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Location: ICC, 306 Phone: (202) 687.5918 Visit the: Website Meet: Faculty
The Japanese Program combines thorough training in spoken and written language with study of Japanese culture through a broad range of materials and approaches, including classical and modern literature, linguistics, history, philosophy, visual arts and popular culture. Language courses form the core of the major, and students are expected to study Japanese for all four years. In addition, all students beginning the major take "East Asia: Texts and Contexts," a writing-intensive introduction to East Asian culture that is taught in English.
Location: Car Barn, 311 Phone: (202) 687.9869 Visit the: Website Meet: Faculty
The Jesuit Plantation Project involves the conversion of the Maryland Province Archive to an electronic format. The archive contains over 200 years of personal, legal and financial documents produced by the six Jesuit-owned plantations in Maryland. As an electronic archive project, the Jesuit Plantation Project is fully integrated with the American Studies Core Curriculum at Georgetown. The students and faculty work collaboratively on the ongoing development of this site.
Location: ICC, 305 F Phone: (202) 687.4245 Visit the: Website Meet: Faculty Browse: Courses
The Program for Jewish Civilization (PJC) is home to the study of the global dimensions of Judaism throughout the ages and especially in our own era, with an emphasis on the ethical aspects of Jewish civilization and its interrelationship with other peoples and polities. This innovative approach examines Judaism as a religion and as a civilization and a community of people in dialogue with others.
Phone: (202) 687.1461 Visit the: Website
The Georgetown Journal of International Affairs is the official semi-annual publication of the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service. The journal provides readers with a breadth of perspectives on international affairs by giving voice to leading academics, policymakers, analysts and journalists from six continents. Each issue features Forum, which offers a focused and in-depth analysis of critical topics, as well as nine sections ranging from Conflict and Security to A Look Back.
Location: 3307 M Street NW,Suite 202 Phone: (202) 687.8700 Visit the: Website Meet: Faculty Browse: Courses
Tailored to fit within Georgetown's traditional liberal arts focus and calling upon the available resources of the university, journalism offerings provide a rigorous academic component to students' real-world experience. Rather than merely legitimizing internships, the curriculum seeks to fashion from them an experience that has analytic value.
Phone: (202) 687.4531 Visit the: Website Meet: Faculty Browse: Courses
The Justice and Peace Studies Program draws on a wide range of existing disciplines, including psychology, philosophy, theology, history, political science, sociology, anthropology, literature and linguistics, among others. The Program on Justice and Peace is administratively housed in the Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching and Service, and offers an undergraduate minor in Georgetown College and a certificate in the School of Foreign Service, the School of Nursing and Health Studies and the McDonough School of Business.
Location: Law Center Phone: (202) 662.9590 Visit the: Website Meet: Faculty
The Juvenile Justice Clinic at the Law Center provides legal representation to adolescents charged with committing misdemeanors or felonies and an experiential and classroom learning program for law students. The clinic's mission is to offer highly effective representation to clinic clients, improve an adolescent's chance of becoming a productive citizen, protect the rights and interests of children, teach law students how to think independently, synthesize facts and legal principles and plan litigation strategies.
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