This bio is current as of 2020.

Drew Martin is a current law student at Berkeley Law School, where his thematic interests include Nobel Peace Prize laureates, truth and reconciliation commissions, crimes against humanity, and international law.  

This profile was current as of 2017, when he was part of the on-campus Kellogg community.

Prof. Alford is writing a book about Nobel Peace Prize laureates and how their work and narratives over the past 100 years have influenced and reflected trends of international peace building. I help him by looking deeper into the stories of these laureates in order to find connections with other laureates and major events. By connecting the dots, it is then possible a history of the modern world through the lenses of these remarkable people.

I have studied abroad through Notre Dame International in Angers, France. While I never did receive a fellowship from Kellogg, I still was able to experience studying abroad and learning about the world by spending 4 months in Europe. I will also be conducting research not related to international issues this semester on my own for my thesis regarding California politics.

Peace Studies
Political Science
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Music in political culture;

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