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Dear Alumni,

Could we please ask for your help? As you will no doubt remember, students are very often more than a little concerned about what comes next. I would like to have information on our web page about what some of our grads have done after they graduated. If you could possibly send us a description of what you have done since you left Marquette -- as much or as little as you like -- we would be very grateful.

Besides, I would truly enjoy hearing from you.

Thanks,

Dr. McCormick

This is a work in progress, stay tuned!!!


Student Conference Presentations, Publications, Grants

Lillian Figg-Franzoi (INIA 2011), "Maslahat, the State and the People: Opium Use in the Islamic Republic of Iran," Crime, Law and Social Change (published online August 2011; hard copy to follow).

Hannah Carrigg (INIA 2008), "Prostitution Regimes in the Netherlands and Sweden: Their Impact on the Trafficking of Women and Children in Illicit Sex Industries,"Monitor: Journal of international Studies, 14, 1 (Fall 2008): 6-15.

Marc Dettman (INIA 2007), et al., Mapping South Africa's Water Services at the Local Level, Centre for Applied Legal Studies, Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions, Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, 20 May 2008.

The Complexity of Human Trafficking: International Affairs Major Capstone Seminar Project (Center for Transnational Justice, 2008). Center publication based on a selection of student papers completed for the INIA Capstone Seminar on Human Trafficking, spring semester 2007. Copies available from Dr. Friman


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Interdisciplinary Major in
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If you have questions or are interested in declaring an Interdisciplinary Major in International Affairs, please contact Dr. H. Richard Friman at (414) 288-5991 or by emailing h.r.friman@marquette.edu.