Latin American Studies Professor Selected as Carnegie Council Fellow

Lori Harwood
March 21, 2003

Elizabeth Oglesby, assistant professor of Latin American studies, has recently been selected as one of five Carnegie Council Fellows for 2003-2004. Oglesby's project is on the history and the politics of reconciliation and is titled "Education and the Politics of History in Guatemala: Integrating 'Memory of Silence' Into the Curriculum?"

The Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs established its Fellows Program in 2000 to support promising younger scholars, educators, and practitioners who are engaged with the ethical dimensions of international affairs. The nonresidential Fellows Program provides a modest stipend and support to attend a two-week long workshop with other fellows in New York. The program is designed to give Fellows an opportunity to supplement current research, or to provide seed money to begin a new project.


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