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2008 APSA Teaching and Learning Track Summaries—Track Twelve: Internationalizing the Curriculum II

  • Maqsood Choudary (a1), Angela Gail Narasimhan (a2) and Nancy Wright (a3)

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Recent technological changes, particularly in the field of communications, have brought the world much closer than ever in the history of humankind. These changes, sometimes called globalization, require a paradigm shift in our thinking, teaching materials, and methods of delivery. This quantum leap is required not only in the subfield of international relations, but rather in all subfields of political science. There is also a dire need to learn from each others' experiences and give new direction to our teaching subfields.

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1 Christopher Pallaris, Costigan's co-panelist from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, was unable to attend.

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