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    24
    African Feminism Symposium - A "Grotesque Sense of Entitlement": Trump, Zuma and Feminist Activism Against Sexual Assault in the United States and South Africa
    Feb. 24th, 1:00 PM to 2:15 PM
    Mechanical Hall Gallery
    A "Grotesque Sense of Entitlement": Trump, Zuma and Feminist Activism Against Sexual Assault in the United States and South Africa Where: Mechanical Hall Gallery When: Friday, February 24, 1:00 - 2:15 PM Speakers: Gabeba Baderoon, Pennsylvania State University Teresa Barnes, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign A tribute to Professor Elaine Salo, great South African feminist scholar, activist, and professor at the University of Delaware Sponsored by African Studies Program, Center for Global and Area Studies, Department of Women and Gender Studies, and College of Arts & Sciences  
  • Mar
    1
    JWST 201 Lecture Series "Crossing Borders"
    Mar. 1st, 12:20 PM to 1:10 PM
    206 Alison Hall West
    This lecture series is offered by the Jewish Studies Program. It may be taken as a one credit course (JWST 201: Issues & Ideas in Jewish Studies) and can be taken as Standard Grading or Pass/Fail. Please direct inquiries to Hillary Neben (hneben@udel.edu). Dr. Yda Schreuder | Department of Geography; University of Delaware "Port Jews and the Dutch Golden Age"  
  • Mar
    1
    ARSC300 Issues in Global Studies Lecture Series "Global Digital Cultures"
    Mar. 1st, 12:20 PM to 1:10 PM
    Recitation Hall 101

    Spring lecture series of the one-credit core course in the Global Studies minor This lecture series is offered as a Pass/Fail course or a free public lecture. Each week features a lecturer from a different discipline speaking on topics related to Global Digital Cultures.

     

    Tibor Tóth | Public Policy & Administration

    “Minority Language Activism: Social Media & Beyond”

     
  • Mar
    2
    "Conflict Music"
    Mar. 2nd, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
    Bayard Sharp Hall
    UD Master Players Concert Series
    "Conflict Music"
    On Thursday, March 2, from 6 to 8 p.m. in Bayard Sharp Hall, a free-of-charge (sign-up required) “Conflict Music” event co-sponsored by the UD Center for Global and Area Studies will feature many of the guest artists of the March 4 iMusic X concert in a zero-distance conversation with a small audience about their experience of making music with musicians from a conflicting state or region. The artists will also demonstrate their musical instruments as a special preview of the concert. During these presentations, food from the regions or countries of the guest artists will be served.
    Please use this form to sign up and be prepared to show your ID at the check-in table when you arrive.
    Mr. Wu Tong, the Grammy-winning Sheng (Chinese mouth organ) master and folk singer of China Magpie and Yo Yo Ma's Silk Road Ensemble, will be featured on iMusic X is a guest artist of the UD Artist in Residence Program under the direction of Professor Colin Miller.
    This concert is co-sponsored by the UD Center for Global and Area Studies under the direction of Dr. Cynthia Schmidt-Cruz.
     
  • Mar
    8
    JWST 201 Lecture Series "Crossing Borders"
    Mar. 8th, 12:20 PM to 1:10 PM
    206 Alison Hall West
    This lecture series is offered by the Jewish Studies Program. It may be taken as a one credit course (JWST 201: Issues & Ideas in Jewish Studies) and can be taken as Standard Grading or Pass/Fail. Please direct inquiries to Hillary Neben (hneben@udel.edu). Dr. Adam Gregerman | Religious Studies; St. Joseph’s University To Grasp the Outstretched Hand?: Modern Jewish Responses to Changing Christian Theologies of Judaism  
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  • Issues and Ideas in Jewish Studies
    Crossing Borders - Spring Semester 2017

    ​This lecture series is offered by the Jewish Studies Program. It may be taken as a one credit course (JWST 201: Issues & Ideas in JewishStudies) and can be taken as Standard Grading or Pass/Fail. Please direct inquiries to Hillary Neben (hneben@udel.edu).


    Wednesdays 12:20 - 1:10 pm in 206 Alison Hall West

  • Issues in Global Studies
    Global Digital Cultures

    ​The relatively recent concept of global digital culture encompasses a wide variety of transnational communications activities and transactions including social and political activism, criminal and antisocial movements, design and infrastructure, information warfare and cyber-security, data mining and representation, gaming and virtual reality, and commerce. Digital platforms allow us to communicate and interact far beyond national and regional boundaries, profoundly changing the character, impact, and reach of daily human activity.  

    Please direct your inquiries to Prof. Persephone Braham (braham@udel.edu)

    Wednesdays 12:20 - 1:10 pm Recitation Hall 101

  • Study Abroad/Global Studies Fair
    Spring 2017

    ​Thursday, February 23

    Trabant MPR ABC2:00-4:00 pm

    Come see information on all our area studies!

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