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DePaul’s Applied Diplomacy program is dedicated to re-conceptualizing the practice of diplomacy to make these interconnections possible. Uniting traditional and non-traditional approaches to the field, the program seeks to transform our understanding of both. We emphasize the critical necessity for practitioners of diplomacy to become culturally, racially, ethnically, ecologically and religiously literate, and embrace an interdisciplinary and intercultural definition of the term diplomacy.
The faculty of Applied Diplomacy are drawn from twenty-one different departments and programs across the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, making it one of the most disciplinarily diverse diplomatic studies programs in the United States. Our diverse constellation of teacher-scholars bring the critical insights of a liberal arts education to bear on the concrete work of promoting cooperation, community building and conflict resolution in multiple contexts. The Faculty come from not only DePaul's International Studies and Political Science departments, but also from African and Black Diaspora Studies; Anthropology; Art, Media and Design; Community Service Studies; Critical Ethnic Studies; Forced Migration Studies; Geography; History; History of Art and Architecture; Latin American and Latino Studies; Modern Languages; Peace, Justice and Conflict Studies; Public Health; Public Service; Religious Studies; Sociology; Sustainable Urban Development; Women and Gender Studies; and Writing, Rhetoric and Discourse.