International Studies Archive

Mia Bloom, Georgia State University – How Women are Doubly Victimized by Sexual Violence

Violence against women leaves more than physical scars. Mia Bloom, professor of communication and Middle East

Yanqiu Zheng, Misericordia University – Chinese Cultural Diplomacy in the United States, 1875-1974

On Misericordia University Week: Cultural diplomacy helped China get on track to become a major world

Naminata Diabate, Cornell University – Naked Agency

On Cornell University Week: In Africa, a different kind of protest is happening in public. Naminata

Thomas Paradis, Butler University – Local-Global Tension and the Palio of Siena

Tourism can change an event that used to be just for one culture. Thomas Paradis, professor

Marlene A. Dixon, Texas A&M University – Effects of Sports Programming on Girls in Underserved Communities

On Texas A&M Center for Sports Management Research & Education Week:  Sports programs can have a

Leah Horton, University of Central Arkansas – Applying Mixed Methods Community-Based Participatory Research to Global Service-Learning

On University of Central Arkansas Week:  Service-learning can benefit marginalized communities. Leah Horton, Lecturer II of

Paula Saravia, University of California San Diego – Patagonia Sadness

Communities are very vulnerable to environmental changes. Paula Saravia, researcher at the University of California San

Ilaria Scaglia, Aston University – International Cooperation during a Pandemic

International cooperation can be key to handling health crises. Ilaria Scaglia, lecturer and head of history

Shannan Mattiace, Allegheny College – Drug Wars and Criminal Violence in Mexico

On Allegheny College Week:  What keeps homicide rates down from drug traffickers in some Mexican municipalities?

James McGrath, Butler University – Mandaeans

Who are the Mandaeans? James McGrath, professor of religion at Butler University, delves into this historical