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Master of Global Affairs student wins Amnesty International USA award

Victoria Nyanjura, a current Master of Global Affairs, International Peace Studies student at the Keough School of Global Affairs, is one of two recipients of the 2019 Ginetta Sagan Award from Amnesty International USA. The award, named after former honorary Amnesty International USA board chair and human rights activist Ginetta...

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Master of Global Affairs student wins Amnesty International USA award

New book brings intersectional, Marxist traditions into conversation

In her newly published book, “Marxism and Intersectionality,” Ashley Bohrer explores the connections between oppression and exploitation by drawing on the socioeconomic tradition of Marxism and intersectionality, the theory that the overlap of various social identities, such as race, gender, sexuality, and class, contributes to the ways systemic oppression and...

New book brings intersectional, Marxist traditions into conversation

‘Innovative’ female-only workshop emphasizes networking, community

Nearly two dozen female scholars who study violence gathered last month at a workshop at the University of Notre Dame to talk about the challenges they face – both in terms of conducting research in often-dangerous situations, and in getting recognition and funding for their work in the male-dominated world...

‘Innovative’ female-only workshop emphasizes networking, community

New book explores generational preconceptions in post-war Sierra Leone

In Catherine Bolten’s recently published book, "Serious Youth in Sierra Leone," she presents findings on generational preconceptions and their impact on young men in Makeni, Sierra Leone. Her research has implications for everything from development to post-conflict reconstruction to how millennials are perceived and engaged around the world.

New book explores generational preconceptions in post-war Sierra Leone

Kroc Institute to host Building Sustainable Peace conference

More than 450 attendees from 37 different countries will travel to the University of Notre Dame campus to participate in the Building Sustainable Peace conference hosted by the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, taking place Thursday through Sunday (Nov. 7-10). The conference, which grows out of the institute’s recently...

Kroc Institute to host Building Sustainable Peace conference

Kroc Institute welcomes two new faculty members

The new faculty — Ashley Bohrer, Joshua Eisenman, Alejandro Estefan, Patrizio Piraino and Rachel Sweet — bring extensive international teaching and field research experience to the Keough School, which opened its doors in 2017.

Kroc Institute welcomes two new faculty members

Announcing the 12th Annual Summer Institute

The 12th Annual Summer Institute for Faculty at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies will be held June 8-12, 2020, at the University of Notre Dame. The event centers on the theme, “Teaching Peace in the 21st Century.”

Announcing the 12th Annual Summer Institute

Kroc welcomes 2019-20 Visiting Research Fellows

The Kroc Institute is pleased to announce that four scholars began their terms as visiting research fellows at the start of the 2019-2020 academic year. Kroc Institute’s Visiting Research Fellows Program brings outstanding scholars focused on peace research to the University of Notre Dame for a semester or a full academic year. Visiting...

Kroc welcomes 2019-20 Visiting Research Fellows

Welcome to the Master of Global Affairs, International Peace Studies Class of 2021

In August, the University of Notre Dame’s Keough School of Global Affairs welcomed the third cohort of Master of Global Affairs students. The Class of 2021 includes 36 students from 18 countries: Afghanistan, Argentina, Bangladesh, Belarus, Colombia, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Mexico, Mongolia, Nigeria, the Philippines, Russia, Uganda,...

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Welcome to the Master of Global Affairs, International Peace Studies Class of 2021

Peace studies psychologist receives $2.5 million National Institutes of Health grant

Laura Miller-Graff, an assistant professor of psychology and peace studies, along with co-principal investigator Kathryn Howell of the University of Memphis and a team of Notre Dame faculty members, will evaluate the intervention program through a randomized, controlled trial involving more than 200 women and their infants.  

Peace studies psychologist receives $2.5 million National Institutes of Health grant

Kroc Institute welcomes four new Ph.D. students

Four new students in four disciplines recently began the Kroc Institute’s interdisciplinary doctoral program in peace studies. The program is a partnership with the University of Notre Dame Departments of Anthropology, History, Political Science, Sociology, Psychology, and Theology. “The Ph.D. program in Peace Studies addresses the desire of many students...

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Kroc Institute welcomes four new Ph.D. students