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NSSR announces the launch of Research Matters, a series of profiles on the scholarship and honors of our faculty, students, and alumni.
ICSI will bring Judith Butler, Gayatri Spivak-Chakravorty, and Jay Bernstein to teach next summer's master classes.
The German Research Foundation funds an international comparative analysis on the topic of wealth and income disparity in Germany and the United States.
Politics and liberal studies professor Jim Miller shares his take on the new MA in Creative Publishing and Critical Journalism.