ANTH546 - GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP

This course will examine the concept of global citizenship as well as the challenges of realizing citizenship on a global scale. The course will focus more specifically on dilemmas associated with different approaches to addressing social problems that transcend national boundaries, including: eduational development; human rights; humanitarian aid; free trade; micro-finance initiatives; and the global environment movement. The course has two objectives: to explore research and theoretical work related to global citizenship, social engagement, and international development more generally; and to provide a forum for discussing ethical and practical issues that emerge within transnational social change efforts.
Section 401 - SEM - GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP
T 1200PM-0200PM
HALL, KATHLEEN