- Taught by Leading Journalists, Historians, and Authors
- Focuses on Issues Behind Today’s News
- Provides a Stimulating Environment for Discussion
If you are interested in current events, these courses will allow you to gain an in-depth and more contextualized understanding of today’s critical issues. This includes historic background, when appropriate, as well as an analysis of the actors and stakeholders affecting outcomes. Join your contemporaries for lively discussion and intellectual stimulation.
This Spring, study from anywhere in the world in the safety and comfort of your home through online or remote instruction.
This course will contextualize current global news and politics with both historic and forward-looking perspectives.
Examine the unfolding policy, political, legislative, public opinion, and messaging dimensions of the incoming Biden-Harris administration.
Examine fake news: its history, the business reasons for it, its international and domestic cultural and political impact, and its future.
The course will address the presidential election, which will determine not only national leadership but the direction of the US political system.
Held directly before and after the presidential inauguration, this course examines the basic principles of government and political science.
Taught by a former Mexican foreign minister, this course explores how the relationship between nationalism and nostalgia impacts American politics.