Center for West European Studies

The Center for West European Studies was founded in 1994, and is one of eleven federally funded National Resource Centers for European or West European Studies in the United States. The Center's interdisciplinary programs work to advance its mission of enhancing the quality of teaching and research on West European politics, society, and culture through outreach to universities, business, the general public, and the K-14 community.
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Speaking about global issues to K-12 schools

March 16, 2016

Posted by: mbarnes7

Phil Neff at WSCSS Chelan 2016

Each year, the Jackson School of International Studies co-sponsors the Washington State Council for the Social Studies spring conference, a professional development event organized by K-12 educators. This year, the

Paris Attacks: Making Sense of the World

November 25, 2015

Posted by: thormm

“What’s important to remember about ISIS ideology that is not mentioned enough is their belief that the apocalypse is coming,” said Jackson School of International Studies Professor Daniel Chirot to