The Department of International Studies uses an interdisciplinary framework to explore the historical and contemporary dimensions of complex global issues. Students in this area develop skills in research and analysis and cultivate a critical awareness of the relationships of power and inequality that shape conflict and development at local and global scales.
News from the Department of International Studies
Did you know that the International Studies Department now offers a 5 year BA/MA program? Contact our academic advisor, Mallory Warner, at mwarner3@ depaul.edu to learn more.
DePaul Events of Interest to INT Students
These Fireside Chats are informal sessions featuring political science faculty members talking about their interests outside of academia. This is a great opportunity for...
The 2016 presidential elections are approaching and the Latino/a vote will be a powerful tool in winning the candidacy. Interested in learning why? DePaul University's...
9:00-9:30 am Introductions and Coffee
9:30--11:00 am Morning Panel: “Deconstructing the Myth of Numbers”
Moderator – Maria Hinojosa (Futuro Media Group,...
Please note the new location, as of April 20:
McGowan South, Rm. 108 | 1110 W. Belden Ave. (map)
6:00pm Panel discussion
The Department of Modern Language's Language Learning Center offers drop-in tutoring in Arabic, Chinese, French, Japanese, Russian, and Spanish.
Interesed in issues of human rights in Latinx communities? Mark your calendars for this awesome event being held on Thursday, May 17th! Luis Fondebrider of the Argentine Team...
Acercando a una Mirada de Raza y Genero: Race & Gender in Cuban Cinema
A film festival with selections from “La Muestra Joven de Cine Cubano”
Discussion on marginality, addictions, mental health, and social isolation.
Meet Faculty, Staff and Students at the Center for Black Diaspora and African & Black Diaspora Studies OPEN HOUSE!