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Geoffrey Weiss, a PhD student in the philosophy department, will be leading a discussion on whether certain actions are not only wrong to perform, but wrong to even consider.

As part of visiting professor Deniz Karakas' ARHS 3912 Islamic Art course, the artist, Munther Yousef, will be running an Arabic Calligraphy Workshop to give the participants the unique opportunity to try their hands at writing in Arabic script and discover this beautiful art form.

UNCERTAINTY | 2019 Administrators Conference

November 7-9, 2019 | New Orleans, LA

Conference Partner: Tulane University, School of Architecture

Conference Co-chairs:

* Iñaki Alday, Dean, Tulane University

* Michelle Addington, Dean, University of Texas at Austin

* Kentaro Tsubaki, Associate Dean, Tulane University

If there is one certainty that we can universally count on as an enduring condition in the built environment, it is the increasing UNCERTAINTY brought by climate change.


Mapping Latin America
 Works-in-Progress Talks

Friday, November 1, 2019, 10:30am-12pm 


Hayley Woodward PhD candidate 

Art History/Latin American Studies Tulane University

On Visual & Cartographic Traditions in Aztec & Colonial Mexico


Sebastián Díaz Ángel PhD candidate

History Cornell University

Tropical and Insurgent Landscapes: Mapping a Transnational Network of Modernizers in Latin America’s Cold War (1960-1973)


Adeno Addis is an internationally recognized scholar whose expertise spans a range of areas, but primarily focusing on human rights, constitutional law, and political and legal theory. He has published extensively in law and social science journals in the United States, Asia and Europe. He has taught at other law schools both in the United States and in other countries such as Australia, Germany, Hong Kong (SAR), and Japan. He has delivered many public lectures at many other institutions, including the University of Antwerp, University of Hong Kong, and the University of Texas (Austin).

Organized by Tulane's Office of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies, the 3MT is an academic competition that challenges PhD students to describe their research within three minutes to a general audience. 3MT celebrates the discoveries made by research students and encourages their skill in communicating the importance of research to the broader community. Community members, as well as all Tulane faculty, staff, and students are welcome to attend this event. A reception will follow the competition.

 Please join us for our informational session to learn about the Mandel Palagye Middle East Peace Program. The five-week program begins on Tulane campus and then travels to Israel to studt the Arab Israeli conflict. The entire program is FREE for the 15 students selected.

 Please join us for our  informational session to learn about the Mandel Palagye Middle East Program.  The five week-program begins on Tulane campus and then travels to Israel to study the Arab-Israeli conflict. The Entire program is FREE for the 15 students selected.

The 2019 cohort of the Mandel-Palagye Summer Program for Middle East Peace spent five weeks studying the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. For three weeks they were based at Hebrew University in Jerusalem learning about a wide range of issues related to the conflict. A central focus was the city of Jerusalem itself: it's importance in the larger conflict as well as the daily lives of people living in and around the city.

Students worked on individual research projects, ranging from the role bilingual schools can have in peace efforts to security measures to protect holy sites.

Meet admission staff from Public Health programs across the globe.

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