Global Education Classes Fall 2016 (Regional Option)

The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences offers the following list of Global Education concentrations with approved classes for each listed below.

For additional information, please call us at (413) 577-1057, or stop by our office at 128 Thompson Hall. 
 

African Studies Region

Asian Studies Region

Latin American Studies Region

Middle Eastern Studies Region

Northern European Studies Region

Eastern European Studies Region

Southern European Studies Region

African Studies Region

Also, classes taught in Arabic, French, Portuguese, or Swahili

Afroam 101 Intro to Black StudiesHistory 260 Power/Violence in S. Africa
Anthro 104 Culture, Soc. & People Honors 201 Ideas that Changed the World
Anthro 105 Language, Culture & CommunicationHonors 251 International Issues 
Anthro 208 Human EcologyHonors 451 Cross-Cultural ReEntry
Anthro 297AR Anthropology of ReligionItalian 397MD Italy and the Mediterranean
Anthro 297MD Dragon Myth: Global Symbols of PowerJudaic 383 Women, Gender, and Judaism
Anthro 297PP Anthropology of SlaveryLabor 204 Labor & The Global Economy
ArtHist 115 Introduction to Visual ArtsLegal 375 Human Rights & Wrongs
ArtHist 324 Modern Art 1800 - PresentLinguist 101 People and their Language
ArtHist 383 Great Themes in ArtMusic 150 Lively Arts
Comm 289 Media, PR, and PropagandaPhil 336 Existential Philosophy
Comm 340 Hist of Film to 1950PoliSci 111 Comparative Politics
Comm 492G Cultures in ConversationPoliSci 121 World Politics
Comp-Lit 121 International Short StoryPoliSci 281 Comparative Political Economy 
Comp-Lit 122 Spiritual AutobiographyPoliSci 343 Government & Politics East Africa
Comp-Lit 131 Brave New WorldPoliSci 356 International Law
Comp-Lit 141 Good & Evil: East/WestPoliSci 391PC Immigration: Politics and Policy
Comp-Lit 233 Fantasy & World Lit.PoliSci 391PD International Program Development
Comp-Lit 392M Mystical LiteratureResEcon 121 Hunger in a Global Economy
Econ 348 Political Economy of WomenSociol 321 Sociology of Religion
Econ 367 Development Post-Independence AfricaSociol 329 Social Movements
Econ 371 Comparative Economic SystemsSociol 334 International Crises and Disasters
Educ 229 International EducationSociol 360 Urban Sociology
English 132 Gender, Sexuality, Literature & CultureStocksch 281 Topics in Herbalism (2cr)
English 144 World LiteratureStocksch 297C Traditional Herbal Medicine (1cr)
Geograph 102 Human LandscapeWomensSt 201 Gender & Difference, Critical Analysis
Geograph 220 World Regional Geography WomensSt 301 Theorizing Gender, Race, and Power 
History 112 Intro to World Religions 

 Asian Studies

Also, classes taught in Chinese, Hindu, Japanese, and Korean

Anthro 104 Culture, Soc. & PeopleHistory 269 The American War in Vietnam
Anthro 105 Language, Culture & CommunicationHistory 345 China in the 19th Century
Anthro 208 Human EcologyHonors 201 Ideas that Changed the World
Anthro 297AR Anthropology of ReligionHonors 251 International Issues
Anthro 297MD Dragon Myth: Global Symbols of PowerHonors 451 Cross-Cultural ReEntry Seminar
Anthro 297PP Anthropology of SlaveryJapanese 135 Japanese Art & Culture
ArtHist 115 Introduction to Visual ArtsJapanese 144 Japan Lit-Modern
ArtHist 324 Modern Art 1800-PresentJapanese 197C Intro to Japanese Religions
ArtHist 383 Great Themes in ArtJapanese 197M Study Abroad in Japan (1cr)
AsianSt 397B Bridging the Gap: Asian & Asian AmJapanese 297B Japanese Popular Culture
Chinese 136 Int To Chinese CinemaLabor 204 Labor & The Global Economy
Chinese 140 Chinese Script 1Legal 375 Human Rights & Wrongs
Chinese 394WI Women in Chinese CulturesLinguist 101 People and their Language
Comm 289 Media, PR, and PropagandaMusic 150 Lively Arts
Comm 340 History of Film to 1950Phil 336 Existential Philosophy
Comm 492G Cultures in ConversationPoliSci 111 Comparative Politics
Comp-Lit 121 International Short StoryPoliSci 121 World Politics
Comp-Lit 122 Spiritual AutobiographyPoliSci 281 Comparative Political Economy 
Comp-Lit 131 Brave New WorldPoliSci 356 International Law
Comp-Lit 141 Good & Evil: East/WestPoliSci 391PC Immigration: Politics and Policy
Comp-Lit 233 Fantasy & World Lit.PoliSci 391PD International Program Development
Comp-Lit 392M Mystical LiteraturePoliSci 394CI Central Asian Politics
Econ 348 Political Economy of WomenResEcon 121 Hunger in a Global Economy
Econ 371 Comparative Economic SystemsSociol 321 Sociology of Religion
Educ 229 International EducationSociol 329 Social Movements
English 132 Gender, Sexuality, Literature & CultureSociol 334 International Crises and Disasters
English 144 World LiteratureSociol 360 Urban Sociology
Geograph 102 Human LandscapeStockSch 281 Topics in Herbalism 1 (2cr)
Geograph 220 World Regional Geography StockSch 297C Traditional Herbal Medicine (1cr)
History 112 Intro to World ReligionsWomensSt 201 Gender & Difference, Critical Analysis
History 116 History of JapanWomensSt 301 Theorizing Gender, Race, & Power
History 247 Empire, Race & the Philippines WomenSt 293AA Gender and Asian America
History 250 Intro South Asian History & Culture 

Latin American Studies

Also, classes taught in Portuguese, Spanish, and Quechua

Anthro 104 Culture, Soc. & PeopleHistory 359 Modern Brazil
Anthro 105 Language, Culture CommunicationHistory 397LA Environmental History of Latin America
Anthro 208 Human EcologyHonors 201 Ideas that Changed the World
Anthro 220 Intro to Native American Indian StudiesHonors 251 International Issues
Anthro 297AR Anthropology of ReligionHonors 451 Cross-Cultural Re-Entry
Anthro 297MD Dragon Myth: Global Symbols of PowerLabor 204 Labor & a Global Economy
Anthro 297PP Anthropology of SlaveryLegal 375 Human Rights & Wrongs
Anthro 297PP Anthropology of SlaveryLinguist 101 People and their Language
ArtHist 115 Introduction to Visual ArtsMusic 150 Lively Arts
ArtHist 324 Modern Art 1880 - PresentPhil 336 Existential Philosophy
ArtHist 383 Great Themes in ArtPoliSci 111 Comparative Politics
Comm 289 Media, PR, and PropagandaPoliSci 121 World Politics 
Comm 340 History of Film to 1950PoliSci 245 Politics of English Speaking Caribbean
Comm 492G Cultures in ConversationPoliSci 281 Comparative Political Economy
Comp-Lit 121 International Short StoryPoliSci 356 International Law
Comp-Lit 122 Spiritual AutobiographyPoliSci 391PC Immigration: Politics and Policy
Comp-Lit 131 Brave New WorldPoliSci 391PD International Program Development
Comp-Lit 141 Good & Evil: East/WestPortug 322 Intro to Brazilian Lit
Comp-Lit 233 Fantasy & World Lit.Portug 408 Brazil in Film and Fiction
Comp-Lit 392M Mystical LiteratureResEcon 121 Hunger in a Global Economy
Econ 348 Political Economy of WomenSociol 321 Sociology of Religion
Econ 371 Comparative Economic SystemsSociol 329 Social Movements
Educ 229 International EducationSociol 360 Urban Sociology
English 132 Gender, Sexuality Literature & CultureSociol 334 International Crises and Disasters
English 144 World LiteratureStocksch 281 Topics in Herbalism 1 (2cr)
Geograph 102 Human LandscapeStocksch 297C Traditional Herbal Medical (1cr)
Geograph 220 World Regional GeographyWomensSt 201 Gender & Difference, Critical Analysis
History 112 Intro to World ReligionsWomensSt 301 Theory/Gender/Race & Power
History 120 Latin America: Colonial PeriodWomenSt 393C Caribbean Women Writing
History 121 Modern Latin America 

Middle Eastern Studies

Also, classes taught in Arabic, Hebrew, Persian, and Turkish

Anthro 104 Culture, Soc. & PeopleJudaic 102 Jewish People II
Anthro 105 Language, Culture & CommunicationJudaic 189 Culture and Immigration in Isreal
Anthro 208 Human EcologyJudaic 319 Representing the Holocaust
Anthro 297AR Anthropology of ReligionJudaic 320 Jewish Humor
Anthro 297MD Dragon Myth: Global Symbols of PowerJudaic 324 Slavery in Comparative Religious Pespective
Anthro 297PP Anthropology of SlaveryJudaic 365 Anti-Semitism in Historical Perspective
ArtHist 115 Introduction to Visual ArtsJudaic 383 Women, Gender, and Judaism
ArtHist 324 Modern Art 1880-presentLabor 204 Labor in Global Economy
ArtHist 348 Islamic Art and Architecture IILegal 375 Human Rights & Wrongs
ArtHist 383 Great Themes in ArtLinguist 101 People and their Language
Comm 289 Media, PR, and PropagandaMideast 189 Culture and Immigration in Isreal
Comm 340 History of Film to 1950Mideast 392MA Modern Arabic Political Thought
Comm 492G Cultures in ConversationMusic 150 Lively Arts
Comp-Lit 121 International Short StoryPhil 336 Existential Philosophy
Comp-Lit 122 Spiritual AutobiographyPoliSci 111 Comparative Politics
Comp-Lit 131 Brave New WorldPoliSci 121 World Politics
Comp-Lit 141 Good & Evil: East/WestPoliSci 281 Comparative Political Economy
Comp-Lit 233 Fantasy & World LitPoliSci 356 International Law
Comp-Lit 261 Modern Arabic LiteraturePoliSci 343 Government and Politics in East Africa
Comp-Lit 319 Representing the HolocaustPoliSci 391PC Immigration: Politics and Policy
Comp-Lit 392M Mystical LiteraturePoliSci 391PD International Program Development
Econ 348 Political Economy of WomenResEcon 121 Hunger in a Global Economy
Econ 371 Comparative Economic SystemsSociol 321 Sociology of Religion
Educ 229 International Education Sociol 329 Social Movements
English 132 Gender, Sexuality, Literature & CultureSociol 334 International Crises and Disasters
English 144 World Literature In English Sociol 360 Urban Sociology
Geograph 102 Human LandscapeStocksch 281 Topics in Herbalism (2cr)
Geograph 220 World Regional GeographyStocksch 297C Traditional Herbal Medicine (1cr)
History 112 Intro to World ReligionWomensSt 201 Gender & Difference, Critical Analysis
Honors 201 Ideas that Changed the WorldWomensSt 301 Theory/Gender/Race/Power
Honors 251 International Issues 
Honors 451 Cross-Cultural ReEntry  

Northern European Studies

Also, classes taught in Dutch, German, or Swedish

Anthro 104 Culture, Soc. & PeopleGerman 363 Witches: Myth and Reality
Anthro 105 Language, Culture & CommunicationHistory 101 Western Thought Since 1600
Anthro 208 Human EcologyHistory 112 Intro to World Religion
Anthro 297AR Anthropology of ReligionHistory 391S Spanish Civil War
Anthro 297MD Dragon Myth: Global Symbols of PowerHonors 201 Ideas that Changed the World
Anthro 297PP Anthropology of SlaveryHonors 251 International Issues
Anthro 394AI Europe After the WallHonors 451 Cross-Cultural Re-Entry
Anthro 394CE Culture, Heritage, and Society in EuropeJudaic 102 Jewish People II 
ArtHist 115 Introduction to Visual ArtsJudaic 319 Representing the Holocaust
Art Hist  323 European Art 1780-1880Judaic 320 Jewish Humor
ArtHist 323 European Art, 1780-1880Judaic 324 Slavery in Comparative Religious Pespective
ArtHist 324 Modern Art, 1880-presentJudaic 365 Anti-Semitism in Historical Perspective
ArtHist 328 North American Art to 1860Judaic 383 Women, Gender, and Judaism
ArtHist 342 19th Century Architecture: Ref, Hist, TechLabor 204 Labor & The Global Economy 
ArtHist 383 Great Themes in ArtLegal 375 Human Rights & Wrongs
ArtHist 397C 19th Century Art: Canova/DuchampLinguist 101 People and their Language
Comm 289 Media, PR, and PropagandaMusic 150 Lively Arts
Comm 340 History of Film to 1950Phil 336 Existential Philosophy
Comm 492G Cultures in ConversationPoliSci 111 Comparative Politics
Comp-Lit 121 International Short StoryPoliSci 121 World Politics
Comp-Lit 122 Spiritual AutobiographyPoliSci 281 Comparative Political Economy
Comp-Lit 131 Brave New WorldPoliSci 356 International Law
Comp-Lit 141 Good & Evil: East/WestPoliSci 391PC Immigration: Politics and Policy
Comp-Lit 233 Fantasy & World LiteraturePoliSci 391PD International Program Development
Comp-Lit 319 Representing the HolocaustResEcon 121 Hunger in a Global Economy
Comp-Lit 381 Self-Reflective Avant-Garde FilmScandin 265 Scandinavian Mythology 
Comp-Lit 391LW Love, War, Polish & Russian Scandin 391E Mystery, Murder, and Mayhem in Scan. Fiction and Film
Comp-Lit 392M Mystical LiteratureSociol 321 Sociology of Religion
Econ 348 Political Economy of WomenSociol 329 Social Movements
Econ 371 Comparative Economic SystemsSociol 334 International Crises and Disasters
Educ 229 International Education Sociol 360 Urban Sociology
English 132 Gender, Sexuality, Literature & CultureStocksch 281 Topics in Herbalism (2cr)
English 144 World Literature In English Stocksch297C Traditional Herbal Medicine (1cr)
English 319 Representing the HolocaustWomensSt 201 Gender & Difference, Critical Analysis
English 365 20C Lit Of IrelandWomensSt 301 Theory/Gender/Race/Power
Geograph 102 Human Landscape 
Geograph 220 World Regional Geography 

Eastern European Studies

Also, classes taught in Bosnian, Croatian, Polish, Russian, Serbian, and Yiddish

Anthro 104 Culture, Soc. & PeopleHistory 101 Western Thought Since 1600
Anthro 105 Language, Culture & CommunicationHistory 112 Intro to World Religions 
Anthro 208 Human EcologyHistory 317 The Russian Revolution
Anthro 297AR Anthropology of ReligionHistory 391S Spanish Civil War
Anthro 297MD Dragon Myth: Global Symbols of PowerHonors 201 Ideas that Changed the World
Anthro 297PP Anthropology of SlaveryHonors 251 International Issues
Anthro 394AI Europe After the WallHonors 451 Cross-Cultural Re-Entry Seminar
Anthro 394CE Culture, Heritage, and Society in EuropeJudaic 102 Jewish People II
ArtHist 115 Introduction to Visual ArtsJudaic 319 Representing the Holocaust
ArtHist 323 European Art, 1780-1880Judaic 320 Jewish Humor
ArtHist 324 Modern Art, 1880-presentJudaic 324 Slavery in Comparative Religious Pespective
ArtHist 328 American Art to 1860Judaic 365 Anti-Semitism in Historical Perspective
ArtHist 342 19th Century Architecture: Ref, Hist, TechJudaic 383 Women, Gender, and Judaism
ArtHist 383 Great Themes in ArtJudaic 397R Jewish Folklore
ArtHist 397C 19th Century Art: Canova/DuchampLabor 204 Labor in a Global Economy
Comm 289 Media, PR, and PropagandaLegal 375 Human Rights & Wrongs
Comm 340 History of Film to 1950Linguist 101 People and their Language
Comm 492G Cultures in ConversationMusic 150 Lively Arts
Comp-Lit 121 International Short StoryPhil 336 Existential Philosophy
Comp-Lit 122 Spiritual AutobiographyPoliSci 111 Comparative Politics
Comp-Lit 131 Brave New WorldPoliSci 121 World Politics
Comp-Lit 141 Good & Evil: East/WestPoliSci 281 Comparative Political Economy
Comp-Lit 233 Fantasy & World Lit.PoliSci 356 International Law
Comp-Lit 319 Representing the HolocaustPoliSci 391PC Immigration: Politics and Policy
Comp-Lit 381 Self-Reflective Avant-Garde FilmPoliSci 391PD International Program Development
Comp-Lit 391LW Polish/Russ, Love & WarResEcon 121 Hunger in a Global Economy
Comp-Lit 392M Mystical LiteratureRussian 197S Russian Songs 
Econ 348 Political Economy of WomenSociol 321 Sociology of Religion
Econ 371 Comparative Economic SystemsSociol 329 Social Movements
Educ 229 International Education Sociol 334 International Crises and Disasters
English 132 Gender, Sexuality Literature & CultureSociol 360 Urban Sociology
English 144 World Literature in EnglishStockSch 281 Topics in Herbalism I (2cr)
English 319 Representing the HolocaustStocksch 297C Traditional Herbal Medicine (1cr)
Geograph 102 Human LandscapeWomensSt 201 Gender & Difference, Critical Analysis
Geograph 220 World Regional GeographyWomensSt 301 Theorizing Gender, Race, & Power
German 363 Witches - Myths & Reality 

Southern European Studies

Also, classes taught in French, Greek, Italian, Latin, Portuguese, and Spanish

Anthro 104 Culture, Soc. & PeopleHistory 112 Intro to World Religions 
Anthro 105 Language, Culture & CommunicationHistory 247 Empire, Race, and the Philippines
Anthro 208 Human EcologyHistory 391S Spanish Civil War
Anthro 297AR Anthropology of ReligionHonors 201 Ideas that Changed the World
Anthro 297MD Dragon Myth: Global Symbols of PowerHonors 251 International Issues
Anthro 297PP Anthropology of SlaveryHonors 451 Cross-Cultural Re-Entry
Anthro 394AI Europe After the WallItalian 297P The Culture of Italian Comics
Anthro 394CE Culture, Heritage, and Society in EuropeItalian 350 Italian Film
ArtHist 115 Introduction to Visual ArtsItalian 397MD Italy and the Mediterranean
Art Hist  323 European Art 1780-1880Judaic 102 Jewish People II
ArtHist 323 European Art, 1780-1880Judaic 319 Representing the Holocaust
ArtHist 324 Modern Art, 1880-presentJudaic 320 Jewish Humor
ArtHist 328 North American Art to 1860Judaic 324 Slavery in Comparative Religious Pespective
ArtHist 342 19th Century Architecture: Ref, Hist, TechJudaic 365 Anti-Semitism in Historical Perspective
ArtHist 383 Great Themes in ArtJudaic 383 Women, Gender, and Judaism
ArtHist 397C 19th Century Art: Canova/DuchampLabor 204 Labor & The Global Economy 
Comm 289 Media, PR, and PropagandaLegal 375 Human Rights & Wrongs
Comm 340 History of Film to 1950Linguist 101 People and their Language
Comm 492G Cultures in ConversationMusic 150 Lively Arts
Comp-Lit 121 International Short StoryPhil 336 Existential Philosophy
Comp-Lit 122 Spiritual AutobiographyPoliSci 111 Comparative Politics
Comp-Lit 131 Brave New WorldPoliSci 121 World Politics
Comp-Lit 141 Good & Evil: East/WestPoliSci 281 Comparative Political Economy
Comp-Lit 233 Fantasy & World LiteraturePoliSci 356 International Law
Comp-Lit 392M Mystical LiteraturePoliSci 391PC Immigration: Politics and Policy
Econ 348 Political Economy of WomenPoliSci 391PD International Program Development
Econ 371 Comparative Economic SystemsResEcon 121 Hunger in a Global Economy
Educ 229 International Education Sociol 321 Sociology of Religion
English 132 Gender, Sexuality, Literature & CultureSociol 329 Social Movements
English 144 World Literature In English Sociol 360 Urban Sociology
English 319 Representing the HolocaustSociol 334 International Crises and Disasters
English 365 20C Lit Of IrelandStocksch 281 Topics in Herbalism (2cr)
Geograph 102 Human LandscapeStocksch 297C Traditional Herbal Medical (1cr)
Geograph 220 World Regional GeographyWomensSt201 Gender & Difference, Critical Analysis
German 363 Witches/Myths & RealityWomensSt 301 Theory/Race/Gender/Power
History 101 West Thought Since 1600