Terrell Jermaine Starr, a senior reporter for The Root whose writing covers Russia, Ukraine, the 2020 election, race, and security issues, will be joining the Hamilton Lugar School as part of its speaker series on Race, Gender, and Power in Global Affairs. Participants will be able to ask questions during the live event on our… Read more »
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While the Coronavirus Pandemic has disrupted every area of life as we know it, nothing has changed more than the ways in which we travel (or don’t travel). Marria Peduto Class of 2021 International Studies | East Asian Language and Cultures
In June of 1945, as people around the globe were coming to terms with the devastation of World War II, delegates from fifty nations met in San Francisco to try to accomplish what world leaders had failed to do after World War I: establish a lasting organization of countries with the explicit goal of ending… Read more »
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Dr. Betty Dlamini
How did a Swazi girl gain her own independence and wind up in Indiana? Find out in this great blog and video segment with Dr. Betty Dlamini, senior lecturer in Hamilton Lugar's African Studies Program.Learn more about Dr. Dlamini
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First place of the inaugural America's Role in the World® Student Editorial Contest went to Hamilton Lugar student Tyler Combs for his piece "For America to Save the Liberal World Order, We Must Admit that We Broke It."Read Tyler's editorial
HLS celebrates IU Day
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On April 10, the Hamilton Lugar School community came together to celebrate IU Day! As the university's official day of giving, we wanted to put our focus on thanking the people who make so many things possible for our students, faculty, and staff. See how we made it happen.Learn about IU Day at HLS