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Voyage Label: Spring 2017

  • Individual and Family Development [CRN 27352]

    Students will explore the basic concepts, major theoretical frameworks, and tenets of life span human development from conception to death. The biological, psychological, intellectual, physical, and socio-cultural aspects of human […]

  • Urban Geography [CRN 27350]

    This course provides an introduction to urban geography as it can be observed in the era of globalization, exploring the complex relationships between people and the cities they inhabit. Most […]

  • Cultural Geography [CRN 27349]

    This course offers an introduction to the field of cultural geography, focusing on the key concepts of cultural production and cultural consumption, exploring the way these processes are important in […]

  • Economic Development [CRN 27345]

    Two‐thirds of the world population lives in “developing” countries under conditions incredibly different from those in the “developed” world. In this course we consider the question of what makes some countries rich […]

  • Issues in Environmental Economics [CRN 27348]

    This course examines economic issues in the consumption, allocation, and management of environmental resources. Students will learn the economic principles behind the management of the environment. In particular, we will apply the […]

  • Principles of Microeconomics [CRN 27338 Course] [CRN 27360 Recitation]

    Every society finds rules or systems for answering 3 fundamental economic questions: What should be produced?  How should those outputs be produced? and Who will get the outputs?  While many […]

  • Principles of Macroeconomics [CRN 27342 Course] [CRN 27364 Recitation]

    The principal focus of this course is on the behavior of entire economies – as opposed to the individual agents in the economy (consumers, households, and businesses) that were the focus […]

  • Literature of the Earth [CRN 27361]

    In this course we will read and write about the earth and nature from many perspectives: mythological and religious, historical and social, lyrical and scientific. Our extended ocean voyage away […]

  • Critical Studies of Popular Texts [CRN 27351]

    This course explores the crime fiction genre and prominent crime writers from various Asian and African countries in the 20th and 21st centuries. Specifically, the class will consider the historical, […]

  • Retailing [CRN 27347]

    Retailing involves the sale of products and services to customers. In the global marketplace, retailers are no longer constrained to a single country or format as they seek to expand […]

  • Reading Without Borders [CRN 27346]

    Reading Without Borders offers a course in contemporary world literature. The scope will be global, and will reflect both the continuing legacy of post-colonialism and the pervasive influence of globalization […]

  • Understanding Dance [CRN 27340]

    This course, designed for non-dance majors, will invite students to examine dance as an integral part of ritual as well as a performance art. Essays from the textbook will be […]

  • Seminar: Art History [CRN 27344]

    This seminar focuses on contemporary arts in Asia and Africa. The course will examine contemporary visual practices in these regions, considering both continuing historical as well as ground-breaking art forms. […]

  • Introduction to the Visual Arts (Section 2) [CRN 27341]

    This course will explore the development of visual arts, focusing on how certain visual concepts flourished specifically within Asian and African cultures. Probing aesthetic value systems as employed and molded […]

  • Introduction to the Visual Arts (Section 1) [CRN 27339]

    This course will explore the development of visual arts, focusing on how certain visual concepts flourished specifically within Asian and African cultures. Probing aesthetic value systems as employed and molded […]


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