Category: Faculty Spotlights

Chaos or Community: The Tasks that Dr. King Left Us

April 4, 2018 Chaos or Community: The Tasks that Dr. King Left Us By Mindy Fullilove, Darrick Hamilton with Chris Famighetti, and Maya Wiley Fifty years ago today, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was assassinated in Memphis. Just months before his death he authored his final book, Where …

Advocate For Digital Equality

Access to infrastructure of all kinds, from roads to telephone lines to the Internet, represents one of the most potent ways in which societies divide and discriminate against segments of their populations. In the 21st century, the lack of broadband access in less-resourced neighborhoods is …

“Why is there no learning by the state?” – SGPIA Prof L.H.M. Ling

The latest issue of the Georgetown Journal for Asian Affairs features a fascinating interview with SGPIA Professor L.H.M. Ling. Professor Ling is a pioneer in critical International Affairs theory whose work has pioneered the theoretical framework of Worldism. In this interview, which seeks to widen the …