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Nola Goodwin/The Hoya | Author Orit Avishai, a professor of sociology and women’s, gender and sexuality studies at Fordham University, discussed her book “Queer Judaism: LGBT Activism and the Remaking of Jewish Orthodoxy in Israel” during a Feb 20 book talk hosted by the Center for Jewish Civilization (CJC).

Author Talks Queerness, Ethnography Within the Jewish Orthodox Community

By Nola Goodwin, Hoya Staff Writer February 22, 2024

The author of a book examining the evolving relationship between the queer community and Orthodox Judaism shared insight about her ethnographic research and writing process at a Feb. 20 event. Orit...

Professor Discusses the Place of Queer Communities in Islam at Book Talk

By Maren Fagan November 19, 2023

A professor of African cultural studies discussed their new book “Muslims on the Margins: Creating Queer Religious Communities in North America” in a hybrid format book talk Nov. 14. Katrina Daly...

Georgetown Prison Outreach Program Hosts Judge for Book Talk

By Yolanda Lu November 17, 2023

Judge LaDoris Cordell discussed the main problems of the U.S. legal system and her recently published memoir at a Nov. 8 event hosted by Georgetown Prison Outreach. At the event, Cordell, the first...

EVENT: The Novel as a Secular Art

By Yolanda Lu November 4, 2023

Author Christopher Beha delivered  a lecture on the sometimes-challenged secularity of the novel as an art form at a Nov. 1 campus event. Beha’s talk, entitled “The Statues and the Temple:...

Code for America Founder Discusses New Book, Technology in Government

By Aamir Jamil October 21, 2023

Jennifer Pahlka, the founder of Code for America, a nonprofit organization that works to improve the government through technology, visited Georgetown University on Oct. 19 to discuss her new book on...

Journalist and Author Confronts Palo Alto, Silicon Valley, US Capitalism

Journalist and Author Confronts Palo Alto, Silicon Valley, US Capitalism

By Clayton Kincade September 1, 2023

Journalist, editor and critic Malcolm Harris discussed the relationship between Palo Alto, Calif., and its larger role in the tech industry, labor movements and U.S. capitalism. The Georgetown Global...

Professor Discusses Book on Intelligence in International Politics

Professor Discusses Book on Intelligence in International Politics

By Anya Markovitz February 2, 2023

Jennifer Sims, one of the former chairs of Georgetown University’s intelligence concentration in the Security Studies Program, joined the Center for Security Studies (CSS) for a conversation on her...

Event: Professor Presents Book on Rebels in Middle East

Event: Professor Presents Book on Rebels in Middle East

By Brian Li January 19, 2023

A Johns Hopkins professor presented her new book on the logistical and communicational behavior of insurgent forces during the Lebanon Civil War at a Walsh School of Foreign Service (SFS) event. Georgetown’s...

Pollsters Present Book On Political Polarization

Pollsters Present Book On Political Polarization

By Brian Li December 2, 2022

Producers of the Battleground Poll discussed their book on political polarization in the United States and solutions for the country’s political divide with Georgetown University students. Georgetown’s...

GEORGETOWN SCHOOL OF FOREIGN SERVICE | Georgetown professor and former director of Asian Affairs for the National Security Council Victor Cha spoke at a Jan. 23 book talk.

North Korea Unlikely to Denuclearize, Victor Cha Says

By Grey Rosenzweig January 28, 2019

North Korea will not denuclearize within the near future, Georgetown University professor and former director of Asian Affairs for the National Security Council Victor Cha said at Jan. 23 event. Both...

World Power Focus Of Naím Book Talk

By Ashley Miller January 14, 2014

Dr. Moisés Naím spoke about the changing dynamics of world power contributing to a more chaotic world in Riggs Library on Monday afternoon in a converstion with Director of Asian Studies Victor Cha,...

Balkan Historian Recalls Years Reporting on Conflict

By Matt Walters October 2, 2012

Oxford University professor James Pettifer spoke about his experience covering the Balkan War for The London Times during a lecture on his book “The Kosovo Liberation Army: Underground War to Balkan...

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