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Intro to Russia & East Europe (2019 Fall Term INTL-2010-C1602)7/20/2019 6:30:19 AM(formerly INTL-2913) (Social Science credit) This course introduces students to the This interdisciplinary introduction will help students better understand the values and (formerly INTL-2913) (Social Science credit) This course introduces students to the geography, history, economics, politics, and arts of Russia and Eastern Europe. This interdisciplinary introduction will help students better understand the values and experiences of other peoples as the world becomes a global community. (4 contact hrs)Social Science CCUndergraduateInternational StudiesINTL-2010-C1602Intro to Russia & East Europe INTL-2010-C16022019 Fall TermG. FlemmingM W 2:00 PM - 3:55 PM8/19/2019 12:00:00 AM - 12/11/2019 12:00:00 AM4
Introduction to Latin America (2019 Spring/Summer Term INTL-2000-V0852)7/19/2019 3:30:37 AM(Humanities credit) This multidisciplinary course will draw on the arts, humanities, social science, history, and geography to examine significant questions using Latin America as (Humanities credit) This multidisciplinary course will draw on the arts, humanities, social science, history, and geography to examine significant questions using Latin America as the basis. These questions relate to the encounter of cultures, of forging community, notions of rights, revolution, and dependence and change in a globalizing world. The course will also explore an understanding of the roots of Latin America civilization with its ethnic diversity, including a profile on the Latin Americans descendants in the United States and an analysis of the role of military and US policies toward Latin America, the impact of the external debt, free trade agreements and their effects on the environment. (4 contact hrs)Humanities CCUndergraduateInternational StudiesINTL-2000-V0852Introduction to Latin America INTL-2000-V08522019 Spring/Summer TermM. Ramos6/10/2019 12:00:00 AM - 8/3/2019 12:00:00 AM4
Introduction to Latin America (2019 Fall Term INTL-2000-S1201)7/20/2019 1:30:20 AM(Humanities credit) This multidisciplinary course will draw on the arts, humanities, social science, history, and geography to examine significant questions using Latin America as (Humanities credit) This multidisciplinary course will draw on the arts, humanities, social science, history, and geography to examine significant questions using Latin America as the basis. These questions relate to the encounter of cultures, of forging community, notions of rights, revolution, and dependence and change in a globalizing world. The course will also explore an understanding of the roots of Latin America civilization with its ethnic diversity, including a profile on the Latin Americans descendants in the United States and an analysis of the role of military and US policies toward Latin America, the impact of the external debt, free trade agreements and their effects on the environment. (4 contact hrs)Humanities SCUndergraduateInternational StudiesINTL-2000-S1201Introduction to Latin America INTL-2000-S12012019 Fall TermG. FlemmingT TH 6:00 PM - 8:40 PM9/17/2019 12:00:00 AM - 12/12/2019 12:00:00 AM4
Introduction to Middle East (2019 Fall Term INTL-2800-V0852)7/8/2019 2:30:24 PMThis multi-disciplinary introductory course offers a general survey of the arts, humanities, social science, history and geography of the Middle East This multi-disciplinary introductory course offers a general survey of the arts, humanities, social science, history and geography of the Middle East. Topics will be drawn from historical and contemporary issues relevant to the analysis of the Middle East as a complex and rich regional system within a changing globalized world. The course will also explore Middle Eastern diversity and its expressions in music, art, literature, and film produced by the cultures of the region. Special attention will be given to the consistent contact between the West and the Middle East, beginning in the middle ages through the crusades and perpetuating to current times, as manifested in different western economic and military policies implemented in the region. In addition, the curriculum will touch on critical issues such as the veil and women's rights, the Middle-Eastern experience in the US, the war on terror, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and the Arab Spring. A central objective of the course is targeted towards increasing sensitivity to racial bias and improving students' awareness of multicultural issues. (4 contact hrs)Humanities CCUndergraduateInternational StudiesINTL-2800-V0852Introduction to Middle East INTL-2800-V08522019 Fall TermA. Rahmouni El Idrissi10/14/2019 12:00:00 AM - 12/14/2019 12:00:00 AM4
Introduction to Japan (2019 Fall Term INTL-2300-S1601)7/17/2019 10:38:18 PM(formerly INTL-2911) (Humanities credit) This course draws on the arts, humanities, social This course discusses the encounter of cultures, centrality of family, veneration of (formerly INTL-2911) (Humanities credit) This course draws on the arts, humanities, social science, history, and geography of Japan. This course discusses the encounter of cultures, centrality of family, veneration of nature, synthesis of foreign ideas, and Japan's role in the global community. (4 contact hrs)Humanities SCUndergraduateInternational StudiesINTL-2300-S1601Introduction to Japan INTL-2300-S16012019 Fall TermJ. MessanaM W 2:00 PM - 3:55 PM8/19/2019 12:00:00 AM - 12/11/2019 12:00:00 AM4
Introduction to Japan (2019 Spring/Summer Term INTL-2300-S0801)7/12/2019 6:34:30 PM(formerly INTL-2911) (Humanities credit) This course draws on the arts, humanities, social This course discusses the encounter of cultures, centrality of family, veneration of (formerly INTL-2911) (Humanities credit) This course draws on the arts, humanities, social science, history, and geography of Japan. This course discusses the encounter of cultures, centrality of family, veneration of nature, synthesis of foreign ideas, and Japan's role in the global community. (4 contact hrs)Humanities SCUndergraduateInternational StudiesINTL-2300-S0801Introduction to Japan INTL-2300-S08012019 Spring/Summer TermJ. MessanaM T W TH 3:00 PM - 4:55 PM6/10/2019 12:00:00 AM - 8/1/2019 12:00:00 AM4
Introduction to Latin America (2019 Fall Term INTL-2000-V0851)7/19/2019 6:30:25 PM(Humanities credit) This multidisciplinary course will draw on the arts, humanities, social science, history, and geography to examine significant questions using Latin America as (Humanities credit) This multidisciplinary course will draw on the arts, humanities, social science, history, and geography to examine significant questions using Latin America as the basis. These questions relate to the encounter of cultures, of forging community, notions of rights, revolution, and dependence and change in a globalizing world. The course will also explore an understanding of the roots of Latin America civilization with its ethnic diversity, including a profile on the Latin Americans descendants in the United States and an analysis of the role of military and US policies toward Latin America, the impact of the external debt, free trade agreements and their effects on the environment. (4 contact hrs)Humanities CCUndergraduateInternational StudiesINTL-2000-V0851Introduction to Latin America INTL-2000-V08512019 Fall TermM. Ramos8/19/2019 12:00:00 AM - 10/12/2019 12:00:00 AM4
Introduction to Latin America (2019 Fall Term INTL-2000-V0850)7/17/2019 6:38:32 PM(Humanities credit) This multidisciplinary course will draw on the arts, humanities, social science, history, and geography to examine significant questions using Latin America as (Humanities credit) This multidisciplinary course will draw on the arts, humanities, social science, history, and geography to examine significant questions using Latin America as the basis. These questions relate to the encounter of cultures, of forging community, notions of rights, revolution, and dependence and change in a globalizing world. The course will also explore an understanding of the roots of Latin America civilization with its ethnic diversity, including a profile on the Latin Americans descendants in the United States and an analysis of the role of military and US policies toward Latin America, the impact of the external debt, free trade agreements and their effects on the environment. (4 contact hrs)Humanities CCUndergraduateInternational StudiesINTL-2000-V0850Introduction to Latin America INTL-2000-V08502019 Fall TermM. Ramos8/19/2019 12:00:00 AM - 10/12/2019 12:00:00 AM4
Introduction to Latin America (2019 Fall Term INTL-2000-V0852)7/20/2019 2:30:20 AM(Humanities credit) This multidisciplinary course will draw on the arts, humanities, social science, history, and geography to examine significant questions using Latin America as (Humanities credit) This multidisciplinary course will draw on the arts, humanities, social science, history, and geography to examine significant questions using Latin America as the basis. These questions relate to the encounter of cultures, of forging community, notions of rights, revolution, and dependence and change in a globalizing world. The course will also explore an understanding of the roots of Latin America civilization with its ethnic diversity, including a profile on the Latin Americans descendants in the United States and an analysis of the role of military and US policies toward Latin America, the impact of the external debt, free trade agreements and their effects on the environment. (4 contact hrs)Humanities CCUndergraduateInternational StudiesINTL-2000-V0852Introduction to Latin America INTL-2000-V08522019 Fall TermM. Ramos10/14/2019 12:00:00 AM - 12/14/2019 12:00:00 AM4
Introduction to Latin America (2019 Fall Term INTL-2000-C1602)7/19/2019 8:30:24 PM(Humanities credit) This multidisciplinary course will draw on the arts, humanities, social science, history, and geography to examine significant questions using Latin America as (Humanities credit) This multidisciplinary course will draw on the arts, humanities, social science, history, and geography to examine significant questions using Latin America as the basis. These questions relate to the encounter of cultures, of forging community, notions of rights, revolution, and dependence and change in a globalizing world. The course will also explore an understanding of the roots of Latin America civilization with its ethnic diversity, including a profile on the Latin Americans descendants in the United States and an analysis of the role of military and US policies toward Latin America, the impact of the external debt, free trade agreements and their effects on the environment. (4 contact hrs)Social Science CCUndergraduateInternational StudiesINTL-2000-C1602Introduction to Latin America INTL-2000-C16022019 Fall TermG. FlemmingT TH 2:00 PM - 3:55 PM8/20/2019 12:00:00 AM - 12/12/2019 12:00:00 AM4