American Studies

American studies is the interdisciplinary study of the United States. Majors and minors analyze American history and experience through a variety of different disciplines in order to gain insight into the multiplicity of cultures, ideas, and institutions that make up the nation. They draw on departments and programs, such as African and African American studies, American Catholic studies, art history and music, English, history, Latin American and Latino studies, philosophy, political science, urban studies, and sociology. Those majoring or minoring in American studies have in common, however, the desire to link these perspectives into a complex view of the nation and its culture.

American studies is a small program and admission is competitive based on grades, a writing sample, and a faculty reference. Students seeking to enter the program meet with the director to obtain an application and entrance information. We have about 15-20 majors and minors per class.

Program Activities

The American studies program presents a variety of programs for its students. We take excursions into New York City, such as faculty-led tours of New York City’s waterfronts, the New York Historical Society, Green-Wood Cemetery, and El Museo del Barrio. We sponsor guest lecturers and performers, such as Judith Sloan and Warren Lehrer, authors of Crossing the BLVD: Strangers, Neighbors, and Aliens in a New America; historian Mae Ngai, author of Impossible Subjects: Illegal Aliens and the Making of Modern America; journalist Philip Gourevitch, author of The Ballad of Abu Ghraib; and performance artist Patrick Johnson, who wrote Sweet Tea: Black Gay Men of the South. Many of these events give students an opportunity to make their voices and opinions heard, such as our open forums and salon discussions on topics such as “Wal-Mart: the Price of Doing Business in America” and “Democracy and the Media: The Effects of Journalism on Past and Present Elections.” Perhaps the most highly anticipated day of the year is the senior thesis presentation every December. These events, along with social gatherings each semester, allow American studies students opportunities to socialize with one another and with their faculty.

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Our Courses

AMST 2000. MAJOR DEVELOPMENTS IN AMERICAN CULTURE. (4 Credits)

An interdisciplinary history of American cultural traditions. Students will be introduced to major developments in American culture, arts, literature, folkculture, thought, and media. Course sets transformations in culture in the context of American political, social, religious, and economic history. Four-credit courses that meet for 150 minutes per week require three additional hours of class preparation per week on the part of the student in lieu of an additional hour of formal instruction.

Attribute: PLUR.

AMST 2800. AMERICAN LEGAL REASONING. (4 Credits)

An introduction to American legal reasoning through selected readings. For enrollment, please contact pre-law advisor Erin Burke at erburke@fordham.edu or the American Studies director at amerstudies@fordham.edu. Preference will be given to American Studies majors and pre-law students. Four-credit courses that meet for 150 minutes per week require three additional hours of class preparation per week on the part of the student in lieu of an additional hour of formal instruction.

Attributes: APPI, ASHS, ASSC.

AMST 3100. INTRO TO AMERICAN CULTURE. (4 Credits)

An introduction to American culture with particular emphasis on the interdisciplinary aims and methods of American Studies. Junior level seminar usually taken in the first semester of junior year. Provides an overview of methods and texts used by different disciplines. Four-credit courses that meet for 150 minutes per week require three additional hours of class preparation per week on the part of the student in lieu of an additional hour of formal instruction.

AMST 3600. AMERICAN LEGAL REASONING. (4 Credits)

An introduction to American legal reasoning through selected readings. For enrollment, please contact pre-law advisor Erin Burke at erburke@fordham.edu or the American Studies director at amerstudies@fordham.edu. Preference will be given to American Studies majors and pre-law students. Four-credit courses that meet for 150 minutes per week require three additional hours of class preparation per week on the part of the student in lieu of an additional hour of formal instruction.

Attribute: ASSC.

AMST 3610. SPECIAL TOPICS: WOMEN AND AMERICAN COMEDY. (4 Credits)

This course explores the history of women and comedic performance in the U.S., from the vaudeville stage of the late nineteenth century to stand-up and the television situation comedy of the 20th and 21st century. Four-credit courses that meet for 150 minutes per week require three additional hours of class preparation per week on the part of the student in lieu of an additional hour of formal instruction.

Attributes: ACUP, ADVD, ASHS.

AMST 3800. INTERNSHIP. (1 to 3 Credits)

AMST 4010. APPROACHES TO AMERICAN STUDIES. (4 Credits)

An introduction to the interdisciplinary perspectives and methods of American Studies. Class will explore the theme of characterizing and defining "America," with attention to how a distinctive interdisciplinary approach to this theme has shaped the field of American Studies. Students will also develop skills to analyze a wide range of primary materials from an interdisciplinary perspective. Four-credit courses that meet for 150 minutes per week require three additional hours of class preparation per week on the part of the student in lieu of an additional hour of formal instruction.

Attribute: ICC.

AMST 4500. THE SENIOR SEMINAR. (4 Credits)

A team-taught seminar, drawing on faculty in different areas of American Studies, the seminar provides a focused exploration of some aspect of American history and culture and forms the basis of the senior essay. During their senior year, all majors enroll in this course and, in consultation with the director of the program, research and write their senior thesis. American Studies senior majors only. Four-credit courses that meet for 150 minutes per week require three additional hours of class preparation per week on the part of the student in lieu of an additional hour of formal instruction.

AMST 4999. INDEPENDENT STUDY. (1 to 4 Credits)

Independent research and readings with supervision from a faculty member.

Courses in Other Areas

The following courses offered outside the department have the AMST attribute and count toward the American Studies major and minor:

Course Title Credits
AFAM 2005AMERICAN PLURALISM4
AFAM 3001AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY I4
AFAM 3002AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY II4
AFAM 3030AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN4
AFAM 3036GLOBAL BLACK YOUTH CULTURES4
AFAM 3037BEING AND BECOMING BLACK IN THE ATLANTIC WORLD4
AFAM 3071AFRICAN INTELLECTUAL HISTORY4
AFAM 3102THE BLACK FAMILY4
AFAM 3112THE SIXTIES4
AFAM 3115MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. AND MALCOLM X4
AFAM 3120BLACK RELIGION AND BLACK POLITICS4
AFAM 3130RACIAL AND ETHNIC CONFLICT4
AFAM 3132BLACK PRISON EXPERIENCE4
AFAM 3134FROM ROCK-N-ROLL TO HIP-HOP4
AFAM 3136CIVIL RIGHTS/BLACK POWER4
AFAM 3138NONVIOLENT PROTEST4
AFAM 3146CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN IMMIGRATION TO THE UNITED STATES3
AFAM 3150CARIBBEAN PEOPLES AND CULTURE4
AFAM 3162VALUE IN BLACK AND WHITE DRAMA4
AFAM 3210ON THE MOVE: MIGRATION, LABOR, AND TRANS-NATIONALISM IN THE AFRICAN DIASPORA4
AFAM 3510IN "AMERICA'S BACKYARD": U.S.-CARIBBEAN SOCIAL, POLITICAL, AND ECONOMIC RELATIONS 1850-19504
AFAM 3630HARLEM CENTURY4
AFAM 3632HARLEM RENAISSANCE4
AFAM 3633THE BRONX: IMMIGRATION, RACE, AND CULTURE4
AFAM 3637BLACK FEMINISM: THEORY AND EXPRESSION4
AFAM 3667CARIBBEAN LITERATURE4
AFAM 3720AFRICAN AMERICAN PHILOSOPHY4
AFAM 4000AFFIRMATIVE ACTION AND THE AMERICAN DREAM4
AFAM 4148RACE, RELIGION, AND POLITICS: CATHOLIC AND CIVIL RIGHTS4
AFAM 4600AFRICAN AMERICANS AND THE LAW4
AFAM 4650SOCIAL WELFARE AND SOCIETY4
AFAM 4896FEELING THE FUNK4
AMCS 3101THE DISCERNMENT SEMINAR1
AMCS 3150CATHOLICS AND POPULAR CULTURE4
AMCS 3200AMERICAN AND CATHOLIC4
AMCS 3251LABOR, LEISURE, AND GOD4
AMCS 3320THE WRITING IRISH4
AMCS 3333AMERICAN CATHOLIC FICTIONS4
AMCS 3340CATHOLICISM AND DEMOCRACY4
AMCS 3355AMERICAN CATHOLIC NOVEL4
AMCS 3359AMERICAN CATHOLIC WOMEN WRITERS4
AMCS 3451NIEBUHR IN AMERICA4
AMCS 3982CATHOLIC STUDIES SEMINAR II4
ANTH 2700YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT: THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF FOOD4
ANTH 3180ETHNOGRAPHIC METHODS: CULTURES OF NEW YORK CITY4
ANTH 3339IRISH AND MEXICAN MIGRATION: NEW YORK FOCUS4
ANTH 3340ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ON RACE AND ETHNICITY4
ANTH 3341RACE, SEX, AND SCIENCE4
ANTH 3343GHETTOS AND GATED COMMUNITIES4
ANTH 3351COMPARATIVE CULTURES4
ANTH 3354RACE, IDENTITY, AND GLOBALIZATION4
ANTH 3380HAZARDS, DISASTERS, AND HUMAN EXPERIENCE4
ANTH 3393GRAFFITI: THE CHALLENGES AND CONUNDRUMS OF STREET ART4
ANTH 3510MUSEUMS: CULTURES ON DISPLAY4
ANTH 3725CULTURE AND CULTURE CHANGE4
ARHI 2520AMERICAN ART4
ARHI 255020TH CENTURY ART4
ARHI 3100MUSEUM METHODS4
ARHI 4250AZTEC ART4
ARHI 4530GENDER AND MODERN ART4
ARHI 4540SEMINAR: MODERN ART4
CISC 4001COMPUTERS AND ROBOTS IN FILM4
CISC 4650CYBERSPACE: ISSUES AND ETHICS4
COLI 3450THE CITY IN LITERATURE AND ART4
COLI 3522STRANGE MEMORIES, STRANGE DESIRES4
COLI 3531UNHAPPY FAMILIES4
COLI 369120C AFRICAN-AMERICAN AND AFRICAN WOMEN4
COLI 3912LITERATURE OF THE AMERICAS4
COLI 4206COMPARATIVE STUDIES IN REVOLUTION4
COLI 4603ASIANS IN THE AMERICAS4
COMC 1101COMMUNICATIONS AND CULTURE: HISTORY, THEORY, AND METHODS4
COMC 2236THE ROCK REVOLUTION IN MUSIC AND MEDIA4
COMC 2258MYTH AND SYMBOL OF AMERICAN CHARACTER4
COMC 2271MEDIATED COMMUNICATION AND SOCIAL THEORY4
COMC 2377MASS COMMUNICATION AND SOCIETY4
COMC 3186SPORTS COMMUNICATION4
COMC 3232CLASS, TASTE, AND MASS CULTURE4
COMC 3235POPULAR MUSIC AS COMMUNICATION4
COMC 3237GENDER IMAGES AND MEDIA4
COMC 3247RACE, CLASS, AND GENDER IN MEDIA4
COMC 3268MEDIA AND NATIONAL IDENTITY4
COMC 3272HISTORY AND CULTURE OF ADVERTISING4
COMC 3330PEACE, JUSTICE, AND THE MEDIA4
COMC 3350MEDIA LAW4
COMC 3370ETHICAL ISSUES IN MEDIA4
COMC 3374MEDIA EFFECTS4
COMC 3375CHILDREN AND MEDIA4
COMC 4170DISSENT AND DISINFORMATION4
COMC 4222MEDIA AND THE ENVIRONMENT4
COMC 4279MEDIA AND POPULAR CULTURE4
COMC 4338AMERICAN POLITICAL COMMUNICATION4
COMC 4339COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA IN THE AGE OF TRUMP4
COMC 4340FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION4
COMC 4360COMMUNICATION ETHICS AND THE PUBLIC SPHERE4
DTEM 1402DIGITAL CULTURES4
DTEM 3476SOCIAL MEDIA4
DTEM 4480DIGITAL MEDIA AND PUBLIC RESPONSIBILITY4
ECON 3453LAW AND ECONOMICS4
ECON 3570LABOR MARKET AND DIVERSITY4
ECON 3580ECONOMICS OF DIVERSITY4
ECON 3850ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS4
ECON 4110ETHICS AND ECONOMICS4
ENGL 1501IMAGINING NEW YORK CITY IN LITERATURE3
ENGL 3001QUEER THEORIES4
ENGL 3036LATIN AMERICAN SHORT STORY4
ENGL 3333CAPTIVES, CANNIBALS AND REBELS: (ADVANCED LITERATURE CORE)4
ENGL 3359ASIAN DIASPORIC LITERATURES4
ENGL 3425NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE4
ENGL 3436AMERICAN DREAM IN LITERATURE4
ENGL 3438AMERICAN MODERNISM4
ENGL 3467DISOBEDIENCE IN LITERATURE4
ENGL 3535MODERN POETRY4
ENGL 3603AMERICAN RENAISSANCE4
ENGL 3604AMERICAN LITERATURE TO 18704
ENGL 3609FEMINISM AND AMERICAN POETRY4
ENGL 3611MODERN AMERICAN AUTOBIOGRAPHY4
ENGL 3613MODERN AMERICAN NOVELS4
ENGL 3617AMERICAN SHORT STORY4
ENGL 3620ORDINARINESS4
ENGL 3624MELVILLE4
ENGL 3625EARLY AMERICAN LITERATURE4
ENGL 3630BLACK AMERICAN ICONS4
ENGL 3631CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN FICTION4
ENGL 3633THE ENLIGHTENED EARTH: AMERICAN LIT & CULTURE AFTER 19454
ENGL 3636INTRODUCTION TO AFRICAN AMERICAN LITERATURE4
ENGL 3646BLACK DISABILITY STUDIES4
ENGL 3650STAYIN' ALIVE: PERFORMING BLACKNESS AND WHITENESS IN 1970's US FILM AND LITERATURE4
ENGL 3652NEW WAVE IMMIGRANT LITERATURE4
ENGL 3653MAJOR AMERICAN AUTHORS: (Advanced Literature Core)4
ENGL 3673POSTMODERN LITERATURE AND CULTURE4
ENGL 3691BLACK ATLANTIC LITERATURE: IMAGINING FREEDOM4
ENGL 3701AMERICAN WRITERS IN PARIS4
ENGL 3841CONTEMPORARY FICTION4
ENGL 3916ANIMALS IN LITERATURE4
ENGL 3930INTRODUCTION TO GAY AND LESBIAN LITERATURE4
ENGL 4010AMERICAN CRIME STORIES4
ENGL 4106SEMINAR: THE GREAT DEPRESSION: LITERATURE AND CULTURE4
ENGL 4113SEMINAR: WRITING WHITENESS4
ENGL 4118DICKINSON, WHITMAN, AND COMPANY4
ENGL 4119SEMINAR: GOD AND MONEY IN EARLY AMERICA4
ENGL 4121NEW YORK CITY IN FICTION4
ENGL 4184POSTWAR AMERICAN LITERATURE AND CULTURE4
ENGL 4227BLACK LITERATURE AND FILM4
ENGL 4236SEMINAR: LATIN AMERICAN SHORT STORY4
ENGL 4403EXTRAORDINARY BODIES4
ENGL 4421DISABILITY, LITERATURE, CULTURE: NEUROLOGICAL, MENTAL, AND COGNITIVE DIFFERENCE IN CULTURE & CONTEXT4
ENGL 4603ASIANS IN THE AMERICAS4
ENGL 4604JAZZ AGE, LITERATURE, AND CULTURE4
FITV 1501UNDERSTANDING FILM4
FITV 1601UNDERSTANDING TELEVISION4
FITV 2425DIGITAL VIDEO PRODUCTION I FOR FITV4
FITV 2501HISTORY OF FILM, 1895-19504
FITV 2511SCREENWRITING I4
FITV 2531SERIALS, SERIES, AND FRANCHISE FILMS4
FITV 2533FASHION COSTUMING IN FILM4
FITV 2547FILM AND GENDER4
FITV 2601HISTORY OF TELEVISION4
FITV 2612WRITING PRODUCING WEB SERIES4
FITV 2659THE BROADCAST INDUSTRY4
FITV 2670TELEVISION AND SOCIAL CHANGE4
FITV 2674TEEN TELEVISION4
FITV 3425DIGITAL VIDEO PRODUCTION II4
FITV 3501FILM THEORY AND CRITICISM4
FITV 3505TOPICS IN FILM STUDIES4
FITV 3511SCREENWRITING II4
FITV 3532LANDMARKS, LOCATIONS, AND ADAPTION4
FITV 3534FASHION IN BRITISH FILM AND TELEVISION4
FITV 3535FILM ADAPTATION4
FITV 3537PLAYS AND SCREENPLAYS4
FITV 3543FICTION INTO FILM4
FITV 3544THE FILM DIRECTOR4
FITV 3545FILM AND TELEVISION OF HITCHCOCK4
FITV 3551FILM HISTORY 1950-PRESENT4
FITV 3553HOLLYWOOD GENRES4
FITV 3555THE CITY IN FILM AND TELEVISION4
FITV 3558ITALIAN FILM4
FITV 3565THE DOCUMENTARY IDEA4
FITV 3566DOCUMENTARY FILM4
FITV 3571SCIENCE FICTION IN FILM AND TELEVISION4
FITV 3578AMERICAN FILM COMEDY4
FITV 3579MOVIES AND AMERICAN EXPERIENCE4
FITV 3585TRANSNATIONAL ASIAN CINEMA4
FITV 3587UNITED KINGDOM AND IRISH FILM4
FITV 3588GLOBAL CINEMA4
FITV 3601TELEVISION THEORY AND CRITICISM4
FITV 3605TOPICS IN TELEVISION AND RADIO4
FITV 3624WRITING TELEVISION DRAMAS4
FITV 3626WRITING THE ORIGINAL TELEVISION PILOT4
FITV 3629AMERICAN TELEVISION HISTORY: FIRST 60 YEARS4
FITV 3637QUEER STUDIES IN FILM AND TELEVISION4
FITV 3638BRITISH CINEMA AND TELEVISION4
FITV 3639QUALITY TELEVISION/CULT TV4
FITV 3647GENDER, RACE, CLASS, AND TELEVISION4
FITV 3648TELEVISION, RACE, AND CIVIL RIGHTS4
FITV 3658ITALIAN AMERICANS ON SCREEN4
FITV 3678TELEVISION COMEDY AND AMERICAN VALUES4
FITV 3688GLOBAL TELEVISION4
FITV 4570FILMS OF MORAL STRUGGLE4
FITV 4625WRITING TELEVISION SITCOMS4
FITV 4676TELEVISION AND SOCIETY4
FITV 4999TUTORIAL1-4
HIST 1100UNDERSTANDING HISTORICAL CHANGE: AMERICAN HISTORY3
HIST 3001AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY I4
HIST 3565HISTORY OF NEW YORK4
HIST 3566WAR AND IMPERIALISM4
HIST 3635SCIENCE IN POPULAR CULTURE4
HIST 3653GENDER IN EARLY AMERICA4
HIST 3656THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION4
HIST 3657AMERICAN CONSTITUTION4
HIST 3752COMING OF THE CIVIL WAR4
HIST 3753CIVIL WAR ERA: 1861-18774
HIST 3758AMERICA AT WAR4
HIST 3773AMERICAN CAPITALISM4
HIST 3774HISTORY OF CAPITALISM IN THE U.S.4
HIST 3775THE EARLY REPUBLIC4
HIST 3780THE ERA OF THE CIVIL WAR4
HIST 3795U.S. BETWEEN WARS: 1919-19414
HIST 3806U.S. IMMIGRATION/ETHNICITY4
HIST 3807JAZZ AGE TO HARD TIMES4
HIST 3808NEW YORK CITY POLITICS4
HIST 3809JEWS IN THE MODERN WORLD4
HIST 3810JEWS IN AMERICA4
HIST 3815EAST EUROPEAN JEWISH HISTORY4
HIST 3822U.S. CULTURAL HISTORY4
HIST 3826MODERN US WOMEN'S HISTORY4
HIST 3830HISTORY OF AMERICAN WOMEN AND GENDER4
HIST 3833SCREENING AMERICA'S PAST4
HIST 3838HISTORY OF U.S. SEXUALITY4
HIST 3842THE VIETNAM WARS4
HIST 3845THE HISTORY OF U.S. FOREIGN RELATIONS, 1898 TO THE PRESENT4
HIST 3846THE HISTORY OF U.S. FOREIGN RELATIONS, 1974 TO PRESENT4
HIST 385220TH CENTURY U.S. RADICALISM4
HIST 3857AMERICA SINCE 19454
HIST 3862HISTORY OF NEW YORK CITY4
HIST 3864NEW FRONTIERS? 1960'S AMERICA4
HIST 3867UNITED STATES HISTORY THROUGH TELEVISION4
HIST 3880HISTORY OF THE COLD WAR4
HIST 3950LATINO HISTORY4
HIST 3969LATIN AMERICA AND THE U.S.4
HIST 3990NORTH AMERICAN ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY4
HIST 3991THE AMERICAN INDIAN4
HIST 3992CAPITALISM4
HIST 4005AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHY: HISTORY AND ART4
HIST 4008RACE AND GENDER IN THE OLD WEST4
HIST 4009FILM, FICTION, AND POWER IN THE AMERICAN CENTURY4
HIST 4120IMAGINING EMPIRE4
HIST 4510CONQUEST, CONVERSION, CONSCIENCE4
HIST 4715OIL AND POWER IN THE AMERICAN CENTURY4
HIST 4933SEMINAR: COLD WAR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY4
HPLC 3970LINCOLN: DEMOCRATIC VALUES4
HPRH 2052CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL AND POLITICAL THOUGHT3
IRST 3412IRISH AMERICA4
JOUR 3736RADIO NEWS TECHNIQUES4
JOUR 3760THE JOURNALIST AND THE LAW4
JOUR 3763THE MURROW YEARS: 1938-654
JOUR 3769HISTORY OF TELEVISION AND RADIO NEWS4
JOUR 4750VALUES IN THE NEWS4
JOUR 4766TELEVISION NEWS INNOVATORS4
JOUR 4767HISTORY OF WOMEN'S MAGAZINES4
LALS 2005AMERICAN PLURALISM4
LALS 3343CRIME AND MINORITY RIGHTS4
LALS 3344CRIME, LITERATURE, AND LATINOS4
MLAL 3701VILLAINS, VAMPS AND VAMPIRES: AN INTRODUCTION TO GERMAN CINEMA4
MUSC 2014JAZZ: A HISTORY IN SOUND4
MUSC 2022BROADWAY MUSICALS4
MUSC 2031ROCK AND POP MUSIC SINCE WORLD WAR II4
PHIL 3422HARRY POTTER AND PHILOSOPHY4
PHIL 3720AFRICAN AMERICAN PHILOSOPHY4
PHIL 3722NATIVE AMERICAN PHILOSOPHY4
PHIL 3990ENVIRONMENTAL WORLDVIEWS AND ETHICS4
PHIL 4302ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY & ETHICS4
PHIL 4407GENDER, POWER, AND JUSTICE4
PHIL 4416ART, MORALITY, AND POLITICS4
PHIL 4418ISSUES OF LIFE AND DEATH4
PHIL 4422HARRY POTTER AND PHILOSOPHY (ICC)4
PHIL 4470LINCOLN: DEMOCRATIC VALUES4
PHIL 4486EVIL, VICE, AND SIN4
POSC 1100INTRODUCTION TO POLITICS3
POSC 2001POLITICAL ANALYSIS4
POSC 2102INTRODUCTION TO URBAN POLITICS4
POSC 2202INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN POLITICS3
POSC 2203INTRODUCTION TO THE AMERICAN LEGAL SYSTEM4
POSC 2205THE U.S. CONGRESS4
POSC 3120NEW YORK CITY INTERNSHIP4
POSC 3121NEW YORK CITY POLITICS4
POSC 3131POLITICS, URBAN HEALTH, AND ENVIRONMENT4
POSC 3209CONSTITUTIONAL LAW4
POSC 3210CIVIL RIGHTS AND LIBERTIES4
POSC 3213INTEREST GROUP POLITICS4
POSC 3214THE U.S. CONGRESS4
POSC 3215AMERICAN POLITICAL PARTIES4
POSC 3217THE AMERICAN PRESIDENCY4
POSC 3219CONSTITUTIONAL LAW AND THE DEATH PENALITY4
POSC 3220CRIMINAL LAW AND JUSTICE IN THE U.S.4
POSC 3228CIVIL RIGHTS4
POSC 3231JUDICIAL POLITICS4
POSC 3301CAMPAIGNS AND ELECTIONS4
POSC 3307ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS4
POSC 3309GENDER IN AMERICAN POLITICS4
POSC 3310RACIAL AND ETHNIC POLITICS4
POSC 3315POLITICAL PARTICIPATION4
POSC 3321AMERICAN PUBLIC POLICY4
POSC 3404AMERICAN POLITICAL THOUGHT4
POSC 3413CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY4
POSC 3416LIBERALISM AND ITS CRITICS4
POSC 3527UNITED NATIONS PEACE OPERATIONS4
POSC 3530U.S. FOREIGN POLICY4
POSC 3614POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS4
POSC 3645POLITICS OF IMMIGRATION4
POSC 3915INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY4
POSC 4013RELIGION AND AMERICAN POLITICS4
POSC 4015AMERICAN ECONOMIC POLICYMAKING4
POSC 4020PLACE, SPACE, AND IMMIGRANT CITIES4
POSC 4025YOUTH AND POLITICS4
POSC 4210SEMINAR: STATE, FAMILY, AND SOCIETY4
POSC 4215SEMINAR: PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS4
POSC 4315SEMINAR: POLARIZATION IN AMERICAN POLITICS4
PSYC 3600MULTICULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY4
PSYC 3640CROSS-CULTURAL-PSYCHOLOGY4
PSYC 3700HUMAN SEXUALITY4
PSYC 3730MEN AND MASCULINITIES4
PSYC 4310AGING AND SOCIETY4
PSYC 4340LAW AND PSYCHOLOGY4
PSYC 4920YOUTH, VALUES, AND SOCIETY4
SOCI 1025SOCIOLOGY OF AMERICAN CULTURE3
SOCI 2410INEQUALITY: CLASS, RACE, AND ETHNICITY4
SOCI 2420SOCIAL PROBLEMS OF RACE AND ETHNICITY4
SOCI 2505RELIGION AND SOCIAL CHANGE4
SOCI 2701INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE4
SOCI 2800SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY4
SOCI 2925MEDIA, CRIME, SEX, AND VIOLENCE4
SOCI 2960POPULAR CULTURE4
SOCI 2965SCIENCE FICTION AND SOCIAL CRISIS4
SOCI 3000LATINO IMAGES IN MEDIA4
SOCI 3017INEQUALITY IN AMERICA4
SOCI 3102CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL ISSUES AND POLICIES4
SOCI 3110GLOBAL CONFLICT: WARS/RELIGION4
SOCI 3136INEQUALITY-WHY/EFFECTS4
SOCI 3255SOCIOLOGY OF MEDIA4
SOCI 3401GENDER, CRIME, AND JUSTICE4
SOCI 3405GENDER, RACE, AND CLASS4
SOCI 3406RACE/SOCIAL CONSTRUCT4
SOCI 3409RACE AND GENDER IN VISUAL CULTURE4
SOCI 3415DEVELOPMENT AND GLOBALIZATION4
SOCI 3418CONTEMPORARY IMMIGRATION IN GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE4
SOCI 3426RACE, RACISM, AND WHITENESS4
SOCI 3456MODERN AMERICAN SOCIAL MOVEMENTS4
SOCI 3500CONTEMPORARY FAMILY ISSUES4
SOCI 3502WORK, INEQUALITY, AND SOCIETY IN 21ST CENTURY AMERICA4
SOCI 3503WORK, FAMILY, AND GENDER4
SOCI 3506DIVERSITY IN AMERICAN FAMILIES4
SOCI 3507QUEER THEORY4
SOCI 3601URBAN POVERTY4
SOCI 3602URBAN SOCIOLOGY4
SOCI 3603URBAN AMERICA4
SOCI 3708LAW AND SOCIETY4
SOCI 3710VIOLENCE AND POLITICS4
SOCI 3711AMERICAN CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEMS4
SOCI 3713CRIMINOLOGY4
SOCI 3714TERRORISM AND SOCIETY4
SOCI 3720MASS INCARCERATION4
SOCI 4004Art Worlds: Anthropology and Sociology Perspectives4
SOCI 4105RELIGION, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY4
SOCI 4400GENDER, BODIES, AND SEXUALITY4
SOCI 4421DISABILITY, LITERATURE, CULTURE: NEUROLOGICAL, MENTAL, AND COGNITIVE DIFFERENCE IN CULTURE & CONTEXT4
SOCI 4902INTERNSHIP SEMINAR: COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS4
SOCI 4961URBAN ISSUES AND POLICIES4
SOCI 4970COMMUNITY SERVICE/SOCIAL ACTION4
SOCI 4971DILEMMAS OF THE MODERN SELF4
SOCI 5705RACE, GENDER, AND CRIME3-4
SPAN 2640SPANISH AND NEW YORK CITY4
SPAN 3002LATIN AMERICA: LITERATURE AND CULTURE SURVEY4
SPAN 3582NEW YORK IN LATINO LITERATURE AND FILM4
SPAN 3701SPANISH-AMERICAN WOMEN WRITERS4
SPAN 3820CARIBBEAN LITERATURE4
SYMP 0010WEST WING ILC1
THEA 4045YOUNG, GIFTED, AND BLACK4
THEO 3375American Religious Texts and Traditions3
THEO 3874RELIGION IN AMERICA4
THEO 3876MUSLIMS IN AMERICA4
THEO 3954APOCALYPTIC THEMES IN FILM3
THEO 3960RELIGION AND RACE IN AMERICA4
THEO 3993WARTIME RELIGION IN U.S. HISTORY4
THEO 3995RELIGION AND THE AMERICAN SELF4
THEO 4008RELIGION AND ECOLOGY4
THEO 4013RELIGION AND AMERICAN POLITICS4
THEO 4025FUTURE OF MARRIAGE 21ST CENTURY4
THEO 4411RELIGION, THEOLOGY, AND NEW MEDIA4
THEO 4600RELIGION AND PUBLIC LIFE4
VART 2003GRAPHIC DESIGN & DIGITAL TOOLS4
VART 2055ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN4
WGSS 3000GENDER AND SEXUALITY STUDIES4
WGSS 3001QUEER THEORIES4
WGSS 3002FEMINIST AND WOMEN'S STUDIES4
WGSS 3341RACE, SEX, AND SCIENCE4
WGSS 3503WORK, FAMILY, AND GENDER4
WGSS 3826MODERN US WOMEN'S HISTORY4
WGSS 3931INTRODUCTION TO GAY AND LESBIAN LITERATURE4
WGSS 4105RELIGION, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY4
WGSS 4400GENDER, BODIES, SEXUALITY4