Interdisciplinary Eligible

Courses Eligible for Interdisciplinary Programs

Fall 2015

Asian Studies- ASIA
CHIN 003B. Second-year Mandarin Chinese
CHIN 011. Third-year Chinese
CHIN 011A. Third-year Chinese Conversation
CHIN 020. Readings in Modern Chinese
CHIN 023. Modern Chinese Literature
CHIN 091. Special Topics: Literature/Culture in Translation
DANC 049. Dance Performance: Taiko Repertory
ECON 051. The International Economy *
ECON 151. International Economics *
HIST 145. Women and Gender in Chinese History
JPNS 003. Second-year Japanese
JPNS 012. Third-year Japanese
JPNS 021. Modern Japanese Literature
LITR 023CH. Modern Chinese Literature
LITR 091CH. Special Topics: Literature/Culture in Translation
MUSI 049. Performance: Balinese Gamelan
POLS 058. Contemporary Chinese Politics
POLS 108. Comparative Politics: East Asia
RELG 013. History, Religion and Culture of India II
RELG 103. Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, and Dalit in North India
RELG 108. Poets, Saints and Storytellers

Black Studies- BLST
ANTH 003G. FYS: Development and its Discontents
BLST 015. Introduction to Black Studies
BLST 091. Thesis
BLST 093. Directed Reading
BLST 180. Honors Thesis
DANC 043. African Dance I
DANC 053. African Dance II
DANC 078. Dance/Drum Ensemble
EDUC 167. Identities and Education Seminar
ENGL 064. The New Negro Versus Jim Crow
ENGL 119. Black Cultural Studies Seminar
FMST 059. Re-envisioning Diasporas
FREN 111. Representations Coloniales
HIST 090H. Africans Explore/Africa Explored
MUSI 078. Repertory Dance/Drum Ensemble
RELG 024. From Vodun to Voodoo
SOCI 048I. Race and Place

Cognitive Science- COGS
BIOL 123. Learning and Memory
COGS 001. Introduction to Cognitive Science
CPSC 081. Adaptive Robotics
CPSC 082. Mobile Robotics
LING 040. Semantics
LING 045. Phonetics and Phonology
LING 050. Syntax
MATH 029. Discrete Mathematics
MATH 034. Several Variable Calculus
MATH 059. Topics in Discrete Mathematics
MATH 063. Real Analysis I
MATH 067. Modern Algebra I
MATH 075. Topics in Advanced Geometry
MATH 102. Modern Algebra II
MATH 103. Complex Analysis
PHIL 012. Logic
PHIL 116. Language and Meaning
PSYC 031A. Social and Affective Neuroscience
PSYC 034. Psychology of Language
PSYC 039. Developmental Psychology
STAT 011. Statistical Methods
STAT 031. Data Analysis and Visualization
STAT 061S. Mathematical Statistics I

Environmental Studies- ENVS
BIOL 026. Invertebrate Biology
BIOL 034. Evolution
BIOL 037. Conservation Biology
BIOL 137. Biodiversity
ECON 032. Operations Research
ECON 076. Environmental Economics
ENGR 003. Problems in Technology
ENGR 035. Solar Energy Systems
ENGR 057. Operations Research
ENVS 004. Sustainable Community Action
ENVS 070. Introduction to GIS
HIST 033. Environmental History of the Soviet Union
MATH 056. Modeling
POLS 043B. Environmental Justice: Theory & Action
POLS 048. Politics of Population

Gender and Sexuality Studies- GSST
EDUC 061. Gender and Education
ENGL 033. The Romantic Sublime
ENGL 035CC. Rise of the Novel
FMST 045. Feminist Film and Media Studies
FMST 059. Re-envisioning Diasporas
FREN 109. Queering North African Subjectivities
GSST 001. Introduction to Gender & Sexuality Studies
GSST 020. Theory/Methodology: Feminist Film & Media Studies
HIST 145. Women and Gender in Chinese History
LITR 017R. Love and Sex in Russian Literature
LITR 074S. Queer Issues in Latin American Lit. & Culture
POLS 046. Lesbians and Gays in American Politics
RELG 053. Gender & Sexuality in the Body in Islam
SPAN 074. Queer Issues in Latin American Literature & Culture

Interpretation Theory- INTP
RUSS 017. Love and Sex in Russian Literature
ARTH 164. Modernism in Paris and New York
CLST 036. Classical Mythology
ENGL 035CC. Rise of the Novel
FMST 045. Feminist Film and Media Studies
PHIL 069. Phenomenology
POLS 011. Ancient Political Theory
POLS 100. Ancient Political Theory: Plato-Hobbes
RELG 006B. The Talmud
SOCI 044F. Colloquium: Modern Social Theory

Islamic Studies- ISLM
ARAB 011  Advanced Arabic I
ARAB 011A  Arabic Conversation
ARAB 021  Introduction to Modern Arab Literature
ARAB 030  Literature of Resistance
FREN 109  Queering North African Subjectivities
HIST 006A  Formation of the Islamic Near East
HIST 111   Christians, Muslims, and Jews in the Medieval Mediterranean
ISLM 180   Honors Thesis
LITR 030A  Literature of Resistance
RELG 011B The Religion of Islam: The Islamic Humanities (W
RELG 013 History, Religion & Culture of India II
RELG 053 Gender, Sexuality, and the Body in Islamic Discourses

Latin American and Latino Studies- LALS
ARTH 023. Art of the Ancient Americas
ARTH 054. Survey of Latin American Arts
LALS 010. (B)orders and (Dis)orders: (Im)migration & Imagined Communities
LALS 030. Drugs, Gangs, and U.S. Imperialism
LITR 015S. Introduction to Latino/a Literature [W]
LITR 074S. Queer Issues in Latin American Literature & Cinema
POLS 109. Latin American Politics
SPAN 010. En busca de Latinoamerica
SPAN 074. Queer Issues in Latin American Literature & Cinema
SPAN 082. Mexico lindoy maldito
Medieval Studies- MDST
HIST 002A. Medieval Europe
HIST 006A. The Formation of the Islamic Near East
HIST 111 Muslims, Christians, and jews in the Medieval Mediterranean
HIST 006A. The Formation of the Islamic Near East
MUSI 047. Fetter Chamber Music Program (in which one can focus on medieval repertory)
RELG 053. Gender, Sexuality and the Body in Islam
RELG 108. Poets, Saints, and Storytellers: The Poetry and Poetics of Devotion in South Asian Religions

Peace and Conflict Studies- PEAC
ANTH 003G. Development and Its Discontents
ARAB 030. Literature of Resistance
ECON 051. The International Economy *
ECON 151. International Economics *
ENGL 009J. Revolution and Revolt
PEAC 015. Intro to Peace and Conflict Studies
PEAC 039. Social Entrepreneurship for Social Change
PEAC 053. Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
PEAC 071B. Strategy-Non-Violent Struggle
PHIL 021. Social and Political Philosophy *
POLS 004. International Politics
POLS 019. Democratic Theory and Practice
POLS 052. International Conflict Resolution: Prospects and Pitfalls
POLS 079B. Revolutions
POLS 081. Strategy-Non-Violent Struggle
POLS 112. Democratic Theory and Civic Engagement
POLS 113. International Politics: War, Peace, Security
SOAN 071B. Strategy-Non-Violent Struggle

* Prior approval required. Papers/projects must focus on program. Course approval form located at: http://www.swarthmore.edu/sites/default/files/assets/documents/peace-con... Approval Form.pdf