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The CCE Network

The CCE Network
Bard's global network of partner institutions, programs, and exchanges reflects the innovative and entrepreneurial spirit of Bard College. The Center for Civic Engagement is committed to advancing the ideals of an innovative, hands-on liberal arts education through myriad opportunities across the globe. Bard offers dual-degree partnerships, international student exchanges, and numerous educational reform programs in the United States. Each program or partnership within the CCE network is shaped by Bard's educational vision, but maintains its own identity and autonomy.

Our Academic and Affiliate Programs

Bard Global NetworkEarly College New Orleans, LAMAT Los Angeles, CASmolny College, St. Petersburg, RussiaBard College Berlin, Berlin, GermanyCentral European University, Budapest, HungaryEuropean Humanities University, Vilnius, LithuaniaAl-Quds Bard Partnership, Palestine, Bard College at Simon's RockBard Globalization and International Affairs Program, New York, NYBard High School Early College, New York, NY and Newark, NJBard MAT Urban Residency Program, New York, NYAnnandale AffiliatesBHSEC Newark

Our Annandale Affiliates

The Hannah Arendt Center for Politics and Humanities
The Hannah Arendt Center for Politics and the Humanities is a home for engaged and worldly thinking that elevates democratic discourse.

Human Rights Project
The Human Rights Project (HRP) enables students to learn about and engage in the contemporary human rights movement.

Institute for International Liberal Education
The mission of the Institute for International Liberal Education (IILE) is to advance the theory and practice of international liberal arts education.

Institute for Writing and Thinking
The Institute for Writing and Thinking (IWT) brings together secondary and college teachers for workshops, conferences, and on-site consulting.


Walter Russell Mead

Walter Russell Mead

Walter Russell Mead is the James Clarke Chace Professor of Foreign Affairs and the Humanities at Bard College and editor-at-large of The American Interest. He is the author of several books, including God and Gold: Britain, America, and the Making of the Modern World (2008). He is a contributing editor to and writer on international affairs for prominent national publications.
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