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INTL Lunch Talk Jan 17 – A Dialogue with Kay Jackson Freeman

Kay Jackson Freeman is a seasoned development professional with more than 30 years of experience with the Agency for International Development (USAID).  She most recently served as USAID’s Senior Development Advisor for Yemen, based in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.  She has a TOP SECRET/SCI security ...

INTL Lunch Talk Jan 31 – The Edifice Complex with Phil Scher

The Edifice Complex: Historic Preservation, Museums and the Challenge of Ontological Security in Barbados January 31, 2020 12 – 1 p.m. PLC 348 This talk asks the question:  how do we understand the relationship of a community to any aspect of its immediate environment and at what point does ...

Indigenous Rights and Environmental Justice in Bolivia

INTL faculty, Dr. Derrick Hindery leads a summer study abroad focusing on  Indigenous Rights & Environmental Justice in Bolivia. Students learn from indigenous peoples themselves and look at a range of lenses through which indigenous peoples and other actors view the environment. This program ...

INTL Lunch Talk Dec. 6 – Academic Podcasting: Process and Practice

Academic Podcasting: Process and Practice December 6, 2019 12 – 1 p.m. | 348 PLC In this lunch talk, Dr. Weaver will describe the content and process associated with her podcast project Speaking of Race (www.speakingofrace.ua.edu). She will also discuss the benefits and drawbacks of podcasting as ...

INTL Lunch Talk Nov. 22 – Constructing Modes of Response: The Recognition of Jerusalem

Constructing Modes of Response: The Recognition of Jerusalem: International Conflict Analysis November 22, 2019 12 – 1 p.m. | 348 PLC President Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel elicited a variety of responses across social media from the Palestinian community. This lunch ...

INTL Lunch Talk Nov. 8 – SUPPORTING INDIGENOUS RIGHTS & ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE IN BOLIVIA

SUPPORTING INDIGENOUS RIGHTS & ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE IN BOLIVIA: Meaningful Connections and Collaboration November 8, 2019 12 – 1 p.m. | 348 PLC Discussion will be led by a student panel made up of returning students from the Summer 2019 GEO Study Abroad Program “Indigenous Rights & ...

LUNCH TALK: Just a Little Salty

International Studies M.A. student, Alyssa Sperry will talk about her M.A. research into the salt industry in Jamaica. Alyssa began her research as an undergraduate student, and submitted it as her honors thesis project. Now, a graduate student in the International Studies program, Alyssa continues ...

INTL Faculty – Hosts UO Authors Book Talk

Date: November 6, 2019, 5 P.M. Author: Kristin Yarris, Associate Professor in International Studies Book: Care Across Generations: Solidarity and Sacrifice in Transnational Families  Description: Care Across Generations takes a close look at grandmother care in Nicaraguan transnational ...

Join the International Studies Community for the last INTL Lunch Talk of the academic year on Friday, June 7 @ 12 p.m. in PLC 348. Perspective on Non Profit Humanitarian Aid and US Policy Presented by Jess Sumner, Undergraduate in International Studies and Political Science. Sumner will lead a ...

LUNCH TALK: The ‘Parry Report’ (1965)

Join the International Studies Community for a discussion on the INTL Lunch Talk Friday, May 24 @ 12 p.m. in PLC 348 The ‘Parry Report’ (1965) and the Establishment of Latin American Studies in the United Kingdom Presented by Dr. Gabe Paquette, Dean of Robert D. Clark Honors College and ...
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