Linked below are the official course outlines for the GINS courses for Fall 2018.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.

Course Number Course Title  Instructor 
GINS 1000 Global History C. Sobers
GINS 1010 International Law and Politics S. Burges
GINS 1020 Ethnography, Globalization and Culture M. Kamari Clarke
GINS 1100 Global Development P. Heidrich
GINS 2000 Ethics and Globalization M. Steckley
GINS 2010 Globalization and International Economic Issues R. Nikzad
GINS 2020 Global Literatures M. Chakravorty
GINS 3010 Global and International Theory D. Long
GINS 3020 Places, Boundaries, Movements and Global Environmental Change M. Steckley
GINS 4090 A Honours Seminar: Globalization and Food M. Steckley
GINS 4090 B Honours Seminar: Political Economy of Extractive Industries in the Developing World P. Heidrich
GINS 4090 C Honours Seminar: Democracy in the Middle East M. Petrou