Description: Focus on the relationships among local, regional, national, and transnational modes of political engagement in the context of national and transnational political and economic institutions. Explore crucial global challenges of our time such as human rights, war, democratic self-determination, poverty and inequality, climate change, food production, distribution, and security. Letter grade only.
Sections offered: Spring 2020
Prerequisite: FYS 111, FYS 121, FYS 131, FYS 141, SYS 211, SYS 221, SYS 231, or SYS 241 with associated Action Research Team