Political Economy and Global Social Change: Affiliated Units
The Institute for Research on World Systems (IROWS) organizes collaborative research among social and natural scientists on long-term, large-scale change, with special attention to ecological, demographic, and institutional causes and effects of world-historical social change. IROWS is currently directed by Christopher Chase-Dunn and Matthew C Mahutga in the Department of Sociology. For more information, go to https://irows.ucr.edu.
The UCR Political Economy Seminar is an interdisciplinary seminar series on political economy that hosts nationally and internationally renowned political economists and conferences on an annual basis. The seminar also offers opportunities for networking and research collaboration among UCR students and faculty. The co-organizers are Jana Grittersova (UCR Political Science) and Matthew C. Mahutga. For more information, please visit https://ucrpoliticaleconomy.ucr.edu.
Program on Global Studies (PoGS) is an interdisciplinary research and education initiative —the humanities, natural sciences, and social sciences—in the study of global issues, with the intent of increasing the amount of interdisciplinary research on campus as well as the educational mission of the university on important contemporary issues. PoGS is the UCRiverside branch of the UC systemwide Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation. The PoGS co-Directors are Juliann Allison (Political Science) and Christopher Chase-Dunn (Sociology). For more information, see https://irows.ucr.edu/pogs/pogsfunding.htm.