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Faculty Fellow Karen Graubart Awarded NEH Fellowship (more...)


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Kellogg Doctoral Student Affiliates Embark on NSF Fellowships Kellogg Doctoral Student Affiliates Embark on NSF Fellowships
Doctoral student affiliates Jeremy Graham and Juan Angel Valdez Jr. (political science) are in the first year of five-year fellowships awarded in 2016 by the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (NSF-GRFP).
Javeline Pursues Dual Interests in Russian Politics and Global Environmental IssuesJaveline Pursues Dual Interests in Russian Politics and Global Environmental Issues
In her academic research, Faculty Fellow Debra Javeline leads two lives. She is focused on coastal adaptation to climate change—and on the response to political violence in a small Russian town.
An “Accidental” Engaged AnthropologistAn “Accidental” Engaged Anthropologist
Faculty Fellow Catherine Bolten interviews Visiting Fellow Stuart Kirsch about his arc of work as an anthropologist interested in issues of development and in engagement with the communities he studies.

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IN THE MEDIA

El Salvador's proposal to increase jail sentences of women seeking abortions must be rejected El Salvador's proposal to increase jail sentences of women seeking abortions must be rejected
Kellogg International Scholar Natasha Reifenberg '18 coauthors opinion piece based on her research. (National Catholic Reporter)

UN Security Council Meeting Sought Over N. Korea Missile Test UN Security Council Meeting Sought Over N. Korea Missile Test
Faculty Fellow George Lopez say N. Korea's missile test is a major challenge for the Trump administration. (New York Times)

Trump and Trade: A Catholic Take Trump and Trade: A Catholic Take
Faculty Fellow Thomas Gresik notes the subtle effect of technological change on US jobs—and the opportunities for China in the cancellation of the TPP. (ncregister.com)

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