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Free public lectures
Fragility of States

This course has a new room as of Sept. 8, 2017. Now meeting in 005 Kirkbride!

A one-credit Pass/Fail course as well as a series of free lectures, Issues in Global Studies has focused on such themes as Global Digital Cultures, The Politics of Global Food & Health, Capitalism & its Global Entanglements, and Diaspora & Transnationalisms. This semester, The Fragility of States examines why failed and failing states - from Somalia to Syria and beyond - are destabilizing and unraveling. Why, even in advanced and developed states, is governance failing?

Led by Prof. Muqtedar Khan, Political Science & International Relations and Islamic Studies, lectures start September 7 and continue on Thursdays from 12:30 - 1:20 pm in 005 Kirkbride.

Download a pdf of the lectures here. Details are also found on our events calendar.

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