Sramana Majumdar

"Violence, Identity and Self-determination: Narratives of conflict from the Kashmir Valley" 4:15 PM, Monday 18 Nov Room 239, BYC Bryn Mawr College

Exposure Index

Tired of paper and pencil questionnaires about integration and intergroup contact? Try the new and improved EXPOSURE INDEX (click tab above on this page).

Mellon Grant for Asch Seminar Series

We are proud to announce that the 2008-2009 Asch Center Seminar Series will be supported by a Seed Grant from the Mellon Tri-College Faculty Forum.

Anti-immigrant violence in S. Africa: Marc Ross on NPR

On June 2nd, NPR’s Bryant Park Project news show featured Marc Ross discussing recent violence in South Africa against immigrants from Zimbabwe and other neighboring countries.

Follow the link below to read a summary and listen to the interview.

Misreading the Arab Media

Jeremy Ginges, currently at the New School for Social Research, coauthored an op-ed piece in the New York Times on opinions of Arab journalists. Far from being our enemies, Arab journalists could be among the “most powerful weapons in the war of ideas against terrorism” according to the authors. _r=1&ref=opinion&oref=slogin

The separatist conflict in Sri Lanka: A multipolar approach

An excerpt from Asoka Bandarage’s new book, The Separatist Conflict in Sri Lanka: Broadening the Discourse (Routledge) was recently published in the Harvard International Review. Bandarage is professor at Georgetown University. The Sri Lankan Conflict A Multi-Polar Approach By Asoka Bandarage

Roy Eidelson video: Resisting the drums of war

A posting onThe Situationist website featured a video created by Roy Eidelson. According to Eidelson, our “Five Core Concerns” are easy targets for leaders wishing to sway public opinion. He explains how how awareness of core concerns can help us to “recognize, counter and resist the appeals of warmongers.” To view the video on Eidelson’s […]