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history faculty liberal studies requirements departmental programs requirements i standard concentration ii pre-law concentration iii public history concentration special programs course listing by category courses history of art and architecture history of art and architecture faculty liberal studies requirements departmental program requirements minor requirements course listing by category courses international studies international studies faculty liberal studies requirements departmental program requirements general requirements foreign language requirement individualized concentration special programs course listing by category foundation research and synthesis area studies topical studies international studies internships courses irish studies irish studies faculty minor requirements registering for and completing the minor course listing courses islamic world studies islamic world studies faculty liberal studies requirements program requirements course listing courses 64 65 67

program co-director and associate professor american studies university of iowa john burton ph.d program co-director and associate professor american studies college of william and mary lori pierce ph.d associate professor american studies university of hawai i-manoa program committee faculty jane baxter ph.d associate professor anthropology university of michigan amor kohli ph.d assistant professor african and black diaspora studies tufts university barbara schaffer m.a instructor english washington university traci schlesinger ph.d assistant professor sociology princeton university amy tyson ph.d assistant professor history university of minnesota associated faculty james brask ph.d associate professor american studies university of northern illinois kevin quirk ph.d visiting professor american studies university of iowa college of liberal arts social sciences undergraduate studies academic departments and programs of study american studies liberal studies requirements liberal

new york university glen e carman ph.d associate professor modern languages cornell university gary cestaro ph.d associate professor modern languages harvard university james fairhall ph.d associate professor english state university of new york at stony brook kristine garrigan ph.d professor english university of wisconsin jonathan gross ph.d associate professor english columbia university hugh j ingrasci ph.d associate professor english university of michigan guillemette c johnston ph.d professor modern languages university of california davis david farrell krell ph.d professor philosophy duquesne university helen marlborough ph.d associate professor english brown university elizabeth millan-zaibert ph.d assistant professor philosophy state university of new york at buffalo darrell moore ph.d associate professor philosophy northwestern university gerald p mulderig ph.d associate professor english the ohio state university michael naas ph.d professor philosophy state

self society and the modern world ssmw 1 course required religious dimensions rd 2 courses required understanding the past up 2 courses required note students must earn a c or better in this course quantitative reasoning and technological literacy readiness for lsp 120 is determined by the math placement test taken online after admission students may need to take developmental coursework prior to lsp 120 the lsp 120 requirement may be waived by credit already earned for advanced math coursework or by passing a dedicated proficiency exam students who complete both lsp 120 and lsp 121 take one less learning domain course students may not apply the course reduction to any domain where only one course is required and if taken within the si domain the reduction cannot be applied to the si lab requirement note courses offered in the student s primary major cannot be taken to fulfill lsp domain requirements if students double major lsp domain courses may double count for both lsp credit and

172 173 181 182 183 europe 1348 to 1789 europe 1789 to present united states to 1800 united states 1800-1900 united states 1900 to present 200-level courses 200 204 206 208 209 212 213 214 215 216 221 226 232 233 235 236 237 239 240 241 243 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 283 284 285 288 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 mexico since independence film and latin american history mexico from the olmecs to independence imperial russia the rise and fall of the soviet union medieval and renaissance women medieval mystics in europe 1000 to 1600 eastern europe to 1699 eastern europe 1699 to 1914 eastern europe 1914 to present early russia islam and the west a survey of orientalism culture and politics in imperial china the rise of modern china european expansion age of discovery 1400 to 1825 european expansion age of empire 1800s-1900s history of the city of rome women in modern europe 1800 to 2000

self society and the modern world ssmw 2 courses required understanding the past up 1 course required note course must be in an area other than the study of islam notes please consult an advisor about using the modern language option students must earn a c or better in this course quantitative reasoning and technological literacy readiness for lsp 120 is determined by the math placement test taken online after admission students may need to take developmental coursework prior to lsp 120 the lsp 120 requirement may be waived by credit already earned for advanced math coursework or by passing a dedicated proficiency exam students who complete both lsp 120 and lsp 121 take one less learning domain course students may not apply the course reduction to any domain where only one course is required and if taken within the si domain the reduction cannot be applied to the si lab requirement note courses offered in the student s primary major cannot be taken to fulfill lsp domain requirements

spanish 201 advanced grammar and communication 202 advanced composition and communication 203 or 204 advanced conversation 352 spanish phonetics and phonology 220 introduction to literary analysis in spanish plus three more literature courses one from three of the following areas 1 spanish literature from middle ages through golden age 2 spanish literature from enlightenment to present 3 latin american literature from origins through romanticism 4 latin american literature from modernism through present and finally four other 200 or 300-level elective courses at least two of these electives must be from the 300 level students whose level of proficiency allows them to begin studying spanish at depaul in spn 202 or higher may substitute 300-level language courses for three 200-level language courses heritage speakers of spanish should take spn 205 grammar/composition for the heritage speaker i spn 206 grammar/composition for the heritage speaker ii and spn 207 advanced conversation for

adjunct faculty peace justice conflict studies columbia college mary jeanne larrabee ph.d professor of philosophy and co-director of the program university of toronto jacqueline lazu ph.d associate professor of modern language director of community service studies program stanford university shiera malik ph.d assistant professor of international studies trinity college dublin susana martinez ph.d associate professor of modern languages yale university harriet mccullough m.l.a adjunct faculty depaul university kalyani menon ph.d associate professor of religious studies syracuse university andrea messing-mathie ph.d adjunct faculty northern illinois university marisol moralis m.a associate director steans center community service studies depaul university craig mousin j.d m.div university ombudsperson university of illinois chicago theological seminary jane nicholson ph.d adjunct faculty university of iowa thomas o brien ph.d associate professor of religious studies

college of liberal arts social sciences undergraduate studies academic departments and programs of study political science american politics minor american politics minor the minor in american politics provides the non-major with a survey of american political institutions and behavior the following sequence of courses totaling 24 quarter hours is required 120 the american political system three of the following 200-level courses 213 political socialization 214 politics and multiculturalism 216 american political culture 217 women and politics 218 african-american politics 219 topics in political culture 220 the american presidency 221 congress and the legislative process 222 political parties and elections 223 urban politics 224 bureaucracy and politics 225 state politics 229 topics in american politics 260 law and the political system 282 political action and social justice 286 campaigns and social engagement 288 biking politics and policy two of the following 300-level courses

rel 344 rel 372 rel 382 rel 384 yoga and tantra religion and feminism in cross-cultural perspective religion in the contemporary united states the culture of american catholics religious thought – the meaning of religious beliefs and practices rel 200 debates about god rel 218 black intellectual traditions rel 250 mysticism in religious traditions rel 252 forgiveness and reconciliation rel 257 death and its beyond experience myth and ritual rel 280 roman catholic theological thinking rel 281 roman catholic liturgy rel 282 roman catholic spiritual literature rel 324 religion and law rel 350 topics in religious thought rel 370 feminist theologies rel 383 postmodern themes in american religion advanced study rel 199 independent study abroad rel 299 independent study abroad rel 392 study abroad in religion rel 393 internship in religious studies experiential learning rel 397 senior thesis rel 399 independent study sociology college of liberal arts social sciences undergraduate

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