Fung Global Fellows Program
PIIRS invites international early-career faculty members to Princeton for one academic year to research, write and collaborate around a common topic.
Six exceptional scholars from around the world come to Princeton to explore a common topic.
Each year, the program focuses on a new topic of interest to humanists and social scientists.
Learn more about the requirements for applying to the program.
2016-17: International Society - Institutions and Actors in Global Governance
This year's topic, "International Society - Institutions and Actors in Global Governance," centers on how the growth of international organizations and transnational actors has brought about the emergence of a dense international society above the nation-state. Under what circumstances do new international organizations or transnational associations emerge, and when do they expand in their membership and jurisdiction? Does international society function as a constraint on states? How do states and societal actors navigate the complex and overlapping jurisdictions of international organizations? In what ways do international organizations and associations function as distinct cultures or as bureaucracies with their own interests?
The 2016-17 cohort of Fung Fellows will examine the emergence, functioning, and effects of international organizations and transnational associations of all types (state and non-state, focused on a single issue or world region, or examined comparatively) from a cultural, historical, political, sociological or other perspective. The 2016-17 program is led by Faculty Director Christina Davis.
The Fung Global Fellows Program provided me with a fantastic intellectual and social community and provided me the freedom to think and write away from the typical demands of teaching.Laavanya KathiraveluFung Global Fellow, 2015-16
Network Position Matters: Strength of Weak Ties in Free Trade Agreement Networks and Global Value Chain Networks
Jong Hee Park, Fung Global Fellow / Seoul National University, South Korea
12:00pm - 1:30pm | 144 Louis A. Simpson International Building
2:00pm - 6:30pm | 144 Louis A. Simpson International Building