​Course Number ​Title ​GE
HUMN100 Approaches to the Humanities Y
This is an interdisciplinary course designed to urge first-year students to explore ideas and intellectual approaches characteristic of the humanities. Each offering of the course will be organized so as to focus student thought and discussion on a specific topic or issue important within the humanities.
HUMN188 First-Year Exp: Humanities Y
This course is designed to urge first-year students to explore selected topics within the humanities. The content of the course will vary and will be determined by timely issues and developments within the field and by the special interests of students and faculty.
HUMN380 Global Perspective on Gender Y
In this course, a sampling of cultures from around the globe will be investigated and compared. Issues may include the international sexual division of labor, gendered features of class systems, body rituals marking masculinity and femininity, and resistance to gender formations beyond Euro-American borders. Rather than assuming that Western patterns of domination and gendering are universal, this course takes a look at how the lives of men and women both together and separate are formed in other parts of the globe.