Winter 2024 Cool Courses
Over the last hundred years (or so), there have been numerous attempts to impose economic, political, military, and cultural frameworks in the name of peace, security, democracy, and development. Many of those attempts have led to disastrous consequences. This course will explore many of those efforts, as well as the interplay between structures and actors in various processes of international political economy. Learn how global forces structure the decisions of elite and popular sectors, as well as how political actors negotiate, contest, and transform global forces.
David Bachman, International Studies
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5 credits, SSc, W
This class addresses the global problem of global disinformation and examines issues such as content moderation on global internet platforms and how content moderation plays out in particular contexts. It will examine government policy and other initiatives meant to address dis/misinformation. And, it will examine a range of dis/misinformation actors from nation-state actors, to bots, to you and me.
Jessica Beyer, International Studies
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5 credits, SSc
Learn about the history of Western religious traditions, with primary attention to the Semitic religions – Judaism, Christianity, and Islam – including their ancient world background, with emphasis on basic conceptual and symbolic structures.
Mika Ahuvia, International Studies/Jewish Studies
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5 credits, SSc