Course outlines Fall 2019
Linked below are the official course outlines for GINS courses.
We aim to post updated syllabi that have room changes for lectures and/or tutorials as soon as possible. Students are encouraged to check Carleton Central for final confirmation of room locations, should there be discrepancies between the outlines here and on Carleton Central.
|GINS 1000||Global History||C. Sobers|
|GINS 1010||International Law and Politics||J. Ramasubramanyam|
|GINS 1020||Ethnography, Globalization and Culture||L. Cochrane|
|GINS 1100||Global Development||P. Heidrich|
|GINS 2000||Ethics and Globalization||M. Steckley|
|GINS 2010||Globalization and International Economic Issues||P. Heidrich|
|GINS 2020||Global Literatures||M.C. Allard|
|GINS 3010||Global and International Theory||S. Saideman|
|GINS 3020||Places, Boundaries, Movements and Global Environmental Change||R. Behringer|
|GINS 4090 A||Evaluation of Projects and Programs||L. Cochrane|
|GINS 4090 B||Democracy in the Middle East||M. Petrou|
|GINS 4090 D||Globalization and Food||M.Steckley|