Photography and Design in a German Culture Context

Story by Alexandra Kuenning Photo by Yiyi Fei Taking place in Berlin over four-and-a-half weeks, Photography and Design in a German Culture Context combines a country’s traditions with the arts. “Photography and design are two things I love,” Sharon Chan, a second-year interaction design major, said. “I wanted to travel and I’ve always heard Berlin…

Student Spotlight: Caitlin Morelli

Interview conducted by Madlen Gubernick | gubernick.ma@husky.neu.edu After four and half years at Northeastern, Caitlin Morelli graduated with a dual degree in international affairs and political science, with minors in global social entrepreneurship and business administration.   While at Northeastern, Caitlin was heavily involved both in class and across the world.  She completed three co-ops, one…

Professors Berna Turam and Kathrin Zippel On Their Dialogue

Written by Mary Chen | chen.mary@husky.neu.edu Photo by Dirk Ahlgrim Professors Berna Turam and Kathrin Zippel are both of the International Affairs, Sociology, and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies faculty here at Northeastern.  Together, they run a dialogue, aptly named “Turkey and Germany: Politics of Space and Islam, Gender, and Sexuality in Istanbul and Berlin”. What is this…

Professor Kimberly Jones: Research in Northern Ireland

Interview Conducted by Julia Renner | renner.j@husky.neu.edu Kimberly Jones, J.D., Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of International Affairs and Middle East Studies at Northeastern. She currently focuses on Ireland and the United Kingdom, with a particular interest in nations’ self-determination and secession, human rights, and conflict transformation. Her research and publications focus on issues relevant to…

Professor Garcia: Paris Talks

Interview Conducted by Jeremy Love-Epp | loveepp.j@husky.neu.edu The Paris Agreement that came out of the 21st Conference of the Parties (COP 21) last December marks a hopeful step forward on the issue of climate change, but should not be seen as the final step of the journey. As part of the United Nations Framework Convention on…