|The Center for the Study of Global Change co-sponsors the Undergraduate Journal of International Studies, first issued in Spring 2007 and available in PDF format. Created, designed, and published by undergraduates, this journal is a publication of the International Studies Student Association of the International Studies Program in the IU College of Arts and Sciences.
Undergraduate Journal of International Studies:
Issue #4 Spring 2011
This issue contains five essays, including "Iraq from 1972-1975: A Case Study of Power Dynamics in the Cold
War," "In Defense of a Lost Cause: Cooperativism as a Solution to the Malawian
Agricultural Predicament," "El Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional: The Use of Identity in the
Path to Legitimization and Nonviolence," "The Valuation System of the Quechua in Peru," and "Mimes, Sunflowers, and Good Governance: An Examination of the Political
Philosophy, Pedagogic Policies, and Campaign Strategy of Antanas Mockus
Through the Lens of Colombian Electoral Politics."
Issue #3 Winter 2009
In addition to featuring its first submission from outside the United States – a piece about decolonization and the world order – this issue contains papers about non-response in the Afrobarometer Survey, musicians' fluid cultural identities, oil in Russia, and the New York Times' coverage of the Rwandan genocide.
Issue #2 Winter 2008
This issue contains five essays, including "Beijing's Post-9/11 Xinjiang Policy," "Off the Map and Into Uncharted Territory: A Review of the Dialectic, the Nation-State, and the Zapatistas," "The Impact of World Literature in Secondary Schools in Oregon and Chile: A Comparative Case Study," "Modern Slavery in India," and "Tómela con Confianza: EMAPA-I and the State of Potable Water in Ibarra, Ecuador."
Issue #1 Spring 2007
The first issue contains six edited essays, which range in topic from the emergence of Flamenco in Japan to linguistic nationalism in the Turkish Republic, Rwandan/Sudanese genocide depictions, East German unemployment, post colonial tensions in Paris, and governance in the European Union.