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Attributes Specific to Faculty: These faculty members went through the MCTRI. These faculty members transformed THEIR section of the course. These courses will have the MULT, MULP, or both labeled as attributes.

Attributes at the Course Level: The Chair of the Department and the Director for Diversity and Gender Studies met and reviewed this list. The CDGS Director suggested these courses should have the MULT attribute. It includes all courses that were deemed multicultural at the catalog level. Any time one of these courses are taught it receives the MULT attribute for all sections, regardless of who teaches it. 

 

On all lists there will be a designation of MULT, MULP, or both. The designation will be placed after the course name. MULT stands for the course having Multicultural Content. MULP stands for the course having a Multicultural Perspective. 

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  • HON 1390C Greek Civilization: The Trojan War and Western Imagination (MULT)

    HON 1390D Ideal Societies I: The Greek Experience (MULT)

    HON 2305A African American Popular Culture: Society, Politics, and Culture (MULT)

    HON 2305B Women and Texas Music (MULT)

    HON 2305C Italy and Arts of the Islamic World (MULT)

    HON 2306C America in the 1960s: A History of Movements and Ideas (MULT)

    HON 2309D Magic Realism in the Works of Gabriel Garcia Marquez (MULT)

    HON 2309M From Jay-Z to Kendrick Lamar: Politics, Power, and Identity in Hip Hop Culture (MULT)

    HON 2309N Don Quixote and the Birth of the Modern Novel (MULT)

    HON 2390K An Introduction to Arab Culture (MULT)

    HON 2390L An Introduction to Islam (MULT)

    HON 3390T Federico Garcia Lorca: Politics and Passion (MULT)

    HON 3390X Investigating European Film: From Cultural Politics to Strategies of Desire (MULT)

    HON 3390Y Theory of Language: Language, Mind and the making of Reality (MULT)

    HON 3391W Service Learning: A Study Abroad Course (MULT)

    HON 3392P The Nature of the Human Experience: Technology and Gender in  Film (MULT)

    HON 3392R Teaching Children to Write Poetry (MULT)

    HOM 3392T The Nature of the Human Experience: Integrate Marketing                                  Experience (MULT)

    HON 3393Y Ethics of Care- East and West (MULT)

    HON 3394C Japanese Urban Experience (MULT)

    HON 3394G Jazz: Cultural Diversity, Psychological, and Zeitgeists (MULT)

    HON 3398H Chinese Politics and Society through Literature and Film (MULT)

    HON 3394I East Asian Tourism Today: Invention, Culture, and Heritage (MULT)

    HON 3394J Disturbing the Peace: The Politics of Language & Power in Hip-Hop Culture (MULT)

    HON 3394V Universal Human Rights: A Global Perspective (MULT)

    HON 3394X Magic Realism in the Works of Gabriel Garcia Marquez (MULT)

    HON 3394Z The Black Image in Postwar America (MULT)

    HON 3395R Hip Hop Culture and Positive Youth Development (MULT)

    HON 3395V Introduction to LGBT Studies: An Interdisciplinary Approach (MULT)

    HON 3395Y Juke, Twang, and Shout: Popular Music and Race in the South (MULT)

    HON3396K Hispanic Americans: Finding Their Identities and Their Voices (MULT)

    HON 3396U From White Slavery to Sex Trafficking (MULT)

    HON 3397C Geography of Africa (MULT)

    HON 3397E Literary Barcelona (MULT)

    HON 3397H International Culture Course: The Cultural Characteristics and Diversity of People Outside the US (MULT)

    HON 3397I A Cultural History of Mexico in the 20th Century (MULT)

    HON 3397Q Women and Texas Music (MULT)

    HON 3397X Nueva York: Hispanic and Latino Literature and Art in New York (MULT)

    HON 3398A Italy and Arts of the Islamic World (MULT)

    HON 3398B Modern Tibet: Politics, and Identity, and Representation (MULT)

    HON 3398J The Body and Literature (MULT)

    HON 3398Q Life Online: Epistemology, Ethics, and Culture on the Internet (MULT)

    HON 3398R Culture, Medicine, and the Body (MULT)