Classes

Fall 2019:

INTL ST 15. Global Political Economy. 4 Units.

The global economy as an integrated system. The rise of world trade, capitalism, national economies, market cycles, competing economic ideologies, development, globalization, transnational labor, multinational corporations, and the role of UN, World Bank, WTO, and the IMF in global governance.

No restrictions for enrollment.

Same as SOC SCI 15.

M-W-F 10:00-10:50

SSL 228

 

 

Winter 2020:

INTL ST 106a. Global Political Ecology. 4 Units.

Introduction to political ecology and critical analysis of the global scale and globalization. Topics include current and historical climate change, fossil fuels, international trade and investment, soil erosion and pollution, deforestation, waste, ocean ecology, water crisis, wars, revolutions, and refugees.

Restriction: Global and International Studies Majors have first consideration for enrollment. Global and International Studies Minors have first consideration for enrollment.

M-W-F 11:00-11:50

SSL 290

 

Spring 2020:

INTL ST 15. Global Political Economy. 4 Units.

The global economy as an integrated system. The rise of world trade, capitalism, national economies, market cycles, competing economic ideologies, development, globalization, transnational labor, multinational corporations, and the role of UN, World Bank, WTO, and the IMF in global governance.

Same as SOC SCI 15.

No restrictions for enrollment.

Tu-Th 9:30 – 10:50 am*

* Course delivered remotely and asynchronously due to the COVID-19 pandemic