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African language courses will have the AFRI prefix beginning Fall 2017

Please note that effective Fall 2017, all African Language courses will carry the AFRI prefix instead of LING. For example, Elementary Bamana I used to be indentified as LING-B 101 but will now be listed as AFRI-B 101. You can search the IU Registrar's Schedule of Classes here.

Fall 2017

You can download the full course list here.
This list will be continuously updated.

African Studies | African-American and African Diaspora Studies | Anthropology | College of Arts and Sciences | Communication and Culture | Comparative Literature | Education | French and Italian | Gender Studies | History | Honors | International Studies | Media School | Near Eastern Languages and Cultures | Political Science | School of Public and Environmental Affairs | School of Public Health | Spanish and Portuguese

African Studies

AFRI-A 500 Advanced Topics in African Studies J. Hanson

AFRI-A

651

Independent Research/Directed Readings

J. Hanson

AFRI-B

101/501

Elementary Bamana I

A. Sow

AFRI-B

201/601

Intermediate Bamana I

A. Sow

AFRI-B

301/701

Advanced Bamana

A. Sow

AFRI-K

101/501

Elementary Akan I

D. Adu-Amankwah

AFRI-K

201/601

Intermediate Akan I

D. Adu-Amankwah

AFRI-K

301/701

Advanced Akan I

D. Adu-Amankwah

AFRI-L

100

Topics in African Society and Culture:
Political Leadership In Africa

A. Sow

AFRI-L

102

Akan Society, Life, and Culture

D. Adu-Amankwah

AFRI-L

202

Occultism in Africa

D. Adu-Amankwah

AFRI-L

231

African Civilization

J. Hanson

AFRI-L

232

Contemporary Africa

L. Bradford

AFRI-L

L-400

Topics in African Studies: Drama for Development

B. Dlamini

AFRI-L

L-400

Topics in African Studies: Yoruba Life and Civilization

A. Schleicher

AFRI-S

101/501

Elementary Swahili I

R. Nyamahanga/
S. Kavaya

AFRI-S

201/601

Intermediate Swahili I

M. Mwingira

AFRI-S

301/701

Advanced Swahili I

A. Omar

AFRI-W

101

Elementary Wolof I

C. Lo

AFRI-W

201

Intermediate Wolof I

C. Lo

AFRI-W

301

Advanced Wolof I

C. Lo

AFRI-X

390

Readings and Research: African Studies

J. Hanson

AFRI-X

473

Internship in African Studies

J. Hanson

AFRI-X

491

Advanced Individual Study: African Language

A. Omar

AFRI-X

501

Elementary Wolof I

C. Lo

AFRI-X

601

Intermediate Wolof I

C. Lo

AFRI-X

701

Advanced Wolof I

C. Lo

AFRI-Y

101/501

Elementary Yoruba I

V. Alabi

AFRI-Y

201/601

Intermediate Yoruba I

T. Ehineni

AFRI-Y

301/701

Advanced Yoruba I

T. Ehineni

AFRI-Z

101/501

Elementary Zulu I

B. Dlamini

AFRI-Z

201/601

Intermediate Zulu I

B. Dlamini

AFRI-Z

301/701

Advanced Zulu I

M. Lesetla

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~Cross Listed Courses~

African American and African Diaspora Studies

AAAD-A 304 Black Paris E. Julien

Anthropology

ANTH-A 107 Becoming Human J. Sept

ANTH-B

200

Bioanthropology

F. Kaestle

ANTH-E

318

Nature/Culture: Environmental Anthropology

S. Osterhoudt

ANTH-E

400

Fashion, Beauty, Power

B. Buggengagen

ANTH-E

413/613

Global Africa

B. Buggengagen

ANTH-E

444/644

People and Protected Areas

S. Osterhoudt

College of Arts and Sciences

COLL-C 103 The Ebonics Controversy S. Davis

Communication and Culture

CMCL-C 202 Media in the Global Context A. Adesokan
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Comparative Literature

CMLT-C 318 Satire A. Adesokan

CMLT-C

363

Black Paris

E. Julien

Education

EDUC-H 552 Comparative Education II P. Kubow

EDUC-L

520

Advanced Study of Foreign Language Teaching

M. Nyikos

French and Italian

FRIT-F 300 Fren/Francophone Studies: L'Afrique de L'Ouest Francophone V. Bouchard

FRIT-F

310

Francophone Culture - Topics: Black Paris

E. Julien

Gender Studies

GNDR-G 215 Sex and Gender: Cross Cultural Perspective L. Foster

History

HIST-E 340 African Popular Culture M. Moorman

HIST-H

227

African Civilizations

J. Hanson

HIST-J

300

Seminar in History: Cradle of Globalization

P. Machado

HIST-W

203

World War I: Global War

M. Moyd

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Honors

HON-H 303 Black Paris E. Julien

International Studies

INTL-I 425 Gender: International Perspective - Topic: Women and War C. Pinaud

Media School

MDSH-C 219 Media in the Global Context A. Adesokan

MDSH-F

391

Media Audiences: Global Radio

M. Moorman

Near Eastern Language and Culture

NELC-A 100/500 Elementary Arabic I N. Morkus, Z. Istrabadi, A. Bisutti

NELC-A

200/600

Intermediate Arabic I

N. Morkus, I. Alramadan, S. Bayadsy

NELC-A

300/660

Advanced Arabic I

Z. Istrabadi

NELC-A

400/680

Advanced Arabic III

N. Morkus, I. Nassar

NELC-E

100/500

Elementary Hieroglyphic Egyptian I

S. Vinson

NELC-E

505

Ancient Egyptian History and Civilization

S. Vinson

NELC-E

600

Intermediate Middle Egyptian

S. Vinson

NELC-E

660

Demotic Egyptian

S. Vinson

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Political Science

POLS-Y 243 Governance & Corruption Across the World L. MacLean

Public and Environmental Affairs

SPEA-V 450/D 576 Approaches to Development J. Brass

SPEA-V

160

National and International Policy (Section 4227)

J. Brass

SPEA-V

160

National and International Policy (Section 6454)

O. Afoaku

Public Health

SPH-H 510 Org of School Health Programs D. Lohrmann

Spanish and Portuguese

HISP-P 425/525 Structure of Portuguese Language E. Vieira

HISP-P

475/575

Theatre in Portuguese: Natn & Identy Lusophone Drama

E. Vieira

General Registration Information

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