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Visual Literacy Course List

The following list of courses addresses an area in the English Language Arts teaching endorsement. Students are specially encouraged to take courses from the Visual Literacy list that include creation of visual texts as an integral part of the course. These courses are listed in bold face.

These courses may be used with adviser approval.

Numbers following course titles refer to important NOTES regarding restrictions on applicability, registration and other issues.


ENGLISH
207 Introduction to Cultural Studies 1
282 Writing Hypertext for the Web
307 Cultural Studies: Literature and the Age 1
345 Studies in Film
382 Advanced Web Writing Prereq: ENGL 282
407 Special Topics in Cultural Studies 1

 

COMMUNICATION
329 Rhetoric of Social and Political Movements 4

 

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE
270 Perspectives on Film: Introduction 6
271 Perspectives on Film: Great Directors
272 Perspectives on Film: Genre 5
301 Theory of Film: Analysis 4
302 Theory of Film: Critical Concepts 4
303 Theory of Film: Genre 6
310 History of Film: 1895-1929 4
311 History of Film: 1930-1959 6
312 History of Film: 1960 -- Present 4
315 National Cinemas 4
333 Folklife and Material Culture joint w/ SCAND 333
357 Literature and Film 6
371 Literature and the Visual Arts 6
397 Special Topics in Cinema Studies 6
460 Cinematic Production 6

497 Special Topics in Cinema Studies 6

 

DRAMA
101 Introduction to the Theatre 3, 5
210, 211, 212 Theatre Technical Practice 4
298 Theatre Production
5
305 Computers in the Theatre
5
313 Scenery Construction
5
314 Introduction to Design for the Performing Arts
2
316 Theatrical Makeup
5

 

OTHER DEPARTMENTS
AFRAM 220 Third World Images in Film 6
AIS 151 Indian Art of Northwest Coast 6
AIS 170 Survey of North American Indian Art 6
AIS 253 Wood Design 2
AIS 350 Two-Dimensional Art of the Northwest Coast Indians
2
AIS 442 Images of Natives in the Cinema and Popular Cultures Prereq: AIS 330 and WOMEN 200. Joint with WOMEN 442 6
AIS 450 American Indian Song and Dance Tradition: Performance 6
ANTH 209 Anthropology Through Visual Media 2
ANTH 305 Anthropology of the Body 6
ANTH 331 Native Art of the Pacific Northwest Coast joint with ART H 331 6
ANTH 356 Visual Anthropology 2
GEOG 258 Maps and GIS 2
GEOG 360 Principles of Cartography 4
GERMAN 355 German Literature and Film in English 6
GERMAN 370 History of German Cinema 6
GERMAN 371 Special Topics: German Cinema 6
NEAR E 260 The Middle East in Film 6
NEAR E 440 Calligraphy in Islamic Culture 6
FRENCH 250 History of French Cinema in English 6

HSTAA 365 The History of the American Film 2
ITAL 366 Italian Society in Film and Literature 4
ITAL 475 Italian Fascism: Architecture and Power joint with ART H 495 6
SCAND 333 Folklife and Material Culture joint with C LIT 333
SLAV 423 East European Film 6
GWSS 442 Images of Natives in the Cinema and Popular Cultures Prereq: AIS 330 and GWSS 200. Joint with AIS 442 6

Any course from the following departments may be used, with adviser approval: ART, ART H, CL AR, DANCE, DXARTS



Notes

  1. Depends on content—adviser approval required
  2. Open registration
  3. PREMAJ, EPRMJ, PSOSC and/or FIG only, Registration Period 1
  4. Majors only [restriction may apply in Registration Period 1, Period 1 & 2, or at all times—check the Time Schedule for details.]
  5. Add code required
  6. Registration restrictions unknown

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