International Studies and Programs

Research

 

The central mission of International Studies and Programs is supporting the international research of a talented and growing cadre of international studies faculty. What began as a corps of two research fellows has grown to 29 today, establishing ISP's unique role as the only research-oriented international studies center in the state of Missouri. The books and articles published by International Studies and Programs fellows reflect an impressive productivity and multidisciplinary diversity.

Endowed Professorships

African/African American Studies
Chinese Studies
Greek Studies
Irish Studies
Japanese Studies
Allen B. and Helen S. Shopmaker Professor - Division of Teaching and Learning

Conferences, Lectures, Seminars and Workshops

Academic Journals

Since late in 2003 the International Studies and Programs has housed, with the Chinese studies professorship, two academic journals: Chinese Economy, which is published by M.E. Sharpe, and China and the World Economy, which is published by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. The editor of these publications is Hung-Gay Fung, Dr. Y.S. Tsiang Endowed Professor in Chinese Studies. A third academic journal was added in 2011: International Review of Accounting, Banking and Finance .