Events that RCGA sponsored or cosponsored.
Polarization and Persuasion in American Politics
Lecture by Joshua Kalla, associate professor of political science, Yale University. Cosponsored by RCGA Program on Global Trends in Autocracy and Democracy.
ALL IN: The Fight for Democracy
Screening cosponsored by the RCGA Program on Global Trends in Autocracy and Democracy.
Paradise Lost: Nagorno-Karabakh's Quest for Independence from Aspiration to Exile
Lecture by Artyom Tonoyan, visiting professor of global studies, Hamline University.
Ending Impunity: The International Criminal Court at 25
Lecture by Toby Fenwick ‘95, professor, Cambridge University Institute for Continuing Education. Sponsored by the Rohatyn Global Fellows Program.
Engaging Community Health Workers in Global Health Policymaking through Reality TV Competitions
Lecture by Svea Closser, associate professor of international health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Sponsored by the RCGA Program on Global Health and Medicine.
Lecture by Togzhan Kassenova, fellow with the Project on International Security, Commerce, and Economic Statecraft at the Center for Policy Research, SUNY-Albany. Sponsored by the RCGA Program in Global and International History.
The Value of the World Trade Organization in a World of Geo-Economic Fragmentation
Lecture by Robert Koopman, Hurst Distinguished Professorial Lecturer, School of International Service, American University. Sponsored by the RCGA Program on Power, Wealth, and Global Political Economy.
Challenges to Sustainable Development: Chinese investment in Gambia
Lecture by Mustapha Manneh, journalist, China Dialogue Trust.
Touchability, Untouchability, and the Politics of Meat
Lecture by Lucinda Ramberg, professor of sociocultural and medical anthropology, Cornell University. Sponsored by RCGA Program in Global Health and Medicine.
Composition Across Borders: Finding a common language between music, dance and continents
Lecture by Matthias Krüger, doctoral candidate, Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg/Germany.
Are Payments for Ecosystem Services a Win-Win? Evaluation and Adaptive Management in Mexico
Lecture by Katherine R.E. Sims, professor of economics and environmental studies, Amherst College. Sponsored by the RCGA Program on Global Economics.
Policing Empires: Militarization, Race, and the Imperial Boomerang in Britain and the US
Lecture by Julian Go, professor of sociology, University of Chicago. Sponsored by the RCGA Program on Global and International History.
Effects of Technology and AI on Inequality
2023 International Politics and Economics Symposium.
Contemporary Russia through a Diplomat’s Eye
Lecture by Tom Leary, former US Consul General in St. Petersburg.
White Supremacy and Global Accelerationism
Lecture by Amy Cooter, director of research, academic development, and innovation (RADI) at the Center on Terrorism, Extremism, and Counterterrorism; Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey. Sponsored by the RCGA Program on Security and Global Affairs.
Turkey at 100: Democratic Politics and Foreign Policy under Erdogan Rule
Panel with Fuat Keyman, director of the Istanbul Policy Center; vice president for institutional affairs and social impact, and professor of international relations at Sabanci University; and Atila Eralp, senior fellow at the Istanbul Policy Center; senior fellow at the Center for European Studies; emeritus professor in the Department of International Relations at the Middle East Technical University, Ankara. Sponsored by the RCGA Program on Global Trends in Autocracy and Democracy.
The Declassification Engine: What History Reveals About America’s Top Secrets
Lecture by Matthew Connelly, professor of international and global history, and co-director of the Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy, Columbia University; and principal investigator, History Lab. Sponsored by the Rohatyn Global Fellows Program and the RCGA Program on Global and International History.
United for Ukraine 2024
A Beneficiary Showcase of Ukrainian Resilience through Art.
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