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Inclusive Excellence in Arts, Humanities and Social Science Courses

Cultural Diversity and the Public Speaking Course (PDF) – From Branche, J. etal. Cultural Diversity Across the Curriculum. (2007). Explains how a public speaking course can integrate and emphasize cultural diversity.

Diversifying a Political Science Core Class (PDF) – From Branche, J. etal. Cultural Diversity Across the Curriculum. (2007). Discusses the challenges and opportunities for incorporating diversity-related themes into an American Political Process course.

Introduction to Dance (PDF)– Kruman, S.G. etal. Cultural Diversity Across the Curriculum. (2007). Explains how an introduction to dance course can be inclusive and non-intimidating, while incorporating cultural diversity.


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>Sample Syllabi (click to view)

Art History (PDF). St. Lawrence University, Dr. Dorothy Limouze, AAC&U. General education course: “The Museum as Cultural Crossroads.”

Greek Poetry, Philosophy, Politics (PDF). St. Lawrence University, Ann Mamary, AAC&U.

History (PDF). St. Lawrence University, Dr. Judith DeGroat, AAC&U. General education course: “The Rise of the New Europe.”

Philosophy/Academic Writing 101 (PDF). SUNY Cortland, Dr. Kathryn Russell, AAC&U. “Philosophical Issues: Prejudice and Discrimination.”

Philosophy (Upper Division)-(PDF). San Francisco State University, Dr. Anita Silvers, AAC&U. “Law, Society, Difference.”

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