- Holly Hanson, Professor of History: contact Professor Hanson
- Catherine Corson, Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies: contact Professor Corson
The Development Studies Nexus track gives students the analytical skills to understand the complexities of global poverty, inequality, and injustice and strategies that state and non-state actors have used to improve the well-being of the people. Through an interdisciplinary set of courses, devised in consultation with the Nexus track chair, students can explore the relationships among history, politics, economics and power that shape the conditions and choices that developing countries and marginalized people around the globe face. Ultimately, the track enables students to engage thoughtfully with the development endeavor and to imagine ways to promote social, economic, and environmental justice from the personal to the global scale.
Courses (listed in the course catalog)
Each student will choose a set of courses that relate to her particular interests in the field of development. For questions about course selection consult with Professor Corson. Use the search for classes link for the most up-to-date list of courses.