Transcultural Problem Solving

Course Type: Lecture
Study Focus: KBR
Term: Fall

Teacher: Somdev VASUDEVA
Course Code: JK37005

This class is intended as a venue for students to explore transcultural methods to solve problems encountered in their research projects.

The focus is specifically a discussion of strategies to best analyze disparate research
results with specifically transcultural tools to arrive at a more complete understanding of transcultural phenomena.

Course Information

Module: Research and Advanced Studies
CATS Requirements: MA 1st year or above

Day/Period: Fri/2
Location: Sem. 11
Credits: 2

Course Goals

Students will be introduced to different styles of scholarship and different methods of transcultural analysis current in diverse fields. The aim is to familiarise students with topics of ongoing debate and to provide them with tools to meaningfully engage with newly emerging literature.

Course Schedule and Evaluation

For a detailed course schedule, please visit KULASIS.

In class, discussion and contextualization of the assigned readings (40%).One response paper to the discussions of the readings (30%). Homework (30%).