Resat Kasaba

Reşat Kasaba

Reşat Kasaba, Anne H.H. and Kenneth B. Pyle Professor in American Foreign Policy, is an expert in the history and politics of the Middle East and has taught undergraduate and...
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Spring Convocation 2015!

June 18, 2015

Posted by: kriscb

On June 11, a total of 189 students joined in the Jackson School spring Convocation 2015 celebration, held this year at the Center for Spiritual Living. The two-hour ceremony marked

Students meet Microsoft

June 8, 2015

Posted by: kriscb

Microsoft presentation

“Looking at Namibia via the lens of cybersecurity policy – it’s a world apart from what I knew when I started this research project,” said Daniel Chrisman, a graduating senior

Teaching the Middle East

May 11, 2015

Posted by: kriscb

The Middle East raises some of the most important global questions about nationalism, human rights, American foreign policy, and international security. So what does it mean to teach the Middle

Korea Maritime Partnership Agreement

May 22, 2014

Posted by: jsishelp

The Jackson School signed a research agreement for academic cooperation with the Korea Maritime Institute in Seoul on May 19. Specific fields of cooperation are Arctic policy and maritime research. The