In May 2023, Hamilton Lugar School students in Dr. Elisheva Cohen’s study abroad course: Refugees and Forced Migration in Jordan, traveled to Amman, Jordan to work with and learn from refugee aid organizations, local communities, and refugees. Reflection by Anekah Fish: Majoring in International Law & Institutions and French In early May, I had… Read more »
In May 2023, Hamilton Lugar School students in Dr. Elisheva Cohen’s study abroad course: Refugees and Forced Migration in Jordan, traveled to Amman, Jordan. Students volunteered for and learned from refugee aid organizations, local communities, and refugees themselves. Reflection by Lila Socks ’23, International Studies, Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures Learning from Refugee Youth… Read more »
Republished from Indiana Daily Student The eighth annual America’s Role in the World (ARW) foreign policy conference, ‘Raising the Heat on Foreign Policy,’ will be held March 2-3, 2023 at the IU Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies and livestreamed. Special Presidential Envoy for Climate, former Secretary of State John Kerry, will open the event… Read more »
Two Hamilton Lugar School students have published guest columns in the Indiana Daily Student on their experiences at the United Nations COP27 climate change conference. The following are republished, courtesy of the authors. GUEST COLUMN: My experience at COP27: The climate conference for humanity By Abby Potter Published Dec 11, 2022 While everyone was shivering… Read more »
Hamilton Lugar alumnus Nicholas Atkinson graduated in 2021 with a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and East Asian Languages and Cultures. Nicholas is also an outstanding graduate of Indiana University’s Chinese Flagship Program. He recently published an article with the leading policy outlet, ‘The Diplomat.‘ In the article, ‘China’s Wolf Warriors Aren’t The Majority… Read more »
Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies Master of Arts student Benjamin Blythe has published a blog article with the Council on Foreign Relations examining recent developments in Malaysia. New prime minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob’s ascent in the country’s political landscape is linked with evolving patterns of Chinese investment. Blythe, a graduate student… Read more »
When I was little, I used to beg my dad to tell stories from his time in Japan during college. Together, we filled my childhood room with his old maps and souvenirs. I dreamed of going to a place that felt far away yet familiar. At the end of each story, he would remind me… Read more »
Coming to HLS, I was unsure what to expect. Would languages be like high school Spanish? How much immersion would I gain my freshman year? Could I create long-lasting connections with professors? All these questions swirled in my head as I walked from class to class during my first weeks as I wondered if HLS… Read more »
All too often, research is only associated with fields in the sciences. The groundbreaking discoveries you hear about most often are in modern medicine and technology. In fact, if you google the ambiguous words “recent research,” the top search results are from Science Daily and Hopkins Medicine.
When I first arrived at the Hamilton Lugar School at Indiana University, I knew I was interested in foreign affairs but I was not sure which subjects in particular I wanted to study.