Professors: find out how to crosslist your graduate course with Cultural Studies below.
Faculty interested in cross-listing a graduate-level course with the Cultural Studies Program for Fall 2017 should do 2 things by the deadline of 4 p.m., Friday 10 March 2017:
1. Download this form to your computer, save it, fill it in, and save it again, then email it as an attachment to Cultural Studies Director Ron Zboray (email@example.com), cc-ing to CLST Program Assistant Briar Somerville (firstname.lastname@example.org). Not all information needs to be completed, but at minimum provide the COURSE NUMBER, TITLE, AND DESCRIPTION [description should be written with a Cultural Studies audience in mind]. Use upper and lowercase, not all caps;
2. Cc the email to your departmental administrator.
PLEASE NOTE: We request that faculty recommend a category for their course. A, B, C, D. Please find category descriptions here.
We ask faculty to submit courses consonant with the profile of the program. This typically includes the exploration of issues such as:
- the relationship between culture and politics;
- study of culture across national boundaries and disciplines;
- the formation of disciplines and intellectual institutions;
- the production of texts;
- cultural antagonisms and crises
It is critical for the program's coherence and graduate-student interest that we avoid listing courses that do not address these issues. However, we even consider traditional survey courses, courses on the life and work of a great artist, introductory literature courses, core course, etc., is there is sufficient "cultural studies" content in them to justify a crosslist.
By cross-listing a graduate-level course with the program, you are considered by the program to be a member of the Cultural Studies faculty for three years. Cultural Studies faculty:
- receive notification of Cultural Studies sponsored and co-sponsored events through its listserv;
- are invited to attend and to organize guest seminars;
- serve as faculty participants in the annual Graduate-Student Colloquium and other events;
- may be asked to stand for election to the Fellowship Committee, which annually selects two Cultural Studies PhD students for advanced research fellowship support.
- may be asked or elected to serve for one year on the Executive Committee of the Program
- may be asked to represent their department as Cultural Studies Liaison