- the development and/or the deployment of a specific chemical weapon;
- the development of pharmacological countermeasures for chemical weapons;
- the development of analytical techniques for the detection of chemical weapons;
- the environmental impact of the production, deployment, and/or the disposal of chemical weapons;
- the history of chemical weapons programs of specific countries;
- the challenges inherent to the implementation of international treaties for the control of chemical weapons.
In 2016, American University was gifted The Airlie Center and we will be using it for our research in producing several short historical mini-docs for possible use at Airlie, on websites or for the upcoming 50th Anniversary of Earth Day. This spring immerse yourself in an exciting adventure in history, photography, research, writing, storytelling, audio and music, directing, producing and editing as we produce several historical documentary shorts.
More information needed? Take a look at the timeline of significant events that have occurred at Airlie https://www.airlie.com/about/timeline and the announcement of the gift of Airlie Center to American University http://www.american.edu/media/news/20160914-Airlie-Announcement.cfm
- Theatre Research 360: T, 2:30-5:20pm
- Religion in International Affairs: M 11:20am-2:10pm
- The ICC Examined: W, 2:30-5:20pm
- Sustainable Farming: T, 11:20am-2:10pm
- Learning More about Chemical Weapons: T, 2:30-5:20pm
- Gender Quotas for Corporate Boards: W, 11:20am-2:10pm
- Historical Documentary Filmmaking: W, 8:10-10:40am
- Human Migration: T, 11:20am-2:10pm