Throughout history, slavery (the purchase and sale of human beings as chattel), enslavement (through conquest, and exploitation of indebtedness, among other vulnerabilities), and similar extreme forms of exploitation and control have been an intrinsic part of human societies.
Europe Gateway News
The call just went out for the second round of applications for the President's International Research Awards. Inside IU caught up with international gateway offices director Ally Batten, who shared additional information about this funding program.
The latest research indicates that more than 400 million people embark annually on traditional pilgrimages in Saudi Arabia, India, Japan, and elsewhere, with the numbers steadily increasing.
IU Europe Gateway offers a space for conversation about antisemitism and racism in the United States
After the presidential election in the United States, Noam Zadoff, assistant professor of Jewish studies and history at Indiana University, felt it was time to have a conversation.
Indiana University is celebrating the golden anniversary of one of its most successful overseas study programs and globally focused collaborations.
Food safety, refugee integration among studies earning IU President's International Research Fund grants
Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie has awarded four faculty members with the inaugural round of funding from IU’s President’s International Research Fund. The new program sponsors international collaborative research projects that engage one or more of IU’s Global Gateways and the communities they serve.
Indiana University Bloomington political scientist Jean Robinson joins Christian Lammert of the Freie Universität Berlin to discuss the 2016 election results.
Call for Proposals for the 2016-17 Indiana University – Freie Universität Berlin Joint Research Workshops and Short-term Research Stays
With the goal of facilitating research cooperation, Freie Universität Berlin and Indiana University have established a joint funding program to support annual joint research workshops and short-term research stays.
Allison LeClere, an IU master’s student in higher education and student affairs, shares her experience as a summer intern at the IU Europe Gateway in Berlin.
Weeklong trip includes the celebration of the 40-year anniversary of IU's relationship with the University of Warsaw and the celebration in Bologna, Italy, of the 50th anniversary of IU's partnership with the University of Bologna.
Indiana University's African American Choral Ensemble will perform in Germany this month at an international festival of sacred music as part of the group's first European tour.
IU is establishing international gateway offices to engage the world through international activity and scholarship. Berlin will serve as IU's European Gateway Office.
Beginning Nov. 2, IU President McRobbie will lead a delegation, including IU Vice President for International Affairs David Zaret, IU Vice President for Research Fred Cate and IU first lady Laurie Burns McRobbie, on a five-day trip to Germany, where McRobbie will preside over the opening of the third IU Global Gateway.