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Steve Yale-Loehr, Migrations

"Increasing the required wages will especially hurt startups and smaller enterprises that may be unable to meet the increased requirements", says...
Held on October 7th, 2020, this panel was organized to bring together architects and planners to comment on the ongoing reconstructions in Beirut...

Call for Submissions

Students and alumni: Share a short essay, poem, or visual art reflecting on your personal experience of race and crossing borders. Due Nov. 9.
"By criminalizing migrants, border agencies reframe migration governance in terms of security, legitimizing the culture of suspicion directed at...

Sarah Kreps Appointed John L. Wetherill Professor

Reppy Institute faculty Sarah Kreps is one of A&S's newest endowed professors.
In his seminar presentation, How Does Racialization Measure a Society's Tolerance for Dehumanization?, Aching proposes that we think of processes...

Sarah Kreps, PACS

“In order for these apps to be effective, you need to have enough of a critical mass of people who are willing to download and use the app,” says...
“Nationalism is really at the root of the rhetorical spiral which is driving the tit for tat in policies that are accelerating the confrontation,”...

LADISLAUS M. SEMALI ...

The presentation will not only discuss what constitutes indigenous knowledge but how it can be used in times of crises such as the COVID-19...
Yuri Orlov was an internationally renowned physicist, human rights champion and Soviet-era dissident, and professor emeritus of physics (CAS).