2013 Legislative Internship
Spend the spring semester at the state capitol! Work with state senators and representatives! Receive a tuition/fee waiver, $4200 stipend, and college credit. Gain professional work experience! Applications are due in September, for more information go to: nau.edu/legislativeinternship
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Professor and Chair
International Relations, Developing Societies, Gender & Development, Postcolonialism, Race & Ethnicity, South Asia, & India.Recent Publications
Chowdhry, Geeta and Sheila Nair (eds.). (2002). Power, Postcolonialsim and International Relations: Reading Race, Gender, and Class. Routledge, March 2002. Paperback in 2004.
Chowdhry, Geeta. "Child Labor in a Postcolonial World," in Geoffrey Underhill and Richard Stubbs (eds.) Political Economy and the Changing Global Order, Oxford, (2005).
At the undergraduate level Dr. Chowdhry frequently teaches World Politics, Political Economy of Hunger, Global Environmental Politics, Advanced International Relations, Globalization and its Discontent, Women, Power, and Politics, Asian Politics, Gender Identity and Ethnicity, Non-Violence, Social Change and Race.
At the graduate level Dr. Chowdhry teaches International Relations Theory, Political Economy of Development, Gender and Development, Global Environmental Politics, and Political Economy of Hunger.