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Voyage Label: Fall 2013

  • International Negotiation and Conflict Resolution

    People around the globe confront a host of contentious problems whose substance is often further complicated by cross-cultural misunderstandings and the lack of a single shared language. Some of these […]

  • Women in Literature: Contemporary Women’s Voices of the Atlantic Rim

    Twenty-first century women write to define their identities, to participate in enduring debates, and to evolve from the past and speculate about the future. They write to explore the world, […]

  • Introduction to Creative Writing

    In this class, students will explore various creative writing strategies, techniques, structures, materials, and the basic elements of craft for writing fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. In addition to reading short […]

  • Travel Writing (section 1)

    Pack your notebook and be prepared for an intensive course in how to write about travel for several different audiences, in several different forms. Beginning with Vagabonding: An Uncommon Guide […]

  • Travel Writing (section 2)

    Writing about encounters is an excellent way for the traveler to process all that happens along the way. As you sort through recollections and find the right words to express them, you […]

  • World Literature

    World literature studies and investigates both individual writers and the broader influences and movements that surround and connect them in a global context. As our world has become more interconnected, the stories that […]

  • Global Business Ethics (field lab in Cadiz)

    This Global Comparative Lens course on business ethics and social responsibility will be taught from a multi-disciplinary, as well as a multi-cultural perspective. Topics to be covered will include ethical […]

  • International Financial Management

    This upper division seminar will introduce business students to the fundamentals of international finance. Topics to be covered include an introduction to the global financial environment, foreign exchange theory and […]

  • International Marketing (section 1)

    Examines the concept of global marketing and the institutions, literature, managerial processes, models and/or frameworks, strategies, tactics, and theories related to marketing in the global arena. The impact of international […]

  • International Marketing (section 2)

    Examines the concept of global marketing and the institutions, literature, managerial processes, models and/or frameworks, strategies, tactics, and theories related to marketing in the global arena. The impact of international […]

  • Foundations of International Business

    An introduction to the field of international business through an examination of the practice and theory of international business, focusing on managerial, operational, strategic, ethical, and environmental factors. The student […]

  • Medical Anthropology

    Medical Anthropology provides an overview of evolutionary, epidemiological, and cross-cultural perspectives on disease, curing, and health care systems.  We will discuss such concepts as who gets sick, what causes illness, […]

  • Introduction to Anthropology

    Anthropology is a broad comparative approach to studying humankind that focuses on contemporary cultures and societies throughout the world.  It provides a way of understanding both similarities and differences across […]

  • Anthropology of Food

    In this course we will explore the numerous factors that influence what and how we eat.  Topics to be discussed include human food needs in evolutionary perspective, hypothesized ancestral diets, […]

  • World Geography (field lab in Antwerp)

    World Geography is a survey course designed to acquaint undergraduate students with a variety of geographic, historic, environmental, demographic, religious and economic characteristics of various areas of the world. The objectives […]


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