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NON-WESTERN COURSES

Listed below are the course numbers and titles of courses designated to fulfill the Non-Western undergraduate degree requirement. Note that this requirement can be met by a course under general education, a course in the major, or an elective course as long as the course is included in the list below.


AACS 151 Introduction to African World Literature

AACS 215 African History I

AACS 216 African History II

AACS 233 Introduction to the Art of Africa

AACS 261 African, African-American and Caribbean Religions

AACS 303 African Family Life

AACS 311 African Literature

AACS 312 Major Authors of African Descent

AACS 322 Caribbean Literary Experience I

AACS 323 Caribbean Literary Experience II

AACS 324 African Communities and Cultures in the New World

AACS 338 African Politics (N)

AACS 341 Contemporary Caribbean Societies

AACS 402 Pan-Africanism & the Black Experience


ANTH 200 Human Origins

ANTH 210 Archaeology

ANTH 220 African Archaeology

ANTH 252 Biological Basis of Human Behavior

ANTH 260 Myth and Folklore and the Modern World

ANTH 304 Prehistory of the Far East

ANTH 308 Indians of North America

ANTH 325 Faces of Diversity (N)

ANTH 335 LatinaTestimonios:Ethnographies, Memoirs and Poetry

ANTH 342 Ethnology of East Asia

ANTH 350 Shamans, Witches and Magic

ANTH 359 Cultural change in Latin America

ARTH 102 Approaches to Non-Western Art

ARTH 284 Art of Pre-Columbian Americas

ARTH 337 Art of India, China and Japan
ASN 200 Intro Chinese Culture (N)

ASN 201 Introduction to Asian Studies

ASN 270 East Asian Civilization

ASN 280 Civilizations of South Asia

ASN 301 Cultural Studies: Japan (N)

ASN 302 Japanese Lit & Film Translation (N)

ASN 303 Literature of India in Translation (N)

ASN 305 Modern Chinese Literature in Translation

ASN 306 Chinese Popular Culture

ASN 325 Women in Modern Japanese Literature

ASN 338 Media in Asia

ASN 341 Asian & American Cross Cultural

ASN 349 S.E. Asia in World Politics (N)

ASN 350 Buddhist Philosophy (N)

ASN 358 Asn Amer Women:Gender Transformation

ASN 364 Japanese History through Cinema (N)

ASN 376 Life/Writings Indigenous Women (N)

ASN 375 Contemporary Chinese Cinema (N)

ASN 380 Indo-Tibetan Buddhism (N)

ASN 394 Modern India (N)

ASN 468 Gandhi and Non-Violence
BIO 352 Economic Botany: Plants for Mankind
CHIN 200 Intro Chinese Culture (N)

CHIN 301 Modern Chinese Literature in Translation

CHIN 302 Chinese Popular Culture

CHIN 310 Chinese Adv. Tutorial I

CHIN 311 Chinese Adv. Tutorial II

CHIN 375 Contemporary Chinese Cinema


COMM338 Media in Asia
ENG 228 Latino Literature in United States(N)

ENG 325 Literature Across the Americas

ENG 326 Native American Literature

ENG 351 Asian American Literature

ENG 376 Life/Writings Indigenous Women (N)
FR 200 Introduction to French and Francophone

Cultures and Literatures


GEO 332 Geography of Middle East

GEO 334 Geography of Africa

GEO 335 Geography of Latin America
HNDI 221 Advanced Hindi: Spoken Language

HNDI 222 Adv. Hindi: Reading & Comprehension

HNDI 223 Advanced Hindi: Composition

HNDI 301 Literature of India in Translation (N)

HNDI 311 Adv. Hindi Conversation and Composition
HIST 302 Origins of Civilization

HIST 319 Age of Global Connections

HIST 353 Comparative Race & Slavery in the Americas 1400-1888 (N)

HIST 356 Women & Gender in Modern S Asia (N)

HIST 358 Russia in Asia

HIST 359 Women and Islam

HIST 360 Traditional Japan

HIST 361 Modern Japan

HIST 364 Japanese History through Cinema (N)

HIST 365 The Pacific War: Japan and the Second World War in Asia

HIST 366 The US and the Pacific

HIST 370 Traditional China

HIST 371 Modern China

HIST 375 The Chinese Communist

HIST 380 Colonial Latin America (N)

HIST 381 Modern Latin America (N)

HIST 382 The Spanish Caribbean (N)

HIST 383 Modern Brazilian History (N)

HIST 384 The Mexican Revolution

HIST 386 Colonial Brazil

HIST 387 Ancient American Civilizations

HIST 390 Islamic/Middle Eastern History and Civilization I

HIST 391 Islamic/Middle Eastern History and Civilization II

HIST 392 Contemporary Middle East

HIST 394 Modern India (N)

HIST 417 War and Society

HIST 433 Comparative Revolutions

HIST 460 Seminar in East Asian History

HIST 468 Gandhi and Non-Violence

HIST 470 Women and Revolution in China


HNDI 301 Literature of India in Translation
JPAN 301 Cultural Studies: Japan (N)

JPAN 302 Japanese Lit & Film Translation (N)

JPAN 303 Japanese Society and Culture

JPAN 316 Daily life in Japan

JPAN 325 Women in Modern Japanese Literature
LAS 201 Introduction to Latin American Studies

LAS 228 Latino Literature in the US

LAS 232 Survey of Latin American Literature

LAS 301 Masterpieces of Latin American Literature in Translation

LAS 320 Puerto Rican Literature since 1898 (N)

LAS 322 Race, Slavery, and the Black Experience in Latin American Literature (N)

LAS 321 Faces of Diversity (N)

LAS 335 Latina Testimonios: Ethnographies, Memoirs and Poetry

LAS 337 The Politics of Latin American (N)

LAS 340 Narratives of Mexican Revolution (N)

LAS 341 Contemporary Dominican Literature (N)

LAS 353 Comparative Race & Slavery in the Americas 1400-1888 (N)

LAS 361 Brazilian Lit in Translation (N)

LAS 376 Global Sociology (N)

LAS 380 Colonial Latin America (N)

LAS 381 Modern Latin America (N)

LAS 382 The Spanish Caribbean (N)

LAS 383 Modern Brazilian History (N)


MUS 243 World Music
PHIL 213 Asian & Western Comparative Ethics & Political Philosophy

PHIL 214 Asian& Western Metaphys & Epistem

PHIL 227 Eastern Philosophy and Religion

PHIL 229 Islamic Philosophy

PHIL 301 Stigmatized Englishes

PHIL 350 Buddhist Philosophy (N)

PHIL 380 Indo-Tibetan Buddhism (N)
POL 333 Politics and the Third World

POL 336 Politics of Asia: India and China

POL 337 The Politics of Latin America (N)

POL 338 Caribbean Political Systems

POL 339 African Politics (N)

POL 347 Middle East in World Politics

POL 349 S.E. Asia in World Politics (N)
PORT 361 Brazilian Lit in Translation (N)
SOC 233 Sociology of Religion

SOC 242 Muslims and Islamic Institutions in US

SOC 376 Global Sociology (N)

SOC 391 Population and Development in Asia


SPAN 228 Latino Literature in the US (N)

SPAN 232 Survey of Latin American Literature

SPAN 301 Masterpieces of Latin American Literature in Translation

SPAN 320 Puerto Rican Literature Since 1898 (N)

SPAN 322 Race, Slavery, and the Black Experience in Latin American Literature (N)

SPAN 324 Nobel Prize Writers of Spain and Spanish America

SPAN 340 Narratives of Mexican Revolution (N)

SPAN 341 Contemporary Dominican Literature (N)


WS 335 LatinaTestimonios:Ethnographies, Memoirs and Poetry

WS 356 Women & Gender in Modern S Asia (N)

WS 358 Asn Amer Wom:Gender Transformations

WS 359 Women and Islam

WS 376 Life/Writings Indigenous Women (N)

WS 420 Global Perspectives on Women’s Lives


(N) Multi-disciplinary offering; do not repeat same title.


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