In Fall 2016, our campus is packed with opportunities for global learning both inside and outside of class. The full list of CGAS's upcoming events can be found on our calendar below. Please check back as we will be adding details and events later this summer.
We are proud to support the Latin American & Iberian Studies Fall 2016 Lecture Series with events on October 5th, October 27th, and November 4th. Look for details soon!
Asian Studies presents John Ciorciari on "American Distance and Chinese Influence in Mainland Southeast Asia". A flyer with details is available for download here.
European Studies will host Charles King on "Europe, Turkey, and the Age of the Refugee: What the Past Can Teach Us About the Present Crisis". Learn more about this important lecture here.
Other upcoming events include Bernd Kortlander on "Poet Unknown: The Expulsion of Heinrich Heine from German Literature" on October 4th; and a panel discussion on "Asia in the US Presidential Election" on October 18th. Flyers will be posted with details shortly.
The Fall 2015 lecture series Diaspora & Transnationalisms included a talk by North Carolina State University's Akram Khater on October 14th. Articles on UDaily and The Review give details of Dr. Khater's lecture and video of his presentation is available on the CAS YouTube channel.
"Left Turns, Right Reactions in Latin America" - A lecture by Kent Eaton on the leftist outcomes of recent elections in Latin America. Monday October 26, 2015. This lecture was featured in UDaily.
"The Current Refugee Crisis in Europe" - A Faculty Roundtable Discussion on Europe's Humanitarian Challenge. Tuesday November 10th, 2015. More information here.
"The Enlightened Monarchy: The Habsburg Empire and the European Restoration, 1815-1848" - The European Studies Program presented Franz Leander Fillafer of the European University Institute in Florence, Italy. Thursday December 3, 2015.
Asian Studies presented several lectures on Environmental Change in Asia in April 2016.
All Area Studies programs held events in the Center's Global April month.
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