Great Lakes Colleges Association

Strengthening Education in the Tradition of the Liberal Arts

Global Liberal Arts Alliance

2018-19 Global Course Connections Courses

Basic Writing Skills ENGL 101, Nadia Iftikhar, English Language and Literature, Forman Christian College 
Freshman Composition I (WRI 101), Emilienne Akpan, English Language and Literature, The American University of Nigeria

Gender Politics: Women's Agency and Activism in Latin America, Claudia Andre, Modern and Classical Languages, Hope College
Escritoras y prensa siglo XIX, Alexandra Astudillo, Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades, Universidad San Francisco de Qito

ANT-0251 – GÉNERO y SEXUALIDAD, María Amelia Viteri, Department of Anthropology, Universidad San Francisco de Quito
Women in a Global Society, Annie Dandavati, Political Science/Women and Gender Studies, Hope College

German for Business Culture , Gabriele Dillmann, Modern Languages, Denison University
Topics in German Language, Literature, and Film, Diana Stantcheva, Modern Languages and Arts, The American University in Bulgaria

PLSC 312 Theories of Comparative Politics, Ryan Brasher, Political Science, Forman Christian College
PLSC 312 Theories of Comparative Politics, Joseph Sun, Political Science, Forman Christian College
POL 151 Introduction to Global Politics, Virginia Beard, Political Science, Hope College

Performance as Political & Social Act, Katerina Nikolopoulou, Theatre Arts, American College of Greece
Transnational Social Movements, Jennifer Johnson, Sociology, Kenyon College

MLL 215 Intermediate French I: Perspectives on French and Francophone Cultures, Krastanka Bozhinova, Arts, Languages, and Literature, American University in Bulgaria
FREN 201 Intermediate French I, Pierrette Sansone-Bares, French and Francophone Studies, Earlham College

The Birth of Medieval Europe: from Constantine to the First Crusade, Fabrizio Conti, History and Humanities, John Cabot University
European Integration, Matthew Schoene, Anthropology & Sociology, Albion College

Private Stories, Public Stories: Personal Narratives in Social/Historical Perspectives, Chryssa Zachou, Sociology, American College of Greece
Oberlin History: Community-Based Learning & Research Practicum, Tania Boster, Bonner Center & History, Oberlin College

Politics of Development, Mohammad Vaqas , Ali, Sociology, Forman Christian College
Sociology of Development , Michelle, Mood, Politcal Science & Asian Studies, Kenyon College

Improvisation, Marcela Correa, Performing Arts , Universidad San Francisco de Quito
Advanced Modern Dance, Balinda Craig-Quijada, Dance, Drama, Film, Kenyon College

Sociolinguistics, Muhammad Abdullah, English, Forman Christian College
Sociolinguistics, Melpomeni Ilkos, English and Modern Languages, American College of Greece

Topics in German Language, Literature, and Film

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Great Lakes Colleges Association

Strengthening Education in the Tradition of the Liberal Arts

The Great Lakes Colleges Association
535 West William. Suite 301
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103

+1.734.661.2350 (voice)
+1.734.661.2349 (fax)