Institute for Liberal Arts & Interdisciplinary Studies

Upper-Level Courses

Upper-level courses in the Institute for Liberal Arts and Interdisciplinary Studies explore emerging topics in interdisciplinary studies and multidisciplinary approaches to a range of liberal arts topics. All courses fulfill the Interdisciplinary Study component of the General Education requirement. All courses are 4 credits.

The following upper-level courses will be offered by the Institute during the 2014-2015 academic year.

Fall 2014 Courses

IN 203 Post-Colonial Cultures
IN 208 Rainbow Nation?
IN 212 Top: Psychoanalysis & the Arts
IN 223 Blacks, Whites, and Blues
IN 235 The Arab Uprisings
IN 324 Documenting Visual Culture
IN 332 Key Contemporary Thinkers: DuBois
IN 333 Civic Media
IN 374 Top: Ghosts of the Past, Specters of the Present
IN 374 Top: Gender, Sexuality and the American Media Industry
IN 402 Living Art in Real Space: Multidisciplinary Art and the Collaborative Process
IN 403 The Shock of the Old: Representations and Renaissance Culture 
IN 406 Queer Dreams: Politics, Culture and Difference

Spring 2015 Courses

IN 200 Introduction to Women's, Gender, & Sexuality Studies
IN 206 Introduction to Digital Media & Culture
IN 210 Top: Living (with) Borders and Borderlines
IN 212 Top: Emotions & Everyday Life
IN 216 Top: Digital Media & Culture Lab
IN 319 Feminist Cultural Theory
IN 322 Global Identity, Local Consumption
IN 326 The Dammed Shawsheen: Blending Ecology and Economics in the Real World
IN 331 Key Contemporary Thinkers: Marx
IN 333      Civic Media
IN 374 Top: Gender, Sexuality & the Middle East 
IN 374 Top: Neither Angels nor Demons: The Problem of Good and Evil
IN 402 Living Art in Real Space

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Institute Newsletters

Each semester the Institute for Liberal Arts & Interdisciplinary Studies produces a newsletter chronicling the news, events, and happenings of both the Institute and its faculty.

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