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International Seminar Series to focus on local and global environments

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The International Seminar Series offers the Illinois State University campus and the Bloomington-Normal community weekly opportunities to learn about a wide range of international topics. Guest speakers are experts in their fields across a range of disciplines who cover a wide array of cultural, historical, political, and social topics.

The Spring 2020 series will focus on “Local and Global Environments in Conversation.” The talks, which begin January 22,  are free and open to the public and occur every Wednesday from noon-1 p.m. in the Bone Student Center. A free buffet lunch is included, and time is provided for audience questions and answers. This is a “Zero Waste” event.

Upcoming events include:
January 22
Old Main Room, Bone Student Center
“Bridging Disciplines: Global Environments Past and Present”
Assistant Professor of Philosophy Eric Godoy, Illinois State University
Assistant Professorof History Keith Pluymers, Illinois State University

January 29
Old Main Room, Bone Student Center

“The Living Moon: Observing Lunar Change from the Age of Exploration to the Space Age”
Associate Professor of History Dagomar DeGroot, Georgetown University

More details will be updated on the Office of International Studies and Programs website as they become available.

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This is a “Zero Waste” event.

 

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