My honors thesis was entitled The Internet and International
It dealt with the reasons of the different access capabilities of nations
in the world and the potential effects of these differences.
My thesis is available on-line, be sure to check it out if you are interested. Comments will be greatly appreciated and seriously considered! (http://cs.smith.edu/~hargitta/Thesis)
In case you are interested in this issue, be sure to also check out my site WeacTies: World-wide Electronic Admixture of Cultures; The Internet's Effects and Sociology
I spent my junior year abroad. Here are a couple of words about the program in case you don't want to check out my Geneva Page. While in Geneva, I took social science classes at the University of Geneva's Faculty of Economic and Social Sciences, and its Humanities Faculty. The sociology courses ranged from topics about regional cooperation in various regions of Europe to media issues. I also took a painting course at the Fine Arts School of Geneva. The system there was very different from the one in the U.S., but on the aggregate I probably learned as much as during a year at Smith. It was an amazing mind-expanding experience. If you get the chance, study abroad for a while when in college.
If interested in studying abroad, check out my page devoted to the issue: Eszter's Study Abroad Pages
Going to a small liberal arts women's college was probably one of the greatest things to ever happen to me!
ARH100 Introduction to the History of Art - Smith
Art History Department, taught by the entire department, my section
Professor John Davis for first semester and Professor Craig
SOC311 Seminar - Contemporary Sociological Theory - Smith Sociology Department, taught by Professor Marc Steinberg
SOC/ARH Sociology of Art and Images - University of Geneva (Smith Junior Year Abroad Program) Art History Department, taught by Professor (of Sociology) Jean-Pierre Keller
SOC2?? Sex and Gender in American Society - Smith Sociology Department, taught by Professor Nancy Whittier
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