Choose two courses from Global Topics, Global Cultures, Advanced Writing Studio, or Senior Seminar. Each curricular area offers courses specific to your interests.
Global Topics places topics of contemporary or historical interest into a global framework. Courses may include International Human Rights; Image Cultures: Photography in a Global Context; What is a Renaissance? The Cultural Rebirths of Florence, India and Harlem; Global Women's Rights and Organizations; and more.
Global Cultures explores the cultural development of a particular region, with courses including Indigenous Cultures, African Cultures, Caribbean Cultures, East Asian Cultures, Latin American Cultures, Middle Eastern Cultures, and South Asian Cultures.
Advanced Writing Studio approaches writing as a tool for cultural expression and understanding, engaging students in studying examples and producing original works. Courses include Global Approaches to the Semi-Autobiographical Novel; Translation and Difference; International Short; Other Voices, Other Rooms: Autobiography, Memoir, and the Global Self; and more.
Senior Seminar examines world-spanning issues and phenomena through a particular aspect of global connection. Courses may include Earth on Fire: Political Ecology and History of the Environmental Crisis; Youth In Revolt: Case Studies in Global Activism; and Advertising: Selling to the 'Global Village'; among others.