On January 14 and 15, the Hamilton Lugar School brought together a diversity of scholars and researchers to examine how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the lives and wellbeing of caretakers, particularly in academia.
Race Gender Power Series
In a discussion that spanned Eastern European politics, race relations in the US and Ukraine, and the media landscape, the Root’s Terrell J. Starr joined Media School Professor Elaine Monaghan in the latest installment of the Hamilton Lugar School’s series on Race, Gender and Power in Global Affairs.
Terrell Jermaine Starr, a senior reporter for The Root whose writing covers Russia, Ukraine, the 2020 election, race, and security issues, will be joining the Hamilton Lugar School as part of its speaker series on Race, Gender, and Power in Global Affairs. Participants will be able to ask questions during the live event on our… Read more »
Ariana Katz, an HLS senior majoring in International Law & Institutions, led a discussion with Women4Change Executive Director Rima Shahid about voting and how to get involved at the local, state, and federal level for change. The Hamilton Lugar School is encouraging students to register to vote and check their registration before the October 5th… Read more »
At the end of a summer in which the entire world grappled with the legacy of racism, scholar Robbie Shilliam and HLS Assistant Dean Shruti Rana discussed how Black civil rights are far more than a domestic issue. Now available on HLS’s Facebook page, the vibrant conversation put Black Lives Matter in the historical and… Read more »
On August 7 the Hamilton Lugar School initiated its speaker series on Race, Gender and Power in Global Affairs with a conversation between HLS Dean Lee Feinstein and Ambassador Bonnie Jenkins about her career in international affairs and the importance of diversity in diplomacy.