All posts by Andrea Schneider

CJCR Symposium on Hybrid Warfare–In Print and Online!

I am delighted to link to the most recent issue of the Cardozo Journal on Conflict Resolution here. We hosted this terrific event last fall and are happy to have this wonderful slate of articles and authors as the product. The table of contents is below: Much appreciation to all of our speakers, authors and … Continue reading CJCR Symposium on Hybrid Warfare–In Print and Online!

I might be wrong but…here’s a few articles on gender from the summer

Last Monday, Adam Grant published an interesting article in the NYT, discussing how using weak language “I might be wrong” or “I hope” and disclaimers like these might help women in negotiations.  In multiple experiments, women who used this kind of “hedging” language were deemed more likely to be hired and more likely to get … Continue reading I might be wrong but…here’s a few articles on gender from the summer

CJCR Int’l Advocate for Peace Award to Gloria Steinem Videos

Hi everyone!  I am delighted to share the video from our wonderful event last month.  There is both a highlight reel and the whole video for your viewing pleasure.  She talks about her role as a facilitator, activist, and feminist and I know I will be using clips from this in class.  It was quite … Continue reading CJCR Int’l Advocate for Peace Award to Gloria Steinem Videos

Ambassador Katherine Tai–and the (Sexist Racist) Assumptions About Negotiation Skills

I am delighted to link to Bob Bordone’s analysis of a viral exchange earlier this month between USTR Ambassador Katherine Tai and U.S. Congressman Greg Murphy (R-NC).   Short take:  Murphy calls Tai “too nice” to be an effective negotiator, highlighting outdated and incorrect gender and racial tropes.  Moreover, the Congressman is both wrong on the facts … Continue reading Ambassador Katherine Tai–and the (Sexist Racist) Assumptions About Negotiation Skills