Monday, November 28, 2016

Nov 30: A World Gone Mad?  The U.S. Elections and Global Change 

University of Minnesota Driven to Discover
International Center for the Study of Global Change

ICGC Special Event 

               Wednesday November 30, 2016
                                  4-6pm
                        1210 Heller Hall
                

A World Gone Mad? 
The U.S. Elections and Global Change 

Panelists: 
August Nimtz, Department of Political Science 
Greta Friedemann-Sanchez, Humphrey School of Public Affairs
Vinay Gidwani, Department of Geography, Environment &                      Society
Ragui Assad, Humphrey School of Public Affairs
                       

           Moderator:
Barbara Frey, Director, Human Rights Program

What can we learn by placing the 2016 U.S. elections in global context?  This discussion will consider perspectives from other world regions experiencing political movements and struggles with parallels to the US case, including Egypt, India, Colombia and South Africa. Panelists will consider the local and global dimensions of change.

Free and open to the public

Co-sponsored by the Human Rights Program

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