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A New Way to Understand Political Violence

January 3, 2022

In his new book, Ordering Violence, Associate Professor of Political Science Paul Staniland (a Faculty Fellow on the State, Violence, and Social Control project at the Neubauer Collegium) argues that political ideologies play a significant role in how governments respond to armed non-state groups.

Pope.L’s New Book Explores Language as a Mode of Inquiry

December 15, 2021

The Brooklyn Rail reviews Pope.L's My Kingdom for a Title, a new book about the artist's "perplexing and raucously brilliant" creative process, featuring images from his most recent exhibitions – including one with the same title at the Neubauer Collegium.

How Certain Gestures Help You Learn New Words

November 12, 2021

In a recent Scientific American article, Susan Goldin-Meadow discusses exciting new evidence for the idea that using gestures while studying can improve vocabulary. The work is related to research she and her collaborators conducted as part of The Body's Role project at the Neubauer Collegium.

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January 28, 2022

Intellectual Histories of Global Capitalism I

Neubauer Collegium via Zoom

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