Explores globalization and the social and cultural processes transforming local life throughout the world. Introduction to the impact of global capitalism, transnational culture and political flows, and the role of global non-government organizations in different regions. Topics include global capitalism, state power and sovereignty, diaspora ethnicity and migration, and the localization of transnational culture.
Satisfies a major requirement in Anthropology
Satisfies the Social-Scientific Thought distribution requirement.
(Not offered 2015-2016; offered in alternating years.)