Government, Globalization and World Affairs
This course takes a historical and comparative approach to the study of how nation states have reacted to, and dealt with, the effects of globalization. As the economies of countries around the world have become increasingly intertwined, so governments have been forced to adapt in order to survive and prosper. Our course takes an in-depth look at how countries such as the United States, Britain, Russia, and China have fared in the new globalized world. We will also look at how ordinary people have been affected by, and have reacted to, globalization. Throughout the course, issues of ethnicity, gender, class, and age will be to the fore as we strive to discover how the world came to be as it is today.
Course will run Monday - Thursday for approximately two hours in the morning and two hours in the afternoon. Exact class times to be determined.
Faculty: Michael Paul, Ph.D.
Class Location: TBD
July 8 - July 25, 2019
Students entering grades 10, 11 & 12
Application Deadlines for 2019:
A Day in the Life...
8:00 am - Breakfast
12:00 pm - Lunch and social time
5:00 pm - Dinner
9:00 pm - Social Event in the dormitory