Speakers & Events

Upcoming Events

2018

  • Jessica Graham (Assistant Professor at University of California, San Diego) will present “Black Internationalism in Brazil in the 1930s” at noon, October 31st. Sponsored by INTS and SUA.

Previous Events

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2015

2014

  • Fredy Peccerrelli (Fundacion de Antropologia Forense de Guatemala), “The Forensic Anthropology Foundation of Guatemala and its Search for the Disappeared” (23 September 2014)
  • David A Shirk (University of San Diego), “The Drug War in Mexico” (10 September 2014)
  • Ya-Chung Chuang (National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan), “Talking Democracy: From Normalized Political Process to Politicized Everyday Life in Post-Authoritarian Taiwan” (16 April 2014)
  • Zachariah Mampilly (Vassar College), “Africa Uprising! Popular Politics and Unarmed Resistance” (11 March 2014)

2013

2012

  • John Hall (Chapman University), “Genocide, Cambodia, and Criminal Accountability” (29 March 2012)
  • Jonathan Lipman (Mount Holyoke College), “Muslims in the People’s Republic of China: Identification and Identity” (16 February 2012)
  • Tova Norlen (The George Washington University), “A Changing Middle East: US and European Perspectives on Israel and its Neighbors”
  • Event: “16th Annual Southern California Brazilian Studies Conference”
  • Event: “Nuclear Disarmament Conference”

2011

2010

  • Luis Argueta: “Screening of Abused: The Postville Raid by Luis Argueta” (co-sponsored with  SBS)
  • John Hall (Chapman University), “The Khmer Rouge Tribunals: A First-Person Perspective
  • Miriam Miranda (Fraternal Black Organization of Honduras), Andres Pavon (Committee for the Defense of Human Rights in Honduras), Angel Antonio Jiminez (Peasant Communities and Cooperatives), and Marcelino Borjas (Universidad Pedagogica Nacional), “Understanding the Social and Political 3-08-2010_ Tohidi FlyerImpact of the 2009 Honduran Coup D’Etat” (co-sponsored with SBS)
  • Aldo Musacchio (Harvard Business School), “Is Brazil Taking Off?”
  • Nicholas Onuf (Florida International University), “Why Theory is Easy, Fun, and Even Sometimes Important”
  • Lise Sedrez (California State University Long Beach), “Local Bay, Global Politics: A History of the Failure to Clean Up Guanabara Bay, Rio de Janeiro”
  • Nayereh Tohidi (California State, Northridge), “Women’s Rights in Islamic Societies” (08 March 2010)

2009

  • Arturo Albizures and Boris Hernandez (Asociacion Comunicarte Guatemala), “Twenty Years of Documenting Community Activism and Historical Memory in Brazil” (co-sponsored with SBS)
  • Event: “International Day of Peace Commemoration: A Screening of Pray the Devil Back to Hell by Abigail Disney and Gini Reticker”

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