The July issue of the Swarthmore College Bulletin features three pieces on global citizenship in one form or another. Two of the pieces are about peace and conflict studies honors minor, Adriana Popa ’12, and Prof. Ayse Kaya, who teaches political science courses on globalization for Peace and Conflict Studies.
Here are links to the pieces:
- “Global Citizens All” (an interview with Rebecca Chopp)
- “Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way–To Swarthmore” (an interview with Adriana Popa ’12)
- “What Do We Owe Distant Strangers in Need?” (an interview with Prof. Ayse Kaya)