Documentary ‘The Wondrous World of Laundry’ will be screened
Month: April 2017
“No one was talking about Russia before the election,” asserted Russian journalist Aleksandr Gorbachev, “Then, boom, it’s the only thing people talk about. And it’s getting blown out of proportion.”
Renowned for the range of his scholarship and the courses he has developed, Christopher I. Beckwith has joined the ranks of Indiana University’s Distinguished Professors. A researcher in the Department of Central Eurasian Studies in the School of Global and International Studies, he is one of nine IU researchers and artists appointed this year and… Read more »
Ganguly, also a professor of political science and the Rabindranath Tagore Chair in Indian Cultures and Civilizations, joins one of the nation’s oldest and most prestigious honorary societies.
“Foreign policy is much broader than what some people might think,” noted School of Global and International Studies Dean Lee Feinstein in his welcoming remarks to those gathered for the inaugural Diplomacy Lab symposium in the Indiana Memorial Union Solarium Wednesday, April 12. But current thinking about preventing war and tackling other pressing global issues,… Read more »
Soon after the Russo-Georgian War, Elizabeth Dunn (IU SGIS Associate Professor of Geography and International Studies) found herself in a displaced persons camp in Georgia. From 2008 through 2013, the Fulbright Scholar spent part of every year living among the estimated 28,000 people permanently displaced from their homes in South Ossetia, “wedged between past and… Read more »
Christopher Bail, a Duke University professor whose research has chronicled the emergence of anti-Muslim organizations and their role in mainstream American culture, will speak April 11 at the School of Global and International Studies.
The Indiana University Diplomacy Lab program is hosting its first Diplomacy Lab Symposium on April 12 in the Indiana Memorial Union Solarium.
Assistant Professor of East Asian International Relations and East Asian Languages and Cultures Adam Liff has been selected by the Social Science Research Council for its Abe Fellowship program. Liff is among 10 researchers and four journalists from the US and Japan to receive the Abe Fellowship and Abe Fellowship for journalists for the 2016 competition year.