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Middlebury Institute: In the Center of Critical Issues

Join Middlebury Institute Center Directors as they discuss today’s vexing world problems of race relations, domestic/global terrorism, climate change, and nonproliferation. ?Includes Q&A session. Sponsored by the Gerry Taylor Seminars Endowment Fund.

Due to COVID-19, our speaker series format will take place online via Zoom for fall 2020. Free to attend.

Fall Schedule:

-September 9th, 1:00PM - 2:00PM PDT, Center for Conflict Studies with Professor Pushpa Iyer

“Pandemic, Protests, and Politics: Prospects for Peace”

-October 14th, 4:30PM - 5:30PM PDT, Center on Terrorism, Extremism, and Counterterrorism with Professor Jason Blazakis

“Delving Into the Extremism of White Supremacy: Who are They, What Do They Want?” 

-October 28th, 12:00PM - 1:00PM PDT, Center for the Blue Economy with Professor Jason Scorse

“The Ocean Climate Action Plan: Turning Ideas into Advocacy”

-November 11th, 4:30PM - 5:30PM PST, James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies with Professor William Potter and student Aubrey Means

“The US-Russian Nuclear Predicament: Are We Doomed to Cooperate or Simply Doomed?”

For more information and to register: go.miis.edu/worldviews

Where

Virtual MIIS

Contact Organizer

Linae Ishii-Devine
lishiide@middlebury.edu
831-647-4100