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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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Alumni
International Studies alumnus, Yusuf Ahmed '16 shares his experience working in Iraq and Jordan for the past two years.
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Sara Abou Rashed ’20
Student News
Sara Abou Rashed ’20 traveled to Athens, Greece, to attend the Athens Democracy Forum, convened by the New York Times.
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Workshops & Info Sessions
Come to the Languages, International Studies, Global Commerce and Area Studies Majors Kick Off for info about internships and degrees.
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group photo of faculty
Recent department news, awards, and senior research topics.
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War Crimes
Student News
"Crimes against humanity, war crimes and acts of genocide are all crimes that fall under international jurisdiction," says Jilly Fox '19.
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Gary Baker with award
Brickman Teaching
Professors Gary Baker has been honored with the Charles A. Brickman Teaching Excellence award.
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Lectures & Discussions
Interested in Global Health? Come chat with Trishna Desai!
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Lectures & Discussions
The International Studies department hosts a student-led panel on “What it means to be a Central Asian student in a U.S. school".
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Lectures & Discussions
Celebration of Asia continues with a talk on "Post-Sovient Transtion In Central Asia" by Dr. Morggan Liu which will be moderated by Zarrina Juraqulova.
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Kurak
Lectures & Discussions
A Celebration of Central Asia is set to include a textile exhibit, panel discussion, student-led panel and multiple lectures: all free!
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Workshops & Info Sessions
An International Studies Major includes off-campus study, a language concetration and more. Find out details on Thursday March 8th at 4:30pm.
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Film Screenings
The 13th Annual Human Rights Film Festival includes screenings of Stop Over and Born in Syria.
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Film Screenings
Denison's 13th Annual Human Rights Film Festival includes 5 moving documentaries selected by the International Studies Committee.
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Film Screenings
The 13th Annual Human Rights Film Festival kicks off on Tuesday February 6th with a showing of Gaza Surf Club.
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Student News
Global snapshots by International Studies Majors, Thursday November,7 pm-8 pm Fellows 305.
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Students at refugee awareness week 2016
Service & Awareness
Refugee Awareness Week - A week dedicated to humanizing the refugee experience.
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Lectures & Discussions
Higley Auditorium 105 on Th Oct 26 from 4:30 - 6:00pm
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Lectures & Discussions
Dr. Xiao Jiang and Dr. Sohrab Behdad of Economics present "Is Mercantilism Passé?" as part of the Global Studies Seminar.
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Ignatius Sancho
Faculty
Associate Professor of English, Diana Mafe, will teach a new study abroad course in Bath, England, that focuses on the black Atlantic.
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Lectures & Discussions
"Germans Go to the Polls: Analyzing the Impact of the 2017 Elections for Europe and Beyond."
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