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Voyage Label: Spring 2021

  • Disability across the Lifespan and Culture

    “Disabled or Differently Abled.”  Joe Dodson As a society, it is inherent upon us to support people with disabilities to live a full, inclusive, and productive life. This course will […]

  • Comparative Education

    This course will examine comparative and international education in a global and research context, with emphasis on the 11 countries we visit during the Spring, 2021 Semester at Sea voyage. […]

  • Educational Psychology

    In today’s complex, technology-driven society educators around the globe are challenged as they seek to understand how to support and teach children and youth to learn to the best of […]

  • Intermediate Creative Writing: Nonfiction

    What makes a story worth telling, and what compels others to listen? In this creative nonfiction workshop, we will explore answers to these questions through four primary means: reading creative […]

  • Intermediate Creative Writing: Fiction

    What inspiration can travel offer fiction writers? Much in fact! Visiting new places, immersing yourself in the people and cultures, exploring the geographical and sociopolitical landscapes, absorbing the colors, textures, […]

  • Introductory Cultural Anthropology (Section 2)

    As a discipline, cultural anthropology takes what appears on the surface to be strange and exotic and leads us beneath the surface to discover a shared humanity. The result is […]

  • Introductory Cultural Anthropology (Section 1)

    As a discipline, cultural anthropology takes what appears on the surface to be strange and exotic and leads us beneath the surface to discover a shared humanity. The result is […]

  • Food and Society

    Food & Society explores the cultural influences on nutrition and food choices with an emphasis on traditional foods and cuisines of the countries visited on our Semester at Sea voyage. […]

  • United States Foreign Policy

    However beautiful the strategy, one should occasionally assess the results. – Winston Churchill   Students will learn about the foundational issues that influence contemporary U.S. foreign policy. They will learn […]

  • International Security

    “I hope that none of you think that we shall be going to war for a trifle.” – Pericles   Students will be immersed in the foundational literature in the […]

  • Topics in Comparative Religions (Focus: Comparative Conceptions of Religious Experience)

    This course explores traditional and scientific perspectives on the problem of the significance, definition, and interpretation of religious experiences from “speaking in tongues” and mystical visions, to meditative trance states, […]

  • World Religions (Section 1)

    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 […]

  • Leadership and Organizational Behavior

    This course will familiarize you with the field of Organizational Behavior (OB). Organizational Behavior is based upon disciplines such as psychology, sociology, anthropology, social psychology, and political science. Cross-cultural perspectives […]

  • Global Encounters in Art (Section 1)

    (Religious Symbolism in the Art of Ancient and Indigenous Cultures)  This course will focus on iconography as visual language for religious expression and story-telling. Students will “read” and analyze the […]

  • Global Encounters in Art (Section 2)

    (Religious Symbolism in the Art of Ancient and Indigenous Cultures) This course will focus on iconography as visual language for religious expression and story-telling. Students will “read” and analyze the […]


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