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@ 9:00 am

Panel 1: Medieval and Early Modern EuropeChair: Jehangir Malegam (Duke University)PresentationsRichard Barton (UNC Greensboro), Peacemaking and Counsel-Giving in Northwestern Europe, c.1050-1200Katrin Sjursen (Southern Illinois University, Weaving Peace and Waging War: Medieval Noblewomen at...

Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions and the...
@ 10:00 am

Veronica Herrera, assistant professor of political science at the University of Connecticut, will present "Water and Politics: Clientelism and Reform in Urban Mexico," from 10-11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, April 18.Most of the world's population lives in cities in developing countries, where access to...

Early Childhood Initiative Speaker Series featuring Marianne Page
@ 3:00 pm

A growing number of studies document that health conditions in early life contribute to later life health and economic disparities. Emerging evidence suggests that policy interventions can ameliorate these long-term effects. We extend the existing literature by considering whether the health...

@ 4:00 pm

Join Bass Connections for a year-end celebration across the program's five interdisciplinary themes: Brain & Society; Information, Society & Culture; Global Health; Education & Human Development; and Energy. Five project teams will present lightning talks, many teams will display...

The James P. Gorter Annual Lecture
@ 7:30 pm

Khizr Khan, a Muslim American Gold Star father, entered the national spotlight when he spoke at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Khan is a lawyer and holds degrees from Punjab University and Harvard Law School. His work deals with the fields of immigration and international...