March 30, 2023
November 1, 2022
In Monrovia Modern Danny Hoffman uses the ruins of four iconic modernist buildings in Monrovia, Liberia, as a way to explore the relationship between the built environment and political imagination.
September 19, 2022
March 30, 2022
April 4, 2020
Camille Munro is a third-year student double majoring in International Studies and Law, Societies and Justice. Her chosen tracks for her majors are Foreign Policy, Diplomacy, Peace and Security, and
August 20, 2019
Southeast Asian history, environmental history, political ecology, animal studies, Indonesia.
March 1, 2019
Megan McCloskey is a Ph.D. Candidate in the School of Law and Graduate Student Lecturer in the Law, Societies and Justice Department. Her research and advocacy are focused on assessing
March 1, 2019
Madison Moreno is a Disability Inclusive Development Fellow. She is a fourth-year student graduating in June 2019 with a major in Communications and minors in Diversity and Law, Societies &
February 14, 2019
Despite several decades of reform, India’s electricity sector remains marked by the twin problems of financial indebtedness and inability to provide universal, high quality electricity for all. Although political obstacles
June 15, 2017
Mark Metzler is the Giovanni and Amne Costigan Endowed Professor in History and a senior historian of modern Japan. He recently moved to Seattle from University of Texas in Austin.