Friday 4/3/15 12:15pm
“Fixing the Everyday: Fascist Visions of Modernity in 1930s China”
An International and Global Studies Colloquium by Maggie Clinton, Assistant Professor of History, Middlebury College
Friday 4/3/15 4:30pm
“Anatomy of Kuduro: Body, Space, and Power in Postcolonial Angolan Music and Politics”
A lecture by Marissa Moorman, Associate Professor of History, Indiana University, Bloomington
About the Center
The Rohatyn Center for Global Affairs (RCGA) promotes Middlebury's goal of advancing global understanding that radiates from a core linguistic and cultural competency.
RCGA works with a faculty committee to create co-curricular programming that expands opportunities for students and supports faculty in their teaching and professional development.
Each year, RCGA holds a number of signature programs and events, including:
- Lectures by distinguished scholars and professionals
- Annual symposia and colloquia
- Annual conferences
- A student internship program
Students and faculty are encouraged to apply to host an event by filling out an event proposal form. At the beginning of each academic year, RCGA issues an annual report covering the Center's activities for the prior academic year.