This interdisciplinary course will explore the cultures, histories, and ideas of one or more regions of the world as well as dynamics of interaction between them. Students will be exposed to a very wide range of disciplinary approaches to this topic and learn how to engage critically in an interdisciplinary dialogue within this field. Topics will vary depending on the instructors. Prerequisites: Anchor I. Cross Listings: CONSVTY 239, FRENCH 285, HISTORY 260, PHILOS 232, SPANISH 285.