The MacMillan Center

Media Releases

2004

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December 12, 2004. PIER Joins the Connecticut State Department of Education to Strengthen Connecticut/ Toulouse Partnership

October 27, 2004. Yale University Launches Central Student Grants and Fellowships Database

October 11, 2004. Leitner Professor of Law, Politics, and International Studies Announced

September 14, 2004. Congressman Tom Lantos to Speak at the Yale Center for International and Area Studies

August 23, 2004. Educators Immersed in Islamic Studies and More at PIER Summer Institutes

July 2, 2004. Eight Connecticut Teachers Travel to Ghana on Fulbright Grant Received by Yale University

June 9, 2004. Historian David Blight to Direct the Gilder-Lehrman Center at Yale

May 26, 2004. YCIAS Director Appointed to 2004 Class of Carnegie Scholars

May 23, 2004. Yale's David Brion Davis Receives Two Prestigious History Awards; Lectureship Established in His Honor

April 28, 2004. A Conference on "Globalization and Self-Determination: The Nation-State Under Siege" Will Be Held at the Yale Center for International and Area Studies (YCIAS)

April 23, 2004. Winners Announced in International Cultural Festival Photography Contest

April 13, 2004. International Conference to Consider "Order, Conflict, and Violence"

March 28, 2004. New Program on Order, Conflict, and Violence Joins Yale Center for International and Area Studies

March 10, 2004. International Conference to Consider "The Future of Secularism"

March 10, 2004. Symposium to Explore Modernity/Anti-Modernity of Gandhi’s Politics

March 10, 2004. 'Sahitya Goshthhi’ Features Readings and Panel with Hindi Writers

March 5, 2004. Ian Shapiro to Head the Yale Center for International and Area Studies

January 5, 2004. Ambassador Richard Haass to Speak at the Yale Center for International and Area Studies

 


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