Department of Global Development Studies

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Global Development Studies

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Development Studies is an exciting and evolving interdisciplinary field that examines processes of political, economic and cultural change from the grassroots to the global. What distinguishes the department of Global Development Studies at Queen's is its research-orientated program that combines strong pedagogy with cutting-edge analysis to help students explore what development means and how is it practiced in a complex and changing global context.

Recent Books by DEVS Faculty

Canada and the Third World - Karen Dubinsky
Cuba Beyond the Beach - Karen Dubinsky
Canada and the Third World - Karen Dubinsky
Making Public in a Privatized World - David McDonald
Within and Without the Nation - Karen Dubinsky
On Their Own - Allison Goebel
Debtfare States and the Poverty Industry - Susanne Soederberg