GS 4200 - Globalization and Human Geography
This course examines human-environment relations under globalization from the lens of human geography. Core concepts of human geography such as scale, place, and identity will be used to examine current globalization trends, debates, and implications on human settlements and activities. Students will examine the interconnection of economics, politics, migration, culture, trade, settlement patterns and development at different scales through the lens of geography. The course will end with an analysis of current resistance responses and alternatives for the future.
NOTE: This course is not offered this term. Please refer to the annual schedule for Global Affairs to see the next time this course is offered.