Discourse Vol. 4, Spring 2011

April 01, 2011

Vol. 4 of Discourse presents the following student work: 

Cody Valdes | The Political Legacy of a Revolutionary Generation, Interview with Matt Bai A’90
Duncan Pickard | Transnational Politics of Human Rights Reporting and Advocacy in Syria
Elizabeth Herman | Political Dimensions of 9/11 Narratives In Secondary School History Textbooks in South Asia
Cody Valdes & Joshua Gross | Moving toward Peace in Nepal: The Role of the United Nations, Interview with Ian Martin
Chloé Rousseau | Do Revolutions Destroy or Generate Social Capital? 
Jonathan Moore | Infusing a Moral Imagination in U.S. Policies
Nithyaa Venkataramani | Export Agriculture and its Role in the Escalating Nutrition Crisis of Guatemala
Josephine Herman | Between Western and I-94, Cermak and 16th 
Nicholas Dynan | Houston, Texas
Zuhui Wang, Jun Zhou, & Xueyi Yang | An Analysis of Education-Based Immigration to Zhengzhou, China under Hukou Reform
George Kolev | Ein Mann 
Jimmy Pianka | Prayer