The Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future hosted an all-day, interdisciplinary symposium exploring the future of the Arctic from multiple perspectives.
Prof. Manjari Miller spoke as part of a panel on Indian foreign policy which was moderated by Dhruva Jaishankar, the Director of the US Initiative at the ORF.
Prof. Rachel Nolan moderated a panel as part of a symposium on “Uncertain States: Narrative Journalism and Its Limits.”
Several Pardee School faculty members participated in the Center for the Study of Asia symposium on “Asia in Transition: 1919-2019.”
Prof. Jessica Stern gave a talk entitled “My War Criminal, Dr. Radovan Karadzic.”
Associate Dean William Grimes attended the “Symposium on Building the Financial System of the 21st Century” in Guangzhou, China.
Prof. William Grimes participated in a symposium entitled “Building the Financial System of the 21st Century: An Agenda for Europe and the United States.”
The symposium featured a day of panels on a range of topics as well as a concert of Indian vocal music on yogic themes and a range of kirtan chants.
Dean Adil Najam said the youth of South Asia are the voice of democracy for the region.
Corgan spoke as part of the Domestic Policies panel, which will examine Arctic geopolitics and Icelandic politics.
The symposium also included a panel, trilingual poetry reading in Ladino, Spanish and English and a Sephardic music concert.