The graduate program in Global Studies draws from the dynamic faculty of three of Brandeis’ graduate schools: the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, the Brandeis International Business School (IBS), and the Heller School for Social Policy and Management.
Expertise: Immigration, religious and ethnic identity, nationalism, sociology of religion.
Expertise: Nationalism, ethnicity, sociology of culture, sociology of religion, political dissent, terrorism, modern European politics.
Expertise: Transnational security, comparative politics, immigration and social cohesion, Europe.
Expertise: Modern Russian, Soviet and post-Soviet history, international and global studies.
Expertise: International and comparative education policy, social mobility, youth leadership development, social policy in developing countries.
Advisers and MentorsThe following members of the Brandeis faculty are available to serve as advisers and mentors for students in the program:
Expertise: International relations, U.S. foreign policy, and national security policy.
Expertise: International relations, particularly international political economy and U.S. foreign economic policy.
Expertise: Economic anthropology, mining and resources, anthropology of finance, materiality.
Expertise: Chinese nationalism and identity, overseas Chinese, East Asian world order, maritime East Asia, Eurasian comparative history.
Expertise: Urban anthropology, infrastructure, Islam, Arabian Peninsula, Middle East, youth politics.
Expertise: Victorian literature, the novel, politics and aesthetics.
Expertise: Applied moral and political philosophy, philosophy of development, comparative religions, theories of justice, development ethics, philosophy of law, comparative constitutional law, human rights and theories of democracy.
Expertise: Religion, anthropology of the body, commodification, psychoanalytic theory, East Asia, Japan.
Expertise: Sociology of health and illness, science and technology studies, sociology of the body, social and ethical dimensions of genetics, environmental health and justice movements, qualitative research methods.
Expertise: Development, political geography, poverty alleviation, agrarian reform, project planning and implementation, evaluation, organizational management.