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Global Tides

Global Tides is an online academic journal publishing Pepperdine undergraduate student papers relating to important international issues. The journal publishes once annually featuring three to five scholarly essays. The journal also includes a book review section as well as a travel report, entitled "Journeyer's Journal," in which overseas students may submit short narratives describing international experiences.

In an effort to foster awareness and informed dialogue about a broad range of international issues, submissions from students of all majors are encouraged, particularly those majoring in International Studies (all specializations), Political Science, History, Communication, Humanities, Religion, Art History, and Languages.

Submissions should constitute rigorous research pertaining to at least one non-US country or world region. Contributors may pursue topics of significance in a variety of subfields, while consistently reaching a standard of professional quality in analysis, evidence and documentation. Priority will be given to those articles that address issues of current and pressing international interest, but articles of broader scope or historical study that inform the present international situation will also be considered. Students interested in contributing to Global Tides can find more information at http://globaltides.pepperdine.edu.

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Contact Our Division

International Studies & Languages Division
Pepperdine University
24255 Pacific Coast Hwy.
Malibu, CA 90263-7446
P: (310) 506-7446 | F: (310) 506-7518

Offices located in the Pendleton Learning Center (PLC 101).

Administration
Paul Begin, Ph.D.
Divisional Dean
Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies

Shannon Latson, M.A.
Office Manager

Lawrence Levy
Administrative Assistant

Placement Exams

The International Studies and Languages Division administers placement examinations in foreign languages and oral speech, to determine the level at which our students will begin certain general studies requirements.

Learn more about preparing and taking these placement exams

Advanced Placement Credit

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