The Institute for Korean Studies at Indiana University’s Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies announces 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 Korean-American… Read more »
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 »
The Hamilton Lugar School will host International Law and Institutions Week from April 7–14. Sessions will highlight the School’s International Law and Institutions degree program, a joint endeavor with IU’s Maurer School of Law that encourages students to draw upon the wealth of resources at HLS, while also providing the opportunity—rare for undergraduates—to take courses… Read more »
A year ago, I sent this note of appreciation to the Hamilton Lugar School community for the inspiring support and response of our students, faculty, and staff to the COVID-19 pandemic. A few days removed from our fifth conference on America’s Role in the World, we did not imagine how profoundly the novel coronavirus would upend daily life… Read more »
Since IU doesn’t have an official spring break this year, HLS has put together this guide of fun activities and events around Bloomington that will help you take a break from school, work, or whatever else is on your mind.
The Hamilton Lugar School has partnered with The International Center to create a new internship program that expands the career and research opportunities available to its undergraduate students.
The Hamilton Lugar School stands in solidarity with Asian American and Pacific Islander communities and condemns the murderous rampage in the Atlanta area that killed eight people, including six women of Asian descent. Anti-Asian racism, xenophobia, misogyny, and violence are nothing new in the United States, but the past year has wrought a terrifying spike… Read more »
The Indiana University Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies and its Institute for Korean Studies have received $1.65 million from the Korea Foundation and IU alumni Young-Jin Kim and William (Won-Suk) Joo to endow a professorship in Korean studies. The social science professorship will be established in the Hamilton Lugar School’s Department of East Asian… Read more »
The Hamilton Lugar School recently hosted a discussion that wove together the history of Black Muslims in the United States and their effect on current national and international trends.