Dialogues

The three most common types of international opportunities pursued by Northeastern students are:

Dialogue of Civilizations and Other Short-term Faculty-led Programs

The Department of Political Science encourages international study. Our faculty members have led groups of political science majors and other interested students to various corners of the world. These trips are often the culminating part of a specific course and they always seek to move beyond merely visiting a country or region’s “main attractions.” These programs are organized through Northeastern University’s Dialogue of Civilizations program. Recent locations for faculty-led travel include:

Outside Za'atari refugee camp, 2nd largest refugee camp in the world. Students on Prof. Sullivan's Jordan Dialogue, 2016, hear about the "Freedom Wall" that has become a site where many supporters of the refugees come to write their hopes and dreams on the wall.

Outside Za’atari refugee camp, 2nd largest refugee camp in the world. Students on Prof. Sullivan’s Jordan Dialogue, 2016, hear about the “Freedom Wall” that has become a site where many supporters of the refugees come to write their hopes and dreams on the wall.