International Studies

Since 1969, the International Studies Program has been Trinity’s primary destination for the interdisciplinary study of world regions and global interrelations. Today twelve faculty members hold whole or partial appointments in International Studies and over thirty others provide courses and advising that are essential to the program. This wide participation allows students to make connections among many of the departments and programs on campus. Interested in the Middle East? Take courses in History, Language and Culture Studies, Political Science, Religion, and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. Interested in the movement of peoples and ideas? Take courses originating in our program, such as Black Internationalism, Global Migration, and Gandhi, King, & Nonviolence. Interested in language acquisition and study abroad? We require it.


We graduate on average thirty students a year, a third to a half of whom are double majors. The language skills, in-depth engagement with one or more world regions, and critical approach to global interrelations that we require of our majors make it possible for them to go on to top Masters and PhD programs both in the U.S. and beyond, as well as a wide variety of careers, such as diplomacy, international law and business, and global health. Trinity’s International Studies Program is both flexible and rigorous, opening doors and blurring borders in our interconnected world.



INTS 401:Senior Seminars for 2013-2014
 
Fall 2013: Mapping the World, Professor Antrim

Spring 2014: Ethnography fro a Global World, Professor Bauer





INTS Honors Thesis Applications
 
Honors thesis applications are due Thursday, October 31 by 4:00 p.m.