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ENGLĀ 260: Topics in Cross-Disciplinary Literary Study

In addition to the traditional practices of literary study, cross-disciplinary courses include materials from at least one other academic discipline, requiring students to compare and combine disciplinary perspectives in literary analysis. Examples of courses taught under this heading might include Literature and Politics; Religion and the Novel; Philosophical Approaches to Literature. May be repeated if topic is different. Click on course title in the class and lab for more information about the course for that term.
Prerequisite: FYW.

Race and Ethnic Studies

http://catalog.stolaf.edu/academic-programs/race-ethnic-studies/

...ENGL 200 Topics in Cross-Cultural Literature ENGL...for English Learners EDUC 260 Foundations in Education...

American Studies

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...ENGL 205 American Racial and Multicultural Literatures ENGL...Communities (off-campus) EDUC 260 Foundations in Education...

Women's and Gender Studies

http://catalog.stolaf.edu/academic-programs/womens-gender-studies/

...ENGL 264 Topics in Gender and Literature ENGL...Lives and Issues SOAN 260 Marriage and the...

Management Studies

http://catalog.stolaf.edu/academic-programs/management-studies/

...Computing Applications ENGL 289 Journalistic Writing ENGL 291...266 Operations Research MEDIA 260 Media and Screen...