SDWAC Annual Meeting

Dr. Evren Wiltse, SDSU Assistant Professor of Political Science, US-Turkey Relations April 27, 2018 5:00 p.m. South Dakota State University Research Park More information will be available soon!

Senegal’s “Creative Class”: Intersections of Cultural Production, Political Engagement, and Social Change

Senegal’s “Creative Class”:  Intersections of Cultural Production, Political Engagement, and Social Change Dr. Molly Enz Monday, March 19, 2018 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Wooden Legs Brewing Company Dr. Molly Enz is Associate Professor of French and Coordinator of the Global Studies program at SDSU. She will discuss her research in and perspectives on Senegal following her recent…

China Fulbright Experience: Dr. Mary Jo Lee

China Fulbright Experience Dr. MaryJo Lee Monday, March 12, 2018 Wooden Legs Brewing Company Dr. MaryJo Lee will discuss four classical studies of life in Chinese villages. Dr lee recently completed Fulbright studies in China and is a long time student of Chinese culture.

A Symposium on Global Mass Violence & Atrocities

Dr. Evgeny Finkel, professor of political science and international affairs at George Washington University, representatives of the Stanley Foundation and individuals who can give firsthand accounts of mass violence and atrocities in their home countries will gather to speak about the growing incidents of mass violence and atrocities which force millions to seek refuge. Thursday,…

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