What does World Literature have to do with Global Trade? On the surface, it seems like they are two completely different things. However, they are more connected than you think.
In order for works to be considered world literature, they have to be circulated on a global level, which requires a process of trade and exchange.
To help her 12th grade students understand this concept, Morse High School teacher, Sonja Taylor - who recently attended a global trade curriculum development workshop hosted by the San Diego CITD and Deputy Sector Navigator for Global Trade and Logistics (DSNGTL) - decided to invite guest speakers to her classroom to explain global trade and talk about the career potential of this field.