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Prof. Kristin Yarris’ article featured in Sustainable Development Goals collection

Earth Week 2016: Oxfam Banquet

INTL Professor Galen Martin was a featured speaker at the Oxfam Banquet, held in conjunction with UO’s Earth Week programming.  Check out the article below! http://www.envisionjournalism.com/archives/6159?platform=hootsuite

Public Lecture with Vijay Prashad

Recording of Vijay Prashad’s talk: http://media.uoregon.edu/channel/archives/10978

Assistant Professor Kristin Yarris has a recently-published article co-authored with UO Anthropology and Clark Honors College alumna, Nicolette Dent, in the journal, Global Public Health

Assistant Professor Kristin Yarris has a recently-published article co-authored with UO Anthropology and Clark Honors College alumna, Nicolette Dent, in the journal, Global Public Health      

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. ...

The Arab Uprisings: Five Years Later; Lecture with Prof. Joel Beinin of Stanford, and Prof. Angela Joya of UO

The Arab Uprisings: Five Years Later

Presented by Professor Joel Beinin, Stanford University Professor Angela Joya, University of Oregon

Event Date: Monday, April 18th

Event Location: Lillis Hall, room 282

Event Time: 4 p.m.

RSVP: isp@uoregon.edu

  Joel Beinin is the Donald J. ...

Panel winners of the Graduate Student Research Forum include two IS graduate students !

Two International Studies grad students were winners at Friday’s 7th Annual Graduate Student Research Forum! https://gradschool.uoregon.edu/node/2360 Panel winners, with a $250 prize each, were Lindsay Massara and Tariq Rahman from International Studies for their work on this panel: Crossing ...

International Studies alumna to present at the Public Interest Environmental Law Conference, on March 5th

SATURDAY, March 5 from 10:35 to 11:50 a.m. in the Many Nations Longhouse International Studies alumna Heather Wolford will be presenting at the PIELC Conference (Public Interest Environmental Law Conference) at the UO Law School this coming weekend. During her research for her International Studies ...

“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). ...

Internship Opportunity

This posting is not endorsed by the INTL department, but has been chosen to share with our students and alumni. Job Position: Socio-Economic Sustainable Development Research Internship Location: New York, NY Global Foundation for Democracy and Development (GFDD) is launching its 12-week, ...
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