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“Oleg’s Choice” offers unique and riveting embedded footage from the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war in the Donbas. The film is a rare immersion into the private lives and thoughts of two...Read More »
TALK: International journalist and documentary filmmaker Elena Volochine will speak about propaganda and the war on media.
Media School, Franklin Hall Commons
Filmmaker Elena Volochine, who co-directed “Oleg’s Choice,” will speak about propaganda and the war on media, as part of the "Documenting Russia" film series. Volochine is an interna...Read More »
The CFR Academic Conference Call series provides a forum for students to interact with leading experts on foreign policy issues. On Wednesday, November 28 Elizabeth C. Economy, the C.V. Starr Senior F...Read More »
Prof. Megumi Naoi (UC San Diego; political science) will be offering a talk tentatively titled “U.S.-Japan Economic Frictions in the ‘Trump Era’: Beyond TPP?”. Prof. Naoi&rsquo...Read More »
This book-related event will include a talk with introductory remarks by László Borhi and light refreshments.
The topic of the main talk is the postwar history of Eastern E...Read More »
Dr. Marvin Sterling presents "The Postcolonial Regime of Human Rights: Social Justice Activism in Jamaica”
Global and International Studies Building GA 3067
Global Studies Positioning Series, Brownbag Lectures
Bring your perspective! Light refreshments provided.
Through ethnographically situating the discourse and practice of ...Read More »
SGIS / GA 4067
This book-related talk will explore study the little-known history of the Hungarian Autonomous Region (HAR), a Soviet-style territorial autonomy that was granted in Romania on Stalin’s personal...Read More »
What happens when internationalist communism comes in contact with long-standing ethnic issues? The talk explores the history of the Hungarian Autonomous Region (HAR), a Soviet-style territorial ...Read More »
Hayley Froysland: “A ‘Degenerate’ Race?: Charity, Morality, and Public Health Reforms in Colombia’s Quest to Progress, 1883-1930.”
In the 1880s, medical, political, and intellectual elites in Colombia became increasingly preoccupied about the degeneración de la raza, the degeneration of the [Colombian] race, ...Read More »
Woodburn Hall 200 (Social Science Resource Commons)
Maris Riekstins is a Latvian politician and diplomat. In this telebridge discussion, Riekstins will discuss Baltic/West-Russian relations in the area of security policy as well as the nature of a care...Read More »
This presentation will discuss the recent economic developments and outlook for East Asia, as well as challenges and opportunities for the region. In particular, the presentation will cover the potent...Read More »
Have you ever wanted to use your academic knowledge to make a difference in the real world but weren’t sure where to start? This workshop with Prof. Lessie Jo Frazier, Associate Professor of Gen...Read More »
IMU Oak Room
A one day workshop bringing together established scholars and graduate students working on the history and culture of Namibia and South West Africa from a variety of disciplinary perspectives. featuri...Read More »