This week, Colgate classes resume online. While it might seem like a new world, this story from the College Board archives shows that the University’s professors were among the pioneers of distance education.
Tsega Etefa, associate professor of history and Africana and Latin American studies, delves into the history of the Darfur conflict to explain Sudan’s recent decision to turn its former president over to the International Criminal Court.
Jenna Reinbold, associate professor of religion, discusses widespread public confusion about the state of religious freedom in America in a new episode of the Academic Minute, a production of the Albany, N.Y., NPR affiliate WAMC.
The New Yorker’s March 2 edition features “Zucchini,” a new poem by Donald M. and Constance H. Rebar Professor in Humanities and Professor of English Peter Balakian, the Pulitzer prize-winning author of Ozone Journal.
Join Colgate Russian and Eurasian Studies Director and Associate Professor of Geography Jessica Graybill as she discusses her research in Russia, and how climate change is impacting its coastal cities in this episode of 13.
Colgate political scientists are weighing in on the ethical questions related to the U.S. military strike that killed Iranian General Qassem Soleimani, Iran’s missile response, and how escalation doesn’t always result in deterrence.