National and Transnational Cultures

The National and Transnational Cultures focus area investigates how cultures, texts, literatures, and language are used to define and redefine ideas about place over time. This focus area also examines how identities, cultures, cultural values, and hierarchies are articulated and contested across different levels such as local, regional, national, transnational, diaspora.

Courses

Choose four of the following courses to complete the National and Transnational Cultures focus area:

  • CLS 201 (Classical Greco Roman Myth in 20th Century Arts)
  • CLS 203 (African Studies)
  • CLS 255 (20th Century Native American Literature)
  • CLS 260 (World Literature I)
  • CLS 261 (World Literature II)
  • CLS 333 (Latina Writing)
  • CLS 335 (Latino Literature in the U.S.)
  • CLS 351 (African Literature)
  • ENG 339 (Dialects of American English)         
  • FLM 201 (American Film)
  • LIT 200 (American Literature I)           
  • LIT 201 (American Literature II)
  • LIT 204 (New Black Women Writers in America)
  • LIT 213 (Asian American Literature)
  • LIT 230 (English Literature I)
  • LIT 231 (English Literature II)
  • LIT 307 (Modern American Poetry)
  • LIT 341 (19th Century British Novel)  
  • LIT 344 (Modern British Novel)
  • LIT 364 (Modern Irish Literature)
  • LIT 370 (Urbanism and the Modern Imagination)
  • WRH 210 (Multicultural Writing)
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