“It was like something out of judgment day. Corpses and heads scattered, engulfed by fire and ashes…” This is a quote from Amal Sabri, a resident of Mocha, Yemen, where right now the Yemeni people are experiencing their third year of civil war. Yemen continues to be the site of Read More
As part of the political science department’s ongoing lecture series, a panel made up SMCM’s very own political science professors Susan Grogan and Todd Eberly discuss what it means to be at war. They said that in recent years, there has been a widening “disconnect” between what war is and is not. The U.S. Constitution, Article 1 Section 8, gives the power to declare war to Congress. However, the United States Congress has not declared war since World War II.
This year’s Women, Gender, and Sexuality (WGSX) Colloquium, Women in War: Object/Subject, explored the often tragic use of women to both commit and justify warfare.