Events in UCIS

Tuesday, September 25

12:00 pm Lecture
Did Prussia have an Atlantic History? The Partitions of Poland-Lithuania, French Guiana, and Climates in the Caribbean, 1760s-1790s
Location:
3703 Posvar Hall, History Department Lounge
Sponsored by:
European Studies Center along with Department of History and Early Modern World Intiative
12:00 pm Lecture
Did Prussia have an Atlantic History? The Partitions of Poland-Lithuania, French Guiana, and Climates in the Caribbean, 1760s-1790s
Location:
3703 Posvar Hall (History Department Lounge)
Announced by:
Center for Russian and East European Studies and European Studies Center on behalf of
2:00 pm Lecture
Let's Talk Africa
Location:
4130 WWPH
Sponsored by:
African Studies Program
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A presentation by Victoria Nalongo, Founder & CEO of Bright Kids Uganda Victoria will be discussing the war in northern Uganda and the impact the war has had on children and communities. Why has the war gone on for almost 20 years without any end in sight? Victoria will talk about the causes and contributing factor to the continuation of the war as well as identification of potential opportunities for bringing peace to the region.