Register for a Global Course this Summer

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Looking for a way to keep up on some extra credits this summer? Want to hear from people all over the world to deepen your knowledge of international perspectives? If yes, we encourage you to register for an online course taught by CGEE staff this summer!

These courses are taught by Augsburg CGEE faculty from Mexico, Central America, and Southern Africa and will also bring in a variety of guest speakers and unique voices from around the globe using our community connections in those countries. Several courses also fulfill LAF graduation requirements!

Courses taught during Summer Time 1 (May 10 – June 25):
Crisis in Nicaragua: U.S. Destabilization or a Democratic Movement? (4 credits, HIS 156)
Cross Culture Perspectives: Feminisms in the Americas (4 credits, CCS 495)
Global Competence Certificate (1 credit, INS 291)
Intercultural Communication (4 credits, COM 329)
Latin American Liberation Theologies and Social Change (RLN 336)
Mexican Cultures through Film (4 credits, credit give in either FLM 295 or FLM 495)
Spanish for Heritage Speakers I

Courses taught during Summer Time 2 (June 28 – August 13):
Apartheid, Mandela and Post-Apartheid Southern Africa (4 credits, HIS 195/387)
Citizen Participation within a Globalized Economy (4 credits, POL 310)
(Im)Migration, Gender and Social Change (4 credits, POL 357)
In the Aftermath of War: History, Memory and Transitional Justice in Central America (4 credits, WST 355/HIS 355)
Spanish for Heritage Speakers

Virtual Internships Summer 2021 dates: June 7 – August 13
Virtual Internships are available in multiple disciplines, virtual interns will be placed with an agency in Latin America. Spanish language is required.

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