Faculty employ a variety of experientially-focused teaching methods in the classroom: games, role-playing activities, active learning, creative projects, collaborative learning, and flipped classroom methodology. Classes also incorporate traditional methods such as lectures, discussions, essays, and exams. These strategies help students engage with the course material and examine the course concepts from multiple angles. Our goal is to connect events and developments from the past with the modern world, providing students with a greater understanding of other cultures, enhanced cultural capital, and a stronger sense of global citizenship.