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BISGST 303 History and Globalization (5) I&S
The phenomenon of globalization has attracted the attention of many academic disciplines which often attribute novelty to trends that have in fact been around for centuries. Provides a historical perspective on current debates about globalization. Approaches may vary with instructor.
Instructor Course Description: Leslie Ashbaugh Benjamin Richard Gardner Julie Shayne
BISGST 324 International Political Economy (5) I&S, QSR
The study of interrelations between international politics and economics. Addresses the Bretton Woods institutions, differing political conceptions of international economic relations, trade, trade restrictions, trade agreements, global financial flows, migration, and exchange rates. Methods emphasize institutional analysis, historical analysis, accounting frameworks, and formal economic models.
Instructor Course Description: S. Charusheela Colin Danby
BISGST 362 Contemporary Political Ideas and Ideologies (5) I&S
Explores the juncture of political ideology with political experience in the context of such widespread ideas as nationalism, democracy, and socialism, and their diverse manifestations in contemporary political movements and systems.
BISGST 397 Topics in Global Studies (5, max. 15) I&S
Examines a topic, theme, problem, or area of the world in order to provide a deeper understanding of an aspect of Global Studies.
Instructor Course Description: Amy P Bhatt Damarys Espinoza Jessica Beyer Jonathan E Murr Johanna Crane Karam Dana Nader Nazemi David Giles Robertson Lee Allen
BISGST 497 Advanced Topics in Global Studies (5, max. 15) I&S
Advanced study of a specific topic, problem, or area of the world in order to provide a deeper understanding of an aspect of Global Studies.
Instructor Course Description: Julie Shayne Crispin Thurlow Faber