Jun 22, 2024  
2024-2025 Undergraduate Catalog 
2024-2025 Undergraduate Catalog

ILCS 33100 - Comparative International Culture

The term “culture” elicits inquiry on shared thoughts and practices of people around the world. The term invites exploration of cultural practice that involves differences, similarities, and what yields harmony and conflict. 

The course brings together faculty members from across the university, mainly in the humanities and social sciences.  They will present case study material and explicitly draw on their disciplines and areas of expertise.  Students will explore diverse ways to approach the subject of culture and appreciate the importance of the cultural paradigm applied to manifestations of culture (art, literature, movies, religion, education, habits, or countless other activities in today’s world).

Preparation for Course
P:  ENGL 13100 (or equivalent).

Cr. 3.