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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 ...

LUNCH TALK: Women Reform in Guatemala

The Uneven Impacts of Violence against Women Reforms in Guatemala:

Intersecting Inequalities and the Patchwork State

Presented by Erin Beck, Associate Professor, Political Science, University of Oregon May 10, 2019 at 12 pm in PLC 348 Description: In 2008, Guatemala passed one of the most ...

International Conflict Analysis – LUNCH TALK with Ian Campbell

International Conflict Analysis: Exploring Intergroup Narratives from Ramla to Giza Join us for the upcoming Lunch Talk with Ian Campbell on Friday, April  26 at 12 p.m. in PLC 348 and learn about a year’s worth of research and experience in Israel, Palestinian territories and Eygpt. Ian ...

Food Sovereignty in Practice – LUNCH TALK with Michelle Nikfarjam

Join us for the upcoming Lunch Talk with Michelle Nikfarjam on Friday, March 15 at 12 p.m. in PLC 348 for a discussion about her research and experiences surrounding modern day Food Sovereignty in India. INTL Lunch Talks are Free and Open to the public. Coffee and light snacks will be provided.

Duck Gifts for Pakistani Orphanage: Anita Weiss and UO Duck Store team up!

This winter the INTL Professor Anita Weiss worked with the UO Duck Store to bring a bounty of presents for young orphans from the streets of Peshawar Pakistan who have since found home in the ZamungKor Orphanage for boys. After being invited by a friend, Imtiaz, who volunteers at the ...

Immigrant Communities and the Public Charge Rule

Originally Published on www.anthropology-news.org by Sarah Horton, Whitney Duncan, and Kristin Yarris

Anthropologists must trace the ripple effects of fear that impede health service use.

One crisp January afternoon one of us (Sarah) sat in the living room of Guadalupe, an immigrant farmworker in ...

Professor Anita Weiss interviewed on France 24 TV

International Studies Professor Anita Weiss spoke in a France 24 TV interview on July 26, providing context to the recent Pakistani election, in which Imran Khan appears set to be the new prime minister (though vote counting continues). Weiss said, “He really has the military behind him; he is ...
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