Article: The Radical Act of Thinking Globally — at Home
Posted by Generosity on March 26, 2019
How could thinking globally improve our abilities to understand our region and ourselves? And how might local-global thinking help us make progress together? Eric Hartman at Haverford College answers these questions in a brief piece he did for a Philly social good ‘zine that succinctly summarizes some of the relevance of global thinking to local places – specifically through an introductory course at Haverford.
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