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 email@example.com to learn more.
DePaul Events of Interest to INT Students
This is a second part to the recent IHRLI Event, Understanding the Global Refugee Crisis. Speakers Sioban Albiol, Ashley Lee and Craig Mousin will discuss their work with...
Dr. Micheline Sheehy Skeffington, the granddaughter of famed Irish feminists and activists, is recreating her grandmother Hanna Sheehy Skeffington’s lecture tour around the...
Join us for great company and food! Co-sponsored by the Center for Black Diaspora African and Black Diaspora Studies program
DePaul faculty offer teach-ins on today's pressing issues, putting history in a multi-disciplinary dialogue to better understand the present.
Marisa J. Fuentes is an Associate Professor of Women's & Gender Studies and History, as well as the Presidential Term Chair in African American History, 2017-2022 at Rutgers...