Global trade topic of discussion at IU Europe Gateway

Donald Trump is president of the United States, Great Britain is leaving the European Union, and nationalist parties are gaining support across Europe. Is the era of global free trade coming to an end, to be replaced by closed borders, tariffs and protectionism? Scholars from Indiana University and Freie Universit├Ąt Berlin will discuss the prospects […]

IU historian part of 75-year commemoration of key Holocaust event

Seventy-five years ago this Friday, German government officials met at a lakeside villa in Berlin’s Wannsee district to talk about implementing the “final solution,” Nazi Germany’s plan to kill the 11 million Jews in Europe. Mark Roseman, director of the Borns Jewish Studies Program at IU Bloomington and Pat M. Glazer Professor of Jewish Studies […]

Series to examine public education

Students and faculty in the Program in Social Foundations of Education at IU’s School of Education were planning a spring 2017 symposium that would highlight their field and make the case for its relevance to teacher education. “And then the election happened,” said Caitlin Howlett, a doctoral student in philosophy of education. The election of […]

Ostrom Workshop adds program on internet governance and cybersecurity

A new Program on Governance of the Internet and Cybersecurity at Indiana University’s Ostrom Workshop is launching this semester with a range of activities, including a speaker series and an academic conference featuring invited papers and talks. The program will build a network of scholars at IU and around the world to address timely questions […]