Upcoming Events

  • "The Imperial Origins of American Policing"

    The Rohatyn Center for Global Affairs Program on Global and International History presents Julian Go and “Policing Empires: Militarization, Race, and the Imperial Boomerang in Britain and the US.”

    Robert A. Jones '59 Conference Room

    Open to the Public
  • Movie Screening and Q&A with Director: "Israelism"

    To kick of SJP this year, we are screening the new film ‘Israelism’ which takes a deep dive into the growing American Jewish awareness of Israel Apartheid and analyzing the Zionist propaganda mechanisms in this country that try to combat Palestinian activism. The event will be proceeded by a Q&A with the co-director of the film, Eric Axelman, who will be sharing insights into the filmmaking process and advice for advancing the Palestinian cause at Middlebury and beyond!

    Axinn Center 232

    Closed to the Public

Past Events

  • Study Abroad in Uruguay (in the Arts and Beyond)

    Lukas Kühne, a director at the Facultad de Artes at the Universidad de la República in Montevideo, Uruguay, will host a conversation about study abroad at his institution. He is an artist himself, a sculptor who works with sound. More information about Lukas Kühne is available right here.

    The event is co-sponsored by the Associate Dean for the Arts.

    Sunderland 130

    Closed to the Public
  • Image of a flier for a lecture

    The Foretold Story of the Arab Other in Turkish Political Cartoons

    By placing ethnicity at the center, this talk focuses on the stereotyping of Arabs by the Ottoman intelligentsia, first and later by the populizers of the Turkish state discourse from the sixteenth to the mid-twentieth century.

    Robert A. Jones '59 Conference Room

    Open to the Public
  • Map of central Europe

    Ukraine, Russia and US Foreign Policy

    Matthew Rojansky will discuss the current state of the war in Ukraine and take questions from the audience.

    Robert A. Jones '59 Conference Room

    Open to the Public
  • Calligraphy Demonstration and Workshop

    World-renowned calligrapher Masako Inkyo will be giving a calligraphy performance based on Oborozukiyo from The Tale of Genji.

    Mahaney Arts Center Lower Lobby

    Open to the Public
  • An image of the US Capitol building

    State Power and Gender Identity

    How does the state shape gender identity? Florence Ashley, drawing on their legal scholarship in Canada, explores how state power is used to regulate gender expression and presentation. Florence is the author of Banning Transgender Conversion Practices: A Legal and Policy Analysis, which was published by UBC Press in 2022.

    Please click right here to join this webinar.

    Virtual Middlebury

    Open to the Public
  • Book covers of 'The Wandering' by Intan Paramaditha and 'The Memory Police' by Yoko Ogawa

    Conversations in Translation: Two Translators Discuss Their Work

    This event will place in conversation two high profile translators of Asian novels. Stephen Epstein, translator of The Wandering by Intan Paramaditha, and Stephen Snyder, translator of The Memory Police by Yoko Ogawa will discuss their work as professional translators of novels in Asian languages. Epstein, Director of the Asian Languages and Cultures Programme at Victoria University in Wellington has translated multiple novels from Korean and Indonesian to English.

    Axinn Center 229

    Open to the Public



Matt Martignoni IGST 2021-2022 Thesis Aware Recipient

Congratulations Matt Martignoni, for being selected as the 2022 winner of the International Global Studies Award!

Awarded to the graduating senior who, in the judgment of the Rohatyn Center for Global Affairs Advisory Committee, has written the best senior thesis in the area of international and global studies, broadly conceived.


IGST Cecilia Needham Award Pic 2022

Congratulations Cecilia Needham, for being awarded funding from Middlebury’s Senior Research Project Supplement and Hoskin Family Fund to support research on public health in Haiti for her senior thesis work, “How NGO & State Interactions Influence Public Health Outcomes.”

IGST 2022-23 Kellogg Fellows

Rain Ji ‘23 (IGST, Middle East & North African Studies)
Hitting Below the Belt? Official and Youth Perceptions of the Belt and Road initiative in Jordan

Mira Vance ‘23 (IGST, Global Gender & Sexuality Studies)
The Body of a Nation: Ableism and Constructions of Masculinity Through Primary School Education in Modern China


Recordings of Past Events

Reproductive Justice NOW – Juana Gamero de Coca 2022 Day of Learning

April 26, 2022
4:30–6:00 PM ET