• Thematic Cluster: Global Perspectives
  • Credits: 3
  • Pre-reqs required: No
  • Course Frequency: Generally offered at least once per academic year

Course Description:

Examination of the persistence of cultural, political, and economic inequalities between industrialized nations and nations in the Global South. Linkages between historical forms of global domination (imperialism, colonialism, dependent development) and neoliberal globalization. Gender, ethnicity, and religion as bases of social change and social protest in the contemporary world.