Georgetown students and faculty will be best positioned to lead in global affairs when they have engaged with the wide and diverse perspectives and identities that underpin our international societies. In 2016, the Mortara Center for International Studies at Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service launched the Remapping IR Initiative, which was intended to start this conversation. The initiative exposes students to cutting-edge approaches, and alternative voices, considering conceptions of power, states, and the international system. The goal of the initiative is to bring neglected groups and narratives into mainstream research on international politics. In addition to making this initiative a permanent feature in Mortara’s annual discourse, the center aims to complement its impact by creating semester-long master classes or pro-seminars led by faculty members as well as national conferences devoted to these subjects. These seminars and conferences will meaningfully encourage students to broaden their intellectual perspectives and engage in research and dialogue on the importance of considering orientation, sexuality, gender, social stratification and race when analyzing international politics, policy, and research.
To learn more about the Remapping IR Series or for more information about how Georgetown students can get involved please email email@example.com.
- GPEP-R: Race and Trade Politics, Alexandra Guisinger, October 1, 2020
- GPEP-R: Race, Colonialism, and the Global Economy, Robbie Shilliam, October 15, 2020
- GPEP-R: Race and Global Migration, Drew Rosenburg, October 29, 2020
- GPEP-R: Race and the Liberal International Order, Zoltán Búzás, December 3, 2020
- Digital Double Movement, Georgetown University, April 23, 2020
- Rebalancing Globalization, Georgetown University, February 8, 2019
- “Paternalism and Collective Action in North-South Trade Relations” with J.P. Singh, George Mason University, April 18, 2017
- “Gender, War, and Conflict” with Laura Sjoberg, University of Florida, February 27, 2017
- “Imagining World Politics” with L.H.M. Ling, The New School, January 23, 2017
- “White World Order, Black Power Politics” with Robert Vitalis, University of Pennsylvania, October 13, 2016
- “Queer International Relations” with Cynthia Weber, Sussex University, September 12, 2016