NYC Taking a Stance to Fight Climate Change

NYC Taking a Stance to Fight Climate Change

New York City Mayor, Bill De Blasio, has committed to sue oil companies for knowing their knowledge of the effects of fossil fuels and withholding that information that lead to a great deal of damage in New York. In addition to this De Blasio vowed … Continue Reading →
Celebrating Eduardo Galeano with Amy Goodman

Celebrating Eduardo Galeano with Amy Goodman

The Nation Books & The Studley Graduate Program of International Affairs at The New School present “Celebrating Eduardo Galeano.” On the occasion of the publication of Eduardo Galeano’s last work, “HUNTER OF STORIES,” Amy Goodman will chair a celebration of the master’s life and work … Continue Reading →
Professors Peter Hoffman & Sakiko Fukuda Parr Publish New Books

Professors Peter Hoffman & Sakiko Fukuda Parr Publish New Books

“What is humanitarianism?” This complex question gets a thorough examination in a new book recently published by SGPIA Professor Peter J. Hoffman. In Humanitarianism, War, and Politics: Solferino to Syria and Beyond (Rowman & Littlefield, 2018), Hoffman and co-author Thomas G. Weiss (CUNY) take a comprehensive … Continue Reading →