On October 5, 2006, Catharine Nepomnyashchy presented a lecture in Grinnell College’s prestigious Scholars Convocation series. Titled “Man in Black: The Power of Vladimir Putin’s Image,” Nepomnyashchy’s lecture also served as the keynote address for the international Symposium on Politics of Russian Populist culture, hosted by the Grinnell Russian Department, the Center for International Studies and the Rosenfield Program.
Faculty in the Media
Logics of Hierarchy: The Organization of Empires, States, and Military Occupations, authored by Alexander Cooley (Associate Professor of Political Science at Barnard College and a faculty member of the Harriman Institute) has been awarded the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies’ annual Marshall Shulman Book Prize.
Ann Cooper, an award-winning journalist and foreign correspondent with more than 25 years of radio and print reporting experience, joins the Harriman Institute Faculty this fall. Cooper was most recently the executive director of the Committee to Protect Journalists, one of the world's leading press freedom advocacy groups.
KATHMANDU, June 5 - Prof Jenik Radon of Columbia University in New York, USA on Monday underlined the need for amendment or changes to the existing constitution to pave a legitimate way for Constituent Assembly (CA) polls.