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Jackson School series on 'Trump in the World' in Fall quarter - no registration necessary

Submitted by Stephen Dunne on September 29, 2017 - 11:20am

We are now opening up this series of talks to all students


Attend any or all of the talks without registering for JSIS 478 A

Due to the success of our Spring quarter series on ‘Trump in the World: International Impacts of the Trump Presidency’ we have organized a sequel, with a new series of all-new ‘Trump in the World’ talks in Fall quarter.

All talks are by Jackson School faculty.

If you are interested in learning more about the international implications of the Trump administration’s policies, sign up for the series, come to the talks, and earn 2 cr (CR/NC).

Attendance and sign-in at all talks is required to earn credits.

Course information: (you can register now!)

JSIS 478 ATrump in the World – A Series of Talks and Discussions on the International Impact of the Trump Presidency

Moderator: Professor Resat Kasaba, Director of the Jackson School

Mondays 4:30-6 pm

Kane Hall 110

SLN 16869

List of speakers and topics:

  • ·         Mon Oct 2:  Professor Daniel Bessner:  Trump and the World - A Historical Perspective
  • ·         Mon Oct 9:  Professor Joel Migdal:  The Middle East and Israel
  • ·         Mon Oct 16: Professor Kristian Coates Ulrichsen:  Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the Gulf
  • ·         Mon Oct 23: Professor Tony Lucero:  The US-Mexican Border
  • ·         Mon Oct 30: Professor Sunila Kale:  India
  • ·         Mon Nov 6: Professor David Bachman:  China
  • ·         Mon Nov 13:  Professor Yong-Chool Ha:  The Korean Peninsula
  • ·         Mon Nov 20: Professor Sara Curran: The International Climate Regime
  • ·         Mon Nov 27: Professor Glennys Young:  Russia
  • ·         Mon Dec 4:  Final Panel Discussion and Round Table