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Graduate School of Global Studies

The Graduate School of Global Studies (GSGS), an independent graduate school launched in April 2010, investigates global issues faced by the contemporary world. These range from human security, transnational migration and gender inequalities, to persistent inequalities, conflict prevention, peace-building, and environmental challenges. GSGS encourages a broad approach, supporting research projects that have immediate relevance to public policy as well as those grounded in philosophy, literature, cultural studies, history and religion. Combined, this broad emphasis allows for a fuller understanding of contemporary societies. Moreover, GSGS stresses the connections between regional and global studies. Whether investigating Asia, the Americas, Europe, Africa or the Middle East, the faculty strives to make clear the interaction between regional issues and global concerns.

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