2018-2019 Catalog

DWA 343 Junior Seminar: Transnationalism and Global Governance

Global governance: state, trans-state, and non-state approaches to international issues. "Global governance" describes state, trans-state, and local approaches to addressing issues which cross traditional nation-state borders. This class will study theories of global governance: what is global governance and how do we account for its increasing relevance? We will do so in the context of an exploration of a number of intersecting issues, including: human rights, economic development, migration, political transitions, post-conflict reconstruction, and global security. Open only to DWA majors with junior or senior standing.


4 units


DWA 101