Courses approved for Critical Theory minor

Pre-approved courses for Critical Theory minor, 2016-2017 Academic Year:

Fall 2016:

  • AF_AM_ST 363: Racism in Western Modernity | Hesse
  • ART_HIST 375: Media Theory | Hodge
  • ART_HIST 390: New Media Art | Hodge
  • COMM 317: Voice, Violence, and Democracy | Gaonkar
  • COMP_LIT 202/GERMAN 236: Interpreting Culture: Kafka & Nietzsche | Fenves
  • PHIL 313: Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason | Zuckert
  • POLI_SCI 201: Intro to Political Theory | El Amine
  • POLI_SCI 390: Gender, Social Movements, Political Participation & Policy | Orloff
  • POLI_SCI 395: Political Theory and Rule of Law | Stevens
  • REL 359: Islam, Gender, and Sexuality | Mouftah
  • SPANPORT 204: Reading and Writing the Art of Protest | Bouras

Winter 2017:

  • COMP_LIT 207/PHIL 220: Intro to Critical Theory | Alznauer
  • GERMAN 224: Contemporary Germany: Political Extremism | Behrs
  • PHIL 315: Studies in French Philosophy | Deutscher
  • PHIL 361: German Aesthetics: Schiller and Hegel | Alznauer
  • POLI_SCI 201: Intro to Political Theory | Stevens
  • POLI_SCI 211: Intro to Interpretive Methods of Political Science | Loriaux
  • REL 379: Religion and Colonialism | Molina

Spring 2017:

  • AF_AM_ST 339: Unsettling Whiteness | Hesse
  • ART_HIST 390: Undergrad Seminar: Art, Ecology, and Politics | Zorach
  • COMP_LIT 304: Postcolonial Sexualities | Mwangi
  • ENG 214: Intro to Literature & Film | Davis
  • GERMAN 322: German Contribution to World Literature | Weber
  • PHIL 230: Gender, Politics, and Philosophy | Deutscher
  • PHIL 267: Philosophy, Race & Racism | Jeffers
  • POLI_SCI 395: Democracy, Autocracy, and Disorder: The New Global Era | Joseph
  • REL 339: Gender and Judiasm | Sufrin

Pre-approved courses for Critical Theory minor, 2015-2016 Academic Year:

Fall 2015:

  • ART 372: Worlding With Artists | Christov-Bakargiev
  • COMM_ST 317: Voice Violence and Democracy | Gaonkar
  • COMM_ST 335: Philosophy of Lang. & Comm. | Mastronardi
  • CLS 303/GER 246: Comedy | Weitzman
  • CLS 390/GER 369: Thrillers, Graphic Novels & More | Abani
  • FRENCH 396: Contemporary Thought in the French Speaking World | Durham
  • GER 321-2: World War I in German Lit., Art and Media | Behrs
  • ITALIAN 351: Italian Film & Trans. Cinema: Rossellini/ Godard | Torlasco
  • GENDER_ST 374: Imag. the Internet | Enteen
  • GENDER_ST 381: Queer Theory | Enteen
  • POLI SCI 307: Deportation Law & Politics | Stevens
  • POLI SCI 302: Early Modern Political Thought | Farr

Winter 2016:

  • COMM_ST 323: New Media as Popular Culture | Mastronardi
  • COMM_ST 392: Global Culture & Comm. | Gaonkar
  • CLS 383/ASIAN_LC 390-22: Asia as Fetish & Method | Leong
  • ENG 368: Resisting Interpretation | Gottlieb
  • ENG 385: Critical Internet Studies | Hodge
  • ITALIAN 377: Gender & Sexuality in 20th-Century Italian Culture | Torlasco
  • GENDER_ST 397: Feminist Theory | Dietz
  • PHIL 361: Marx & Marxism | Mills
  • PHIL 390: Philosophy of History | Zuckert
  • POLI SCI 390: Interpretation, Genealogy & Deconstruction | Loriaux
  • POLI SCI 395: The Rule of Law | Stevens
  • REL 376: Christianity & the Making of Modernity | Helmer
  • SOC 306: Sociology Theory | Espeland
  • SPAN 341/CLS 303: Modernismo | Uslenghi

Spring 2016:

  • AF_AM 339: Unsettling Whiteness | Hesse
  • AF_AM 375: Postcolonial African American Studies | Hesse
  • COMM_ST 395: Power in Entertainment | Christian
  • CLS 383/GER246: Special Topics in German Lit. & Culture | Rheinberger
  • CLS375/ASIAN_LC 290: Cyber Japan | Noonan
  • CLS 390/FRENCH 379: The Invention of Modernity (19th Century)
  • ENG 385: Manga & The Graphic Novel| Leong
  • ENG 355: Postcolonial Sexualities | Mwangi
  • GENDER_ST 381: Queer Theory | Enteen
  • POL SCI 303: Modernity & Its Discontents | Dietz
  • REL 339-21: The Talmud: A Methodological Intro | Wimpfheimer
  • SOC 306: Sociology Theory | Camic