CHID International Programs

The Program in the Comparative History of Ideas is widely recognized and respected for its innovative and transformative international programs. We believe that a “foreign” experience should be a part of every liberal education, not as a means of escape or self-affirmation, but as a path toward critical realistic participation in a world that is both increasingly unified and persistently diverse. Our primary goal is to expose carefully cultivated communities of students and faculty to the complexity of the world through exposure to other cultures and through self-reflection, recognizing that cultural horizons are historically constructed. As with our program on campus, our International Programs are guided by the CHID principles.

Explore our upcoming and current programs below, or browse our past programs archive. Join our mailing list to receive updates about our programs.

Upcoming Programs - Accepting Applications

Bosnia & Serbia

Summer 2016

Location: Sarajevo and Belgrade, Bosnia and Serbia
Program Director:

Summer 2016

Location: Oaxaca, Mexico

Summer 2016

Location: Romsa (Tromsø) and Kárášjohka (Karasjok), Norway
Mexico City

Summer 2016

Location: Mexico City, Mexico
Program Director:
Black Sea

Early Fall Start 2016

Location: Bucharest, Tbilisi, Romania, Georgia
Program Director:
New York

Early Fall Start 2016

Location: New York, United States
Program Director:

Upcoming and Current Programs - Applications Closed

Winter 2016

Rome and Budapest
Rome, Vienna, Budapest, and Prague, Italy, Austria, Hungary, and Czech Republic

Spring 2016

Rome, Verona, Padova, Venice, Florence, Italy
San Sebastián, Barcelona, Spain

Summer 2016

Questions? Contact CHID International Programs

Part-Time Lecturer and Outreach Coordinator, CHID International Programs
Director of International Programs and Part-Time Lecturer