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Why Europe’s Family Picture Needs a Different Frame

During the evening of August 25, our colleague, Dr. Ulrike Guérot, Founder and Director, European Democracy Lab, visited the Deutsches Haus at NYU to give a talk for the American Council on Germany (ACG) about Europe in historic Greenwich Village. Her argument about the need for a European Republic that makes democracy a priority re-imagines in the twenty-first century the …Read more »

Ethics at the Center of Teaching International Relations

Dear Members of the Global Affairs Learning Community: As I revise CGA at NYU syllabi for the coming year, my attention is focused on identifying literature that places ethics at the heart of our interactions in the classroom. All our activities, including the crisis scenarios, will have this focus. Your suggestions are most welcome in this blog… To begin, I …Read more »

Education in 3G to Design the Crisis Scenario: Integrating New Media in Learning about Humanitarian Concerns in Nagorno-Karabakh

Colette Mazzucelli, Amierah Ismail, and Sharon Hakakian Bergman Over the past year the ethnic conflicts learning community in the Center for Global Affairs at New York University has developed the crisis scenario as an integral component of the graduate course bringing together in-depth knowledge about the context in the South Caucasus and the ability to step into role assignments as …Read more »

From Mailbox to Inbox: Realizing the Classroom without Borders: Integrating Communication Technology in the Ethnic Conflicts Learning Community

Colette Mazzucelli, Meital Tzobotaro, and Angela Deane “To-day, however, those things which occupy us in the field of education are the interests of humanity at large, and of civilization, and before such great forces we can recognize only one country – the entire world.” – Maria Montessori, The Montessori Method (1912) For educators, events in the Middle East today may …Read more »

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