Resources

September 01, 2015

2014-2015 IGL Research Process

Student Resources

The following process is required of all students to participate on IGL-sponsored research trips.

Requirements:

• All students must follow the attached process.

• All students conducting research must have taken a research methodology course; for groups, the team leader must have the methodology requirement though it is recommended for all students participating.

• All students must attend the required research briefing, scheduled each semester, and also have a phone briefing with the International SOS employee assigned to the country you are traveling to.

September 01, 2015

IGL Programs Brochure

Publications

This brochure provides an overview of all Institute programs as of the beginning of the 2014-15 academic year (pdf, 6mb)

August 18, 2015

2014 - 2015 IGL Student Handbook

Student Resources
January 22, 2015

Mitchell Orenstein

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Mitchell A. Orenstein is Professor and Chair of the Department of Political Science at Northeastern University in Boston and an associate of both the Center for European Studies and the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies at Harvard University.  Professor Orenstein is a scholar of international politics focusing on the political economy of transition in Central and Eastern Europe, pension privatization worldwide, and the role of policy paradigms in economic reform.  His research lies at the intersection of comparative politics, international political economy, and global public policy, employing a problem-driven research approach based on asking big, policy-relevant questions and answering them through carefully designed, in-depth field research. 

December 04, 2014

EPIIC Colloquium Dec. 4, 2014: Ellen Mickiewicz: The Voices of Russia’s Future Leaders [Audio]

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Ellen Mickiewicz is the James R. Shepley professor of public policy studies, professor of political science, and director of the DeWitt Wallace Center for Communications and Journalism of the Terry Sanford Institute of Public Policy at Duke University. A specialist on media and politics, especially in the former Soviet Union and Eastern/Central Europe, she is also a fellow of The Carter Center.  Her most recent book is No Illusions: Voices of Russia’s Future Leaders.  She is also the author of "Changing Channels," a study of the role and impact of television in Russia from 1985-1999. It analyzes the rise of modern, televised campaigning in post-Soviet Russia; the use of free television time for unmediated candidate communication with the public; editorial coverage by news organizations; and political advertising. It examines the volatile media market and the persisting contest for political control of television that has made the institutionalization of pluralism extremely difficult.  Dr. Mickiewicz was the first American to be honored by the 120,000-member Journalists Union of Russia for her contribution to the development of democratic media in the region. Her earlier book, "Split Signals: Television and Politics in the Soviet Union," was given the Electronic Media Book of the Year award by the National Association of Broadcasters and the Broadcast Education Association, and she is the author or editor of five other books and numerous journal articles.

December 02, 2014

EPIIC Dec 2, 2014: Gregory Carleton: War Narratives [Audio]

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Gregory Carleton is an associate professor of Russian at Tufts University, specializing in twentieth-century literature and contemporary culture. He is the author of two books, one on the reception of Mikhail Zoshchenko and the other on the sexual revolution in Soviet Russia in the 1920s. Currently he is working on a comparative study of war narratives in Russian and American culture. He is also an Associate at the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies at Harvard University.

November 19, 2014

Confronting the Death Penalty: Media and the Politics of the Death Penalty [Video]

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Confronting the Death Penalty A Tufts University Symposium  November 19, 2104  

Panelists:
John Artis: Exoneree and Co-Defendant with Rubin "Hurricane" Carter; former Counselor, Timber Ridge Residential Center for Boys; former Correctional Officer, White Post Detention Center
Fred W. Hogan: Former Investigator, New Jersey Office of the Public Defender; first person to begin reinvestigating the Rubin "Hurricane" Carter/John Artis case, in which his efforts resulted in the recantation of two eyewitnesses, paving the way for the exonerations
Thom Kidrin: Friend, Executor and Trustee of the Estate of Rubin "Hurricane" Carter
John Lemay: Filmmaker and Tufts alumnus chosen to create an archival film on Rubin "Hurricane Carter" and John Artis 

November 19, 2014

Confronting the Death Penalty: Mass Incarceration and the Death Penalty [Video]

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Confronting the Death Penalty A Tufts University Symposium November 19, 2014
Panelists:

David J. Harris: Managing Director, Charles Hamilton Houston Institute of Race and Justice, Harvard Law School

Peniel Joseph: Professor of History and Founding Director of the Center for the Study of Race and Democracy, Tufts University

Sabrina Butler: Exoneree; Assistant Director of Membership and Training, Witness to Innocence

Laurence Ralph: Assistant Professor in the Departments of Anthropology and African and African American Studies, Harvard University

November 19, 2014

Confronting the Death Penalty: The Death of Punishment? [Video]

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Confronting the Death Penalty A Tufts University Symposium November 19, 2014

The Death of Punishment? A Dialogue

Panelists: 

Sherman Teichman: Founding Director, Institute for Global Leadership

Erin Kelly: Chair, Department of Philosophy, Tufts University; Author, Criminal Justice without Retribution 

Robert Blecker: Professor of Law, New York Law School; Author, The Death of Punishment: Searching for Justice Among the Worst of the Worst 

November 19, 2014

Dead Man Walking: The Journey Continues -- Sister Helen Prejean [Audio]

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Confronting the Death Penalty Keynote Adress -- Dead Man Walking: The Journey Continues A Tufts University Symposium

November 19, 2014 Speaker:

Sister Helen Prejean: Death Penalty Abolitionist; Author, Dead Man Walking: An Eyewitness Account of the Death Penalty and The Death of Innocents: An Eyewitness Account of Wrongful Executions; Founder, Survive, a victims advocacy group in New Orleans; continues to counsel nor only victims on death row but also the families of murder victims

November 19, 2014

Dr. Jean Mayer Global Citizenship Award: Honoring John Artis and Rubin "Hurricane" Carter [Audio]

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Confronting the Death Penalty A Tufts University Symposium  November 19, 2104  

Panelists:
John Artis: Exoneree and Co-Defendant with Rubin "Hurricane" Carter; former Counselor, Timber Ridge Residential Center for Boys; former Correctional Officer, White Post Detention Center
Fred W. Hogan: Former Investigator, New Jersey Office of the Public Defender; first person to begin reinvestigating the Rubin "Hurricane" Carter/John Artis case, in which his efforts resulted in the recantation of two eyewitnesses, paving the way for the exonerations
Thom Kidrin: Friend, Executor and Trustee of the Estate of Rubin "Hurricane" Carter
John Lemay: Filmmaker and Tufts alumnus chosen to create an archival film on Rubin "Hurricane Carter" and John Artis 

November 19, 2014

Media and the Politics of the Death Penalty [Audio]

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Confronting the Death Penalty A Tufts University Symposium November 19, 2014  

Panelists:

John Artis: Exoneree and Co-Defendant with Rubin "Hurricane" Carter; former Counselor, Timber Ridge Residential Center for Boys; former Correctional Officer, White Post Detention Center
Marc Asnin: Photojournalist; Author, Final Words
Nancy Bauer: Dean of Academic Affairs and Professor of Philosophy, Tufts University
Janeann Dill: Filmmaker; Artist, Institute for Interdisciplinary Art and Creative Intelligence
Melissa Ferrari: Senior, Tufts University

November 19, 2014

Mass Incarceration and the Death Penalty [Audio]

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Confronting the Death Penalty A Tufts University Symposium November 19, 2014
Panelists:

David J. Harris: Managing Director, Charles Hamilton Houston Institute of Race and Justice, Harvard Law School

Peniel Joseph: Professor of History and Founding Director of the Center for the Study of Race and Democracy, Tufts University

Sabrina Butler: Exoneree; Assistant Director of Membership and Training, Witness to Innocence

Laurence Ralph: Assistant Professor in the Departments of Anthropology and African and African American Studies, Harvard University

November 19, 2014

The Death of Punishment? A Dialogue [Audio]

Audio/Video

Confronting the Death Penalty A Tufts University Symposium November 19, 2014

The Death of Punishment? A Dialogue

Panelists: 

Sherman Teichman: Founding Director, Institute for Global Leadership

Erin Kelly: Chair, Department of Philosophy, Tufts University; Author, Criminal Justice without Retribution 

Robert Blecker: Professor of Law, New York Law School; Author, The Death of Punishment: Searching for Justice Among the Worst of the Worst 

November 13, 2014

EPIIC Class November 13, 2014: Oxana Shevel

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Professor Shevel's research and teaching focus on the post-Communist region surrounding Russia and issues such as nation- and state-building, the politics of citizenship and migration, memory politics, and the influence of international institutions on democratization. She is the author of "Migration, Refugee Policy, and State Building in Postcommunist Europe" (Cambridge 2011), which examines how the politics of national identity and strategies of the UNHCR shape refugee admission policies in the post-Communist region, leading countries to be more or less receptive to refugees. The book received the 2012 American Association of Ukrainian Studies (AAUS) book prize. At present, Professor Shevel is working on a new book project - comparative study of the sources of citizenship policies in new post-Communist states. Articles based on this project were published inComparative Politics in 2009, and in Post-Soviet Affairs in 2012. Oxana Shevel's research has also appeared in the East European Politics and Societies, Europe-Asia Studies, Slavic Review, Political Science Quarterly, Nationality Papers, and in edited volumes.