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Cross-Cultural Studies

Cross-Cultural Studies brings together international students and students from the U.S. who have cross-cultural experience to address and explore regional and global issues. It is designed to help students who are studying a particular area of the world or a discipline with an international focus (e.g. majors in area studies, languages, history, economics, political science, literature, anthropology, religion, etc.) to place that area or discipline in a broader, cross-cultural context.

You can concentrate in this subject.

For more information, see the Cross Cultural Studies department site.

  • Scoville in the Light

    Cross Cultural Studies is housed in Scoville Hall

    Carleton students choose a major near the end of their sophomore year, either from one of the subjects listed below or by creating a special major. Students may also pursue a concentration, which is an integrated disciplinary program that complements the major.

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