Modern Global History

Grades: 11–12
Time: 9 AM–12:30 PM
Session 2: July 8–July 19
Credit: Half-Credit
Phase: AC
Anticipated Instructor: Steve Fera
Cost: $650
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Modern Global History examines the consequences of the collapse of the Soviet Union and the rise of three major international themes: Globalization, the question of Human Rights, and the impact of and reactions to the role of the West, particularly the United States, in the post-Cold War environment. The collapse of the Soviet Union is marked as a key turning point in world history. This course uses a thematic approach to content delivery and relies heavily on inquiry and analysis of primary and secondary source documents. Learning from a variety of perspectives is a major focus of this course.