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Martha Crenshaw, Center for International Security, Stanford University
Knight Auditorium, Spurlock Museum, 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana (map)
Program in Arms Control, Disarmament, and International Security, Center for Advanced Study, Center for East Asian and Pacific Studies, Center for Global Studies, Center for South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, Department of Geography, Department of Political Science, Department of Psychology, Department of Sociology, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, European Union Center, Military Education Center, Spurlock Museum, University YMCA, Women and Gender in Global Perspectives Program
NOTE: This talk has been cancelled due to the weather
Martha Crenshaw brings over three decades of scholarship and public service to an understanding of terrorism and why the United States is a target. She has been heralded for her detailed knowledge of the inside workings of terrorist organizations and her deep understanding of earlier counter-terrorist campaigns. This lecture will focus on her current research into the varied responses of governments to terrorist attacks and an evaluation of their effectiveness.
This event is free and open to the public.