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Cultural Studies: courses of interest in other departments 2013/2014

This list comprises 2013-14 courses in other departments that might be accepted by your advisor for credit towards you Cultural Studies program.

This list applies only to these courses as they are offered in 2013-14. Do not take these courses in a different year and assume that they will count towards your Cultural Studies program; check the list for the year in which you took the course.

There might be other courses in the Faculty of Arts for which you could receive Cultural Studies program credit. If you feel you have identified a course with a strong cultural-studies methodology and/or list of readings and screenings, you must show your advisor the course syllabus in advance and, if he or she agrees, get the advisor’s initialled approval of the course on your program Audit Sheet.

Courses are listed first by Cultural Studies program requirements they fulfil and thereafter in alphabetical order by department.

Online Faculty of Arts course catalogue for 2013-14 can be found here: http://www.mcgill.ca/study/2013-2014/faculties/arts/undergraduate/courses

LISTING BY CULTURAL STUDIES PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS: 


Courses in Cultural Studies with a Canadian Component

  • CANS 301 Aboriginal Art and Culture (Fall)
  • CANS 310 Canadian Cultures: Context and Issues (Winter)
  • CANS 402 Museums and Material Culture in Canada (Fall)
  • CANS 501 Interdisciplinary and Canadian Studies: The Canadian North – Then and Now (Fall)
  • FREN 315 Cinéma québécois (Fall)

Courses in Cultural Studies with an Historical Dimension

  • CANS 501 Interdisciplinary and Canadian Studies: The Canadian North – Then and Now (Fall)
  • EAST 454 Chinese Cinema (Winter)
  • EAST 467 Japanese Cinema (Fall)
  • FREN 315 Cinéma québécois (In French) (Fall)
  • GERM 361 German Literature from 1918 to 1945 – focus on Weimar visual culture (Fall)
  • ITAL 375 Cinema and Society in Modern Italy (Winter)
  • JWST 309 Jews in Film (Winter)
  • LLCU 250 History and Future of the Book (Winter)
  • MUAR 392 Popular Music after 1945 (Winter)

Cultural Studies 400-level Courses with a Theoretical Component

  • ANTH 408 Sensory Ethnography (Fall)
  • ARTH 420 Selected Topics in Art & Architecture 1: New Materialist Approaches to Spectatorship and Contemporary Spatial Arts (Fall)
  • ARTH 440 The Body and Visual Culture (Winter)
  • CANS 402 Museums and Material Culture in Canada (Fall)
  • PHIL 436 Aesthetics 2 (Winter)
  • WMST 402 Women’s Studies Special Topics 2: Feminist Media Production (Winter)

All Accepted Cultural Studies Courses in Other Departments in Alphabetical Order:


Anthropology

  • ANTH 355 Theories of Culture and Society (Winter)
  • ANTH 382 Anthropolgy, Pain and the Image (Winter)
  • ANTH 408 Sensory Ethnography (Fall)

Art History

  • ARTH 420 Selected Topics in Art & Architecture 1: New Materialist Approaches to Spectatorship and Contemporary Spatial Arts (Fall)
  • ARTH 440 The Body and Visual Culture (Winter)

Canadian Studies

  • CANS 301 Aboriginal Art and Culture (Fall)
  • CANS 310 Canadian Cultures: Context and Issues (Winter)
  • CANS 402 Museums and Material Culture in Canada (Fall)
  • CANS 501 Interdisciplinary and Canadian Studies: The Canadian North – Then and Now (Fall)

Communication Studies

  • COMS 340 New Media (Fall)
  • COMS 491 Queer Theory and Visual Culture (Winter)
  • COMS 541 Global Sexualities (Fall)

East Asian Studies

  • EAST 353 Approaches to Chinese Cinema (Fall)
  • EAST 454 Chinese Cinema (Winter)
  • EAST 467 Japanese Cinema (Fall)

French Language and Literature

  • FREN 315 Cinéma québécois (in French) (Fall)

 Geography

  • GEOG 507 Sex, Race, and Space (Fall) 

German Studies

  • GERM 361 German Literature from 1918 to 1945 – focus on Weimar visual culture (Fall)
  • GERM 382 Faust: Chapbook to Horror Film (Winter)

Hispanic Studies

  • HISP 340 Spanish-American Cinema: Women Filmmakers of Latin America (Fall)

Italian Studies

  • ITAL 375 Cinema and Society in Modern Italy (Winter)

Jewish Studies

  • JWST 309 Jews in Film (Winter)

Language, Literatures and Cultures

  • LLCU 200 Topics in Film: Introduction to European Cinema (Fall)
  • LLCU 250 History and Future of the Book (Winter)

Linguistics

  • LING 200 Introduction to the Study of Language (Fall)
  • LING 201 Introduction to Linguistics (Fall)
  • LING 320 Sociolinguistics 1 (Winter)

Music

  • MUAR 392 Popular Music after 1945 (Winter)

Philosophy

  • PHIL 242 Introduction to Feminist Theory (Fall)
  • PHIL 336 Aesthetics (Fall)
  • PHIL 436 Aesthetics 2 (Winter)

Russian Studies

  • RUSS 217 Russia’s Eternal Questions (Fall)

Sociology

  • SOC 318 Television and Society (Fall)

Women’s Studies

  • WMST 200 Introduction to Women’s Studies (Fall)
  • WMST 402 Women’s Studies Special Topics 2: Feminist Media Production (Winter)

Drama and Theatre: courses of interest in other departments 2013/2014

This list comprises 2013-14 courses in other departments that might be accepted by your advisor for credit towards you Drama and Theatre program.

This list applies only to these courses as they are offered in 2013-14. Do not take these courses in a different year and assume that they will count towards your Drama and Theatre program; check the list for the year in which you took the course.

There might be other courses in the Faculty of Arts for which you could receive Drama and Theatre program credit. If you feel you have identified a course with a strong Drama and Theatre methodology and/or list of readings, you must show your advisor the course syllabus in advance and, if he or she agrees, get the advisor’s initialled approval of the course on your program Audit Sheet.

Courses are listed first by Drama and Theatre program requirements they fulfil and thereafter in alphabetical order by department.

Online Faculty of Arts course catalogue for 2012-13 can be found here: http://www.mcgill.ca/study/2013-2014/faculties/arts/undergraduate/courses


LISTING BY DRAMA AND THEATRE PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS:


Courses in a Major Figure in Drama and Theatre

  • GERM 359 Bertolt Brecht (Winter)
  • ITAL 464 Machiavelli (Winter)
  • PLAI 500 Playing Shakespeare: Theory and Practice of Theatrical-Musical Transformation (Winter)

Courses in Drama and Theatre with a Canadian Component:

None offered this year; choose from Department of English course list.

Courses in Theatre History:

None offered this year; choose from Department of English course list. 

Courses in Drama and Theatre with an Historical Dimension

  • GERM 382 Faust: Chapbook to Horror Film (Winter)
  • RUSS 385 Russian drama (Winter)
  • EAST 456 Chinese Drama and Popular Culture (Fall)

Courses in Drama and Theatre before 1900

  • CLAS 307 Ancient Comedy (Fall)
  • ITAL 464 Machiavelli (Winter)

400-level Drama and Theatre courses with Theoretical Component

None offered this year; choose from Department of English course list. 


All Accepted Drama and Theatre Courses in Other Departments in Alphabetical Order:


Classics

  • CLAS 307 Ancient Comedy (Fall) 

East Asian Studies

  • EAST 456 Chinese Drama and Popular Culture (Fall)

German Studies

  • GERM 359 Bertolt Brecht (Winter)
  • GERM 382 Faust: Chapbook to Horror Film (Winter)

Hispanic Studies

  • HISP 324 20th-Century Drama: Satirical Drama and Theatre of Social Protest (taught in Spanish) (Fall)

Italian Studies

  • ITAL 464 Machiavelli (Winter)

Institute for the Public Life of Art and Ideas

  • PLAI 500 Playing Shakespeare: Theory and Practice of Theatrical-Musical Transformation (Winter)

Philosophy

  • PHIL 242 Introduction to Feminist Theory (Fall)
  • PHIL 336 Aesthetics (Fall)
  • PHIL 436 Aesthetics 2 (Winter)

Russian Studies

  • RUSS 385 Russian Drama from Pushkin to Chekhov (Winter)

Literature: courses of interest in other departments 2013/2014

  • HISP 301 Hispanic Literature in Translation: Don Quixote (Winter)
  • ITAL 355 Dante and the Middle Ages (Fall)
  • JWST 386 American Jewish Literature (Winter)
  • JWST 387 Modern Jewish Authors (Fall)
  • RUSS 454 Narratives of Desire (Winter)