Local Contexts, Global Connect

COR 330
Description: In an interconnected world, what makes particular peoples or places unique? How do the forces of tradition and change play out in different local contexts? Each COR 330 section allows students, guided by faculty with relevant expertise, to gain in-depth knowledge of a particular people, culture, and/or region. Students generate their own questions about continuity and change as the global meets the local, and participate in a dialogue about the various topics studied in all COR 330 courses. For detailed descriptions of the individual sections of this course, cut and paste the following link into your browser: bit.ly/core-year-three

Prerequisite: Complete four 200-level Core courses

Not Offered This Semester

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