Prof. Jim Wertsch's Op-ed in South China Morning Post
US coronavirus lawsuits pick at the scabs of China’s ‘century of humiliation’
Finding Chinatown- Featuring Professor Linling Gao-Miles
In her undergraduate seminar “Chinatown: Migration, Identity & Space,” Linling Gao-Miles explores the questions of immigration, identity, and representation at stake when communities label spaces with racial monikers.
How Has the UN Mission in Kosovo Delivered on Action for Peacekeeping?
IAS alumni Pushkar M. Sharma ('06) publishes an article on the effects of the UN Mission in Kosovo.
Faculty Spotlight: Anika Walke
Professor Walke featured in The Heat: Auschwitz 75th Anniversary!
IAS Theses Presentations
Friday, April 12, IAS seniors presented their final honors theses to peers, faculty advisors, and IAS program leaders. Students’ efforts certainly paid off when they exhibited the variety of insightful and pertinent topics they had investigated over the course of this past year. Across all methodologies, disciplines, and subjects, we are proud to see the successful culminations of our IAS seniors’ hard work.
IAS Students Awarded at European Union Conference
IAS students Afton Apodaca and Julia Greensfelder awarded for "Outstanding Paper” at Claremont-UC Undergraduate Conference on the European Union.