When Phil Stephens was a senior at IU, his Little 500 team arrived at the race favored to win. This had happened before. Three years earlier, his team won every preparatory race leading up to the Little 500 and secured the first seed.
HLS Scholarship Event Hosts “The Man Who Ran Washington” for Conversation
The Hamilton Lugar School’s second annual scholarship event featured former Secretary of State James A. Baker III and political journalists Susan Glasser and Peter Baker for a wide-ranging conversation that spanned the Secretary’s political career and current national and international issues.
Huss Banai, 2021 Outstanding Junior Faculty Award Winner, Highlights Non-Western Forms of Liberalism
Reflecting on his childhood in Tehran in the 1980s, Hussein Banai realized something interesting. Liberalism—a political doctrine that promotes personal liberty, free markets, individual rights, and constitutional democracy—was all around him, but almost nobody was talking about it publicly.
#GetHLS Vol. 6: IKS hosts first webinar in new film series
Globally Engaging Together is a biweekly newsletter sent to the Hamilton Lugar School community. You can subscribe here. Feature Story: IKS Webinar Series Showcases Korean-American Stories Co-sponsored by the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in the US, “Parallel Dreams: Korean and Korean-American Issues through Film” will feature three film screenings and conversations with Korean-American directors…. Read more »
Institute for Korean Studies begins webinar series showcasing Korean-American stories
Yesterday, the Institute for Korean Studies at Indiana University’s Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies began its new webinar series, “Parallel Dreams: Korean and Korean-American Issues through Film.” Co-sponsored by the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in the US, the free, public lecture series will feature three film screenings and conversations with… Read more »
Law and Institutions Degree Program on Cutting Edge of International Issues
In areas ranging from human rights and migration to trade and development, those who influence and understand international laws can create profound and lasting change. International laws and agreements have led to the transformation of domestic laws in nations around the world, making these tools quite powerful. Students who take classes in the International Law… Read more »
Get funding to explore new languages this summer
Since 1950, the Hamilton Lugar School’s Language Workshop has enabled thousands of students and professionals to intensively study languages critical to academic research, economic development, human rights, diplomacy, national security, cultural exchange, scientific advancement, and other global issues.
#GetHLS Vol. 5: International Law & Institutions Week
Globally Engaging Together is a biweekly newsletter sent to the Hamilton Lugar School community. You can subscribe here. Feature Story: Law & Institutions Week From April 7 to 14, the Hamilton Lugar School is hosting International Law & Institutions Week, featuring events, expert panels, and lectures brought together by the International Law & Institutions degree… Read more »
PhD Candidate Azadeh Aghighi Reconsiders Women’s Roles in Islam
Azadeh Aghighi’s path to Bloomington started in Iran. She grew up and studied in Tehran, receiving her BA and MA in Islamic Theology, Quran, and Hadith Sciences. As she completed her graduate studies, she decided to come to the US to continue her studies. She says, “I was very interested in working on some topic… Read more »
The Hamilton Lugar School Welcomes Acclaimed Judge Camelia Bogdan for International Law & Institutions Week
Dr. Camelia Bogdan, a Romanian judge on the Bucharest Court of Appeals, will speak with Amb. Lee Feinstein, the Hamilton Lugar School’s founding dean, as part of International Law & Institutions Week on Wednesday, April 14 at 11am (EDT). Register now. The conversation will focus on Bogdan’s prolific work combatting corruption and other transnational financial… Read more »