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20231030_Ethical International Engagement: The Role of the University

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20190723_SCT_Daphne Brooks

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20190708_SCT_Alexander G. Weheliye

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09. Erik Porath, Text & Bild

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03. Alan Beyerchen, Kluge & Clausewitz

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IES Migrations Series: Family Separation Lessons from Europe's Past

Europe has a long history of family separation, which includes both violent immigration control and advocacy against these discriminatory practices. In this panel, scholars who have researched…

From  Pamela Hunsinger 28 plays

Session 17: Public Sector Labor Relations General Issues

2018-04-10 00:00:00+00

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ORIE Colloquium on 4/7/2015 - William Thomas: Why Post-World War II OR Theory Developed So Rapidly

The fifteen years following World War II saw the development of a wide range of theories of decision making and resource allocation. Notable fields arising from slim foundations included: sequential…

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Ezra's Round Table/Systems Seminar - Anu Ramaswami: An Integrated Infrastructure-Systems Approach for Developing Environmentally Sustainable and Healthy Cities in China, India & U.S.A.

Cities would not function without infrastructures (defined broadly) that provide water, energy, food, shelter, waste management, transportation/connectivity and public spaces to more than half the…

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IES Migrations Series: Crossing the Mediterranean: Migration, Death, and Culture

In AY 2017-2018, the Institute for European Studies launched the IES Migrations Series which conceptualizes the migration of not only people, but also images, words, ideas, technologies, objects,…

From  Pamela Hunsinger 78 plays