Previously Offered Courses

HUM 335: Intercultural Relations: Issues and Debates

Interculturality” has now become a major issue that paves the way for many multifaceted debates in the so-called “global city.” With this in mind, this course focuses on the following selected themes: Cultural pluralism and the need for constructive dialogical encounter; the good (democratic) governance of cultural diversity; cultural recognition; culture and global security; intercultural problems and multicultural organizations; cultural rights; integration, political (ideological) culturalism and cultural oppression; alliance (or “clash”) of cultures and civilizations; cultural dimension of Turkey-E.U. relation; multicultural education for democracy and peace.

HUM 291: Topics in the Humanities 

These are special topics courses, which are more focused sequels to the 111-112 sequence.