International Studies

Eleni Bastéa, M.Arch., Ph.D.
Director, International Studies Institute
Regents' Professor, School of Architecture and Planning
ebastea@unm.edu

Stephen Bishop, Ph.D.
Associate Director, International Studies Institute
Associate Professor of Foreign Languages and Literatures
sbishop@unm.edu 

Humanities Building, Room 420
MSC03 2165
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131
(505) 277-1991
Web site: http://isi.unm.edu/
Email: isi@unm.edu 

International Studies Institute Executive Board
Adelamar Alcantara, Director, Geospatial and Population Studies
Eleni Bastéa, Architecture; Director, International Studies Institute
Stephen Bishop, Foreign Languages and Literatures; Associate Director, International Studies Institute
Kenneth Carpenter, Director, Global Education Office, Retired
Loyola Chastain, Administrative Assistant, International Studies Institute (ex officio)
Chris Duvall, Geography and Environmental Studies
Tiffany Florvil, History
Kendra Koivu, Political Science
Farah Nousheen, Senior Academic Advisor, College of Arts and Sciences (ex officio)
Christine Sauer, Economics
William Stanley, Political Science
Emma Trentman, Foreign Languages and Literatures

International Studies Institute Contemporary Jewish Studies Lecture Series Board
Eleni Bastéa, Architecture; Director, International Studies Institute
Stephen Bishop, Foreign Languages and Literature; Associate Director, International Studies Institute
Loyola Chastain, Administrative Assistant, International Studies Institute (ex officio)
Sarah Davis-Secord, History, Institute for Medieval Studies
Michael Eli Nutkiewicz, Religious Studies
Noel Pugach, History, Emeritus
Erika Rimson, Executive Director, Jewish Community Foundation of New Mexico
Vivian Skadron, Board, Jewish Community Foundation of New Mexico


Introduction

International Studies is an interdisciplinary undergraduate major and minor that draws on the courses, faculty, and resources of a large number of UNM departments and colleges, with a central orientation toward contemporary global themes and different world areas. Because of its interdisciplinary nature, the program is housed in the International Studies Institute (ISI) in the College of Arts and Sciences, yet also draws on faculty and courses from across the university. The ISI not only provides the administrative support and advising for the International Studies major and minor but also organizes lectures, lecture series, and special events and provides scholarships to undergraduates.

The core elements of the International Studies major and minor allow students to combine studies in languages, humanities, and social sciences with studies in other fields in order to create an integrated, interdisciplinary undergraduate concentration.


Associated Programs

Undergraduate Program



Courses

INTS 101. Introduction to International Studies. (3)



INTS 400. Capstone Seminar in International Studies. (3)



INTS 402. Honors in International Studies. (3)



INTS 499. Topics in International Studies. (1-3 to a maximum of 9 Δ)



Course Search:




Keyword Search:

Office of the Registrar

MSC 11 6325
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131

Phone: (505) 277-8900
Fax: (505) 277-6809