Friday, March 22 to Sunday, March 24
Due to economic development and globalization, cities continue to grow with predictions that 70% of the world’s population will live in urban areas by the year 2050.
100 Porter Hall, Carnegie Mellon University
Sunday, March 24
The first Kenyan film to screen at Cannes & banned in its home country, RAFIKI bursts onto the screen with fresh energy.
McConomy Auditorium, CMU
Coming at a moment of profound political and social crisis, WHAT IS DEMOCRACY? reflects on a word we often take for granted.
City of Asylum
Monday, March 25
International Day of Remembrance of Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade: Meditations on Historical Truth-Telling
For over 400 years, more than 15 million men, women and children were the victims of the tragic transatlantic slave trade, one of the darkest chapters in human history.
330 (African Heritage Room) Cathedral of Learning
Make your application stand out from the rest. Attend this workshop to learn how to browse Volunteer openings, find the right program, and strengthen your application.
Student BPHIL/IAS Global Studies Defense: An Exploration of System Justification in China: Public Opinion on Air Quality
Alyssa Martinec (senior, Political Science/BPHI/IAS/Global Studies) will defend her thesis on the global phenomenon of populations accepting environmental problems as an externality of economic dev
Tuesday, March 26
Urbanization is at the core of the global economy today.
This panel discussion will feature Eni Lestari, Chairperson of International Migrants Alliance, and Natividad Obeso, President of the Association of United Migrant and Refugee Women in Argentina.
We supply the coffee and cookies, you supply the questions, insights, and perspectives on contemporary global issues.
4217 Posvar Hall
Wednesday, March 27
Student BPHIL/IAS Global Studies Defense: Oppression, Activism, and the Political Participation of Indigenous Peoples: Case Study in Yucatán, Mexico
Kristen Gugerli, (senior, Political Science, BPHIL/IAS/Global Studies) will defend her thesis exploring the history of indigenous peoples around the world, and how this has influenced the current r
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