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  • SOC 366 Postsocialism: Economy, Culture, and Power in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union Professor Zsuzsa Gille MWF 1-1:50 259 English Building Description: What was state socialism and does it still affect what is happening in the former Soviet bloc? What...
  • Enroll in this two-semester course (Fall 2022 and Spring 2023) to help design a water distribution system for a rural community in Honduras by understanding and addressing the political, cultural, economic, educational, and mechanical influences on technical design. By working closely with...
  • Students will examine three propositions: (1) the existence of a global society; (2) the flaws of its principal, global institutions – the state, markets, and democracy; and (3) absent their reform, whether the global society is at risk. Course Information: Prerequisite: Instructor Approval...
  • This course examines the historical and contemporary transformations associated with globalization from the perspective of information as a core element of sociotechnical and political economic processes. Drawing on themes of empire, industrialization, big science and data, and ubiquitous...