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Voyage Label: Fall 2017

  • World Interdependence – Current Global Issues (Focus on Climate and Energy) (Section 3) [CRN 78336]

    We will study all energy technologies, with teams of two or three  preparing and presenting slides on coal, oil and gas, including cleaner coal, such as integrated gasification combined cycle […]

  • Global Studies – Required Core Course (Section 2) [CRN 79664]

    Global Studies is the only common academic experience for all participants on the voyage. Through lectures, debates, panel discussions, and a variety of other pedagogical activities, Global Studies will present […]

  • Topics in Comparative Religions [CRN 77164]

    This course uses auto/biographies rooted in five different world religions to analyze how personal experience intersects with momentous historical episodes, each shaping and being re-shaped by the other. The choice […]

  • Meaning and Truth in Religion [CRN 77168]

    This course will take a phenomenological approach to understand how symbols and rituals, along with verbal language, communicate belief and prescribe behavior—and also open doors to challenge, revision, conversion, and […]

  • Religions of the West [CRN 77176]

    This course studies the three major branches on the Abrahamic religious tree: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. It proceeds by tracing the history of each tradition from its founder/s and origins […]

  • International Business Management [CRN 79617]

    This course provides an overview of the major challenges businesses encounter while operating internationally.  Three perspectives will be addressed, including macro, micro, and strategic elements necessary for successful global operations. […]

  • Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship (Section 2) [CRN 79620]

    The goal of this survey course is to prepare students for the world of entrepreneurship.  Broad principles will aid in understanding the context in which entrepreneurs operate (e.g., social, political, […]

  • Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship (Section 1) [CRN 77185]

    The goal of this survey course is to prepare students for the world of entrepreneurship.  Broad principles will aid in understanding the context in which entrepreneurs operate (e.g., social, political, […]

  • Global Environmental Politics [CRN 77146]

    We will follow cross-national and international contexts of environmental politics and policy, including global environmental institutions, such as the UN Environment Program, the World Bank, the Food and Agriculture Organization, […]

  • Comparative Asian Politics [CRN 79585]

    The course will spend five weeks each on India and China, focusing on their economic development; energy issues; forests and wildlife; water quantity and quality; trade balances and disputes; population; plans for growth; […]

  • Interdisciplinary Approaches to Globalization [CRN 79722]

    Globalization has a Janus-faced meaning, with one face looking forward and the other looking behind, as the Roman god Janus. Globalization is also an umbrella concept for a variety of […]

  • Health, Medicine, and Society [CRN 79564]

    It appears that everybody knows about health issues, thus the concept of health is very familiar to us. However many have never thought precisely what it really means and how […]

  • Social Problems [CRN 79580]

    Once, when trying to understand the basics of astronomy, I was told that discovering stars was rather simple, though what was truly difficult was to comprehend social problems and human […]

  • Literature of the Earth [CRN 79588]

    How are contemporary writers writing about place, about the earth on which they live and from which they write and speak?  How do they “map” familiar and unfamiliar places through […]

  • Modern Women Writers [CRN 79587]

    What does it mean to stand as a writer at a particular intersection of place and identity across many cultures? Reading novels, plays, poems, and non-fiction writing composed by contemporary […]


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