October 30, 2018
Religion News Service publishes an article by Julia Friedmann (SFS'19), the 2018 Berkley Center-Pulitzer Center international reporting fellow, on the role of religion in the implementation of a 2016 peace deal.
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Julia Friedmann is an undergraduate student in the Walsh School of Foreign Service, class of 2019, majoring in regional and comparative studies with a focus on Latin America and the Middle East. She is also minoring in Spanish and studying to receive a certificate in Jewish civilization. Julia is the 2018 Berkley Center-Pulitzer Center international reporting fellow and spent summer 2018 researching the role of the Catholic Church in the Colombia Peace Accords. Julia also works at the center as a student research assistant for Dr. Shaun Casey, conducting research about the role of religion in international politics.