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1.

The Forgotten Space

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The sea is forgotten until disaster strikes. But perhaps the biggest seagoing disaster is the global supply chain, which - maybe in a more fundamental way than financial speculation - leads the world economy to the abyss. This essayistic, political documentary follows container cargo aboard ships, barges, trains and trucks, listening to workers, engineers, planners, politicians, and those marginalized by the global transport system. We discover the most sophisticated expression of the belief that the maritime economy, and the sea itself, is somehow obsolete.
DVD
2010
Clemons (Stacks)
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Mondovino

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A documentary on the impact of globalization on the world's different wine regions. Filmmaker Jonathan Nossiter travels to France, California, Italy and New York, speaking with winemakers both large and small. The film offers a look at how business concerns and the homogenization of tastes around the world are changing the way wine is being made. Nossiter's primary focus is on American vintners and their new degree of worldwide acceptance as well as French wine makers who are struggling to maintain a more traditional approach in the wake of a rapidly shifting business climate.
DVD
2005; 2004
Clemons (Stacks)
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The New Rules of the Game

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The new rules of the game tracks the explosive growth of the new world economy from the 1992 presidential campaign to the present. Examining the promise and the perils of the global economy, the film focuses on the story of President Bill Clinton's embrace of free trade, the threat of global contagion, the sometimes violent debate over globalization, and the issues facing the Bush administration and the United States in the 21st century. It tackles the impact of free trade on the developing world and on Americans, the sometimes perilous effects of globalized economies, and the critical questions for the future- including the challenge of bringing the world's poor into the era of global growth.
DVD
2003
Clemons (Stacks)
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Instant-Mix Imperial Democracy: Buy One, Get One Free

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Arundhati Roy challenges Americans to reclaim democracy and resist the U.S. war machine and engages in a discussion with Howard Zinn. In Come September, Roy speaks about the U.S. government's war on terror, globalization, and the misuses of nationalism.
DVD
2004; 2002
Clemons (Stacks)
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Morristown: In the Air and Sun = En el Aire y el Sol

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Chronicles nearly a decade of change in Morristown, Tennessee, through interviews with displaced or low-wage Southern workers, Mexican immigrants, and workers and families impacted by globalization.
DVD
2007
Clemons (Stacks)
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The Corporation

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The Corporation charts the spectacular rise of the corporation as a dramatic, pervasive presence in our everyday lives. With a deft mix of humor, visual panache and seriousness, this documentary is a timely, entertaining critique of global conglomerates.
DVD
2005; 2003
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The New Rulers of the World: A Special Report

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John Pilger looks at how globalization has increased the gap between the very rich and the very poor. In particular he looks at Indonesia as an example of how globalization and corrupt government has thrown millions of people into poverty and how multinational corporations support the abuse of these poor workers in sweatshops.
DVD
2001
Clemons (Stacks)
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Future of the U.S. Workforce

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A program containing two panels, each discussing various aspects of the future of the U.S. workforce in the 21st century including technology, evolving labor markets, globalization, education, outsourcing and labor law reform. Each panel takes about one hour, with a series of individual presentations each about 10 minutes long, followed by a question and answer session. Secretary Chao delivered the keynote speech at the end of the program.
DVD
2006
Clemons (Stacks)
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Antonio Negri: A Revolt That Never Ends

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Documentary that profiles the life of university professor, Antonio Negri, a leading spokesperson for the international anti-globalization movement.
DVD
2004
Clemons (Stacks)
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Life and Debt

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Jamaica became an independent country from Great Britain in 1962. It is the land of sea, sand and sun ... but it is also a prime example of the complexities of economic globalization on the world's developing countries. Effectively portrays the relationship between Jamaican poverty and the practices of international lending agencies while driving home the devasting consequences of globalization.
VHS
2003; 2001
Ivy (By Request)
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The New Rulers of the World: A Special Report

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Examines the ways in which globalization has increased the gap between the very rich and the very poor. In particular he looks at Indonesia as an example of how globalization and corrupt government has thrown millions of people into poverty and how multinational corporations support the abuse of these poor workers in sweatshops.
VHS
2001
Ivy (By Request)
13.

The Economics of Happiness

Economic globalization has led to a massive expansion in the scale and power of big business and banking. It has also worsened nearly every problem we face: fundamentalism and ethnic conflict; climate chaos and species extinction; financial instability and unemployment. There are personal costs too. For the majority of people on the planet, life is becoming increasingly stressful. We have less time for friends and family and we face mounting pressures at work. The Economics of Happiness describes a world moving simultaneously in two opposing directions. On the one hand, an unholy alliance of governments and big business continues to promote globalization and the consolidation of corporate power. At the same time, people all over the world are resisting those policies, demanding a re- [...]
Online
2014; 2011
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Matamoros - the Human Face of Globalization

This video reveals the alarming environmental and human toll of NAFTA, the free trade agreement of the Americas, initiated by the U.S. government, on the border-town, Matamoros, Mexico.. Through NAFTA, U.S. companies are encouraged to build factories in border-towns like Matamoros, escaping tough pollution control laws, labor standards, and taxes that pay for social and environmental needs. The people of Matamoros, attracted by the promise of employment, suffer low wages, inadequate housing, poor sanitation and disease, revealing the true human face of globalization..
Online
2016; 2001
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Fire in the Blood

Fire in the Blood tells the true story of how Western pharmaceutical companies and governments blocked access to low-cost AIDS drugs in Africa and the global south in the 1990s -- leading to the preventable deaths of at least ten million people -- and how a remarkable coalition of people came together to stop them. Shot on four continents and featuring contributions from global figures such as Bill Clinton, Desmond Tutu, and Joseph Stiglitz, the film offers devastating insights into the lethal decisionmaking process that led to this humanitarian catastrophe. And it shows how, if not for the passion and tactical ingenuity of a group of courageous and relentless activists, millions of more people would have died. The result is a gripping look at corporate greed, government collusion, t [...]
Online
2016; 2013
16.

Big Men

The film’s central story follows a small group of American explorers at Dallas-based oil company Kosmos Energy. Between 2007 and 2011, with unprecedented, independent access, Big Men’s two-person crew filmed inside the oil company as Kosmos and its partners discovered and developed the first commercial oil field in Ghana’s history...Simultaneously the crew filmed in the swamps of Nigeria’s Niger Delta, following the exploits of a militant gang to reveal another side of the economy of oil: people trying to profit in any way possible, because they’ve given up on waiting for the money to trickle down...So what happens when a group of hungry people discover a massive and exquisitely rare pot of gold in one of the poorest places on earth?
Online
2017; 2014
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Warren Buffett: Investing Forever

Explore the celebrated career of Warren Buffett, one of the world’s richest people thanks to his disciplined approach to buying and selling companies. Learn how Buffett modified the strategy of his mentor, Ben Graham, by searching out high-quality companies with a competitive advantage, or “moat.”
Online
2018; 2016
18.

Great Decisions 2001: 1-4

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Presents four U.S. foreign policy cases based on U.S. foreign policy issues analyzed in the Great decisions briefing book published annually by the Foreign Policy Association.
VHS
2001
Ivy (By Request)
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The Middle East in the 21st Century: Challenges of Peace and Globalization

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Mr. Fahmy, Egypt's ambassador to the U.S., speaks about the slow progress in achieving peace in the Middle East and the impact of globalization in that region. There have been wars in the Middle East every 12 1/2 years, and peace efforts have been made since 1967. The main issues are the return of Arab territories in exchange for the security of Israel, normalization between the Arabs and Israelis, and the self-determination of the Palestinians. There is now global pressures on the political leaders to achieve peace.
VHS
2000
Ivy (By Request)
20.

Food, Demographics and Culture [electronic resource]

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Demonstrates how studying the production and consumption of food allows historians to uncover hidden levels of meaning in social relationships, understand demographic shifts, and trace cultural exchange. Examines the earliest impact of globalization including changing cuisine, environmental impacts, and the rise of forced labor as a global economic force. Candice Goucher discusses the fear that consumption of exotic and genetically modified foods disrupts the order of nature.
Online
2004