Teaching Cultural Diversity in Faust through WAC  
	Stephanie E. Libbon, Kent State University, OH 

The late 1960s saw the emergence of cultural diversity courses as well 
as writing-across-the-curriculum programs. This article discusses the 
implementation of both in a First-Year Seminar centered on the Faust-theme. 
The topic of Faust is universal in its portrayal of human turmoil, yet 
also unique to the historical, cultural, and social circumstances in 
which each version was created. Designed to emphasize this duality, the 
First-Year-Seminar offered students glimpses into cultures and values 
different from their own while concurrently prompting them to become more 
introspective about their own. 
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