Koran)

REL 224 – Chinese Thought and Culture

REL 230 – Philosophy of Religion Intro

REL 231 – Religion and Philosophy

REL 235 – History of Religion in America

REL 251 – Viking Mythology

REL 260 – Mystics and Saints in Islam

REL 269 – Jewish History Since 1700

REL 270 – Religion, Ethics, Environment

REL 283 – Jewish Sacred Literature

REL 284 – Modern Jewish Literature

REL 286 – Introduction to Hinduism

REL 287 – Introduction to Buddhism

REL 320 – Lit Responses to the Holocaust

REL 393 – The World of Jewish Sepharad

 

Russian

RUSS 115 – Intro to Russian Culture

RUSS 220 – Golden Age of Russian Lit

RUSS 225 – Russian Lit and Revolution

RUSS 260 – Medicine & Russian Literature

RUSS 261 – Intro Russian-Jewish Culture

 

Scandinavian

SCAN 215 – Madness, Myth, and Murder

SCAN 225 – Vikings to Volvos: Scandinavia

SCAN 251 – Viking Mythology

SCAN 252 – Viking Sagas in Translation

 

Slavic

SLAV 117 – Russ & E Euro Science Fiction

SLAV 120 – Russian & E Euro Folktales

 

Literatures, Cultures & Linguistics

SLCL 200 – Topics in Global Culture

 

Spanish

SPAN 242 – Intro to Latina/o Literature

SPAN 246 – Gender & Sexuality in Latina/o Literature

SPAN 248 – Latin American Diaspora through Film: Beyond Braceros, Narcos, and Latin Lovers

 

Translation Studies

TRST 201 – Intro to Translation Studies

 

Ukrainian

UKR 113 – Ukrainian Culture

 

Yiddish

YDSH 220 – Jewish Storytelling

YDSH 320 – Lit Responses to the Holocaust