IB Seminars 2003-Present

Fall 2008:

  • Race and Ethnicity in Democratic Citizenship, November 12, 2008, 12:00pm-2:00pm; Speaker: Jane Junn, Political Scientist.

 

  • Representations of Race and Ethnicity in Visual Art, October 1, 2008, 1:00pm-3:00pm; Hartman Lounge; Speaker: Nari Ward, Visual Artist.

 

Spring 2008:

  • Midwives to Warriors: Women and Work in the Middle Ages, April 2, 2008; Speaker: Martha Driver, Historian, Pace University, NY

 

  • "No, A Grand-dog Isn't Good Enough":  The Gender Role Revolution and its Implications for Adult Daughter-Mother relationships, February 20, 2008; Speaker: Deborah Carr, Sociologist, Rutgers University, NJ

Fall 2007:

  • Transnational Perspectives on Gender and Slavery: Courtesans in Nineteenth-Century Bengal, November 28, 2007; Speaker: Gunja SenGupta, Historian, Brooklyn College-CUNY

 

  • Gender Stereotyping and Motherhood in the Workplace, October 29, 2007; Speaker: Elizabeth Haines, Social Psychologist, William Paterson University, NJ

Spring 2007:

  • Peacemakers in Action: Profiles of Religion in Conflict Resolution, April 25, 2007

 

  • Exposing Men: The Science and Politics of Male Reproduction, April 18, 2007; Speaker: Cindy Daniels

Fall 2006:

  • Lawyers, Drugs, and Money: The Role of Academic Institutions in Biomedical Innovation and Access, October 4, 2006; Speaker: Josephine Johnston, Associate for Law and Bioethics, The Hastings Center, Garrison, New York

Spring 2006:

  • Missing the Trees for the Forest: Post- Colonial Globalization, Ecuadorian Style, February 15th 2006; Speaker: Dr. O. Hugo Benavides, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Latin American and Latino Studies and International Political Economy and Development, Fordham University

 

  • Globalized Exchanges: Art Works or Cultural Products?, April 12th 2006; Speaker: Dr. Vera Zolberg, Professor of Sociology, New School for Social Research

Fall 2005:

  • Liberation Theology's Critique of Globalization, November 9, 2005; Speaker: Paul E. Sigmund,
    Professor of Politics, Princeton University

 

  • Owning English:  Filipinos, the Colonized Tongue and Globalization, September 21, 2005; Speaker: Bino A Realuyo, Filipino Writer

Spring 2005:

  • Globalization, History and the Politics of Reconciliation, February 16, 2005; Speaker:
    Dr. Elizabeth Cole, Senior Program Officer, Studies and Education, Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs

 

  • Globalization, Nationalism, and International Law, April 13, 2005; Speaker: Dr. Nathaniel Berman, Professor of Law, Brooklyn Law School

Fall 2004:

  • Globalization, Reproductive Rights and the Family, September 22, 2004; Speaker: Dr. Robert Franceour, Professor Emeritus of Human Sexuality and Embryology, Fairleigh Dickinson University

 

  • Globalization and Refugees, November 10, 2004; Speaker: Mr. Mian Qadrud Din, Former Chef de Cabinet, United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA)

Spring 2004:

  • Globalization and Sexualities, March 10, 2004; Speaker: Dr. Arnaldo Cruz Malave, Department of Modern Languages, Fordham University

 

  • Globalization and the Media, April 21, 2004; Speaker: Dr. Awam Amkpa, Tisch School of Arts,
    New York University

Fall 2003:

  • Women's Rights in a Global Society: Palestinian and Israeli Perspectives, September 17, 2003; Speakers: Dr. Rabab Abdulhadi, Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality at New York University; Dr. Orly Lubin, University of Tel Aviv, Israel

 

  • Globalization and Religious Fundamentalism, November 12, 2003; Speaker: Dr. Rupal Oza,
    Department of Women's Studies, Hunter College, CUNY

 

 

 

 

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