The Department of Transnational Studies

Affiliated Courses

Other Courses Available for Advanced Certificate in Canadian Studies and MA in Canadian-American Studies*

College of Arts and Sciences

American Studies (AMS)

520 – Special Topics – Iroquois History Post-1815 (Grinde)*

607 – Iroquois History (Grinde)*

Anthropology (APY)

532 – Special Topics – Advanced Ethnology: Arctic & Subarctic
5xx – Field Research in Archaeology (Zubrow)
601 – Independent Study – Literacy and Disability in Canada (Zubrow)
603 – Special Topics – Applied Anthropology
710 – Geographic Medicine

Arts Management (AAP)

501 – Why Manage the Arts? (various)
502 – Arts Management & Society
507 – Special Topics in Arts Management (various)
508 – Cultural Policy & Diplomacy
511 – Practicum in Arts Management (various)

Canadian Studies/Political Science

CDN 500 – An Overview of Canadian Studies (Eagles, offered in the Fall semester only)*

CDN 505 – Canadian-American Relations (Eagles, offered in the Fall semester only)*

CDN 506 – Critical Multiculturalism (Cecil Foster)*

CDN 515 – Special Topics – Transnationalism (Cecil Foster)*

CDN 520 – Borderlands – Understanding the Bi-National Niagara Region (Eagles)*

CDN 510 – Seminar in Canadian Politics (Eagles)*

Communications (COM)

620 – Advanced Organizational Communication

Comparative Literature (COL)

712 -Special Topics – Postcolonial Theory and its Discontents (Irlam)
726 – Special Topics – Specters of Rwanda:  Representing Postcolonial Genocide (Irlam)

English (ENG)

715 – Post-Colonial  Literature and Theory (Mardorossian)

Geography (GEO)

531 – Introduction to International Business and Trade (Hamilton)
570 –  (cross listed as Law 777) Integrated Environmental Management (Renschler)
632 – Macro Issues in Trade
634 – International Commercial and Business Environments (Hamilton)

 

Linguistics (LIN)

631 – Structure of Iroquoian (Michelson)

Sociology (SOC)

555 – Sociology of Aging (Street)
558 – Special Topics – Midlife and Older Adults: Canadian & American Differences (Street)
562 – Sociology of Law (Granfield)
595 – Circles of Artists and Writers (Farrell)

 

 

* The instructors for these courses have agreed to accept students registered in the Canadian Studies Advanced Graduate Certificate Program and the MA (Joint and UB-only) in Canadian-American Studies, and to have them prepare research/project requirements for the course on Canada-related topics.