Center for Global Studies

Events

Spring 2008

 

4 June

Conference

Transnational Migration to New Regional Centers: Policy Challenges, Practice, and the Migrant Experience

Woodrow Wilson Center, D.C., 9-5:15pm

 

16 May

Discussion

Accounting for Climate Change in Bilateral Development Aid: A German Perspective

Center for Global Development

Washington, D.C., 10:30-12:00pm

 

6 May

Film Series

The Yacoubian Building

Fairfax Campus

Johnson Center Cinema, 7pm

 

1 May

Discussion

Origins of Human Trafficking in Russia

Arlington Campus

Original Buildin, Room 251, 2pm

 

28 April

Film Series

Meeting Resistance

Fairfax Campus

Johnson Center Cinema, 7pm

 

16-21 April

Music Festival

DC Hip Hop & Peacebuilding Festival

Washington, DC

 

21 April

Film Series

Ecounter Point

Fairfax Campus

Johnson Center Cinema, 7pm

 

17 April

Symposium

Global Gender Justice Symposium: Gender and Human Rights

Fairfax Campus

Johnson Center Cinema, 8:30 - 6:45pm

 

16 April

Conference

Hotspots: Key Issues in Contemporary Globalization Conference

Fairfax Campus

SUB II, Ballroom, 10-5pm

 

9 April

Movie & Panel Discussion

Fiction, Friction, or Fusion? A Critical Examination of Globalization and its Rhetoric

Fairfax Campus

Johnson Center Cinema, 12:30-4:30pm

 

3 April

Book Launch & Panel Discussion

Silencing Civil Society:
Political Violence and the Authoritarian State in Peru

Fairfax Campus

Mason Hall, Room D3, 6pm

 

21 March

CGS Annual Conference

South-South Cooperation and Global Trade: Bypassing the Hegemon?

The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
1779 Massachusetts Ave NW Washington, D.C. , 9-4:30pm

 

20 March 2008

Working Group Meeting

India and Globalization

Fairfax Campus, GMU, Research I Room 92, 12:30pm

 

18 March

Iraq in Fragments, Film Series

Fairfax Campus

Johnson Center Cinema, 7pm

 

21 February

Panel discussion with the India and Globalization Working Group

Location, TBD, 4-6pm

Fairfax Campus

 

12 February

Israel and the Middle Eastern Mud

Ian S. Lustick, Bess W. Heyman Chair of Political Science, University of Pennsylvania
Arlington Campus

Room 555, Truland Bldg. 6pm

 

11 February

Lecture

This Old Chinese House: Traditional Village Architecture and Its Fate Through Revolution and Reform

Concert Hall, Center for the Arts, 8pm
Fairfax Campus

 

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