Middlebury

IGST0101

Intro to Intl & Global Studies

Introduction to International and Global Studies
This is the core course of the International and Global Studies major. It is an introduction to key international issues and problems that will likely feature prominently in their courses at Middlebury and study abroad. Issues covered will differ from year to year, but they may include war, globalization, immigration, racism, imperialism, nationalism, world organizations, non-governmental organizations, the European Union, the rise of East Asia, politics and society in Latin America, and anti-Americanism. 3 hrs. lect./disc.
Subject:
International & Global Studies
Department:
International & Global Studies
Division:
Interdisciplinary
Requirements Fulfilled:
CMP
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Fall 2016

IGST0101A-F16 Lecture
IGST0101W-F16 Discussion
IGST0101X-F16 Discussion
IGST0101Y-F16 Discussion
IGST0101Z-F16 Discussion

Fall 2015

IGST0101A-F15 Lecture (Herb, Stroup)
IGST0101W-F15 Discussion (Herb, Stroup)
IGST0101X-F15 Discussion (Herb, Stroup)
IGST0101Y-F15 Discussion (Herb, Stroup)
IGST0101Z-F15 Discussion (Herb, Stroup)

Fall 2014

IGST0101A-F14 Lecture (Fernandez, Herb)
IGST0101W-F14 Discussion (Fernandez, Herb)
IGST0101X-F14 Discussion (Fernandez, Herb)
IGST0101Y-F14 Discussion (Fernandez, Herb)
IGST0101Z-F14 Discussion (Fernandez, Herb)

Fall 2013

IGST0101A-F13 Lecture (Herb, Wyatt)
IGST0101W-F13 Discussion (Herb, Wyatt)
IGST0101X-F13 Discussion (Herb, Wyatt)
IGST0101Y-F13 Discussion (Herb, Wyatt)
IGST0101Z-F13 Discussion (Herb, Wyatt)