International Studies (INTL)


2000

INTL 2000 Contemporary Global Issues (3 credits)
Survey of current world issues from an interdisciplinary perspective.

3000

INTL 3001 Gateway to International Studies (3 credits)
Prereq.: ANTH 1003 or 2051, GEOG 1001 or 1003, HIST 1007, POLI 2057. Required for all international studies majors. Modernity, colonialism, and globalization in regional perspective.
INTL 3002 [Not Offered] Independent Study in International Studies (3 credits)
May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit when topics vary. Independent study relevant to the field of international studies.
INTL 3092 [Not Offered] Fundamentalisms and Religious Nationalism (3 credits)
See REL 3092.
INTL 3099 [Not Offered] Undergraduate Internship in International Studies (3 credits)
F,S,Su Open to undergraduate students approved by the International Studies Program. May be counted toward the total number of hours required for a major in International Studies but not toward fulfilling field requirements. May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit when topics vary. Program of study, research, and work in governmental or private agencies concerned with international policy.
INTL 3786 [Not Offered] Religion of Islam (3 credits)
See REL 3786.
INTL 3991 [Not Offered] Study Abroad in Africa (1-6 credits)
May be repeated for up to 12 hours credit when topics vary. Studies in the history, culture, economics, politics, or geography of Africa.
INTL 3992 [Not Offered] Study Abroad in the Middle East (1-6 credits)
May be repeated for up to 12 hours credit when topics vary. Studies in the history, culture, economics, politics, or geography of the Middle East.
INTL 3993 [Not Offered] Study Abroad in Asia (1-6 credits)
May be repeated for up to 12 hours credit when topics vary. Studies in the history, culture, economics, politics, or geography of Asia.
INTL 3994 [Not Offered] Study Abroad in Europe (1-6 credits)
May be repeated for up to 12 hours credit when topics vary. Studies in the history, culture, economics, politics, or geography of Europe.
INTL 3995 [Not Offered] Study Abroad in Latin America (1-6 credits)
May be repeated for up to 12 hours credit when topics vary. Studies in the history, culture, economics, politics, or geography of Latin America.
INTL 3996 [Not Offered] Study Abroad in Russia and Central Asia (1-6 credits)
May be repeated for up to 12 hours credit when topics vary. Studies in the history, culture, economics, politics, or geography of Russia and/or Central Asia.

4000

INTL 4000 [Not Offered] International Studies Workshop (3 credits)
For international studies majors in junior or senior year. Prereq.: consent of instructor. Development of research project in international studiesCprospectus, annotated bibliography, and research proposal.
INTL 4002 [Not Offered] South Asian Society, Polity, and Culture (3 credits)
Cross-listed with ANTH 4002, GEOG 4002, and REL 4001. Historical anthropology of South Asia examining the four major cultural traditions (Hindu/Buddhist, Islamic, British, and nationalist) which currently shape the politics of nationalism, development, ethnicity, caste, and gender in the region.
INTL 4003 International Studies Senior Seminar (3 credits)
Prereq.: INTL 3001 and 9 hrs. of additional upper level courses in an area of concentration. Required for all international studies majors, seniors only. Advanced theory and case studies of globalization in an interdisciplinary perspective.
INTL 4010 [Not Offered] A History of Geopolitics (3 credits)
History of European geopolitics and geopolitical thought from Thucydides through the end of the Cold War.
INTL 4033 [Not Offered] Geography of Central Asia and Afghanistan (3 credits)
See GEOG 4033.
INTL 4051 [Not Offered] North Africa and the Middle East (3 credits)
See GEOG 4051.
INTL 4095 [Not Offered] The Middle East to 1800 (3 credits)
See HIST 4095.
INTL 4096 [Not Offered] The Modern Middle East (3 credits)
See HIST 4096.
INTL 4100 [Not Offered] Migration, Diasporas, and Identity (3 credits)
An interdisciplinary survey of global migration in the modern era and the resultant subnational and transnational forms of community, identity, and subjectivity: colonists, exiles, immigrants, refugees, and transients.
INTL 4997 [Not Offered] Special Topics in International Studies (3 credits)
May be repeated for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit when topics vary.