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Einaudi Awards Fund Global Research and Activities

Einaudi awarded seed grants, student travel grants, and internships totaling $355,000. Congratulations to this year's recipients!

Nicholas Mulder, IES

Nicholas Mulder, assistant professor of history, discusses how economic sanctions throughout history have shaped global powers. 

Steve Yale-Loehr, Law

“Almost every reputable report that I have seen has found that immigrants commit crimes at a lower rate than native born U.S. citizens,” says Steve...

Eswar Prasad, SAP

“One lesson that China is probably taking from the fallout is it remains vulnerable to financial, economic and technological sanctions,” says Eswar...

The Role of Regional Economic Communities (RECs) in Ensuring Protection and...

Tuesday, May 17, 2022 10:00am EST   / 2:00pm GMT    Open to the public    Registration The importance of human protection and security as the...

New Article from Migrations Postdoc Eleanor Paynter

Anti-migration sentiments persist across Europe despite countries welcoming Ukrainians fleeing war.

Tristan Ivory, Kristin Roebuck, Chantal Thomas

"This is really an opportunity to break out of our academic silos and learn from one another," said Kristin Roebuck, assistant professor of...

ICC Grants and Fulbright-Hays FRA

Get funding support for your international teaching and research. Letters of intent due in June! Find out how to apply.

Diverse research interests and backgrounds

The East Asia Program seeks to support research that expands and redirects the scope of East Asian Studies, providing more diverse, more inclusive,...

Cristina Florea, IES

A Foreign Affairs op-ed from Cristina Florea (IES) explains why empires and nativism don’t mix: "From history, Putin has recycled not those...