Center for Global Studies

Events

Fall 2008

 

4 December
Seminar
The Emigration State: Labor Export as Development Policy?"
Original Building, Room 269, from 12-1:30 pm
Arlington Campus

 

4 December
Conference
Interdisciplinary Symposium on Oil
Mason Hall, Meese Room, from 1-7pm
Fairfax Campus

 

3 December

Lecture

The Rise of the Security State and Its Use of Gender in the Global Wars on Terror

Lecture Hall 1, 4:30pm

Fairfax Campus

 

18 November
Brown Bag Lunch
Innovation in Telework Policy—Can US Save 500 Million Barrels of Oil a Year?
Original Building, Room 245, from 12-1pm
Arlington Campus

 

11 November
Panel Discussion
Rendering Justice in the War on Terrorism
Johnson Center, Room G 3rd floor, from 12:30-1:30pm
Fairfax Campus

 

28 October

Lecture

US Support for Post-Soviet NGOs: A Sociological Analysis

Student Union Building I, Room A/B, 7:20-10pm

Fairfax Campus

For a summary of the event click here

 

17 October

Panel Discussion

A Symposium on Oil, Innovation, and National Security

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1-4pm
Washington DC

For a summary and photos of the event click here

 

2 October

Conference
Human Rights Tribunals in Latin America: the Trial of Fujimori in Comparative Perspective
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 9-5pm

Washington, DC

 

30 September

Panel Discussion

The Human Rights Movement in Peru: Voices from Civil Society

Johnson Center Cinema, 1:30-2:45pm

Fairfax Campus

 

8 September

Discussion

Can the US Improve its Image Abroad? Evidence from Central Asia

Fairfax Campus

Johnson Center Cinema, 4:30pm

 

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