FNLT 4200 Comparative Cultures
4 semester hours
Interdisciplinary and comparative approaches in the study of cultures. Students study the process through which different nations or communities understand and express their cultural identities and diversities. They examine the ways in which cultural identities become politically dominant at different historical moments, and how, more generally, cultures contaminate and influence each other.
Junior or senior standing required.
University Core fulfilled: Integrations: Interdisciplinary Connections (for specific content courses); Flags: Writing, Oral Skills (for specific content courses).