The Dickey Center is pleased to support faculty seminars and workshops designed to bring faculty from different disciplinary perspectives together over topics of common interest. These programs enhance collegiality, advance research and promote the development of intellectual communities. In some seminars faculty present work in progress or invite scholars from outside Dartmouth to share their work, others are temporary collaborations on a defined project. We are open to proposals for new workshops at any time from faculty whose work advances the general mission of the Dickey Center.
International Relations/Foreign Policy
This workshop is a co-production of the Dickey Center for International Understanding and the Rockefeller Center for Public Policy. It is open to faculty from all disciplines. Students working on research projects related to a particular speaker are welcome to attend by emailing the
All Seminars take place from 3:00-4:30pm in the Class of 1957 Library, 353 Haldeman, unless otherwise indicated.
SPRING 2013 SCHEDULE (tentative)
March 27: Yongwook Rhu, Australian National University
April 10: Mark Haas, Duquesne University
April 24: : David Rezvani, Visiting Professor, Dartmouth, Strategies of Integration: American National Security Policy and the Formation of Political Unions
May 8: Dominic Tierney, Swarthmore
May 22: Cullen Hendrix, The College of William and Mary
- Jerry Cohen, UCSB, Currency and State Power
- Jennifer Lind and Daryl Press, Dartmouth, The Strategic Logic of Energy Mercantilism
- Yonatan Lupu, Research Associate at the Neihaus Center for Globalization and Governance, Princeton, and Assistant Professor of Political Science at GWU, Legislative Veto Players and the Effects of International Human Rights Agreements
- Jennifer Mitzen, OSU, Grand Strategy as Collective Intention: The Concert Talks Russia out of Greece by Talking Greece into Europe
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