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GLI Electives Offered in Fall 2020

The courses listed in the sections below are GLI electives that are being offered at Stony Brook University in Fall 2020*, grouped by global area or issue. More classes can be used as electives for the GLI major/minor, subject to the approval of the Undergraduate Program Director, Andrea Fedi ( andrea.fedi@stonybrook.edu).

This list was updated as of April 22, 2020.

*Classes are subject to changes or cancellation until the beginning of the semester.

The first GLI core course will be introduced during the Fall 2020 semester.  
  • GLI 211 Perspectives in Globalization Studies and International Relations

A. Global Interaction Areas

AFRICA AND AFRICAN DIASPORA  

ASIA  

EUROPE  

  • FRN 300 and 400 level courses
  • GER 300 and 400 level courses
  • HIS 101 European History: From Antiquity to Revolution
  • HIS 102 Modern European History from 1789 to 1945
  • HIS 392 Topics in European History
  • HUI 231 Sex and Politics in Italian Cinema
  • HUS 255 Modern Spain
  • ITL 300 and 400 level courses
  • SPN 415 Hispanic Cultures in Contact
  • SPN 300 and 400 level courses

THE AMERICAS  

  • All courses in the current American Studies Major
  • HIS 214 Modern Latin America
  • HIS 380 Topics in Latin American History
  • HUS 254 Latin America Today
  • POL 214 Modern Latin America
  • SOC 364 Sociology of Latin America
  • SPN 300 and 400 level courses

MIDDLE EAST: NORTH AFRICA AND SOUTH-WEST ASIA 

  • AAS 212 Asian and Asian American Studies Topics in the Humanities

B. Global Issues Tracks 

HUMAN, CULTURAL, AND BIOLOGICAL MIGRATION: GLOBAL DIASPORAS AND ETHNICITIES 

GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY: ENVIRONMENT, WELL-BEING, ECONOMY, AND POLICY  

CULTURAL AND POLITICAL REPRESENTATION: ART AND MEDIA IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT 

INEQUALITIES: GENDER, RACE, AND CLASS IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT 

TRANSNATIONAL CORPORATIONS AND TRANSREGIONAL INSTITUTIONS: MARKETS, INSTITUTIONS, AND POLICIES