Course Archive

Courses: Spring 2015

Language Courses

Arabic

  • ARAB 150: Language and Culture of the Arab World (same as SAME 150) (ME)
  • ARAB 199: Undergraduate Open Seminar
  • ARAB 202: Elementary Standard Arabic II
  • ARAB 211: Colloquial Arabic II
  • ARAB 404: Intermediate Standard Arabic II
  • ARAB 406: Advanced Standard Arabic II
  • ARAB408: Topics in Standard Arabic Lang. & Lit. II
  • ARAB 410: Advanced Topics in Standard Arabic Lang. & Lit. II
  • ARAB 413: Arabic-English Translation

Greek (Modern)

Hebrew

Hindi

Persian

Sanskrit

Turkish

Non-Language Courses

* Only particular sections are topically appropriate and are consequently subject to advisor's approval.

  • AAS 100: Introduction to Asian-American Studies (SA)
  • AAS 286: Asian American Literature (same as ENGL 286) (SA)
  • ACE 251: The World Food Economy (ME)
  • ACE 451: Agriculture in International Development (ME)
  • ANTH 103: Anthro in a Changing World (ME/SA)
  • ANTH 199: Undergraduate Open Seminar (ME/SA) *
  • ANTH 230: Sociocultural Anthropology (ME/SA)
  • ANTH 275: The World of Jewish Sepharad (same as HIST 267, RLST 275) (ME)
  • ARAB 150: Language and Culture of the Arab World (same as SAME 150) (ME)
  • ARCH 314: History of World Landscapes (same as LA 314) (ME)
  • ARCH 403: Special Topics in Arch History: Islamic Architecture (ME)
  • ARCH 410: Ancient Architecture (ME)
  • ARCH 591: Spec Prob Arch Hist & Pres: Memory and Architecture or interactions: Cultures Across the Mediterranean (ME)
  • ASST 208: Literatures and Cultures of South Asia (same as CWL 208, RLST 208, SAME 208) (SA)
  • CI 402: Teaching Diverse Middle School Students (SA)
  • CLCV 100: Vocabulary Building--Greek and Latin Roots (ME)
  • CLCV 102: Medical Terms--Greek and Latin Roots (ME)
  • CLCV 111: Mythology of Greece and Rome (ME)
  • CLCV 115: Mythology of Greece and Rome (ME)
  • CLCV 131: Classical Archaeology, Greece (ME)
  • CLCV 222: The Tragic Spirit (ME)
  • CPSC 116: The Global Food Production Web (ME/SA)
  • CWL 114: Global Consciousness and Literature (ME)
  • CWL 190: Lit of Asia & Africa II (ME/SA)
  • CWL 208: Introduction to the Literatures and Cultures of South Asia (same as ASST 208, RLST 208, SAME 208) (SA)
  • CWL 253: Medieval Lit and Culture (same as ENGL 202 & MDVL 201) (ME)
  • CWL 271: The Holocaust in Context (same as ENGL 268 & GER 260) (ME)
  • CWL 320: Lit Responses to the Holocaust (same as ENGL 359 & RLST 320 & YDSH 320) (ME)
  • CWL 350: South Asian Goddesses (same as RLST 350, SAME 350) (SA)
  • CWL 434: Studies in Francophonie (same as FR 479) (ME) *
  • CWL 471: International Literary Relations*
  • CWL 561: Seminar Genres—Forms
  • CWL 581ECG: Borders (ME)
  • ECON 450: Development Economics (ME/SA) *
  • ECON 490: Topics in Economics
  • ECON 550: Economics of Development and Growth (ME/SA)
  • ENGL 202: Medieval Lit and Culture (same as CWL 253 & MDVL 201) (ME)
  • ENGL 268: The Holocaust in Context (same as CWL 271 & GER 260) (ME)
  • ENGL 274: Literature and Society *
  • ENGL 286: Asian American Literature (same as AAS 286) (SA)
  • ENGL 359: Lit Responses to the Holocaust (same as CWL 320 & RLST 320 & YDSH 320) (ME)
  • ENGL 461: Topics in Literature (ME/SA) *
  • EPS 413: Aesthetic Education
  • EPS 530: Education and Globalization (ME) *
  • FR 479: Studies in Francophonie (same as CWL 434) (ME) *
  • GEOG 101: Geography of Developing Countries (ME/SA)
  • GEOG 110: Geography of Intl Conflicts (same as GLBL 110) (ME)
  • GEOG 390: Individual Study
  • GER 260: The Holocaust in Context (same as CWL 271 & ENGL 268) (ME)
  • GLBL 110: Geography of Intl Conflicts (same as GEOG 110) (ME)
  • GLBL 280: Nuclear Weapons & Arms Control (same as PHYS 280) (ME)
  • GLBL 481: WrittingSeminar onTechnology and Security (same as NPRE 481) (ME)
  • GLBL 483: Seminar on Security (same as NPRE 483) (ME) *
  • GWS 199:Undergraduate Open Seminar *
  • GWS 261: Gender in Transnational Perspective (same as SOC 261) (ME/SA)
  • GWS 512: Gender Relations and International Development (ME/SA)
  • GWS 590: Topics in GWS *
  • HIST 100: Global History (ME/SA)
  • HIST 110: History of Africa (ME)
  • HIST 135: History of Islamic Middle East (ME)
  • HIST 199: Undergraduate Open Seminar *
  • HIST 241: History of Ancient Rome (ME)
  • HIST 252: The Holocaust (ME)
  • HIST 259: 20th C. World from Midcentury (ME)
  • HIST 267: The World of Jewish Sepharad (same as ANTH 275, RLST 275) (ME)
  • HIST 269: Modern Jewish History from c. 1700 to the Present (ME)
  • HIST 345: Medieval Civilization (same as MDVL 345 and RLST 345) (ME)
  • HIST 352: Europe in the World since 1750 (ME)
  • HIST 396B: Palestinian History (ME)
  • HIST 442: Roman Law and Legal Tradition (ME)
  • HIST 458: Christians and Jews 1099-1789 (same as RLST 458) (ME)
  • HIST 466: The Balkans (ME)
  • HIST 498A: Empires: Mongols, Mughals, Ottomans
  • HIST 510: Problems in African History (ME) *
  • HIST 551: Problems in European History Since 1789 (ME) *
  • HIST 597: Reading Course *
  • HIST 598: Teaching of College History (ME/SA) *
  • LA 314: History of World Landscapes (ME) *
  • LA 513: History of World Landscapes (ME) *
  • LA 594: Cultural Heritage Landscapes (ME)
  • LAW 657: International Human Rights Law
  • LING 111: Language in Globalization (ME)
  • LING 115: Language and Culture in India (same as RLST 115) (SA)
  • LING 199: Undergraduate Open Seminar *
  • LING 210: Language History (ME)
  • LING 404: Advanced Persian II
  • LING 418: Language and Minorities in Europe (ME/SA)
  • LIS 530M: Bibliography of Africa (ME)
  • MACS 389: International Communications (same as PS 389) (ME).
  • MBA 505: Topics in Management (SA)*
  • MDVL 201: Medieval Lit and Culture (same as CWL 253 & ENGL 202) (ME)
  • MDVL 345: Medieval Civilization (same as RLST 345 and HIST 345) (ME)
  • MUS 133: Introduction to World Music (ME)
  • MUS 252/450: Balkan Music Ensemble (ME/SA)
  • MUS 418A: Music of the Middle East (ME)
  • MUS 450: Advanced Ensemble Music (ME) *
  • NPRE 481: Writing Seminar on Technology & Security (same as GLBL 481) (ME)
  • NPRE 483: Seminar on Security (same as GLBL 483) (ME) *
  • PHIL 110: World Religions (same as RLST 110) (ME/SA)
  • PHYS 280: Nuclear Weapons and Arms Control (same as GLBL 280) (ME)
  • PS 241GC: Comparative Politics in Developing Nations *
  • PS 280: Intro to Intl Relations (ME)
  • PS 281: Intro to Intl Relations - ACP (ME)
  • PS 282: Governing Globalization (ME)
  • PS 341: Government and Politics of Africa (ME) *
  • PS 389: International Communications (same as MACS 389) (ME)
  • PS 391: Soviet and Post-Soviet Foreign Policy (ME)
  • RLST 110: World Religions (same as PHIL 110) (ME/SA)
  • RLST 115: Language and Culture in India (same as LING 115) (SA)
  • RLST 121: Introduction to Christianity (ME) *
  • RLST 130: Jewish Customs and Ceremonies (ME)
  • RLST 201: Hebrew Bible in English (ME)
  • RLST 202: New Testament in English (ME)
  • RLST 208: Literatures and Cultures of South Asia (same as ASST 208, CWL 208, SAME 208) (SA)
  • RLST 214: Introduction to Islam (same as SAME 213) (ME/SA)
  • RLST 260: Mystics and Saints in Islam (same as SAME 260) (ME/SA)
  • RLST 269: Jewish History since 1700 (same as HIST 269) (ME)
  • RLST 275: The World of Jewish Sepharad (same as ANTH 275, HIST 267) (ME)
  • RLST 286: Introduction to Hinduism (SA)
  • RLST 287: Introduction to Buddism (same as EALC 287) (SA)
  • RLST 320: Lit Responses to the Holocaust (same as CWL 320 & ENGL 359 & YDSH 320) (ME)
  • RLST 345: Medieval Civilization (MDVL 345 and HIST 345) (ME)
  • RLST 350: South Asian Goddesses (same as CWL 350, SAME 350) (SA)
  • RLST 458: Christians and Jews 1099-1789 (same as HIST 458) (ME)
  • RLST 484: Buddhist Meditation (SA)
  • RLST 495: Topics in Asian Religions (SA) *
  • RLST 514: Islamic Theology (same as SAME 514) (ME)
  • SAME 150: Language and Culture of the Arab World (same as ARAB 150) (ME)
  • SAME 208: Lits & Cultures of South Asia (same as ASST 208, CWL 208, RLST 208) (SA)
  • SAME 214: Introduction to Islam (same as RLST 213) (ME/SA)
  • SAME 260: Mystics and Saints in Islam (same as RLST 260) (ME/SA)
  • SAME 350: South Asian Goddesses (same as CWL 350, RLST 350) (SA)
  • SAME 514: Islamic Theology (same as RLST 514) (ME)
  • SOC 196: Issues in Sociology (ME) *
  • SOC 261: Gender in Transnational Perspective (same as GWS 261) *
  • YDSH 320: Lit Responses to the Holocaust (same as CWL 320 & ENGL 359 & RLST 320) (ME)

Note: This list is not necessarily complete. Additional courses will be added as approved.

 

Courses: Fall 2014

Language Courses

Arabic

  • ARAB 201: Elementary Standard Arabic I
  • ARAB 210: Colloquial Arabic I
  • ARAB 403: Intermediate Standard Arabic I
  • ARAB 405: Advanced Standard Arabic I
  • ARAB 407: Topics in Standard Arabic Lang. & Lit. I
  • ARAB 409: Advanced Topics Standard Arabic Lang. & Lit. I

Greek (Modern)

Hebrew

Hindi

Persian

Sanskrit

Turkish

 

NOTE: Students with more advanced Turkish may also enroll and will have an individualized program of study. For information contact the Russian and East European Center at reec@illinois.edu.

 

Non-Language Courses

* Only particular sections are topically appropriate and are consequently subject to advisor's approval.

  • AAS 100: Introduction to Asian-American Studies (SA)
  • AAS 258: Muslims in America (ME/SA)
  • AAS 397: Asian Families in America (same as HDFS 321 & SOCW 397) (SA)
  • ACE 251: The World Food Economy (ME)
  • ACE 455: International Trade in Food and Agriculture (SA)
  • ANTH 103: Anthro in a Changing World (ME/SA)
  • ANTH 105: World Archaeology (ME)
  • ANTH 130: History of South Asia (same as HIST 130) (SA)
  • ANTH 199: Undergraduate Open Seminar (ME/SA) *
  • ANTH 230: Sociocultural Anthropology (ME/SA)
  • ANTH 266: African Film & Society (ME)
  • ARAB 150: Language and Culture of the Arab World (same as SAME 150) (ME)
  • ARCH 410: Ancient Architecture (ME)
  • ARCH 577: Theory of Architecture (ME/SA) *
  • ASST 104: Asian Mythology (same as RLST 104) (SA)
  • ASST 218: South Asian Cultural Landscapes (same as LA 218) (SA)
  • BADM 532: Sustainable Prod. for Subsistence (SA)
  • CI 403: Teaching Diverse High School Students (SA)
  • CLCV 100: Vocabulary Building--Greek and Latin Roots (ME)
  • CLCV 102: Medical Terms--Greek and Latin Roots (ME)
  • CLCV 111: Mythology of Greece and Rome (ME)
  • CLCV 115: Mythology of Greece and Rome (ME)
  • CLCV 160: Ancient Greek and Roman Religion (ME)
  • CLCV 222: The Tragic Spirit (ME)
  • CWL 189: Lit of Asia & Africa I (ME/SA)
  • CWL 207: Indian Cinema in Context (same as MACS 207) (SA)
  • CWL 223: The Qur'an (same as RLST 223 and SAME 223) (ME/SA)
  • CWL 253: Medieval Lit and Culture (same as ENGL 202 & MDVL 201) (ME)
  • CWL 395: Special Topics Comparative Literature *
  • CWL 461/561: Literary Genres and Forms (Satyajit Ray and Indian Cinema) (same as MDIA 590) (SA)
  • CWL 471: International Lit Relations: Spain and the Modern Arab World: 1492-2014 (same as SPAN 465) (ME)
  • ECON 450: Development Economics (ME/SA)*
  • ECON 490: Topics in Economics (ME/SA) *
  • ECON 551: Topics in Development Economics (ME) *
  • ENGL 202: Medieval Lit and Culture (same as CWL 253 & MDVL 201) (ME)
  • ENGL 461: Topics in Literature (ME/SA) *
  • ENGL 514: Seminar in Medieval Literature (ME) *
  • EPS 530: Education and Globalization (ME) *
  • EPS 533: Global Youth and Citizenship (ME)
  • EPS 590: Advanced Graduate Seminar: Human Rights Education
  • GEOG 101: Geography of Developing Countries (ME/SA)
  • GEOG 110: Geography of Intl Conflicts (same as GLBL 110) (ME)
  • GEOG 390: Individual Study (ME/SA)*
  • GEOG 410: Geography of Development and Underdevelopment (SA)
  • GEOG 595: Advanced Studies in Geography (ME) *
  • GLBL 110: Geography of Intl Conflicts (same as GEOG 110) (ME)
  • GLBL 201: Energy Systems (same as NPRE 210) (ME)
  • GLBL 251: War, Military Institutions, and Society since 1851 (same as HIST 251) (ME)
  • GLBL 283: Introduction to International Security (same as PS 283) (ME)
  • GLBL 296: Global Studies Foundation Seminar (ME) *
  • GLBL 483: Seminar on Security (same as NPRE 483) (ME) *
  • GWS 199:Undergraduate Open Seminar *
  • GWS 261: Gender in Transnational Perspective (same as SOC 261) (ME/SA)
  • HDFS 321: Asian Families in America (same as AAS 397 & SOCW 397) (SA)
  • HIST 100: Global History (ME/SA)
  • HIST 130: History of South Asia (same as ANTH 130) (SA)
  • HIST 168: A History of Judaism (ME)
  • HIST 199: Undergraduate Open Seminar *
  • HIST 200: Introduction to Historical Interpretation *
  • HIST 241: History of Ancient Rome (ME)
  • HIST 258: Contemporary Politics Ideology (ME)
  • HIST 291: History of the Bible (same as RLST 203) (ME)
  • HIST 335: Middle East 1566-1914 (ME)
  • HIST 365: Fictional & Historical Imagination (Topic: Gendering War, Memory, and Migration: Fact and Fiction in Modern South Asian Histories) (SA)
  • HIST 396: Special Topics *
  • HIST 439: The Ottoman Empire (ME)
  • HIST 441: The Roman Empire (ME)
  • HIST 466: The Balkans (ME)
  • HIST 498: Research and Writing Seminar (ME/SA) *
  • HIST 502: Problems in Comparative History *
  • HIST 551: Problems in European History Since 1789 (ME) *
  • HIST 597: Reading Course *
  • HIST 598: Teaching of College History (ME/SA) *
  • ITAL 390: Special Topics in Italian Studies
  • LA 218: South Asian Cultural Landscapes (same as ASST 218) (SA)
  • LAW 656: Public International Law
  • LAW 792M: The Constitutional Law of US Foreign Affairs (ME/SA)
  • LING 111: Language in Globalization (ME)
  • LING 210: Language History (ME)
  • LING 240: Language in Human History (SA)
  • LING 404: Tutorials in Non-Western Lang
  • LING 581: Topics in Syntactic Theory (ME) *
  • LIS 490: Advanced Topics in Info Studies
  • MACS 207: Indian Cinema in Context (same as CWL 207) (SA)
  • MDIA 590: Special Topics: (Satyajit Ray and Indian Cinema) (same as CWL 461/561) (SA)
  • MDVL 201: Medieval Lit and Culture (same as CWL 253 & ENGL 202) (ME)
  • MDVL 440: Early Christian Thought (same as RLST 440) (ME)
  • MUS 110: Intro Art Music: International Perspective (ME)
  • MUS 133: Introduction to World Music (ME)
  • MUS 252/450: Ethnomusicology Perf Ensembles (ME/SA)*
  • MUS 410: Period Studies in Musicology (ME/SA) *
  • MUS 416: Anthropology of Music (same as ANTH 416) (ME) *
  • MUS 450: Advanced Ensemble Music (ME) *
  • NPRE 201: Energy Systems (ME)
  • NPRE 483: Seminar on Security (same as GLBL 483) (ME) *
  • PHIL 110: World Religions (same as RLST 110) (ME/SA)
  • PS 152: The New Middle East (same as SAME 152 and SOC 152) (ME)
  • PS 241: Comparative Politics in Developing Nations *
  • PS 280: Intro to Intl Relations (ME)
  • PS 283: Introduction to International Security (same as GLBL 283) (ME)
  • PS 408: Islam and Politics in the Middle East (same as RLST 408 and SAME 408) (ME)
  • RLST 104: Asian Mythology (same as ASST 104) (SA)
  • RLST 110: World Religions (same as PHIL 110) (ME/SA)
  • RLST 120: A History of Judaism (same as HIST 168) (ME)
  • RLST 160: Ancient Greek and Roman Religion (same as CLCV 160) (ME)
  • RLST 199: Undergraduate Open (ME/SA)*
  • RLST 203: History of the Bible (same as HIST 291) (ME)
  • RLST 214: Introduction to Islam (same as SAME 213) (ME/SA)
  • RLST 223: The Qur'an (same as CWL 223 and SAME 223) (ME/SA)
  • RLST 408: Islam and Politics in the Middle East (same as PS 408 and SAME 408) (ME/SA)
  • RLST 440: Early Christian Thought (same as MDVL 440) (ME)
  • RLST 494: Topics in Religious Thought (ME) *
  • RLST 496: Topics in History of Judaism (ME) *
  • RLST 498: Topics in Biblical Studies (ME) *
  • SAME 150: Language and Culture of the Arab World (same as ARAB 150) (ME)
  • SAME 152: The New Middle East (same as PS 152 and SOC 152) (ME)
  • SAME 214: Introduction to Islam (same as RLST 213) (ME/SA)
  • SAME 408: Islam and Politics in the Middle East (same as PS 408 and RLST 408)
  • SAME 490: Middle Eastern Societies and Cultures (meets with SOC 496) (ME)
  • SOC 152: The New Middle East (same as PS 152 and SAME 152) (ME)
  • SOC 160: Global Inequality & Social Change (ME)
  • SOC 196: Issues in Sociology (ME) *
  • SOC 364: Impacts of Globalization (ME)
  • SOC 470: Social Movements (ME)
  • SOC 483: Middle Eastern Societies and Cultures (ME)
  • SOCW 397: Asian Families in America (same as AAS 397 & HDFS 321) (SA)
  • SPAN 465: International Lit Relations: Spain and the Modern Arab World: 1492-2014 (same as CWL 471) (ME)
  • UP 423: Introduction to International Planning (ME)
  • UP 494: Special Topics in Planning (ME) *

Note: This list is not necessarily complete. Additional courses will be added as approved.