Spring 2007

Live, work and learn in one of the world's premier cities of commerce and culture. Hamilton in New York City combines an internship with academic experience and is unique in its attempt to encompass a wide range of perspectives on globalization. Here's a glimpse: The expertise of recent program directors includes sociology, administrative law and government, cultural diversity and national pluralism, international law and politics, theatre, literature and film, and international finance.

International Political Economy

Director: Alan Cafruny, Henry Platt Bristol Professor of International Affairs

College 398 Global Processes: International Political Economy
College 396 Independent Study
A tutorial resulting in a substantial paper (30 pp) that integrates experience and learning from the internship with an academic perspective and knowledge gained in the seminars or other tutorial readings.
College 397 Internship
Work experience during four days a week that includes a journal or written account of that experience.
College 395 Issues in US Foreign Policy
This course is oriented around ten debates in US Foreign Policy: the Iraq War, immigration policy, global financial shifts, globalization and poverty, humanitarian intervention, dollar-euro rivalry, US-Iran conflict, US-China relations, and US-Russia relations. Approved for credit in Government.

Contact Information

Karen Prentice-Duprey

(on behalf of the Program Administrator and Directors)
315-859-4634 315-859-4077 kprentic@hamilton.edu
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