Area Studies Websites
Africa: Courses for the undergraduate major count for Global Studies if they meet the two area studies requirements.
Asia: Courses taught in English count for Global Studies if they meet the two area studies requirements.
Latin America: Courses for the undergraduate major count for Global Studies if they meet the two area studies requirements.
Middle East: Courses for the undergraduate major count for Global Studies if they meet the two area studies requirements.
Eastern Europe: Courses labeled RUES or SLAV count for Global Studies if they meet the two area studies requirements.
Western Europe: Courses for the undergraduate major count for Global Studies if they meet the two area studies requirements.
Indiana University has compiled a list of full-text electronic journals for Global Studies. UNC students can access these journals via the University Libraries e-Journal Finder.
Since 2003, Critical Half, the bi-annual academic journal of Women for Women International, has presented various perspectives on economic, social, and political issues as they relate to women in international development and conflict and post-conflict societies. The journal aims to raise awareness and spark debate among a variety of audiences about the importance of women’s participation in development and reconstruction, and to discuss the unique contributions that women can make to these processes.
A journal of transnational affairs
Globalizations seeks to publish the best work exploring new meanings of globalization, bringing fresh ideas to the concept, broadening its scope, and contributing to shaping the debates of the future. The journal is dedicated to opening the widest possible space for discussion of alternatives to a narrow economic understanding of globalization. The move from the singular to the plural is deliberate and implies skepticism of the idea that there can ever be a single theory or interpretation of globalization. Rather, the journal will seek to encourage the exploration and discussion of multiple interpretations and multiple processes that may constitute many possible globalizations, many possible alternatives. The journal is open to all fields of knowledge, including the natural, environmental, medical, and public health sciences, as well as the social sciences and humanities. Globalizations will especially encourage multidisciplinary research and seek to publish contributions from all regions of the world.
The Globalization Research Network is a consortium of research centers whose mission is to conduct collaborative activities among its members and others in globalization areas of scholarly and public concern. These activities include theoretical and applied research and public education.
New Global Studies is the first journal to approach contemporary globalization as a whole, and across disciplinary lines. It draws from history, sociology, anthropology, political science, and international relations to study the past and present of today’s globalizing process. Topics include the patterns and local effects of economic globalization, global media networks, preservation of the global environment, transnational manifestations of culture, and the methodology of global studies itself. New Global Studies is an essential resource: a single journal for those who are interested in global affairs and the contemporary history of globalization, both broadly and in depth.
Published by the International Studies Student Association of Indiana University
Burch Field Research Seminars offer some of the most adventurous, hands-on, off-campus educational experiences in the world. They showcase the relationship between faculty research and undergraduate education by combining traditional course work with active, experiential learning. A changing roster of seminars is offered each year in destinations both foreign and domestic.
The Center for Global Initiatives is a catalyst for the innovative work of faculty and students at the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill. Formerly known as the University Center for International Studies (UCIS), the Center for Global Initiatives is entrepreneurial and nimble in its approach to fostering initiatives that deepen knowledge and understanding of our complex world.
As the largest and oldest school at UNC-Chapel Hill, the College of Arts and Sciences forms the core of the Carolina experience: an unsurpassed liberal-arts education within a world-class research university.
Great Decisions is a national program administered by the Foreign Policy Association (FPA). The FPA is a nonpartisan, nonprofit, non-governmental institution that helps Americans gain a better understanding of significant world issues. UNC uses the same lecture topics as the national Great Decisions program but typically gives the lectures a more specific focus. The lecture series is held every spring as GLBL 381.
UNC’s Languages Across the Curriculum (LAC) Program integrates the study and use of languages into the mainstream curriculum of the College of Arts and Sciences.
The Office for Undergraduate Research (OUR) was established in 1999 to expand the opportunities for undergraduates to engage in research and mentored scholarship at UNC-Chapel Hill. OUR has a variety of resources, including financial support, to help research become a distinctive feature of the undergraduate experience at our Research-Extensive university.
A prestigious new program at Carolina, combining a financial award and an academic program centered around a study abroad experience in Asia, the Phillips Ambassadors Program offers an innovative approach to study abroad and a unique opportunity for students to learn about a vital region of the world. Phillips Ambassadors have the opportunity to select a summer or semester term of study from among more than 40 academic programs in Asia.
The Office of Global Health at the UNC School of Public Health is the organizing unit for global health activities at the School. This organizational structure allows global health to be integrated into each department in the School, rather than as a separate department. This makes interdisciplinary global health research, teaching and practice easier to accomplish and more effective.
As an integral component of UNC’s strategy of internationalization, the Study Abroad Office provides access to a wide portfolio of educational opportunities that reflect and support the intellectual, financial and cultural needs of our diverse student body. Participation in a study abroad program encourages the exchange of knowledge and understanding, and promotes enlightened and responsible citizenship and leadership for our state and nation.