What's Happening

Film Screenings
Four films have been selected for this year's Human Rights Film Festival. Hosted in-person and virtually from Mar. 18 to Apr. 8.
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Film Screenings
Ten Years to Arab Uprisings - Denison's First Annual Middle East Film Festival
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Workshops & Info Sessions
International Studies will hold an info session to detail the courses and requirements of the major. Join faculty and fellows in Slayter or online!
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Mehmet Ates
Film Screenings
Filmmaker, activist and teacher working with Syrian refugees in Turkey will share his documentaries and will interact with professors via Zoom.
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Departmental Fellows
The International Studies Committee is proud to announce the new Fellowship Awardees!
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Newsletters
The 6th Volume of the Intl Studies Newsletter has been published and is available for download. See photos, event posters and more!
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Staff News
Cecil Millen '20 was one of only 11 students to present research at the Human Development Conference at Notre Dame's Keogh School of Global Affairs.
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Doane Admin Building
Denison University announces faculty who have been promoted to full professor.
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Awards & Honors
Caroline Cary '20, an International Studies major, was awarded Denison's President's Medal, the college's highest student honor.
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Student News
International studies major and Spanish minor Julia Tallant '20 has been named a Fulbright alternate.
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		 Sara Abou Rashed '21: 2020 Beinecke Scholarship AwardeeSara Abou Rashed '21
Denisonian Sara Abou Rashed ’21 is a 2020 Truman Finalist and one of 18 students nationwide to be awarded the prestigious Beinecke Scholarship.
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Richie Huang
Alumni
Since graduating from Denison, Richie Huang '13 got his MBA at the Kellogg School of Management and started at Apple.
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Stafford in Morocco
Denison University is among the schools with the highest number of Peace Corps volunteers for 2020.
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Sara Abou Rashed '21
Sara Abou Rashed's one-woman show, "Map of Myself," premieres in Philadelphia.
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Accept the Call still from film
Film Screenings
Four films will be shown each Thursday in February as a part of the annual Human Rights Film Festival.
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Drag Scene
Student News
Socially conservative Serbia might not seem a natural stage for gender-bending performance artists, but Monica Starr '20 finds a burgeoning presence.
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Usman Gul '13, co-founder & CEO of Airlift, raised Pakistan’s largest seed money package within six months of launching his company.
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Lectures & Discussions
A round-table discussion moderated by Professor Yang (Denison University) with Guest Speakers from Kenyon College and University of Notre Dame.
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Lectures & Discussions
The international studies department will host panel discussions, a philosophical reading, and music & dance performances related to Africa.
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Announcements & Updates
Enjoy international cuisine with Denisonians during Flavors of the Globe, campus-wide potluck lunch, while also learning about global opportunities.
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Sara Abou Rashed
Sara Abou Rashed '21 came to the U.S. in 2013 from her war-torn homeland. Today, she inspires audiences through her writing and her one-woman show.
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Senior Capstone Class
Newsletters
The 5th Volume of the Intl Studies Newsletter has been published and is available for download. See photos, event posters and more!
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Sudesh Mantillake performs his work My Devil Dance
Visiting Artists
A week-long Sri Lankan residency brings dancers, scholars and musicians to Central Ohio for a unique opportunity for cross-cultural engagement.
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Lectures & Discussions
Talk given by Jason Busic & Cheryl Johnson (Modern Languages), Simran Ali & Nam Pham (Student Researcher), Denison University
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Film Screenings
This film shows the next evolution in the ever growing challenges of climate change.
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Film Screenings
This film is a moving drama about a young Pakistani woman in Norway named Nisha, who lives a double life.
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Film Screenings
The second Human Rights Film of 2019 combines animation with historical footage to tell the story of the hidden journey of Naila Ayesh in the 1987.
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Film Screenings
Central Airport THF will be the first film of the 14th Human Rights Film Festival. The showing is free and open to the public.
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Lectures & Discussions
Lecture by Dr. Dan-el Padilla Peralta, the author of "Undocumented: A Dominican Boy's Odyssey from a Homeless Shelter to the Ivy League"
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Lectures & Discussions
As a part of the Global Studies Seminars, Sarah Supp presents, “Biodiversity in the Anthropocene: How humans measure and respond to change"
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