Center for Global Studies


The Center for Global Studies promotes and supports innovative research to define what globalization as a contested notion is, to identify the multiple and cumulative impacts of the powerful forces driving this process, and to make this knowledge known to interested parties around the globe, most notably to Americans in all walks of life.

CGS, a unit of International Programs and Studies, is designated a National Resource Center for the study of globalization under a Title VI grant of the Department of Education.

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  • O'Hara Conway, Martha; Llamas, Nerea A. (2016-10)
    This presentation will explore the nexus between international and area studies collections and special collections, a topic that has already generated considerable interest in the special collections world. In the past ...


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  • Rader, Mary; Thacker, Mara (2016-10)
    Overseas buying trips have long been recognized as an invaluable tool to build unique area studies collections. Less acknowledged but certainly no less valuable is the set of activities that accompany acquisitions trips—the ...


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  • Diaz, Jose; Hwang, Amy; Black, Beth; Espinosa de los Monteros, Pamela (2016-10)
    This session presentation describes a series of initiatives, activities, and programs aimed at supporting The Ohio State University’s call for more global dimensions to scholarship. The panel features librarians from the ...


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  • Julia Bello-Bravo; Barry Robert Pittendrigh; Thomas Songu (Center for Global Studies, 2015-08)
    Scientific Animations Without Borders (SAWBO) is a University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Illinois) based program that was launched in 2011. Created and co-managed by Julia Bello-Bravo and Barry Pittendrigh, SAWBO is ...


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  • Damhorst, Gregory L; Duwe, Elise; Long, Kenneth (2015-06)


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