D-IAS Assistant Professor awarded Visiting Fellowship at Yale University

GREETINGS FROM YALE: James Rogers, D-IAS Assistant Professor within the Centre for War Studies, has spent the last semester as a fellow at Yale University in New Haven in the United States.
James has been a visiting member of the Department of International Security Studies and the Brady-Johnson Program in Grand Strategy – and the stay has been of great value – especially in terms of building relationships, he tells:

It has been a fantastic opportunity to work with the team of fellows and faculty at Yale. I would especially like to thank Professor Paul Kennedy, Professor John Lewis Gaddis, Professor Nuno Monteiro, and Dr. Ian Johnson for welcoming me into the fold. We have built some strong links between Yale and SDU over this period and I look forward hosting a joint Yale-SDU conference in August.

James Rogers and his fellow students at Yale

Yale University Library

The flowering cherry trees at Yale University

In April, James Rogers was briefly back on a short stay in Denmark to do a lecture on drones and future warfare in D-IAS and a TEDx Talk in Odense.

Academic bridges are continuously being built between Yale and SDU, he tells:

We will host a number of Yale scholars back in Odense over the next 12 months and two Yale fellows will be hoping to join SDU through the Marie Curie IF programme. As such, I am sure this is just the start of a great partnership”.

James Rogers will be back in D-IAS at SDU from late July, ready for his expert summer school on:
‘The Future of War’.

You can follow James on Twitter @DrJamesRogers

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