Diplomacy and the Arts, Applied Diplomacy (BA)

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Course Title Quarter Hours
Choose six from the following, at least three must be taken at the 300-level:24
HARLEM RENAISSANCE AND NEGRITUDE
AFRICAN WOMEN WRITERS
JAZZ AND THE DIASPORIC IMAGINATION
RADICAL AESTHETICS OF HIP HOP
THE LITERATURE OF IDENTITY
THE BLACK ARTS MOVEMENT
DIGITAL FOUNDATIONS
CREATING ART
TWO-DIMENSIONAL FOUNDATIONS
BEGINNING DRAWING
THREE DIMENSIONAL FOUNDATIONS
ART & ARTISTS IN CONTEMPORARY CULTURE
THINKING PHOTOGRAPHY
BEGINNING DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
VIDEO ART
MURAL PAINTING
URBAN/CITY DESIGN
INTRODUCTION TO AFRICAN ART
INTRODUCTION TO ASIAN ART
INTRODUCTION TO EUROPEAN ART
INTRODUCTION TO ARTS OF THE AMERICAS
SPECIAL TOPICS ON THE ART INSTITUTE
POST-COLONIAL AFRICAN ART
BUDDHIST ART
MODERN LATIN AMERICAN ART
MEXICAN ART
MODERN ARCHITECTURE
MUSEUM PROFESSION AND PRACTICE: CHICAGO MUSEUMS AS CASE STUDY
SPECIAL TOPICS IN HISTORY OF ART & ARCHITECTURE
ART SINCE 1975
TOPICS ON WOMEN AND ART
THE EVOLVING MUSEUM: HISTORIES AND CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES
MUSEUM STUDIES INTERNSHIP
VOICES OF WAR AND PEACE: ART, LITERATURE AND FILM
PICTURES OF INJUSTICE: NARRATIVE ARTS IN SOCIAL JUSTICE MOVEMENTS
ARCHEOLOGY OF POWER: TESTIMONIES FROM FILM, LITERATURE, AND NARRATIVES
TRAUMA, ART & RESILIENCE
RELIGION AND THE ARTS
READING BETWEEN THE GROOVES: THE RHETORICAL POWER OF POPULAR MUSIC
SOCIAL MOVEMENT, SOCIAL MEDIA, AND AMERICAN IDENTITIES
VISUAL RHETORIC
MENTORING YOUTH IN COMMUNITY WRITING GROUPS
FIELDWORK IN ARTS WRITING
WRITING AND SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT