Global Studies Review Mission Statement
The Global Studies Review provides faculty and advanced graduate students with an exploratory space in which to develop nascent theories, report on innovative research, and dialogue with a wide audience of university researchers, think-tank scholars, and government policy-makers both in the United States and abroad.
In fall 2004 the Center for Global Studies put out its first Global Studies Bulletin (GSB), the predecessor publication of Global Studies Review (GSR), with short articles on innovative global research by Mason faculty across different disciplines. A rapidly growing readership and GSB‘s tremendous success led the editorial team to launch its successor, the Global Studies Review, in fall 2005 one year after the first issue of GSB was published. In the last six years since its creation, the GSR has covered a wide range of globalization topics, including migration, human rights, health, and technology, among others.
Editors in Chief
Terrence Lyons, Associate Professor, Conflict Analysis & Resolution
Jo-Marie Burt, Associate Professor, Government & Politics
For past editors in chief click here.
Ger FitzGerald, PhD Candidate in Political Science
For past managing editors click here.
Lisa Breglia, Assistant Director, Global Affairs, Humanities & Social Sciences
Johanna Bockman, Associate Professor, Sociology & Anthropology
Peter Boettke, University Professor, Economics
Michael Chang, Assistant Professor, Art & History
Julie Christensen, Chair & Associate Professor, Russian, Modern & Classical Languages
John Dale, Associate Professor, Sociology & Anthropology
T. Mills Kelly, Associate Dean & Associate Professor, History & Art History, Humanities & Social Sciences
Roger Lancaster, Director & Professor, Anthropology & Cultural Studies Program
Eric McGlinchey, Assistant Professor, Government & Politics, Public & International Affairs
Agnieszka Paczynska, Assistant Professor & Undergraduate Program Director, Institute for Conflict Analysis & Resolution
John Paden, Robinson Professor, International Affairs
Lisa Pawloski, Chair & Associate Professor, Global & Community Health, College of Health & Human Services
Ken Reinert, Professor, School of Public Policy
Tony Samara, Assistant Professor, Sociology & Anthropology
Beverly Shaklee, Professor; Director, Center for International Education; Academic Coordinator, FAST TRAIN, College of Education & Human Development
Debra Shutika, Associate Professor, English