Nationalism, Regionalism, and Migration
with Richard Haass
Tuesday, January 5, 2021 • Thursday, January 14, 2021 • Thursday, January 21, 2021
4 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.
Applications & nominations are now closed.
We will examine the forces that move, and restrain the movement, of populations, with particular emphasis to the historical, political, economic, and other causes that led to the immense diversity we find in our classrooms today. Richard Haass’s book The World: A Brief Introduction is required reading for this class.
In the first two sessions of this three-session master class, teachers will learn from the master. In the third, teachers will have a rare opportunity to exchange ideas with their brilliant colleagues.
Dr. Richard Haass is the president of the Council on Foreign Relations. In addition to service in the Departments of State and Defense, he has been a legislative aide in the U.S. Senate, special assistant to President George H.W. Bush, senior director for Near East and South Asian affairs for the National Security Council, chair of the multiparty negotiations in Northern Ireland, principal advisor to Secretary of State Colin Powell, U.S. coordinator for policy toward the future of Afghanistan, U.S. envoy to the Northern Ireland peace process, and a member of the faculty of Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. The recipient of a Presidential Citizens Medal, the Tipperary International Peace Award, and multiple honorary degrees, Dr. Haass is also the author of many books on foreign policy, including, most recently, The World: A Brief Introduction.