LAUNCHING SPRING 2021
Add a GLI focus to your MA in another discipline!
The "Competence in Globalization" focus is a new microcredential that you can obtain through GLI in order to make your MA more marketable.
You can earn a Master of Arts with a focus in Globalization Studies and International Relations with one of the following MA programs:
To earn this microcredential, click here.
Peace Corp Prep Program for Undergraduates
Thinking about joining the Peace Corps? Check out Stony Brook's Peace Corps Prep program. It is a program that will prepare you for international development fieldwork and potential Peace Corps service. GLI courses are also part of the program. To learn more about this, check out the Peace Corps Prep Student Guide.
Dr. William McAdoo and Mr. Ralph Watkins Memorial Scholarship
There are two scholarships that are now accepting applications. Each fellowship will award up to $500. If you are a full-time Stony Brook University student with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and can demonstrate financial need, leadership qualities and community involvement, and potential and promise, apply now! Deadline is on February 5, 2021 at 5pm. For more information, click here.
Library Junior Fellows Summer Internship Program for 2021
Looking for a summer internship? The Junior Fellows Program is a 10-week paid internship running from May 24 - July 30, 2021. This is a great opportunity for students interested in learning and conducting research at the largest library in the world. For more information, click here.
Youth Ambassador with the US Pavilion
Interested in becoming a youth ambassador with the US Pavilion, and learning about areas linked to innovation and human development such as the environment, energy, health, science, and the arts? Check out this program here.
U.S. Foreign Service Internship Program (USFSIP)
Experience Hands-On Diplomacy as a U.S. Foreign Service Intern.
Spend two summers in an experiential-learning program designed to expose undergraduate students to U.S. diplomacy and the work of the Department of State. Established in 2014, this merit and needs-based opportunity is available to undergraduate sophomore and junior students with a 3.2 GPA or higher, who are available to participate in two consecutive summer internships as rising juniors and seniors. Learn more and apply here.
Spring 2021 Internships with the History and Public Policy of the Wilson Center
The History and Public Policy program is looking to host interns and research assistants during the spring, summer, and fall semesters. Interns will work virtually and support the History's Program's publication and digitization efforts. For more details, click here . The spring deadline is November 1 2020 .
Achievements & Awards
Congratulations to Associate Professor Javier Uriarte on his book The Desertmakers!
This book studies how the rhetoric of travel introduces different conceptualizations of space and time in scenarios of war during the last decades of the 19th century, in Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay. By examining accounts of war and travel in the context of the consolidation of state apparatuses in these countries, Uriarte underlines the essential role that war (in connection to empire and capital) has played in the Latin American process of modernization and state formation. In this book, the analysis of British and Latin American travel narratives proves particularly productive in reading the ways in which national spaces are reconfigured, reimagined, and reappropriated by the state apparatus. War turns out to be a central instrument not just for making possible this logic of appropriation, but also for bringing temporal notions such as modernization and progress to spaces that were described — albeit problematically — as being outside of history.
Benjamin Tausig, a board member for the IGS, was awarded the 2020 BFE Book Prize for his 2019 monogram, Bangkok is Ringing: Sound, Protest, and Constraint (New York: OUP).
The 2020 Book Prize Panel - Ioannis Tsioulakis (Chair), Britta Sweers and Jonathan Stock - noted that Benjamin's book "is superbly written—it turns its own pages—and admirably represents the best new writing in ethnomusicology today".
Eric Zolov, a history board member for the IGS, has recently published his book, The Last Good Neighbor: Mexico in the Global Sixties.
The Last Good Neighbor presents a revisionist account of Mexican domestic politics and international relations during the long 1960s, tracing how Mexico emerged from the shadow of FDR's Good Neighbor policy to become a geopolitical player in its own right during the Cold War.
The Edward Guiliano, PhD ‘78, Global Fellowship Program provides students with the opportunity to broaden their perspectives by engaging with the world beyond Stony Brook University and their local communities.
Spring deadline: March 1 (Projects will take place during the Summer Session or fall semester)
For more information and to apply, click here.