Close Menu
In-person options are back! Please note enrollment for in-person courses will require documentation of vaccination or an approved medical or religious accommodation, as well as adherence with Tufts' broader Covid-19 Protocols.
View Course Sections

Course Description

Review of progress and social problems associated with the development of globalization. Alternative interpretations of the core features of the world system. Exploration of specific issues including distribution of economic and political power, role of multinational businesses, movement of peoples, cultural flows, intersection of global and local, the negative features of globalization, global cities, "anti-global" social movements, and different models for reform.

Affiliated With:

  • School of Arts & Sciences