A new perspective on the Cold War

March 12, 2018

Posted by: thormm

Harvard Kennedy Professor Arne Westad

The Cold War is best seen not merely as a rivalry between two superpowers, but situated within a century long development along two ideological poles, said Harvard Kennedy School Professor

Studying museology to understand a political Russia

January 31, 2018

Posted by: dpal

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

To Rome (and beyond), with Task Force

January 10, 2018

Posted by: thormm

Jackson School Task Force students visit the Colosseum in Rome, Italy, in the first few days of arrival. Photo taken Jan. 6, 2018

For 35 years this winter, undergraduate seniors who are international studies majors will work in teams to research current international issues, write a concise policy report, craft possible responses, and