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Instructor Chris Walsh’s book explores cowardice throughout history, primarily soldiers at war.
Historian Caroline Elkins talks about evidence of Britain’s abuse of Kenya’s Kikuyu.
Zak Paster, ALM ’14, navigated complex legal issues to create Community in Action, an NGO.
Nichols started off as a chemistry major. He is now an expert on nuclear weapons and national security.
One alumnus’ story of transformation at Harvard.
Jocelyne Cesari discusses how misunderstandings of Islam are crippling international relations.
Arnold Howitt talks about how organizations respond to large-scale emergencies like Hurricane Sandy.
Robert Swithers, ALB ’13, has saved Roman roads, preserved memorials, and built bridges overseas.
Two scholars discuss the politics of leadership
Journalism instructor and attorney Allan Ryan discusses Julian Assange, Wikileaks, and journalism.
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