Center for Global Studies

Events

Spring 2010

 

21 May

Mercatus Center Lecture

Social Change Project Lecture: Matt Ridley

Mercatus Center, Board Room, 12-1:30pm

Arlington Campus

 

19-20 May

Conference

La Transcendencia del Jucio a Fujimori para la Lucha contra la Impunidad en el Peru y el Mundo

Centro de Convenciones del Colegio Medico del Peru

Lima, Peru

 

3 May

TraCCC Conference

The Crime-Terror Nexus: Perspectives and Lessons Learned from International Researchers and Practitioners

School of Public Policy, Room 329, 9:00-4:30pm

Arlington Campus

 

29 April

Film Screening & Discussion

Who Am I?

Johnson Center Cinema, 1:30pm

Fairfax Campus

 

26 April

Film Screening & Discussion

New Year Baby

Johnson Center Cinema, 7:30pm

Fairfax Campus

 

1 April

Lecture

Global Landscapes of Feeling in South Indian Cinema

Johnson Center, 3rd floor Meeting Room C, 4:30-6:00pm

Fairfax Campus

 

25 March

School of Public Policy Seminar

Evolution of the World Economy and Global Power

Original Building, Room 245, 12:00pm

Arlington Campus

 

23 March

Film Screening

Crude—the Real Price of Oil

JC Cinema, 7:30-10:30pm

Fairfax Campus

For official film site, click here

 

23 March

Lecture

Telling Stories, Crafting Identities: Dalit Rights Contention and Religious Conversion in the Age of Globalization

Johnson Center, 3rd floor Meeting Room C, 4:30-6:00pm

Fairfax Campus

 

18 March

Conference

The New South-South Dynamic in Global Affairs: A Changing World Order?

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Washington, DC

 

4 March

Film Series

Witness to Truth - A Video Report and Recommendations from the Sierra Leone Truth and Reconciliation Commission

Student Union Building II, Ballroom 2,3, 7:30-10:30pm

Fairfax Campus

 

25-26 February

Conference

Criminal Networks, Smuggling and WMD

School of Public Policy, Room 244 and 329

Arlington Campus

 

25 February

Lecture

Where Nerds Are Normal: Discipline and Resistance in Indian Secondary Schools

Johnson Center, 3rd floor Meeting Room G, 12:00-1:30pm

Fairfax Campus

 

24 February

Lecture

Who Will Build the Ark? Global Futures and Climate Change

Johnson Center Cinema, 4:30-6:30pm

Fairfax Campus

 

23 February

Film series & Panel Discussion

The Reckoning-The Battle for the International Criminal Court

Mason Hall, Meese Conference Room, 4:30pm-7:30pm

Fairfax Campus

 

11 February

Lecture

Collusions and Collisions: Trade Policy and State-Civil Society Interactions in India

Johnson Center, 3rd floor meeting room C, 4:30-6:00pm

Fairfax Campus

 

8 January

Book launch

Shadow Elite: How the World's New Power Brokers Undermine Democracy, Government, and the Free Market

Politics and Prose , 7pm

Washington, DC

 

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