"It's our task at the Baker Institute and Juniata College to insure that we develop a realism that not only takes account of the world we're living in now, but more importantly, the world we want to live in and can create with commitment and intelligence."
- Dr. James Skelly, Institute Director
In an effort to stimulate the exchange of knowledge and ideas among faculty at Juniata, Baker Institute hosts a series of Integrative Faculty Seminars each semester.
Why do some soldiers say “no”?
An intergenerational dialogue exploring why and how six former U.S. Navy Officers, while on active duty in the late 60’s and early 70’s, drew a line for themselves that they would not cross, and how their stories relate to activism today.
“I was intimidated at the first meeting. I didn’t say a thing. I was scared, because it was all my professors.” Stephanie Farfan had never been involved with an academic committee before—let alone one in which her voice was instrumental
The old Peruvian Quechua people do not think of the past as something that we leave behind, but instead they see it as always being in front of us. To be able to construct the future we have to constantly
On Nov. 5, 2014, the Baker Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies at Juniata College in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, sponsored a lecture by the Israeli academic, Professor Guy Grossman, titled “Reflections on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict: Where Does the Israeli Public Really