Miki Morita, project manager for the Georgetown-IDP Project for North American Silk Road Collections, and Michelle Wang, professor in Georgetown's Department of Art and Art History, will discuss prospects for collaboration and research during an July 28 online event sponsored by the British Library.
Georgetown’s commitment to the study of culture and the promotion of intercultural understanding on an international scale is reflected in a range of course and program offerings.
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Communication, Culture, and Technology is a graduate program at Georgetown University. The program explores the relationship between changing technology and changing cultures, including research, government, media, business, and communication.
The School of Foreign Service sponsors this major for Georgetown undergraduate students enrolled in the B.S. in foreign service program. Participants explore questions of culture, knowledge, and power in international relations.
The Department of Spanish and Portuguese sponsors this master's degree in the literature and culture of the Spanish-speaking world.
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Founded in 2006 with the support of the Lannan Foundation, the Lannan Center for Poetics and Social Practice is a literary research and pedagogical center focused on the art of poetry and its social and cultural presence.
Housed in the Walsh School of Foreign Service, the Laboratory for Global Performance and Politics (The Lab) harnesses the power of performance to humanize global politics. The Lab believes that theater can counter polarization through the empathy it enables in a live communal setting.