Global Culture Core Requirements

Courses Fulfilling Global Culture Core Requirements, Fall 2014

Contestations of Nation in Literature

  • ENG 300B:  Hauntings of Asian America
  • ENG 380B:  Towards a New World Literature
  • ENG 380C:  German Literature after the Wall
  • ENG 380K: Transnational African American Visions

Global Cultural Productions

  • ENG 300G:  Masterworks of French Literature
  • ENG 200F:  Introduction to Latin and Caribbean Studies
  • ENG 300E:  Moscow and St. Petersburg
  • ENG 300F:  19th Century Russian Literature in Translation
  • ENG 380K: Transnational African American Visions
  • ENG 400E:  Dante's Divine Comedy
  • ENG 450E:  From Bombay to Bollywood
  • ENG 450H:  Cervantes's Exemplary Novels

Remember: No one course can count for two requirements for your major.

Courses Fulfilling Global Culture Core Requirements, Summer 2014

For Either Contestations of Nation in Literature or Global Cultural Production

  • ENG 300I: Countercultural Literature

Courses Fulfilling Global Culture Core Requirements, Spring 2014

Contestations of Nation in Literature

  • ENG 300C, Contemporary Asian American Literature and Culture
  • ENG 390C, Introduction to African American Novel
  • ENG 390D, Literature of North Africa and Middle East
  • ENG 450A, Afro-Asian Connections

Global Cultural Productions

  • ENG 200E, Russian Literature in Translation
  • ENG 283F, Introduction to 20th Century African American Literature
  • ENG 380E, Post-Holocaust Literature
  • ENG 380F, Demons, Fools and Madmen
  • ENG 380G, Black and Blues: Blues in African/American Literature
  • ENG 380H, Monsters and Heroes
  • ENG 450F, What's Love Got to Do with It?
  • ENG 450G, Holocaust Fiction

Either:

  • ENG 283I, Black Feminist Thought
  • ENG 283J, Islamic Cultures in Africa

 Remember: No one course can count for two requirements for your major.

Courses Fulfilling Global Culture Core Requirements, Fall 2013

Contestations of Nation in Literature

  • ENG 283A: Asian American Adoptees
  • ENG 300A: Asian and Latin American Immigration to the US
  • ENG 300B: Hauntings in Asia America
  • ENG 370B: Democracy in the Literature of the Americas
  • ENG 370D: Re-Visioning America
  • ENG 371:   Asians of the Americas
  • ENG 380A: Surrealism in Literature and Film
  • ENG 380C: Premodern Tales East-West
  • ENG 380D: Korean American Literature and Culture
  • ENG 390B: Race, Realism and the City
  • ENG 450C: American Radicalism

Global Cultural Productions

  • ENG 200E: 19th Century Russian Literature in Translation
  • ENG 200F: Introduction to Latin American and Caribbean Studies
  • ENG 200G: Yeats, Beckett, Joyce, Heaney
  • ENG 200H: Bands of Brothers: Epic Heroes
  • ENG 283E: Introduction to African Literature
  • ENG 283G: Introduction to African Cinema
  • ENG 300F: Race, Class and Gender in Latin America
  • ENG 300G: Masterworks of French Literature
  • ENG 300H: Slavery in Latin America
  • ENG 380G: Cinema of Migration
  • ENG 390E: Issues in Feminist Writing and Films
  • ENG 390F: Africans and African Americans in Paris
  • ENG 450E: From Bombay to Bollywood
  • ENG 450F: Don Quixote
  • ENG 450G: Romance, Betrayal, Tragedy

Either:

  • ENG 300I: Refugee Fictions
  • ENG 300J: Rise of the Modern Hero
  • ENG 300K: The Evolution of Happiness
  • ENG 300L: The Short Story
  • ENG 380I: Identity, Sexuality and Gender
  • ENG 380J: Literature, Race and Film
  • ENG 380K: Censorship
  • ENG 380L: Fathers and Sons in Literature
  • ENG 450L: Digital Literature
Remember: No one course can count for two requirements for your major.

Courses Fulfilling Global Culture Core Requirements, Summer 2013

Either Contestations of Nation in Literature and Culture (CNLC) OR Global Cultural Productions (GCP)

  • ENG 300I: Counterculture Lit
  • ENG 300J: Native American Lit & Culture
  • ENG 300K: Evolution of Happiness
  • ENG 300L: Freaks and Geeks: Evolution of Modern Literature
Remember: No one course can count for two requirements for your major.

Courses Fulfilling Global Culture Core Requirements, Spring 2013

Contestations of Nation in Literature and Culture (CNLC)

  • ENG 200B: World Literature in Translation
  • ENG 283A: Latina Feminisms
  • ENG 300A: Violence and the American Imagination
  • ENG 300B: Postmodern American Literature
  • ENG 300C: Contemporary Asian American Literature
  • ENG 340A: The Masque
  • ENG 370B: Democracy and Literatures of the Americas
  • ENG 380C: Translation and Globalization
  • ENG 380D: Encountering the Orient
  • ENG 390A: African American Heritage
  • ENG 390C: Intro to African American Novel
  • ENG 450A: Contesting American Identities
  • ENG 450C: American Radicalism
  • ENG 450D: Barbarism

Global Cultural Productions (GCP)

  • ENG 200E: 20th-Century Russian Literature in Translation
  • ENG 200F: Greek/Roman Biography
  • ENG 283G: Golden Arts of Kings
  • ENG 300G: Slavic Folklore
  • ENG 380E: Post Holocaust Literature
  • ENG 380F: Freud in Literature
  • ENG 380G: Modern Women in Literature
  • ENG 380H: Monsters and Heroes
  • ENG 450E: Love and War
  • ENG 450F: Postcolonial Arabic Novel
  • ENG 450G: Inventing the Middle Ages
  • ENG 450H: Ubermen and Underlings

CNLC or GCP

  • ENG 283K: Latin American and Caribbean Literature
  • ENG 283L: Race, Literature and Death
  • ENG 300I: Islamic Cultures in Africa
  • ENG 300L: Gaming as Literature
  • ENG 330I: Medieval Stories
  • ENG 380I: Representing the Holocaust
  • ENG 380K: 20th-Century Black British Literature
  • ENG 450K: Writing Exile and Migration
  • ENG 450L: Philosophy of New Media
Remember: No one course can count for two requirements for your major.

Courses Fulfilling Global Culture Core Requirements, Fall 2012

Contestations of Nation in Literature and Culture (CNLC)

  • ENG 283A: Asian American Cultural Representations
  • ENG 283C: Contemporary World Literature
  • ENG 370B: Visions of Reality in 19th/20th-Century American Literature
  • ENG 370D: Re-Visioning America
  • ENG 380A: Stiff Upper Lips
  • ENG 380B: Black, Latino, and Asian Gangs
  • ENG 450C: American Radicalism
  • ENG 450D: Deluze
  • ENG 380C:  Contemporary Rhetorics of Race and Racism

Global Cultural Productions (GCP)

  • ENG 200E: 19th-Century Russian Literature in Translation
  • ENG 200F: Intro to Latin American and Caribbean Studies
  • ENG 200G: German Film and Culture
  • ENG 283F: Slavery in Latin America
  • ENG 380E: Caribbean Writers in Fiction and Film
  • ENG 380F: Modern Women in Literature and Film
  • ENG 390E: Issues in Feminine Writing and Films
  • ENG 390F: African Novel

CNLC or GCP

  • ENG 283I: Post-War Asian American Literature and Culture
  • ENG 283J: Women Writing the Americas
  • ENG 300K: The Evolution of Happiness
  • ENG 300L: Gaming as Literature
  • ENG 380I: Black Housing Narratives
  • ENG 380J: Postcolonial India
  • ENG 380L: Literary Respsonses to the Holocaust
  • ENG 450I: Borges/Calvino
  • ENG 450J: Postcolonial Fiction
  • ENG 450K: Walter Benjamin
  • ENG 450L: Ethics
Remember: No one course can count for two requirements for your major.

Courses Fulfilling Global Culture Core Requirements, Summer 2012

Contestations of Nation in Literature and Culture (CNLC)

  • ENG 300C:  Contemporary American Lit (Offered during both Summer Session 1 and Summer Session 2)
Remember: No one course can count for two requirements for your major.

Courses Fulfilling Global Culture Core Requirements, Spring 2012

Contestations of Nation in Literature and Culture (CNLC)

  • ENG 283A: Violence and the American Imagination 
  • ENG 380A: Finding America 
  • ENG 380B: Fabulous Fictions
  • ENG 380C: Translation and Globalization 
  • ENG 380D: Youth and Subculture
  • ENG 390A: Literature of N. Africa and the Middle East   

Global Cultural Productions (GCP)

  • ENG 200E: 20th-Century Russian Literature in Translation 
  • ENG 283E: Mann's Doctor Faustus 
  • ENG 283F: Heroines, Goddesses, Whores and Wives 
  • ENG 383E: Women in Russian Literature 
  • ENG 390E: African Novel 
  • ENG 450F: Kafka and His Readers  

CNLC or GCP 

  • ENG 283L: Flattery or Civility? 
  • ENG 300J: Post Holocaust Literature 
  • ENG 380I: Magical Realism 
  • ENG 380J: New Immigrants in New York 
  • ENG 380K: Moscow: Text and Context
  • ENG 380L: Cultures of the Cold War
  • ENG 450I: Film and Philosophy
  • ENG 450J: Goethe 
  • ENG 450K: Writing Exile and Migration
  • ENG 450L: The Politics of Translation 

Remember: No one course can count for two requirements for your major.

  

 

Last Updated: 8/27/14