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Interested in learning more about the U.S.’s history of immigration, migrant workers, capitalism, and activism? Want to understand the racial, political, and religious components involved in the migration of groups from the Mediterranean to the U.S.? Curious about histories you may not have explored before – the lives of “ordinary” people (not royalty) during the Middle Ages? If so, check out the following courses offered through the Department of History this Spring 2020! (Course descriptions below, course flyers attached to this email)
HSTAA 290 Migrant Worker Histories: Racial Capitalism, U.S. Empire, and Migrant Labor Activism
M/T/W/Th 12:30 – 1:20
This course examines histories of migrant workers in the United States from the Civil War to the present to explore the...Read more
RESOLVING INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT THROUGH CULTURAL UNDERSTANDING
JSIS 478 B (SLN: 15567)
The past two decades of war in Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq, Darfur, Yemen and the Congo have revealed that war in the twenty-first century looks nothing like the state-to-state conflicts of World Wars I and II.
Resolving today’s conflict requires far more than mere military strength and technology. It requires understanding and addressing the complex cultural factors firstname.lastname@example.org underlying these conflicts.
While every culture has its own unique peculiarities, all cultures are...Read more
We are excited to announce the launch of on-line tutoring at the Center for Learning and Undergraduate Enrichment (CLUE) Writing Center for Spring 2020! This is part of our larger mission in Academic Support Programs to expand and increase access to our services.
For our pilot Spring Quarter the sessions will take place during normal CLUE hours (Sunday through Thursday from 7-11pm) and will be by appointment. Students can book appointments through our website beginning on March 30th.
We look forward to serving your students!
CEE will be offering CEE 298: A History of Civic Infrastructure in SPR20.
This course will have a “W by arrangement” option available for those who are interested. We are also looking into having it count for diversity credits. Please distribute as appropriate.
Please see the attached flyer for more information!
Early Fall Start Exploration Seminar 2020
August 22-Sept 18, 2020
Study comparative law and politics in Rome
- Learn about comparative legal culture– examine topics such as criminal justice, juvenile justice, freedom of religion and the rights of immigrants and refugees
- Meet prominent lawyers, judges, politicians, professors and human rights advocates
- Study Abroad with Professor Michael McCann (Political Science/LSJ , Walter Walsh (Law Scholl )and Sabrina Tatta (French...
- Days/Time/Location: MW 11:30 - 12:50 | KNE 210
- Instructor: Professor Sabine Lang
- Course description: Brexit, right wing populism, French President macron's push for stronger integration, Turkey's authoritarian turn, the fallout from the Euro debt crisis, tensions between some Eastern and Western EU member states, strained transatlantic relations...How do Europeans address these issues? What remains of the 'European Model'?