MLAS 540.001, Seminar on the Individual and Society: Globalization and Its Critics
Instructor: Surain Subramaniam
Term III June 8 - July 31; Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6:30 - 8:50 p.m.
Registration Call Number (CRN) 30073
“Globalization” is the term used to describe the scope and intensity of the interconnectedness of peoples, cultures, politics and economics at a global level, particularly in the wake of the technological and information revolutions of the post-Cold War world. This course will focus of three aspects of globalization: the political, economic and cultural. We will read works that argue both for and against the forces of globalization in each of these areas.