Interview on the Rhodes Trust and Global Higher Education with Sir Colin Lucas

Sir Colin Lucas was the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford from 1997 to 2004. He is now the Warden of Rhodes House and Chief Executive of the Rhodes Trust. Nicholas Rice, a writer currently based in London, conducted these interviews. In addition to this work, he has produced a UNFPA report, “Unseen, Unheard and […]

Introduction

Damon Mayrl is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Sociology at the University of California, Berkeley, and a research associate with the Social Science Research Council. His research interests include the sociology of religion, political sociology, and historical and comparative methods. His dissertation compares the evolution of institutional connections between government and religious organizations […]

Genocide in Somalia’s Jubba Valley and Somali Bantu Refugees in the U.S.

Catherine L. Besteman, Colby College How do genocides end from the point of view of those most harmed? Often genocides only end when those targeted flee to a safe place. The best way to end a genocide may be to get those targeted out of harm’s way in a hurry. For survivors, genocide ends when they […]

Genocide in Somalia’s Jubba Valley and Somali Bantu Refugees in the U.S.

Catherine L. Besteman, Colby College How do genocides end from the point of view of those most harmed? Often genocides only end when those targeted flee to a safe place. The best way to end a genocide may be to get those targeted out of harm’s way in a hurry. For survivors, genocide ends when they […]