By Elizabeth Gierlowski-Kordesch Argentina Blog, Sept. 26, 2014 The night before teaching the short course at the University of Buenos Aires, Dr. Cecilia Benavente and I went to Chinatown. It is only over two city blocks, but the entrance gateway is impressive. Chinatown was composed of shops with Chinese and […]Read more ›
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Deadlines are nearing for study abroad opportunities for Spring 2015. No plans for spring break 2015? How about spending a week overseas? The following programs are accepting applications until early October: Eternal Rome: Piety and Power For more information, contact Dr. Jaclyn Maxwell, Associate Professor of History with a joint […]Read more ›
By Elizabeth Gierlowski-Kordesch Argentina Blog, Sept. 21, 2014 After preparing all the lectures for the week-long short course on limnogeology, Dr. Cecilia Benavente from the University of Buenos Aires and I took a tour of the city on a bus called “Buenos Aires BUS”. There are 25 bus stops of […]Read more ›
By Elizabeth Gierlowski-Kordesch Argentina Blog, Sept. 15, 2014 As a geology professor from Ohio University working in the field of limnogeology, I have been invited to Argentina through the Fulbright Specialist Program to teach students about the field of limnogeology—the study of sediments of modern lakes and the sedimentary record […]Read more ›
By Katie Conlon ’16, Elizabeth Cychosz ’15, Danielle Fultz ’14, Samantha Rommel ’15, Bekki Wyss ’16 Imagining International Justice in Post-Genocide Cambodia Because all of our projects relate in some way to the Khmer Rouge Tribunal, or the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC for short), we have been looking forward to […]Read more ›
By Elizabeth Cychosz ’16 Studying Anthropology, Journalism (HTC), and Museum Studies Imagining International Justice in Post-Genocide Cambodia It’s one week after waving goodbye to Cambodia from a tiny airplane window, and I can finally take myself off my antimalarial medication. Sounds trivial, yes, but today has been a day of reflection. […]Read more ›
By Katie Conlon ’17 History HTC and Law, Justice & Culture Research Externship in Cambodia After my first experience working with the Siem Reap Muslim Community Development Organization (SRMCDO), I returned to Phnom Penh to resume research there. After only a few days, I found myself missing the friends I […]Read more ›