Author Archives: Kathleen
Professor Miles Talks About His New Book, Afro-Jewish Encounters: From Timbuktu to the Indian Ocean and Beyond
Professor Denise Horn’s Students Accepted to the 2014 Clinton Global Initiative University Conference in Phoenix
Speculative Bazaar Traders: Cowboy Multinationals or Captain of Industry: Contesting Cultural Categories of Capitalist Legitimacy in India
Professor D’Agati was interviewed this week on the Sochi Olympics, and is quoted in a Boston Herald article by Jack Encarnacao. “The IOC has no internal expertise on security matters, so they really do have to rely on the bids the hosts are making, their suggestions saying how they are going to protect the games,” […]
Massachusetts House Proposal would rename South Station the Michael S. Dukakis Transportation Center at South Station
Professor William Miles Publishes new book, Afro-Jewish Encounters: From Timbuktu to the Indian Ocean and Beyond
Jews of Nigeria: An Afro-Judaic Odyssey, a book written by Professor William Miles, has just been named a National Jewish Book Award finalist.
Professor Stephen Flynn spoke, on Wednesday, at the American Security Project panel on Nuclear Terrorism and the risk of nuclear materials being smuggled through ports. You can read more about Professor Flynn’s thoughts on the matter here.
Professor David Rochefort and alum Kevin P Donnelly publish a chapter in Routledge Handbook of Public Policy
Northeastern faculty and administrators on Monday evening encouraged students to embrace their diversity across culture, race, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and many other forms in an effort to build a stronger and more resilient campus community.
Earlier this week, North Korea detonated a nuclear weapon that it says brings the secluded nation a step closer to having the capability to attack the United States with a nuclear missile. We asked Suzanne Ogden, a professor of political science and an expert on U.S.-Asian policy, to weigh in on how the test impacts […]
Professor Aoun addressed the Northeastern community on Monday and encouraged that we be a model for the community, a model of excellence and one that promotes respect of human dignity. The College of Social Sciences and Humanities has partnered with the Presidential Council on Diversity and Inclusion, announcing a series of campus programs hosted by […]
Public policy fellowship programs with federal agencies, nonprofits, and private sector.
- Growing lobbying firm representing progressive clients and issues seeks motivated, energetic, articulate, and bright interns to work with principals in firm. Unique opportunity to meet and interact with legislators, experience advocacy and lobbying first hand, help give voice to meaningful issues and constituencies. Candidate should be highly motivated and have strong interpersonal skills. Interns will […]