Join Faculty from across campus in examining the geopolitics of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

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Four professors from Communication, German, International Studies, and Women’s and Gender Studies will present and explore multiple dimensions of the global event including representations of power and related social, political and economic impacts.

Isis Nusair, Women’s and Gender Studies
“The Local, Regional, and Transnational Dimensions of the FIFA World Cup in Qatar”

Caitlin Miles, Communication
“Live from Qatar: The World Cup as a Global Media Event”

David Bolter, German
“Whataboutism and Political Tit-for-Tat at the 2022 FIFA World Cup”

Chris Crews, International Studies
“Foul Play, Futbol Hooligans, and the Politics of Justice”

All Denisonians are welcome to ask questions during the discussion.

Sideline refreshments will be provided.

This exclusive event is brought to you by the International Studies Program and the Global Studies Seminar Series.


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