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Multiculturalism (CMCL)


These requirements may be completed at any time.

Core Skills courses may not satisfy these requirements. Courses listed in Core Distribution Requirement areas may also be listed here.

 

Complete one course, selected from the following:

AMST 220 - Introduction to American Studies  
ANTH 100 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology  
ANTH 115 - Anthropology of Race, Class, and Gender  
ANTH 204 - Global Human Issues  
ANTH 206 - Native Cultures of North America  
ANTH 208 - The Lives of Women  
ANTH 209 - Peoples and Cultures of Africa  
ANTH 212 - Africa Through Film  
ANTH 213 - Latin American Peoples and Cultures  
ANTH 215 - The Caribbean  
ANTH 216 - Peoples and Cultures of the Middle East  
ANTH 230 - Culture, Health and Illness  
ANTH 306 - The Dynamics of City Life  
ANTH 311 - The Emergence of Cities  
ANTH 318 - Anthropology of Childhood  
ANTH 319 - Contemporary Native Americans  
ANTH 322 - War, Peace and Culture  
ANTH 324 - Seminar: New England Ethnic and Regional Communities  
ANTH 326 - African Ethnomedicine  
ANTH 331 - Power, Politics and Culture  
ANTH 355 - Anthropological Study Tour  
ANTH 396 - Special Topics in Cultural Anthropology  
ANTH 417 - Seminar: She/He “Two Spirits” Gender Cross-Culturally  
ANTH 420 - Culture, Media and the Visual Imagination  
ANTH 432 - Seminar: Critical Issues in Global Health  
ARTH 203 - American Art and Architecture  
ARTH 205 - Asian Art Survey: India, China and Japan  
ARTH 207 - Introduction to African Art  
ARTH 208 - Survey of Islamic Art and Architecture  
ARTH 211 - Monuments as Cultural Symbols and Emblems of Power  
ARTH 212 - Art and Culture in Latin America: From Independence to the Present  
ARTH 214 - Global Art History Study Tour  
ARTH 217 - African-American Art  
ARTH 218 - History of Photography  
ARTH 219 - Pre-Columbian Art and Architecture  (beginning Fall 2018)
ARTH 220 - United States Art Study Tour  
ARTH 288 - Buddhist Art and Architecture  
ARTH 308 - Women in the Visual Arts  
COMM 365 - Introduction to Intercultural Communication  
CRJU 241 - Women and Violence  
CRJU 290 - Mental Health in the Criminal Justice System  
CRJU 347 - Restorative and Transformative Justice  
CRJU 349 - Perspectives on the Holocaust  
CRJU 350 - Behind the Walls: Crime and Justice  
CRJU 358 - Race, Class, Crime and Justice  
CRJU 369 - Gender, Crime and Justice  
CRJU 428 - Culture and Crime  
ENGL 233 - Introduction to the African American Novel  
ENGL 255 - East Asian Literature in Translation  
GEOG 151 - Human Geography  
GEOG 171 - Geography of the Developing World  
GEOG 296 - Field Study Tour in Geography  
GEOG 374 - Middle East: Islam and Theater of Conflict  
GEOG 375 - South Asia: Land of Diversity and Disparity  
GEOG 381 - Latin America: Globalization and Cohesion  
HIST 111 - Western Civilization to the Reformation  
HIST 112 - Western Civilization since the Reformation  
HIST 131 - World History to 1500  
HIST 132 - World History since 1500  
HIST 151 - Asian Civilization  
HIST 161 - History and Culture of Mexico  
LAKO 101 - Elementary Korean I  
LANG 260 - The Art of Zen  
LANG 288 - Introduction to Asian Studies  
LANG 350 - International Women’s Cinema  
LANG 360 - Japanese Cinema and Theater  
LTAC 201 - Introduction to Latin American and Caribbean Studies  
MUSC 163 - Introduction to Musics of the World  (beginning Summer 2015)
MUSC 166 - Survey of Jazz  
MUSC 168 - American Popular Music  
PHIL 214 - Philosophy of Race  
PHIL 232 - Philosophy and Feminist Thought  
PHIL 307 - Classical Indian Philosophy  
POLI 275 - Comparative Government  
POLI 279 - Introduction to Public Administration  (beginning Fall 2019)
PSYC 200 - Non-Western Theories of Personality  
PSYC 230 - Cultural Psychology  
SCWK 270 - Social Work Issues of Diversity and Oppression  
SCWK 349 - Perspectives on the Holocaust  
SOCI 102 - Introduction to Sociology  
SOCI 103 - Social Problems  
SOCI 104 - Global Social Problems  
SOCI 204 - Gender, Sexuality and Society  
SOCI 214 - Middle Eastern Societies  
SOCI 216 - Latin American Societies  
SOCI 217 - East Asian Societies: China and Japan  
SOCI 220 - The Developing World  
SOCI 222 - African World Perspectives  
SOCI 226 - Food and Society  
SOCI 347 - Immigration and Migration: A Sociological Perspective  
SOCI 360 - Feminist Theory in Sociology  
SPED 203 - Cultural Diversity Issues in School and Society  
TESL 203 - Cultural Issues in Teaching English as a Second/Foreign Language  (beginning Fall 2017)
TESL 215 - International Travel Course: TESOL and Multiculturalism  
THEA 222 - Asian Theatre 
THEA 319 - Latin American and Latino Theatre  
WGSS 240 - Critical Perspectives in Women’s and Gender Studies  
WGSS 265 - Introduction to GLBT Studies