CURA Announces 2021-22 Religion and World Affairs Fellows
CURA’s new class of fellows will conduct research considering the role of religion in shaping gender or sexual identities, issues of inclusion and exclusion in religious communities, gendered analysis of religious experience, the dynamics of gender or sexuality in the organization of religious communities, engagement of religious groups in public policy related to gender and sexuality, as well as many other topics.
Schilde Colloquium Provides Inside Look at EU Policies & Procedures
Professor Schilde’s colloquium brought together global experts and gave the students not only a firsthand account of major policy fields within the EU but also a close look at the in-house procedures and working methods applied within the Brussels complex.
Garčević Discusses Western Balkans During CEUCE Colloquium
Ambassador Garčević questions why the EU has been losing its soft power attraction in the Western Balkans despite two powerful tools at its hands, the EU membership perspective and intensive economic cooperation/the volume of FDIs.
Mako Delivers Lecture on Conflict Dynamics in Iraq
Professor Mako explored the relationship between state institutions, exclusion, and ethnic conflict in Iraq by situating its evolution along a historical continuum of ethnic elite state capture.
ASC Hosts Second International Colloquium on African Studies
ASC convened scholars to share research on topics including structural changes in Africa after COVID-19, decolonial production and South-South cooperation, lusophone Africa, migration and human rights for women and children, and the Black Pacific
CURA Colloquium: Citizenship and Religious Belonging in State Formation
Sheila Otieno delivered a talk entitled “Splinter Effect: Interrogating Performances of Citizenship and Religious Belonging in State Formation.”
CURA Colloquium: Rewriting Religion, Reinventing Gender in Wittig’s Les Guérillères
Kelly Keenan delivered a talk entitled “Rewriting Religion, Reinventing Gender in Monique Wittig’s Les Guérillères,” as part of the CURA Colloquium.
CURA Colloquium: Populist Religious Rhetoric in Europe
Emma Rosenberg gave a talk as part of the CURA Colloquium on “Right-Wing Populist Religious Rhetoric in Central Europe.”
PSI Hosts Colloquium on Nuclear Politics and Strategy
The Pardee School Policy and Security Initiative (PSI) hosted a colloquium entitled “Nuclear Politics and Strategy: The State of the Art.”
CURA Announces 2018-19 Fellows
The Institute on Culture, Religion and World Affairs (CURA) has announced their 2018-2019 CURA Fellows.
CURA Announces Spring Religion and World Affairs Colloquium Schedule
The colloquium will feature CURA Fellows sharing critiques and providing valuable insight of in-progress papers.