Facets of Globalization

 Exhibit on Main Floor, Spring 2008


Pictured below: Lindsay Treworgy, the main contributor to this exhibit
 
pose
 

In this exhibit, you will find...

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  •  What it would look like if the world were reduced to only a hundred people...
  •  The multiple dimensions of Globalization found throughout the world…
  •  Globalization and production illustrated via a cotton shirt purchased at a local Wal-Mart…
  •  How the spice trade is arguably the first manifestation of Globalization, and how the search for and acquisition of luxurious vegetation was a primary motivation for the exploration of our planet…
  •  How the Globalization of Harry Potter can be a fascinating modern development that illuminates the links between language, literature, and culture… AND…
  •  That  Kids to Kids International seeks to reach beyond language and link people on a global scale through children’s art.

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The following people contributed to this project:


Lindsay Treworgy, Caroline Hartzell, Brady Lucerno, and the Library Staff

Book donations came from:


Nancy Cushing-Daniels, Yasemin Akbaba, Nevena Todorova, James Baek, and Katharine Hickey

 

THANK YOU!

 

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