Course Schedules by Term

MALS 127: Independent Study and MALS 137: Thesis Research are offered every term. Enrollment is based on completion of prerequisites and Curriculum Committee approval see the MALS Administrator for more information.

Requirement Code Key

  • S I/D: Single-taught Interdisciplinary
  • T I/D: Team-taught Interdsiciplinary
  • CS: Cultural Studies
  • CW: Creative Writing
  • GS: Globalization Studies
  • CT/NC: Credit/No Credit

Courses with interdisciplinary content MAY satisfy one of the I/D course requirements on your plan of study; please check with the MALS Administrator for more information.
 

17F

Fall

191: Preserving the Past: Oral History in Theory and Practice; (CW, T I/D) Harvey Frommer - MALS, Myrna Frommer - MALS (Thursday 6:00pm to 9:00pm)

246: Fiction - Novella (CW); Alan Lelchuk- MALS (Tuesday 4:30pm to 7:30pm)

287: Religion & Politics in a Post-Secular World: Rethinking Secularization (GS, S I/D); Michael McGillen – German Studies (Monday/Wednesday 1:15pm to 3:15pm)

289: Digital American Cultural Studies (CS; S I/D); James Dobson – MALS (Tuesday/Thursday 2:25pm to 4:15pm)

290: Borders & Boundaries (CS, S I/D); Regine Rosenthal - MALS (Tuesday/Thursday 10:10am to 12:00pm)

291: Capitalism, Labor, and the Law in the Global United States (GS); Gabrielle Clark - MALS (Wednesday 4:30pm to 7:30pm)

18W

Winter - TENTATIVE

130: Cultural Studies Research Methods; Klaus Milich - MALS (Tuesday/Thursday 10:10am to 12:00pm)

239: Poetry Workshop (CW); Gary Lenhart – English (Wednesday 4:30pm to 7:30pm)

245: Personal Essay (CW); Barbara Kreiger - MALS (Monday 4:30pm to 7:30pm)

337: New Global Order: Tyrannies, Democracy, & Revolutions (GS, T I/D); Evelyn Lechner – MALS, Peter DeShazo - LALACS (Tuesday/Thursday 4:30pm to 6:30pm)

368: Seeing and Feeling in Early Modern Europe (CS, S I/D); Kristin O'Rourke - Art History (Monday/Wednesday 1:00pm to 3:00pm)

18S

Spring - TENTATIVE

206: Craft & Culture of Journalism (CW, S I/D); Christopher Wren – MALS

236: Playwriting Workshop (CW); Eugenie Carabatsos

281: Travel Writing (CW); Barbara Kreiger - MALS

346: Diasporas and Migrations (CS, T I/D); Klaus Milich - MALS, Regine Rosenthal - MALS