BA (Research) in International Relations
The Department applies and tests historical and theoretical insights generated within the discipline, and draws on heuristics from the humanities and allied social and behavioral sciences to help students think more imaginatively about a range of global collective action problems.
Ms. Shubra Chetan
A dimension germane to the research and teaching sensibilities of the Department is a thoroughgoing normative engagement with questions relating to epistemic and economic imbalances between the global North and the South, facets relating to war and peace, accounts of global cooperation, utopias and dystopias in world politics, and the evolving content of global justice. As the vast menu of issues suggest, research and teaching in International Relations have never been more enticing and challenging simultaneously. The Department's faculty is keen and well-equipped to step up to the plate.