The first batch of GSP PhD scholars was recently selected. They include: Beatriz Veliz Argueta: Uneven Urban Transformation: Narratives from the Global South Satish Thalla: New Media’s Influence on Governance in the Global South Anita Lama: Vulnerable Childhood: Social Structures and Trafficking in Central Tribal Belt of India They have received full scholarships from the […]
We have recently finalized an agreement with the University of Pretoria which allows for GSP students to spend a semester at this excellent university. We look forward to strengthening ties with colleagues at the University of Pretoria in the future!!
New issue of Transcience online: special issue on “inequality” authored by members and friends of the Global Studies Programme.
The Global Studies Programme is proud to announce the start of its PhD programme in October 2014. The programme focuses on the eight topics that fall under the title Twenty-First Century Globalization and Alternative Futures. Read more
The conference was entitled Inequality, Competition and Social Dumping: Crossroads of the Smart Development’s Strategies in the Global South and the Global North. It was part of the FARB project EU and China towards Smart Development: Strategies and Instruments of Legal and Economic Cooperation.
Representatives from JNU, UCT, Chulalongkorn, and FLACSO met in Berlin for a two day workshop May 25 & 26. The workshop was attended by some of the original participants who founded the Global Studies Programme more than a decade ago, as well as more recent participants. It was a great opportunity to discuss the GSP […]
The Global Studies Programme was formally launched at Humboldt University on May 27. The inauguration was opened by Vice President for research Prof. Dr. Peter Frensch. Representatives from the diplomatic missions of India, Thailand, South Africa and Argentina expressed their support for Global Studies. The Ambassador of India Sujatha Singh was followed by the Ambassador […]