Great Lakes Colleges Association

Strengthening Education in the Tradition of the Liberal Arts

Global Liberal Arts Alliance

2017-18 Globally Connected Courses

Fall 2017

Storytelling, Josh Searle-White, Psychology, Allegheny College
Freshman Composition, Emilienne Akpan, English Language and Literature, American College in Nigeria

Roma, Gypsies, Travelers, Ian MacMillen, Russian and East European Studies, Oberlin College
Bulgarian Government and Politics, Emilia Zankina, Political Science, Amerian University in Bulgaria

Intermediate French I: Perspectives on French and Francophone Cultures, Krastanka Bozhinova, Arts, Languages, and Literature, Amerian University in Bulgaria
Intermediate French I, Aletha Stahl, French and Francophone Studies, Earlham College

Italian I, Laura Orsi, Modern Languages, Franklin University Switzerland
Italian I, Anna Moni, English and Modern Languages, American College of Greece

Introductory German I, Laura Oreggioni, Modern Languages and Literatures, Franklin University Switzerland
German I, Katharina Weiss, English and Modern Languages, American College of Greece

Intermediate German: Perspectives on German-Speaking Cultures, Diana Stantcheva, Modern Languages - German, American University of Bulgaria
Germany’s Young Generation, Gabriele Dillmann, Modern Languages - German, Denison University

Global Governance, Katsuhiko Mori, Politics and International Studies, International Christian University
The Politics of Climate Change, Salil Benegal, Political Science, DePauw University

Peace, Conflict & Reconciliation in Post-Apartheid South Africa, Deirdre Johnston, Communication, Hope College
Narratives of Peace, Conflict & Justice: Transition in Post-Apartheid South Africa, Dagmar Kusa, Political Science, BISLA
Radicalism & De-radicalization in Pakistan, Raheem ul Haque, Centre for Public Policy and Governance, Forman Christian College

Development Economics, Stephen Armah, Business Administration, Ashesi University
Latin American Development, Luis Villanueva, Economics, Denison University

COMM 360 Persuasion, Jayson Dibble, Communication, Hope College
MCOM 201 News Reporting, Adeel Aamir, Mass Communication, Forman Christian College

FYS Know Your Place: Civic Humanism & Community Engagement, Tania Boster, Bonner Center, Oberlin College
Community Engagement through Service-Learning, Constance Chan, Office of Service Learning, Lingnan University

DANC 227 The Choreograrpher I, Balinda Craig-Quijada, Dance, Drama, Film, Kenyon College
DANC 304 Choreography, Priya Joshi, Fine and Performing Arts, FLAME University

 

Spring 2018

The Artist in World Literature, Angela Flury, English, DePauw University
The Artist in World Literature, Sanna Dhahir, Humanities, Effat University

Representations of Mental Illness in African Literature: From Colonialism to the Contemporary Period, Ernest Cole, English, Hope College
Representations of Mental Illness in African Literature: From Colonialism to the Contemporary Period, Adam Waterman, English, American University in Beirut

Migration and Citizenship, Taku Suzuki, International Studies, Denison University
Refugees in the 21st Century, Chryssa Zachou, Sociology, Amerian College of Greece

Mathematical Modeling, Brian Yurk, Mathematics, Hope College
Mathematical Modeling, Renu Dhadwal, Physical and Natural Sciences, FLAME University

Introduction to International Politics, Dane Imerman, Political Science, Denison University
International Business, Nellie El Enany, School of Business, American University in Cairo

Intercultural Communication, Susan Wilson, Communication and Theatre, DePauw University
Media, Culture, and Society, Anam Muzamill, Mass Communication, Forman Christian College

World Literature 215: What is a World? & English 255: Topics in Literary Studies, David Alvarez, English, DePauw University
Introduction to English Literature, Kunal Ray, Humanities and Languages, FLAME University

Freshman Composition, Emilienne Akpan, English Language and Literature, American College in Nigeria
Basic Writing Skills, Fahad Aftab, English Language and Literature, Forman Christian College

Worlds of Islam, Marcus Pyka, History, Franklin University Switzerland
History of Islam, Ibra Sene, History and Global & International Studies, The College of Wooster

 

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Great Lakes Colleges Association

Strengthening Education in the Tradition of the Liberal Arts

The Great Lakes Colleges Association
535 West William. Suite 301
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103

+1.734.661.2350 (voice)
+1.734.661.2349 (fax)