Kick off your FLEFF week at Buffalo Street Books for a Sunday March 25 reading with authors Naeem Inayatullah and Sorayya Khan, curated by Barbara Adams, Writing.
The Dept of Politics is now offering a Minor in International Politics. The minor involves 7 courses / 21 credits and is made up of international studies courses in the Politics Department.
For specific requirements check out this pdf file: /hs/depts/politics/docs/major/internationalminor.pdf
If you are interested, contact Chip Gagnon, Chair of the Politics Dept, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Zillah Eisenstein, professor of politics, traveled to Jakarta Indonesia to participate in meetings dealing with Indonesian women's changing lives in the global economy.
She also spoke as part of a cultural program at Komunitas Salihara, January 11, 2012, and shared her talk, "Gender Trafficking from the Bronx to Jakarta". www.salihara.org
Zillah Eisenstein, professor of politics, delivered the keynote address to the National Australian Women’s Studies Association meetings, in Adelaide summer 2010.
The talk “Audacious Feminisms” is now published and available in Australian Feminist Studies, 2011, at http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/08164649.2011.621174 .
Professor of Politics Naeem Inayatullah gave a keynote talk “Impossibilities: Building on Failure,” as part of a symposium on "Civic Education, Diversity, and Democracy," at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, November 8, 2011.
Two IC students, Lily Weiner (politics) and Kristin Fairorth (exploratory) also participated in the day long symposium.