Fighting Words: Book Explores Political Language
In “Words of Conflict, Words of War: How the Language We use in Political Processes Sparks Fighting” (Praeger, 2010), Georgetown’s Fathali Moghaddam and Rom Harré edit a series of essays showing how heads of state use language to redirect collective politics supporting conflict or peace.
REBECCA SHINNERS (C'09)
Georgetown College alumna is working to provide college preparation programming to the best and brightest students of the Cristo Rey Network.
RICHIE FROHLICHSTEIN (C’11)
College junior visits fifteen countries and three continents as he studies abroad.
PROFESSOR JONATHAN RAY
The professor of Jewish Studies in the Theology department studies cultural issues of Medieval Europe.
For truly being a man for others and for his commitment to making the world a more beautiful place, Georgetown University bestowed upon Mr. Dikembe Mutombo, Class of 1991, the degree of Doctor of Humane Letters at the 2010 graduation ceremony. Click on the link below to see a video of the day's events.
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