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Interdepartmental Courses for Autumn 2012

Courses listed here are ONLY the required and elective courses for the Comparative Ethnic and American Studies area of concentration offered in Autumn 2012. Go to requirements to see the range of courses that may fulfill requirements for Comparative Ethnic and American Studies. Consult your Comparative Studies adviser to be sure the courses you choose are appropriate for your particular program. In some cases, courses not listed below may, given relevant content, be substituted at the discretion of your adviser.

Comparative Studies

  • 2105 Literature and Ethnicity, MWF 1020-1115, Lyness
  • 2201 Major Readings in African American and African Studies, MWF 410-505
  • 2214 Intro to Sexuality Studies, MWF 1130-1225
  • 2321 Introduction to Asian American Studies, MWF 3-355, Miller
  • 3686 Cultural Studies of American Musics, WF 1245-205, Shank
  • 3990 Appr to Comparative Studies, TR 1110-1230, Horn
  • 4804 Studies in Latino Literature and Culture, TR 220-340, Delgadillo
  • 4990 Senior Seminar, TR 3:55-5:15, Berman

African and African American Studies

  • 2201 Major Readings in African American and African Studies, MWF 410-505
  • 2251 Intro to African Literature, TR 1110-1230, Kalu; MWF 1020-1115, Adeeko; TR 935-1055, Mphande
  • 2281 Intro to African-American Literature, MWF 520-615, Cash; TR 1110-1230, Livingston; TR 1245-205, Kalu
  • 2288 Bebop to Doowop to Hiphop: The Rhythm and Blues Tradition, TR 935-1055, McDaniel
  • 2290 Black Youth, TR 1110-1230, Noble
  • 2367.01 African Amer Voices in US Lit,  220-340, Livingston; M 530-815,Ulman; TR 1110-1230, Newsum
  • 2367.04 African Amer Women’s Literature, TR 530-650, Livingston
  • 3310 Global Perspectives on the African Diaspora, TR 1245-205, Thiam
  • 3361 Psychology of the Black Experience 1245-205, Myers
  • 4326 Topics in African Americans and Public Policy, T 215-5
  • 4582 Special Topics in African American Literature 220-340, Noble

Art Education

  • 2367.01 Visual Culture: Investigating Diversity and Social Justice, Multiple sections.
  • 2367.01H Visual Culture: Investigating Diversity and Social Justice, TR 1110-1230, Ballengee-Morris

English

  • 2281 Introduction to African American Lit, TR 220-340, Friedman
  • 2367.05 The U.S. Folk Experience, MWF 150-245
  • 4550 Special Topics in Colonial and Early National Literature in the U.S., WF 935-1055, Hewitt
  • 4552 Special Topics in American Poetry through 1915TR 8-920, Fink
  • 4553 20th Century U.S. Fiction, TR 935-1055, Davis; TR 1110-1230, Martinez
  • 4577.01 Folklore I: Groups and Communities, TR 935-1055, Shuman
  • 4580 Special Topics in LGBTQ Literatures and Cultures, TR 355-515, Chen
  • 4581 Spec Topics in US Ethnic Literatures, WF 935-1055, Myers
  • 4582 Spec Topics in African American Literature, TR 220-340, Williams
  • 4583 Spec Topics in World Literature in English, WF 935-1055, Jani
  • 4586 American Indian Literature & Culture, TR 935-1055, Allen

History

  • 2070 Intro to Native American History, MWF 3-355
  • 2080 African American History to 1877, TR 220-340, Shaw
  • 2081 African American History from 1877, TR 355-515, Jeffries
  • 2115 Women and Gender  in Latin America, TR 1110-1230, Guy
  • 2610 Intro to Women’and Gender in the U.S., TR 355-515
  • 2630 History of Modern Sexualities, TR 935-1055, Guy
  • 2750HNatives and Newcomers: Immigration and Migration in the U.S., TR 1245-205, Wu and Fernandez
  • 3006 The U.S. Constitution and American Society since 1877, TR 1110-1230, Stebenne
  • 3012 Antebellum America, TR 8-920, Cashin
  • 3014 Gilded Afe to Progressive Era, 1877-1920, TR 530-650, Baker
  • 3017 The Sixties TR 1245-205, Boyle
  • 3075 Mexican American/Chicano/a History, TR 355-515, Fernandez
  • 3085 African American History through Contemporary Film, M215-500, Jeffries
  • 3465 American Jewish History, WF 1110-1230, Judd  
  • 3700 American Environmental History, WF 935-1055, Roth

Linguistics

  • 2501 Intro to American Indigenous Languages, MWF 1130-1225
  • 2601 Language, Race, Ethnicity in the U.S., WF 1245-205
  • 2602 Language & Social Identity in the U.S., MWF 3-355

Music

  • 2252 History of Rock and Roll, WF 1245-205 plus recitation, Boone

Political Science

  • 4140 Black Politics, TR 1245-205

Psychology

  • 3375 Stereotyping and Prejudice, MWF 3-355, Darwent
  • 4545 Cross-Cultural Psychology, MWF 150-245

Sociology

  • 2345 The Social Structure of American Society, WF 1110-1230, Price-Spratlen
  • 3435 Sociology of Gender, TR 355-525
  • 3463 Social Stratification: Race, Class, and Gender, TR 1110-1230, Dwyer
  • 3464 Work, Employment, and Society, MWF 910-1005, Hodson; TR 220-340
  • 4606 Social Movements and Collective Behavior, WF 220-340, Papaleonardos
  • 4608 Gender, Race, and Class in Mass Communications, WF 1245-205, Gray
  • 4635 Men and Women in Society, WF 1110-1230, Gray 

Spanish

  • 2330 Reinventing American, WF 935-1055, Puga
  • 2389 Spanish in the US: Language as Social Action, Babel
  • 2520 Latin American Literature in Translation: Fictions and Realities, WF 1245-205
  • 4557 Survey of Latino Lit in the US, TR 355-515
  • 4560H Introduction to Spanish American Cultures, TR 1110-1230, Rodriguez
  • 4565H Latin American Indigenous Literatures and Cultures, TR 935-1055, Zevallos-Aguilar
  • 4580 Latin American Film, WF 530-650, Gordon
  • 5689 Spanish in Ohio: An Experiential Course, M 215-5 and WF 935-1055

Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
 

  • 2215 Reading Women Writers, MWF 8-855, Calleri; WF 935-1055, Kaedbey; TBA Tai
  • 2230 Gender, Sexuality, and Race in Popular Culture, WF 1245-205, Husain; TR 1110-1230, Williams; MWF 3-355, Stotlar
  • 2282 Intro to Queer Studies, TR 8-920, Breau
  • 2305 Gender and Sexuality in Global Perspective, TR 530-650, Sengupta
  • 2306 Girlhood, MWF 1240-135, Thomas
  • 2340 Latina Experience in the U.S.,MWF 1130-1225, LaTorre
  • 3317 Hollywood, Women, and Film, TR 1245-205, Mizejewski; TR 8-920, Ziegenfuss; M 515-705, Fuller
  • 3322H Natives and Newcomers: U.S. Immigration and Migration, TR 1245-205, Wu and Fernandez
  • 3505 Feminist Perspectives on Globalization, WF 1110-1230, Sreenivas 
  • 4405 Race and Sexuality, TR 220-340, Winnubst
  • 4520 Women of Color and Social Activism, WF 220-340, Springer
  • 4527 Studies in Gender and Cinema, TR 355-515, Mizejewski

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