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  • Video Recording: Quaker Organizational Leadership Panel

    Video Recording: Quaker Organizational Leadership Panel

    A recording of the Quaker Organizational Leadership Panel on 12/6 is available here if you missed the event and want to catch up!

  • Webinar on the Paradox of Repression and Nonviolent Movements

    Webinar on the Paradox of Repression and Nonviolent Movements

    On November 15, 2018, Prof. Lee Smithey joined his co-editor and colleague, Prof. Lester Kurtz (George Mason University) to talk about their new edited book, The Paradox of Repression and Nonviolent Movements (Syracuse University Press). The webinar was recorded, and you are welcome to view it here. The Communications Office, also published a piece on…

  • Layla Hazaineh ’20 Wins Next Generation Peacemaker Award

    Layla Hazaineh ’20 Wins Next Generation Peacemaker Award

    Congratulations to Layla Hazaineh ’20 from all of us in the Peace and Conflict Studies Program!! From Swarthmore News and Events By Brittni Teresi ’19 October 23rd, 2018 Layla Hazaineh ’20 recently received international recognition for her efforts on behalf of women who have been harassed and treated unfairly. The peace & conflict studies major received the Next Generation…

  • New Class of Lang Opportunity Scholars Announced for 2020

    We want to extend our congratulations to the new 2020 class of Lang Opportunity Scholars!!   New Class of Lang Opportunity Scholars Announced for 2020 December 15th, 2017 As the newest recipients of the Eugene M. Lang Opportunity Scholarship [LOS], six Swarthmore sophomores will be tackling social action projects around the globe. “The Lang Scholar Class…

  • Watch: Theresa Williamson ’97 Offers a Glimpse into Rio’s Favelas

    From Swarthmore College News and Information August 17, 2016 Today: Santa Marta: Matt Lauer tours of one of Rio de Janeiro’s oldest favelas The 2016 summer Olympics has turned the world’s attention to life in Rio de Janeiro. The city is surrounded by over 1,000 favela communities, which have come to be synonymous with poverty…

  • Adriana Popa ’12 – Blog Post

    Adriana Popa ’12, honors Political Science major and Peace and Conflict studies minor from Pitesti, Romania, is heading to India after graduation, to work under the Davis Projects For Peace Award. The $10,000 Davis grant will support the efforts s…