Séverine Autesserre examines the various cultures that shape peacebuilding in the field.
Prof. Matar, Libyan author and member of Barnard's English faculty, answers questions on Libya through The New Yorker's "Ask the Author" webpage.
Wendy Hesford examines the rights and conditions of children living in varied states of political unrest and social exclusion.
Scholars from all over Mexico gather to explore how current struggles to protect territory and autonomy in the region and throughout the world are creating new forms of indigenous feminism.
Scholar and activist Noam Chomsky considers discusses the causes and consequences of American foreign policy in Israel-Palestine.
Matt D. Childs examines how the transatlantic slave trade brought about the formation of a common identity for the Yoruba and Igbo peoples of Africa.
A transnational perspective on slavery that spans from colonial India to the antebellum United States.
A look at two seminal women’s ensembles in Delhi and how they aided and enlarged the concerns of the women’s movement in India.