Interdisciplinary Humanities (IH) is an innovative master’s and doctoral program that incorporates anthropology, critical race and ethnic studies, global arts, history, languages, literature, world heritage and writing studies. An Interdisciplinary Humanities education is comprehensive, and also may include disciplinary specialization within integrative concepts and methods that enrich all cultural research. The program exposes students to many humanities professions and prepares students to engage the public scholarly activities.
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- Asia and Asian Diaspora/Global Asia
- Mesoamerican Studies
- Pre-modern Studies
- Women, Gender and Sexulaity Studies
- Digital Heritage
- Community Engaged Scholarship
Students may pursue these or additional interdisciplinary research themes based on personal interest and faculty expertise.
- Latina/o literature and culture
- Spanish-language literatures and culture
- Chicana/o literature and culture