Student & Faculty Work


International Studies Honors Theses

We believe that a very valuable activity for many students is to work collaboratively in a research project with a faculty member. The International Studies program offers majors the opportunity to write a thesis in their regional and disciplinary specialization. The thesis must be written over at least two terms. To receive departmental honors, students must write a thesis. Learn more. A listing of international studies honors theses over the past 10 years can be found here.

Faculty and Student Collaborative Research

International studies faculty members are engaged scholars, as well as teachers. They explore global issues, shed new light on literature, art, and history, and help leaders in other countries solve pressing problems. Learn more.

African Studies Internships and/or Volunteering

Two students also share their experience with the Middlebury College community. If you have had a similar experience, please share it with us!  Learn more.

African Studies Student Gets Published

Lamu Island Cultural Festival highlights music, art, sport, and a desire to split from Kenya.  Article by South Asian studies major, Kyie Atwood '12.  Learn more.



Program in International and Global Studies

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