General Education - Exploring Past and Present

The following courses are approved to satisfy Learning Objective 4. Exploring Past and Present: Perspectives on Societies and Cultures. (G4)

AFST 150Introduction to African and African American Studies4
AMST 251Black Masculinity in the United States4
ANTH 104Introductory Cultural Anthropology4
ANTH 106Introductory Physical Anthropology and Archaeology4
ANTH 109World Prehistory4
ANTH 222Celtic Culture and Archaeology4
CLST 121Explorations in Ancient Society and Its Legacy4
CLST 160Greek and Roman Private Life4
CLST 250The Golden Age of Athens4
CLST 349Sex and Sexuality in Classical Antiquity4
CLST 350Women and Gender in Classical Antiquity4
ECON 101Introduction to Microeconomics4
ECON 102Introduction to Macroeconomics4
ECON 113Economics of Social Issues4
ENST 201Foundations of Food and Agriculture4
FREN 301Discovering Paris4
FREN 350Crossroads of Europe: Strasbourg and its Region4
FYRP 102First-Year Seminar: Place, Memory, and Preserving Tradition4
FYRP 107First-Year Seminar: Founded to Make Men--a History of Sewanee Manhood4
FYRP 112First-Year Seminar: A Landscape for Memory4
FYRP 117First-Year Seminar: Community Narratives of the South Cumberland Plateau4
FYRP 120First-Year Seminar: The Local Place and the Forces of Globalization4
GRMN 311Contemporary German Culture I4
GRMN 356The Nazi Period4
HIST 100Topics in Western Civilization4
HIST 111Religion and Power in the Pre-Modern West4
HIST 112Women Changing the World: Gender and Social Movements4
HIST 113Civil Disobedience from Ancient Greece to Modern Africa4
HIST 114Health and Illness in History: Reading and Writing about Disease in American History4
HIST 116Revolution and Evolution: Europe since the Eighteenth Century4
HIST 117Discovering America, 1400-20004
HIST 120Children and Childhood in History4
HIST 121Consumer Culture and Its Discontents, 17th - 20th Centuries4
HIST 122Science, Society, and the Archives4
HIST 124World in the Twentieth Century4
HIST 125The Age of Discovery: Encounter of Two Worlds4
HIST 126Into the Heart of Darkness: Imperialism in the 19th and 20th Centuries4
HIST 127Atlantic Britons, 1500-18504
HIST 128Adventures at Sea: The Indian Ocean in World History4
HIST 129Jerusalem: Histories of the Real and Imagined Holy City4
HIST 131"We are not what we seem": Race, Class and Identity in American History since 18634
HIST 201History of the United States I4
HIST 202History of the United States II4
HIST 204Rich and Poor in America from the Colonial Period to the Present4
HIST 205History of Britain and Ireland I4
HIST 206History of Britain and Ireland II4
HIST 207Russia: Autocracy, Orthodoxy, Serfdom, Revolution4
HIST 208Russia: Revolution and Repression, War and Cold War, Collapse and Renewal4
HIST 209Early Modern Europe4
HIST 210Early Modern Cities4
HIST 211China: Inside the Great Wall4
HIST 212China: Manchus to Massacre, Dynasty to Dictatorship4
HIST 214Africa Inside Out4
HIST 217Renaissance and Reformation4
HIST 218The Age of Enlightenment4
HIST 219History of Africa to 18804
HIST 220History of Africa Since 18804
HIST 221History of India and South Asia I4
HIST 222History of India and South Asia II4
HIST 232African-American History since 18654
HIST 234British Reformations4
HIST 237Women in U.S. History, 1600-18704
HIST 238Women in U.S. History, 1870 to the Present4
HIST 267Early Modern Germany: Reformation to Revolutions4
HIST 270European Women in War, Revolution, and Terrorism4
HIST 271The French Revolutionary Era, 1789-18144
HIST 272France Since 18154
HIST 283Environmental History4
HIST 292Jews in the Greco-Roman World4
HIST 293Greeks, Romans, and Barbarians4
HIST 296History of the Middle East I4
HIST 297History of the Middle East II4
HIST 298History of Islam4
HIST 307Revolutions and Revolutionaries in the Middle East4
HIST 328Slavery, Race, and the University4
HUMN 203Experience, Expression, and Exchange: Manifestos, Movements, and Terrorism4
HUMN 204Experience, Expression, and Exchange: Utopias and Dystopias4
HUMN 207Experience, Expression, and Exchange: The Great War and the Emergence of Modern Memory4
HUMN 210Modern Intellectual Traditions4
HUMN 214Experience, Expression, and Exchange: Histories of Science, Vision, and Art: 1500-Present4
HUMN 225The Nobel Prize4
INGS 104Oil: The Fuel of Globalization4
INGS 105Globalization and Culture in the Americas4
INGS 207Globalization, Popular Culture, and Politics in West Africa4
INGS 208West and Central Africa in the Atlantic World4
INGS 316Global Migration and Border Crises4
POLS 101American Government and Politics4
POLS 103Comparative Politics4
POLS 105Introduction to Political Theory4
POLS 107Critical Issues in American Politics4
POLS 150World Politics4
POLS 203The Presidency4
POLS 204Legislative Process4
POLS 206State Politics4
POLS 209Immigration, Politics, and Identity4
POLS 210The Politics of Poverty and Inequality4
POLS 211Democracy and Citizenship4
POLS 214Democracy, Dissent, and Revolution4
POLS 216Media and Politics4
POLS 220International Conflict4
POLS 221Peace and Diplomacy4
POLS 222United States Foreign Policy4
POLS 223Public Policy4
POLS 227Africa in World Politics4
POLS 228The Politics of the Modern Middle East and North Africa4
POLS 248China's Environmental Crisis4
POLS 249China and the World4
POLS 260Political Theory of the Environment4
POLS 270Introduction to International Security4
RELG 395Appalachian Religion4
RHET 311U.S. Public Address I: 1620-18654
RHET 312U.S. Public Address II: 1865-Present4
RHET 321Rhetoric in the Ancient World4
RUSN 310Russian Civilization4
WMST 100Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies4
WMST 251Black Masculinity in the United States4