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Gwendolyn Purifoye joins core Kroc Institute faculty

Gwendolyn Purifoye has joined the core faculty of the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies as assistant professor of racial justice and conflict transformation. She is one of seven new faculty members appointed by the University of Notre Dame’s Keough School of Global Affairs…

Gwendolyn Purifoye joins core Kroc Institute faculty

Events

Social Media’s Impacts on Conflict And Democracy: The Techtonic Shift

Social media platforms are having wide impacts on conflict dynamics around the world. Activists use the platforms to promote democracy and human rights, while autocrats use the platforms for surveillance and propaganda. Although media coverage of these impacts typically focuses on Western democracies, researchers in the Southern Hemisphere are also...

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Keough School Washington Office and Zoom Webinar

Social Media’s Impacts on Conflict And Democracy: The Techtonic Shift

Afghanistan: Promoting a People-Centered Approach to Aid and Development

Negotiating food security and development in Afghanistan requires innovative approaches to avoid legitimating the sanctioned Taliban regime while simultaneously fostering sustainable, community-led development rather than simply providing international handouts. How can the international community, working with local communities in Afghanistan, facilitate such an approach? …

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Keough School Washington Office and Zoom Webinar

Afghanistan: Promoting a People-Centered Approach to Aid and Development

Book Launch: Who are my People?

Join the Kroc Institute for a book launch of Professor Emmanuel Katongole's latest book, Who Are My People?: Love, Violence, and Christianity in Sub-Saharan Africa (Notre Dame Press, 2022). In Who Are My People?, Fr. Emmanuel Katongole explores the ethnic, religious, and ecological violence of African modernity and shares the inspiring stories of...

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C103, Hesburgh Center for International Studies

Book Launch: Who are my People?