English and Cultural Anthropology, BA

Complete all courses listed below unless otherwise indicated. Also complete any corequisite labs, recitations, clinicals, or tools courses where specified and complete any additional courses needed beyond specific college and major requirements to satisfy graduation credit requirements.

University-Wide Requirements

All undergraduate students are required to complete the University-Wide Requirements.

NUpath Requirements

All undergraduate students are required to complete the NUpath Requirements.

BA Language Requirements

All BA students are required to complete the BA language requirements.

English Requirements

English Course-Level Requirement
In addition to the capstone, two of the courses chosen from the lists below must be numbered ENGL 3000–ENGL 4999.
Foundational Courses
ENGL 1400Introduction to Literary Studies4
ENGL 1700Global Literature to 15004
ENGL 1160Introduction to Rhetoric4
or ENGL 1410 Introduction to Writing Studies
Diversity
Complete one of the following courses. This course may also be used to fulfill an additional English requirement below:4
Early African-American Literature
Modern African-American Literature
From Kafka to Kushner: Modern and Contemporary Jewish Literature
Postcolonial Literature
Multiethnic Literatures of the U.S.
Asian-American Literature
U.S. Latino/a Literature
Native American Literature
Writing in Global Contexts
The African-American Novel
Pre-Nineteenth-Century Literature
Complete one of the following:4
Introduction to Shakespeare
The Bible
Medieval British Literature
Shakespeare’s Comedies
Shakespeare’s Tragedies
Sixteenth-Century British Literature
Seventeenth-Century British Literature
Eighteenth-Century British Literature
Revolution and Revolt in Early American Literature
Early African-American Literature
Topics in Early Literatures Abroad
Chaucer
Milton
Bedrooms and Battlefields: Hebrew Bible and the Origins of Sex, Gender, and Ethnicity
Topics in 17th- and 18th-Century Literatures
Nineteenth-Century Literature
Complete one of the following:4
Romantic Poetry
Victorian Literature
Nineteenth-Century British Fiction
The American Renaissance
American Realism
Emerson and Thoreau
Nineteenth-Century Major Figure
Topics in 19th-Century Literatures
Twentieth- and Twenty-First-Century Literature
Complete one of the following:4
Twentieth-Century British Literature
Major Twentieth-Century British Novelists
Modern American Literature
Modern African-American Literature
Contemporary American Literature
The Modern Bestseller
Irish Literary Culture Abroad
Contemporary Israeli Literature and Art Abroad
From Kafka to Kushner: Modern and Contemporary Jewish Literature
Twentieth- and Twenty-First-Century Major Figure
Topics in 20th- and 21st-Century Literatures
Theories and Methods
Complete one of the following:4
Introduction to Rhetoric
Introduction to Writing Studies
Literary Theory
Rhetoric of Law
Technologies of Text
The Practice and Theory of Teaching Writing
Topics in Literary Criticism
Topics in Rhetoric and Writing Studies
Opening the Archive
Research in Rhetoric and Writing
Introduction to Language and Linguistics
Linguistic Analysis
Syntax
Semantics
History of English
Language and Gender
Topics in Linguistics
Comparative Literature
Complete one of the following:4
Trouble in Utopia
Animals, Objects, Humans
Reading and Writing in the Digital Age
British Literature to 1800
British Literature 1800 to Present
American Literature to 1865
American Literature 1865 to Present
Global Literature 1500 to Present
The Modern Short Story
The Modern Novel
Modern Poetry
Contemporary Poetry
Contemporary Fiction
Postcolonial Literature
Multiethnic Literatures of the U.S.
Asian-American Literature
U.S. Latino/a Literature
Native American Literature
Horror Fiction
Science Fiction
What Is Nature? (Abroad)
The Literature of Science
Film and Text Abroad
Film and Text
Fantasy
Children’s Literature
The African-American Novel
Writing
Complete one of the following:4
Creative Writing
Style and Editing
Writing and Community Engagement
Writing in Global Contexts
Writing to Heal
Creative Nonfiction
Poetry Workshop
Fiction Workshop
Writing Boston
Nonfiction Workshop
Topics in Writing
Publishing in the 21st Century
Capstone
ENGL 4710Capstone Seminar4
or ENGL 4720 Capstone Project

Cultural Anthropology Requirements

Note: A 2.000 GPA is required in all cultural anthropology courses.

Foundation Courses
ANTH 1101Peoples and Cultures4
ANTH 2305Global Markets and Local Culture4
ANTH 3410Ethnographic Field Experience4
ANTH 3421Foundations of Anthropological Theory4
Area Courses
Additional "area courses" taken may count as anthropology electives.
Complete two of the following:8
Ethnography of Southeast Asia
Latin American Society and Development
Native North Americans
Anthropology of Africa
Culture and Politics in Modern India
Capstone
Students are expected to complete the following course in spring of their senior year:
ANTH 4600Senior Seminar4
Anthropology Electives
Complete three 4-semester-hour courses in addition to the above requirements. One study-abroad course may also count toward this requirement with prior permission from the department.12

Integrative Requirements

One integrative course is required for each discipline. Courses taken as electives above may not be used as integrative courses.
English Integrative Course
Complete one of the following:4
Postcolonial Literature
Asian-American Literature
U.S. Latino/a Literature
Native American Literature
Topics in Postcolonial Literature
Cultural Anthropology Integrative Courses
Complete one of the following:4
Reading Culture through Ethnography
Foundations of Anthropological Theory

English and Cultural Anthropology Combined-Major Credit Requirement

Complete 84 semester hours in the major.

Program Requirement

128 total semester hours required