Tune in TONIGHT on CUNY TV  at 10:00 PM for the Marxe Issues event, "Re-envisioning International Affairs Education for a New Era with Sakiko Fukuda-Parr.

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Sheba Tejani was recently awarded a Senior Research Fellowship Award from the American Institute of Indian Studies for her research on Hindu Nationalism in India. 

Ching-Chang Chen recently published “Sinophone and Japanese International Relations Theory.” In Oxford Bibliographies in International Relations. Ed. Patrick James. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019.

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Alisa Jimenez recently published a blog on the criminalization of poverty, focusing on the modern-day debtors' prison. You can read it here
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Richard Wolff interviews Dr. Amy S. Cramer, a Professor of Economics at Pima Community College in Arizona about her accessible education project "Voices on the Economy”.
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Mercy Corps is seeking a paid intern for their Africa and Peacekeeping Policy & Advocacy program.

The Institute for Women's Policy Research has multiple open positions.

The Laundromat Project is seeking a Storytelling Fellow.

Outright Action International has a new fellowship program! The fellowship will provide training, a cohort of peer support, funding to attend high level meetings, and $5K USD grants to engage your local organization/community.

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