Framing the Global Kicks off today!

We’ll start at 2:30 with panel focusing on our fellows and how they’ve been entering the field of global studies in their work. The first day caps off with a…

Five Questions with Rachel Harvey

It’s another installment of our series of conversations with Framing the Global fellows. Each fellow was asked to answer the same five questions, dealing with the way they approach the…

Don’t Forget to Register for Framing the Global

Registration for the Framing the Global conference Sunday, September 22. During the conference you’ll get the chance to learn more about what Framing the Global is all about, as well…

Five Questions with Deirdre McKay

This is the latest in a series of conversations with our Framing the Global fellows. It’s an opportunity for them to talk about their work as well as a chance…

Exploring The Global In The Classroom

I’m teaching a course on reporting in a global world. We tease apart concepts like globalization and transnationalism to get at what they mean, how terms are interconnected — we…

Five Questions With Tim Bartley

This week’s conversation with a Framing the Global fellow deals with rules and regulations — specifically, the “puzzle of rules.” Tim Bartley is an associate professor of sociology at Ohio…

The Global Converges in Indiana

Next month scholars from a variety of disciplines and backgrounds will make their way to Bloomington, Indiana for the Framing the Global conference. Designed to “explore emerging directions and methodologies…

Five Questions with Zsuzsa Gille

This is the first in what will be a series of Q&A’s with our Framing the Global fellows. Each fellow was asked to answer the same five questions about their…

Entering the Global

What is global? What is “the global”? Is it Castells’s Information Society? Is it a collection of Sassen’s global cities? Or Appadurai’s series of disjunctures? Is it the transnational flow…