What are the Medical Humanities electives?

Elective Courses (*Students may also petition to count other relevant, but unlisted, courses as electives)


Black Studies

            138      African Religions in the Americas

            106      Women and Politics of the Body

Chicana/o Studies

            124L     Introduction to US Xicana/o(x) & Latinx Public Art Lab

137      Xicana/o(x) Oral/Visual Traditions: Spirituality as Resistance in meXicana/o Art Practice and Culture: Recovery and Reclamation of Cultural Sovereignty Through Art Practice, Ritual & Ceremony    

134      Art Praxis – Xicana(x) Art Education as Social Practice:  Politics, Methods, and Practice for Community Based Work

191J     Special Topics

Memory and Recollection in Xicana/o(x) Art Practice

ArteSana: Art and Healing in Community


            60        Science and Medicine in Ancient Greece

Comparative Literature

            36        Global Humanities

186FL  Vegetarianism: Food, Literature, Philosophy

27        Memory: Bridging the Humanities and Neuroscience

111      Dreaming in Cultural Contexts

113      Trauma, Memory, and Historiography

192CA Cognitive Approaches to World Literature (cross-listed as ENG190)

East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies

            CHIN 48 Ethics and Society according to Classical Chinese Thought

            EACS 7 Asian Values

            EACS 47  Introduction to Daoism [cross-listed with RGST 47]

            CHIN 163A:  Sex, Drugs and Chinese Meditation [cross-listed with RGST 163A]


109 Out of Place - Writing Our Way Home — A Creative Writing Class

134FC Flor y Canto Poetry Reading & Writing from Xicano/a/x Perspective

137B    Latinx Poetry, Spoken Word, and Performance Art

170 series (Literature and Mind emphasis)

                        170 LM Literature and Medicine

                        170 IM Introduction to Literature and Mind

                        170 MB Mind, Brain and Literature

171      Literature and the Human Mind

175HR Human Rights

197 (undergraduate seminars)

                        John Keats: Literature and Science

            190  Cognitive Approaches to World Literature

Feminist Studies

            130      Perspectives on Women’s Health

            136      Cultural Analysis of Reproduction and Sexuality


            154      Medicine and Comedy


20:       Science Technology and Medicine in Modern Society

74        Poverty, Inequality, and Social Justice in Historical and Global Context

101G   Comparative History of Same Sex Practices and Gender Variance

106B    The Scientific Revolution, 1500-1800


            75:       Medicine for Underserved Communities

            133A:   Memory: An Interdisciplinary Exploration

156EE: Environmental Ethics

            156BE: Bioethics

            175:     Health Policy and Access to Care

            184PD: Clinical Shadowing

187 AC:  Community-based Participatory Research on Health Disparities

199:     Clinical Research


            4:         Introduction to Ethics

            100:     Ethics

            131:     Advanced Topics in Ethics

            138:     Normative Ethics

            141:     History of Ethics

Religious Studies

            12        Religious Approaches to Death

            14        Native American Religion

            47        Introduction to Daoism

61        African Religions in the Americas

101B    Religious Experience

            110L    LGBT Religious History: Queering the Spirit

            114E    Rites of Passage in the U.S.

150A    Theory in Magic, Magic in Theory

            156BE  Biomedical Ethics [crosslisted as INT 156BE]

            161E    Buddhist Cognitive and Contemplative Sciences

            163C    Doctors and Diviner: Science, Medicine and Religion in Premodern China

            193B    Religion and Healing in Global Perspective

Spanish and Portuguese

            45        Spanish for Healthcare


            105SW:           Science Writing for the Public

            105WE:           Writing and Ethics

109HP:             Writing for the Health Professions

109ST:             Writing for Science and Technology




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