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Center for Global Studies

On and Off Campus CGS Schedule of Events & Partnership Events

Fall 2017

ON CAMPUS

September 8:  Berwyn Kinsey (Discover Medical London), “Myth, Mirrors and Magical Words: Art and the History of Medicine, Berry Center Auditorium, 12 noon

September 8:  CGS 2017 Student Fellows Lightning Talks, Cheney 229, 3-5 p.m.

September 11:  Opening Ceremony and Concert:  “Germany in Europe: The Influence of German composers on European Music” (School of Politics, Public Affairs, and International Studies), Professor John Fadial will present a concert of music penned not only by German composers, but featuring the work of other European musicians, whose styles were influenced by German composers and German culture more generally. As Germany stands as a political leader in Europe today, we will celebrate Germany’s cultural leadership in Europe that has been steadfast and rich for many centuries.

September 15:  “The Future of Germany in Europe” (School of Politics, Public Affairs, and International Studies):  Speech by Profs. Drs. Tanja Börzel and Thomas Risse, Free University Berlin.  A&S 139 at 12:00pm

September 28:  Phi Beta Kappa Speaker Harvard University Professor Stephen Walt, “Is Anyone Accountable?: Foreign Policy and Personal Responsibility,” Education Auditorium, 5:15 p.m.

October 6:  CGS Brownbag Series, Yi-Ling Chen "The Fall & Rise of Social Rental Housing: A comparative Study of East Asia and the Netherlands," Cheney 229, 12 noon.

October 13:  2017 Landscape Discussion on Energy Law and Policy in the Rockies, Marian H. Rochelle Gateway Center, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.  For registration and more information on the conference see:  http://www.uwyo.edu/ser/engagement/events/law-conf-2017.html

9:15 – 10:45 The Future of Energy: Changing Market Forces

Moderator: Dessa Reimer, Holland & Hart

Steve Wisseman – Goldman School of Public Policy, University of California Berkley

Pete Trelenberg – Manager of Economic Policy and Planning, Exxon

Trevor Houser – Partner, Rhodium Group 

Michael Gerrard, Andrew Sabin Professor of Professional Practice at Columbia Law School 

11-12:30 Our Energy Future; Looking Forward While Looking Back  

Patty Limerick – Faculty Director and Chair of the Board of the Center for the American West University of Colorado

Governor Bill Ritter – Director of the Center for the New Energy Economy at Colorado State University  

2:00 – 3:45 Changing Laws and Polices in Trump Administration and Its Impact on the Future of Energy

Moderator: Rebecca Watson, Welborn Sullivan Meck & Tooley

Peter Schaumberg – Principal, Beveridge & Diamond PC  

Michael Freeman – Attorney, EarthJustice 

Robert Ichord – Senior Fellow, Atlantic Council’s Global Energy Center

October 17:  Changing Global Energy Markets, US Foreign Policy, and Wyoming’s Position as an Energy Leader,” A Presentation by Dr. Robert F. Ichord, Jr., Non-Resident Senior Fellow with the Atlantic Council Global Energy Center and former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Energy Innovation, 6 p.m. Berry Center Auditorium.

October 17:  Comparing German and US Forestry Management in the Black Forest and Medicine Bow National Forest:  Different Approaches to the Pine Beetle,” Speech by Stefan Kraemer, Manager of the Forestry Area Edelweiler, Forest Department County of Freudenstadt. 4:15 pm, UW Classroom Building 209. 

October 20:  CGS Brownbag Series, Dr. Marcus Watson (Anthropology), “Development’s Half-Connecting Nature,” Cheney 229, 12 noon.

October 31:  Russian Energy and European Security: Challenges and Policy Implications: A Presentation by Dr. Andreas Goldthau, Professor in International Relations at Royal Holloway University of London, 6 p.m., Berry Center Auditorium.

November 2:  “Mare Nostrum or Solidarity of Inaction? European Union’s Responses to the Unfolding Refugee and Burden-Sharing Crisis“:  Speech by Prof. Emek Uçarer, Bucknell University. Berry Center Auditorium, 5:30 p.m.

November 3:  CGS Brownbag Series, Emek Ucarer, Bucknell University, "European Migration Challenge: An Update," Cheney 229, 12 noon.

November 13:  Mr. Anders Fogh Rasmussen, former General Secretary of NATO and Prime Minister of Denmark, Public talk:  America’s Will to Lead, Transatlantic Relations, and the Future of the US-European Alliance, A&S Auditorium, 5:30 p.m.

November 17:  CGS Brownbag Series, Zoe Pearson "Coca Control Politics in Bolivia," Cheney 229, 12 noon.

 

OFF CAMPUS

World to Wyoming Fall Series with Mark Jenkins, “Tea, Trade and Tyranny: Tibet and China Over Time,” Presentations around Wyoming, September 20-October 5, 2017

Casper, Douglas, Torrington, Cheyenne, Rock Springs, and Lander 

Tibet and China have had a complex relationship for 1500 years. Wars have been fought, treaties signed, then ignored in the next conquest. But there was always trade. In this presentation, National Geographic writer Mark Jenkins takes us on a journey down the forgotten Tea Horse Road. For almost 1000 years there was a stone-paved road that connected Ya’an, the tea-growing capital of Sichuan province, with Lhasa, the 12,000-foot high capital of Tibet. Tea was essential to daily life in Tibet, and China’s feudal kingdoms needed war horses. For centuries China and Tibet were on equal footing, but the ascendency of China in the second half of the 20th century has devastated Tibet and Tibetan culture. With National Geographic images, Jenkins reveals the modern lives of the Tibetans, and the Chinese, and the geopolitics that have always connected them. 

Wednesday, Sept 20 in Casper at the Casper College Wheeler Concert Hall @ 7 p.m

Thursday, Sept 21 in Douglas at Eastern Wyoming College-Douglas campus @ 6 p.m.

Friday, Sept 22 in Torrington at the Eastern Wyoming Fine Arts Auditorium @ 7 p.m.

Wednesday, Sept 27 in Cheyenne at the Laramie County Library Cottonwood Room @ 6 p.m.

Wednesday, Oct 4 in Rock Springs at Western Wyoming College Room 1302 @ 7 p.m.

Thursday, Oct 5 at Lander Valley High School @ 6:30 p.m.

October 16:  CGS-SER Distinguished Lecture:  “Changing Global Energy Markets, US Foreign Policy, and Wyoming’s Position as an Energy Leader,” A Presentation by Dr. Robert F. Ichord, Jr., Non-Resident Senior Fellow with the Atlantic Council Global Energy Center and former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Energy Innovation, Sheridan College Whitney Concert Hall (with simulcast to Gillette College), 6:30-8 p.m., Sheridan, WY

 


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