In 1965 Ambassador Edmund Gullion, Dean of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy coined the term “public diplomacy” and declared it worthy of academic study. The Edward R. Murrow Center for Public Diplomacy was established. It is named after a distinguished broadcast journalist Edward R. Murrow. The center was created “as a memorial to the man whose distinguished reporting and analysis of world news and imaginative leadership of the USIA set a standard of excellence in the field”.
Since then schools of international affairs, communication, and other academic institutions have offered courses in public diplomacy and public diplomacy related fields. These courses have multiplied at universities in the United States and around the world. Many PDC members teach these courses and conduct research. This Academic Study section is designed with three overarching goals:
1. Provide resources for professors teaching courses in public diplomacy and related fields;
2. Provide access to resources for students of public diplomacy;
3. Showcase the work of PDC members by maintaining a bibliography of books, articles, and academic studies authored by PDC members.
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More information regarding the following resources are available on this website:
Hans “Tom” Tuch PDC Graduate Fellowship
Resources Compiled by Bruce Gregory
Selected Syllabi Created by PDC Members
Selected Publications Authored by PDC Members
Selected University Programs in Public Diplomacy
Selected Publications authored by PDC members
To be collected and updated.
Selected University Programs in Public Diplomacy in the United States
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American University (School of International Service), Washington, DC
Columbia University, School of International and Public Affairs, New York City, NY
Georgetown University (School of Foreign Service), Washington, DC
Harvard University (Kennedy School of Government), Cambridge, MA
Yale University (Jackson Institute for Global Affairs) New Haven, CT
International PD Programs
Beijing Foreign Studies University, Beijing, China
Clingendael, Netherlands Institute of International Relations, The Hague, Netherlands
Diplo Foundation, Malta
Kyoto University of Foreign Studies, Kyoto, Japan
University of Leiden, Leiden, Netherlands