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Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

South Asia Program

12:15 pm

Uris Hall, G08

Talk by Aman Luthra (Geography, George Washington University)

Similar to many countries around the world, recycling in Indian cities is sustained by a large population of informal workers who collect, transport, and trade in recyclable materials to eke out a meager living. One group of workers in this sector…

Southeast Asia Program

7:00 pm

Klarman Hall, Rhodes-Rawlings Auditorium

Before the Go-Go’s or the Riot Grrrl movement, there was Fanny, the first all-women rock band to be signed by a major label, record five albums, and tour internationally. Championed by David Bowie, Bonnie Raitt, Joe Elliot and others, Fanny defied the “isms” through undeniable talent. In 1987 June Millington, with…

Institute for European Studies

10:00 am

Uris Hall, G08

IES Graduate Fellows Research Symposium – April 20, 2024

Light breakfast: 10am.

Panel 1: Collective Action and Politics (10:15am-11:30am)

Counter-Propaganda, Social Ties, and Autocratic Resistance: Evidence from Radio Free Europe (Frances Cayton, Government)

Image ethics in worship in…

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

East Asia Program

Southeast Asia Program

South Asia Program

9:30 am

Kahin Center, 640 Stewart Ave

The panels will delve into women’s roles in effecting change across Asia through everyday practices of food production, handling, preparation, and consumption. This interdisciplinary and transregional approach will open new windows on the ways in which women—which we see as a heterogenous category, intersecting…

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

South Asia Program

10:30 am

Warren Hall, B73

The future of work is hot. Literally. Unpredictable seasons, droughts, floods, warming temperatures, rising seas, and a host of other climatic factors are changing what work is, what it means, and what it does to the body. These effects are unevenly felt across geographies, forms of difference, and inequalities.…