Surviving Globalization: The Global South and the Development Imagination

SOCIOL 647

Global Change entails a multiplicity of environmental, social, economic, political and cultural factors that create challenges for development. The Global South, a vital area of the world, has been entangled in this vortex of global change as both catalyst and conductor of an emergent globalizing modernity. The progress of globalization seems beset by multiple stressors, ranging from financial crises and global recession, to climate change, state and non-state conflicts, free ranging terrorist aggression, and global health scares. What are the odds then of surviving globalization? What role do our imaginations of development play in either creating crises or effectively responding to them? This course is the same as African & African American Studies 409 but with additional graduate level work. Instructor: Crichlow
Curriculum Codes
  • CCI
  • EI
  • SS
Cross-Listed As
  • AAAS 646
  • ICS 647
Typically Offered
Fall and/or Spring