""INSIDE COUNTRIES: SUBNATIONAL RESEARCH IN COMPARATIVE POLITICS" BY RICHARD SNYDER
November 16th @ 12pm (422 North Hall - Ogg Room)
Free and Open to Public
Richard Snyder is a faculty fellow at the Watson Institute and a professor in Brown's Department of Political Science. He received his MA and PhD in political science from the University of California, Berkeley, and his BA in social studies from Harvard University.
CUBA IN THE XXI CENTURY: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
November 17th @ 10am-12pm
Rm 8417 Social Sciences
Join us this Friday for a special panel. We have the pleasure of having the seven following panelists: Michael Martin (UW Milwaukee), Henry Heredia (Juan Marinello), Martina Kunovic (UW Madison), Ernesto Dominguez (U. de la Habana), Patrick Iber (UW Madison), Anju Reejhsinghani (UW Stevens Point), Seida Barrera (U. de la Habana). The topic for this event is Cuba and the challenges and opportunities it faces in the 21st century.
November 17th @ Anderson Auditorium (Predolin Humanities Center - Edgewood College
Doors Open @ 6:30 p.m. and event begins at 7:00 p.m.
http://www.newyearbaby.net/project-summary/ This is the first documentary directed by a Cambodian-American woman about her family's surivival."New Year Baby shines a powerful compassionate light on a dark period in history few of us know enough about and nothing will move you like the resilience and extraordinary courage that this documentary reveals."
Co-sponsored by the Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Edgewood College and UNA-USA Dane County Chapter.