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The Global Studies program offers a multidisciplinary major that focuses on important issues such as the origins and implications of diversity and interdependence among nations, cultures, regions and peoples.

Program NewsCongratulations to our 2020 John Outland Award nominees! This year's winner is Rosemarie Ferraro with the paper entitled "The Politics of Rejection: The Role of Reputation in the Rise of Restrictive Immigration Policies in Italy." Honorable Mention goes to Ellie Owen and Charlotte Bednarski.

Faculty-Student Research

Faculty and Alumni Accomplishments

  • Loo Awarded

    Tze Loo, associate professor of history, was named a 2022 recipient of the University’s Distinguished Educator Award at the annual Colloquy celebration.

  • Long Published

    Stephen Long, associate professor of political science and global studies, published, with co-author Jeff Pickering, a new article entitled "Disparity and Diversion: Domestic Economic Inequality and MID Initiation" in the journal Foreign Policy Analysis 18:1, January 2022.

  • Pribble Grant

    Political science and international studies professor Jennifer Pribble has been awarded  collaborative funding from the University of Costa Rica’s competitive thematic grant program for the project, “Social Policy During Latin America’s Expansionary Phase (2000-2013)."

  • Joireman Grant

    Dr. Sandra F. Joireman, Associate Provost for Faculty, Weinstein Chair of International Studies, and Professor of Political Science, will be a partner on a grant awarded by the Canadian Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council for “Appraising Risk, Past and Present: Interrogating Historical Data to Enhance Understanding of Environmental Crises in the Indian Ocean World.” 

  • Summers Article

    History professor Carol Summers published "Scandal and Mass Politics: Buganda's 1941 Nnamasole Crisis" in the International Journal of African Historical Studies.

  • Joireman Article Dr. Sandra Joireman published, “Intergenerational land conflict in northern Uganda: children, customary law and return migration,” in the journal Africa.
  • Joireman Article

    Dr. Sandra Joireman recently published Protecting future rights for future citizens: children’s property rights in fragile environment, in Oxford Development Studies.

  • Carapico Featured Expert

    Dr. Sheila Carapico shared her expertise on Yemen with multiple media outlets, including ThinkProgress, after the death of former Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh.

  • Mellisa Salyk-Virk, '09

    Melissa Salyk-Virk, '09, recently completed a master's degree focusing on peacebuilding and transnational security at New York University's Center for Global Affairs. She is working as a contractor for the United Naitons Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive Directorate craftiing a research report that focuses on counter-narratives for terrorism and terroist recruitment.

  • Abbey Warchol, '13

    Abbey Warchol, '13, is working as project coordinator for the E-Collaborative for Civic Education. Her project offers electronic courses on topics including human rights, cyber activism and security, and student advocacy, to support active citizenship and civic leadership in Iran.

Global Studies Feature Stories

Contact Us

Mailing address:
Global Studies Program
Carole Weinstein International Center, Room 304
211 Richmond Way
University of Richmond, VA 23173

Phone: (804) 484-1472
Fax: (804) 484-1577

Program Coordinator: Dr. Jenny Pribble
Administrative Coordinator: Nancy Propst