‘Facebook’ for Early Modern Lit Finds Relationships Among Authors
August 29, 2016
Six Degrees of Francis Bacon, a kind of Facebook mapping the British early modern social network, is the brainchild of Georgetown English professor Daniel Shore and scholars at Carnegie Mellon University.
NEH Funds Professor’s Book Project on Anti-Racist Anthropologist
August 29, 2016
Charles King, a professor at Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service and chair of the Department of Government, receives an NEH grant for a book project on the work of a group of early 20th-century social scientists and their fight against racism and other forms of prejudice.
University to Help Strengthen Paraguay’s Higher Ed Sector
August 25, 2016
Georgetown’s Center for Intercultural Education and Development (CIED) teams up with the Graduate School to implement a program designed to strengthen Paraguay’s higher education sector.
Prestigious Journal Picks Georgetown Doctor's Work as Landmark Study
August 24, 2016
Cancer Research picked an article by Georgetown's Dr. Todd Waldman as one of its “landmark” studies in the journal's 75th-anniversary edition.
Georgetown Professor Looks at 40 Years of Studying Terrorism
August 9, 2016
Professor and director of Georgetown's Center for Security Studies Bruce Hoffman talks about terrorism, security studies, and the future of Georgetown's security studies program.
Professor: Next U.S. President Should Support Innovation Through Public-Private Partnerships
August 4, 2016
Michael Czinkota, a Georgetown professor of international business and marketing, argues that the next President of the United States should support public-private sector initiatives to rebuild U.S. competence and confidence in its process learning capabilities and commercialization of innovation.
Faculty Available to Speak on 2016 Olympic Games
August 2, 2016
Georgetown faculty experts examine the issues and dynamics associated with the 2016 Summer Games in Brazil.
Scholars Explore Psychic Hold of Slavery on 21st Century America
August 1, 2016
Georgetown professors Soyica Diggs Colbert and Robert Patterson hope their new book will spark conversations about how the American legacy of slavery informs a present in which African-Americans experience ongoing and increasing racial inequity and violence.
Government Professor Explores the Future of American Politics
July 29, 2016
Hans Noel, an associate professor of government and co-author of The Party Decides, talks about the 2016 election and the future of American politics.
Professor: Abusive Leadership is in the Eye of the Beholder
July 26, 2016
A new book by McDonough School of Business professor Robert J. Bies analyzes the impact of abusive leadership in the workplace.