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Panel Discussion: “Breaking the Mold in 2012: New Tactics for Young People’s Political Action” Thursday, April 26, 4:30pm  PAC 001 The panel will be about new ways of organizing and the influence of young people’s participation on the election of 2012, as well as the benefits of working with and outside the two-party system. Participants:  Dan […]

You are invited to attend the symposium on the “North Africa Spring” on Friday, March 2nd. The symposium will run from 2pm – 5.30pm at the Russell House (including a reception after the event). It will feature two speakers. Leonardo Villalon, a political scientist at the University of Florida, will speak on “Spring Storms Across the […]

The Wesleyan Forum for International Development  Saturday, February 18, 2012    9:30 am – 5 pm Check-in table at 41 Wyllys. Attendance is free. No registration is required. Come and go as you please. Free breakfast, Iguanas Ranas lunch and book for those who arrive by 10 am.   Come engage in a dialogue about what works and what doesn’t […]

Please join us on Friday, October 7, 2 pm – 5pm for the FGSS 2011 Annual Symposium “Confronting Gender Violence: The Personal and the Political,” to be held in Usdan 108. Panelists will include: Professor Cynthia Enloe “Wartime Violence Against Women: What Do Soldiers’ Rapes of Women ‘Over There’ Tell Us About Rape Here at […]

  The Wesleyan International Relations Association invites you to its 2011 Conference, “Deciphering Pakistan and US-Pakistan Relations” organized in collaboration with Wesleyan South Asian Studies Faculty and Wesleyan Pakistan Flood Relief Initiative. The conference includes panel discussions, a key note talk,  a sufi-rock concert by Junoon and a movie screening of Ramchand Pakistani.  FREE TO […]

Please join us on Friday, October 7, 2 pm – 5pm for the FGSS 2011 Annual Symposium “Confronting Gender Violence: The Personal and the Political,” to be held in Usdan 108. Panelists will include: Professor Cynthia Enloe “Wartime Violence Against Women: What Do Soldiers’ Rapes of Women ‘Over There’ Tell Us About Rape Here at […]

The Wesleyan International Relations Association (WIRA) would like to announce its plans for its prospective inaugural International Relations conference. WIRA plans to hosts International Relations Conferences annually, focused on a different region of the world each year, to give Wesleyan students, faculty, administration and community a chance to hear from specialists on the specific region. […]

Come experience the College of the Environment’s inaugural think-tank on the topic: Vulnerability of Social, Economic and Natural Systems to Environmental Stress. Reports by Bryan Bannon (College of the Environment), Jeremy Isard (College of Social Studies), Helen Poulos (College of the Environment), Dana Royer (Earth And Environmental Sciences), Phoebe Stonebraker (Biology) and Gary Yohe (Economics) […]

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