Jackson School Journal
of International Studies

Spring 2012 Issue Online!

by admin, April 29, 2012

Drumroll please…

The Jackson School Journal’s fourth issue is now online! Our Spring 2012 features explorations of the gender dimensions of microfinance in India, reasons for the post-independence peace in Tanzania, and business interest groups in Japan, as well as an interview with former election observer Philip Howard! To read on and download your own copy, check it out here: Vol. 3 No. 1 (Spring 2012)

Much gratitude for the production of this issue goes to our authors — Laura Araki, Heather Campbell, and Alicia Erickson — and our Autumn 2011 peer reviewers — Talia Alongi, Annie Banel, Lisa Bergstrom, Natalie Block, Rachel Brown, Rachel Deane, Udai Dhamija, Allie Ferguson, Sherrie Hsu, Sarah Kane, Matthew Little, Kelsey Price, Kaela Reilly, Marcus Sweetser, McKenzie Templeton, and Roger Ying. Many thanks also to our faculty Advisory Board and Professor Philip Howard for sharing his stories with us.

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