Interdisciplinary, Cross-Cultural, Theoretical, Applied
DWA is Occidental College’s nationally recognized International Relations major. In addition to providing students with a firm foundation on various IR theories and issues, students are encouraged to draw in an interdisciplinary manner from a related major (among them politics, economics, film/documentary-making, critical theory, history, and religious studies). Students are required to engage in substantial foreign language study. DWA hosts Occidental’s “Oxy-at-the-U.N.” program, which is unique in allowing undergraduate students to intern at agencies and arms of the United Nations. The John Parke Young Fund generously funds independent research projects developed by our students under faculty supervision. In cooperation with the McKinnon Center for Global Affairs, DWA also hosts a lively series of guest lectures, brown bags, films, documentaries, and the John Parke Young Distinguished Speaker Series.
Join us for a discussion about Diplomacy and World Affairs!
A conversation with David Pilling, author of Bending Adversity: Japan and the Art of Survival, presented by the McKinnon Center for Global Affairs and Diplomacy & World Affairs Lunch Series
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