More than Food: Agroecology and Narrative Agriculture in Phatheni
G-08 Uris Hall The seminar series for fall 2023 explores the future of African land, agriculture and food, digging into the contestations,...
Professor Hintz studies the arenas in which struggles over various forms of identity – national, ethnic, religious, gender – take place. She is a...
Stephen Yale-Loehr, Migrations
Stephen Yale-Loehr, professor of immigration law, discusses the backlogged work authorization system.
Raymond Craib, LACS
The government of Chile announced a national search plan to find the remains of people who disappeared under the country’s military rule from 1973 to...
Einaudi Showcases World of Opportunities
Don't miss this year’s International Fair on Aug. 30 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Uris Hall Terrace.
Access to Finance and Women's Access to Land
Register Wednesday, August 30, 2023 2:30pm Samuel Wai Johnson, Jr., Professorial Lecturer of the School of International Service, American...
New Directors Take Helm at SAP, IAD, PACS
New and returning directors Sarah Besky, Rachel Bezner Kerr, and Rebecca Slayton share their programs' plans for this academic year.
Alexandra Cirone, IES
Alexandra Cirone, assistant professor of government, explains why abandoning Truth Social may be in Donald Trump's interest.
New Grant Cycle Open Now
Alex Flecker and LACS grad student Ethan Duvall are studying biogeochemical cycling in the Amazon with partners at the Ecuador Hub.
Apply by November 30!
American doctoral candidates, and postdoctoral researchers who want to pursue further research on Cambodia or on Cambodia within a regional context...