Peace Studies


Linden '20 Named Peace Corps Volunteer to Morocco

Linden-2-duWilliam Smith College senior rower Annika Linden was recently accepted into the Peace Corps. The Sherborn, Mass., native was assigned to the youth development program in Morocco. An anthropology major, Linden became…
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A Journey to Explore the Holocaust

The March 4This spring, 20 HWS students, faculty and community members, along with a similar group from Nazareth College, embarked on a journey to trace the pathway of the Holocaust in Germany…
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The Role of Women in Promotion of Peace

Betty Bayer, Professor of Women's Studies, PortraitIn conjunction with the 170th anniversary of the First Women's Rights Convention held in Seneca Falls, N.Y., Professor of Women's Studies and President of the National Women's Hall of Fame…
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Israeli Novelist Amos Oz Visits

OZThe widely-acclaimed, best-selling Israeli author and peace activist Amos Oz read from and discussed his novel, Judas, a coming of age tale that was shortlisted for the Man Booker International…
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Standing Together to Honor the Lost Lives

Res26038Students, faculty, staff, trustees and members of the Geneva community gathered to honor the victims of the tragedy in Orlando, Fla., during a multi-faith remembrance service in St. John’s Chapel…
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