NEW SPRING 2021 COURSE
To All CMC Students:
New Course is Back this Spring: Race, Gender, and Identity in International Relations (GOVT157SB CM)
Back by popular demand, the Keck Center is offering again this spring its new research and study program, which includes individual research projects, group discussions, guest speakers, and professional mentorship. The program offers one course academic credit, faculty and professional mentors, and three seminars with guest speakers. Students register for a special topics course taught by Professors Taw and Appel entitled Race, Gender, and Identity in International Relations (GOV157SB). To read more about this new course, please click here.
2020-21 Race, Gender, and Identity in International Relations :
NEW RESEARCH PROGRAM SPRING 2021 - World Affairs Podcast Program
Keck Center World Affairs Podcast Program - SPRING 2021
CMC Students are invited to apply to the Keck Center World Affairs Podcast Fellowship Program for Spring 2021. Under the supervision of Prof. Terril Jones, pairs of student podcasters will conduct research on a region or a theme in world affairs and develop 3-4 podcasts. Students selected for this fellowship will receive a $1,000 stipend disbursed in two payments. Student teams are expected to post one podcast per month and attend group sessions twice per month with Prof. Jones (Fridays at 12:15pm) on podcast development and online resources.
Click HERE for the application.
Applications are accepted over break and due NLT January 26, 2021.
No experience is required. First year students are encouraged to apply.
2020-21 World Affairs Podcasters
World Affairs Podcasters (Spring 2021):
Kimiko Adler - headshot
Desmond Mantle - headshot
"History for the Taking: The Elusive Justice of Artifact Repatriation"
Rukmini Banerjee - headshot
Theodore Siasat - headshot
"La Opresión de La Gente"
"Why Are We Not Talking About This?”
Bouquet of Flowers
“Chinese Intervention in the South China Sea"
India Soranson Way - headshot
India Soranson Way
"After the Spring"
Joan (Joanne) Wang - headshot
Matthew Ho - headshot
Joan (Joanne) Wang
Zoya Nawaz - headshot
Jorlene Garcia - headshot
"Culture Wars: Spheres of Influence in International Relations."
Flowers for Sale
"The Quisqueya Podcast"
World Affairs Podcasters (Fall 2020):
Hailey Wilson - headshot
"Tug of War"
"Street protests: France, Algeria, Hong Kong”
Podcast Link - coming soon
Sumanje%20Chigwenbe - headshot
Joy Zhu - headshot
"U.S. Intervention: South America, Middle East, Africa, Asia"
Alexandra Futterman - headshot
“Comparing women leaders: pioneer vs. modern, democracy vs autocracy, and others”
Sasha Rothstein - headshot
“Niche national security subfields”
"Kashmir, a Fragile Paradise"