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Course information provided by the Courses of Study 2021-2022.
This graduate seminar seeks to familiarize students with some of the most recent takes on transnational history that have emphasized the experiences of individuals and groups whose lives were affected by mobility across political boundaries. An explicit aim of the seminar is to use these border-crossing lives as a way to develop a critique of conventional areas studies frameworks and to explore the possibilities of imagining (geographically and otherwise) a different world (or multiple different ways of organizing global space). Since most of the readings will concentrate on the pre-nineteenth century world, the seminar will also offer students tools to rethink conventional narratives of the rise of a globalized world that tend to emphasize the second half of the nineteenth century as the birth of the global world. Globalization, this course will demonstrate, was happening long before most accepted narratives assert.
When Offered Fall.
Regular Academic Session. Combined with: ASRC 6132
Credits and Grading Basis
4 Credits Graded(Letter grades only)
Class Number & Section Details
- M White Hall B06
- Aug 26 - Dec 7, 2021
Bassi Arevalo, E
Instruction Mode: In Person
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