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This course explores the notion that the past IS the present. Students explore what it means to live in a truly globalized, interconnected world, and what the implications of this are for their lives and the life of society and the planet.

Students examine the impetus to create colonial empires, the movement away from foreign rule toward independence, and the impacts to current day that nations have faced due to colonial pasts. This course asks students to look simultaneously to the past, present, and future, gaining skills as historians and social scientists.

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