Interdisciplinary Dance Studies

The following are approved courses that student can combine to form a dance and interdisciplinary applications major, but other options can be discussed and approved with a student’s advisor.

Courses in this interdisciplinary dance studies section are subject to the course overlap policy.

Dance and disability:

  • CLTR 101C/ENGL 242: Disability Studies: Rethinking Difference and Diversity
  • CASC 125: Creating an Inclusive Campus Community: Disability, Mentorship, and Inclusive Higher Education
  • Participation as a TOUR mentor in a dance course

Dance and gender:

  • ANTH 246/WMST 246: Anthropological Approaches To Gender and Sexuality
  • CSSP 267/WMST 266: Psychology of Gender
  • WMST 105: Sex and Power
  • HIST 284/WMST 285: History of the Body
  • ENGL/230/AAAS 230/WMST 234: The Black Body: Intersecting Intimacies
  • WMST 219: Politics of Sport

Dance and social justice:

  • SART 281: Performance Art and Social Intervention
  • ANTH 247/AAAS 261: Islam and the Third World
  • RELC 125/AAAS 125: Religion, Race and Ethnicity in America
  • RELC 246/AAAS 246: Cry Freedom
  • ANTH 230/AAAS 232: War, Genocide and Justice
  • PSCI 267: Identity, Ethnicity and Nationalism
  • PHLT 101: Intro to Public Health
  • PHLT 215/ANTH 215: Public Health Anthropology

Dance and Black studies:

  • RELC 156/AAAS 157: Religions of African Diaspora
  • RELC 170/AAAS 170: Religion and Hip Hop Culture
  • RELC 151/AAAS 151: The Blues
  • ENGL 230/WMST 234/AAAS 230: The Black Body: Intersecting Intimacies

Dance and religion and classics:

  • RELC 162: Mysticism
  • RELC 243: Islamic Mysticism
  • RELC 244: Islamic Mystical Poetry
  • RELC 250: Shiva and Shakti
  • RELC 261: Hindu Tantric Yoga
  • RELC 272: Classical Yoga Traditions of India

Dance, movement and brain and cognitive sciences:

  • BCSC 110: Neural Foundations of Behavior
  • BCSC 151: Perception and Action
  • BCSC 172: Development of Mind and Brain