Professor of International Relations and Comparative Politics
The Graduate Center, CUNY
Prof. Golob teaches courses in both International Relations (The United States in an Age of Globalization) and Comparative Politics (Politics of the Third World, Latin American and Caribbean Political Systems). Similarly, her major research interest – sovereignty under globalization, with a specialization in the Western Hemisphere – occupies the intersection of these two subfields. Prof. Golob has two ongoing research projects, the first on regional integration in the NAFTA Triad (Canada-U.S.-Mexico), and the second on the globalization of ‘rule of law’ ideas and their impact on legal and judicial culture in post-authoritarian Chile and Spain.