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Minor in Global Narratives

The Minor in Global Narratives is designed to give students the opportunity to study transnational narratives, world literature, and international media studies from interdisciplinary and global perspectives. Students develop an enhanced understanding of regional and global issues, gain expertise in media studies, and investigate the convergence of communication and cultural productions at global crossroads.

Administered by: RTA School of Media and Department of English

To receive this Minor, students must complete six (6) courses from the following curriculum:

Required courses (2):

  • ENG 110 Literatures Across Borders
  • RTA 988 International Media Storytelling

Plus two (2) of the following:

  • ENG 203 The Literature of Indigenous Peoples
  • ENG 223 Literatures of Exile and Migration
  • ENG 408 World Literatures
  • ENG 413 Literature, Empire, and Colonization
  • ENG 416 American Literatures
  • ENG 417 Special Topics in American Literatures
  • ENG 620 Literatures of the Caribbean
  • ENG 621 Women's Texts, Global Contexts
  • ENG 623 Film/Literature: Middle East, North Africa
  • ENG 640 Literatures of Asia and its Diasporas
  • ENG 921 Narrative in a Digital Age
  • ENG 942 Decolonizing Literature

Plus two (2) of the following:

Students in the English, English and History Double Major, and English and Philosophy Double Major programs may count a maximum of 3 ENG coded courses toward completion of the minor, one of which will be the required English course ENG 110.

Students in the Media Production program may count a maximum of 3 RTA coded courses toward completion of the minor, one of which will be the required RTA course RTA 988.

Please see Senate Policy 2 (opens in new window) , Section 7.4 for further information about Minors.