This past summer, Kelsey Sweeney ’17 accomplished a goal she set in her first year at Rhodes: to study Chinese in China.
Dr. Nikos Zahariadis of the Department of International Studies, has edited Handbook of Public Policy Agenda Setting.
Rhodes’ Food Recovery Network was established to collect, weigh, and record food from the college’s dining hall to distribute to local soup kitchens.
This past summer, senior Sam Hilley worked as an intern for the Solar Foundation in Washington, D.C., a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to increasing solar energy use throughout the U.S.
Rhodes alumnus Andrew Roskos-Ewoldsen has published his international studies senior seminar paper written at Rhodes in the Seoul National University Journal of International Affairs.
GENDER & RECOGNITION: TOPONYMIC CLEANSING IN ARCHIVING & MEMORIALIZING IN CITYSCAPES
BESI BRILLIAN MUHONJA is the Associate Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies, Africana Studies, and African Literatures and Cultures James Madison University
Dr. Llewelyn Morgan of Oxford University will offer a lecture on the monumental statues of the Buddha once found in the Bamiyan valley of Afghanistan. Bamiyan has often been entirely forgotten by the world at large, but at times also has become the focus of intense attention for people the world over. This talk investigates the role of Bamiyan in the human imagination, from the first millennium to 2016.
Initiated in 1994 by a generous gift of the Buckman family, the Mertie W. Buckman International Internship Program provides the opportunity for outstanding students majoring in International Studies (IS) at Rhodes to work abroad during an eight week period in the summer months.
Jason Hood ’87, chief