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De escándalo en escándalo

September 21, 2023

Posted by: Jeremy D Pritchard

De escándalo en escándalo

“From Scandal to Scandal. How Journalistic Revelations Built Public Opinion in Mexico” This book examines the causes and consequences of some of the most emblematic political scandals in Mexico at

Grant Dailey

February 28, 2018

Posted by: Jessica Beyer

Grant Dailey

Grant received his bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and is currently enrolled as a concurrent degree candidate pursuing a Master of Public Administration

Malina Dumas

March 27, 2017

Posted by: Jeremy D Pritchard

Malina Dumas

Malina is a law student and former international development professional with an interest in economic growth in the Arctic region. She is originally from Maine and worked at a law firm

Amy Delo

March 27, 2017

Posted by: Jeremy D Pritchard

Amy Delo

Research interests: Nationalism and national identity in Québec. As such, the Arctic surrounds the participation of sub-state national groups and indigenous peoples in the Arctic Council. She will investigate the

Madeleine Yue Dong

April 3, 2015

Posted by: rrc8

Madeleine Yue Dong

Madeleine Yue Dong is Professor in the History Department and the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies and Chair of the China Studies program. Her research on Modern Chinese