Languages and Cultures (LNC)
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- SD - Science Distributive Requirement
- BSD - Behavioral and Social Science Distributive Requirement
- HD - Humanities Distributive Requirement
- AD - Arts Distributive Requirement
- EC - English Composition Requirement
- PS - Public Speaking Requirement
- I - Interdisciplinary Requirement
- J - Diverse Communities Requirement
- W - Writing Emphasis Requirement
- F - Foreign Languages Culture Cluster
- AR - Arabic Culture Cluster
- ASL - American Sign Language Culture Cluster
- CC - Classical Civilizations Culture Cluster
- FA - French & Francophone Area Culture Cluster
- GER - German Culture Cluster
- IT - Italian Culture Cluster
- REE - Russian & Eastern European Culture Cluster
- SP - Spanish Culture Cluster
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LNC 368. Comparative Cultural Studies. 3 Credits.
This course examines the dynamic processes by which our direct interaction with local and non-local cultural products (language modality, textual interpretation, performative modes and other representational systems) influences how we as participants see and understand diversity and our role in it. Taught in English.
Typically offered in Fall.