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Global Affairs

Overview of Global Affairs

Global Affairs is an inter-, multi-, trans- or cross-disciplinary discipline.  Global Affairs at Notre Dame is particularly concerned with Strategic Peacebuilding and Sustainable, Integral Human Development informed by Catholic Social Teachings.  Thus, it is unapologetically normative not merely descriptive.  It includes methodologies and insights from most of the social sciences, many of the humanities plus the arts, law, business, science and engineering.

Other Related Guides

Getting Started

Themes and Issues

Countries and Organizations

Reference Sources

General Interest

 

Peace & Conflict -- See Peace Studies Research Guide

 

Other Subjects:

Borders
Development
Environmental Change
Gender
Globalization
Health
Justice
Literature
Migration
Security
Sustainability

Statistics and Data Sets

Guides

International

Domestic U.S.

Atlases and Maps

Guides

Online

Print Atlases

The Hesburgh Libraries have atlases for almost any subject you might need.  They are listed in the NDCatalog and located in the:

  • Hesburgh Library Reference Collection in Oversized Cases
  • Hesburgh Library General Collection (Lower Level) in the G 1000s
  • Kellogg Kroc Library (318 Hesburgh Center) - duplicates of titles in the Hesburgh Library
  • Please note that some atlases are not in the G (geography / atlas) classification.  They may be found in the General Collection.