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The programs listed are supported by the Center for International Studies (CIS).
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Embedded -- ANT 395: Anthropology of Collective Memory 2016 Derry, Ireland; Dublin, Ireland
Terms: Spring Break Description: Applications for this program are not handled by the Center for International Studies. In order to apply, you must enroll for the course. For more information, please contact: Brigittine French frenchb@grinnell.edu
Embedded -- CLS 395: Civil Identity in Ancient Greece 2016 Athens, Greece; Corinth, Greece; Delphi, Greece; Mycenae, Greece; Olympia, Greece; Patras, Greece; Sparta, Greece
Terms: Summer Description: Applications for this program are not handled through the Center for International Studies. In order to apply, you must enroll for the course. For more information, please contact: Monessa Cummins at cumminsm@grinnell.edu  
Global Learning Program 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark; Havana, Cuba; San Jose, Costa Rica
Terms: Spring/Summer Description:
Global Learning Program Tolerance and Intolerance Spring 2019 Berlin, Germany; Paris, France; Strasbourg, France
Terms: Summer Description: Course Description:   Contemporary Europe faces ongoing manifestations of intolerance in the form religious extremism, anti-Semitism, xenophobia, and outbreaks of violence against people of different beliefs and cultures. The present [...]
Global Learning Tutorial 2019: Disability in Society: Art, Architecture and Activism Kyoto, Japan; Osaka, Japan; Tokyo, Japan; Washington, D.C., United States
Terms: Spring/Summer Description: Led by Autumn Wilke, assistant dean for Disability Resources, Casey Oberlin, sociology, and Justin Thomas, theater and design, this course explores cultural repertories that shape identify and representation of disability, governmental ability to c onfer[...]
Global Learning Tutorial 2019: Global Medicinals Bristol, United Kingdom; Exeter, United Kingdom; Kyoto, Japan; London, United Kingdom; Osaka, Japan; Tokyo, Japan; Toyama, Japan
Terms: Spring/Summer Description: Led by Carolyn Lewis, history and gender, women's and sexuality studies, and Josh Sandquist, biochemistry, this course studies past, current, and future relationships between pharmaceutical and herbal medicines.
Global Learning Tutorial: The Origins of Liberal Education - Spring Break 2016 Florence, Italy; Madrid, Spain; Padua, Italy; Rome, Italy; Salamanca, Spain
Terms: Spring Break Description: Liberal education in the Old World This interdisciplinary course will offer first-year students an opportunity to reflect critically on the global heritage of the liberal arts and sciences. The travel portion of the class will take part in two perio ds:[...]
Global Learning Tutorial: The Origins of Liberal Education - Summer 2016 Mexico City, Mexico
Terms: Summer Description: Origins of Liberal Education: The New World This interdisciplinary course will offer first-year students an opportunity to reflect critically on the global heritage of the liberal arts and sciences. The travel portion of the class will take part [...]
Global Learning Tutorial: Tolerance and Intolerance: What is Enlightenment Today? 2016 Berlin, Germany; Paris, France; Strasbourg, France
Terms: Summer Description: Contemporary Europe seems to be facing a new wave of intolerance: religious extremism, anti-Semitism, xenophobia, and outbreaks of violence against people of different beliefs and cultures.  To counter this movement, there are public calls for a [...]