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1 Institute for Global Studies Student Handbook Transitional Handbook: August October 2006 Institute for Global Studies 214 Social Sciences th Ave South, Minneapolis, MN Main Office: Advising:

2 Requirements for All Global Studies Majors Major Format: Global Studies is comprised of 11 or more courses, which equal approximately 35 upper-division credits. All courses must be taken A-F and receive a grade of C- or better. In addition to the two core classes, students must complete two courses with the GloS designator. Additional coursework that reflects the student s thematic and regional concentrations is drawn from a variety of departments. Language courses centered on grammar, phonetics, mechanics etc. may not be included in the major credit total. Core Courses: GloS 3101 Theoretical Approaches to Global Studies Available Spring Semester Only GloS 3144 Knowledge, Power, and the Politics of Representation Available Fall Semester Only Students are encouraged to complete these core courses in the first two semesters of their major program. Thematic and Regional Concentration: All Global Studies Students must choose a theme and a region of concentration in the major. The requirements for the theme include one breadth course one ways of knowing course, and three electives relating to their theme. One breadth course and three electives are required for the regional concentration. See sections on themes and regions for a list of choices and course specifics. Language: In addition to their theme and region, each student must complete four semesters of a foreign language that is associated with the student s region of concentration. For example, a student who chooses Latin America as his/her region of concentration would most likely complete four semesters of language in Portuguese or Spanish. Courses that have been tested out of cannot fulfill this requirement. If the student s proficiency is high enough, he/she may take more than one course per semester in order to fulfill this requirement in a more expedient way. Experiential Learning: Each student is required to participate in study abroad, an internship, or the Foreign Language Immersion Program (FLIP). All students are strongly encouraged to study abroad in their region of

3 concentration, however it is not required. The study abroad MUST be a minimum of six weeks in length (such as a summer program). A May Session program will not fulfill this requirement. All internships used to fulfill this requirement must be pre-approved by the advisor and should be related to the student s thematic and/or regional area of concentration. Students are not required to receive credit for their internships, but they must submit a brief (1-2 page) summary of their experience to the undergraduate advisor which documents a minimum of 100 hours of work in the internship site. Major Project (GloS 3981W/3550V): The Major Project in Global Studies is a culmination of a student s work in the major. It provides an opportunity for students to focus the ideas, critical perspectives and knowledge from courses taken in the major, to deepen research and analytic skills, and to develop their writing ability. The project generally is a research paper of words (20-30 pages, double spaced). The topic must relate to the student's thematic and regional concentrations, though topics that reach beyond a single region are permitted. The instructor of the course will assist the student with developing their ideas and research plan, as well as indicate the method for grading the paper. Requirements for the Major Project: The topic must incorporate both the students thematic and regional concentration, but may extend beyond one region. Example: Governance, Peace & Justice Latin America Possible paper topics: Genocide in... Central America Voting violations in... Mexico & Senegal Race and Politics in... Brazil & Cuba Must be words in length. Must be completed in GloS 3981W/3550V or under the guidance of a University of Minnesota faculty member. If a student chooses to complete this independently, please see the advisor to discuss directed study options. *Students who are double majoring only need to complete one Senior Project.*

4 Honors in Global Studies All students contemplating honors should meet with an Honors Advisor in 115 Johnston Hall. The following requirements apply to those students who have already been accepted into Upper Division Honors. A. Complete the College of Liberal Arts honors graduation requirements. B. Complete a minimum of four (4) 3xxx-level honors opportunities after the 60th credit as specified below. At least two of the four must be honors classroom experiences. 1. A Global Studies (GloS) honors course. Students are encouraged to take either GloS 3144H or GloS 3101 H to fulfill this requirement. Please note that if you choose to take both, one will not count as an honors requirement! You may only count one GloS course towards your four honors requirements in addition to your senior thesis GloS 3550V. 2. A course outside of the Global Studies department (HSEM 3xxx). Students are strongly encouraged to take an upper-division (3xxx level) Honors Seminar (HSEM). These courses are listed each semester in the Class Schedule under Honors Seminar. This course needs to be related to your theme or region and will count as an elective in your Global Studies program. 3. Supervised Honors Research Project/Thesis (GloS 3550V). All Global Studies honors students must complete a research paper under the direction of a faculty member. The project/thesis is usually written in conjunction with GloS 3550V; other options may be discussed with the Global Studies honors representative. Candidates for the degree cum laude and magna cum laude must present a research paper of honors quality. For students graduating summa cum laude, a paper must be an honors thesis, and must be approved by a three-member faculty panel as being summa quality. A final oral examination is required for summa cum laude. 4. One additional honors opportunity, which may be either inside or outside the major. Most Global Studies students complete this through a study abroad or an internship opportunity.

5 Study Abroad in Global Studies It is highly recommended that students majoring or minoring in Global Studies study abroad, particularly in their region of concentration. Study abroad is an excellent opportunity to strengthen language skills, improve intercultural communication and understanding, and gain first-hand experience in your region of study. The Learning Abroad Center (LAC) at the University of Minnesota has a wide variety of options for study abroad and will assist you with financial aid, scholarships, and credit transfer. The LAC is located on the 2 nd floor of Heller Hall or may be contacted at or visit Considerations for Study Abroad: What type of program suits you best? Language intensive, internship/field study, or an exchange with a university? Do you want to improve your language skills in a language you are currently studying, or would you like to begin studying a new language? Where do you want to go? When will you go? How long will you study abroad? What are the costs? How do they differ from program to program, or region to region? Fulfill Global Studies Requirements while you study abroad: Through a study abroad program, you can fulfill your experiential learning requirement for Global Studies programs must be at least 6 weeks long. Fulfill your Global Studies language requirement of 4 semesters of a language spoken in the region you study. Fulfill region electives if you study abroad in your region of concentration. Fulfill theme electives if you study abroad outside of your region of concentration. Fulfill Liberal Education requirements or coursework for other majors or minors.

6 Theme Profiles Culture, Power, Place Students selecting this theme integrate humanities and social science perspectives on such phenomena as globalization, transnationalism, modernity, colonialism, nations and nationalism, ethnicity, and diasporic identities, by focusing attention on the ways that these both produce and are produced by cultural forms. Students are asked to think about the political nature of cultural processes, and about the ways in which these are simultaneously global and local, and they are asked, to think critically about the interrelated constitution of culture, power, and place. Students and faculty will together re-think the often assumed incarceration of culture in place, by focusing on its relationship to processes of colonialism and power, on the one hand, and, on the other, by examining borders and boundaries of culture, re-thinking it as a connecting 'flow' between places. Students who select this theme commonly design a program with courses from Anthropology, Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature, Art History, Humanities and Women s Studies. Environment and Sustainable Development This theme examines how global economic dynamics determine forms of raw material extraction and natural resource use and shape trajectories of environmental change; how development and macroeconomic programs affect people, societies and ecosystems across the world; and how grassroots and transnational social movements are attempting to articulate new visions of sustainable development, nature, and justice. Students who select this theme commonly design a program with courses from Geography, Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences, Public Affairs, and Ecology, Evolution and Behavior. Population, Migration, and Identity The goal of this theme is to provide students with a better understanding of processes of human population development, transnational migration, and the politics of identity in an increasingly interdependent world. This will involve an investigation of population growth, fertility, mortality and transnational labor and refugee migration in different parts of the world, and an examination of how these are engendered by and shape economic, social, political, cultural, and environmental change from the local to the global scale. Students who select this theme commonly design a program with courses from Geography, History, Political Science, Afro-American Studies, Chicano Studies, Sociology and Women s Studies.

7 International Political Economy This theme focuses on the study of economic relationships among governments, enterprises, societal groups, and communities from different countries. Students explore economic processes, the institutions that shape them, and local reaction to them. Global studies majors completing this theme take courses focused on the political, cultural, and social context in which these economic relationships unfold. Students who select this theme commonly design a program with courses from Economics, Applied Economics, Political Science, Geography and Sociology. Governance, Peace, and Justice in a Global Context This theme allows students to rethink traditional international relations. Course work addresses interstate relations as well as the ways in which such relations have been altered by the increasing role of non-governmental organizations, supranational organizations, and institutions of global governance. Students examine mechanisms promoting conflict resolution and cooperation in a global context. Through exploration of issues such as human rights, global studies majors completing this thematic concentration are encouraged to think about the ways in which governance, peace and justice are influenced by both local and global social, political, and cultural processes. Students who select this theme commonly design a program with courses from Political Science, Global Studies, Public Affairs, and Sociology.

8 Selecting Thematic Coursework Students in Global Studies have a great deal of flexibility in the type of coursework they include in their program, and IGS strongly encourages students to talk with an advisor and their professors about how to find courses that best suit their interests and their theme of concentration. Each theme has a total of 5 courses and at least 15 credits. Below, each theme s requirements are listed along with a group of courses they must choose from in order to fulfill the Ways of Knowing Requirement and Breadth Requirement for each theme. Use this as a guideline for selecting appropriate coursework. Important! Theme electives must meet the following requirements: 1. They CANNOT be focused on your REGION of study they can be either global in scope or focused on another region of the world. 2. They must be 3 4 credits. 3. They must be 3xxx level or above. 4. You may include GloS 3981W/3550V (senior paper) as one of your electives. Approved elective courses are made available at least 2 weeks before registration EACH semester. Please visit the IGS Advising office in 232A for a current copy of the list or the advisor for an electronic copy. Culture, Power, Place Coursework Ways of Knowing requirement: Choose 1 course - 3 credits Anth 3003 Cultural Anthropology Cscl 3115 Cinema and Ideology Csds 5301 Society, Ideology, and the Production of Art Theme specific breadth requirement: 1 course - 3 credits Glos 3602 Other Worlds: Globalization and Culture Electives: 3 courses 9 credits

9 Environment and Sustainable Development Coursework Ways of Knowing requirement : Choose 1 course 3 credits FR 3131 GIS for Natural Resources Geog 3531 Numerical Spatial Analysis Geog 3561 Principles of Geographic Information Science Theme specific breadth requirement: Choose 1 course 3 credits) Geog 3376 Political Ecology of North America Geog 3379 Environment and Development in the Third World GloS 3302 Debating Development : Contested Visions GloS 3301 Environment and Empire Geog 4002 Social Theory and the Environment Electives : 3 courses 9 credits Population, Migration, Identity Coursework Ways of Knowing requirement : Choose 1 course 3 credits Geog 3531 Numerical Spatial Analysis Geog 3561 Principles of Geographic Information Science Hist 3797 History of Population Pa 5301 Population methods and issues for the United States and Third World Theme specific breadth requirement : Choose 1 course 3 credits Geog 3381 Population in an interacting world Soc 3511 World population problems Electives : 3 courses 9 credits International Political Economy Coursework Ways of Knowing requirement : Choose 1 course 3 credits Geog 3531 Numerical Spatial Analysis Geog 3561 Principles of Geographic Information Science OMS 2550 Business Statistics Pol 3085 Quantitative Analysis in Political Science

10 Theme specific breadth requirement (3 credits) ApEc 3007 Applied Macroeconomics: Policy, Trade, and Development Econ 3041 The Prospective World Economy Econ 4401 International Economics Geog 3331 Geography of the World Economy Pol 4889 Governments and Global Trade and Money Electives: 3 courses 9 credits Governance, Peace, and Justice Coursework Ways of Knowing requirement : Choose 1 course 3 credits Anth 3003 Cultural Anthropology Pol 3085 Quantitative Analysis in Political Science Other statistics course (see Global Studies Advisor) Theme specific breadth requirement : Choose 1 course 3 credits GloS 3401 International Human Rights Law Pol 3835 International Relations Pol 3873 Global Citizenship and International Ethics Pol 4485 Human Rights and Democracy in the World Electives : 3 courses 9 credits

11 Selecting Regional Coursework When planning regional coursework, students must take 1 breadth course that examines the region as a whole, and 3 region electives. Elective courses can often be completed through study abroad programs. For a list of region electives, visit the IGS Advising Office. Below are the approved breadth courses for each regional concentration. European Regional Concentration: 4 courses 12 credits Region specific breadth requirement (Choose 1 course, 3 credits) Geog 3161 Europe: A Geographic Perspective Hist th Century Europe From the End of WWII to the End of the Cold War Pol 3451 Politics and Society in the New Europe Three regional electives (3 credits each) Russian Regional Concentration: 4 courses 12 credits Region specific breadth requirement (Choose 1 course, 3 credits) Geog 3181 Russia and its Environs Hist 3637 Modern Russia: From Peter the Great to the Present Three regional electives (3 credits each) African Regional Concentration: 4 courses 12 credits Region specific breadth requirement (Choose 1 course, 3 credits) Afro 3141/Geog 3141 Africa Afro 3432/Hist 3432 History of Africa, 1800-present Pol 4478 Contemporary Politics in Africa and the Colonial Legacy Three regional electives (3 credits each) Latin American Regional Concentration: 4 courses 12 credits Region specific breadth requirement (Choose 1 course, 3 credits) Geog 4121 Latin America Hist 3401 Early Latin America to 1825

12 Hist 3402 Modern Latin America 1825 to present Pol 4479 Latin American Politics Span 3512 Modern Latin American Civilization Three regional electives (3 credits each) East Asian Regional Concentration: 4 courses 12 credits Region specific breadth requirement (Choose 1 course, 3 credits) Hist 3461 Introduction to East Asia I: The Imperial Times Hist 3462 Introduction to East Asia in Modern Times Geog 3211 Geography of East Asia Three regional electives (3 credits each) South Asian Regional Concentration: 4 courses 12 credits Region specific breadth requirement (Choose 1 course, 3 credits) Anth 3023 Society and Cultures of India Hist 3488 Genesis of Modern India Hist th Century India Three regional electives (3 credits each) Middle Eastern Regional Concentration: 4 courses 12 credits Region specific breadth requirement (Choose 1 course, 3 credits) Hist 3505 Survey of the Middle East GloS 3940 Introduction to Middle Eastern Studies Three regional electives (3 credits each)

13 Minor Programs in the Institute for Global Studies There are two different kinds of minors that students may complete in the Institute for Global Studies: an Area Studies minor or a Global Studies minor. They each offer different types of coursework. Please see the descriptions below to see which best matches up with your interests. The Global Studies Minor The Global Studies minor offers students the opportunity to complete both of the Global Studies core courses, giving them a strong theoretical foundation in Global Studies. In addition to the core courses, students take 1 thematic breadth course, 1 regional breadth course, and 1 elective that may be drawn from either the student s theme or region. Students complete a total of 5 courses equaling 17 credits. Students must pass all courses with at least a grade of C- or better. There is no language requirement. Some coursework may be completed through study abroad. Ask an IGS advisor how to complete minor requirements through study abroad. The Area Studies Minor In an Area Studies minor, students complete coursework that focuses on one region of the world. IGS offers Area Studies minors in East Asia, South Asia and the Middle East, Latin America, Europe, and Russia. African Area Studies minors are offered through the department of African American and African Studies. Students complete a total of 5 courses equaling 15 credits. Courses must be drawn from a minimum of three different departments and receive a C- or better. The language requirement for Area Studies minor programs is: Latin America Required completion of 1004 in Spanish or Portuguese East Asia Required completion of 3022 in Chinese, Japanese or Korean Russia Required completion of 3002 in Russian Europe Required completion of the 4 th semester of an approved European language South Asia & Middle East Recommended that all students complete the 4 th semester of Arabic, Hindi, Hebrew or Turkish Students often can complete many of the area studies or language courses for these minors through an approved study abroad program. Ask an IGS advisor for more information.

14 Global Studies Minor Coursework Required Courses: GloS 3101 GloS 3144 Theme Breadth Course (pick 1 course from any of the following themes): Culture, Power, Place GloS 3602: Other Worlds: Globalization and Culture Population, Migration and Identity Geography 3381 Populations in an Interacting World Soc 3511 World Population Problems International Political Economy ApEC 3007 Policy, Trade and Development Econ 3041 Prospective World Economy Econ 4401 International Economics Geog 3331 Economic Geography Pol 4889 Governments, Global Trade and Money Governance, Peace & Justice GloS 3401 International Human Rights Law Pol 3835 International Relations Pol 3873 Global Citizenship and International Ethics Pol 4485 Human Rights and Democracy in the World Environment and Sustainable Development Geog 3376 Political Ecology of North America Geog 3379 Environment and Development in the Third World GloS 3302 Debating Development : Contested Visions GloS 3301 Environment and Empire Geog 4002 Social Theory and the Environment Region Breadth Course (pick one course from any of the following Regions): Europe Geog 3161 Europe: A Geographic Perspective Hist th Century Europe From the End of WWII to the End of the Cold War Pol 3451 Politics and Society in the New Europe Russia Geog 3181 Russia and its Environs Hist 3637 Modern Russia: From Peter the Great to the Present

15 Africa Afro 3141/Geog 3141 Africa Afro 3432/Hist 3432 History of Africa, 1800-present Pol 4478 Contemporary Politics in Africa and the Colonial Legacy Latin America Geog 4121 Latin America Hist 3401 Early Latin America to 1825 Hist 3402 Modern Latin America 1825 to present Pol 4479 Latin American Politics Span 3512 Modern Latin American Civilization East Asia Hist 3461 Introduction to East Asia I: The Imperial Times Hist 3462 Introduction to East Asia in Modern Times Geog 3211 Geography of East Asia South Asia Anth 3023 Society and Cultures of India Hist 3488 Genesis of Modern India Hist th Century India Middle East Hist 3505 Survey of the Middle East GloS 3940 Introduction to Middle Eastern Studies East Asian Studies Minor Course Requirements (15 credits) Area Studies Minor Coursework Hist 3461 Introduction to East Asia I: The Imperial Times Hist 3462 Introduction to East Asia in Modern Times Two approved upper division humanities courses on East Asia or a single East Asian society. Approved upper division social science course on East Asia or a single East Asian society. European Area Studies Minor Course Requirements (15 credits) Geog 3161 Europe A Geographic Perspective Hist 3707 Social History of Modern Europe Two approved upper division humanities courses on Europe or a single European society. Approved upper division social science course on Europe or a single European society.

16 Latin American Area Studies Minor Course Requirements (15 credits) LAS/Geog 4121 Latin America LAS/Hist 3401 Early Latin America to 1825 or LAS/Hist 3402 Modern Latin America 1825 to present Two approved upper division humanities courses on Latin America or a single Latin American society. Approved upper division social science course on Latin America or a single Latin American society. Russian Area Studies Minor Course Requirements (15 credits) Russ 3421 Literature: Middle Ages to Dostoevsky in Translation or Russ 3422 Literature: Tolstoy to Present in Translation. Hist 3636 Conquest, Colonization, and Centralization: The History of European Russia, ca. 700 to ca or Hist 3637 Modern Russia: From Peter the Great to the Present Geog 3181 Russia and its Environs or Pol 4471 After Communism: Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States Approved upper division humanities course on Russia or Central Asia. Approved upper division humanities or social science course on Russia or Central Asia. South Asian/Middle Eastern Area Studies Minor Course Requirements (15 credits) Approved upper division humanities course on South Asia or the Middle East. Approved upper division social science course on South Asia or the Middle East. Approved upper division course from a different department then the two previous courses on South Asia or the Middle East. Two approved upper division humanities or social science courses on South Asia or the Middle East. African Area Studies: Area studies on Africa are not offered through the Institute for Global Studies. If interested in an African Studies minor, students should contact the department of Afro-American and African Studies.

17 Individualized Degree Programs The following information is only for students who have chosen to design their own major through either BIS, IDIM, or ICP programs. Students may choose to complete a concentration in either Global Studies or Area Studies. Please meet with an IGS advisor to determine which of these is the best concentration to complete your overall individualized degree program. The Area Studies Concentration East Asia Glos 3144 Knowledge, Power, and the Politics of Representation EAS/Hist 3461 Introduction to East Asia I: The Imperial Times EAS/Hist 3462 Introduction to East Asia in Modern Times approved upper division Humanities courses on East Asia 1 approved upper division Social Sciences course on East Asia Europe GloS 3144 Knowledge, Power, and the Politics of Representation Geog 3161 Europe: A Geographic Perspective Hist th Century Europe From the End of WWII to the End of the Cold War 2 approved upper division Humanities courses on Europe 1 approved upper division Social Sciences course on Europe Latin America GloS 3144 Knowledge, Power, and the Politics of Representation LAS/Geog 4121 Latin America LAS/Hist 3401 Early Latin America to 1825 or LAS/Hist 3402 Modern Latin America 1825 to present 2 approved upper division Humanities courses on Latin America 1 approved upper division Social Sciences courses on Latin America Russia GloS 3144 Knowledge, Power, and the Politics of Representation Russ 3421 Literature: Middle Ages Dostoevsky in Translation or Russ 3422 Literature: Tolstoy to Present in Translation

18 Hist 3636 Conquest, Colonization, and Centralization; The History of European Russia Circa 700 to Circa 1700 or Hist 3637 Modern Russia: From Peter the Great to the Present 1 approved upper division Humanities course on Russia 1 approved upper division Social Sciences course on Russia South Asia or Middle East GloS 3144 Knowledge, Power, and the Politics of Representation 1 approved upper division Humanities course on South Asia or Middle East 1 approved upper division Social Sciences course on South Asia or Middle East 1 approved upper division course from a different department than the previous courses. 2 approved upper division courses in either humanities or social sciences on South Asia or Middle East The Global Studies Concentration Core Courses (Choose 1 course 4 credits) GloS 3101 Theoretical Approaches to Global Studies GloS 3144 Knowledge, Power, and the Politics of Representation Theme Breadth Courses (3-6 credits) Choose from one of the themes below: Culture, Power, Place (3 credits) GloS 3602 Other Worlds Globalization & Culture Environment & Sustainable Development (3 credits) Geog 3376 Political Ecology of North America Geog 3379 Environment & Development in the Third World GloS 3302 Debating Development : Contested Visions GloS 3301 Environment & Empire Geog 4002 Social Theory & the Environment Governance, Peace & Justice (3 credits) GloS 3401 International Human Rights Law

19 Pol 3835 International Relations Pol 3873 Global Citizenship and International Ethics Pol 4485 Human Rights and Democracy in the World International Political Economy (3 credits) ApEc 3007 Applied Macroeconomics: Policy, Trade, and Development Econ 3041 The Prospective World Economy Econ 4401 International Economics Geog 3331 Geography of the World Economy Pol 4889 Governments and Global Trade and Money Population, Migration & Identity (3 credits) Geog 3381 Population in an Interacting World Soc 3511 World Population Problems Region Breadth Course (3 credits) Choose from one of the regions below: Africa Afro 3141/Geog 3141 Africa Afro 3432/Hist 3432 History of Africa, 1800-present Pol 4478 Contemporary Politics in Africa and the Colonial Legacy East Asia Hist 3461 Introduction to East Asia I: The Imperial Times Hist 3462 Introduction to East Asia in Modern Times Europe Geog 3161 Europe: A Geographic Perspective Hist 3707 Social History of Modern Europe Hist th Century Europe From the End of WWII to the End of the Cold War Pol 3451 Politics and Society in the New Europe

20 Latin America Geog 4121 Latin America Hist 3401 Early Latin America to 1825 Hist 3402 Modern Latin America 1825 to present Pol 4479 Latin American Politics Span 3512 Modern Latin American Civilization Russia Geog 3181 Russia and its Environs Hist 3637 Modern Russia: From Peter the Great to the Present South Asia Anth 3023 Society and Cultures of India Hist 3488 Genesis of Modern India Hist th Century India Middle East Hist 3505 Survey of the Middle East GloS 3940 Introduction to Middle Eastern Studies Electives (3-12 credits) In addition to GloS 3101/3144 students must incorporate one additional course carrying a GloS designator. All courses must be pre-approved. This is a general guideline as individual cases are unique, students should always consult a Global Studies advisor before making course selections.

21 Student Resource Page IGS Contact Information: Main Office: 214 Social Sciences Building Advisor: 232A Social Sciences Building Peer Advisor: 232A Social Sciences Building Other Helpful Contacts: CLA Social Sciences Community 575 Heller Hall Learning Abroad Center 230 Heller Hall Career and Community Learning Center (Scholarships, Internships, Career Resources) 135 Johnston Hall

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