The Illinois State University Fall 2021 International Seminar Series, A New Normal in a Global Context, will be each Wednesday from September 1 through November 3, 2021.
Seminars will address the current state of U.S. foreign policy, the world economy, and public health. Faculty coordinator for the series Dr. T.Y. Wang said, “As the world works to recover from the effects of COVID-19, prominent scholars are invited to examine issues that are significant in this ‘new normal.’”
The September 8 event will feature Dr. George Hall of Brandeis University presenting “Paying for Three World Wars: The First, the Second, and COVID-19” at noon in the Prairie Rooms of the Bone Student Center.
The October 6 event will be 7-9 p.m. as a joint offering with the Hibbert R. Roberts Lecture Series, featuring Dr. Cara Wong of the University of Illinois presenting “National Identity and Racism in an Era of COVID-19: The Case of Asians and Asian Americans.”
Find the full schedule here. All university COVID measures in effect at the time of the event will be followed. Those interested in the in-person events are encouraged to register early, as seating is limited.
Advance registration is required for each event. All events are free and open to the public.
This series is a collaboration between the Office of International Studies and Programs and the Department of Politics and Government. The International Seminar Series has become one of the most popular internationally focused events on ISU’s campus and continues to provide international perspectives on critical issues around the world. Those who have questions about the event or who need accommodation to participate fully should contact InternationalSeminar@ilstu.edu, or call 309-438-5276.