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Kellogg Hosts Distinguished Scholar-Statesmen from Latin America Kellogg Hosts Distinguished Scholar-Statesmen from Latin America
José María Argueta, the ambassador and permanent representative of Guatemala to the OAS, and former Visiting Fellow Juan Gabriel Valdés, Chile’s ambassador to the US, will speak at Notre Dame in September.
Kellogg PhD Funding Bears Fruit in New Book on HaitiKellogg PhD Funding Bears Fruit in New Book on Haiti
Former Kellogg graduate student Marlene Daut, now at Claremont Graduate University, has published Tropics of Haiti, a literary history of Haiti’s war of independence.
Cassel to Support Colombian Peace Process on New Working GroupCassel to Support Colombian Peace Process on New Working Group
Faculty Fellow Doug Cassel has been named by the Colombian government to a high-level bilateral working group on justice.

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IN THE MEDIA

Cuando el Estado exonera al EstadoCuando el Estado exonera al Estado
Faculty Fellow Guillermo Trejo’s op-ed on impunity in Mexico: “When the State Exonerates the State” (El País)

Dear College Student: Please Diversify Your CoursesDear College Student: Please Diversify Your Courses
Faculty Fellow Marisel Moreno on the power of education to combat racism and xenophobia (Huffington Post)

Fr. Emmanuel KatongoleAfrican theologians, bishops cry out for more expansive synod discussions
Faculty Fellow Fr. Emmanuel Katongole says African voices should be heard on family issues. (National Catholic Reporter)

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