There is a growing faction in the academy arguing that education for global citizenship requires that students learn some "global history." Certainly our Political Economy major here at Berkeley has placed a lot of its chips on this bet. But is this argument true? What is the value of "global history" for the student and analyst of modern political economy issues, anyway?
- Chair, J. Bradford DeLong, UCB Economics
- Speaker, Alan Karras, UCB International and Area Studies
- Speaker, Mark Healey, UCB History and Latin American Studies
Location: Blum Hall Plaza Level
Time: 2:10-2:40: Panelists. 2:40-3:10: Discussion. 3:10-4:00: Reception.