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Students at both the MA and PhD levels receive close mentorship from a faculty that has been recognized with over 25 national fellowships and scholarly prizes in recent years, and whose members continue to be actively engaged and publishing important new research in their fields. Our expertise spans the globe, including Africa, Asia, United States, the Atlantic, Europe, Latin America, and the many connections between them. We also have vibrant intellectual communities around thematic fields that cross geographical and chronological boundaries.

Interested in taking classes, but don’t want to commit to a degree program? Try taking courses as a non-degree student! For more information, contact Sarah Handley-Cousins.