Nolan Explores Impact of State Violence in El Salvador & Guatemala in Premier Álvarez Seminar
Professor Nolan detailed the nations’ struggle with state violence throughout the century and how U.S. fears of communism as well as subsequent funding for regional military governments contributed to the first large wave of emigrants from both countries, with many immigrating to the U.S.
Pardee School Faculty Explore Trends in Global Democracy and Democratic Decline
In recent years, global patterns have emerged that threaten to undermine democracy – election denialism, the emergence of nationalist regimes, and the removal of democratically elected governments to name a few. A panel of Pardee School professors commented on these trends in their regions of study as well as the implications for global democracy.
Nolan Awarded Russell Sage Foundation Grant to Support New Research
Professor Nolan’s forthcoming research will focus on three periods of deportation: “Operation Wetback” deportations to Mexico, Drug War-related deportations to the Dominican Republic, and the recent deportations of asylum-seekers to Guatemala and El Salvador.
CANCELLED: Lecture Digs Into Child Immigrant Crisis
Join us on Thursday, Jan. 29 for the third installment of the Pardee School Inaugural Year Lecture Series. El Salvador’s Deputy Foreign Minister will speak on the crisis of Children Immigrants from Central America.