Citizen Diplomacy: A Foreign Service Institute Workshop
Dorothy Rogers Mayhew, a member of the U.S. Department of State and an instructor at the Foreign Policy Institute, will lead a class in basic diplomacy skills with a particular focus on how to apply these skills in our lives as citizens. Ms. Rogers is a seasoned Foreign Service official, having served as the Consular and Economic Officer in nation of Georgia and then, as sole Economic Officer in the American Embassy in New Zealand. She is currently an instructor for the State Department’s Foreign Policy Institute in Washington DC. She is responsible for teaching new Foreign Service officers, prior to their first assignments abroad.
This program is part of Diplomacy: Then and Now, a series that examines the history of some of the country’s biggest diplomatic efforts and explores the importance of diplomacy in today’s world. Diplomacy: Then and Now is presented by The Fells Historic Estate and Gardens and funded by a New Hampshire Humanities Community Project Grant.
Stumping for Lincoln: John Hay's Mission to Florida
Teddy Roosevelt's Nobel Prize: New Hampshire and the Portsmouth Peace Treaty
Film and Discussion: "American Experience: Panama Canal"
Getting to Know You: Diplomats and Intelligence Gathering in the Anglo-American World during the Civil War
John Hay: Diplomacy in the Era of American Imperialism
Panama Treaty Negotiation Simulations
Intergenerational Model UN Conference