The Department of Political Science’s International Relations Speaker Series event “Will Iran’s Feminist Revolution Succeed?” scheduled for Wednesday, February 22, 2023 has been postponed to a later date. We will plan a future discussion to include an inclusive panel of speakers representative of Iranian people who will bring diverse perspectives to the topic.
Historically, this Speaker Series has been well received, and we look forward to its continuance. We value the exchange of ideas, thoughtful disagreement and debate, and civil discourse. As an inclusive community, we will not encroach on the rights of others, either as individuals or as groups, and will never fail to respect our differences.
- 29MarDigital Conspiratorial Memory of the USSR’s Dissolution: CIA, Zionists, and Other Suspects, featuring Daria Khlevnyuk
- 29MarLecture: Ukrainian vs. Syrian Refugees: Double Standards in the Common European Asylum System
- 29MarWhen the Model Minority Fails: A Discussion of Pedagogies of Woundedness & Passing for Perfect
- 29MarEnvironmental Drivers of Facilitation and Antagonism: Implications for Forest Populations, Communities, & Biodiversity
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