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Global Theatre and Ethnic Studies Minor

Effective Fall 2014

Advising

Students must develop a plan for the minor in consultation with the advisor, Professor Anita Gonzalez, Department of Theatre & Drama (School of Music, Theatre & Dance).

Prerequisites

None.

Requirements

Minimum Credits: 15

At least 5 courses and 15 credits chosen from the following categories as stated

  1. Core courses:
    1. Introductory Survey: THTREMUS 222 — Introduction to Global Theatre and Ethnic Studies
    2. Introductory Studio Practice: THTREMUS 233 — Modern Rituals/Traditional Practices
  2. Capstone Community Engagement course:
    • THTREMUS 324 — Global Communities Practicum
      OR
    • Through performance practice with any one of the following courses:
      • RCHUMS 334: Special Topics in the Humanities, section titled “Community Empowerment through the Arts”
      • RCCORE 301: Community Based Internship — Semester in Detroit
      • ARTDES 312: Arts Workshops in Prisons
      • or an approved GIEU program with immersive performance experiences
  3. Electives. One course in each of the following categories:
    1. Dramatic Performance Literature. These courses expand and deepen student knowledge of global or ethnic performance literatures.
      • THTREMUS 325: Contemporary American Theatre and Drama
      • THTREMUS 326: Intercultural Drama
      • THTREMUS 328: Theater of Politics
      • ENGLISH 311: Theater of Politics
      • ASIAN 356: Contemporary Chinese Performance Culture
      • ASIAN 373: The Performing Arts in South and Southeast Asia
      • ITALIAN 471: Italian Theatre
      • POLISH 214 / REEES 214: Rock Poetry and Political Protest in Poland
      • REEES 214 / POLISH 214: Rock Poetry and Political Protest in Poland
      • RUSSIAN 463: Chekhov
      • RCHUMS 373: The Performing Arts in South and Southeast Asia
      • SPANISH 425: Latin-American Theatre
      • SPANISH 468: Modern Spanish Theatre
    2. Studio Electives. One of the following:
      • THTREMUS 332: Performing Archives and Oral Histories
      • THTREMUS 340: Devising Theatre
      • THTREMUS 440: Special Topics in African American Theatre
      • DANCE 348: Africanist Traditions, section titled “African Dance Traditions: From Minstrelsy to Hip Hop”
      • DANCE 342: Topics in World Dance
      • AAS 358: Topics in Black World Studies, section titled “African Dance Traditions: From Minstrelsy to Hip Hop”
      • RCHUMS 235: Topics in World Dance
      • RCLANG 321: Readings in German, section titled “Deutsches Theatre Play Production Seminar”
      • RCHUMS 334: Special Topics, section titled “Cultures in Dialogue”