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  • Department Chair
  • Professor and Director of the Orfalea Center for Global and International Studies
  • SSMS 2119, SSMS 2101 (Dept Chair Office)
  • Distinguished Professor Emeritus
  • SSMS (room pending)
  • Associate Professor
  • Distinguished Professor
  • Mellichamp Professor

International human rights

  • Assistant Professor
  • Undergraduate Program Director
  • Affiliate faculty member in the Department of Geography and the Interdepartmental PhD Emphasis in Environment and Society
  • Assistant Professor
  • Senior Continuing Lecturer

Global environmental governance, climate change, sustainable development, political economy, international organizations and governance

  • Associate Professor
  • African Diaspora
  • Caribbean literature
  • Post-colonial Literature
  • Haitian literature, culture, history
  • Gender and transnationalism
  • Migration and identity
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  • Professor

postcolonial theory and global media

  • Distinguished Professor Emeritus

Global Theory and Culture

Global Ethics;

Cosmopolitanisms in a World of Global Absolutisms;

Globalizing the Humanities;

American Literary, Cultural, Intellectual, and Religious Studies

  • SSMS (room pending)
  • SAGE Sara Miller McCune Dean of Social Sciences
  • Assistant Professor
Global migration and forced displacement
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  • Assistant Professor

Global political economy of urbanization, ecology and agrarian change, with a focus on post-colonial Africa

  • Distinguished Professor Emeritus

Global Studies as an emerging field

Global rise of religious violence

Nationalism and transnational in a global age

Sikhism and South Asian religion and politics

Global religion; conflict resolution 

  • Associate Professor

Specializing in the literary and cultural study of the Caribbean, Europe and North Africa from the eighteenth century to the present.

  • Endowed Chair Kundan Kaur Kapany Professor of Sikh Studies
  • Graduate Director
  • Associate Professor

Economic development; Globalization, structural transformation and labor; Inequality; Publicly provided private goods.

  • Distinguished Professor and Mellichamp Chair in Globalization
  • Professor
  • Vice Chair
  • Ellison 3720 (Political Science Department)
  • Assistant Professor

Conflict and violence, civil wars, state building, genocide and mass killing, development, African and Latin American politics