The World After Coronavirus: A Pardee Center Video Series

The Pardee Center is pleased to present “The World After Coronavirus,” a video series featuring more than 100 interviews with leading experts and practitioners from BU and across the world, exploring the challenges and opportunities we will face in our post-coronavirus future. The series, hosted by Pardee School Dean Adil Najam, was recently featured in BU Today. During Alumni Weekend, the Pardee School hosted a three-part event drawing on the series called “World in Flux”. The events covered the future of global politics, global economics, and global values, and were broadcast live on YouTube.

Pardee Center Co-Hosts Webinar on the Future of Sustainable Development

The Pardee Center and the Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) recently co-hosted a webinar titled The Future of Sustainable Development in “The World After Coronavirus”. The webinar, which served as the Plenary Dialogue of SDPI’s 23rd Sustainable Development Conference, built on one of the major themes from the Pardee Center’s “The World After Coronavirus” video series. Bringing together four of Pardee School Dean Adil Najam‘s guests from the series, the conversation explored the future of sustainable development in a COVID-19 world. Watch the webinar recording.

Pardee Center Hosts Webinar on the Rise of Military Contracting Since 9/11

The Pardee Center recently hosted the third and final webinar in its Fall 2020 “20 Years of War” series. Previous webinars in the series focused on how the post-9/11 wars have caused displacement and increased the militarization of U.S. police. The third webinar, featuring Pardee Center Faculty Research Fellow Heidi Peltier on December 9, explored the rapid growth of military contracting since 2001. Watch the series.

Pardee Center Launches Arctic Environmental Humanities Workshop Series

The Pardee Center and the Scott Polar Research Institute at the University of Cambridge are pleased to co-host the Arctic Environmental Humanities Workshop Series, bringing together the diverse expertise of humanistic scholars, artists, and researchers for a series of virtual presentations and conversations about Arctic issues. The next event in the series will feature Inuk Silis H?egh, Director of the film Sumé: The Sound of a Revolution. Read more and RSVP.