Thursday, May 16, 2:15-3:15 p.m.
Rayburn House Office Building, Room 2253, Washington, D.C.
This timely briefing will feature the following panelists:
• Carter V. Findley, an expert on Turkey and the modern Middle East, is Humanities Distinguished Professor in the History Department, Ohio State University.
• Alexander Huang, an expert on China and globalization, is Associate Professor of English, International Affairs, Theatre, and East Asian Languages and Literatures, George Washington University.
• Eli Sugarman, a Truman Security Fellow, is Senior Director at Gryphon Partners LLC, an advisory and investment firm that counsels leading international business and non-profit organizations on market entry, dispute avoidance, and strategic communications in Afghanistan, Iraq, and the broader Middle East.
This briefing is sponsored by the National Humanities Alliance in cooperation with the Congressional Humanities Caucus.