Women and War

The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study offers April events in Washington, D.C., and New York City that high-light women’s roles in times of war.

The April 10 panel discussion at the United States Institute for Peace in Washington is cosponsored by Women In International Security. A reception at 6:30 p.m. precedes the discussion. Jennifer Leaning ’67, professor of the practice of international health and senior adviser in international and policy studies at the institute, moderates the event; panelists include U.S. Army colonel Elspeth Cameron Ritchie ’80 and Linda Bishai ’86, program officer, United States Institute of Peace.

The April 26 event at the Harvard Club of New York City, at 7 p.m., features Margaret Stock ’85, associate professor of law at West Point, among others.

Reserve seats by April 3 and April 19, respectively. For details and registration, e-mail the institute at [email protected], or call 1-888-RAD-ALUM.

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