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Dr. Yang and his Purdue CLA team advance the boundary of sociology by mapping religious practices to explain major cultural changes in the Global East (East Asia)

Dr. Fenggang Yang’s Center on Religion and the Global East is one of the most successful CLA research enterprises.

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Writing Training for Graduate Students

The Purdue On-Campus Writing Lab (OWL) supports graduate writers through one-on-one consultations, graduate-specific programming, and online resources. Graduate-Specific Programming Introduction to Graduate Writing 4-Part Workshop The Introduction to Graduate Writing Workshop is meant to introduce graduate students in their first or second year to various aspects of scholarly writing to become successful scholarly writers in their field of study.

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Excellence in Discovery and Creative Endeavors (EIDCE) Award Competition Begins

The College of Liberal Arts is currently accepting nominations for the Excellence in Discovery and Creative Endeavors (formerly Discovery Excellence/Excellence in Research) Awards. This program is intended to recognize excellence in discovery and creativity by tenure-track CLA faculty.

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Doctoral training in International Cultural Industries in France (Virtual Event)

Interested CLA graduate students are invited to participate in a French virtual training doctoral program offered by the CLA partner, The French Laboratory of Excellence at University of Paris. The program helps students discover and learn about European and international cultural research topics, as well as creative industries research topics, in an interdisciplinary manner.

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FORCES Report on Competition and Conflict in current and future American Foreign Policy

The FORCES white paper / report A Twenty-First-Century Strategy to Counter Russia, China, and Iran published by the National Interest proposes a new approach to American foreign policy, which provides the flexibility needed to handle two major international conflicts at the same time. We propose “

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