Center for Global Studies

Events

 

Spring 2012

 

May 25

SPP Forum: Global Imbalances, Trade and Economic Stability

Room 126, Founders Hall, Arlington Campus

 


May 16-18

The Science of Complexity: Understanding the Global Financial Crisis

Founders Hall, Arlington Campus

 

April 26

BOOK LAUNCH: Free Burma: Transnational Legal Action and Corporate Accountability (University of Minnesota Press)

by John Dale (Associate Professor, Sociology; CGS Associate Faculty Member)
Mason Hall, Meese Room

 

April 25

The Working Group on Music of the Americas presents

New Historical Scholarship on Transnational Popular Music: A Workshop

Johnson Center, Assembly Room B, Fairfax Campus

 

April 24

Human Rights & Global Justice Working Group
Third Annual Global Justice Film Series: Memories of Violence and Resistance presents
"Storm" (Bosnia-Herzegovina)
Research I, Room 163, Fairfax Campus

 

April 18

International Experts to Speak on the World's Water Crisis

Johnson Center Bistro, Fairfax Campus

 

April 17

CGS SPRING CONFERENCE

Arts after Atrocity: Global Human Rights and Local Representations of Violence and Resistance 

Research I, Room 163, Fairfax Campus

 

April 12
Globalization & Society in India Working Group Conference
Charting an alternative imaginary: Re-thinking "progress" for a globalizing India
Johnson Center, Dewberry Hall, Fairfax Campus

 

April 9

Human Rights & Global Justice Working Group
Third Annual Global Justice Film Series: Memories of Violence and Resistance
"West Papua: Journey to Freedom"

Research I, Room 163, Fairfax Campus

 

April 3

Human Rights & Global Justice Working Group
Third Annual Global Justice Film Series: Memories of Violence and Resistance
"Granito" (Guatemala)

Research I, Room 163, Fairfax Campus

 

March 27

Human Rights & Global Justice Working Group
Third Annual Global Justice Film Series: Memories of Violence and Resistance
"Yayzan Lan" (Burma)

Research I, Room 163, Fairfax Campus

 

March 26

BOOK LAUNCH: Beyond the Borderlands: Migration and Belonging in the United States and Mexico (University of California Press)

by Deb Shutika (Associate Professor, Dept of English; CGS Associate Faculty Member)
Available for purchase at Amazon

Mason Hall, Meese Room, Fairfax Campus

 

February 28

Symposium: El Salvador Today: 20 Years After the Peace

Fairfax Campus

 

February 21
Human Rights & Global Justice Working Group
Third Annual Global Justice Film Series: Memories of Violence and Resistance
"Voces Inocentes" (El Salvador)
Fairfax Campus

 

February 16

Protest, Violence, and Contested Memories: Navigating Past and Present Ruptures in Iraq, Russia, and Rwanda

Public Bar, 1214 18th Street NW, Washington DC 20036


February 16

The Mason Global Affairs Student Organization presents:

His Excellency Dr. Riyad H. Mansour

Permanent Observer of Palestine to the United Nations

Fairfax Campus


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