Institute for Cultural Diplomacy conference: "Soft Power, Intercultural Dialogue and the Future of US Foreign Policy"
The international community has come to see soft power and cultural diplomacy play a more significant role within U.S. Foreign Policy and international relations in general, sometimes helping to build multi-lateral consensus, as opposed to confrontation. The Institute for Cultural Diplomacy's bi-annual conference on US Foreign Policy brings together diplomats and academics from multiple countries ...more
This event, sponsored by the Department of History and the Career Center, is a chance for all interested students to learn about possible career choices with an undergraduate degree in history. A panel of History Department alumns will share their experiences during and after their time at AU. Food will be served.
"The Founders of Israel and Their Relevance Today: David Ben Gurion," Lecture by Anita Shapira
Butler Board Room
PLEASE NOTE: Location now changed to Butler Board Room
Dr. Anita Shapira will present, "Ben Gurion: Leadership and the Shaping of History" the second lecture in the series "The Founders of Israel and their Relevance Today" about David Ben-Gurion, Israel's first prime minister. Shapira is professor emerita of Tel Aviv University, senior fellow at the Israel Democracy Institute, and the founder ...more