EGC 303 - Representations & Power
This course examines from multiple disciplinary perspectives the relationships between global power inequalities and cultural representations as found, for example, in media reports, museums, National Geographic, films, tourist experiences, and photographs. Students critically examine commonplace assertions about global cultural differences in order to become better global citizens through work, travel, and educational endeavors throughout life.
Prerequisites: Junior Standing and CO2 course
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (4-0)
Notes: This course is the equivalent of TS2R 407; credit will be given for only one of these courses.
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