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HIST 1055 Globalization I (Fall: 3 )


Course Description

"Globalization" is a fairly new term for the world-wide connections that are diminishing the significance of traditional geographical, cultural, and political boundaries. Global connections have increased rapidly in the past half-century, but global convergence has been a powerful force during the eight centuries covered by this survey. The year-long course examines three kinds of globalization: commercial, cultural, and political. While recognizing the Western world's expansiveness as a key force for globalization, the course gives extensive attention to how people from other continents have also been major agents in initiating, promoting, and resisting globalizing forces.


Instructor(s): The Department

Prerequisites: None

Cross listed with:

Comments: Followed in the spring semester with HIST1056


Last Updated: 22-Feb-17