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CSPAN
Dec 31, 2016 5:22am EST
international affairs at the george washington university. the founding editor of the eleanor roosevelt papers project, which highlights the former first lady's writing and pronouncements on human rights and democracy. she's a widely published author, including casting her own shadow, eleanor roosevelt and the shaping of post war liberalism and a new and reedited edition of tome is now,el -- tomorrow is now. and in post conflict number societies, i think it is 14 different projects that you've worked on and this is an interesting presentation indeed. to dr. black's right, dr. sarah cramsey is a newly minted ph.d at berkeley, beat stanford. >> beat stanford. >> you asked and i delivered. and a professor of practice, of jewish studies at tulane university. she has been a full bright fellow and a boran scholar, she will be a research fellow at the vienna institute for holocaust studies coming up in the following year. she's received funding from the melon foundation, the american counsel of learned societies and the german historical institute and i'll be asking her for grant writing advice as sh
CSPAN
Dec 25, 2016 6:30pm EST
at the george washington university. the founding editor of the eleanor roosevelt papers project which highlights the former first lady's writings and pronouncements on human rights and democracy. she is a widely published author including casting her own shadow, eleanor roosevelt. and a new and expensively reedited edition of "tomorrow is now." she has worked on human rights education in numerous countries particularly in post-conflict societies. this is going to be an interesting presentation indeed. to her black -- to her right, a newly minted phd at her clean and stanford. berkeley and stanford. a professor of jewish studies at tulane university. she has been a fulbright scholar -- fellow and a foreign scholar. she will be a research fellow in vienna. she has received research funding from the mellon and i am to be asking her for grant writing advice because she obviously has that nailed. without further a do, let us begin with dr. james spero. [applause] >> thank you. defined by anime abiding mistrust of government. recently, we have entered a moment in which even the most b
CSPAN
Dec 25, 2016 10:30pm EST
, allida black is research professor of history and international affairs at the george washington university. the founding editor of the eleanor roosevelt papers project which highlights the former first lady's writings and pronouncements on human rights and democracy. she is a widely published author , including "casting her own shadow, eleanor roosevelt." extensivelyd reedited edition of "tomorrow is now." eleanor roosevelt own book. she has worked on human rights education in numerous countries especially in post-conflict societies. i think the number i heard with 14 separate projects you have worked on. this is going to be an interesting presentation indeed. to her right, sarah cramsey, a newly minted phd at berkeley and stanford. and a professor of jewish studies at tulane university. she has been a fulbright fellow and a foreign scholar. she will be a research fellow at the institute are holocaust studies in the following year. she has received research funding from the mellon germanion and the historical institute. and i will be asking her for grant writing advice because s
Search Results 0 to 5 of about 6 (some duplicates have been removed)