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  • Data Privacy Day Champion

    Pell Center Champions Data Privacy Day 2018

    For the third year in a row, the Pell Center is participating in Data Privacy Day (DPD) – an international effort held annually on Jan. 28 to raise awareness about the importance of privacy and protecting personal information. The event commemorates the Jan. 28, 1981 signing of Convention 108 – the first legally binding international treaty dealing with these issues. DPD champions recognize and support the principle that all organizations share … Read More

  • Omer Bartov on Story in the Public Square

    Omer Bartov on Story in the Public Square

    Rebroadcast dates: April 7-9, 2018 Original Air Dates: January 26-27, 2018 “What would I have done?”  It’s a central question in the student of history’s imagination when confronted by the horrors of the holocaust. Our guest this week, Omer Bartov, delves deep into the experience of one town in Ukraine changed forever by genocide. Omer Bartov is the John P. Birkelund Distinguished Professor of European History and Professor of German … Read More

  • South Asia Iskander Rehman

    New Horizons, New Risks

    In his contribution to a new edited volume produced by The Stimson Center, Senior Fellow Iskander Rehman explores various potential crisis scenarios in South Asia. His chapter titled, New Horizons, New Risks: A Scenario-based Approach to Thinking about the Future of Crisis Stability in South Asia, can be downloaded here. A “tinderbox,” “flashpoint,” or “nuclear nightmare,” no region — barring, perhaps, the Korean Peninsula — has garnered quite as many grim headlines as … Read More

  • Sulome Anderson on Story in the Public Square

    Sulome Anderson on “Story in the Public Square”

    Air dates: January 20-21, 2018 Even in the age of social media, we rely on journalists to find and tell the stories of people stuck in extreme circumstances. Joining us this week is one of the best of a new generation of journalists, Sulome Anderson. Anderson is a journalist and author based between Beirut, Lebanon, and New York City. An alumna of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, Anderson regularly … Read More

  • Margalit Fox

    Margalit Fox on “Story in the Public Square”

    Rebroadcast dates: February 24-25, 2018 Original air dates: January 13-14, 2018 Death, the old saying goes, is part of life. That wisdom seems especially appropriate if, like this week’s guest, Margalit Fox, you are a staff writer on the Obituaries desk at The New York Times. Ms. Fox has been a staff writer on the Obituaries desk of The New York Times since 2004. She was previously a staff editor … Read More

  • Martha McCann Rose

    Dr. Martha McCann Rose to lead Nuala Pell Program

    Dr. Martha McCann Rose has been named director of the Nuala Pell Leadership Program at Salve Regina University. Dr. Rose is a professor in the Education Department and a faculty fellow at the University’s Pell Center for International Relations and Public Policy. “Martha Rose is a world-class educator and colleague,” said Pell Center Executive Director Jim Ludes.  He continued, “Her commitment to students, her desire to see them grow as … Read More

  • Oona Hathaway & Scott Shapiro

    Oona Hathaway & Scott Shapiro on “Story in the Public Square”

    Air dates: January 6-7, 2017 The history of the period between the first and second World Wars reads like a tragedy, progressing from the horror of war, to an idealistic hope for lasting peace, before descending into cataclysm. This week’s guests seize on one of the most idealistic moments in that history; the diplomacy to outlaw war. Oona Hathaway and Scott Shapiro argue that its importance far exceeds the respect … Read More

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    Year in Review on “Story in the Public Square”

    Air dates: December 30-31, 2017 In the last year, Story in the Public Square brought you scholars, journalists, novelists, movie makers and more. Some of the stories they shared made us laugh. Others caused us worry and even anger. All of them helped us understand public life in the United States today. Over 48 episodes in the previous 12 months, we’ve had the opportunity to talk about big issues facing … Read More

  • Donald Trump speaking

    The End of Moderate Conservatism: Foreign and Domestic Ramifications

    As a tumultuous year comes to a close, Senior Fellow Iskander Rehman takes a deep look at some of the more profound transformations underway under the Trump administration—whether  in the realm of politics or foreign affairs.   Rise of the Reactionaries: The American Far Right and U.S. Foreign Policy Many of Trump’s core foreign policy beliefs are less unique than they seem at first, stemming from a longstanding reactionary tradition … Read More

  • Evelyn Farkas

    Evelyn Farkas on “Story in the Public Square”

    Air dates: December 16-17, 2017 Since 2013, the Pell Center at Salve Regina University has announced a “Story of the Year,” the narrative that had the biggest impact on American public life in the preceding 12 months. This week we’re joined by, Evelyn Farkas, whose work in and out of government gives her special insight into this year’s top story. Dr. Evelyn N. Farkas is a nonresident senior fellow at … Read More

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