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Globalization: An Introduction

This seminar introduces graduate students in the MA program in Globalization to a range of theories, histories, concepts, and debates in contemporary globalization studies. Topics will span economic, political, and social dimensions, with particular emphasis on globalization as a series of long-standing, contested, and often contradictory processes. Specific topics include violence and warfare in the post-Cold War world,supranational ‘extrastatecraft,’ global cities, and environmental struggles.

GLOBAL ST 710

Globalization: An Introduction

Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): Graduate Term(s): Fall Offered?: Yes

This seminar introduces graduate students in the MA program in Globalization to a range of theories, histories, concepts, and debates in contemporary globalization studies. Topics will span economic, political, and social dimensions, with particular emphasis on globalization as a series of long-standing, contested, and often contradictory processes. Specific topics include violence and warfare in the post-Cold War world,supranational ‘extrastatecraft,’ global cities, and environmental struggles.


Peter Nyers

Associate Professor | Acting Director/Graduate Advisor of IGHC