We consider how power asymmetries and entrenched political, social, and economic forces can both produce contemporary global environmental challenges, from the climate and extinction crises to conflicts over extraction and energy transitions, and undermine solutions to them.
This GLOA 400 course is about Post-Soviet Life, the social, cultural, political, and economic worlds of the countries of the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, as well as their former allies elsewhere.
You’ve been through a long journey of class-taking in GLOA (and others). Now what? In this capstone class, your graduate coursework experience is wrapped into an independent, customized research project.
GLOA 305: College to Career (1 credit) works to help students launch into the global workforce. The semester-long course is taught live in in a virtual format by Professor Jordan Kazemi on Tuesday evenings from 7:20pm to 9:10pm Eastern Time (future times and dates depend on course availability and offering).