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(Photo above) Rylee Aquilanti stands in front of her Wentworth Travel Fellowship project during the Spring 2016 showcase. She went to New York City to visit locations used by the heros of Marvel Comics. - Photo by Jane MacClennan
This interdisciplinary minor provides students with an array of cultural, historical, political, sociological, and religious viewpoints from which to understand and analyze how nations, peoples, and the environment interact.
Courses in the minor emphasize decolonized, currently colonized, and indigenous cultures within the English, French and Hispanic post-colonial worlds.
Also, students can explore other European and Asian colonizing powers. Within this wide-ranging base, students can tailor the minor to their own interests by selecting from the large number of elective courses.
Students should contact the coordinator in the English Department for more information.
Core (9 hours)
ENG 341 Post-colonial and Third World Literature
HST 103 Introduction to Global History OR
HST 316 British Empire & Commonwealth
PLS 331 Politics in Developing Nations
Global Contexts: (choose two courses for 6-hour total)
ANT 250 World Cultures Through Film
CRJ 420 Collective Violence
HST 380 Twentieth-Century International Relations
ENG 342 Studies in Non-Western or Non-Canonical Literature
PLS 111 Politics and Government in Global Perspective
GGY 180 World Geography I OR
GGY 181 World Geography II
Global Contexts Electives
(choose two courses for 6-hour total)
ANT 215 Anthropology of Native Americans
ANT 304 South American Indians
ANT 305 North American Indians
ANT 317 Latin American Anthropology
ENG 356 American Indian Literatures
FLL 205 Perspectives on World Cinema
FRH 318 Contemporary France and the Francophone World
FRH 412 The Francophone World
GGY 210 Economic Geography
GGY 245 Tourism Geography
GGY 255 Geography of the Middle East
GGY 340 Resources, Population, and Environment
GGY 350 Political Geography
GGY 383 and 384 Geography of the Caribbean
GGY 385 Geography of the Middle East
HEA 320 HIV/AIDS Issues and Choices
HST 315 History of Modern Ireland
HST 336 American Indian History to 1900
HST 337 American Indians after 1900
HST 366 History of Southeast Asia
HST 367 History of Colonial Latin America
HST 368 History of Modern Latin America
HST 370 History of the Caribbean
HST 371 African History to 1800
HST 372 History of Modern Africa
HST 373 History of Southern Africa
HST 374 History of West Africa
HST 375 History of Central and Eastern Africa
HST 381 History of Early Islamic Societies
HST 382 History of the Modern Middle East
HST 396 Europe from 1789-1914
HST 481 Topics in African History
HST 483 Topics in Middle Eastern History
HST 485 Topics in Latin American History
HST 487 Topics in Global History
PAR 230 Judaism, Christianity, Islam
PAR 232 Asian Religions
PAR 233 African Religions
PAR 244 Caribbean Religions
PAR 246 Islam
PAR 247 Religions of India
PLS 220 Introduction to International Relations
PLS 222 Contemporary International Political Issues
PLS 317 Political Thought of Asia
PLS 330 Political Systems in Africa
PLS 332 Politics of Central America and the Caribbean
PLS 333 Politics of South America
PLS 338 Political Systems of the Middle East
PLS 339 Political Systems of Asia
SOC 366 Social Change
SPN 212 Latin America Today
SPN 312 Spanish American Civilization
SPN 412 Topics in Spanish American Civilization
Requirements for the Post-Colonial Studies Minor
Students must take a total of 21 hours. Nine hours come from the core courses and 6 from Global Contexts. Students select the additional 6 credit hours from the Global Contexts electives. Six credits from either DIS or appropriate special topics courses may be included as electives with approval from the coordinator.
Students must have a “C” average (2.0) or better in courses counted for the minor.
For more information:
Dr. Cara Cilano
Coordinator, Post-Colonial Studies Minor
Morton Hall 156