International Cultures (IC)

International Cultures designates a body of courses offered by the Department of Classical and Modern Languages and Cultures.

These courses are aimed at providing a cross-cultural approach to understanding today’s multicultural world. They involve art, film, popular culture, historical perspectives, and literature. Most courses fulfill requirements in the Integrative Core Curriculum.

Note: All International Cultures courses are taught in English.

The courses listed below are chronologically arranged according to cultural areas (e.g., courses on East Asia are numbered 120-129, 220-229, 320-329). For courses in classical cultures and languages (CL), see Classics.

Generic: 100-109, 201-209, 301-309, 401-409

African: 110-119, 210-219, 310-319

East Asian: 120-129, 220-229, 320-329

Eastern European: 130-139, 230-239, 330-339

Francophone: 140-149, 240-249, 340-349

Germanic: 150-159, 250-259, 350-359

Italian: 160-169, 260-269, 360-369

Spanish-speaking: 170-179, 270-279, 370-379