Historical Perspective

To comprehend the contemporary world, one must appreciate that it is the result of historical evolution and that this process of change continues today. Our society should not be understood as rigid or absolute but as part of a historical continuum.

Areas of Knowledge: Historical Perspective9
Select three of the following courses: 1
Multicultural America
Special Topics in American Studies 1
Religion in America
Hip Hop and American Culture
Radicalism in 20th-Century America
Social Impact of Rock and Roll
Survey of Art History I
Survey of Art History II
Art and Society
Chinese Culture and Civilization
Communication, Culture and Media
Radio & TV Communication
History and Principles of Graphic Design
Documentary Film and Video
Communication Law
Sitcoms and American Culture
Survey of Dance History
History of Movement Theory
History of Ballet, Modern & Jazz Dance
Women In Literature
Literary History I
Literary History II
History of the Eng Language
Ethnographic Film
The Arab-Israeli Conflict
U.S. Foreign Policy and Security Policy
Introductn to Gender Studies
Gender, War and Peace
Gender and Sexuality in American Society
Witch Hunts: Femicide Through Centuries
All History (HIS) courses except HIS 227, HIS 283, HIS 303, HIS 306
Survey of Music History I
Survey of Music History II
History of Pop and Rock Part I
History of Pop and Rock Part 2
Music of the Beatles
Film Music
American Philosophy
Asian Philosophy
Philosophy of the Sexes
Development and Structure of the US Intelligence Community
Political Thinkers & Thought
Pol Parties & Electoral Behave
American Presidency
The Arab-Israeli Conflict
Spanish Culture & Civilization
History of Psychology
Latin American Latino Culture
Cultural Anthropology
Social Movements
Schools and Schooling
Social and Cultural Change
Theatre History to 1700
Theater History Since 1700
American Theatre History