2023-24 Past Events

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    United for Ukraine 2024

    A Beneficiary Showcase of Ukrainian Resilience through Art

    This third annual event celebrates the culture and resilience of the nation of Ukraine with music, poetry, film, and more.  Featuring the New York Crimean Tatar Ensemble, with a parade of performances by the Middlebury College Choir, the student band Chapel Hill, Middlebury College’s Ukrainian students, and other special guests. Admission is free, and information about donating to Ukrainian relief organizations will be provided.

    Mahaney Arts Center, Olin C. Robison Concert Hall

    Open to the Public
  • The Declassification Engine: What History Reveals About America’s Top Secrets

    The Rohatyn Center for Global Affairs presents Matt Connelly, professor of international and global history at Columbia University, and co-director of its social science research center, the Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy. Connelly is also the principal investigator of History Lab, a project that uses data science to analyze state secrecy, with a focus on intelligence, surveillance, and weapons of mass destruction.

    Robert A. Jones '59 Conference Room

    Open to the Public
  • White Supremacy and Global Accelerationism

    The Rohatyn Center for Global Affairs program on Security and Global Affairs presents “White Supremacy and Global Accelerationism” by Amy Cooter, Director of Research, Academic Development, and Innovation (RADI) at CTEC, MIIS.

    Robert A. Jones '59 Conference Room

    Open to the Public
  • Contemporary Russia Through a Diplomat's Eye

    Diplomat Thomas Leary served in Russia at two very different periods: 1999-2004 and 2015-2019. His first term there came during the growing decline in U.S.-Russian relations and the difficult aftermath of Russia’s 1998 financial crisis. By the time Mr. Leary returned to St. Petersburg as U.S. Consul General in 2015, the freeze between the two countries was deepening because of Russia’s illegal annexation of Crimea. Meanwhile at home Russia had become both much more prosperous and more authoritarian.

    Robert A. Jones '59 Conference Room

    Open to the Public

Rohatyn Center for Global Affairs
Robert A. Jones 59 House
148 Hillcrest Road
Middlebury, VT 05753