What does it mean to think globally? This discussion-based course invites students to explore how networks and flows of people, wealth, goods, ideas and information across vast distances have shaped human experience.
This is currently a meets with ENGLS 282. The justification for this course is that we are expanding our course offerings for the growing number of GLST majors. We specifically designed this course for them. Note, course description is abbreviated in form as APPS had text restriction. See full course description in syllabus.
Ed Gieskes (Undergraduate Director) concurs with this request and has no issues.
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Course will be added to the 1920 Undergraduate Bulletin.