UCOR 2000: The Emergence of the Modern Global System (2018-2019)

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This course uses a “networks of exchange” approach to explore how the contemporary modern global system was formed, with special emphasis on the history and patterns of human inequality that mark today’s societies. It also highlights social forces that have challenged and alleviated inequality. As a Common Curriculum course at Seattle Pacific University, this course asks how we as Christians should live in a world that is both deeply divided and globally interwoven. It also asks what we can learn from those times and places in the past when the Christian vision for equality has broken through patterns of injustice and introduced reconciliation into contexts of inequality.

Term CRN Credits Instructor(s) Days Time Dates Location Open
Autumn 6149 5 Darrell Allen
M,W
Final: W
5:00PM-7:00 PM
5:00PM-7:00 PM
09/24-11/30
12/05-12/05
Demaray Hall 356
Demaray Hall 356
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Restrictions: Freshman students are excluded.
Grade Modes: (Default) Normal Grading
Instructional Methods: Traditional
Note: Full Term