COMPSTD 3501: Humanitarianism in Question: U.S. Imperialism and Solidarity with Central America

Comparative Studies

Class Number: 32240
Campus: Columbus
Instructor: Katherine Borland
Terms offered: Spring


This course addresses questions related to the history, practices, institutional dimensions, impact, criticism, and function of humanitarian and philanthropic work. Students learn about relationships between donors and targeted communities, both domestically and abroad. Discussions reflect upon reasons for giving, the goals of the supported initiatives, and mechanisms for evaluating success.
Repeatable to a maximum of 6 cr hrs. GE cultures and ideas course


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