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In this week's edition, the Pardee School invites applications for three new faculty positions, students were welcomed back to campus at the Pardee School's annual Welcome Back Pardee celebration, Pardee School graduate students attend the annual Graduate Career Advance, and Pardee professors in the media on the ongoing crisis in Kashmir, James Mattis, and President Donald Trump. 
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This Week @BUPardeeSchool

Week of September 11, 2019

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Event Spotlight

Pardee School Welcomes Students Back to Campus

Students turned out in droves to meet Pardee School faculty, enjoy food from around the world and learn more about the school's student groups. 

 
Student Spotlight

Pardee School Graduate Students Attend 2019 Career Advance

The annual Career Advance included team-building activities and career-planning advice.

 
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. 

 
School News

Five New Faculty Members Join Pardee School

The Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies is pleased to welcome five new faculty members. 

 
School News

Video: Pardee School 2019 Convocation Highlights

The 233 undergraduates and 58 graduate students joined more than 9,000 alumni from programs currently under the purview of the Pardee School.

 
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" 

 
School News

Pardee School Gathers at 2019 Annual Retreat

The focus of the retreat was to plan for the new academic year and discuss the long-term strategic goals and priorities of the school.
 
Center Spotlight

ASC Completes Research Project on Mandinka Archives

The African Studies Center recently completed a project with Mugar Library focusing on the archives of Mandinka scholars of Casamance, Senegal.

 
Faculty News

Schmidt Gives Talks on Demoracy and Crisis Management in the EU

Prof. Vivien Schmidt gave several recent talks and keynotes on a range of topics including democracy in the European Union, Europe's crisis of legitimacy, and populist narratives. 
 
Faculty News

Chehabi Gives Talk at Harvard on the Iranian Revolution

Prof. Houchang Chehabi gave a talk entitled "The Iranian Revolution at 40: Precursor to an Age of Populism?"

 
Faculty News

Harsch Publishes Journal Article on International Courts

Michael Harsch published a recent article in the Journal of Common Market Studies on international courts and public opinion.

 

IN THE MEDIA

Adil Najam 

Lockdown in Kashmir

NPR's On Point
Vesko Garcevic

U.S. Western Balkans Special Envoy

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty
Gregory Aftandilian 

Mattis and Trump

The Arab Weekly
Adil Najam 

Continuing Crisis in Kashmir

Hum TV
September 12, 2019
Graduate Students: Job Search for Career Changers

Manufacturing Authenticity: The Idea of "Mexican" Food
 

September 13, 2019                

MA Paper Progress Check-In For December Defenses 

Verses and Flows: Migrant Lives and the Sounds of Crossing

Human Rights Activism and Scholarship: Exploring the Relationship

September 15, 2019 
                                    

Conference: Religion and the Strange
 


September 16, 2019                             
 

MA Paper Defenses 

Rodney Seminar: After Nigeria's 2019 Elections What Implications for Democratic Development and What Next

What Did I Learn in Europe? A Works in Progress Presentation by Prof. Joseph Wippl 
 


September 17, 2019 
       
                         
Latin American Studies Fall Welcome Reception
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