CEDAR in the Media

EVENT: Jan 26, 2016 Wasserfall at Brandeis

Tuesday, January 26, 2016 / 12:30-2:00 Liberman-Miller Lecture Hall / Brandeis Women’s Studies Research Center Brandeis University Rahel R. Wasserfall presents “How Do We Learn to Live with Difference? A Pedagogy of Discomfort: CEDAR programs” In this talk, Wasserfall discusses the methodology behind Living with Difference and overviews the habits of the mind and the heart communities need to…

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CEDAR Director Named Fulbright Scholar

CEDAR Director Adam Seligman has been named a Fulbright Specialist at Uganda Martyrs’ University (UMU), where he will spend two months starting in May 2016. During this time he will use CEDAR’s pedagogic approach to help develop a program in conflict resolution and peace studies for UMU’s Equator Peace Academy (EPA), a CEDAR affiliate school. Bringing Professor Seligman to Uganda for an extended period will…

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Milena Katsarska and Margaret Angucia interviewed about 2015 BSSRPL on Radio Plovdiv

Milena Katsarska (BSSRPL) and Margaret Angucia (EPA) interview about the 2015 BSSRPL on Radio Plovdiv – Хубаво е хората да се срещат (Bulgarian), by Galya Miteva. Read and Listen to the InterviewRead More »

CEDAR part of Bridging Voices Dialogue

CEDAR is proud to partner with the UK’s Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House), George Washington University, and the University of Exeter in organizing a two-part conference on “Islam, Secularism and Security in Central Asia and Beyond,” as part of a British Council USA Bridging Voices dialogue. CEDAR Program Development Director David Montgomery is…

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"Montgomery Awarded GAP Grant to Fund International Workshop," by Clare Connors

“Montgomery Awarded GAP Grant to Fund International Workshop,” by Clare Connors, University of Pittsburgh, Global Studies Center Newsletter, Spring 2014 Read the full articleRead More »
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