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IDLS Humanities and Social Studies

SPRING 2008

IdLS, Humanities and Social Studies

Approved Courses

Notes:

1) This list may not be exhaustive. If you don't see a particular course you want to take, double check on e-campus to see if it is being offered in Spring of 2008.

2) Information in brackets notes prerequisites.

3) If you find on e-campus a course that is relevant but not listed in your track, check with your IdLS advisor to see if you can take it for credit in your track.

Track I: Citizenship and Public Policy

ANTH/SOC 313 Processes of Social and Cultural Change

ANTH 373 Anthropological Perspectives on Environment and Development [GANTH 195 or permission]

Econ 305 Environmental Economics [3 hrs in ECON]

Econ 306 Economics of Women And Family [ECON 201]

ECON 326 Public Finance [GECON 20l; ECON 201]

HIST 350 Virginia

HIST 356 African American History Since 1865

PHIL 262 Problems in Applied Ethics

POSC 302 State and Local Government

POSC 326 Civil Rights [GPOS 225]

POSC 330 American Political Thought

POSC 351 Contemporary Problems in American Gov.

POSC 358 Public Policy

POSC 368 Interest Groups and Public Policy [GPOSC 225]

SOCI 313 Processes of Social and Cultural Change

SOCI 321 Politics in Society

SOCI 334 Socialization & Society

SOCI 341 Sociology of Education

SOCI 354 Social and Cultural Stratification

WRIT 310 Studies in Literacy

WRIT 320 Writing in the Public Sphere

WRIT 330 Technology and Writing

WRIT 340 Teaching Writing

Additional Courses (Advisors should sign substitution forms for these after the course has been taken.)

ENG 302 Special Topics in Lit and Lang: Children's Literature

HIST 362 US Religious History
POSC 240 Comparative Politics

POSC 371 Comparative Political Behavior


Track 2: Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Class

ECON 306 Economics of Women and Family [ECON 201]

ENG 361 African-American Fiction Writers

ENG 362 African-American Poets

ENG 370 Exploring Gay and Lesbian Literature

ENG 431 Studies in Caribbean Literature

HIST 263 Africa

HIST 270 Middle East

HIST 320 Women in U.S. History

HIST 356 Afro- American History since 1865

MUS 356 History of Jazz in America

REL 380 Contemporary Theologies

SCOM 347 Communication, Diversity and Popular Culture

SOCI 354 Social and Cultural Stratification

SOCI 367 Sociology of Sexuality

WRIT 310 Studies in Literacy

WRIT 320 Writing in the Public Sphere

WRIT 340 Teaching Writing

Additional Courses (Advisors should sign substitution forms for these after the course has been taken.)

ENG 302 Special Topics in Lit and Lang: Children's Literature

ENG 466 Studies in Women's Literature: Toni Morrison and Motherhood

HIST 350 Virginia

HIST 362 US Religious History
HIST 379 Family and Gender in East Asia

HIST 341 Selected Themes in World History: Evolution in the Victorian World
HIST 439 American Sexuality
HIST 443 Modern American Technology and Culture
HIST 489 Women and Fascism
POSC 240 Comparative Politics

POSC 371 Topics in Comparative Politics: Comparative Political Behavior


Track 3: Culture in Geographic Context: The Americas

ANTH 312 The Native Americans

ANTH 325 Aztec, Maya & their Predecessors

ENG 343 Writers of the American Renaissance

ENG 361 African-American Fiction Writers

ENG 362 African-American Poets

ENG 431 Studies in Caribbean Literature

GEOG 337 Geography of Latin America

HIST 320 Women in US History

HIST 323 The Old South

HIST 350 Virginia

HIST 356 African American History since 1865

HIST 447 South America

PHIL 370 American Philosophy

GMUS 203 Music in America

SOCI 358 Sociology of Consumption

WRIT 320 Writing in the Public Sphere

Additional Courses (Advisors should sign substitution forms for these after the course has been taken.)

ENG 302 Special Topics in Lit and Lang: Children's Literature

ENG 342 Early American Literature

ENG 343 Writers of the American Renaissance

ENG 355 Southern Literature

ENG 362 African American Poets

ENG 412J Topics: Marriage, Sexuality and Reform in Early America

HIST 341 Selected Themes in World History: Evolution in the Victorian World

HIST 362 US Religious History

HIST 439 American Sexuality
HIST 443 Modern American Technology and Culture
HIST 492 American Material Culture

POSC 240 Comparative Politics

POSC 351 Topics in American Politics: Race and Politics

POSC 371 Topics in Comparative Politics: Comparative Political Behavior


Track 4: Culture in Geographic Context: Europe

DANC 248 History of Dance--Renaissance through the Twentieth Century

ENG 375 Studies in Anglo-Irish Literature

ENG 456 Shakespeare's Comedies and Tragic Histories

HIST 301 European Military History

HIST 321 European Women's History

HIST 328 History of Science, 1543-1859

HIST 386 Russia since 1855

HIST 388 Germany since 1871

HIST 464 Renaissance and Reformation

HIST 486 Europe since 1914

PHIL 340 Ancient Greek Philosophy [GPHIL 101 or permission]

PHIL 341 Modern Philosophy

PHIL 375 19th Century Philosophy and Theology [GPHIL 101 or permission]

THEA 316 The European Theatre Tradition from 1800

Additional Courses (Advisors should sign substitution forms for these after the course has been taken.)

ARTH 449 Topics in Renaissance Art [GARTH 206 or permission]

ARTH 316 Masterpieces of British Art

ENG 302 Special Topics in Lit and Lang: Children's Literature

ENG 316 Renaissance and 17th Century British Drama

ENG 321 Resortation and 18th Century British Prose and Poetry

GER/ENG 436 Studies in German Literature

HIST 389 France to 1789

HIST 489 Special Topics: Science and society in early modern Europe

HIST 489 Special Topics: Women and Fascism
POSC 240 Comparative Polititics

POSC 371 Topics in Comparative Politics: Comparative Political Behavior


Track 5: Culture in Geographic Context: Africa, Asia, and the Middle East

ARTH 412 African Art: Sub-Saharan [GARTH 205, 206 or permission]

ARTH 430 Far Eastern Art [GARTH 205 or 206]

ENG 361 African-American Fiction Writers

ENG 362 African-American Poets

GEOG 335 The Geography of Africa

HIST 263 Africa

HIST 270 Modern Middle East

POSC 340 Political Development in the Third World

REL 201 Introduction to the Hebrew Bible

REL 202 Introduction to the New Testament

REL 305 Islamic Religious Tradition

REL 310 Hindu Traditions

SOCI 348 Introduction to Developing Societies

SOCI 379 Africentric Social Thought

Additional Courses (Advisors should sign substitution forms for these after the course has been taken.)

ARTH 419 Topics in African Art [GARTH 205/6; ARTH 210 or permission]

ARTH 430 Far Eastern Art [GANTH 205/6]

ENG 302 Special Topics in Lit and Lang: Children's Literature

HIST 341 Selected Themes in World History: China

HIST 379 Family and Gender in East Asia

POSC 240 Comparative Politics

POSC 371 Topics in Comparative Politics: Comparative Political Behavior


Track 6: Ethics, Values, and Spirituality

ENG 305 Mythology

HIST 464 Renaissance and Reformation

PHIL 262 Problems in Applied Ethics

PHIL 330 Moral Theory

PHIL 340 Ancient Greek Philosophy

REL 201 Introduction to the Hebrew Bible

REL 202 Introduction to the New Testament

REL 305 Islamic Religious Tradition

REL 325 Catholicism in the Modern World

REL 310 Hindu Traditions

REL 380 Contemporary Theologies

SOCI 303 Sociology of Death & Dying

WRIT 320 Writing in the Public Sphere

Additional Courses (Advisors should sign substitution forms for these after the course has been taken.)

ENG 302 Special Toipics in Lit and Lang: Literature and Psychology

GER/ENG 436 Studies in German Literature

HIST 341 Selected Themes in World History: Evolution in the Victorian World
HIST 350 Virginia

HIST 362 US Religious History
SOCI 341 Sociology of Education


Track 7 IDLS Special Education

ENG 305 Mythology

ENG 361 African-American Fiction

ENG 362 African-American Poets

ENG 370 Gay and Lesbian Literature

ENG 456 Shakespeare's Comedies and Tragic Histories

HIST 356 African American History since 1856

HIST 320 Women in US History

HIST 379 Family and Gender in East Asia

PSYC 390 Psychology of LearningHH

PSYC 250 Introduction to Abnormal Psychology [GPSYC 101 or GPSYC 160]

SCOM 248 Intercultural Communication

SCOM347 Communication, Diversity and Pop Culture [GCOM 121]

SOCI 311 Sociology of Environment

SOCI 354 Social and Cultural Stratification

SOCI 367 Sociology of Sexuality

FAM 335 Parents Throughout the Life Cycle [FAM 133 or SOCI 276]

SOWK340 Violence in Families

SOWK 342 Child Welfare Services

SOWK 487 Special Topics in Social Work

THEA 310 Theatre for Young Audiences

WRIT 310 Studies in Literacy

WRIT 340 Teaching Writing [GWRIT 102, 103 or equivalent]

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