Our faculty are specialized in a number of cross-cutting subfields of IR. These include global governance, international security, international political economy, culture & society, and comparative politics. Explore our faculty’s expertise using the specialization tabs below.
This specialization explores cooperation and conflict in IR through the study of international organizations, regional integration, and international law.VIEW FACULTY
This specialization explores international and intra-state conflict. This is explored both at a state-level, through the study of international conflict and diplomacy, and also at a local level through the study of internal armed conflicts, civil wars, and human security.VIEW FACULTY
International Political Economy
This specialization explores the intersection of politics and economics through the study of a number of interrelated questions concerning the structure and hierarchies of international economic relations and the relationship between the state and markets.VIEW FACULTY
Culture & Society
This specialization explores how culture and society shape international relations through a focus on memory, gender, and sociological approaches to the study of IR.VIEW FACULTY
This specialization explores our world’s diverse political systems through the comparative study of states and other political communities.VIEW FACULTY