Past Events

Controversial Issues in Security Studies “Europe’s Parallel Foreign Policy”


A workshop organized by Dr. Mai’a K. Davis Cross, Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, Northeastern University More than one dozen scholars have contributed toward the forthcoming special issue in Journal of Common Market Studies, guest co-edited by Dr. Mai’a K. Davis Cross and Dr. Ireneusz Pawel Karolewski (Chair, Political Science, University of Wroclaw,…
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Professor Garcia in NY: Threats to Global Human Security


Professor Garcia is a Sadeleer Research Faculty member and Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs. Northeastern is bringing our most engaging thought leaders and groundbreaking researchers on the road to spur conversation and bridge connections with our most dynamic alumni communities. Get a taste of Northeastern of today and learn about the impact…
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Controversial Issues in Security and Resilience Studies


Join us for an urgent discussion that will tackle the controversial issues that we face as we seek to create a more secure and resilient world, hosted by Northeastern University’s College of Social Sciences and Humanities. Speakers: Dr. Stephen Flynn, one of the world’s leading experts on critical infrastructure resilience, will present new approaches to…
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The Amazing Nina Simone


Please join us for Film Screening and Talkback with Filmmaker, Jeff Lieberman & Moderated by Professor of Political Science, William Miles. Refreshments will be served during the film. Free and open to the public.

Contemporary Novels as Forms of Public Policy Advocacy


David A. Rochefort, Arts and Sciences Distinguished Professor of Political Science, College of Social Sciences and Humanities A primary focus of David A. Rochefort’s teaching and research is public policy formulation, particularly within the areas of social welfare, health, and mental health care. He has written several books on this topic, including such works as…
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