Global Affairs
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Global Culture and Society

Global Culture and Society examines global problems through and anthropological and sociological perspectives. 

Students select four courses (12 credits) from the list below. 

  • ANTH 580 - Environmental Anthropology
  • ANTH 635 - Regional Ethnography
  • ANTH 655 - Nationalism, Transnationalism, & States: Local/ Global Perspectives
  • ANTH 721 - Culture, Power, and Conflict
  • CONF 707 - Gender and Violence
  • CONF 720 - Ethnic and Cultural Factors in Conflict Resolution
  • CONF 753 - Post-Conflict Contexts: Between Global and Local
  • ENGH 665 - Texts in Global Contexts
  • GOVT 530 - Comparative Politics
  • GOVT 641 - Seminar in Global Systems
  • GOVT 725 - Democratic Theory
  • GOVT 739 - Issues in Comparative and International Politics
  • HIST 510 - Approaches to Modern World History
  • HIST 535 - Problems in Comparative World History
  • HIST 615 - Problems in American History
  • MUSI 640 - Topics in World Music
  • RELI 632 - World Religions in Conflict and Dialogue
  • RELI 633 - Ethical Perspectives of World Religions
  • RELI 642 - Sacred Language, Scripture, and Culture
  • SOAN 510 - Culture and Globalization
  • SOCI 623 - Racial and Ethnic Relations: American and Selected Global Perspectives
  • SPMT 551 - Sport in the Global Marketplace
  • WMST 640 - Women and Global Issues

Or other course approved by the program director

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