Cultural Studies Program Profile
BA with a major in Cultural Studies (20 units).
BA with a minor in Cultural Studies (3 units) consisting of two half unit Cultural Studies courses and 2 full units from at least two disciplines.
LC Class Ranges
Current Collecting Intensity using Collection Level Codes
History of Civilization
Culture and Cultural Processes
Culture. Cultural Studies. Cultural Evolution.
Literature of Music. History and Criticism
Musical Instruction and Study
Visual Arts ( General)
NA 1- 9428
Illustration. Design. Drawing.
Printing. Printmaking. Engraving. Etching.
Decorative Arts. Applied Arts.
Arts in General including Visual Cultures, Cultural Policy
Visual Communication / Mass Media: Relation to Culture
P 93.5 – 94.65
Literature : Theory. Philosophy. Aesthetics.
PN 56 – 57
TR 1 – 1050
Materials selected for Cultural Studies are used by Cultural Studies students, and faculty and students in English, History, Public Relations, Education, Women’s Studies, Canadian Studies, Modern Languages, Religious Studies, and Sociology & Anthropology.
Materials are selected by librarians and faculty. In addition, librarians use the Reference allocation to acquire specialized encyclopedias and dictionaries.
Current English language monographs are chosen. Videotapes and dvds may be selected under this allocation. Donations are accepted, particularly books on visual culture, Canadian cultural history, gender issues in culture, and women in the arts.
Unpublished dissertations, manuscripts, popular works without academic interest. Musical scores are generally not acquired, unless printed in texts on musical instruction.
Other Local Collections:
Nova Scotia College of Art and Design for general arts subjects and art history, Dalhousie Killam for music and theatre arts, DalTech for architecture and planning, and the University of King’s College for cultural studies.