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Wintersession 2017
Gazmend Kapllani, Ph.D., Author - Teaching, Creative Writing and European History, Emerson College, discussed his personal experience as a person navigating across international borders and the impact that borders have on our perception of the world and ourselves.
Wintersession 2017
Bob Kitchen, Director, Emergency Preparedness and Response, International Rescue Committee presented information on the scale and scope of the international refugee crisis and what the IRC is doing to address this pressing concern.
Wintersession 2017
Jennifer Leaning, Ph.D., Director, FXB Center for Health and Human Rights, Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health shared with Fellows information regarding the factors fueling the global refugee crisis, as well as the scale of the crisis, with a particular emphasis on the case of Syria.
Wintersession 2017
Larry Rosenwald, Anne Pierce Rogers Professor of American Literature; Professor of English, Wellesley College, discussed how the imaginative process is an important source of change.
Wintersession 2016
by Bob Kitchen, Director for Emergency Preparedness and Response, International Rescue Committee
Wintersession 2014
by Sahana Dharmapuri, Independent Gender Advisor; Katherine Blakeslee '65, Global Programs Advisor, National Academies of Science; Sally Engle Murray '66, Senior Scholar, WCW
Wintersession 2014
by Bonnie Docherty, Lecturer on Law, Arms Division, International Human Rights Clinic, Harvard Law School; Senior Researcher, Human Rights Watch