global-e

The Global Studies Consortium maintains close ties to global-e, a global studies e-journal published by the 21st Century Global Dynamics research cluster at UCSB.

Latest articles from global-e:


Human–Elephant Conflict in the Serengeti: The Side-Effects of Wildlife Tourism

Figure 3: an elephant in Village A, Serengeti District (Photo: Yukino Iwai)

By Yukino Iwai

October 30, 2018

While tourism revenue has been increasing, most of the people living around the Serengeti National Park are burdened by the costs…

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Are Labor Markets Increasingly Global? Some Empirical and Policy Concerns

factory welders at work

By Aashish Mehta

October 23, 2018

If, after careful examination with the best data we could find, we cannot determine that trade-linked employment has increased,…

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Visible Discourses and Invisible Ideologies? The Image as Global Political Theory

Melbourne Australia newsstand with Artforum magazine cover that reads, “Imagine a World Without America”

By Tommaso Durante

October 16, 2018

[W]e must redefine the traditional disciplinary approach to visual images and the ways we understand and investigate global…

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Land Injustices in Kenya’s Wildlife Conservancies

Maasi villager displays the head of a bull recently killed by lions.

By Kariuki Kirigia

October 9, 2018

The process of land privatization and individualization of tenure in Kenya’s Maasai rangelands was anticipated to confer…

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Decaying Darjeeling Tea

female tea pluckers at work in a Darjeeling tea garden

By Mahendra P. Lama

October 2, 2018

Today this orthodox darling of connoisseurs… is fatally sick, with problems [that] have not only dislocated thousands of tea…

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