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Talk • War’s Footprint on Ukraine

January 17, 2024

Anna Ackermann is a climate and energy policy professional, a founding member of the Center for Environmental Initiatives “Ecoaction” and a policy analyst at the International Institute for Sustainable Development working on a green reconstruction of Ukraine. She has over … Read more

Nagorno-Karabakh: Conflict, Humanitarian Crisis, and the Future

November 22, 2023

Amid Soviet Union’s dissolution in 1991, just as Armenia and Azerbaijan achieved statehood, Nagorno-Karabakh, a strategic sliver of mountainous land in the South Caucasus, officially declared independence. War erupted between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the region, resulting in roughly thirty … Read more

Kleio Prize Ceremony Honoring Dr. Bryant

October 18, 2023

Dr. Bryant will be delivering a lecture entitled, “Blogging and Belonging: Prague’s Czech-Vietnamese Community and What Social Media Might Have Been.” The event will take place in Pauli Murray Hall 569. There will be food and drinks, and we will … Read more

International Law and the Ukraine-Russia Crisis

September 29, 2023

“This case has become much bigger than just Ukraine vs Russia. It has become a test of who will prevail: Russia, or the post-war international legal order.” In 2022, Harold Koh, Sterling Professor of International Law at Yale Law School, … Read more

Carolina Seminar • Silence and Whispers

September 22, 2023

Thomas Ort is associate professor of modern European history and director of the Honors in the Social Sciences program at Queens College, The City University of New York. The main focus of his research has been modernist and avant-garde life … Read more