Director: Timothy Koechlin;
Steering Committee: Pinar Baturb (Sociology), Christopher Bjorkab (Education), Paulina Bren (International Studies), Robert K. Brigham (History), Patricia-Pia Célérier (French and Francophone Studies), Andrew Davisonab (Political Science), Maria Hantzopoulosab (Education), Katherine Hite (Political Science), David A. Kennett (Economics), Timothy Koechlinb (International Studies), Candice M. Lowe Swift (Anthropology), Himadeep Muppidi (Political Science), Michaela Pohla (History), Ismail O. D. Rashid (History), Mariam Rashid (International Studies), Stephen R. Rock (Political Science), Jeffrey Schneider (German Studies), Fubing Sub (Political Science), Vinay Swamy (French and Francophone Studies), David Taváreza (Anthropology), Silke von der Emde (German Studies), Kirsten Wesselhoeft (Religion), Eva Woods Peiróa (Hispanic Studies), Yu Zhou (Earth Science and Geography).
a On leave 2023/24, first semester
b On leave 2023/24, second semester
ab On leave 2023/24
The multidisciplinary program in International Studies is designed to provide a solid and systematic grounding in the study of global interdependence while allowing students to develop strengths in at least two traditional departmental disciplines. A student’s course of study for the major is designed in close consultation with the director and the Panel of Advisers. The objectives are to build a core of knowledge in the international social sciences and develop fluency in at least one language, while ensuring a multidisciplinary perspective by encouraging students to approach international issues from the viewpoints that interest them most. Consequently, approved programs of study may include upper-level work in the sciences, humanities, literature and arts as well as the social sciences and languages. In general, the advising process should be initiated early in the sophomore year, especially if a student is interested in study abroad in the first semester of the junior year. Additional information on the registration process is available from the program office.
Correlate Sequence in Migration and Displacement Studies
International Studies: I. Introductory
International Studies: II. Intermediate
International Studies: III. Advanced