In this week's edition, the Pardee Graduate Council hosts a welcome breakfast for new faculty and students, the Beyond the Headlines series continues with two discussions on India-Pakistan relations and Russia, CURA hosts a conference on Muslim communities in Europe and North America, and Pardee professors in the media on rare earth elements, Macron's Iran proposal and the UN General Assembly Meeting. 
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This Week @BUPardeeSchool

Week of October 2, 2019

Top Stories

Student Spotlight

Pardee Graduate Council Hosts New Faculty Breakfast

The Pardee Graduate Council hosted a breakfast to welcome new faculty and students to the Pardee School community.  

Center Spotlight

CURA Hosts Conference on Muslim Communities in Europe and North America

The Institute on Culture, Religion and World Affairs hosted a conference entitled "Muslim Communities in Europe and North America: Contemporary Developments and Challenges."  

Event Spotlight

Beyond the Headlines: The Russia Trap

The Beyond the Headlines series continued with a discussion entitled "The Russia Trap." 

Faculty News

Schmidt Gives WorldBoston Talk on Populism in Europe

Prof. Vivien Schmidt gave a talk entitled "The Rise of Populism" as part of WorldBoston's Great Decisions series. 

School News

Join the Pardee School Network on LinkedIn

Update your education profile on LinkedIn to include "Boston University -- Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies" 

Center Spotlight

CSE, ASC, CURA Host Talk With Scholastique Mukasonga

Rwandan author Scholastique Mukasonga was hosted by several Pardee School affiliated centers and institutes for a reading and conversation.
Faculty News

Goldstein Gives Keynote at Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Prof. Erik Goldstein delivered a keynote lecture at a conference entitled "The Frustrated Peace? The Versailles Treaty and its Political, Social and Economic Impact on Europe."

Faculty News

Shifrinson Presents Paper on Europe, Asia and U.S. Grand Strategy

Prof. Joshua Shifrinson presented at a workshop hosted by the Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies and Norwegian Defence University College.

Event Spotlight

BtH: Pakistan-India Relations and Kashmir

The Beyond the Headlines series continued with a discussion entitled "Pakistan-India Relations Under Imran Khan and Modi After August 5." 

Faculty News

Garcevic Speaks at Harvard on Yugoslavia

Amb. Vesko Garcevic spoke as part of a panel at Harvard University's Center for European Studies on the former Yugoslavia entitled “Yugoslavia Revisited."  

School News

Pardee School Invites Applications for Three Faculty Positions

The Frederick S. Pardee School for Global Studies at Boston University invites applications for three new faculty positions. 



Julie Klinger 

Rare Earth Elements

East Asia Forum 
Igor Lukes

1989 Velvet Revolutions

Gregory Aftandilian 

Macron's Iran Proposal

The Arab Weekly
Adil Najam 

UN General Assembly Meeting

October 2, 2019
The Logic of Coercive Kidnapping 

October 3, 2019                

Can We Talk? Dialogue and Debate in the Contemporary Academy 

An Economy Under Siege: Building Socialism and Solidarity With Cuba Today

Faculty Welcome 

October 4, 2019                         

BU Global Music Festival 

October 7, 2019            


Human Capital Initiative: Hanna Shwank 

Rodney Seminar: Spirited Places

Global China Colloquium: Jonathan Kirshner 

Constructing and Deconstructing Europe After the Cold War

Fall Reception Boat Cruise 

October 8, 2019 

Graduate Student and Faculty Mixer 

The Idea of Arab Food: Geography and Ethnicity 
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