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  Global Center Home Page    Visiting Scholars    Sheldon Gellar

Visiting Scholar-In-Residence


2002-2003

Sheldon Gellar
Academic Year 2002-2003

Sheldon Gellar is former Senior Research Associate in the Africa Unit of the Harry S. Truman Institute for the Advancement of Peace, Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Dr. Gellar held a joint appointment with Indiana University’s Workshop on Political Theory and Policy Analysis and taught COAS I300: "Globalization: Back to the Future?" while he completed work on a monograph entitled "Tocqueville in Africa: Democracy in Senegal."

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