January 28, 2010
Tufts University Art Gallery | 5:30pm8:00pm

Photographs by VII

MEDFORD, MA – The Tufts University Art Gallery, Tufts’ Institute for Global Leadership, and VII Photo Agency proudly present Questions Without Answers, a major photography exhibition on view at the Tufts University Art Gallery from January 21 through April 4, 2010.

A public opening reception, featuring remarks by several featured photographers, takes place on January 28. Questions Without Answers presents photographs from the renowned VII Photo Agency depicting defining events of the post-Cold War period and their aftermaths, from the Fall of the Berlin Wall and September 11, 2001, to Iraq and Afghanistan, The Balkans and Congo, Chechnya and Gaza, among others.


The schedule of events for the opening is as follows:

5:30-8pm - Public Opening Reception
6:00pm    - Piano Performance of "Silver" composed for the IGL's 25th Anniversary by Professor of Music John McDonald
6:30pm    - Remarks by VII photographers

September 29, 2009
Tufts University Campus | Barnum 008 | 8:00pm

Amb. William Luers

 Listen to an MP3 of the Ambassador's talk
(09292009_william_luers_edit.MP3  | Audio File - 22.8 MB)

Ambassador William Luers is a 31-year veteran of the US Foreign Service and the former President of the United Nations Association of the USA (UNA-USA). He served as US Ambassador to Czechoslovakia (1983-1986) and Venezuela (1978- 1982) and held numerous posts in Italy, Germany, the Soviet Union, and in the Department of State, where he was the Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Europe (1977-1978) and for Inter-American Affairs (1975-1977). Amb. Luers has been a visiting lecturer at the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton, at George Washington University in Washington, DC, and at the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University.  Amb. Luers is also the former President of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. 


His areas of expertise include: US Foreign Policy and International Affairs, The United Nations, Russia and Eastern Europe, Latin America, US and Iran, and International Cultural Relations. 

In a collaboration between the Project on Justice in Times of Transition, the Institute for Global Leadership, and the Ex-
perimental College, Amb. Luers is teaching a course at Tufts this semester on “Talking with the Enemy.” 


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The mission of the IGL is to prepare new generations of critical thinkers for effective and ethical leadership, ready to act as global citizens in addressing international and national issues across cultures. In 2005, the IGL was named a distinctive, cross-school program of the University. The Institute emphasizes rigorous academic preparation and experiential learning. Students learn through intensive engagement in classes, global research, internships, workshops, simulations and international symposia - all involving national and international leaders from the public and private sectors.

PNDP Burma Gallery Opening

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