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Kassam Develops Climate Calendars

Global Public Voices fellow Karim-Aly Kassam works with Indigenous and rural people to create community-specific ecological calendars.

Challenges and Solution to Climate Change in Africa

“Climate change is having a growing impact on the African continent, hitting the most vulnerable hardest, and contributing to food insecurity,...

EMPOWERING WOMEN AND THE YOUTH THROUGH ENHANCED GUINEA FOWL PRODUCTION AND...

The overall goal is to increase guinea fowl productivity in two selected communities (Yua and Sirigu) in order to improve food security, reduce...

African Continental Free Trade Agreement: Promises and Perils

Africa has about 12% of the world’s oil reserves, 42% of its gold, 80%–90% of chromium and platinum group metals, and 60% of arable land in addition...

Durba Ghosh, PACS and SAP

Durba Ghosh, professor of history, explains that adding the Sharma family to season two of the Netflix show “Bridgerton” is historically accurate as...

Peter Katzenstein, Johan Skytte Prize Laureate

Oct. 1 at 11:30 a.m. ET: Tune in to Katzenstein's Skytte Prize lecture, “Thinking about Spaghetti—Served by German and Italian Waiters.”

New Directors Take Helm at LACS, IES, SEAP

New program directors Ernesto Bassi, Mabel Berezin, and Tom Pepinsky share their programs' plans for this academic year.

Magnus Fiskesjö, PACS and SEAP

This new book "Stories from an Ancient Land: Perspectives on Wa History and Culture" recently published by Berghahn (August 2021). Fiskesjo is...

Eswar Prasad, SAP

Eswar Prasad, professor of economics and international trade policy, says that an abrupt default on a number of debts by Evergrade “would be a useful...

Stephen Yale-Loher, Immigration

“The problem is that it only protects people who were already in the United States,” says Stephen Yale-Loehr, professor of immigration law. “People...