On the July 27 episode of World Views @ CIS, Suzette Grillot and Rebecca Cruise discuss the severe weather events rocking the United States, Europe, and beyond. Then, we speak with Dr. Mirelsie Velazquez about the history of Puerto Rico and its ongoing recovery in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. Dr. Mirelsie Velazquez is an educational historian whose research focuses on race, ethnicity, gender, and Latino history. She currently works as an assistant professor of Educationa
On our July 21 show, Rebecca Slayton and Mark Raymond join Rebecca Cruise and Suzette Grillot to break down some of today’s biggest issues facing the cybersecurity field. Rebecca Slayton has served as an associate professor of Science and Technology Studies at Cornell University, and a lecturer and junior faculty fellow at Stanford University. She holds a PhD in chemistry from Harvard University, and was the winner of a postdoctoral research grant from the National Science Fo
On this week's show, World Views dives into this week’s NATO summit with a roundtable discussion about the organization’s development and purpose, followed by an interview with Steve Hill, Legal Adviser and Director of the Office of Legal Affairs at NATO. In the first roundtable discussion on World Views @ CIS, Rebecca Cruise and Suzette Grillot discuss the formation and history of NATO, one of the oldest standing international alliances. They'll talk about NATO’s shifting ro
On today’s show, World Views spans the globe in our conversations with Maria Gorete Neto and Andrew Scobell about indigenous language revitalization in Brazil and Chinese foreign policy. Maria Gorete Neto has conducted extensive research addressing indigenous language education in Brazil. She joins us today to discuss indigenous representation in Brazilian politics, ongoing efforts to promote indigenous education and rights, and the historical legacy of Brazil’s colonization.