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Dr. Chandrika Kaul will be visiting The University of Iowa for two related lectures Oct. 20-21.
Topic of lecture: “‘An Imperial Village’: Communications, Media and Globalization in Modern India”
Date/time: Wednesday, Oct. 20, at 3:30 p.m.
Location: E256 Adler Journalism Building;
The UI African Studies Program cordially invites faculty, students, and the general public to a mini-reception on Monday, October 11, 4:30-5:30pm, in UCC-2520D (Old Capitol Mall, 2nd floor).
The “Images of the Muslim World” series continues this month with a lecture, “Why is Abd el-Kader Relevant Today?: the Legacy of an Algerian Leader of Anti-Colonial Resistance and Namesake of Elkader, IA,” on Tuesday, Oct. 12, from noon to 1:30 p.m. in 315 Phillips Hall. The lecture will be presented by Kathy Garms and John W. Kiser.
Garms is the Iowa coordinator for the Abd el-Kader Education Project and Kiser is the author of “Commander of the Faithful: the Life and Times of Emir Abd el-Kader (1808-1883): A Story of True Jihad.”
The UI African Studies Program’s fall Baraza series will begin Monday, Oct. 11, with a lecture entitled “Oil, Ethnicity and Religion: The woes of a blessed nation in the face of outright political ineptitude,” presented by Sunday Goshit of International Programs. The talk is from 12:30-1:30 p.m. in 2520D of the University Capitol Centre. All Baraza lectures are free and open to the public.
A new film series from the University of Iowa Obermann Center for Advanced Studies will allow audiences to explore the history and meaning of slavery practices through a variety of documentaries, feature-length films and personal accounts by filmmakers.
The first screening of the “Slavery in Global Cinema” series will be Thursday, Oct. 7 with “Adanggaman,” a historical drama depicting warfare and slavery in 17th century West Africa. All films will be shown at 7 p.m. in Room 2520D of the University Capitol Centre and are free and open to the public.
Note: This course is already filled.
Workshop in Natural Disasters and Public Memory in South Asia
(152:125: SCA Topics In Global Health)
October 7-9, 2010
International Programs Commons room 1117 (University Capitol Centre)
University of Iowa
The 2010 Obermann Humanities Symposium, “Causes and Consequences: Global Perspectives on Gender and the History of Slavery,” will bring a variety of scholars to campus Wednesday Oct. 13 through Friday, Oct. 15. The scholars will explore slavery and gender and how their two complex histories have intersected in a range of time periods.
U.S. Rep. Dave Loebsack will share his foreign policy views during an Iowa City Foreign Relations Council (ICFRC) “political tailgate” at 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 2, in Room 2520-D in the University Capitol Centre, on the second floor above Express.
This lecture continues the ICFRC’s long election-year tradition of inviting political candidates from every party to speak with the public.
Produced by International Programs at the University of Iowa, WorldCanvass® explores topics that are international in scope and central to our understanding of ourselves as part of the global landscape.
WorldCanvass Studio, a mobile version of the University of Iowa International Programs’ monthly radio and television program WorldCanvass, will feature Eliza Griswold, author of “The Tenth Parallel: Dispatches from the Fault Line Between Christianity and Islam,” at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 29, in the Iowa City Congregational Church. The event is free and open to the public.