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visiting scholar shares insights  

Orwellian times in Egypt

Emad Shin

Recently sentenced to death in absentia in Egypt, Emad Shahin visits campus to discuss the news from his country. Gina Jannone, a graduate student at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies, sat down to chat with Shahin about his experiences.

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Through the lens of history 

Shedding light on Islam

Andrea Stanton

Andrea Stanton, assistant professor of Islamic studies, marries her diverse research interests to challenge assumptions about Muslims past and present.

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law students aid asylum seekers  

Working for Justice


When women and children from Central America fled devastating violence in their home countries to seek asylum in the United States, students at the University’s Sturm College of Law journeyed to a detention center in Artesia, N.M., to help. 

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acknowledgment and repair 

Revisiting Sand Creek

sand creek

The Symposium on the Sand Creek Massacre examines the tragedy of the 1864 event and the possibilities for repair, healing and continuing dialogue. The daylong program is scheduled for May 22 in the Reiman Theater in Margery Reed Hall.

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