Middlebury Institute professor Nükhet Kardam explores the fluidity of personal and national identities in her new multimedia publication “From Ottoman to Turk and Beyond: Shimmering Threads of Identity.
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Which one is the Francophone, which one is the Anglophone, and which one is the American? Ok that last one is too easy! “Cameroon is bilingual country,” the taxi driver said, as he smiled and continued to drive me into the city center of Buea, in Southwest Cameroon. “But everyone knows that that’s a lie. … Continue reading Bilingu – ALL or….not? →
North Korea’s claims of a successful hydrogen bomb test were met with skepticism from Institute experts with the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies in interviews with national and international media outlets.
As described on the Center for Conflict Studies website, “the theme of this year’s Reflections magazine is race and conflict. CCS seeks to discuss race as more than color, but rather as power, privilege, identities, and discrimination tied to shades of color and the role that this plays in conflict around the world. In recognizing that […]
IPPSers and DPMI Plusers will soon begin a new adventure at their internships in Geneva, Washington D.C, New York City, San Francisco, Chile, and Zambia. These respective internships are essentially an audition for work at UNHCR, the State Department, the Peace Corps, Catholic Relief Services, the IAEA, and/or the IUCN to name a few. As […]
Weirdly Worldly is a podcast and long-form conversation. We are three TESOL students who frequently find ourselves discussing world events and happenings. Since our lives revolve around language while at school, it only makes sense…
As we look forward to a new year filled with promise at the Middlebury Institute, we look back at some of the most important and compelling stories we shared with you in 2015.
Course Hub sites for the latest version of the Spring 2016 academic course catalog are available online. When you login to the Course Hub at http://courses.miis.edu look for “Spring 2016” courses in your “My Semester Dashboard” menu to the left. Here are the top tasks you can perform in Course Hub as you begin to prepare for the Spring term: 1. Check your […]
Students at the Middlebury Institute have a choice of winter term courses offered on five continents, ranging from exploring education abroad management in Spain to earning a certificate in international development and social change though DPMI Rwanda.