Hilary E. Kahn is currently the Associate Director of the Center for the Study of Global Change at IU-Bloomington (a Title VI National Resource Center). She is also the Director of the Graduate Minor in Global Studies at IUB, the Director of Voices and Visions: Islam and Muslims in a Global Perspective (a public scholarship initiative supported by the Social Science Research Council), Director of Framing the Global Project (a research and publication initiative supported by the Mellon Foundation), and faculty in Anthropology and International Studies.
Prof. Kahn leads communities of practice and professional development workshops for staff and faculty of Bloomington and the entire IU system on curriculum and campus internationalization. Before coming to the Global Center, she was the Director of Curriculum Internationalization at IUPUI. She regularly teaches within the IU Global Studies Program and the International Studies Department and she runs a summer service-learning program in Jamaica. She has taught semester-long Global Dialogues courses through interactive video technology with Macedonia, Indonesia, and Russia. Her areas of interest and expertise include international education, intercultural teaching and learning, visual anthropology, visual pedagogies, human rights and the arts, and global research. In 2009, she received the IU Commission of Multicultural Understanding Faculty Award for promoting multicultural understanding and the IU International Studies Excellence in Teaching Award. She is also the leader of the Internationalization of Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum Network for NAFSA: Association of International Educators.