As a Senior Fellow for India, Pakistan, and South Asia, Professor Miller will research and write on United States-India relations, India’s foreign policy, as well as political, economic, social, and cultural developments in India and South Asia.
In his podcast appearance, Longman discussed the ebbs and flows of his academic and career that took him from his hometown in Illinois to Boston University.
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“In Europe, to be named Honorary Professor is one of the most prestigious awards a University can grant to someone who is not a member of their faculty”
Professor Sarkar discussed power structures and hierarchies in knowledge production, and how that impedes the process of decolonization of the field.
Miller discussed the history of China India relations, how it affects policy issues today, and where India’s relationship with the U.S. fits in this geopolitical scenario.
Professor Ferretti will assume the role of VP, Office of Compliance Advisor Ombudsman (CAO) on or around January 1, 2021.
Professor Lori discussed her latest book, which explores the forces shaping citizenship policy in the United Arab Emirates.
The ENMISA Distinguished Book Award recognizes a pieces excellence in the field of ethnicity, nationalism, or migration studies.
“I cannot help noticing the parallels between my here and now and the bifurcated society depicted in Asimov’s two dystopian novels.”
Professor Selin’s latest book examines sustainability through analyzing human interactions with mercury over thousands of years.
Professor Chehabi discusses how religious authorities reclassified caviar to conform to the sharia.
Ambassador Garčević emphasized the importance of private and public sector cooperation in creating prosperous societies and sustainable economic development.
Professor Karra joins the journal, which publishes public health, social science, and biomedical research with a primary focus on developing countries.
Signs is the leading international journal in women’s and gender studies.
Professor Lori presented during four sperate panels during the American Political Science Association 2020 annual meeting.
Professor Lori’s book Offshore Citizens: Permanent Temporary Status in the Gulf was awarded the 2020 Best Book Prize from the Migration and Citizenship section of the American Political Science Association.
Professor Brulé is among the 28 scholars and professionals selected for the fourth class of Truman-Governance Fellows.
As a visiting scholar, Sarkar will work on her second book project, Light Water Capitalism: The Rise and Fall of U.S. Global Power.
Through the Max Planck Sabbatical Award, Professor Mahesh Karra plans to be at the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research during his sabbatical in 2021.