Professor of World History and Director of the Commonwealth Honors Program
David Kalivas discusses the importance of global perspectives in education. Large, complex, interdisciplinary questions require engaged students who understand the interconnected forces in history.
Join him in conversations on how MCC engages students in global contexts and also how curriculum units in history, economics, literature, and sociology can be built around the theme of Ethnocentrism and Racism.
To view the videos, click on the link below:
History and Honors: Engaging Students in Global Contexts
Curriculum Modules: Video I and II
Conversations on Ethnocentrism and Race: Slavery and the Atlantic Slave Trade
The Conversation Continued