Global Studies in the Arts and Humanities (GSAH) is an undergraduate degree program offering a major and minor in Michigan State University’s College of Arts and Letters. It is a faculty-driven collaborative committed to achieving a broad, rich, and inclusive engagement with global issues and to fruitfully exploring and expanding cooperative interdisciplinary teaching and research opportunities within and beyond the College of Arts and Letters. Global Studies in the Arts and Humanities makes an important intervention into conceptualizations of ‘the global’ – conceptualizations that often focus solely on economic and political conditions. Recognizing the complexities of cultural interaction and exchange, GSAH foregrounds the role of the Arts and Humanities in recognizing and understanding how global conditions and concerns affect our experiential and intellectual existence.
To further build a community of scholars and students dedicated to advancing Global Studies GSAH aims to both deepen and broaden engaged scholarship in an integrated world. The program seeks to do this by:
GSAH Majors MeetingWells Hall B342 false YYYY/MM/DD
Professor Edward Paulino guest talk on 9/22 from 4-6p in B-310 Wells Hall:
"Dividing Hispaniola: Bearing Witness to a 20th-Century Border Genocide Through the Archive and Performance."
This talk will be an in-depth presentation of his published book and a discussion of current Haitian-Dominican relations.
There is a first guest talk by Professor Paulino on 9/21 with the CLACS Undergraduate Specialization program.B-310 false YYYY/MM/DD
Edward Paulino (John Jay College), “Dividing Hispaniola: Bearing Witness to a 20th-Century Border Genocide Through the Archive and Performance”International Center 303 false YYYY/MM/DD
Reception for GSAH Affiliated FacultySpartan Room C, International Center false YYYY/MM/DD
Migration With(out) Boundaries Graduate Student Conference https://migrationconferencemsu.wordpress.com/TBD false YYYY/MM/DD