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Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

Southeast Asia Program

8:00 pm

Virtual

Part of the Ronald and Janette Gatty series

Sittithep Eaksittipong, Lecturer, Department of History, Chiang Mai University

In this talk, I propose the exploration of the social and political lives of G. William Skinner and his classic, Chinese Society in Thailand, in American, Thai and Chinese…

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

Latin American Studies Program

12:00 pm

Virtual

Abby Córdova will present a chapter of her book project entitled, “Violence against Women and Political Participation in Contexts of Criminal Violence.” In this chapter, she explores one of the three central questions of her book: How does criminal organizations’ territorial control exacerbate female residents’…

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

Latin American Studies Program

12:00 pm

Virtual

Professor Maximo Langer will analyze Penal Abolitionism and Criminal Law minimalism, and what these two different frameworks entail for studying criminal justice systems. Then, he will address how these frameworks relate to criminal justice systems in Latin America: what can American penal abolitionists and…

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

Latin American Studies Program

3:00 pm

Virtual

Mexico-U.S. migration flow is the largest sustained movement of people between any two nations. Existing work focuses on income differentials between the two countries as the main reason underlying migration. Our work shows climate change, bilateral trade, and border enforcement policies to be critical – and…

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

Comparative Muslim Societies Program

3:00 pm

Virtual

Our CMS seminar today will be led by the curator of the Middle Eastern Collection in Olin Library, who will be hosting us to see precious objects in the library's collection about Islam. We have many world-class books, some of them centuries old, which show the history and evolution of Islam over a long…

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

Southeast Asia Program

12:40 pm

Virtual

Part of the Ronald and Janette Gatty series

Anissa Rahadiningtyas, PhD candidate, History of Art and Visual Studies Department, Cornell University

On a scattered typed up notes for an article or a talk in English, Ahmad Sadali (1924-1987) expressed his observation on the conditions that hindered the…

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

East Asia Program

3:30 pm

Virtual

Reading Adultery in the Criminal Records of Late Chosŏn Korea

Jisoo Kim, George Washington University

CCCC is a reading group for students and scholars with an interest in premodern Sinographic text.

All are welcome, at any level of experience with classical Chinese. Please email us to register…

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

Latin American Studies Program

12:00 pm

Virtual

Drug cartels in Mexico have openly attacked mayors and local party candidates, as part of their strategy to develop subnational criminal governance regimes. Political vulnerability, afforded by intergovernmental partisan conflict, and political opportunities, opened by subnational elections cycles, are causally…

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

East Asia Program

4:30 pm

Virtual

Speaker: Miki Kaneda, Music, Musicology, Boston University

What can graphic musical scores tell us about sounds yet to be heard, as well as the stories that may be told about their creators and their worlds? This talk examines two exhibitions of graphic scores, both held in Tokyo in 1962. Miki Kaneda offers…

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies

11:30 am

Virtual

Peace and Conflict Studies Institute Reading Group for December 10.

Rebecca Hester, Assistant Professor, Department of Science, Technology, and Society, Virginia Tech will join us for a discussion of “The somatic-security industrial complex: theorizing the political economy of informationalized biology,”…

Past Events

Event videos from our webinar series can be found on the Webinars page.


Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

7:00 pm

Virtual

Excitement – and anxiety – about the 2020 election ratchets higher with the release of each new poll and prediction. But polls don’t tell the whole story and many forecasts in 2016 were proved wrong: what can we expect this year?

In “Between the Polls: How Voters Decide,” experts will examine how we learn…

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

East Asia Program

4:30 pm

Virtual

Speaker: Emily T. Yeh is Professor of Geography at the University of Colorado Boulder

Abstract: Although infrastructure is conventionally thought of in reference to human-designed systems such as railroads, pipelines, tunnels, and ports, landscapes, and nature itself are also increasingly being understood as…

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

Institute for European Studies

3:00 pm

Virtual

This panel is organized to bring together museum directors, curators, architects, and scholars to comment on the recent discussions on repatriation and restitution as a form of reparation to colonized and looted lands.

While museums in Europe and North America have occasionally returned objects to their…

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

Latin American Studies Program

12:40 pm

Virtual

In recent years Brazilians have demonstrated a sudden and newfound tendency to change their racial identifications and adopt nonwhite (and especially black) identities. I argue this sudden change can be attributed to state-led educational expansion for lower classes, which has increased their personal exposure to…

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

12:00 pm

Virtual

Immigration and border security are signature policy areas for the Trump administration and central to the upcoming U.S. election. From immigration enforcement, to the public charge rule, to F-1 duration of status—find out where the candidates stand and what may be at stake for you.

Professor Stephen Yale-…