Course Description"Examines causes and consequences of globalization viewed from interdisciplinary perspective. Assesses the impact of globalization on economic, political, social, cultural, and natural environments of nations, regions, and the world. Students look at the Impact and uses of technology and media on cultural production, cultural diversity, and 'multiculturalism' and disparities in power and control among nations and peoples. Regional and cultural differences in human responses to globalization are also analyzed. Past topics include: Women and Global Studies, Global Cities, and Western Perceptions of Africa and Africans."
This course is available for undergraduate credit. Students must possess a high school diploma and must be an adult age 18 or older to participate.