The Office of Interdisciplinary Studies (IDIS) provides administrative support for twelve interdisciplinary programs: American Studies, Asian Studies, Asian American Studies, Comparative Literature, Film/Video Studies, Global Studies, Latin American and Latino Studies, Linguistics, Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Peace Studies, Philosophy and Literature Ph.D. Program, and Religious Studies. The Office provides a graduate secretary for American Studies, Comparative Literature, and Linguistics. IDIS works with African American Studies, Jewish Studies, and Women's Studies to facilitate communication and cooperation and to increase the visibility of all interdisciplinary endeavors in the College. The Interdisciplinary Studies programs together represent an academic unit with its own resources and budgets, and representation on the Council of Department Heads.
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