Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts offers an array of undergraduate and graduate degrees that provide opportunities to discover and develop a variety of skills and interests. All IAC degrees include options for students to branch out into areas of learning in addition to their major, through minors, certificates, non-major clusters, and free electives.

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  • College of Liberal Arts Invited Speakers and Lectures [1]

    Events hosted or sponsored by the College of Liberal Arts - Ivan Allen College
  • School of Economics [238]

    The School of Economics' Mission is to provide our students with the ability to understand and analyze economic phenomena in technologically complex environments, to contribute to the body of economic knowledge, and to ...
  • School of History and Sociology (HSOC) [80]

    An interdisciplinary unit consisting of scholars from history and sociology. HTS brings the perspective of the social sciences to bear on critical issues facing the modern world, while providing a source of analysis that ...
  • School of Literature, Media, and Communication (LMC) [321]

    The School of Literature, Media, and Communication focuses on technologies of representation in traditional and new media texts, including cultural studies of science and technology, digital media studies, and the study ...
  • School of Modern Languages (ML) [25]

    The School of Modern Languages collaborates as an interdisciplinary partner with other units in the Ivan Allen College and across campus to prepare future participants in the global workforce through applied studies in ...
  • School of Public Policy [1342]

    The Georgia Tech School of Public Policy is an interdisciplinary learning community exploring the policy implications of science and technology.
  • The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs [1033]

    The School of International Affairs, the only school of its kind at a major technological university in the United States. Created in 1990, and named in honor of former U.S. Senator Sam Nunn in 1996, the School is committed ...

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  • ChattahoocheeView: Exploring 360° omnidirectional media in rivers 

    Perez, Germain
    This research, following an iterative approach, explores the viability of digital 360° imagery as a narrative device for river settings, while the artifact produced in the final iteration has potential as an educational ...
  • “KARMALINK” (2021) Q&A with Director Jake Wachtel 

    Wachtel, Jake; Weber, Katja (2022-04-19)
    Q&A with director Jake Wachtel of the family mystery-adventure film “Karmalink.” Shot on location in the Khmer language with English subtitles, “Karmalink” tells the tale of a plucky group of kids, from a gentrifying poor ...
  • Imagined Fortresses: Video Games as Language 

    Fiorilli, Patrick Oliver (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2022-05-03)
    This dissertation argues that video games, as virtual worlds, are composed and experienced as language, and that they function as textual and philosophical machines essential to understanding virtuality, language, and ...
  • Design for Public Librarianship 

    Kozubaev, Sandjar (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2022-04-28)
    This doctoral thesis examines the present and futures of public librarians in the U.S. and the role this institution plays in community and civic life. The goal of the research is to answer the question: how might we design ...
  • Manifestations of the Positive Death Movement in America: Medical Aid In Dying, Voluntarily Stopping Eating & Drinking, and End-Of-Life Doulas 

    Incorvaia, Aubrey DeVeny (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2022-04-06)
    Western society is in an era of death awareness, its most recent salience: A Positive Death Movement. This dissertation examines manifestations of the movement, framing them as direct, indirect, and induced effects of ...
  • The Weight of Administrative Burden: The Distributive Consequences of Federal Disaster Assistance on Recovery after Hurricane Harvey 

    Malmin, Natasha (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2021-03-30)
    Disasters have severe implications for life and property, often requiring large-scale collective action to facilitate recovery. One key determinant of recovery is access to resources that mitigate the losses and damages ...
  • "SADAKAT”/”FIDELITY” (2014) Screening and Q&A with Director Ilker Çatak 

    Uelzmann, Jan; Çatak, Ilker (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2022-04-01)
    Screening of the Academy Award-winning short film “Fidelity” (25 min, 2014) and a Q&A session with director Ilker Çatak. Set during anti-government protests in Istanbul, the film follows the life of a Turkish couple which ...
  • Cities of Peace: From Atlanta to Hiroshima 

    Jacobs, Robert; Martz, Meagan; Zinman, Gregory; Weiss, Amanda (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2022-03-16)
    An online roundtable conversation with speakers from Georgia Tech, the Hiroshima Peace Institute, and the Carter Center. What does it mean to be a “city of peace,” and how is it different in Atlanta and Hiroshima? What is ...
  • Translating for a Screen: Subtitling in the Age of Streaming 

    Paquet, Darcy; Yasar, Kerim; Sohn, Irhe; Bae, Keung Yoon (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2022-03-14)
    An online roundtable exploring how subtitling has changed in the era of Netflix. Discussions focused on the topic of translation and subtitling, and how streaming is changing this work. Featuring Darcy Paquet (subtitler ...
  • Explaining US Cybersecurity Policy Integration Through a National Regime Lens 

    Farhat, Karim (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2021-12-14)
    This research uses the Policy Regime Framework to analyze which of two policy ‎problems, US-China rivalry or IT/OT convergence, better explain degrees of coherence ‎and integration in the US cybersecurity regime. It explains ...
  • Essays on Economics of Distributed Energy 

    Tsybina, Evgeniya (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2021-12-13)
    Essays on Economics of Distributed Energy Evgeniya Tsybina 165 pages Directed by Dr Matthew Oliver We propose and implement a series of theoretical and applied essays to analyze the economic behavior of owners of ...
  • Invasions: 'Othering' and the Social Control of Migrants, Cats, and Kudzu in Atlanta, GA 

    Bunyak, Garrett (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2021-12-09)
    Invasion metaphors are today commonly used to describe immigrants, refugees, non-human animal and plant species, viruses, and even ideas. Despite the varied and widespread use of invasion narratives within and between ...
  • The Politics of the Military in China: The CCP and PLA 

    Bulanov, Alex; Fatykhova, Amelia; Gouhl, Anika; Detzler, Benjamin; Dykstra, Emily; Durrani, Faris; Brown, Geoffrey; Feroz, Mariam; Chandanala, Prabhath; Cai, Runyu (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2019-12-12)
    The People’s Liberation Army (PLA) of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) is and has always been a crucial part to help the Party and Republic to advance its goals, from helping Mao to establish his communist state to the ...
  • Austen’s Game of Feminism 

    Durrani, Faris (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2019-02-08)
    It is a universally acknowledged truth that marriage was a critical element in a woman’s life in Regency England. In the patriarchal society, only men can inherit the wealth of their parents, forcing women to marry to climb ...
  • Austen: Feminist and Revolutionist 

    Durrani, Faris (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2019-03-11)
    Jane Austen portrays her novel heroines as outliers in the patriarchal society of Regency Britain. For example, in Pride and Prejudice (1813), Elizabeth Bennet chose to marry for love and not merely in pursuit of economic ...
  • Motherhood and Income Inequality: A Cross-Country Analysis 

    O'Day, Emily (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2021-12)
    This paper attempts to analyze the gender wage gap in the United States and other economically developed nations. Despite a significant convergence of the income gap between men and women in the US, recent years have seen ...
  • The Effect of Gross Domestic Product on Environmental Expenditures 

    Wekulom, Apueela (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2021-12)
    This paper tests the relationship between the dependent variable environmental expenditures and the independent variable GDP. The study includes observations from 180 countries from around the world. Other independent ...
  • Relationship between higher education level and GDP per capita of different American States 

    Wang, Heming (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2021-12)
    Education has long been considered a vital factor that determines a person’s income level. This paper aims to explore if this effect still exists after being magnified to a state-wide scale, and, if it still does, the ...
  • Understanding the Effects of Income on Housing Prices in the United States of America 

    Eastep, Ryan (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2021-12)
    This paper explores the effects of income on housing prices in the United States. Data from the 50 states including the District of Columbia was all collected within a year of each other in order to accurately reflect the ...
  • Impact of Public-School Funding on Juvenile Incarceration Rates 

    Manzano, Citlali (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2021-12)
    For the past few decades, the United States has had one the highest incarceration rates in the world. With thousands of youths under the age of 18 being in prison, it is important to analyze which form of prevention is ...

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