Anna Lindh Professorship at Harvard
Harvard University has named an endowed professorship in global leadership and public policy in memory of the late Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh.
It’s the first time a professorship has been named after a Swede. Among those funding the endowment are the Ericsson company and the Swedish Central Bank.
The faculty position is at the university’s Kennedy School of Government, and the first to hold the seat is Samantha Power, who is already at the Kennedy School, and who won the Pullitzer Prize in 2003 for her book “A Problem from Hell: America and the Age of Genocide”.