EAP's Jack Zinda Works with Communities
Environmental sociologist examines how human decisions influence environmental outcomes in communities—from China to New York State.
Maggie Jack, SEAP
The Tatmadaw generals’ digital strategy was a key part of their coup.
The Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies is excited to announce our reading group and seminar series. All events are held virtually.
Vusi Gumede has been appointed Dean of the Faculty of Economics, Development and Business Science, University of Mpumalanga (UMP). Before joining...
The South Asia Program is excited to announce our Spring 2021 Events Calendar. All our events this semester are virtual and open to the public, though...
Sabrina Karim, PACS
The Gender and the Security Sector (GSS) Lab uses an interdisciplinary, social scientific approach to study gender in police, military and...
Qi Wang, EAP
Qi Wang (EAP) reviews research about human memory.
Bribes, fake factories and forged documents: The Buccaneering Consultants Pervading China’s Factory Audits
Sarosh Kuruvilla, SAP and SEAP
Sarosh Kuruvilla, professor of industrial relations, Asian studies and public affairs, discusses the factory industry in China.
Kun Huang, a PhD student in comparative literature studying anti-blackness in China, is part of the Einaudi Center's East Asia Program. EAP's Graduate...
“Economic Downturns, Global Pandemics and Parliamentary Elections”
The NSF has awarded Assistant Professor of Government Bryn Rosenfeld $339,122 for the study “Economic Downturns, Global Pandemics and Parliamentary...