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America's Role in the World

America's Role in the World

  • Dates: Sep 16, Sep 23, Sep 30, Oct 7 2019
  • Location: Bosler Memorial Library
  • Region: Carlisle
  • Address: 158 West High Street, Carlisle, PA 17013
  • Phone: (717) 243-4642
  • Time: 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
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What is America's role in the world today? How has it evolved or changed from the past? This course will explore America's role as it relates to the global community, where it stands today, how it has changed throughout history, and where it might be headed in the future.

Instructor Sherwood McGinnis has earned a Ph. D. in international studies and history, and spent 30 years in the United States Foreign Service, serving in the Middle East, Afghanistan, NATO, and the UN. He is an adjunct professor at Dickinson. This is the third Carlisle Institute course Sherwood has taught. His courses, The U.S., Russia, and The Middle East and Foreign Policy of the Trump Administration,  received rave reviews from attendees.

To register, contact the Library’s Information Services Department at 717-243-4642 ext. 2237.

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America's Role in the World