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May 10, 2018

Professor Henri Barkey's "The Making of a Kurdish Mandela" was published on Thursday in Foreign Policy.

You can view the article here: https://foreignpolicy.com/2018/05/10/the-making-of-a-kurdish-mandela/

The International Relations Department hosted it's annual Senior dinner on Tuesday, May 1st at the University Center.  

Congratulations to the class of 2018 and to the award winners!

 

Aurie N. Dunlap Prize in International Relations - Ileana Exaras

Aurie N. Dunlap Prize in International Relations - Ryan Grace

Carey B. Joynt International Relations Award - Theresa Ridings

Oles M. Smolansky Award for Academic Excellence in International Relations - Anastassiya Perevezentseva

 

Class of 2018

International Relations is offering four courses this summer - use this as a chance to get ahead or explore a new interest!

 

Tim Davis, class of 2011, a double major in International Relations and German has won a Fulbright scholarship to study in Germany.  Tim is currently working in IRaq on a mine sweeping team and has previously worked with the United Nations in South Sudan.

Professor Yinan He gave a presentation entitled "East Asian Nationalism: Enduring Themes and New Trends," at the "The Global Order in a New Age of Nationalism" workshop, Perry World House, University of Pennsylvania, April 26, 2018

Two weeks ago, Professor Yinan He delivered two talks relating to Chinese foreign policy. First, on March 1st, she gave a talk at the University of Maryland titled "China Dream and Sino-Japanese Relations" at the international conference China and the World. See the flyer above!

She also gave a talk titled "China's Anti-Americanism in the Trump Era" at the workshop “Anti-Americanism in the Post-American World,” at Princeton University on March 2nd.

International Relations student Paige Hapeman is studying abroad this semester. Click below to see her weekly blog!

Week 1: ​https://crossingcontinentsdotblog.wordpress.com/

Week 2: https://crossingcontinents394235066.wordpress.com/

Middle East Studies Association of North America (MESA) released a letter to Turkish leadership and others condemning the Turkish government's attacks on Professor Henri Barkey.

 

Read the letter in full here

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