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Global Studies Course List

Spring 2020

Additional courses may be reviewed and petitioned for a category when the course content is consistent with the objectives of the major. Email Dr. Paul Gellert at pgellert@utk.edu for more information.

*** Indicates petition paperwork is required, but course will be accepted. Email Emilie Aslinger at easlinge@utk.edu for assistance.

Prerquisite

  • GLBS 250 - Intro/Global Studies

Society & Culture

  • ***ARAB 415 - Top Arab Lang/Lit/Hist/Culture
  • ***ANTH 423 – Anthropology of Gender
  • ENGL 331 - Race and Ethnicity in American Literature
  • ENGL 454 - 20th-Century International Novel
  • GEOG 345 - People and Environment
  • GEOG 375 – Society/Spaces of South Asia
  • ***MFLL 300 - Global Texts and Cultures section 002 
  • ***MUCO 380 - Music in World Cultures
  • REST 232 - Religions in Global Perspective
  • REST 302 – Anthropology of Religion
  • REST 376 – Buddhism South/Southeast Asia
  • ***SOCI 363 – Food, Agriculture, and Society

Politics & Economy

  • AREC 420 – International Agricultural Trade and Marketing
  • ECON 421 - International Economics
  • FWF 420 - International Natural Resource Issues
  • ***GEOG 309 – Geography of Genocide
  • ***GEOG 343 - Geography of Human Rights
  • ***GEOG 344 – Population Geography
  • ***GEOG 441 – Cities as Economic Engines
  • GEOG 449 – Geography of Transportation
  • GEOG 451 – The Global Economy
  • PHIL 441 - Global Justice and Human Rights
  • POLS 265 - Introduction to International Relations
  • POLS 350 - Political Change in Developing Areas
  • ***POLS 370 – Contemporary International Problems
  • POLS 461 - Comparative Public Policy
  • POLS 471 - International Political Economy
  • POLS 474 - International Organization
  • ***POLS 479 – Region Analysis/International Politics
  • RCS 421 – Global Retailing and Sourcing
  • ***SOCI 342 – Globalization and Justice
  • ***SOCI 363 – Food, Agriculture, and Society
  • SOCI 442 - Comparative Poverty and Development
  • SOCI 446 - The Modern World System
  • ***SOCI 460 – Global Capitalism and Racism

Regional Studies

  • AFST 335 – African Literature
  • ***ANTH 301 – South Asian Cinema: Bollywood & Beyond
  • ANTH 313 – Cultures Mexico/Centrl America
  • ***ARAB 415 - Top Arab Lang/Lit/Hist/Culture
  • ARTH 414 - Art of China: Yuan through Qing Dynasties
  • ARTH 416 – Chinese Art: 20th and 21st Century
  • ***ARTH 475 - Hist: 19th Cent Paint/Scul Eur
  • ***CNST 320 – Middle Eastern Film
  • ***CNST 422 – Special Topics in Italian Cinema
  • ***GEOG 343 - Geography of Human Rights
  • GEOG 373 – Landscapes/Cultures of Latin America
  • GEOG 375 – Society/Spaces of South Asia
  • ***GERM 323 – German Film Survey
  • ***HIAF 372 – African History Since 1880
  • ***HIAS 389 – Pre-Modern Chinese History
  • ***HILA 370 – Latin American History at Movies
  • ***JAPA 314 – Food in Modern Japanese Fiction and Film
  • **JAPA 321 – Japanese Graphic Novel/Anime
  • LAC 319 – Caribbean Cultures/Societies
  • ***LAC 315 – Aspect/Luso-Brazil Literature
  • ***POLS 453 – Western European Politics
  • POLS 454 - Government and Politics of China and Japan
  • ***POLS 455 – South Asian Government & Politics
  • POLS 456 - Latin American Government and Politics
  • ***REST 280 -Religions of Asia
  • ***REST 339 – Islam in the Modern World
  • ***REST 356 - Rastafari Afro-Carib Religions
  • ***REST 376 – Buddhism South/Southeast Asia
  • SPAN 331 - Introduction to Hispanic Culture
  • SPAN 333 - Survey of Spanish-American Literature: 1700-Present

Methods of Language

  • ANTH 410 - Principles of Cultural Anthropology
  • GEOG 320 - Cultural Geography: Core Concepts
  • PHIL 360 - Philosophy of Science
  • POLS 301 - Research Methods
  • SOCI 331 - Sociological Research

Note: No more than 3 credit hours may be taken under the 300-level. Any courses taken to fulfill a core requirement (Society & Culture/Politics & Economy) cannot be used to fulfill a regional studies or methods/foreign language requirement.


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