Diversity at Skidmore

Sample of Courses Contributing to Goal II of the Strategic Plan

The following list is a sample of the courses in Skidmore's curriculum that contribute to the attainment of Goal II of the Strategic Plan. For a complete listing, please consult in the Catalog the course offerings of the departments and interdisciplinary programs listed below.

Art History | American Studies | Anthropology | Asian Studies Program | Classics | Dance | Economics | English | Foreign Languange and Literatures| Gender Studies | Government | History | Intergroup Dialogue Program | International Affairs Program | Latin American Studies Program | Management and Business | Music | Philosophy | Psychology | Religion | Sociology | Theater


Art History:
AH 202  - Asian Places and Spaces
AH 203  - Native American Art
AH 206  - The Arts of South Asia
AH 207  - African Art
AH 209  - Islamic Art
AH 310  - The Arts Of Nigeria
AH 369  - Women In The Visual Arts

American Studies:
AM 231  - Ethnic and Immigrant Experience
AM 236  - Jazz: A Multicultural Expression
AM 260A  - Civil Rights In Twentieth-Century United States
AM 260J  - Diversity In The United States
AM 331  - Critical Whiteness In The U.S.
AM 342  - Black Feminist Thoughts
AM 363  - Women In American Culture

Anthropology:
AN 205  - Mesoamerican Archaeology
AN 207  - North American Archaeology
AN 227  - Sub-Saharan Africa From a Cultural Perspective
AN 229  - Mexican Cultures
AN 231  - Ethnic and Immigrant Experience
AN 244  - Indigenous Cultures Of Latin America

Asian Studies Program:
AS 111  - Elementary Sanskrit  
AS 210  - Intermediate Sanskrit
AS 251  - Special Topics in Asian Studies
And other cross-listed courses such as AH 207 African Art, AN 229 Mexican Cultures, HI 241 Introduction to Imperial China HI 247 - The Rise of Japan.

Classics:
CG 110  - Elementary Greek
CG 210  - Intermediate Greek
CL 110  - Elementary Latin
CL 210  - Intermediate Latin

Dance:
DA 214  - Classical Dance of India

Economics:
EC 319 - Economics Of Income Distribution and Poverty
EC 334 - International Political Economy
EC 351 - Gender In The Economy

English:
EN 208 - Language and Gender
EN 223 - Women and Literature
EN 231 - Non-Western Literature
EN 327 - Special Studies in African-American Literature
EN 338 - Queer Fictions
EN 360 - Women Writers
EN 365 - Special Studies In Jewish Literature

Foreign Languages and Literatures:
All levels of language courses from beginning to advanced in Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish. Culture, Film, and Literature courses include:

FC 302 - Modern China
FL 244 - View China: Visual, Cultural and Transnational Cinema
FL 258 - Chinese Civilization
FL 246 - Fictional and Factual: History and the Novel in China
FF 223 - Introduction To Issues In the Francophone World
FF 225 - Painters and Writers
FF 309 - Fiction and Identity In Quebec
FF 317 - French Narrative Prose
FL 322 - The French Film
FI 211  - Masterpieces of Italian Literature
FI 310  - Il Renascimento Italiano
FL 250 - Italian Cinema: from Fiction to Film
FL 253 - Italian Civilization in Translation
FG 216 - Contemporary German Culture
FG 356 - German Literature of the Twentieth Century
FL 249 - Image of the Enemy in German Film
FJ 311 - Contemporary Japan
FL 242 - Modern Japanese Literature in Translation
FL 243 - The World of Japanese Animation
FS 212 - Survey of Spanish American Literature
FS 317 - Spanish Literature of the 20th Century
FS 321 - Studies in Spanish-American Drama
FS 324 - Spanish Film
FS 330 - The Spanish American Essay
FL 265 - Latinos in the United States

Gender Studies Program:
GW 210 - Ecofeminism, Women, and The Environment 

GW 212 - Women In Italian Society: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow 

GW 227 - Holding Up Half The Sky: Gender, Writing, and Nationhood In China 

GW 311 - Queer Theory
And other cross-listed courses

Government:
GO 209 - The Latin American Puzzle
GO 224 - American Indian Politics and Policy
GO 239 - Nationalism and Politics In The Middle East
GO 240 - Political Modernization: The Case Of India
GO 309 - Latin America and The United States
GO 314 - Civil Liberties
GO 355 - African Politics
GO 357 - Sexing Global Politics: Gender and International Relations

History:
HF 273 - Sex, Gender, and Civic Engagement
HI 111 - Latin American History: An Introduction
HI 142 - Introduction To Modern China
HI 225 - Thinking About Race and Ethnicity: “Race” In America
HI 228 - Race, Class, and Gender In Latin America
HI 229 - War and Peace In 20th Century Latin America
HI 241 - Introduction To Imperial China
HI 247 - The Rise of Japan
HI 261 - African-American History
HI 347 - Japan’s Modernizers: Samurai, Weavers, Writers, and Prostitutes

Intergroup Dialogue Program:
IG 201A - Intergroup/Intragroup Race Dialogues: People of Color/White People 

IG 201B - Intergroup/Intragroup Race Dialogues: Multiracial Identity 

IG 201C - Intergroup/Intragroup Race Dialogues: White Racial Identity 

IG 361 - Racial Identities: Theory and Praxis
IG 364 - Practicum in Facilitating 

IG 365 - Dialogue Facilitation 

For other cross-listed courses, please see description of the Intergroup Relations minor

International Affairs Program:
IA 101 - Introduction To International Affairs and cross-listed courses
And cross-listed courses such as GO 209 The Latin American Puzzle, FL 322 The French Film, EC 334 International Political Economy

Latin American Studies Program:
LA 251 - Topics in Latin American Studies
LA 377 - Colloquium In Latin American Studies
And other cross-listed courses

Management and Business:
MB 336H - Diversity and Discrimination in the American Workplace
MB 345 - Global Financial Management
MB 359 - Global Financial Institutions

Music
MU 208 - Music and Culture
MU 306 - History of Jazz In America
MU 309 - Music In South Asia
MU 310 - Music and Culture of East Asia

Philosophy:
PH 215 - Buddhist Philosophy
PR 214 - Philosophies of India
PR 325 - Japanese Buddhism

Psychology:
PS 331 - Psychology Of Women
PS 332 - Seminar In Cross-Cultural Psychology

Religion:
RE 201 - Hebrew Scriptures
RE 205 - Women, Religion, and Spirituality
RE 213 - Religious Traditions Of India
RE 215 - Islam
RE 220 - Encountering The Goddess In India

Sociology
SO 203 - Femininities and Masculinities
SO 204 - Introduction to Race, Class, and Gender
SO 219 - Race and Power
SO 225 - Quantifying Women
SO 305 - Sociology of Folklore
SO 306 - Sociology of Religion
SO 316 - Women In Modern Society
SO 328 - Social Movements and Collective Action

Theater
TH 229 - Theater and Culture
TH 338 - Black Theatre
TH 339 - Community-Based Theater


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