Great Lakes Colleges Association

Strengthening Education in the Tradition of the Liberal Arts

Global Liberal Arts Alliance

Course Possibilities for 2018-19

The faculty members teaching the courses listed below would like to offer their course as a Globally Connected Course in the 2018-19 academic year and are looking for a course partner from an Alliance institution. If you are interested, please contact the instructor to explore the possibility. Please see the Global Course Connections page for information on how to submit a proposal Ito offer a Globally Connected Course.

If you would like to have a course you teach included in the list below, please complete the Course Description Google Form.

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Courses for Fall 2018

Women's Agency and Activism in Latin America (Span. 495), Fall 2018
Maria Claudie Andre, andre@hope.edu, Hope College
Through the lenses of economics, politics, sociology, gender and cultural studies, students will learn how women's and feminist movements, ideas, legal actions, and activist strategies have the capacity to transform law and institutions, society, and the relationship between governments and citizens in various regions of the world. Among other topics, the course will address: income and social inequality, women's reproductive rights, environmental feminisms, and violence against women and femicide. Students will also learn how most social movements led by women rely on visual arts, music, and literature as means to gain agency and acquire the most basic human rights. [Expected enrollment: 15]

 

Courses for Spring 2019

Languages

Language instruction offers an excellent opportunity for a Globally Connected Course. The longest running course connection has been between German courses at the American University in Bulgaria and Denison University. German is not the native language for students on either campus, so they have the same sets of challenges. Since language courses are sequenced, there is also the opportunity for students to have several connected courses together and to get to know each other.

School German French Spanish Arabic Japanese Chinese English Latin Italian Russian
Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane X X X X    
Albion College X X X X
Allegheny College X X X X X X    
American College of Greece X X X X  
American University in Bulgaria X X X              
American University in Cairo X X
American University of Beirut                    
American Univesity of Nigeria X X X    
American University of Paris   X 
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Antioch College X X X        
Ashesi University College   X         X      
Bratislava International School of Liberal Arts X      
Denison University X X X X X X        
DePauw University X X X X X X X X
Earlham College X X X X X X X      
Effat University X X          
FLAME University X X X   X          
Forman Christian College                    
Franklin University Switzerland X X X  
Hope College X X X X X X    X    X
International Christian University X X X X X X X   X X
John Cabot University                    
Kalamazoo College X X X X X X   X    
Kenyon College X X   X X  X  X   X  X X  X 
Lingnan College   X X   X X      
Oberlin College X X X X X X X X X
Ohio Wesleyan University X X X X X X X X X  
Wabash College X X X X X X  
The College of Wooster X X
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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)