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International Year of Cuba Academic Courses


Academic courses featuring Cuban material enable students to further engage the IYO country through the lens of specific disciplines. The following coures will integrate Cuban content in the curriculum through lectures, projects, readings, and experiential learning during the 2018-19 academic year.

For faculty interested in resources to aid in incorporating Cuban content into their curriculum, click here for teaching and learning materials.

*Courses marked with an asterisk fulfill a Colonnade Program course requirement.

Spring 2019

Department Course number Course title Faculty member
Art ART 310 Art for Elementary Programs Miwon Choe
Art ART 413 Foundations and methods of Art Education III Miwon Choe
Art ART 496 Topical Studio in Art Education Miwon Choe
English ENG 403 Writing Memoir and Autobiography  Dale Rigby
Folks Studies and Anthropology ANTH 120 Intro to Cultural Anthopology*  Kate Hudepohl
Folks Studies and Anthropology ANT/FLK 342 Peoples and Cultures of the Caribbean Kate Hudepohl
Geography and Geology GEOG 425 Political Geography David Keeling
Geography and Geology GEOG 110 World Regional Geography* David Keeling
Geography and Geology GEOG 225 Visualizing Geography* David Keeling
History HIST 102 World History* History Faculty
History HIST 365 Modern Latin America Marc Eagle
Kinesiology, Recreation, and Sport SPM 200 Introduction to Sport Management Paula Upright/GA
Kinesiology, Recreation, and Sport SPM 454 Sport Governance Lauren McCoy
Kinesiology, Recreation, and Sport REC 200 Recreation in Society Eric Knackmuhs
Management ENT 312 Basic Entrepreneurship* Whitney Peake
Management ENT 496 Small Business Analysis and Strategy  Whitney Peake
Modern Languages SPAN 201 Intermediate Spanish I* Francesca Sunkin
Modern Languages SPAN 102 Elementary Spanish II* Francesca Sunkin
Music MUS 277 World Music* John Thomerson
Paralegal Studies PLS 400 Special Topics: Cuban Law and Society Julie Shadoan
Sociology SOCL 100 Introductory Sociology* Jim Kanan
Sociology CRIM 434 Organized Crime Jim Kanan
Theatre and Dance DANC 411 Ballet V Anna Patsfall
Theatre and Dance DANC 311 Ballet III/IV Anna Patsfall

 

Fall 2018

Department Course number Course title Faculty member
Applied Human Sciences HMD 471 Food Service Operations Julie Lee
Art ART 411 Foundations and methods of Art Education III Miwon Choe
Art ART 432 Art Education Portfolio Miwon Choe
Art ART 399 Career/Professional Experience Miwon Choe
Art ART 310 Art for Elementary Programs Miwon Choe
English ENG 200 Introduction to Literature* Walker Rutledge
English ENG 398 Hon. Hemingway and Faulkner Walker Rutledge
Folk Studies and Anthropology ANTH 343 Anthropology of Gender Kate Hudepohl
Folks Studies and Anthropology ANTH 360  Applied Anthropology*  Kate Hudepohl
Folks Studies and Anthropology ANTH 120 Intro to Cultural Anthopology*  Kate Hudepohl
History HIST 615 Seminar: Latin America - U.S. Relations Marc Eagle
History HIST 200 Latin America Past and Present* Marc Eagle
History HIST 102 World History* History Faculty
Kinesiology, Recreation, and Sport SPM 310 Sport Ethics and Morals Paula Upright
Kinesiology, Recreation, and Sport SPM 200 Introduction to Sport Management Paula Upright/GA
Kinesiology, Recreation, and Sport SPM 454 Sport Governance Lauren McCoy
Modern Languages SPAN 455 Special Topics: Translate & Interpreting Melissa Stewart
Modern Languages SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish I Francesca Sunkin
Modern Languages SPAN 102 Elementary Spanish II* Francesca Sunkin
Paralegal Studies MGMT 200 Legal Environment of Business Julie Shadoan
Paralegal Studies RE 273 Real Estate Law  Julie Shadoan
School of Teacher Education LTCY 320 Foundation Elementary Literacy  Nancy Hulan
School of Teacher Education LTCY 420 Literacy Elementary Grades Nancy Hulan
School of Teacher Education EDU 507 Geography for Teachers Kay Gandy
Sociology SOCL 100 Introductory Sociology* Jim Kanan
Theatre and Dance DANC 411 Ballet V Anna Patsfall
Theatre and Dance DANC 311 Ballet III/IV Anna Patsfall

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