A fine balance: respecting human dignity while upholding accountability

June 7, 2023

Human beings experience hundreds of events and encounters on a weekly basis, but only a precious few of them leave a lasting impression on us. […]

Faculty Research

New questions, new policy perspectives: insights from cultural anthropologist Julia Kowalski

June 6, 2023

Today, policymakers across the world are confronting huge problems, from climate crisis to democratic backsliding and the intensification of violence against women. We are at […]

In The Media

Whose War Is It?

April 29, 2023

Professor of European Studies, William Collins Donahue, reflects on the lessons Germans absorbed following WWII and considers how they affect German attitudes toward Russia’s war […]

In The Media

Federal anti-China sentiment is increasingly seeping into state laws

April 28, 2023

In an article for The Hill, Kyle Jaros, associate professor of global affairs, analyzes anti-China sentiment and how it affects state laws. “Policymakers do their constituents […]