Join us Nov. 15 for a Reception to Launch the Global Studies Program

All are invited to the launching reception of the new global studies program on Thursday, November 15. A brief presentation of the new program, followed by a reception, will take place from 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. in the Campus Center’s Multi-Purpose Room.  This event is sponsored by the Department of World Languages and Cultures … Continue reading Join us Nov. 15 for a Reception to Launch the Global Studies Program

“Ambivalent Europeans” Lecture Scheduled for Oct. 11

The Exploring Interdisciplinary Global Studies Project will host a lecture by Dr. Marina Mikhaylova, Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Temple University, on Thursday, October 11. Dr. Mikhaylova will present, “Ambivalent Europeans: Global Processes Through the Lens of Youth Projects,” which will examine the challenge of studying transnational processes and highlight Dr. Mikhaylova’s approach that considered … Continue reading “Ambivalent Europeans” Lecture Scheduled for Oct. 11

Join us for a Lecture about Globalization on Sept. 26

Dr. Román de la Campa, Edwin B. and Lenore R. Williams Professor of Romance Languages  at the University of Pennsylvania, will present the free lecture, “Is Globalization a Promise or a Threat?” on Wednesday, September 26.  Dr. de la Campa will attempt to periodize globalization and discuss it as an epochal concept that charts both … Continue reading Join us for a Lecture about Globalization on Sept. 26

Join us Sept. 13 for a Panel Discussion on Child Separations at the Border

On Thursday, September 13, the Department of Philosophy and Religion and the Exploring Interdisciplinary Global Studies Project will host a panel discussion regarding legal, international, psychological, and historical issues raised by the recent news of refugee and migrant children being separated from their families at the southern border. The faculty panelists include: Dr. John Wall, … Continue reading Join us Sept. 13 for a Panel Discussion on Child Separations at the Border