Extractions: Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs International Studies Association GradSchools.com Home Search for Graduate Programs ... StudentProspector Programs Available in the USA: Eastern United States Western United States Programs Also Available Worldwide: Australia and New Zealand Canada Europe Japan ... Certificate Programs Or select other related directories here African American Studies American Studies Area Studies Canadian Studies Central American Studies Cultural, Demographic, Population Studies International Studies Native Studies About the field of Area Studies: The field of area studies is a very broad category that typically includes a variety of options. Students interested in studying multiple facets of a particular category may want to investigate their options within this field. For example, there are a number of specialized divisions for those interested in: African American studies American studies Canadian Studies Latin American Studies ... Middle Eastern studies , or Native studies . There are also more overarching area studies that look at a wide range of areas such as cultural studies or international studies . This list represents just a sampling of the different areas on which students choose to focus. Within these different areas, students may study the
International And Area Studies International and area studies. New Acquisitions. International and area studiesCollections, Other links. African Studies Canadian Studies http://www.lib.duke.edu/ias/
Extractions: Ami Montessori Center, Kalamazoo Michigan USA The Diether H. Haenicke Institute for International and Area Studies The Diether H. Haenicke Institute for International and Area Studies, established by the Board of Trustees in 1998, works to promote globalization and internationalization of the academic domain of Western Michigan University. Specific activities and responsibilities are: Curriculum Development: The Institute collaborates with colleges, departments and other interdisciplinary programs to develop and enhance international and area studies curricular programs, as well as other curricular programs strong in global and international content and focus. It offers occasional interdisciplinary courses in support of these programs. International Faculty Hiring Initiative: The Institute administers a designated salary fund for the addition of faculty with specific international and area studies strengths, and authorizes searches for these faculty on the basis of departmental requests and consultations with the Provost and academic deans.
Extractions: Area Studies Negotiating the complexities of the twenty-first century requires increasingly sophisticated understandings of the dynamics of other societies and the regional and global political, economic, and cultural systems in which we live. Cutting across all disciplines, Rutgers area studies explores the many fascinating regions of the world.
Extractions: ACLS/SSRC/NEH International and Area Studies Fellowships In order to encourage humanistic research in area studies, special funding by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the ACLS has been set aside for approximately eight ACLS/SSRC/NEH International and Area Studies Fellowships to be designated among the successful applicants to the central ACLS Fellowship competition. Scholars who are at least two years beyond the PhD may apply for 6â12 month fellowships to pursue research and writing on the societies and cultures of Asia, Africa, the Near and Middle East, Latin America, East Europe and the former Soviet Union. Further information, eligibility guidelines and application forms are available at the ACLS website ( www.acls.org ) or from:
Extractions: Four separate units introduce students to the study of international relations and the complexities of Sub-Saharan Africa. The units explain complicated issues, such as analyzing the state of democracy, demographic trends, foreign aid, and levels of economic development. Other topics include urbanization, agricultual development, struggles of indigenous groups, recent and historical conflicts, and U.S. foreign policy toward the region.
Registrar - INTERNATIONAL AND AREA STUDIES The program in international and area studies reflects the College s belief that Geographical Area of Study Four units from at least two (2) different http://www.kzoo.edu/regist/depts/iast/
Extractions: tional cocurricular activities, the two required IAST courses (for majors), inter nationally oriented career development and SIP, students majoring or concen trating in international and area studies will be well prepared to live in and to make sense of the interdependent system of nations and regions that make up the modern world. They will also have received a solid foundation for graduate study and/or further training for careers in the international sphere. The program in international and area studies is open to all students. Students are strongly advised to register for the major or the concentration by winter quarter of the sophomore year. In addition to meeting formal requirements, majors and concentrators are urged to consider international career development internships as well as SIP's in consultation with the Career Development Center. Requirements for the Major in International and Area Studies
Program Details American Councils summer Russian Language and area studies Program (RLASP) isdesigned All areastudies and literature courses are conducted in Russian. http://www.americancouncils.org/program.asp?PageID=121&ProgramID=38
Program Details RLASP Russian Language and area studies - Academic Year All area-studiesand literature courses are conducted in Russian. http://www.americancouncils.org/program.asp?PageID=121&ProgramID=37
Index.gif Welcome to the International and area studies Homepage Let me point out thatthe International and area studies is a program of the College of Arts and http://www.ksu.edu/ias/
Extractions: College of Arts and Sciences / Kansas State University Welcome! We hope that our website makes it easy for you to identify opportunities at K-State to enhance the international dimension of your studies, research, and general interests. In my capacity as Director, my primary responsibility is to administer two Secondary Major programs: International Studies and Latin American Studies . I enjoy working with students who seek to complement their major disciplinary studies with courses and activities that invite them to "think globally" and to prepare for future careers for which knowledge, understanding, and appreciation of other nationalities, languages, and cultures will serve them well. Please check out the secondary majors as you browse through the features of our website. As a former participant in my undergraduate school's study program in Peru, and as a professor of Spanish, you can count on me to be very enthusiastic about opportunities for Study Abroad, for involvement as a volunteer in the International Community Service Program , and for expanding one's view of the world by learning a second (third?; fourth?) language. The
Area Studies Liaison Group area studies Liaison Group, Printerfriendly format. In 1999, APSA asked theseveral area studies associations to appoint representatives to a newly created http://www.apsanet.org/content_3124.cfm
Extractions: The ASLG seeks to increase recognition within the discipline of the contributions to theory by comparativists and international relations scholars working primarily in one or more world regions. The group performs several key functions within the Association to this end: Serving as a bridge between APSA and the various area studies associations to support greater participation by political scientists belonging to those associations in the work of the APSA. Helping to identify comparativists and international relations specialists working who could be candidates to serve on APSA governance bodies. Identifying candidates for special Annual Meeting lectures such as the Ithiel de Sola Pool lecture.
Area Studies area studies, Printerfriendly format. Center for European Studies African StudiesAssociation American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies http://www.apsanet.org/section_441.cfm
Developing-Area Studies This is the front page of the Centre for Developingarea studies website withinthe McGill University Gateway. It contains information about current http://www.mcgill.ca/cdas/
Extractions: var GJSBrowserName = 'Unknown'; var mcgilllogo_Off = new Image(119,29); mcgilllogo_Off.src = "http://upload.mcgill.ca/global/new_options/mcg_0.gif"; var mcgilllogo_On = new Image(119,29); mcgilllogo_On.src = "http://upload.mcgill.ca/global/new_options/mcg_1.gif"; var sectionlink_Off = new Image(136,53); sectionlink_Off.src = "http://upload.mcgill.ca/global/sections/sectionlink0_en_0.gif"; var sectionlink_On = new Image(136,53); sectionlink_On.src = "http://upload.mcgill.ca/global/sections/sectionlink0_en_1.gif"; Sign in Saturday, September 17, 2005 The Centre for Developing-Area Studies (CDAS), founded in 1963, is an interdisciplinary research centre and part of the Faculty of Arts, McGill University. The CDAS conducts research on international development in all regions of the so-called developing world - Asia, Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean and the Middle East - at the student, faculty and postdoctoral levels. The CDAS is a research centre, not a teaching unit. Unfortunately, we cannot admit students directly.
Extractions: Mandate The mandate of JCAS is to promote integrated Area Studies throughout the world, in part by building international networks among Area Studies researchers and research institutions. JCAS has accumulated a basic knowledge of areas through fieldwork carried out by its research staff. JCAS has also organized joint projects with Japanese and international scholars in various disciplines, invited Area Studies scholars to Japan from abroad, and hosted international symposia and workshops on various key topics in Area Studies. Basic studies Basic studies are conducted both individually by JCAS staff researchers and jointly with researchers from other Japanese institutions. Among JCAS joint projects are inter-institutional projects that serve to develop lasting collaborative relationships among various Area Studies institutions in Japan. Joint or inter-institutional projects, which run for three years, consist of regular meetings and exchanges with scholars from abroad, and result in final research reports. Both JCAS staff and visiting professors play important roles in the organization and management of these projects. The JCAS vision also includes International Joint-Research Projects that will be further explored following the pilot collaboration between JCAS and the Instituto de Estudios Peruanos (IEP).
Graduate School Of International Studies International Cooperation International area studies Korean Studies Guidelines for Thesis GSIS Academic Requirements (for students of 20042005) http://gsis.snu.ac.kr/main1.htm
Villanova University International Studies Most area studies programs offer both concentrations and minors; all include a Although not required, students in area studies programs are strongly http://www.internationalstudies.villanova.edu/area/area.htm