Global Humanities and Religions at the University of Montana
Important Course Information
All Global Humanities courses for 2017-18, including Hindi Language, are listed under Liberal Studies and Humanities in course search and the suffix is LSH. Religious Studies courses appear under RLST and SSEA courses are under both SSEA and LSH.
Global Humanities and Religions (formerly Liberal Studies) is an interdisciplinary and internationally oriented Program. Our General Humanities major allows you the flexibility to design your own major by selecting courses from a number of different departments and programs. There are only three required courses: Introduction to the Humanities (a 100-level sequence) and an upper-division capstone seminar.
In the major, you can choose between options in Global Humanities and Religious Studies.
For more information please see our Degree Options page.
Students also have the opportunity to earn a minor in:
You now have the rare opportunity to learn Hindi at UM.
In the Global Humanities and Religions Program, you have a traditional liberal (that is, liberating) education that promotes freedom from ignorance and prejudice. We offer a range of exciting courses, from Gandhi’s life and times to Mysticism in different religious traditions, from Bombay cinema to violence and religion, from Hinduism to same-sex unions in literature and history.
Global Humanities & Religions presents:
A lecture by Prof. Sukanta Chaudhuri
“The Wood and the World: Negotiating A Midsummer Night’s Dream”
Monday, March 13, 3.30 p.m.
Room 103 A-B, Liberal Arts Building, UM
Followed by a discussion and a reception
The 1999 film version of A Midsummer Night’s Dream...
South & South-East Asian Studies, the School of Journalism, and Global Humanities and Religions present a lecture by Suzanne Goldenberg
Award-winning journalist with the Guardian and author of Madam President (2008)
Climate Change in the World’s Two Largest Democracies: New Developments in India...
Prof. Vanita spent her sabbatical year (2015-16) at Cambridge University, completing her book Dancing with the Nation: Courtesans in Bombay Cinema, forthcoming from Bloomsbury Press. She has won the American Philosophical Society and British Academy joint fellowship and will spend part of summer...