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Voyage Label: Spring 2021

  • Slavery in the Americas

    The “peculiar institution” of slavery has greatly influenced the history and development of all of the Americas. That influence is widely felt today throughout, but especially in several of the […]

  • Revolutions in Latin America

    Revolutions are defined as relatively rapid and deep attempts to radically alter the nature of a region or country. They differ dramatically from liberal or merely progressive reforms in that […]

  • Ireland: Culture, Politics, Society and Nation

    The island of Ireland, roughly only the size of the American state of Maine, and with a population of just over six million, has had a disproportionate influence on the […]

  • Studies in Foreign Film: Global

    Cinema offers a unique window onto another culture, and Semester at Sea offers an unparalleled opportunity to experience first-hand what we are studying in class. In this course we will […]

  • Food as Medicine

    “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” – Hippocrates In this course, we will explore the function of food consumption patterns, individual foods, and specific food constituents […]

  • Health and Wellness (Section 2)

    This course will enable students to develop a foundational understanding of the dimensions of health and wellness including physical, emotional, intellectual, social, and spiritual, as well as the lifestyle behaviors […]

  • Health and Wellness (Section 1)

    This course will enable students to develop a foundational understanding of the dimensions of health and wellness including physical, emotional, intellectual, social, and spiritual, as well as the lifestyle behaviors […]

  • World Religions (Section 2)

    This course is an expansive survey of the religious traditions that inspired the civilizations that we will visit. Like the voyage itself, in addition to being a learning experience about […]

  • International Relations

    Perplexity is the beginning of knowledge. – Khalil Gibran, 1950   Students will learn about major events in international affairs post-World War II and the primary schools of thought for […]

  • Social Psychology

    Each person is unique, yet we all face similar questions when it comes to the human experience. What makes us happy and content? Why are we friends with some and […]

  • Abnormal Psychology (Section 2)

    This Abnormal Psychology course examines definitions of mental health and mental illness within and across cultural contexts. This course provides an overview and evaluation of historical and contemporary diagnostic systems, […]

  • Abnormal Psychology (Section 1)

    This Abnormal Psychology course examines definitions of mental health and mental illness within and across cultural contexts. This course provides an overview and evaluation of historical and contemporary diagnostic systems, […]

  • Global Studies (Section 2)

    The field of Global Studies explores transnational patterns of human experience across time and space, drawing on multiple disciplines and ways of knowing. Its aim is to better understand important […]

  • Global Studies (Section 1)

    The field of Global Studies explores transnational patterns of human experience across time and space, drawing on multiple disciplines and ways of knowing. Its aim is to better understand important […]

  • World History, 1500-Present

    The Making of the Modern World This course will cover a number of the most important forces shaping the modern, globalized world – including trans-global connections and migrations of people, […]


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