Conference

Finalists’ Symposium

On March 30 and 31, 2012, a symposium was held in New York City for the finalists in the New Directions in the Study of Prayer Research Initiative. Each finalist project was presented by its respective principal investigator. The symposium provided participants with a unique opportunity to gather feedback on their projects from their peers and fellow finalists, as well as from the advisory committee. This feedback will be instrumental as finalists move forward with their projects and submit full proposals later this year.

Emerging Powers and the UN (New York)

Two meetings on China’s growing participation in multilateral peace operations, and the evolving debate within China on global norms such as the Responsibility to Protect.

Emerging Powers and the UN (New York)

  Two meetings on China’s growing participation in multilateral peace operations, and the evolving debate within China on global norms such as the Responsibility to Protect.  

“Doing transnational migration research” seminar

The Cuba Program sponsored a seminar titled “Doing Transnational Migration Research—Epistemological and Methodological Issues” in Havana, Cuba. Luis Guarnizo of the University of California, Davis and Jose Itzigsohn of Brown University led the seminar.

“Doing transnational migration research” seminar

The Cuba Program sponsored a seminar titled “Doing Transnational Migration Research—Epistemological and Methodological Issues” in Havana, Cuba. Luis Guarnizo of the University of California, Davis and Jose Itzigsohn of Brown University led the seminar.

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