Foreign Language (FLAN)

FLAN-207Ā GEM5 course WCHE course AASID course Contemporary World Cultures
3 Credits

Lecture: 3 hours per week

Offering: Fall, Spring, and Summer, All Years

This course examines a single national culture in terms of its historical background and expression in contemporary life, language, institutions, literature, art, music, and lifestyles. This course provides a basis for comparative cultural studies for students interested in multicultural or international scholarship. The national culture selected for study may change each semester, allowing students to repeat the course for elective credit.

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FLAN-263 Many Spains: Historical Origins of Hispanic Civilization
3 Credits

Lecture: 3 hours per week

Offering: Spring Only, All Years

This course provides an in-depth study of the historical origins of Hispanic Civilization through the study of the history of the Iberian peoples. The class will consist of reading, discussion, lectures and media focusing on the social, cultural and historical forces that shaped the experience of the peoples that inhabit the Iberian peninsula.

Prerequisites: ENGL-101

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FLAN-271 Civilization of Ancient Greece and Rome
3 Credits

Lecture: 3 hours per week

Offering: Spring Only, All Years

This course provides an in-depth study of the social, political, and cultural developments of the Mediterranean world during Greek and Roman times. The class will consist of reading, discussion, lectures and media focusing on the issues and forces contributing to the history and civilization of ancient Greece and Rome.

Prerequisites: ENGL-101

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