Speaker: Allison Witt, Teaching Associate Professor in Global Studies in Education and Program Leader for the International Education Administration and Leadership program at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Date: 3/31/2021 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM – Central Standard Time
Rather than returning to pre-pandemic normal, Higher Education must reexamine strategies for internationalization. This discussion examines previous models of internationalization to consider how socially unjust neoliberalism has infected practices. In this moment, higher education must radically reimagine the practice and possibilities of internationalization for responding to the generation of students who know that they live in a deeply connected, unjust world and need strategies to live in it.
Sponsor: Center for Global Studies, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
On June 15-18, 2021 the Faculty of Global Studies, Lomonosov Moscow State University will hold the 7th International Scientific Conference “Topical Issues of Global Studies: Global Development and “Limits to Growth” in the 21st century”
The Conference will discuss topical issues of global studies and will provide the results of the work of the interdisciplinary scientific and educational school of Lomonosov Moscow State University “Mathematical methods of complex system analysis”. The Conference is dedicated to the 60th anniversary of the first human space flight, as well as to the memory of Arkady Dmitrievich Ursul – one of the first researchers of global problems and processes:
The main topics of the Conference are related to the scientific heritage of A.D. Ursul:
- Philosophy of Space Exploration
- Philosophy of Information
- Social Informatics
- Noosphere Studies
- Evolutionary Globalistics
- Educational Globalistics
- Space Globalistics
- Noosphere-oriented Theory of Sustainable Development
- Global Development
- Futurology, etc.
Due to the coronavirus infection pandemic (COVID-19), we, unfortunately, do not know when the borders of Russia will be open for all countries, thus, we suppose that our foreign participants can take part at the Conference online via Zoom. Stay safe and be healthy!
To participate in the Conference please submit an application form and abstracts by filling in the electronic form on the conference website.
Global Studies Center- University of Pittsburgh
Lecture: 26 February 2021 12 pm EST . To Join: https://pitt.zoom.us/j/92072279330
Many Americans, including most commentators in the mainstream media, have tried to make sense of the events of January 6, 2021, in terms of US racism, QAnon, and Trumpism – as a distinctly American phenomenon. Those are of course crucial parts of the story but treated in isolation from global processes, that story is incomplete and dangerously misleading.
This panel will explore the urgency of situating the Capitol Insurrection in a broader historical and transnational framework highlighting the complex dynamics of empire and colonialism, global white supremacy, militarized and racialized policing, and neoliberal capitalism.