An Archipelago of Care: Q&A with Deirdre McKay

In her new book, An Archipelago of Care: Filipino Migrants and Global Networks, Deirdre McKay focuses on the experience of Filipino caregivers in London, some of whom are living and working…

Is “Global” a Dirty Word?

Some see the increase in nationalism throughout the world as a backlash to globalization. For many, a highly interconnected world has weakened, rather than strengthened, quality of life. Many politicians…

Economy & Culture at the G20

The world’s financial leaders met in Hangzhou, China for the yearly Group of Twenty (G20) summit. The G20 gathering is a forum for developed nations to discuss ways to strengthen…

The Global Particular: Rachel Harvey

Framing the Global Fellow Rachel Harvey, a postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Global Legal Transformation at Columbia Law School, recently discussed with us her project: “The Particular.” Previously, we spoke…

Humanitarianism, Crisis & Charity: Michael Mascarenhas

This week we talk with Framing Fellow Michael Mascarenhas about his recently completed book project on humanitarianism, crises and charity. While the initial manuscript is complete, it is currently undergoing review…

Win a copy of Framing the Global!

Wednesday and Thursday of this week you have the chance to win a copy of our Framing the Global volume. The book introduces readers to the project’s approach to global…

Five Questions with Faranak Miraftab

Migration has become a major issue for countries around the world. It’s also been a major news story as Europeans struggle to accommodate refugees crossing the Mediterranean while south Asian…

More Student Responses from Debating Globalization

Framing the Global Fellow Sean Metzger is teaching at Fudan University as part of a University of California-Fudan exchange this fall. In his class ‘Debating Globalization‘ Metzger is asking his students…