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PACS Announces Essay Prize

Prize for best essay that considers the impact of technology on prospects for peace or war and/or the ways in which conflict may shape technology.

Joseph Margulies, PACS

NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Joseph Margulies, a criminal law expert, about how citizen's arrest laws factor into the trial of three white men...

Seed Grant Applications Due Oct. 29

Einaudi's seed grants support faculty-led international research, activities, and events. Find out more.
Martin Sherwin, professor and historian of the nuclear age, passed away on October 6, 2021.   Sherwin graduated with a PhD in history from the...

Sarah Kreps, PACS

“The assumption that there was no substitutability was wrong,” says Sarah Kreps, professor of government, as new terrorist leaders replace the...

Joseph Margulies, PACS

Joseph Margulies, professor of law, says that Abu Zubaydah is “the person for whom the torture memo was written. That is, it was drafted in order to...

Kassam Develops Climate Calendars

Global Public Voices fellow Karim-Aly Kassam works with Indigenous and rural people to create community-specific ecological calendars.

Durba Ghosh, PACS and SAP

Durba Ghosh, professor of history, explains that adding the Sharma family to season two of the Netflix show “Bridgerton” is historically accurate as...

Peter Katzenstein, Johan Skytte Prize Laureate

Oct. 1 at 11:30 a.m. ET: Tune in to Katzenstein's Skytte Prize lecture, “Thinking about Spaghetti—Served by German and Italian Waiters.”

Magnus Fiskesjö, PACS and SEAP

This new book "Stories from an Ancient Land: Perspectives on Wa History and Culture" recently published by Berghahn (August 2021). Fiskesjo is...