MHC Global Research Series

The rising interconnectedness of the world's economies, the growing intermixing of peoples and cultures, and the increasingly transnational nature of key challenges for humanity are essential characteristics of the current globalization process. Mount Holyoke College faculty members offer a rich analysis of the roots and implications of different aspects of globalization and international processes.

The MHC Global Research Series brings this research together under seven thematic rubrics, in a working paper series and announcements of published research.

  1. Capitalism, Inequality and Poverty
  2. Culture and Communication
  3. Governance and Power
  4. Health and Environment
  5. Learning and Pedagogy
  6. Migration and Identity - pending
  7. Trade and Development