GER290H1: Global Issues - German Contexts (E)

Hours: 
24S

The movement of cultural products, material goods, capital, people, ideas, and information across national borders has resulted in a new quality of global interdependency. The course explores the contemporary character of globalization patterns and problems as they bear on German-speaking contexts. Readings in globalization history and theory.

Prerequisite: 

none

Corequisite: 

none

Exclusion: 

none

Recommended Preparation: 

2.0 FCE of German language instruction in consultation with department

Distribution Requirements: 
Humanities
Breadth Requirements: 
Society and its Institutions (3)