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Award Winning Barbara Allen27 May 2021
Professor Barbara Allen is a 2021 Bronze Winner of The Telly Awards in the General – Television category for her documentary Actual World, Possible Future. Actual World, Possible Future explores the lives and work of Elinor and Vincent Ostrom, who sought to address the enormous problems that plague human societies: climate change, endangered species, ocean pollution, and deforestation.
17 March 2021
Professor Al Montero, Frank B. Kellogg Professor of Political Science, spoke with Jon Olson on March 17, 2021 on his radio show National Security This Week. They talked about the…
10 March 2021
Greg Marfleet, Dorothy H. and Edward C. Congdon Professor of Political Science, was interviewed by Jon Olson on March 10, 2021 on his KYMN radio show National Security This Week.…
12 September 2019
Professor Tun Myint, due to his research on the social and ecological diversity of Myanmar, is asked about rural, agricultural and ecological changes in Myanmar and their impact on political, economic, and ecological transitions in the country.
4 January 2019
17 April 2017
Opening of the Public Memory of Myanmar digital archive, with Professor Tun Myint and special guests.
20 February 2017
Christina Farhart, who will begin teaching in the Carleton College Department of Political Science next fall, is mentioned in the New York Times, 2/15/2017.
2 November 2016
We mourn the passing of Ambassador Burton Levin. Burt taught part-time in the Political Science Department at Carleton as the SIT Investment Visiting Professor of Asian Policy from 1994 until the fall of 2013.
10 June 2016
Al Montero is quoted extensively in the article “Brazil’s Broken System” in The World Weekly, June 2, 2016.
19 April 2016
Article: “Impeachment Could be Good for Brazil”, by Al Montero, Frank B. Kellogg Professor of Political Science