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Manila in the Jaws of Hatred

February 9, 2018

Posted by: Robyn Davis

Sunset in Manila

As he kept talking, the golden glow of the late afternoon gave way to the blood red Manila sunset.  Suddenly, everything looked strange and unfamiliar.  Have I been away from

Studying museology to understand a political Russia

January 31, 2018

Posted by: Deep Pal

Jackson School student Teofila Cruz-Uribe in front of the General Staff Building in St. Petersburg, Russia that houses the Hermitage Youth Education Center.

Thanks to a Jackson-Fosdick Memorial Scholarship, Teofila Cruz-Uribe, in the third and final year of her concurrent master’s degrees in Museology and International Studies at the Jackson School Ellison Center

Bringing Yazidi trauma to light

January 25, 2018

Posted by: Deep Pal

Pinar Ulumaskan (second from right) with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and colleagues at HÁWAR.help. Photo credit: Pinar Ulumaskan

Thanks to a Jackson-Fosdick Memorial Scholarship, Pinar Ulumaskan, a Jackson School student earning her doctorate in international studies, spent summer 2017 as an intern at HÁWAR.help, an organization based in