jueves, 15 de agosto de 2013

CLASS THREE: The past, international relations and globalizacion. What is new? Cristobal Colón and Asia

These are the readings recommended for this session. Read introduction and conclusions for the three of them and chose six main ideas on them. Write them on the comments to this blog entry, together with your name and twitter user.





  1. -  De Angelis. F (Ed.). 2013. Regionalism and globalism in antiquity. Exploring their limits. Leuven: Peeters.
  2. - Van den Berg H.F., Gluchowska, L. (Eds.) 2013. Transnationality, Internationalism and Nationhood. European Avant-Garde in the First Half of the XX Century. Leuven: Peeters.
  3. - Dickenson C.P., Van Nijf. (Eds.) 2013. Public Space in the Post Classical City. Leuven: Peeters.



We will watch the following video for debate in class: The world of Cristobal Colon. We will end up the class adresssing the politics of substances that nowadays generates as much wealth as spices brought to the medieval spice dealers.












We end up the class adresssing the politics of substances that nowadays generates as much wealth as spices brought to the medieval spice dealers. The difference is that it also generates sorrow for this particular case. Rodrigo Canales addresses The deadly genius of drug cartels in this video




Rodrigo Canales is an associate professor of organizational behavior at the Yale School of Management. There, he researches the role of institutions in entrepreneurship and economic development. More specifically, he focuses on how individuals can change organizations and systems--how their backgrounds, professional identities and roles affect how they relate and act in business.
Canales teaches the core MBA course on innovation at Yale, sits on the steering committee of the Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values at MIT and advises several startup companies in Mexico. He earned his MBA and Ph.D. from the MIT Sloan School of Management.