Join the Ash Center and Shorenstein Center for Media, Politics, and Public Policy for a discussion with Jane Perlez, former bureau chief for The New York Times in Beijing.
Jane Perlez is a fall 2019 Joan Shorenstein Fellow, and most recently was the bureau chief for The New York Times in Beijing. She has been a long time foreign correspondent for The Times, serving in East Africa, Central Europe, Southeast Asia, and Pakistan. She was a member of the team that won the Pulitzer Prize in 2008 for coverage of Pakistan and Afghanistan...
This seminar, hosted by the Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government's weekly Business & Government and Ash Center, will be given by William Overholt, M-RCBG Senior Research Fellow and former President, Fung Global Institute, Hong Kong.
The Religion, Conflict and Peace Initiative is sponsoring a talk with Dana Myrtenbaum, an Israeli public interest lawyer and social innovator promoting gender mainstreaming and Gender Equality Action plans within local governments in Israel. She will present case studies from Jewish, Arab and mixed cities in Israel, including Haifa and Akko, to demonstrate the challenges and opportunities for gender equality in a time of increasing religiosity. Light refreshments will be served.... Read more about Israeli Cities: Spaces of Gender Segregation and Women's Growing Power
Join Ciara Torres-Spelliscy, Professor of Law at Stetson University for a discussion of her newest book, Political Brands, an examination of the legal framework for the use of commercial branding and advertising techniques in presidential political campaigns. This talk will be moderated by Miles Rapoport, Senior Practice Fellow in American Democracy at the Ash Center.
Ash Center conference room, 124 Mt Auburn Street, Suite 200N
Students are invited to a breakfast with National Democratic Institute (NDI) President and former U.S. Ambassador to Burma Derek Mitchell. Ambassador Mitchell will lead an informal discussion with students about the role democracy can and should be playing in U.S. foreign policy around the world, particularly vis-a-vis China's growing influence. He will draw on his experience working with Burma at the State Department as well as during his tenure as Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, Asian and Pacific Security Affairs (APSA), in the Office of the Secretary of...