Fellow Spotlight: Cristina Rivera Garza
Cristina Rivera Garza's most recent book is "Liliane’s Invincible Summer: A Sister’s Search for Justice," which plumbs the depths of her late sister’s writings.
The Russia Within
Paul Werth discusses a smaller entity within that larger, multinational country ruled from Moscow or St. Petersburg.
Cold Peace: Avoiding the New Cold War
Michael Doyle discusses the difficult compromises over Ukraine and Taiwan needed to facilitate the international cooperation necessary to avert the global threats of our time.
Fellow Spotlight: Lorrie Moore
Acclaimed short-story writer and novelist Lorrie Moore is writing a narrative about her father’s 1936 visit to Germany with his family.
Fellow Spotlight: Abraham L. Newman
Abraham L. Newman studies how European policymakers are struggling to make sense of the “weaponized interdependence” of global trade.
The Future of Water
Cymene Howe considers the direct connections between melting Arctic ice and the plight of coastal cities.
Fellow Spotlight: John Connelly
John Connelly is exploring the long-term consequences of Germany’s emergence as a nation that was at once imperial and ethnic.
Fellow Spotlight: Ela Gezen
Ela Gezen is working on a project about Turkish artistic and cultural practices in West Berlin during the 1970s and '80s that blends cultural studies, history, and migration studies.
Fellow Spotlight: Paul W. Werth
Paul W. Werth investigates the long and complex history of Russia’s border, spanning three continents, from the medieval period through the present.
War, Peace, and the International System after Ukraine
Has the war in Ukraine has prompted sufficient international support for the evolution of the UN and the broader postwar multilateral architecture?