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Publications

Our institute has a mission to support international teaching and research to help students and faculty see the world through a global lens. We keep a list of the most recent publications that have been produced or supported by our institute. 

2020 Walker Recent Publications (and grants received)

  1. Clay Fuller, Walker Institute Faculty Affiliate. Smith Richardson Foundation.  “Strategy and Policy Fellowship”. Grant no. 2020-2401, $60,000.
  2. John Hsieh, PI and Robert Cox, Co-PI. Taiwan Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States, Award for “Taiwan and Asia Program 2020,” 2020, $80,000.
  3. Robert Henry Cox, Daniel Dickson and Patrik Marier. “Resistance, Innovation and Improvisation: Comparing the Responses of Nursing Home Workers to the Covid-19 Pandemic in Canada and the United States.”    Journal of Comparative Political Analysis. 2020.  https://doi.org/10.1080/13876988.2020.1846994.
  4. Judit Trunkos (2020) Comparing Russian, Chinese and American Soft Power Use: A New Approach, Global Society, DOI: 10.1080/13600826.2020.1848809
  5. Saskia Coenen Snyder. Guest Editor.  Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies, Vol. 38: 3 (Winter 2020): 1-102. The edition focused on the history of the diamond trade.
  6. Saskia Coenen Snyder. “Introduction: Jews and the Diamond Trade,” 38: 3 (Winter 2020): 1-12
  7. Saskia Coenen Snyder. “Creating National Memory – Finally,” Holocaust Remembered: 75 Years Since the Holocaust, An Analysis. A Special Supplement From the Columbia Holocaust Education Commission 7 (April, 2020), 12-13.

 

 


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