Connecticut was home to a program of music, demonstrations, a panel of renowned scholars and Armenian food on Saturday, March 30 as the University of Connecticut presented a comprehensive program and festival titled “Discovering Armenian Heritage and Culture.
On Monday, March 25, Yossi Klein Halevi and former Palestinian Authority advisor Ghaith Al-Omari discussed the past, current and future relationship between Israelis and Palestinians. “Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor” was held at 7 p.m. in the Konover Auditorium at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center on the UConn Storrs campus.
UConn’s collaboration with the German State of Baden-Württemberg is one of the University’s most important global partnerships.
In 2013 the U.S. Department of State launched the Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI) aimed at strengthening leadership development in Southeast Asia.
Puppetry provides a unique way to explore global cultures with art. While the Ballard Institute sees many exhibits, The World of Puppetry sits permanently in the museum to display figures from Asia, Africa, Europe, and the Americas.
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The UConn Human Rights Institute received the largest gift in its history.
UConn Today invited three UConn professors to share their insights on the refugee emergency.
Four and a half years after the Arab Spring generated unprecedented democratization protests in Syria and the outbreak of civil war, nearly half of the Syrian population has fled their homes internally or crossed borders to seek safety in neighboring counties.