INTL-I 325 INTERNATIONAL ISSUES THROUGH FOREIGN LANGUAGES (1 CR.)
This seminar will examine an international issue through a foreign perspective. Course readings and discussions will be conducted in a foreign language at an advanced level. The seminar's objective is to expose participants to global problems utilizing non-U.S. sources.
1 classes found
|LEC||1||23846||Open||5:30 p.m.–6:20 p.m.||R||WH 114||Meredith C
Regular Academic Session / In Person
LEC 23846: Total Seats: 10 / Available: 2 / Waitlisted: 0Show Details for section 23846
- TOPIC: Food Security Issues in Spanish
- Above class taught in Spanish
- See associated, optional 3-credit class offered in English: INTL-I 302 #22054 Food Security in Global Perspective
- Above class meets In Person. For more information visit https://covid.iu.edu/learning-modes/index.html
Topic: Food security issues/spanish
Topic: FOOD SECURITY ISSUES in SPANISH. This course reflects on topics related to food security in various Latin American contexts. Our main goal is to develop our Spanish language skills by reading about and discussing in Spanish topics covered in INTL-I 302. Our time each week will be divided between two objectives: 1) outlining and discussing the week¿s INTL-I 302 content, and 2) commenting critically on various case studies and cultural products that address these themes throughout Latin America.