Global issues Through the European Arts


Investigates how artistic productions from different European traditions engage with and shape the world’s most pressing Global issues. Considers the socio-political and cultural context of such productions, their ideological orientation and limitations. Uses case studies on the transnational dimensions of migration and exile, unsustainable environmental development, financial and health inequality, sexual slavery and drug trafficking, gender equality and political conflicts.

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