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Joseph Margulies, PACS

Prof. Joseph Margulies and Prof. Jamila Michener will discuss Margulies’ new book based on a long-term study of Olneyville, a low-income Latino...
The Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies is excited to announce our reading group and seminar series. All events are held virtually.

Sabrina Karim, PACS

The Gender and the Security Sector (GSS) Lab uses an interdisciplinary, social scientific approach to study gender in police, military and...

Peter Katzenstein Book Prize

The Katzenstein Prize recognizes an outstanding first book in International Relations, Comparative Politics, or Political Economy. Due March 1,...

How China’s imperial legacy underpins state racism and violence in Xinjiang

Due to incidents in Guangzhou, where Africans were evicted and forced to sleep on the street, many are realizing that Chinese racism exists.

Rebecca Slayton, PACS

In the latest H-Diplo | ISSF Policy Series, Jason Ludwig (PhD candidate, STS) and PACS director Rebecca Slayton write on structural inequality in...

Agnieszka Nimark, PACS Visiting Scholar

The Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons enters into force on Jan. 22, 2021. Nimark explains present context & historical significance.

Sabrina Karim, PACS

"There was some degree of complicitness, not among all of the police officers or law enforcement agents, but some," says Sabrina Karim, professor of...
Naomi Egel, PhD candidate in government, argues in favor of rejoining the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (aka, the “Iran Nuclear Deal”).

Rebecca Slayton, PACS

PACS Director Rebecca Slayton explores the evolution of military cyber operations in new article out in Texas National Security Review.