International Studies

Art & Literature Concentration

15 credit hours of courses are required, with a minimum of 12 hours at 300 level or above and must include at least one INT course. Courses must come from at least two disciplinary areas:

  • AFN 290 - Readings in Literatures of the African Diaspora
  • ANT 316 - Exploring World Cultures
  • ARH 201 - Ancient Through Medieval Art and Archaeology
  • ARH 202 - Renaissance Through Early Twentieth Century
  • ARH 203 - Art of the Non-Western World
  • ARH 300 - Egyptian Art
  • ARH 301 - Ancient Greek Art
  • ARH 302 - Ancient Roman Art
  • ARH 303 - Medieval Art
  • ARH 304 - Northern Renaissance Art
  • ARH 305 - Italian Renaissance Art
  • ARH 306 - Baroque & Rococo Art
  • ARH 307 - Nineteenth Century European Art
  • ARH 320 - African Art
  • ARH 321 - Art and Archaeology of the Ancient Near East
  • ARH 380 - Early Christian and Byzantine Art
  • ARH 381 - Classical Myth in Western Art
  • CLA 209 - Classical Literature in Translation: Topics
  • CLA 210 - Mythology
  • CLA 345 - Topics in Mythology
  • CRW 314 - Theory and Practice of Literary Translation
  • ENG 100 - College Writing and Reading I Global Emphasis
  • ENG 111 - Introduction to Literature Global Emphasis
  • ENG 200 - College Writing and Reading II Global Emphasis
  • ENG 211 - British Literature to 1800
  • ENG 212 - British Literature Since 1800
  • ENG 225 - World Literature to 1600
  • ENG 226 - World Literature Since 1600
  • ENG 227 - World Anglophone Literatures
  • ENG 301 - International Journalism
  • ENG 332 - Shakespeare's Early Plays and Poems
  • ENG 333 - Shakespeare's Later Plays
  • ENG 336 - British Romanticism
  • ENG 337 - Victorian Literature
  • ENG 338 - British Modernism
  • ENG 340 - Multiculturalism and Literature
  • ENG 341 - Postcolonial and Third World Literature
  • ENG 342 - Transnational Literatures
  • ENG 343 - Studies in Postcolonial Literature
  • ENG 359 - World Indigenous Literatures and Film
  • ENG 370 - European Literature to 1900
  • ENG 371 - European Literature Since 1900
  • ENG 430 - The Age of Chaucer
  • ENG 431 - The Age of Elizabeth
  • ENG 432 - The Age of Milton
  • FLL 205 - Perspectives in World Cinema
  • FLL 206 - Perspectives in European Cinema
  • FLL 480 - Special Topics in World Cinema
  • FNA 101 - Cultures of the World Through Music and Dance
  • FRH 209 - French Literature in Translation: Topics
  • FRH 311 - French Civilization
  • FRH 321 - Survey of French Literature I
  • FRH 322 - Survey of French Literature II
  • FRH 385 - Introduction to French Cinema
  • FRH 411 - Topics in French Studies
  • FRH 412 - The Francophone World
  • FRH 420 - Topics in French Literature
  • FRH 437 - Masterpieces of French Poetry
  • FRH 438 - Masterpieces of French Drama
  • FRH 439 - Masterpieces of French Prose Fiction
  • FRH 448 - French Theatre and Performance
  • FRH 470 - French Women Writers
  • FRH 485 - Seminar in French Cinema
  • FRH 495 - Seminar in French Literature
  • FST 205 - Introduction to World Cinema  (FLL 205)
  • FST 206 - Perspectives in European Cinema  (FLL 206)
  • FST 380 - Introduction to Bollywood Cinema
  • FST 381 - History of Russian and Soviet Cinema
  • FST 382 - Contemporary Latin American Cinema
  • FST 383 - Introduction to Latin American Cinema
  • FST 384 - Contemporary French Cinema
  • FST 385 - Japanese Cinema
  • FST 386 - Introduction to German Cinema  (GER 385)
  • FST 387 - Introduction to French Cinema  (SPN 385)
  • FST 388 - Introduction to Spanish Cinema  (SPN 385)
  • FST 389 - Studies in World Cinema
  • FST 480 - Special Topics in World Cinema  (FLL 480,  FRH 485, GER 485, SPN 485)
  • GER 209 - German Literature in Translation: Topics
  • GER 307 - Text and Context
  • GER 321 - Introduction to German Literature
  • GER 331 - Fairy Tales: From Grimms to Disney
  • GER 333 - The Romance of King Arthur in Literature and Film
  • GER 334 - The Origins of Modern Love
  • GER 485 - Seminar in German Cinema  (FST 480)
  • GER 495 - Seminar in German Studies
  • GER 496 - Topics in German Studies
  • HST 324 - Jewish Humor and History: From the Shtetl to Seinfeld
  • INT 310 - Topics in Arts and Literature
  • INT 311 - Film and the Feminine Ideal in Post Communist Eastern and Central European Cinema
  • INT 480 - Global Issues
  • INT 495 - Seminar in International Studies
  • INT 499 - Honors Work in International Studies
  • JPN 211 - Perspectives on Contemporary Japanese Culture
  • MUS 115 - Survey of Music Literature
  • MUS 150 - Survey of Western Art Music
  • MUS 351 - Introduction to Music History I: Middle ages - Classical periods
  • MUS 352 - Introduction to Music History II: Romantic-Contemporary Periods
  • MUS 361 - History of Music I: Medieval and Renaissance
  • MUS 362 - History of Music II: 17th and 18th Centuries
  • MUS 363 - History of Music III: 19th Century
  • PAR 125 - Great Books of the World's Religions
  • PRT 210 - Literatures of the Portuguese-Speaking World in Translation: Topics
  • PRT 322 - Introduction to the Literatures of the Portuguese-Speaking World
  • PRT 422 - Studies on Cinema, Literature, and Culture of the Portuguese-Speaking World
  • RUS 209 - Russian Literature in Translation: Topics
  • SPN 206 - Spanish in the Media
  • SPN 209 - Spanish Literature in Translation: Topics
  • SPN 210 - Spanish-American Literature in Translation: Topics
  • SPN 321 - Introduction to Spanish Literature
  • SPN 322 - Introduction to Spanish-American Literature
  • SPN 385 - Introduction to Spanish Cinema
  • SPN 421 - Topics in Spanish Literature
  • SPN 422 - Topics in Spanish-American Literature
  • SPN 485 - Seminar in Spanish Cinema
  • THR 321 - A Social History of Western Theatre I
  • THR 322 - A Social History of Western Theatre II

Please Note:

  • Study Abroad courses often fulfill concentration requirements.
  • INT 480, 491, 495, 498, and 499 -- depending on the topic -- may fulfill concentration requirements.
  • Some courses have prerequisites or co-requisites.