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Fourth Annual Byzantine Postdoctoral Fellowship Workshop: “Saints in Hymns, Homilies, and Hagiography”

Join the Byzantine Studies Program for its fourth annual workshop on “Saints in Hymns, Homilies, and Hagiography.” The workshop is a half-day public seminar discussion with...

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Light Water Capitalism: Nonproliferation and U.S. Global Power

Jayita Sarkar is an Assistant Professor at Boston University Pardee School of Global Studies, where she teaches diplomatic and political history. Her research has been published...

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The Domestic Political Cost of Deception about the Use of Force

The Domestic Political Cost of Deception about the Use of Force

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Art and History

Art History Works-in-Progress Series: “‘Magnificence Without Meaning’ in Piranesi’s Carceri”

Please join us for a lecture, “‘Magnificence Without Meaning’ in Piranesi’s Carceri” by Professor Heather Hyde Minor. No registration is necessary, simply join using the...

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Art and History

75th Anniversary Alumni Lecture with Professor Andrew Irving (Ph.D. ’12): “Reconsidering Uta: On the Affordances of a Liturgical Book”

What does a liturgical book do and how does it do it? The Uta Codex, a famous gospel book produced at the Abbey of Sankt Emmeram in the first third of the eleventh century named...

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Geopolitics: The Competing Maritime and Continental World Orders

Geopolitics: The Competing Maritime and Continental World Orders of China, Russia, and the United States

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Flexibility in Order: Three Conditions that Preclude Change in International Order

Flexibility in Order: Three Conditions that Preclude Change in International Order

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The Problem of Alliance Abandonment in Postwar US Foreign Policy

The Problem of Alliance Abandonment in Postwar US Foreign Policy

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Do Wars Make States and States Make War: Rethinking the Origins of the Seven Years War

Do Wars Make States and States Make War: Rethinking the Origins of the Seven Years War

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The Global Significance of the Sino-Indian Rivalry

Šumit Ganguly is a Distinguished Professor of Political Science and holds the Tagore Chair in Indian Cultures and Civilizations at Indiana University, Bloomington. He is a...

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What Can Systemic Trends In Warfare Tell Us About The Future?

Bear F. Braumoeller is Professor in the Department of Political Science at The Ohio State University and the holder of the Baronov and Timashev Chair in Data Analytics. He...

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After the Apocalypse: A Conversation With Andrew Bacevich

In this episode, Mike and Jim interview Andrew Bacevich, author of After the Apocalypse: America’s Role in a World Transformed. In this latest book, Bacevich, a retired U.S....

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