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27 Feb  2024
10:00 AM
Netanyahu vs The Generals: The Battle for Israel’s Future
Book Talks

Netanyahu vs The Generals: The Battle for Israel’s Future

On Tuesday, February 27th, Dr. Guy Ziv from American University will discuss his new book, which explores the mutual distrust and intense disagreements between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the Israeli security community.

27 Feb  2024
12:00 PM
Ruling the “Savage” Periphery: The strange history of frontier governmentality
27 Feb  2024
1:00 PM
Of Light and Struggle: Social Justice, Human Rights, and Accountability in Uruguay
27 Feb  2024
4:00 PM
Are Russians Resisting Putin? What Russian Court Data Says About the Scale of Repression Under Putin

Are Russians Resisting Putin? What Russian Court Data Says About the Scale of Repression Under Putin

Russian journalist in exile, Roman Badanin, on repression under Putin and the Russian media landscape under Putin in conversation with Professor Daniel Treisman

27 Feb  2024
4:30 PM
Race and Migration in the Transpacific - Book Talk
27 Feb  2024
5:30 PM
Israel and the Middle East after the October 7th Massacre: Threats, Challenges, and Hopes

Israel and the Middle East after the October 7th Massacre: Threats, Challenges, and Hopes

Join us on Tuesday, February 27th, for an online talk by Tzipi Livni—former Israeli Foreign Minister, Vice Prime Minister, Minister of Justice, and leader of the opposition. As a longtime Israeli politician and diplomat, Livni will provide her unique perspective on the future of Israel and the Middle East region.

28 Feb  2024
12:15 PM
Cooperating for the Climate
28 Feb  2024
12:30 PM
Finding Community Abroad

Finding Community Abroad

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29 Feb  2024
TBA
“Some Will Say I’m Too Small” Education and the Politics of Inclusion for Young Women in Sierra Leone

“Some Will Say I’m Too Small” Education and the Politics of Inclusion for Young Women in Sierra Leone

Dr. Christiana Kallon Kelly draws on ethnographic evidence from Sierra Leone to discuss the limits and possibilities of secondary schooling for young women in Africa. This talk is part of the the Cultural, Power, and Social Change (CPSC) seminar series hosted by the Department of Anthropology and is co-sponsored by the African Studies Center.

29 Feb  2024
11:00 AM
Through 'Inkigayo': The Evolution of Korean Music Shows Alongside K-pop
Colloquium

Through 'Inkigayo': The Evolution of Korean Music Shows Alongside K-pop

Seungho Ryu, Entertainment Program Producer, Seoul Broadcasting System (SBS)

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Are Russians Resisting Putin? What Russian Court Data Says About the Scale of Repression Under Putin

Russian journalist in exile, Roman Badanin, on repression under Putin and the Russian media landscape......

Tuesday, February 27, 2024
4:00 PM

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Migration and Citizenship Policy in Asia

Mini-Conference on Migration and Citizenship Policy in Asia...

Friday, March 1, 2024
2:00 PM