Of all the activities it supports, perhaps the Mershon Center for International Security Studies is best known for its large array and wide variety of events. These include lecture series that bring in distinguished scholars, interdisciplinary conferences and workshops, and seminars for graduate and undergraduate students.
In this area, you can find out more about the lectures, conference and workshops sponsored by the Mershon Center in academic year 2006-07. The events are listed in the monthly calendar links to the left. Each monthly grid shows the events scheduled for that month; for more information, along with video archives of most events, please click on the links in the calendar grid.
For printable calendars of events, please see each quarter's newsletter under Publications.
Daniel Deudney, associate professor
of political science at Johns Hopkins University, spoke
at the Mershon Center for International Security Studies
in Spring 2006 about his book Bounding Power: Republican
Security Theory from the Polis to the Global Village.