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Magnus Fiskesjö, PACS

On the "Voice of East Turkistan" podcast, Fiskesjö discusses how China’s imperial legacy underpins state racism and violence in Xinjiang.  

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Check out this exhibit during SEAP's 70th anniversary

As a part of the SEAP 70th Anniversary, the John M. Echols Collection has curated a digital exhibit on the life and work of Giok Po Oey. Check out the...

Focus on Racism and Dispossession

A new cycle of Migrations initiative grants for faculty supports migrations-related research, pedagogy, and engagement. Applications due April 25.

Africans in Science and Technology

In contrast to the objective conditions and the current images of Africa in the global geo-politics measured by indicators of socio-economic...

Sarah Kreps, PACS

Research areas are broad and interdisciplinary, and include misinformation and the potential uses and misuses of AI in political communication.

Van Tran, SEAP

View the full article by SEAP alumna Van Tran in the Washington Post. 

Moving Words, Moving Worlds: Migration, Exile and Return

Poetry is sometimes viewed as the least directly political of literary genres, yet the political and other forms of exile have encroached on the lives...

Sarah Kreps, PACS

“All of the signs coming out of the administration are that even if many of the individuals are the same as a decade ago, the policies will not be,”...

Robert H. Frank, Einaudi

This opinion piece references an op-ed written by Robert Frank, emeritus professor of economics, in The New York Times in which Frank argues that many...