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Voyage Label: Fall 2018

  • World Drama [CRN 81204]

    This class will examine the nature of performance and how performance reflects and reveals the culture in which it exists. The course will examine a range of theatrical traditions, practices, […]

  • Human Origins and Variation [CRN 81185]

    There are three things that make humans distinct from every other species on our planet: walking upright; our total dependence on tools; and our ability to speak. This course will […]

  • Introductory Cultural Anthropology (Section 2) [CRN 79503]

    Anthropology is the study of humankind. This course will introduce students to the four subfields of anthropology: archaeology; cultural; physical/biological; and linguistics. Materials will emphasize the holistic nature of the […]

  • Introductory Cultural Anthropology (Section 1) [CRN 77120]

    Anthropology is the study of humankind. This course will introduce students to the four subfields of anthropology: archaeology; cultural; physical/biological; and linguistics. Materials will emphasize the holistic nature of the […]

  • Reading Without Borders [CRN 79586]

    Students in Reading Without Borders examine texts and films that consider what it is like to live in border communities. The reading and screening list is designed to impart a […]

  • Modern Women Writers [CRN 79587]

    Students in Modern Women Writers examine the role of writing as salvific art revealed in twentieth- and twenty-first century literature composed by diverse women around the world, but especially women in […]

  • Principles of Finance [CRN 81221]

    This course is designed to provide students with an overview of financial markets and institutions, analysis and valuation of securities, and investigation of financial management techniques.  The course includes many […]

  • Financial Markets and Institutions [CRN 79594]

    This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of how financial markets and institutions operate within the overall framework of the domestic and global economies. A primary focus […]

  • Comparative Economic Systems [CRN 77133]

    This course will survey the economic systems of the world.  We start with developing analytical models to compare economic systems. Then we perform a brief historical survey of the evolution […]

  • Biological Diversity [CRN 79616]

    Our world is in a period of unprecedented environmental change, primarily as a result of human modification.  This course will examine the causes and consequences of one of the most pressing […]

  • Exploring World Music (Section 2) [CRN 81242]

    Global aspects of music and its meaning with connections to the environment, sound, and world cultures. This survey course attempts to gain a deeper understanding of a society by studying […]

  • Intercultural Communication [CRN 77122]

    We live in a global world.  Regardless of where you reside, your course of study or your intended career, you will be working and living with people who have different […]

  • Coastal Environmental Ecology [CRN 77195]

    Coastal ecosystems form the interface between the land and ocean and support more than half of the planets human population as well as some of the most productive and diverse […]

  • Oceanography (Section 2) [CRN 77188]

    The world’s oceans influence our climate and provide important resources and ecosystem services for virtually all living things on earth. Unfortunately, our oceans are also being drastically altered through disruption […]

  • Journalism, Peace, and War [CRN 81252]

    Whether at war or in peace, one constant around the globe is the threat of political violence, more commonly called “terrorism.” Terrorism also goes beyond politics to encompass culture, ideology, […]


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