Erica Chenoweth

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State & Hill

Soundbites, overheard @ Ford School events

Dec 9, 2015
Policy Talks @ the Ford School “When Social Security was started, the ratio of retirees to working people was one to 15 or something like that. Over the next five or ten years, we’ll go to one retiree for every two folks working. That clearly...
State & Hill

Mapping terror: Understanding terrorist networks and alliances

Dec 18, 2012
People collaborate—it's what we do. We work together to tackle big problems. We work together to achieve big goals. We give favors, in hopes that they'll be reciprocated. We look out for each other, in hopes that someone else will look out for us in...
Josh Rosenthal Education Fund Lecture, Policy Talks @ the Ford School

Why civil resistance works: Strategic alternatives to violence in the 21st century

Sep 9, 2015, 4:00-5:30 pm EDT
Weill Hall, Annenberg Auditorium
The Ford School welcomes internationally renowned scholar Erica Chenoweth.  Her pathbreaking research on the effectiveness of nonviolent resistance has earned her numerous distinctions for “proving Gandhi right.” 
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