mraven05 Posted December 31, 2011 Share Posted December 31, 2011 Hello all, I'd like to begin by apologizing if my question has been answered in another thread. If so, I'd definitely appreciate a link to any posts regarding my question. I'm currently double majoring in philosophy and international studies at the University of Kansas and I'm beginning the graduate school search. My initial thought was to focus on something strictly revolving around international relations, but the more I think about it the more I realize that my love for philosophy and literature is too strong to simply end my academic study of them. My question is this: what interdisciplinary graduate programs revolve around issues touched in political science, philosophy, comparative literature, history, cultural studies, etc? A few programs that I've stumbled upon are the John W. Draper Interdisciplinary Master's Program in Humanities and Social Thought at NYU and the Modern Thought and Literature Program at Stanford. Could anyone direct me to more programs of the same style or suggest other possible alternatives to meet my interests? Moreover, any details about the acceptance rate/requirements of any of these programs would be much appreciated. Thanks a lot. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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