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UO Public Impact Fellowship Winner – Joze Moreno Pelayo

International Studies master’s student, Joze Moreno Pelayo won the University of Oregon Public Impact Fellowship last year – a $6000 award, which gave Joze the opportunity to travel to Lebanon last summer to conduct his research. An in-depth profile on Joze and his research is currently ...

Professor Stephen Wooten’s research and teaching on food and culture is featured in Eat This Podcast and on Vimeo

This week, a society where to eat alone is unthinkable, where women and men share the responsibility of feeding the community, and where each cook takes a turn to prepare food for all. Mali in West Africa, where Stephen Wooten has been working with the Bamana people since the early 1990s. ...

“Interpreting Islam, Modernity and Women’s Rights in Pakistan”

International Studies Department Head, Dr. Anita Weiss was recently interviewed by Dr. SherAli Tareen for his series on new books in Islamic Studies, about her recent book “Interpreting Islam, Modernity and Women’s Rights in Pakistan” (Palgrave Macmillan 2014; Orient Blackswan India, 2015). ...

INTL Profs. Angela Joya and Anita Weiss to participate as panelists for “Global Perspectives on the November 13 Terrorist Attacks on Paris: A Panel Discussion”

“Global Perspectives on the November 13 Terrorist Attacks on Paris: A Panel Discussion” will provide an academic forum for sharing of information and informed reflection in response to the recent terror events. It will take place in the EMU Ballroom from noon – 2 p.m. on December 3. Panelists ...

INTL Assistant Prof. Angela Joya contributes to a roundtable on refugee crisis

Featured on Jadaliyya.com Read more by visiting the link below-

Roundtable On Refugee Crisis: Historical Legacies, Political Context, and Legal Mechanisms

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UO delegation to Karakorum International University in Gilgit, Pakistan

UO delegation to Karakorum International University in Gilgit, Pakistan, crossing Attabad Lake in Hunza. Formed on January 4, 2010 from a massive landslide in the Karakorum mountains, the lake submerged entire villages as well as a portion of the Chinese-built Karakorum highway (KKH). Ducks ...

INTL Faculty Member Angela Joya featured in CAS Magazine

“How can ISIS happen? Middle East expert looks through the lens of political economy” Read it here! Joya CAS Article

INTL professors to participate in Globalization, Gender and Development Conference at the UO in October 2014

International Studies Professors Yvonne Braun, Anita Weiss and Kristin Yarris will be participating in the Globalization, Gender and Development Conference at the UO on October 23-24, 2014.   Please visit the conference website for more information including schedule of events, keynote speakers ...

INTL Professor Kristin Yarris summer research in Central America

Read about Prof. Kristin Yarris and her research on Central American immigrants, featured on Around the O! http://around.uoregon.edu/content/flood-central-american-immigrants-focus-uo-researcher    

INTL Faculty Adventures Abroad- Galen Martin

INTL Faculty Galen Martin & family enjoying the view in the Chianti Region of Tuscany, Italy From the Tuscany Region in Italy View from the top of St. Peter’s
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