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International Relations Professor Delivers Lectures Around the World
by Anndria Flores (B.A. ’12)
When St. Mary’s Professor of International Relations, Larry Hufford, Ph.D., is not teaching, he spends much of his time working with several international peace research and peace education organizations. His international involvement and expertise has resulted in invitations from universities around the world, inviting Hufford to deliver lectures.
In past years, Hufford has been invited to lecture ...