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Global & Area Studies|College of Arts and Sciences

Global & Area Studies and Center for Global Studies

Spring Semester 2016 Events

On Campus

January 29th

Graduate Mentoring: M.A Student Re-Orientation
Ross Hall 261, 12:00pm Lunch provided

February 5th

Antoinette DiNapoli, ““The Time Has Come to
Save Our Women”: A Female Religious Leader’s
Feminist Politics as Experimental Hinduism in
North India” Center for Global Studies Faculty
Showcase
Cheney International Center 229, 12:00pm

February 8th

GAST Core Faculty Meeting,
Ross Hall 261, 12:00pm (LA Search)

February 11th

GAST Graduate Admissions Committee
Ross 261, 12:00pm

February 11th

Vassiliki Chryssanthopoulou, University of South
Florida-St. Petersburg, “The Greek crisis in
historical and cultural perspective as seen by the
Greek community of Tarpon Springs, Florida”
co-sponsored with Department of Anthropology,
Berry Center Auditorium, 4:00pm

February 12th

Graduate Mentoring: Global & Area Studies M.A.
Thesis Proposals
Ross Hall 261, 12:00pm-1:30pm

February 17th

GAST Core Faculty Meeting
Ross Hall 261, 12:00pm

February 19th

Center for Global Studies Faculty Showcase TBA
Cheney International Center 229, 12:00pm

February 22nd

2016-17 Visiting Scholar Skype Interviews:
Gary Grappo and Amy Ross
Ross Hall 261, 12:00pm & 1:15pm

February 24th

2016-17 Visiting Scholar Skype Interview:
Lin Todd
Ross Hall 261, 12:00pm

February 24th

Center for Global Studies Symposium on Post-
Paris COP-21 Carbon Policy – Implications, Trends,
and Opportunities for the U.S. and the Globe
Sponsored by the Center for Global Studies and School of Energy Resources in
cooperation with the Center for Law and Energy Resources in the Rockies
and the Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources.
UW Conference Center at the Hilton, Salon D & E, 5:30pm

February 26th

2016-17 Visiting Scholar Skype Interview:
Waleed Hazbun
Ross Hall 261, 12:00pm

February 26th

Mark Jenkins, UW Writer in Residence, World to
Wyoming Series, “Burma Resurrection: An
Expedition Deep Into A Forbidden Land”
Education Auditorium, 7:00pm

March 4th

Center for Global Studies, Human Rights, Justice,
and Ethics Research Cluster Seminar, Dr. Aysegul
Aydin, University of Colorado Boulder “Rebellious
Zones and the Turkish State”
Cheney International Center 229, 12:00pm

March 7th

Global & Area Studies Excellence Speakers Series
Patrick Barron, Asia Foundation” Subnational
Violence: The Dark Underbelly of a Rising Asia”
Room TBA, 6:00pm

March 9th

GAST Core Faculty Meeting
Ross 261, 12:00pm

March 10th

Eduard Paulino, John Jay College/City University
of New York “Bearing Witness to the 1937 Haitian
Massacre: how a diplomatic letter, an activist’s
letter and the internet sparked a movement for
reconciliation and equality”
Venue TBA, 6:00pm

March 28th-29th

Center for Global Studies Wyoming Goes Global
Conference featuring International Research and
Fieldwork Projects by UW faculty and students.
March 28 panels to be held from 12:00pm-7:00pm in Union Ballroom.
March 29 panels on international careers to be held from 8-noon. Venue TBA.
Visits by accepted students in Fall 2016 MA class

March 29th

Bernardo Michael, Messiah College “Separating
the Yam from the Boulder: Statemaking and Space
and the Anglo-Ghorka War of 1814-16”
Co sponsored with the Dept. of History
Venue TBA, 6:00pm

April 1st

Graduate Mentoring: Preparing for Fieldwork
Ross Hall 261, 12:00pm

April 4th

Center for Global Studies “Conversation on
Regulating Carbon in Coal Country and Beyond – Local, National and International Considerations” 
Sponsored by the Center for Global Studies and School of
Energy Resources in cooperation with the Center for Law and
Energy Resources in the Rockies and the Haub School of
Environment and Natural Resources.
Union Family Room, 5:30pm

April 6th

GAST Core Faculty Meeting
Ross 261, 12:00pm

April 8th

Dr. Barbara Logan, Department of History and Ruth
Bjorkenwall, Global and Area Studies, “Mapping
Migration: Contemporary European Policy Debate and
the History of Nation-State Interventions in the
Movement of Labor (Great Britain and Finland)
Center for Global Studies Faculty Showcase
Cheney International Center 229, 12:00pm

April 11th

GAST Sigma Ito Rho initiation and honors
celebration
Union Family Room, 5:30pm

April 11th

Global & Area Studies Excellence Speakers Series
Scott Worden, Director of Lessons Learned
Program, Special Inspector General for
Afghanistan Reconstruction, US Government,
“Reflections on US Support for Reconstruction
Initiatives in Post-Conflict Elections, Reconciliation
and Rule of Law”
Venue TBA, 12:00pm

April 15th

Center for Global Studies Faculty Showcase:
Andrew Price-Smith, Colorado College, “Oil, Illiberalism and War”
Cheney International Center 229, 12:00pm

April 25th

Global & Area Studies Excellence Speakers Series
Menaka Guruswany, Supreme Court of India,
“Constitutionalism of the Global South:
Reflections from Constitution-Making in India,
Pakistan and Nepal”
Venue TBA, 6:00pm

May 4th

GAST Core Faculty Meeting
Ross 261, 12:00pm

Off Campus

Global & Area Studies Excellence Speakers Series

George Varughese in Torrington TBA

George Varughese in Cheyenne TBA

Center for Global Studies

March 1st

Mark Jenkins World to Wyoming “Burma Resurrection: An Expedition Deep Into A Forbidden Land”
Gillette College Auditorium, 7:00pm

March 2nd

Mark Jenkins World to Wyoming “Burma Resurrection: An Expedition Deep Into A Forbidden Land”
Sheridan Junior High School Auditorium, 7:00pm

March 3rd

Mark Jenkins World to Wyoming “Burma Resurrection: An Expedition Deep Into A Forbidden Land”
Northwest College in Powell Yellowstone Building, 7:00pm

March 3rd

What in the World? Student International Studies Fieldwork presentations
Sheridan Fulmer Library Inner Circle, 6:00pm

March 4th

Mark Jenkins World to Wyoming “Burma Resurrection: An Expedition Deep Into A Forbidden Land”
Cody at Buffalo Bill Center of the West Coe Auditorium, 6:00pm

March 5th

What in the World? Student International Studies Fieldwork presentations
Cody at the Park County Library Grizzly Hall, 1:00pm

March 6th

What in the World? Student International Studies Fieldwork presentations 
Wildlife Museum auditorium in Jackson, 4:00pm

Mark Jenkins World to Wyoming “Burma Resurrection: An Expedition Deep Into A Forbidden Land”
Wildlife Museum in Jackson, 5:30pm

 

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