Crown Center talk tackles Syrian conflict

Eva Bellin publishes in Middle East Brief

Eugene B. Kogan (PhD '13) accepts post-doctoral position at Harvard University

Summer institute takes Israel studies around the globe

Steven Burg publishes in Nationalism and Ethnic Politics

Pay It Forward: New Board of Trustees chair Perry Traquina ’78 believes in giving back by investing in the next generation

Right-wing radicalism conference leads to a book

Jill Greenlee publishes in Political Psychology

Ira Shapiro to speak on "The Last Great Senate" on April 24th

Jolyon Howorth to speak on "The EU as a Global Power" on April 11th

Retired US Air Force officer to speak on counter-terrorism

Shai Feldman writes on the Middle East peace process in The National Interest

"Global Terrorism" course to host two special guest speakers

Daniel Kryder to offer Justice Brandeis Semester (JBS) "American Democracy: Ver 2.0" in Summer 2013

Mideast expert Aaron Miller keynoting student Israel conference

Jeffrey Lenowitz to join politics department faculty in January 2014

Shai Feldman writes on Israeli elections in Al Monitor

Mideast experts to discuss Israeli election prospects (video)

Anja Karnein (Ph.D. '05) publishes new book on reproductive rights

Sanford Levinson to speak about American constitutions on November 5

Michael Sandel '75 to speak at JustBooks event on October 31

Four new politics courses for Spring 2013

Bernard Yack to give keynote address at Harvard Graduate Conference in Political Theory

Jill Greenlee and Daniel Kryder to participate in forum on race and gender in 2012 campaign

Daniel Kryder discusses presidential debates with Boston Public Radio

Jytte Klausen to give briefing before U.S. Commission on Civil Rights

William Galston to give annual Gordon Center talk October 4

Dissertation Research Support Grants from the Research Circle on Democracy and Cultural Pluralism

Jytte Klausen to give briefing before U.S. Commission on Civil Rights

Oct. 02, 2012

Professor Jytte Klausen has been invited by the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights to appear at a hearing on discrimination of Arab and Muslims Americans to be held on November 9, 2012.

The purpose of the briefing is to examine the methods, goals, and effectiveness of the federal government’s recent and proposed post-9/11 civil rights engagement with the Arab and Muslim American community, including federal outreach to the general public to end prejudice and discrimination against these communities. The Commission hopes to address questions such as: What kind of engagement works in reducing bias and discrimination against Arab and Muslim Americans? What education and enforcement efforts are changing the hearts and minds of those who would discriminate against Arab and Muslim Americans? What are the obstacles to ending such prejudice and discrimination?