Inclusive Excellence in Arts, Humanities and Social Science

  • Cultural Diversity and the Public Speaking Course (PDF) – From Branche, J. etal. Cultural Diversity Across the Curriculum. (2007). Explains how a public speaking course can integrate and emphasize cultural diversity.
  • Diversifying a Political Science Core Class (PDF) – From Branche, J. etal. Cultural Diversity Across the Curriculum. (2007). Discusses the challenges and opportunities for incorporating diversity-related themes into an American Political Process course.
  • Introduction to Dance (PDF)– Kruman, S.G. etal. Cultural Diversity Across the Curriculum. (2007). Explains how an introduction to dance course can be inclusive and non-intimidating, while incorporating cultural diversity.

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Sample Syllabi

  • Art History (PDF). St. Lawrence University, Dr. Dorothy Limouze, AAC&U. General education course: “The Museum as Cultural Crossroads.”
  • Greek Poetry, Philosophy, Politics (PDF). St. Lawrence University, Ann Mamary, AAC&U.
  • History (PDF). St. Lawrence University, Dr. Judith DeGroat, AAC&U. General education course: “The Rise of the New Europe.”
  • Philosophy/Academic Writing 101 (PDF). SUNY Cortland, Dr. Kathryn Russell, AAC&U. “Philosophical Issues: Prejudice and Discrimination.”
  • Philosophy (Upper Division)-(PDF). San Francisco State University, Dr. Anita Silvers, AAC&U. “Law, Society, Difference.”
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