The International and Global Studies program at Sewanee is an interdisciplinary program teaching students about processes of globalization in particular world areas. It involves 45 faculty members in 14 departments across the college and is one of the fastest growing majors on campus. The IGS major encourages students to use course work, abroad experiences, and language learning, to help better understand and comfortably navigate the increasingly complex political, economic, and cultural flows that characterize our world.
Professor Levine Interviewed on the Legacy of Nelson Mandela
December 9, 2013
On December 6, 2013, Professor Roger S. Levine was interviewed by national AP writer Jesse Washington on the legacy of Nelson Mandela, and the lack of similar figures on today's world stage.
IGS Program is searching for an Assistant Professor
September 4, 2013
The International and Global Studies program is pleased to announce that we are conducting a search for an Assistant Professor to teach five courses per year.
Sewanee IGS participates in “Decolonizing Comparative Methodologies” conference at Kennesaw State
April 1, 2013
On March 21 and 22, Professor Rohan Kalyan and three Sewanee seniors, including two International & Global Studies majors and one French Studies major, traveled to Kennesaw State University to participate in a symposium entitled "Decolonizing Comparative Methodologies."