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Voyage Label: Fall 2013

  • Global Music (field lab in Accra, day 2)

    This course presents an introduction to the study of the world’s music through close examination of various music traditions found in the port countries of our itinerary.  Our investigation will […]

  • Introduction to Comparative Politics (field lab in St. Petersburg, day 1)

    This course will introduce students to the basic concepts and theories employed in the comparative study of politics and regimes. We will identify, compare, and analyze the core cultures, the […]

  • Global Business Ethics (field lab in Cape Town)

    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 […]

  • The West and the Rest (field lab in Takoradi)

    This course considers the development of the West since the 15th Century C.E and its subsequent interaction with the cultures of Asia, Africa and the Americas. In particular, we will […]

  • World Geography (field lab in Le Havre)

    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 […]

  • Marine Biology (field lab in Cape Town)

    This course is an exploration of life in the saltwater ecosystems of oceans and estuaries.  Major topics include physiological and behavioral adaptations for living in marine habitats, classification of marine […]

  • Catherine Raleigh

    Originally from New York State, Catherine Raleigh received her B.A. in Political Science, with a focus in Globalization Studies, from Siena College. Passionate about international study and cultural exploration, Catherine […]

  • Samba Dancing in Rio

    Spend the day exploring the samba, a music and dance with roots in the West African slave trade that has become closely associated in minds and hearts with the famous […]

  • Whales and Sharks in Hermanus

    From the port of Cape Town, we will travel south to Hermanus, visiting a penguin colony along the way.  Hermanus is a small coastal town and home to some of […]

  • Wine Production: Management, Business Ethics and Social Responsibility

    South African wines are gaining an increasing share of the global wine market. We will visit Backsberg Wines Estate and Nelson’s Creek Wine Estate to learn about wine production and […]

  • Cape Coast Slave Dungeons and Forts

    This field experience will visit two of the most important slave depots in West Africa thorough which millions of slaves were sent to the New World.  Guided by native interpreters,  […]

  • Abrahamaic Traditions of Casablanca (2)

    The study of religion stands on the two legs of “text” (which we will study in class) and “context” (which we’ll see and experience in the field). This lab provides a […]

  • Abrahamaic Traditions of Casablanca (1)

    The study of religion stands on the two legs of “text” (which we will study in class) and “context” (which we’ll see and experience in the field). This lab provides a […]


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