Faculty fellow Wendy Pearlman helps explain the Syrian humanitarian crisis through Syrians’ own voices
For the past several years, faculty fellow Wendy Pearlman has documented the stories of displaced Syrians in the Middle East and Europe.
The $5,000 prize is awarded for a translation-in-progress of a non-Western literary or scholarly text, and honors two winners this year.
Our affiliates frequently lend expertise on crucial global issues, and their contributions and commentary surrounding the executive order on immigration are evidence of the breadth of our community.
Developed at Northwestern over the last two decades, the five ALA volumes and the foundation upon which a whole new field of study has been built.
Global Politics and Religion (GPR) brings together innovative thinkers to respond to the challenges of a socially and religiously diverse world.
As part of the competitive Big Idea and Global Partnership funding initiatives, the Buffett Institute will provide significant funding to launch three interdisciplinary research groups, five working groups, and four new or broadened global partnerships.
Collaborative research project studies the multiple historical trajectories, concepts, and practices of religious freedom.
Northwestern-trained team works to save Timbuktu manuscripts.