College of Arts and Sciences

Department of Critical Culture, Gender, and Race Studies

Courses in Allied Programs

The following courses may be of use to American studies students when planning their course of study.

Comparative Ethnic Studies

  • CES 401: Seminar in Culture and Power
  • CES 405: Cultural Criticism and Theory (same as English 410)
  • CES 411: Asian Pacific American Women (same as W St 411)
  • CES 413: Asian Pacific Americans and Popular Culture
  • CES 454: La Chicana in U.S. Society (same as W St 454)
  • CES 475: Indians of the Northwest
  • CES 491: Theories of Racism and Ethnic Conflicts
  • CES 495: Special Topics in Comparative Ethnic Studies

Women's Studies

  • W St 406: Women and Work in Global Contexts
  • W St 409: Women Writers in the American West (same as Engl 409)
  • W St 411: Asian Pacific American Women (same as CES 411)
  • W St 421: The American West (same as Hist 421; offered at 400 and 500 level)
  • W St 454: La Chicana in U.S. Society (same as CES 454)
  • W St 460: Gender, Race, and Nature in American Culture
  • W St 481: Theoretical Issues in Women's Studies
  • W St 484: Lesbian and Gay Studies (same as Soc 484)
  • W St 485: Theoretical Issues in Gay and Lesbian Studies
  • W St 499: Special Problems

English

  • Engl 510: Backgrounds of American Literature
  • Engl 511: Seminar in 17th- and 18th-Century American Literature
  • Engl 512: Introduction to Graduate Study
  • Engl 514: Seminar in 20th-Century American Literature
  • Engl 529: Seminar in 19th-Century American Literature
  • Engl 548: Seminar in Critical and Cultural Theory
  • Engl 573: Seminar in American Literature
  • Engl 595: Topics in English
  • Engl 600: Special Projects or Independent Study

History

  • Hist 413: Early American History to 1750
  • Hist 414: The Era of the American Revolution
  • Hist 510: Field Course in American History
  • Hist 511: American Diplomatic History, 1776–1914
  • Hist 512: American Diplomatic History in the 20th Century
  • Hist 515: Jeffersonian–Jacksonian America
  • Hist 516: Civil War and Reconstruction
  • Hist 517: Rise of Modern America
  • Hist 518: United States, 1914–1945
  • Hist 519: United States, 1945–Present
  • Hist 521: The American West (crosslisted with History/W St 421; offered at 400 and 500 level)
  • Hist 522: History of the Pacific Northwest
  • Hist 523: Radicals, Reformers, and Romantics: The Impact
  • Hist 525: Seminar in American History
  • Hist 527: Public History: Theory and Methodology
  • Hist 528: Seminar in Public History
  • Hist 600: Special Projects or Independent Study

Anthropology

  • Anth 507: Advanced Studies in Culture Theory
  • Anth 528: Historical Ethnography
  • Anth 591: Special Topics in Anthropology
  • Anth 600: Special Projects or Independent Study

Fine Arts

  • F A 500: Graduate Art History
  • F A 598: Graduate Seminar

Communication

  • Com 524: Intercultural/International Communication and Social Change
  • Com 550: Media Processes and Effects: Theory and Practice
  • Com 580: Topics in Communication
  • Com 600: Special Projects or Independent Study

Political Science

  • Pol S 501: The Scope of Political Science
  • Pol S 502: Seminar in Normative Theory
  • Pol S 510: Seminar on American Institutions and Processes
  • Pol S 511: Seminar in American Political Thought
  • Pol S 512: Seminar in American Institutions
  • Pol S 513: Seminar in American Political Behavior
  • Pol S 514: Seminar in Public Policy
  • Pol S 544: The Politics of Policy Process
  • Pol S 600: Special Projects or Independent Study

Sociology

  • Soc 510: Development of Social Theory
  • Soc 520: Research Methods in Sociology
  • Soc 531: Human Ecology
  • Soc 532: Environmental Sociology
  • Soc 542: Social Stratification: Class, Race, and Gender Inequalities
  • Soc 553: Social Organization and the Family
  • Soc 580: Sociology of Race Relations
  • Soc 600: Special Project or Independent Study

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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